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Publisher. OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PARTY IK '.THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TEPvMS S1.23 Per Asnum, In kinm, $1.25 per year. smii VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FIUDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1892. compared with his. If ho appeals to the record so do I, and it is fair all round to do so. lint if I had whatever, ho is the no record last man to talk of records in that office, or say any man's candidacy is a joke. Yet ho and his organ say the interest of the State would bo safe only in Ins hands, yet from tho record, to which ho appeals, it appears that the welfare nnd interest of neither State or of e$ stale are salo in his And his candidacy for any hands. public trust is more than a joke, is a farce, nn insult to common integrity, and brazen impudence, unless ho should live so long that tho Ilinton will case with its verdict of his con demnation, its record of fraud, deception and professional malpractice, becomes either a tradition in tho minds of men or fades from living memory into a doubtful tale. If tho ghost of Dover Ilinton could ariso "It could a tale unfold whose lightest word Would harrow tip thy Houl freeze thy young blood. Make thy" two eyes like stars start from their spheres; Thy knotted and combined locks to part And each particular hair to stand on land off tho tiact upon which I now reside, being alljof said tract, except one hundred ncres oil tho West side, nnd said one hundred ncrcs thereby Harriot Mosely, sister of will to William Mosely, deceased, and of the Harriet Mosley above rolcrred to, and E. K. Mosely said laud to ho owned by said E.Iv.Mosloy jointly, and my hoii30 and lot in the town of Greenville, Muhlenburg county, Ky., I desiro to bo sold by my executor herein, after mentioned and tho proceeds or distributed to the widow and I heirs of Win. Mosely, deceased. hereby appoint J. Edwin Kowo my executor to carry into eilect tins will and givo I him (authority to sell tho property in Greenville, Ky. a3 he deems best nnd to give deed of conveyance to sanio to tho purchaser. This tho 23th day of April, in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and eighty-threHar-raictnnp-plie. NO. 13. into his hands tho estato of tho said decedent, but ho has in violation of iiis duty neglected to return an inventory thereof, and if ho sold tho pors3iiality,ho has also failed to return a sale bill thereof. Tho person- lity amounted to tho sum of and tho said Kowo is called upon to stato the various articles with tho value thoreof. Thoro woronlso ilobts duo to tho said docedant iu notes and accounts, which also wont into the hands of said Rowe, nnd which ho has collected and ho is asked to statu tho debts with amounts & etc which ho has collected upon them, Tho said Dover Ilinton, ownod real estate and ns part thereof, a house aud lot iu Greenville, Muhlenburg county, Kentucky, and this tho said Kowo sold, receiving therefor tho Ho has novor setsum of $000. tled his accounts as such Executor and has violated tho tonus of his bond as aforesaid, by failing to return appraisement nnd sale bills of said estate, and nlso in failing to pay over aud distribute tho said estato to tho Thoro uoro no debts Plaintiff. against tho said estate and the said executor retains in his hands and refuses to distributo tho assets aforesaid or.any part thereof tc uicl plaintiffs. They say,tho said Dovor Ilinton died childless, novor having, been married. His father died before him, so of his brothers and sisters, but tho- latter left descendants, who nro his heirs at law as follows, namely: Hero follow, a long list of names of tho hoirs of II. D. Hinton, cacti class entitlod to ono seventh of tho estate. mx PEECHOFE.P.NEJM. Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney On Republican Ticket. NIGHT AT PLEASANT RIDGE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 15, 1892. Fixi.ow Cm.uxs: In what I may have to say for your consideration, the nhii'c ami ridicule heaped upon ineaiid my candidacy DyMr. Kowe and hi organ, the Hurlford Herald, render it more personal than ordinarily the canons of good tuetu frcuni to res ipiiro. Hut, when a candidate, ns Mr. Kowo has done, seeks by his' own selection, u race by contrast and com. parison ol records and pa-- t conduct, professional and otherwise, there is ll on choice for me but to defend and answer in the kuiic manner, my-ce- ofsaid petition to be read. It was an error to admit any testimony .showing in which 1 am iiailcil. My oppo- nent, Mr. Kowo, is somewhere, tonight, speaking derogatorlly of me. of which I am not ashamed, but end." He began to do so upon the suggestion ami below 1 have not hud all of Mr. Kowe's to be elec- am to mime extent proud, , ofinyselfas asuitable'person Mr. Kowo thought about it at one record copied because there is so ted Commonwealth's A Homey, in time. much of it that human life is too short fad. before I became a candidate. Kocktoiit, Kv., Sept. 28 1802. and fees for copying would cost me all In the editorials of the Hartford Her day the money I will make for tho next ald, his oarmaiks are visible, as they Thi" is to certify that on the his t'.itn.ii'L'd all over of May, 1S8SI, I wanted J. K. Kowo live years, either as a farmer, lawyer are veihalini ' I ibis District, lie, and tho-- o who have to bring a wilt for me in the Ohio or Commonwealth's Attorney. Slack and omit the numerous instances in which -' Circuit Court against reached, or tieoiileiilly occupy po-ilions ol place and power, have what he was inn state ol delirium tremens he issued on Guardian anil executor's I pass by those in which his have not, access to the public ear, with bin eyed and face pounded into a bonds, against jelly and was unable anil unlit to e sureties plead nonedfactwn, that is into which they pour poi-o- n bv statements of ridicule as laNc tend to it. Ho said he would get I'', they never signed tho bond nor anyone to do so.I simply take and misleading as they ur unjust P. Xeal to attend to it for him, one memorable instance brought Repeating what Howe siiring me that Mr. Xeal would brutal. To the Herald, which I might say in rend tr it as well as he could.and Mr. about by his being nn attorney. passing, ulwas did abu.-- c and villify Xeal did kindly favor .Mr. Kowe by get the long contemplated deliberateM. V. Ca.mitiixd. ly executed, deception and well nigh mo, thank Cod, and I trust it will diiugsi. it it should compli- - j Ky., Sept. 28, 181)2. successful robbery, before you fully, 1Ki:.stih, keep it up. lor I present the testimony of an imporThis is to certify that on the lnenl me in any way or approve of any thing I might say or do, 1 would ,rty 0f January 181)2. I in company tant witness which explains it nil: was doing ujt', Xeal passed the residence conclude at oiicj that Koui).-vtM.i- :, Ky Sept. :10 '!)2. ( jt jj. nttu Jlw, Kowo, wife very wrong, it say a that something :u 1, S. P. Koby, hereby certify that I Well, I 0f .). 1 Rowe, stopped Mr. Xeal say-aI have had but few cases'. was a witness for the contestants in the ,, ,.ii ,.,d a letter from Mr. Rowe, satisfied with the number of oases case of D. G. Ilinton et al against that I have had. I have had about f:,yiiiglhut if she saw Mr. Xeal to tell J. E. Kowe, Executor el als in , ()0j. niter Ins Mr. Kowe'slaw as many n Kowo would have had, had , the Ohio County Circuit Court and to attend to them in his ab. tho best of my recollection I testified he not been under the oaro of K. D. t.n.w Walker. Mr. Kowo ha no law olliee. sence, as Mr. Walker was gone. as follows: That Kowo had spoken Hu stay with Mr. Walker and where Jo.vatiIan 15. Wilson. to me several years before of his prosthey stay is so poorly furnished that it My life, I am free to admit, has pects in life, of his opportunities to can scarcely be called an olliee ut all. not been free from blunmake money. Being elated over just Ho has been acting :n a lawyer in ders, but none of wrong motives or having made an unusual feo in tho Mr. Walker had faith or dishonor. many cases beeau-- e county as a lawyer, spoke of how old his clients to permit liim to do asked There is something more required man II. D. Ilinton hail fallen into so when clients really did not care to of him who aspires to positions of pub his hands, who wanted Kowe to athave him, and in this way he liguied lic trust than to havo had opportutend to the collection of notes, etc., no that practice in nities. The question is how has ho the fees for which w oulJ amount to young lawyer would have. used the opportunities? How good or $")() nnd spoke to Kowe about writing People acipiire a knowledge ol the bad has he done iindei the circum his (Ilinton) will. He further stated celebrated lawyers all over thier sec- stances: lias lie shown intelligence, that the will could ho so written, tion of the St He, ami you did not integrity and industry and is he capathat it would be in phraseology, which know that there lived in theSlatesueh ble and worthy of other and better would pas-- - in court, so as to dispose n great lawyer as Jake Kowo, until opportunities? If I am not as suita- of the property, as Kowo desired, nnd the Democratic ble for Commonwealth'!' Attorney, as tho contest for the old man, aged, infirm nnd igno-nomination l.egan, and Would not he ought to be, I can say something rant of the terms and jargon of tho have ki own it then, if you had not which he cannot: My life has been a law, would not really understand, and hoard Mr. Kowo say so himself. Ho busy, studious, not an idle, wasteful to his (Kowe's) explanation Mr. Ilinsays I am not a lawyer in good one. I havo made but little except ton would agree and Mr. Kowe himfaith. Well, what sort of a lawyer what I made by toil on tho farm. self would be custodian and executor is he who, although a lawyer, is not Xcvcr tried to speculate. Sought no of the will and have some tenants of a lawyer in good faith, is a question advantage of weakness in bargains or old man llinton's whom ho (Kowo) Judgo Massie asked the other day, to And, notwithstanding, could manage and control, to uttest trade which Mr. Cully answered, that it repeated blows of adversity, I havo tho will.andasa result of all of which, was a man with the license and the withheld from no man his just dues. a large share of the large estate would right to practice law, who would re- 1 never gave an ollieial bond as Mr. fall iuto the hands of J. E. Kowe. fuse a case. Tried by that test.or law, Kowo has done, but no man ever went Kowo nnd myself were drinking to I inn a lawyer in good faith for 1 my surety, who would not do so again, some little extent and I paid but litnever refused a case. There is an- and I feel I can bo as safely trusted tlo attention to it at the time and other lawyer who is not a lawyer in with the olliee wo seek as if like him, thought but littlo about it, until tho good faith, who is a lawyer tintruo to 1 had been upon an uproarous, hilaIlinton will case nroso as I at first, his clients and therefore not a law- rious and a protracted drunk for the I regarded it as the idle, vaporing a last down years. yer in good faith, because he-iMore than a dec- and reckless talk ot a young lawyer lawyer in bail fath. On this last test, ade has he spent in extravagance, witli vain and false expectation in I say Kowo is not a lawyer in good waste, deception and fraud. S. P. Koiiy. life. faith and tho records prove it. In Ho says I am too young. old Dover Hinton died Well, poor My license to practice law is signed this ho ignores tho law, which settles E. Kowe presented and 0. X. Pendleton, tho question of age and it says I and J. by K. S. Todd will to tho Ohio County Court of the Owonibnro har and approved am old enough and qualified. When for By probate. It Was probated. by Judge Littlo, and I am as well James K. Polk ran tor the first time, its terms and provisions you seo how satisfied with it and am ns iiroud Barreuger, old Congressman, nn truo Kowo was to tho designs ho of niy license as if signed by Jake said ho was loo young. Polk answet-c- d confided to Koby, Here is tho Kowo himself, or as he prefers to ho that ho "was 29 years of ago and rejected will, ot which the would be styled, J. Kdwiu Kowe, but as a wit if a fool at 2D ho was bound to bo n exccutor,is the present would be Comof Ohio county, some years ago styled fool his wholo God blessed days.'' It monwealth's Attorney. him, more appropriately, as you fa. is a subject of common remark that In the name of God amen. inilinrly know, his name, is Jacob K. where young men of capacity havo Wiii'iti'As, I, Henry Dover HinKowo, "tho windy man from Hartbeen nuulo Commonwealth's Attor ton being of sound mind mid disposfortune, ford." Ho 1ms had the good ncys or Judges, they havo done better and recognizing that it is to ho pushed forward when over it fa- than others. Kufus K. Williams was ing memory appointed unto all men one day to apportunity olfers.hy his vorable on the Bench ol Kentucky Court of die, do innko this my last will ami leadE. D. Walker, Appeals, at tho closo of tho war ho desiro that after my death ing criminal lawyer at tho Hartford was defeated for by Win. testament,! all my just debts shall ho paid and tho when a Lindsey, a young lawyer licensed hnr. Ho had a good start, nni af-tyoung niaiifin life. Many outstretched ly 8 years, the last four of which ho residue of my pcrsotul property I will nnd bedebts, paying my have extended him aid, spent in the Confederate army. He hands and without which, ho would long was much of an improvement over queath to Harriet Mosely. Idcsiro nnd do hereby will to Win. H. Mosely sinco havo fallen to riso no more, by Williams. Williams had become of his fnilnro to npprcciato hid cranky in his views and Lindsey was fifty acres of hum oil' tho East sido of reason opportunitic3,and stand alone. Nono capable; a lawyer by intuition. Hut my tract, bought by mo from Commissioner's sulo of this was my good fortune, and if I am not saying 1 nm equal to Polk to havo.lo hold sanio forever with feo, showing I could not mako a better or Lindsey, nor do 1 say Kowo is tho witli it than my friend Kowo, I am equal of Judge Williams innnyway, simple titlo free from tho claim nf his mother, Susanah Tooly, or his stepglad I had to get along without it. except u much greater crank. and I also Geo. Tooly, father, Ho says, I livo in tho country, anil Mr. Kowo went to tho record of the givo to said Win. II. Mosely, tho hoes tobacco and Ohio Circuit Clerk's olliee, got a certhat no man who digs potatoes can know .my law. I tified copy of tho extent of my prac-ti- co tract of land; known as tho Neitmaii tract, and oil tho samo tract as above fall to sco tho dillcreneo in living in in that court and began to fay stated and lying joining ubovo tract, So what tho country, sober and my candidacy was u joke. to hold said land as stipulated in so far as study is conceuied, and in a tho record shows for both of us I am ho 1 do reforonco to tho first tract. town.Hosays that 1 havo willing that initio therein, email county humbooks and no law oflico. It was ble and limited as it may he, hereby will to Harriet Alosloy, widow no Daniel Webster who .said: "Costly yet, an fionorablo ono, shall bo of Win. Mosely, four hundred acres of ' 1 at-mas-a' nt-sa' 1 . I I aiKiratiM ami spondid cabinets have no power to make scholars." I "free lor any one to look at the hooka anil furniture of Kowe, in Walker's olliee, if lie has any, and compare tliem with wliut 1 have at home. If I have had no favorable opportu-tie- s to win mo practice, do not need the and shall reproach or ridicule no one who has not had them. My life him been a busy one, to study some, and make a living in the country. Although I never missed a , crop in my life.scarcely a neighborhood, or a in my have a clientage in 1 wheat-threshingroud-worki- Henry D. x Hinton, iicirk. ' Attest: W. T. G. K. Sanders, J. Edwin Kowi:. State of Kentucky Set. County of Ohio. May term 1883: I, T. J. Smith, Clerk ofOhio County Court do cerlast foregoing .tho that tify will ami testament of II, D. Ilinton, deceased, was this day produced in open court and duly proven by tho oaths of W. T. Bennett, G. It. San-deand J. Edwin Kowe; subscribing witnesses thereto and thereupon tho same was ordered to ho probated aud recorded which is done. Witness my hands this 7th day of May, 188U. T. J.S.Mmr.C. O. C.C. By S. W. KntiiY, D. C. A copy attest: W. G. IlAiimvick'.C. 0. C. 0. By A. T. Xall, D. C. As seen by the provisions of this fraudulent will J. E. Kowe had property to go to those who were uot related to his client, Ilinton. Ho hiuu. self was true to his contcplatcd design, Upon tho custodian and executor. trial of an appeal from the owler of probate it was set aside nnd the paper under which Rowe sought to usurp the duties of an executor was declnred to have been the result of Rowo's deception and fraud aud not tho last Here is the will of H. D. Hinton. judgement: Bia-Nirrr, is , ill- - what had become of llinton's estate or ns to whether it had been sold or any part thereof and if so, as to Tho whether it brought ils value. court erred in admitting the testimony that tho land devised to Harriett Mosely, widow, and Harriett Mosely, spinster, and E. K. Mosely was sold for S'JOO, or that that sum was less than its value. Tho court erred in admitting testimony, showing what had been done with the Greenville property or tho Hinton house and lot in Greenville as to what it sold for or as to what was done with tho proceeds. in Tho al. erred court lowing tho testimouy of Harriett Mosely to the eilect that of tho property that had been willed to them (the Devisees) that sho had not tho wrappings of her finger or any testimony as to how much of the property the Devises still had was objected at the time it was offered to be given. It erred in admitting testimony that J. Edwin Kowe had sold a farm or any part of a farm to the Devisees under said will, or to any one of them or as to what the value of said farm was or as to what was paid for it." Tho Court erred iu allowing the testimony to be admitted, as to J.Edwin Kowe's having said iu 1878orl87'J,that ho was tho Attorney for II. D. Hinton, and that he, Ilinton, was an old bachelor aud had no kiufolks living iu this state and that ho had a set around him that were trying to get his property ami that Ilinton was going to make a will and that it would bo a proper thing for him to remem ber his Attorney iu said will. That it was an error of the Court iu admitting the tcstiuiony.showiiig that Kowe said to E. C. Hubbard some 3 or 4 years ago, that old man Hinton wanted him (Rowe) to write his will of that if he (Hubbard) would go in with him they could make a good thing of it. X Wulker, for propounder. he seen By tlu's it will that to Kowe's scheme Mr. Hub-har- d refused to be a party. Ho said to Kowe: longing to said Ilinton, hut say on tho contrary that Defendant himself was largely indebted to said estntc, both for money brrntced and had received that for a number of years prior to said llinton's death, being nn old man, feeble and iu his dotage, Defendant had him completely under his thumb and that he got hold of largo emus of money belonging to him cither at the time he prepared the will or at other timrs had access to and got possession of valuable papers belonging to said cstato none of which have ever been accounted for. They charge that Defendant got possession of largo sums of money that this ring, Dave Tucker, nnd others, got possession of largo quantities ot timber from said Ilinton and continued to get it from land owned by his estate after his death and that tho Defendant got tho proceeds and has never accounted for same. , "f Deny that in good faith, or as directed by said txcallcd will, that he sold said Greenville property or paid tho proceeds to said Mosely, or as set out therein. They suy that in bad faith nnd with knowledge of the con tcst.nnd utter ho had advised his said Devisees that there would ho one.and to dispose of what cstato they claimed under said paper for tho fraudulent purpose aforesaid that lie disposed of snid houso nnd lot to his father-in-laat a greatly inadequate price and all of which was done ns well nUoaethcso-calle- d distribution for the fraudulent purpose of cheating, hindering or delaying them in their right, and nny receipts he may have Tho petition concludes with tho on this subject were obtained by fraud statements "That tho suidDoverllin-to- n and with the fraudulent intent nfort-sai-d. died the owner of real estate in Ohio county, Kentucky, nnd tho same cannot bo divided in kind be:,s .) ly OHIO CIIICOIT COURT. s At ") D. G. Hinton ct" nl, Pl'ff 0 2M I vs. J. E. Kowe, Ex'r &c. Deft ) Law This day this cnuso again camo on for trial, thereupon came tho jurors sworn herein on a former day of this term of court the residue of tho argument was heard and the jurors retired to tho jury room to deliberate upon a verdict mid returned into court with the following vcrdict.to wil: "We, the jury, find that the will claimed as the II. D. Hinton will, the paper submitted t.' us, is not tho Inst will and testament of II. D. J. C. Tuknim." Ilinton. Wherefore it is adjudged by the court that the paper in controversy, purporting to bo tho last will and testament of Henry D. Hinton, deceased, is not tho last will of tho said Hinton, and that tho said paper be canceled and set aside and held for naught. It is further adjudged that thtfeontestants recover ot the J. E. Rowe, Harriet Mosewidow of W. H. Mosely, deceasly, ed, E. K. Mosly and Harriet Mosc-Iy- 's heirs, costs herein expended nnd execution is awarded. A copy attest: W. G. IlAttinvicK--, CTk. By A. T. Xall, D. C. In order to get some littlo of the testimouy upon which this will was set aside, I present n portion of the grounds nnd motion for new trial olfered by tho propounder, ers, "Xo, Jakie, thankful for your kindness shown, I much prefer you flock alone." Rowe thought the court erred iu admitting testimony, but the court thought differently as shown by part of the copy of record viz.: !oiho circuit court. 'J D. G. Hinton et al, Plaintiff An-- f O 2;JG4 vs. peal, J. E. Rowe Ex'r etalDef ) "Also adjudged that the motion for a new trial bo overruled, to which the propouuders excepted." Attest: W. G. Hardwick, Cl'k. By A. T. Xall, D. C. Tho real heirs of Hinton seek to recover in a suit now pending from Kowo anil his sureties and those whom ho made parties to his foul scheme, thoir rapidly wasted and well nigh lost inhoritanco, From that suit tho following significant po'ition unci reply were tnkon. OHIO CIRCUIT COURT. tween tho persons aforesaid without materially impairing its value." A was of said realty portion conveyed by the devisees of said Hinton, under the rojupted will to ono "Wni.T. Bennett, who afterwards conveyed it to M. F. Tichenor, who Xo are mado defendants hereto. titlo passed to them or either of them under the said conveyance. Wherefore plaintiff's pray a settlement of the accounts of said Kowo as executor, for judgment against him for whatever sum may ho found in his hands nnd for a salo of the said real estato and a division of the proceeds between them and for all other just und proper relief. The laud conveyed to said Bennett has been in the possession ofsaid Tichenor, and it has been worth an annual rental of 8 and they pray to recover judgment against him for tho said rent. and follows descriptions Hero Tho petition is boundary of laud. signed by Foglc, Sweeney nnd PenTo dleton, attorneys for Plaintiff. this petition Rowe answered denying soiuo of the allegations as will be seen from the following reply to his nn-sw- OHIO CIRCUIT COURT. s. Win. Hinton et al, Pl'ff ") Peti-v- William Hinton.&c, et al Pl'fT) vs E. Rowe &c Up p'y- - J. E. Kowe, Ex'r ctal Deft ) Eq'ty. J. tion iu Kowe. to-h- onto cmcuiT couirr. D. G. Hinton &c, Pl'lf. J. E. Kowo Ex'r of H. D. Hinton et al D'ft (lltOUNDsl AND MOTION n J FOR NKW TIHAI. "That it was an error to admit the refer, testimony of J. Edwin Kowo-ienco to his having advised the devisee Harriet Mo:cly,thnt sho had better toll tho land devised to her to prevent tho will's being set aside, and that unless sho did sell tho land tho will would bo set asido, that if said statement was mado it was douo in his professional character ns her 'Atty and ho was by law prohibited from testifying in referenco thereto, without her consent and it was an error to admit her testimony us to whother her attorney had advised her to sell said land to prevent tho will being set aside und unless said land was sold that tho will would bo set aside, and nn error to allow her petition vs J. Edwin Kowo or that part of her said petition that stated that said Kowo hadjatlvisod her tho laud do vised to to sell her by II. D. llinton's will to prevent tho heirs of II. D. Hinton from setting asido said will, or any other part Tho Plaintiff's state that some time since, ono II. D. Hinton, departed this life in Ohio couiily,Kon-tuck- y. After his death a paper was offered for probate to theOhioCounty Court, as his last will and tostamont and tho same was probated therein, but tho plaintiff, D. G. Ilinton, in his own behalf, anil that ot tho other hoirs of said Hinton, who were numerous, prosocuted an appeal from tho order of said Court, probating said will to the Ohio Circuit Court, and tho said appeal being tried in said Court, it was ml judged that tho said paper was not tho last will anil tostiimoiitof the said deceased, mid tho order of probate was set usido anil so tlioy say tho said II. Dover Hinton died intestate anil his cstato descended to his hoirs. In tho paper aforesaid tho defendant, J. E. Kowo, was nominated Ex-- ; editor, and ho was qualified as such in said County Court, executing bond with tho defendant, J.P. Kowo, and W. T. Bennett as his sureties, which bond was accepted and approved by tho said Court and is now upon its records, and a copy is filed as part thereof, in which they covenanted that said J. E. Kowo would well and truly administer according to law, tho goods and chat tles,crodits and effects, that might, como into his hands and tho pro-coof tiny salo, and the suits anil profits of any estato which might como into his hands, or any for him, by color of his office, which tho said liim to sell ami will empowered would mako a just and true account: of nil his notions and doings therein and that ho would pay tho legacies and mako a proper distribution of any surplus offeots to tho persons, entitled theroto. They suy thut suiil Kowo, as Executor, as aforesaid, took eds t Do'ft The plaintiffs for reply to answer of J. K. Rowe herein deny that tho paper mentioned as made or executed was the last will ofsaid Ilinton, nor was Deuy that the it so made or executed. said Hinton ut his death had but littlo personal property nnd deuy that lie was iudeht. Deny that said llinton's personal property consist only of two old horses, one or two cows, bed and delapidated furniture all of tho or that nnd cider-mil- l, personal property of said Hinton, wns not wortli exceeding one hundred dollars. They say that Kowe and his said Devisees when they met together took counsel, the ono ot tho other as to how they could the best and most effectually deprive Plaintiffs of their inheritance nnd botli tho said Rowe and his said Devisees well knew that wcro Phuntills aim woulil conwill aud wcro disit-islic- d test the with it nnd thut said Kowo advised them that Phuntills would seek to have it set asido and make away with tho property to defeat them, should this take place, and that tho entire property ho allowed them to tako of said cstato was tho result of defendants wrongs and the outcomo of a collusion between himself nnd his said Devisees in fraud of Plaintiffs Deny that ho berights aforesaid, will, to bo tho lieved the Hinton, said will of lust but say that ho knew that it was not and well knowing thut his said Devisees wero hopelessly insolvent, wrongfully nnd illegally permitted them to tako said property, which is denied being iu their possession, but on the contrary has us Defendant well knows long sinco been squandered, ho consenting by them aud with no intention whatever had snid Hinton owed any debts of ever paying ono cent of them until made to do to. Deuy that there were no notes or accounts b- obed-cloth- Defendant says that ho distributed SoOO and personal property to his Devisees but tho burial clothes and colliu mid funeral expenses seem to bo unpaid and nlso costs of administration. This was manifest fraud. It is uot the reputation nor the history of a clear showing to wind up an estato so promptly and make distribution of the surplus. Ordinary prudence might havo at least persuaded Defendant to havo retained his own fee, did ho have nny, but the fact' is Defendant has rendered no service for said cstato, as Attorney at law, worthSMO Xot interest of or any othcrsum, said estate, but to protect Bennett, and they deny that said estato is liable for any of said claim. "They say whatever legal service- was rendered iu said case was not in mil of said estntc, but to protect Defendcnt in his individual capacity and those that ho had wrongfully mado tho benili-ciariof said scliemo and they deny tho liability of said cstato is indebted costs, or that ho paid to him $ costs or for nnything.or that Defendant nnd counsel retained by him rendered any service in snid appeal worth 8500, or that ho has paid any costs incurcd by tho impounders ofsaid will, hut say tho li fa issued on said judgement for Plaintiffs cost has been returned 'no property' aud that sanio remains unpaid so far us this Defendant is concerned. Wherefore they pray, Ac. Pkndixton, Ac., Attorney. (Continued on 2d page) es Wo readily associate tho names of Corot mid Daubigny, and with reason. Notwithstanding tho twenty years' seniority of tho former urtist thoy wero intinmto friends, sharing many similar aspirations in art, whilo each etill preserved Ins distiuct individuality. Corot was nioro tingcing his works with liii own peculiar poetio fancy. Daubigny, on tho other hand, guvo himself up moro to tho impression of tho moment, endeavoring to express: tho local qualities of form and color in all their brilliancy nnd freshness. Ho did not reach porfection of stylo at tho beginning of his career, but through most devoted study, guided bv tho native- stremrth and origi nality of liio vIowb; nor did this high cpocli of landscape nrt como hastily o or accidentally, but was mado by tho united efforts of many men and niiuds working together during tho first half of our century. Century; pos-sibl- Cornt ami liuulilK'iy. A Mini Horn-- . There nro a number of stories about tho fury of horsed on tho battlefield und occasionally thoy seem to go mad. Ono instance of this was an Arabian horse at Balaklava, which rushed at nn English soldier who happened to bo drawing water, seized him in his mouth and throw him down, and then, kneeling upon, him, toro at his breast ami netually bit off his hand. Before this terror could bo subdued ho bit oft! anothor soldier's finger nnd seriously injured tho votcrinary surgeon of tLo regiment. There was no battlo in progress on tho occasion, but it is highly probablo that n military life and tho attendant excitomont had driven tho horso crazy. Washington Star. A Storehouse and lot in Kosiuo, known as tho Frank Heavrin propApply to J. E. Foglo, erty. Hartford, Ky. For Salo. Old man llintou was lonely and TIio First Fall of tho Marriago dying us if he was the last of all his r HE. race. Around his dying hed, no voice For your goods go to lCnhn's, That is no tumble, my honey; of father, mother or wife, nor that of Ho gives you Till' goods, child, hrother, sister or other relative And you hand him the money. was there to tpcak peace to his partSHE. ing soul; not even n friendly hand Dear me, that's nice and without any was near to wipe the death damp harm, Wo have just received a largo invoice of Ladies Cloaks, from tho from his brow, or eloo his eyes in I do all my tu.diug theie, so don't Ho was in unprincipled nnd death. cheapest grade to tho finest Clonk inado. Wo can fit any lady in Ohio be al.iiuui!; unscrupulous hands, whose only cine It's the best place to bry, wc sa.'e all co'inty, both in sio and price. Remember wo don't intend to carry on for hiln was, as to how soon death we can ' To purchase our baby go, ids i.ext of those Cloaks over, theroforo uvory ono ui'ist bo sohl within tho next e me, that fraud ntnl itcccp- ' year, my dear man. forty hi)s. So conio early and got choice in prieo and quality. tion might the sooner get the benefit of his dying. And from their clutch- -' Notice. S. T. Srnvr.NH, our next Ciieuit The monument of the late W. 11. Clerk, is true Christian gentleman and cs, their was n relicf.but the silence the grave. Royal, Piesidcnt of Ohio County F. in every way worthy of the rotpeet Now.fellow-citizcns- , if Howo was ns it L. U., will be unveiled nt the .Et" Mr. ttdmirati u of our citizens. and treuchetous mid untrue to n helples naville Cemetery, November fi, 18!)2. Stevens admires u good imiu And wo intend to sell them, too. If you don't believe it, just listen tt Appropriate exercises will be conand respects the views of all conli ling, dying client ns is shown by cut prices mid you will see: our the tcMimony of Mcsr. Hoby nnd men on public .ilKiiis and does not THE PEOPLE'S PARTY ducted by Rev. A. B. Smith and Rev. ' Overcoats worth SS.OO for 85.C0 T. H. liulmain, with addresses by itiMilt any citizen, because that citi- Hubbard and the verdict of the jury, us he win to II. Dover Hinton, I Overcoats worth $10.00 for 87.50 zen's ideas tlillcr froai his. Ills canOhio County friends and relatives. All the BrothCommittoo of -erhood are especially invited nnd all vass of the county, and the nice ma want to ask; do you believe that he, Spoaks. Oveicoats worth 815.00 for 812.50 friends. jority he will receive at the polls, as Commonwealth's Attorney, will bo FOK ritlAIDlINT, will be evidence of the truth of the true to the welfare and interest of At a meeting of the People's Party BENJAMIN HARRISON. J.no. J. Smith, foregoing statement. If you want our gieat Commonwealth? I make Committee of Ohio county at Hart-foJ.T. Wallah:, Of Indiana. these statements in regard to Mr. Howe to lie on the winning side and help last Monday for tho purpose of to show that a man with so vulnerable swell the majority of your next 'CirDon't fail to hear the "chip oil of FOR VtCi: I'KKtflDKNT, busit.ess of interest to said fvcuit Clerk, mark b.illot in the in.ill n reord ns himself, should not be so party, it agreed and did pass the the old block", next Monday. WIIITELAW REID, -r But my old lcsolution, showing their posiMpiaie nt the liht of the name of free to criticise others. Of New York. Septimus T. Stevens on the Repub-Mea- n friend, Howe, is nothing, if not critns tion in regard t: a candidate for a In fact he U decidedly caproil c'oxiuit ticket. Polls clone at I o'clock ical. Commonwealth's Attorney, the "Renbe B tious. He says he has spent ninny der Certificate,'' &c, viz: p. m. 0. M. BAHNKTT, days in the service of the Democratic Viii:iu:sf In the past the PeoorOf Oln County. columns are ever open party. To this 1 will say, if he would ple's Party of Ohio county have deTut: to criticisms upon the People's Party, amount to no more before the courts clined to endorse any candidate for so ron circuit .iiiimii: however unfair and undeserved they and juries, as Commonwealth's Attor- Commonwealth's Attorney in this D. L. ADA1K, fro. may he, but when that heel, by its ney, than he has before the voters as a District, thereby leaving the memOf Hum nek County. of an proclainier of the Democratic party, bers of our party free, as individuals, charge?, aroues the roil rOMMONWIHTJl'.S ATTOUM'.Y order like the Farmer's Alliance for he is not the man for attorney, as his to vote for whom they please, and lP. NEAL. He stumped we believe that ceitain which the ffint'tl pretends to lme record will show, viz. pal ties have Of Ohio County. such great and when this body Ohio county for Cleveland in 1888, taken advantage of Mr. H. T. Render feels called upon to defend itself and and for the first lime a Republican and publislail Is complete and pmds at bottom price Yes, we sell the Hour yet over his si0unture rou. nuiri', it considers Presidential candidate carried it. He things he did not its olticers from critici-osay, therefore; we Rest grade 85.00 per Harrcl. CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. Davie's county against wish it distinctly understood, that the unjust, the Jnald is very tar from stumped Strom! iradc 81.10 per llnrrel. - Messrs. Pettit mid Birkhead, Alliance giving space to resolutions it is reFOIl C'lltCUIT COTIliT Cl.OK, committee dues not endorse what Mr. SIMM) per Hnrrel. Third grade spectfully asked to publish. This is candidates, in IS!) I, and for the first Bender says in regard to Mr. Neal, ' SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. I ..... . ! ..;.) i... i... .i. ill PL .: time the regular Democracy was nnd Mr. Bender regrets having ignul IIIU IIIU unit: jrmiti iiur Who wi 1 And we want 1,00') doen Kifus at louts per doen. Illlll this order. When that sheet snowed under. At Hartford in 18!)1, any paper in o nncction with the canbrin them? And otH) pounds of Mutter at JO eti per pound. Look at the EarIo. 'took the side of lnteiupeinuce and he took the stand, without any divis- didates for this cilice. Re.nVr, c.iu't von brinu "s a pound or two. e of anybody lawlessness )ut fptiug it refined to ion of time, or any We condemn tl.c coui-- e taken by with ridicule puhli'h the iCMiltitions of a sob.ordi to heir him, in ntirwe CTIci'4.5..CV3!.V,-5.T,'- , the F. & L Jou-.iu- l, ns it misrepreaction-No.uid abuse, Judge If L. D. Unify, it unto India- coiiilemiiim; sents the attitude ot the People's Par fj weiue not nt nil a believer in nominee ot the People's Party for ly ol Ohio cnunlv, either the People's l'.irly or u doc- Attorney Geuei:i1,u a result the PeoF. W. Puiri.i:, Ch'iu'ii. trine, but wu do believe in fair pluv. pleV Paity weie triumphant nnd Bi:n Ni:wrnN, Sec'y. pro tern. MEETS ALL DULY The Fnriner'Mind Laborei's I nion is elected their Representative in Ohio October ' J. J. nu omaniation capable of great good county. Is this another case of He's the saino proud bird that will amj jt ieemg t,.lt coiirtcey would dieTheie is one other thing I want to confidence? Ale we to believe that adorn thu Iiepublieaii ballot at tin tate dillereiit treatment fioin that call your attention to. You all know Mr. Howe has taken undue advaii- coining election. whijh this organization and the PeoMr. E. D. Walker, the father-in-la- w tnge of Mr. Render? Are we to infer ple's Party, neither of which has a of Mr. Howe, you know also as crimithat Mr. Hiwehad his frierd Ren TO ALL. HLTTKR KNOWN AS T11K G&S3i2ZZ!52-23Z3&iS5BS3paper in the county, have ever receiv- nal defender he has by technicalities, der to agree to sign a certain state- and of the Huitford and otherwise often cheated ed from the hand a inent, and when said statement MRS. HARRISON DEAD. turned many criminals fiee. In this signed it turned out to be something At 1:40 a. m. Tuesday morning the Herald. It matters not how greatly 'ine Mr. Walker has been true to his entirely dillereiit from what Mr. i beautiful life of the coinpanion of our we may oppose men or parties, we end. will never refu-- c them a place in our clients and hasgainol great n itorietv Render agreed to sign? Am we sorrowing President came to an ALIKE. ii- Meals 25c. Newly Fnrnislieii. per day. Rates $1-0This bjing a forced to think that as a criminal lawyer. the cartificito Although she had sufl'eied many columns to appropriately express their Mast side I'rcdciic.i, between Main and the River, Owensboro, Ky. feeling in regard to public questions fact, I want to know what you people Mr. Render agreed to sign turned out months and her condition wis known when such men ( r think of turning the office of Com. to be an open letter to the F. cV A'lTUVnOiN .1 ,v. v,Mits.c. e. L. by million of people to be critical, and especially so parties are without an organ in the monwealth's Attorney over to Howe, Journal anil was publi-he- d Washsaid ' by yet when this sad news fioin who, us I stated before, is Mr. Walk-er- '. Given to the Traveling sheet as such, and that said letter was d ington was by the electric county. I feel that I voice not the certificate Mr. Rendor agreed current all over the country, our peoPLblic. the sentiments and feelings of the peo to sign for his ' Iriend Howe? ple were unpiepaied to receive it and Mr. Howe did all he could to prt-ve- pie of my country, regardless of party Header, you must decide this matnow, as a Nation and as indiviJuals, the Third Party from making n atlilliations, when I say, connected ns ter, we don't know anything about it, they mourn her death and oiler words nomination for Commonwealth's At-- cSDCES THE FINEST AND CIIEAPEST90- Walker ami Howe, have been nnd urc but it looks to us like there is rottenof condolence and sympathy to our torney, claiming, we Hiippoe, the that to now make Howe Com- ness somewhere. Chief Magistrate. right to n walk-ovin the District. monwealth's Attorney would be too The funeral tei vices at the White hen Mr. Neal wns suggested us u great u risk. It is too much to enHouse were simple anil private, the Republican candidate he hooted at Quadracontcnnial Celebratrust the welfare of .Justice and the relatives and peiuial friends only, the idea, pretended to look upon such tion. Horse-shoein- g of a Commonwealth in the hands of the The announcement that Hon E. I). The funeral tram a thing as a joke, but never for once being present. family, firm of Walker and Howe; one Walker would address the Faculty for Indianapolis left Washington failing to misrepresent and denounce as defender and the other as prosecuand students of Hartford College natyesterdaj morning nt 10:!30 o'cloek Mr. Neal, not only here, but all over tor of the criminal das- - all over this, urally drew quite a crowd, notwithand will reach that city at !:.'10o'clock the District. hen Mr. Neal an the Sixth Judicial District. Our people this morning mid after services which standing the inclemency of the weutlr 1 nounced hiuisclt the tirade was con- fear that with Howe as CommonffV will he held at First Presbyterian er. The Hull was very beautifully tinued and when he was nominated wealth's Attorney,thnt there would be with National Hags, these, Church at IOiTO this a. m. the the storm ot nbtisc, misrepresentations but little need ot .fudge or Jury so decorated of this beloved "First Lady and falsehoods renewed with even in connection with the National airs Da.m, far as the criminal business is conthat were sung, did much toward the of the Nation" will he laid to rest nt moro violence, not only on the part of ns Mr. Howe nnd Mr. Walkcerned, Snow Hill Cemetery. Mr. Howe, but by his cohort, the er could control and dispose of it as reviving of a patriotic sentiment n first-clas- s within the hearts of thoso present. He, about Hartford Herald. they think best. The exercises were opened by the conceived it to be his duty to Howe charges that I can't draw up rending of an appropriate passage of Or course the members: of the E. supply the Third Party with a candi- an indictment. Why, gentlemen, I SM.rmtnrn nni nrnrni- - Li- - flw. I'rnci. ....,- C. Hubbard Club will vote for Mr. date ami one was forthcoming, but I ...Vw. -- J ... learned how to write an indictment dent of the College. Then came the Neal, but will the heirs of the late II. when the Third Party Committee before 1 procured my license, and if patriotic drill of tho little folks, which D. Hiuton vote for Mr. Howe? ii refused to endorse Judge Town-enI had time could tell you ot one in demon-state- d Mr. Howe was still not sati-fie- d and our county against my opponent, was very entertaining and Ir you want to hear unable He. he mid the JJeiald still persisted in Howe, in which he is to the minds ot all that they charged of the publican orator, don't fail to hear had been skillhilly trained by a mo-- t the ptestiinptious effrontery ot trying oll'en-ebreach of the peace by loud k who will speak Hon. A. E. Will-ocompetent instructor. to force the Third Party to iccognize talking and boisterous cursing and heie this afternoon. I lie three recitations which Pillowthe Judge as their candidate against ewenring on the public streets of I . ed were a fitting tribute to the memtheir will. Never in the history of Hartford and by engaging in a fight Ri:.w the plain, honest, upright whose grand achieveory of the Hero, statement of the People's Party Com- - Ohio county polities has there been with another citizen of Hartford. or- ments were being celebrated by mill, gentlemen, occurcd such another opencd-handeattempt Thi-four u puis miuec in aiioiuer coiuiuu. They ions ot etuhiiMastic people. HB2&& tnu seal ot comieuiuation on Mr to dictate the actions of another party years ago us tho records will show. were delivered in u veiy impres-iv- o as this scheme, which Mr. Howe and Enough of this, mid now gentlemen Howe's tactics most effectually. Misses Florence Morton, by ' ill DRIVER, Manager. OnpoMte City Scales. the Herald attempted to perpetrate 1 want you to understand that not manner Ella Howo and Master Walter Mar1 Repairing and We do work as cheap as anybody, cjuulity considered. the Third Paity. Hon. C. M. lUitNinr our enndi' upon of a choice did I unilertako to make tin, of tho Intermediate Department. repaintiu'bme promptly. Give us n call. BUUGIKS PROM $.'15 UI'. Failing in this he turns bin atten- this race on the record, but Mr. Howe winlate for Cougres, is making a Afler which Dr. Alexander, in n few ,ttKLfcmta.Manr.a3 ning fight. His earnest appeals anil tion again to Mr. Neal and seems to foicsdit upon me. He made false words, presented the speaker of the nceu-iitiological speeches hnye arou.-c- d an ciithu play the confidence gumo on a pro against me, I refute them occasion, Mr. Walker, who exemplicitizen ami comes out with cer- with facts and only appeal to tho recbiasin all ovei the District such as fied to the minds ot his auditors that Wo tificates published in the Fanner's ord to show that ho is not tho man he wits never before witnessed. the theme upon which ho was to dishave several lettors complimenting and Laborer's Journal and the Hart- should be. Is this fan? I know evplay his impassioned eloquence gave his speeches in various parts of the ford Herald, stating what the signer, eryone of you from tho bottom of him an inspiration equal to tho ocBeDistrict, and we feel proud of him as it teems, never meant to convey. your hearts will say yes. casion. In the conclusion of his ,lis- a representative of Ohio county, and, ing caught up with in this trick, he Many partisans declare that voters course, Mr. Walker mndo a demand no doubt, the district will be proud of then drags his church into it both in in a primary election should stand to, of the young ladies nnd gentlemen to him as her Representative in the next a private way and through the col and vote for the nominee of said parthrow over the ladder against the wall timns of his dishonest and dishonoraCongress. 'Hah, lor Burnett! ty under all circumstances, but I apmount up, round by round, and pluck ble, oignn. And failing to further his peal to you and ask you if this is right? the most beautiful flowers growing noini-ne- e Clayton Woomv.Mii, our interests by any of these dishonoiu-bl- e I claim that no man, however strong among Alpine heights. for Sheriff, is n gentleman in evho is now no doubt in his partis inship, is hound to supschemes, Tho day was celebrated In such a ery repuct and will perform the duhutching up some other dirty trick port any nominee of any convention manner ns to make a. most lasting imties of tail! office to the satisfaction with which ho hopes to deceive the or primary election, in which ho paris only of everybody nnd with credit to him- people and bolster up his waning ticipated, if he becomes convinced pression upon nil present. It by such ret inspections as theso that self. Mr. Woodward bus mndo a cause. that he can by voting otherwiso best we icalizo in the fullest sense that the vigorous canvass and has won many The people need not be surprised at promote his country's welfare and the farewell to .mother century is near, friends on the account of his rcputn. anything this disreputable candidate interest of tho public generally, and Our hearts urc aglow with tho prostion of being nu honest, enpablo, upwill do. A man who will take adespecially do I believe this truo when reright eiti.en and his gentlemanly vantage of age and ignorance in the u candidate is u nominee for n mm pect of a glorious future; and it Wo writing of a will and who will attempt jiolitlml office, such us that of Common- mains for ns to bo courageous ns wns bearing during the canvas. tho ono at whoso ehrino wo bowed on have reasons to believe the, Democrasuch a diabolical scheme ns the Little wealth's Attorney. The ties of no Polls closo Bend allair will do anything which paity shuild bo strong enough to com- the 21st of October to render homage. cy concedo his election, Wo will thus leavo euscrolled upon J o'clock p. m. at he believes may bring him advautuge. pel any man to voto contrary to his pagea of human the Down with such tricks ami such u convictions of right mid duty. Ve are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with If existence, deeds immortal, deeds that Ir Mr. Neal is such a harmless can. trickster. saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasyou agree with mo in this, and 1 bearo worthy of imitation by tho most the consumer, thus diduto us the Herald pretends to com lieve you do, you have tho right to Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. gilted and which will ever ho Hon. A. E. Willson sider him, why should Mr, Howo voto for mo oven if you do havo to go tho noble, tho generous, himself to such an alarming exto the Republican ticket to do so, and Rememberthe brave and tho true. VV. tent to prevent Mr. Neul'u becoming Ibeliovoyou, with my couiityinen, ing to keep constantly tho highest And if Mr. Neal is will do it. a cundidnte? Owensboro, Ky. In conclusion I will fay, if elected, conception of a Qod and that it is Hitch a poor lawyer as tho Heraii nnd Mr. Howe charge, why iloea the latter b:tray the confidence ofn worthy citpuhmsiiki) r.vmiY fmdav mousing. izen into u statement on paper lie never intended to make in fact, in order that Mr. Howe might injure Mr. IMIliU mill I'l.iprlclnr. JO. II. UOHItllH. Neat with the People's Party? It Mr. "Kimu v, dcn'onEU asTjsnar Neal is such n harmless, helpless, candidate, as these folks Wc itre nuthoiized to announce wny i itner uoottt iiim say, lie is, JOHN 0. TOWNSEND The truth U.Mr. Howe is anyway.' A candidate on the People's Party (thinned nt Mr. Neal's nopul.irity Platform (or Commonwealth's Attor nnd sees certain defeat staling htm iiim in the Sixth Judicial District. Howe is in the death in the I'.icp. t'iroes ot despair and he knows it. 11 j is willing to do or say anything in order to help lus sinking hopes. Hartford Republican Mr. NoaPs Spooch. (CONTISUKI) I'llOM lSTFAOi:.) c Republican Ticket. any-wlic- ns I will bo, I now pronnee you to do even thing in my power to make you In n faithful and cllicieut ollicet. this J would have nil to gain by doing so, while Mr. Howe might make great gains by doing otherwise. I now appeal to those fanners who wish to nid one indcntilicd by every tic of interest, sympathy and experience with the vast majority of the toiling yeomanry of the District, to go to the polls and stamp an N. in the little square on the official ballot at the right of my name on the Rcpub-wou- ld Iican ticket, with the rubber stamp that will be found in the booth for that purpose. This being done I shall ever remember you in nil kind-o- f will, as before promised, HCM n"d serve you and our Commonwealth to the best of inv ability and I believe to your entire satisfaction. through Hi beneficence country bouts of freedom. that our t Till you Can't RestI IN OVERCOATS we arc FULL Up! y jg ul trnii-uetii- ig We Have Had to Duplicate Orders Clothing. GASEBIEiR! li-inld- 'f -- And now havo nice a line as can found anywhere. Remember we've got them to sell and not to keep! In der to sell them, we make the prices they are bound to GROCERY - re.-pe-ct OUR DEPARTMENT . -- FA.ST i LINE rU ilc-ii- - to g&fli CASSBLUR'S 'BUS rsftMH a so., ly ' HBAV.KE DAM, KY. ' a ' ' ju-ti- ifiiiwrl PALMER HOUSE. 0 RPEl'IlL cii.is. uon riLLhvuiUM,rrops. flj-he- caughtatIt. er nt BLACKSMITHING. ykJiszsfMai, specialty. A large stock best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. J. I). WILLIAMS. Bkavkk Ky. thi.-tim- e, Also krops Livrrv and d, of n, have vour Horses Fed. and v( hcsl of rigs dav or nigh you en d ab-ni- t i Lcnve (iers will) our (xVyC!iy. qpmt Ba CI1II IBM. ni-n- ent Ift - ItToixaL 1Xri.ll aCailsLe. & y. Hon A. Morrow F. A. AMES CO. Monday. FAIR BROS. V & CO. Ottcnsboro wngon for salo by C. L. Field. The schools of tho county ore in n llourisliing condition. Suits nnd ovcrconts, tlio finest for tlic money, nt Kahn's Trndc Palace. PERSONAL Columbus Day ii NERVE ?? Makes ilic successful man now-a-day- s. Jlr.J.II. llarncs nnd lady have en rooms tak- at the Austin IIouse,Ilcavcr Dam. Col. J. B.K. Wedding will speak at 10 nt Sulphur Springs o'clock a. tn. One night Inst week a thief broke into the store of W. M. Hcflin nnd stole ninety dollars in money. school shoes Tlic big merchant is the merchant with "nerve" to stand up to adversity and hit (lie blows that Try our Anderson's Wear-Forev- er they can't be bent. Saha & Mb. KNOCKS OUT The Arch Enemy ol Trade. Fair Bros. fr Co. have nerve enough to We arc still in the lend with our boots, shoes, lints and clothing. K auk's Tn aih: I'alack. Was n grand success nil ovor tho Win. ltiloy, Ncwville, was iu the county. Hnrtford did herself honor, city Wednesday. Boavor Dam had a gront day, and a Col. Lnfo Green, Falls of Hough, is big ontortainment nt night. Alexanquite ill of typhoid fever. der raised ii flag and bad nppropri-at- o A. S. Anil, Ej., Sulphur Springs, services. Oak Grovo hnd a crowd wns in town Wednesday. of five hundred people, and raised a Col. J. S. It. Wedding returned flag soventy-fiv- o foot high. ?s'ov from Leitchfield Wednesday. Buyuius had a very enjoyable day, B. M. Bennett nud Clmrlic Leach, with music and patriotic spoechos Beda, called nt our oflico Saturday. nnd other schools nro to hoar from. John Petty, Sulphur Springs, who You needn't givo Ohio county, or hns been sick for some tunc is out her schools out on nnything they ngnin. itudortako. Misses Annio nnd Minnie Itcnfrow, were in town SunSulphur Springs, W. H. Davidson, tho Photograday evening. pher, has moved bis gallery to Mrs, J. II. Kuykendoll, Point tho rooms over Martin's Jewelry Plensnnt, visited her sister, Mrs. L. P. Store, whoro he will bo glad to give Loney this week. nnd Photo's you excellent tin-tyClayton L. Woodword, Hepublic-n- n cheap. candidate for Sheriff, was in town Wednesday. pes mSF fO sia& "-- .! ,1 Anderson's Bazaar This old reliable house is full of NICE SEASONABLE GOODS which are offered far cheaper than any house in town. An inspection of our stock will soon convince you thnt McEuenSmith. Owpnlwro Messenger. Just received a nice lot of gy harness. new bug- Call nnd see them. C. L. Field. Miss Nolia Westerfield, who has been spending some time in Owensboro, returned homo Tuesday. Miss Nora Martin, Beaver Dam, is spending tho week nt Sulphur Wo can snvc you money by buying your fall nnd winter goods at our housie. put the of high Kahn's Tiiadr Palaci:. ed knife clear into the vitals prices. A good second-handwngon for sale. u bargain. Take your Owensboro Call quick and get C. L. Fiki.d. Springs with her father's family. Mrs. Laura McKmncy nnd children, Kinderhook, arc visiting friends in Hardin county, near Big Spring. Sam Arnold nnd Mrs. Anga Ar nold, White Wood, South Dakota, visited G. C. Wcsterficld this week. Jnincs M. Barnett left Wednesday for Beaver Bam, where he has accepted n position iu the tobacco house of J. 11. Nave. .T.W.Tompkius, one of Onensborn's popular tobacconists is spending tho week nt his Morton's, Sulphur Springs. Albert McCrocklin has sold his res idence on Dog Street, toT. L.Griffin, nnd leaves nt once for NewHnrmony, Ind., where he will make his future home. mntherin-law's,Mrs.D.- prescriptions to Williams, Bell it Co., and have them compounded from fresh ntul pure drugs. Trade Palace, the mcrchnnt around us, and you will find bargains there nt nny time. widc-nwnke Mr. John McEuen, ot Fordsville, and Miss Antha Smith, of this city, will go to Louisville where they will be married. Mr. McEuen is n popular young business man of Fordsville, and his bride to bo is the charming daughter of D. L, Smith, formerly sheriff of Ohio couuty, but now in the revenue service. They will make their home nt Fordsville, WE ARE THE PEOPLE To Trade With. LA.FFOON. The Shrink from doing this, but it's the only way to move seasonable goods. Go to Kahn's Col. C. M. Barnett will address the Republican Club at Taylor Mines Let hira Tuesday night, Nov. 1st. have a big crowd. FAIR BROS. by showing CO. We have a handsome line of trunks, They must bo sold, so carpets, etc. come and get a bargain in them. Saha it Mi:. Propose to lead the trade in Hartford just how they Mrs. Frank Wnllace, Fordsville, died Sunday night of typhoid fever. She was n most estimable woman nnd the community enn ill nllbrd to lose so valiiiihlo a member. Win by Nerve. FAIR BROS. & CO., Props. Hartford Temple of Fashion. It Tastes Good. w& One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Ilypopliosphitcs of Lime and Soda has had such a large sale is because it is "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is that its curative properties are unequalled. It cures the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces flesh and builds up the entire system. Hoott'n J. G. Taylor, the gifted, bright and Jalented attorney, of Owensboro, who was defeated by J. E. Itowe for nomination for Commowcnlth's Attorney, mndon model Democratic speech in tho Court House last Tuesday night. His hearers being few his speech was short nnd referred only to the Tariff' and the Lodge Election Bill, but it was iutersperscd with humor, anecdotes nnd comparisons, which brought Mr. forth laughter nud applause. Taylor has many friends hero and they should have given him a larger crowd. There were only 23 present It was noticed that Mr. to hear him. Taylor did not even mention Mr. ltowe's name during his entire speech. It was a real Columbus Day, When our friend and neighbor came to May, Oct. 17. A Wheeler flag was raised hero Saturday,to the height of one hundred nnd ten feet. A Brass Band from Whitesvillo furnished the music tor tuo occasion, riioro was a large crowd in attendance and a pleasant timo is reported by all. Tho prayer meeting held at tho residence of J. W. Stinnett, Saturday night, conducted by Mrs. Georgia Cook, of Kansas, was largely attended. The Crowd Miss Sue King is again teaching That will attend the sale nt Itockporf, Ky., Nov. 15, will be immense. Part tho Westerfield school, Di strict, No. of the propcty owned by Dr. S. A. fifty seven. Profs. Mason and Crowe, Jnckson, deceased, will be offered to will address the people of this disthe highest and best bidder. Consist- trict, on tho subject of education, ing of the home place of 175 acres of Friday night, Oct., 2S. All friends very rich hind, residence of eleven of education are expected to attend. rooms, good water, plenty of fruit; n. Hanxaii. residence on Mniu Street; n resideuce Jvo. 11. Ilosm, Cashier on Beech Hill; a tobacco factory, 7. P HtkiARD, l'ret, 2 farms iu 10x90, 3 stories, new; Of the Condition of the Muhlenberg county; horses, mares. colts, hogs, sheep, cnttle, an extensive lot of agricultural implements, wag ons, buggy, hay, wheat, corn, nnd a. i quantity ot- otner tuings. I 1 1 n ap Terms: sums ol so ami unuer, At the Close of Business cash. Sleek and agricultural impleOctober 8, 1892. Household and ments, 12 month. RESOURCES. kitchen furniture, G ncl 12 months. 847,271.17 Lnml, houses and lots, one third ensh, Notes and Bills Real Estate 3,000.00 balance in 12 months and 3 years. 1,500.00 Furniture nnd Fixtures.. All property secured. For further Expcuees particulars, call on or nddress Cash on Hand aud in other Mns. EuzAiiirru Jackson. Banks 39,272.98 Executrix. 13 3t 92,589.22 In Dry Goods, Ladies, Misses and Childrens Shoes, Millinery, &c, Ave offbrjsomc rare bargains. JONE PRICE TO ALL Is our motto. Don't fail to come and see us. No trouble to show Come in and feel at home with us. We will treat you pleasantly and take pleasure in showing you our immense stock. goods. STATEMENT Roatror Ta w DEPOSIT BANK .y 1 4 w Vfll KSSli 1,5-15.0- 7 But in eighteen bundled two, For children and men, are great bar- nnd ninety gnins,at Kahn's Trade Palnce. Overcoats LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Due Banks Interest and Exchange .Reserve : LVcbieriV Burton, they came, too; So call on them day or "night And they will treat you exactly right. Oyster Supper At Mrs. Henry .... $25,000.00 20.00 3,748.59 8G2.31 rAMHttfiill In liiTBi ferl Field's night, by the Indies of the Baptist Found Doad in a Parlor Car Church. A nice time is anticipated. And only recognized by his fine Outers v. ill be fccrsed in every style. suit bought nt Kahn's Trado PuIiish. Everybody invited. Surplus Fund Deposit Account 2.250.00 00,708.32 1VJb471E H H P5kLZ KtuuMlon and all Annomlo nnd Wasting Diseases. Provonto wasting In palatable at children. Almost n genuine. by Koott A. Ilowno, ClicmUU, York. Hold by all Druggist"- - Cold, Consumption, Scrofula, I'r-jr- curoa Coughs, milk. Crt silly the Nw Emulsion Traile with Carson More new lints Septra it Co. !9E Mn! Mil!! just received nt Carson & Go's. is Host clothing house in Ohio county Fair Bros, it Co. Tor wntches, clocks call on C. It. Martin. nnd jewelry, For the best wntcli repairing be sure to call on C. It. Martin. Cheapest, largest and most stylish Millinery is tit Fair Bros. & Co. Never before have Fair Bros. & Co. done a larger clothing business, -If you want n shave, shinglo or Suits,Ttock-er- s shampoo, call on Cain, the bnrbcr. For General Ward Robes Dressers, or anything in the Line, see Furniture We have-- big line nt boots. Coino Caiihon ACo. and see our stock. Williams, Bell it Co., haven beautiful lino of lamps at very low prices. Good blankets 81.00 n pair. T. .1. MORTON. tra comfort Toe at Fail When Bros, ExBros, it Co. N.N. & M.V.R.R. it Co.'s you fail to look nt Fair clothing you miss bar- gains. Fair Bros, it Co.'s sXoo'nnd 88.00 overcoats ate as good as anybody's 810.00. TRAIN I.KAVi: IIHAVKIl HAM. THAI.NH (lOINfl WEST. IS.H' r. u. No. S, Mull mill i:xmi"i lliMr. a. No. 7, l.lmi'lcJ nxr"'1"' KAH'I. TKUNH f.OI.NO " No. (I, Hull nml llM'rrex For clocks, jewelry and watch repairs of all descriptions, call on C. It. Martin. You can always get the best of accommodation nt Casubier it Burton's tnblo. N. . I.linllpil i:xrran .1.13 '' a, m FItlDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1892. For Sale. A good farm containing 212 acres clearedjgood ol land. About Lies improvements; well watered. four miles South of Fordsville on tho extension of tho Owensboro it Falls of For terms, call on or Hough railroad. address, John J. MoIIiiNitv, Hartford, Ky. 8 tt one-half Rev. J. It. McAfeo will fill Itev. E. E. Pate's pulpit at Beaver Dam Sunday night. If you want spectacles of tho cheapest, or tho best at tho least price, call on C. It. Martin. Trade with Sam it Mo and you will get good bargains iu dry goods, millinery, shoes, etc. Look at tho lovely hats at tno Bazaarthey nro rare bnrgaius. Saha & Me. - .... Notioo. All persons Icmwin themselves indebted to mo are roquestod to cull Try a pair of our 82 .spring.heel on M. h. Ileavrin, llurtford, and Bhoes. They are the best school shoe Itesp'y, settle the name. Carson & Co. in Hartford. L. T. Cox. At our Storu, the best in the marWes Callahan, ti drunken, money at Knhn's less nnd disreputable negro, whose ket, for the only means of support is keeping a Trade Palace. dive nt Ilayti nnd voting the DemoAt Whitesvillo cratic ticket, has n way it seems of Our own, eloquent, J. S. It. Wedgetting a quantity of whisky or a keg ding, will enthuse anil entertain of beer quite often and selling it out to tho citizens of Daviess county with thoso who care to buy nnd it very ofRepublican ono of his patriotic ten happens, it nlso seems that Sunspeeches. day is spent m drunken carousals by thoso who frequently visit his place. Is Foolishness It seems that last Sunday was bo To waste your time reading two or spent. , three columns of personal insinuAmong others who had imbibed, ations, which amounts to nothing wn3 Grit Park, n respectable necro of whatever. You would do bettor to Ilayti, who had left Callahan's house read Kahns "ad" and purchase your and gone to Mosley's grocery on the goods of him. road. His (Park's) wife came along iu going homo from church and askx Club Mooting. ed Crit to go with her and ho started The E. C. Hubbard Club will meet on nnd after passing Callahan's houso nt Bald Knob Saturday night to ho wns called back, it seems, either transact important business. Let evby Wes himself or G. W. Bunger, ery member be present. .. Crit went who wns at Wes' house. Speaking:. Publio into tho houso nnd played nwhilo on Hon. Wm. A. Morrow, Republithe banjo when he nnd Bunger had a e, will row in which Crit drew a knife, but can Elector for tho citizens of Ohio county,at which ho put back into his pocket nddress the when the few harsh words were over. Hartford, next Monday, Oct, 31. Bunger and Park went into the yard Many of our citizens well remember to talk over their little difficulty, a few years ngo, when tho Hon. J. Park considering it settled, when Proctor Knott nnd T. Z.Morrow wero Cnllahan came up behind and struck candidates for Governor nnd spoko Park in tho head with nn axe, inflict here. They nlso remember well, both Drs. Democrats and Republicans, how tho ing a very dangerous wound. Pendleton nnd Baird dressed the Hon. T.' Z. Morrow "made Rome howl'' nud completely headed oil" tho wound. in jail, oven Hon. Mr. Knott in every argument Cullnhan was lodged though tho young attornoy was in bo brought forth. This fnct remains town, who said while making up Wes' undisputed even by our strougest parbond on a former occasion, thnt no tisan Democrats. Well, by way of Democratic negro should Ho in jail if introduction we want to say "Bill'' is ho could help it, but maybe he couldn't "a chip oft' of tho old block" in fnct, help it this timc.Ho might have done m "a eon of the old man." Don't fail to much as to console Wes by his benign(?) hear him. presence. But, Oh! how exceedingly hard that a negro who votes the Dem Mrs. Harrison's Death. ocratic ticket should have to bo punFor tho socond time iu the hisished for this crime. Park's recovtory of tho White House, a Presiery is doubtful. dent's wife has died within its walls. Cheap Exoursion. Go to Kahu's Trado Palaco for your Tho last cheap excursion to Louis- flannels, dry goods boots and shoes. ville over tho N. N. it M. V. Itouto Mrs. Harrison met death with tho will tako place October 29, 1892. pntionce and resignation of a dovout Don't fail to go on this excursion. christian lady, and her last days wero There will bo great attractions in the comparatively froo from pain. Buy For city ami tho rates very low. your boy a good ovorooat for the further particulars, ask ticket agent least money at Kahn's Trade Palace for hand bill, showing rates and time and you will ho satisfied. card of special train. F. B. Lynch, G. P. A. worthTo-Nig- Kuockod in tho Hoad. Blankets and Comforts 892,589.22 In submitting this we beg to state that our businefS bus Mcndily grown each month since our opening, and by the moat careful, watchfulness and a strict observance ofihe principles of the most conservative Banking, we hope not only to extend our acquaintance, but to prove ourselves worthy the confidence that is being so liberal- ly reposed iu us. It We nre hero to accommodate the people, each aud every business, courtesy shall bo extended to them, but in no case shall safety bo sacrificed for friendship or to obtain business. John H.Baiinks, Cashier. Another Car Load Of Pure Raw Bone just come in. The $65 Is it possible a $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN Handles. Rail, first-cla- II.. I. ........J, UUU Il.la Tl.ish Itnil. Seat Buggy ...iii, Silver-plate- d nn.l "slilff TlIM.. for nllOC llllCC I , -. .' Statc-at-larg- demand for ''Pure Raw Bone" has necessitated a duplicate order. Send in your orders for this reliable tried goods. HoCKEK & CO. The Twentieth Semi-Annual nM W Y-- 2' Sic ml O He O.J8 X H Ci 'j -ra E 2sLA o ANoJA-Catalogue Address 2i" 3 O Ci-J- V PS! w! a t w. of all UmW of Vehicles 'loir S. A. x Write for our New 80 page Statement OK THE At tlic t'lowe ol IIunIiiohn, 30, INKS, I CINCINNATI, CO. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY OH, - r u- - OF TO June RESOURCES. 859,317.09 Bills discounted 3,000.00 Real estato Furniture nnd fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 1,341.07 Bonds 743.54 Debts in suit CashonhainJ&in other b'ks 40,420.79 8105,823.09 LIABILITIES. 830,000.00 Capital Btock 70,798.20 Deposits 15.05 Due other Banks Dividend 4 per ct.decltired 1,200.00 225.00 Fund to pay taxes 3,584.84 Profit and loss .... $105,823.09 I, be. S. K. Cox, swear tho above to correct. d. K. COX, PltllSIDENT. Charles E. Hamilton, tho noted Humorist nnd Elocutionist, will visit Hartford next week and on Friday , night, Octohcr 28, will entertain our citizens with one of his wonderful ex j hibitions, composed of Wit and Humor, Senso and Nonsense, Songs, Tis very seldom that j &c, &c. Hartford is honored by such exhibitions, we. thorcforo, bespeak for Mr. Hamilton u largo and appreciative audience. Dr. Landis, Williamstoii Female College says: "I lmvo never seen his equal." o, Dr. Abernathy, Rutherford N. C, says: "Ho is simply unsurpassed." Admission, 25c. Children, 10c. . , Col-leg- Fun tor All. TAX-PAYER- S! You will do both yourself and me a favor by calling upon me or oneofmydcp' uties and paying your taxes before the six percent, penalty is Town Taxes. Thoso who lmvo not paid their Sworn to before me this Juno 30, town taxes aro earnestly requested to 1892. A.T.Nall, D.C.O.C.C. 1 must mako settle, do so at once. nient soon nnd your prompt action in dividend of 84,00 tho matter will ho appreciated and A per sharo wns this day declared, jay-abl- e will save time and trouule. Iles'y, V. P. Thomas. on and after July 5, 1892. Eomi-nnnu- added which will be done the first of November. Please at tend to this matter at once and save costs. Yours, &c, S. C. TAYLOK, Sheriff Ohio Co. WmVueM. Malaria, FO THBUMJID, muowb1w5 It cures a '.a) Ir. medietas .r. lb) geuulno. idlseitlou u4 ikon rjnrpi Jealera v for ulo by Hartford Republican " HABDINSBUBG. Oct. lioiii-tvill- 17. John Inst 1 llusucll, FRIDAY, OtTOKfWJS, T'HOFFSSIthXA 1, CA bW2. I'al)l)i;t' nml .Mori wo in in i Mrn. Munncr V. U. ucio in SEPTEMBER Murk tin1 Opoiiiii iiI'iIm or (Iip Mli:il lltl'XK.M:.SS ll.lllir tin i tint llotni'lii It'll Itii) s Ii) inliiiliilti'rliiur Dr. Ilu lita k State Dirnctory fi c UP. witL N. MeMcrcor l week on li'j-n- FALL Wonlli-r itml WI.NI'HRTRADK. Kkriilj' ninl ('lovrr'mit lnt lor oiir inii('tion n ATTOWNKY AT llAHTKOItl), - - KKXTUCKY. Glenn Jl. tltlw 6s XTocidiiior, KY. ) . K, ll I'IMI. liii'ini'r', Taylor Atwuml, County Poorlintise ktrpor, tiK.i HH,wCi.iyut nk hui.ic Ootober 1. tth, ot heart lie nliout emingly in town iIim-um- '. LARUE Ol New ;i nd STOCK l)osiiiilili' n ' fioiuN nt Voyy &eagonaTji0 Prices STORE. HARTFORD, !:L':i;,r:r;;i'it:rMI EE IiU uurti in 'ixli"nl lifl inii"i "Hi i nr tin, nr In I"" I. lllto.it Ilic Kiinnlnlii i'f llii' I' illi lil. Hi" il'"lnlH) Inrinli".. ninlivlllMlt.il t . n tin ii at ml '!" l.tinii'. "In lln' r lln In lit l t iiiihIi it i iti'iliniKi i hi mi tilii'linln iiii K. It lit" l ill v'int In ii lli'iititi i iihi , ntnl in i' it) i'ii'i' ii I'Ut" I ' nri' III" lollimtil. Il in'ii'r Itniri):ii'iti'il "llll tin li in filll". 'I In' iTl'', II Ik'IIIIII.IIIIIIIiT Illli1nlliilil) Ii T till' I'liii'i In i'xi-i.ihiiiiIiiiI. 11 l.iiiirii I'lllli lugi'lmiik nl I'irlli'lll llalll'l'. il'lll' lI'l'OOl.ll. It AIT. Mint I'ltii i: NI'CCI I'll' CO. l Il inn l IJllllllll .Spi-tllll- '. rut, i , . ,1. Y M -I- Ilrmn Mf'.ul iritii ntnl nut inni .(fltliir) tiMliilr Atloitit) in mril . . .. ii'lltur Inn-nriT l'. .. . .. lifglli rol bniiliilliii... iljnl mt I'i'in r Sll t. I'llllll' lll'lllll Hull W..I. Ilrinlrnk I, Ni'llnaii .Hi Ml) Unit' II. II, S'liimiro .1. lrmlti) l'. ..I' tilnii li I'. 'I . limn-ii- fink I'ul'lii' I'rinli i Aililiin- folk .il'llll"llll co- .tinl (mini', uti r Amli'iaini'. II (Mir.) In .ill i Ik irl ii Will pin. Hi - lli it- j.i ..r. 'Miliinml it.lini tilMi..iliilli'-- , mhI null ful ApHlll ana" Slt'litl .tlltlill.'lt yili-l- t Ik I'lllmlitl prm ..lluil , (rii'iiils L . In' V.'lliit) list Chinch oonilnclt'il ly iiunij A inotriiclnl mot-tin-- ; at Ri-vi- tin? Hap. IMl'ORI'FD Kl'ITINOS Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. i 111 Ohio and Riljoln. IhKioiiiitics.iihil tln court u( Appi'itla. .peui Htlriillnn rIii n to collet lion.. S 7It iflic k north aide public rqtmre. Will prni tii'e li1 K. Il.f.UKKV. C3-iaff- y ElngO, Attorneys at Law. 6S rn lli-- H. H. 1UNG0. nil rinill" ol lhir .ilnlii.ljointng rountlt a, iiml in S ijm imr I'nurt nil. I Court of Ap. nlti tided ln. C'olltvlion nml nil Ii v'iiI Inn-iiiI In. (llll. c, Nn.:i.M K.MiuLiI rtllHrilorJ, ly. Will In . Will-- ! Fnnn llio ol ICuropo. and Hagan closed WedneMlay AMERICAN FABRICS In now ami bountiful patterns. There were pome two oflast week. EXVIA'SI VIC DESIGNS BROiVtfs'mOV DI7TER2 or three conversions. J n liill anil winter novel tic. cures Iiiillnnlloii, HIIIoiuiu'mi, li)Fivitlii Mula. Ciicnit Court, which convened hcie Ila, Ncryousiios. ntnl dciiornl DcMliiy. Monday the 17th, was picceded ly It. Allilenl' niH'U It. Cctiulna Our liiitui on mi,, I'lirliliui' itii'iuiN k traJe mark ami crui.od rol lluu on rnpi vr. the usual advanced guard ol gypsy vagrant'. A nest of these vagabonds BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices A. J. SLATON, M. D., arc camped about half a mile from .1,000 I' all (did Winter & From their encampment on town. Cloak's, Latest Styles, MiIIwuikI, hum loi'utt'l ut Lutili Konnorl) ol the creek, they iwarm into town and flrlJi iiiriTu lii tTofi "inoiuil m rMi In tin' 'i'ii'lr $3.W tntf.l'i I'neh. They have engage in meiitlicatioti. tlr)iioii mi'' 'Ijoliiinjjioimtii'n. Ui'.icp hi rcn iNiiit, Itlir It. ltmlvti iTnfrrti.) attiactions consisting of tw: heats and m ttn two monkeys. WH Fourth Av., LouUvillo, Ky. Clover-por- t, WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO Mrs. W. C. Moorman, of CM.t.DN visited Mrs. C. 10. Haswcll last .ilt Iiheutn Oiut-me- iit In Dr. Feiiner's t'iiitiiiu'iiiM'iitir AitnriM') is the "giaiuli"St niedicino over CI i rl l'(.iniiil"li'ni r made by nun." For till skin erup-tion-- 4. csvirr-- r Iinli' Wariauted tiiatixh or uiuii-- ev Allium) fit returned. Forsalo by I. .1!, lie. in. sin rk Htl I'lrotill Cmirl toiiii'iim tlm Illi Mnmli) In Mn) iii'iiiiiiT. Il--c I, I' l.ittic (' llitrilnli'k iiii rsui well s&tisfied Ih&t r 'ssfc--Kis- s' C- - 2 l I cscrir. I J I' II ii rut I'l. VilU liimiin Hell rook H I I' Minimi Hf Itiilir emnli'oiiM in lln' lit Momli) In Q"..k"m;"r":m.'.r Gsvixt c I ourt 101111 lift tln .Iril Ttt, Jul) inni o loli r. esvr.3. Minn In Jinillir), 1) i Ji'h innlilli I' I'mii'ini ('Tii)lnr llasrette Soap Md l.usejUri Kllir,.r-.....o- 11 . Isllje Best LAUNDRYSoAPinthe World Court ln'ulii" tin' Kiniini). 'c ll Mi'inli) in OilolnT nml li,.lniif, Xi'i'li'iiilfr n mi, . iaicic. ny vj-sl-- ii nd clenin.- JC-RS Physician Surgeon, ,iitl III I l'lninU r, ii 1.1 t'oini. :. nmi. (II C.E. Gverstreet&Co I K'olll'Ktll I week. MNs Lida Mercer is quite sick with ATIOEXET AT LAW, fevers. Miss Clara Morris, of Uig Spring', visited friend and telatives here last JEZ. week. The annual Conference, of the M. K. Chinch, will be held at this place I lev. W. K. Huead was next year. (iiilnt'lii I'ltntdi i nnildiii).'.) thU returned at as pastor Will prm In" hi" n"'itii'ii III nil tin' rnurtaol iMi'm nn.l a li"liilii AIm iniiiiili nliiry place for the coming year, and Ucv. Wil.'Ij I'nlillr L. K. Cimpbell was ictiirued at pas tor to the M. K. Cliuieh, youth. Politics in this county seems to he as tlead as a door nail. Theic is no ATTORNEY AT LAW, Perry Westerfield K. "Wedding, Uk r. I. II. W ll'oll, i IMIi.'Milltr, .', 1 V.s, Ul'ouit, 11,11,11, 1, Mi'Kln.ili'i, 4,. i, a, i. W 'I ii) lorioii.lnl.il'. l' klorii. If, lil, lit, i i''ioititiit u Inrnir, .'. 1,1, I, In LI In Man 't t ilitt ST. LOUIS. KEEP IT. I U& Ston. mi (J W lllllllllTIi, I, .', I' I) III lOII'tillill' I. I. PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OV '92. CiUAKl) I, 1. llAltlllllMi. C-Theo.Ca- Jit ( (11 II I'lTM I lit mill, in, l,i)lnri'!iti II, II, i., : INDI'CFMKNTS TO IMCAIlKltS OF Hot M.i:i:ri.l.SS.Nk(4lir th il K'.-r-il f i mi il) fur mi, lir-Ii n hi OUT. iv (SI. i.l m i X (lllll KiilkiiMiii, U, II, I. Wnwlminl, II, III. ll.jl W liltttf lOl . Sliii'li' I '.. Wiijm iinllin Urn. Coiiim (WM ulri, II, In. !. II K Mji r. In, s, s, ( W l'.Milliri'nii,tiil.i'. THE REPUBLICAN Tho Presidential Campaign will bo tho most intensely inlerestiiif and CAcititiir in the history of tlm Tinted Stntiw, uutl country people will bo ely Rosine, isy- Attorney at Law, ,;'VK.,rU,g tor llir filii fl tiul Mnt Aithtie Work, nu'j iizc of hjk. Fmlrfiai Ut,, bcturrn li'i.o" 'Aril ami Atlt. I'ollii' liinrlx. Pi i ri. vmiii.- tniii-- ii I nir Iiim in trili il .N .1.1 Mil lu'll, Imlur; x 1' 1. 1) lor, llikiiniin 111.11 i.hi.Mni.-.in ui . il. 0 liinlil, JiiiUi'l 1, i Jn-- W A l W ln..,n,u.lm', I'mlil, Iinllin, I., I Knkl tlfi.l, ju.liri. ki 'hi -- ii C Croud, r, Jti'Ui'l II. IMnll .linl. I. Iliinl.ln., Jii Igv, W P'l lioin i", anxious to hiivoall the m'tier.il and politie.il noh ,ii dicussioni of the diy in pres.'iited in a National .Innnul, in .uMition to th.it diippliud by their own local paper. To incut this want w() h,n,i enlered into a contract with tho o In iiii tho Courta ol Will prattici'liia profia-io- n Ohio and adjoining ioiiiitii,itnd in tlie Colli I ol Appeal, Special iittiiillon Kltin tocnlltitlorj. OnW, oicr Willi llll. Hi II (Va drui!toie. Hartford. Ky, ?& . Coinincrciai R. Has fuini-het- l. Rft-'AXOii Uo-iolJ l.-- IIIIiit rmiiil) t Oilli'i-rx- , I ew York Weekly Tribune, r W W DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. enthusiasm manifested whatccr. The Itepublicans seem to be in a da. ' ed condition as if hardly awaic that an election is approaching of vast impoi- tancc to our ieoile. Our friend", the enemy, are equally a lethargic. The ItCureiCoUi,CouehilfraTlirot.Croap.Iniaen :a, Whoormz Cough, Dronchltli and Ailh-nA Demociats are praying that Mr. Car certain cure for Ccniumptlou In Brit sUgei, and a lure relief In advanced tta?ei. Uie nt once. lisle may come this way and infuse You will lee the eiee llent e'J-aftT taltlrT tha rlrit dcie. Bold bv dealeri cverfvLere. tvZ9 some life into the rank and lile. The t.f.IeiiOcentiandJIOO. Hon. C. M. Harnett has an oppotu mty of signalizing himself here on the We know of no place that i ' needs u telling Republican speech We trust Mr. H.iri more than this. nett will give us such a speech. We iKkTs u 1 know he will. Koni.v Hood. i. CFNTHAL CITY, KY. ritjt rr.in r r llttll.on 1'irmit lllmlli) The Leading Republican Paper of the United Slates, PROPRITCR. jint been icpaiicd and newly Located 01 tiist-ela- - ...J ,loo II ItoctTI Which enaiiles us to offer tint sp,,li,; (regular subscription price, f 1. 00 per . Mr) and TIIK I.'FIM MI.ICAX for ono y.xr j,ir:, clo.-- e to Depot. .M. I), I r, Good meal" it a lunch. Give tiial. I'lti'.I'i-i- oiliik . il r 4". iirtl, lin rili.Siiillli. i in i' nti nmiitli rl -i -- third nml itli iliinil at tiiiili) iimllilni;. li,. K. h i rin i For only $l.jr,, Casli in .Id ranee. I X. Y. Tiihunc, regular price per year i Ilailloul wr ., 1,'cpublican " " 1 " " Total. ..SI. 00 ,. l.-J- CAXiXj ON lark, li jtflitler, T V .It) tu.i nml i) iiioriitiunt 'i n't -- lln til I it I'linri'li. -'i k il i,itli-- limit) MX n.n-nii.l- ii I. on luirrli. in I1111..1.1I1 it M. I!. I S S IIIU llllri'll, Ml I in.rniiu II iiml) i liool iiii) f. iti'i J - Cnli nun, mn. iol lli- -t nml' fniiitlt - '.Uttli-.li.nt ii'ilmk -- rn i - -- it i n - ttiir ' j II. i 1. 11. ,V' lt llitiil iml ut AIIiti ttiiillsi, StuiH loUmk rtr-- t ol.i- t .unl .tt'it.illici liool iii'TintiLi nti i tiikht a m lln J J Klt'iMiriaf rlur .III - nit tti MilKiiill'ii.. si,,,. t IVp IlirilKM l i IMMll I'Ml pi'l fs (UlC ACai i'...a O 1 l()l C? ,"i, liool It ' Nilnrriptioii may begin at nnv time. rii The Miafflgtrak ::i i l'iiir ri'iT Willi 1.1411 nil.I'ompl ilnlT M'l'Fi:ilVit r .).'-- ill veToHW Tor.. iuri')oii. Sol. I Mill. .IT" i!m lnn ir mti t il Ii) '.. IV.niit'Oiitlni X Hi i(n Republicans, you should not fail to next Friday, Oct. 28, and hear the prinoi c conic t o Hartford flrNTOi, La(. Co., 1W, Difl., "aa. Oat. J. V. BorBfa ".ouches for tho follonlngi Jniuoi ltooney. ho mui eutleiliig from Villi Daucelu its wor.it form for nbout l'i )enra, mi treatnl by iomtiiI phyilclam without oiTect, two lijt.k'a of Pastor Kouulgi Ncrro 'loula curcJ Ulm. Ttrr , Mo , Jlnrch 2, 1S91. My daughter wa takea with cntnl-- i ay when yuan olli wotiitj illlfcrint nboutSori "altlioutoflitt. It la hot about i jiari since BholfiMu tiikiui! 1'iistor Knrnlg n Nrrvo 'Ionic imJ ho ha not had an nt'.ack of tho die-oa(I. HUi:ill.lt. linco that tiuu. Its "tVni'Ht V.u, Pictures In Every Stjle Buirtllil I'ictute-- ' Copied and Liil.iiged A Sl'KCIALTY. lOfti. Main Stieet. K.iiiiH Sena cf Vetcranc. lt'par lump . siX'iiET oi;i)i:ns. IA, Thi is the most lil.er.il combination offer ever iii.ulu in the I'nittxl States, and m cry of 'I UK KLPl HI.ICA.V should tiiko mUantago of it at once. Aildus all onlc's to No lAWirll in il II ir'l.ird t It inn mil ni i m. I' M. ro ki, inn lot nt ol i) HAHTFOHI) IHKrUSn.lCAX. Hartford, Kenluckv. J I ltllHI,s, rKPHIII, I'.i.Mtr. Cn lain. 37" uLxn:ono, A'i A. II irri. HARRIS & REED, ma i: I ski;.- ()iiiiovih S iler and ll. 'tr I lnorpoil I Hotel, t Ioerp' it. Ky. 1 ;?r:sstsr'i J a, uftu. 2s. Po-- W'rriiiariL . t, .No s, I'ipiituii nt n YT1 I 1 w Midiin.1, Vtlj. a'a! ut. W H jF Aav iK iHw xke $m w$is FEEL BRIQHT Til PLEASflNT v? pies wo endorse fully discussed by that able on crvnui . ueo to orator, Hon, A. E. FREE! ptiorihlont Ihmlccan. anyaiiareba, pitlout. llllllKV. Ji'lini Willson, of Louis- f' ti.i.iviinpiudutii lou imiinroil hi'tha lud r tho ville. JCOEHIC MED. CO., Chicago, HI. Vnlti l Manv'n, Ky , Oct. 7, W. I hereby tcntlfv thit Pastor Koonii! a Norr Torjlccuud a plrl o( tuv cnuro 'iitlon of bt. VltuollJnco, uud a uiarrl d la.ly of fli.tileis. HUV. 1'oL. lUUlONl'. ae.s. T I'iutii , .iu,ii -i P" -- tin l -- nti I i) nt II mlor.l, I. N!. lootimk ', ifr Ilm 'l. ,N i i, In pi'tiiiniti'f Kfii ntnnl i) It lorn th.' -- ihoii.I i s in On i.oir.ion-- i ni 1.1 l in in ni iv, l' I Ife - ill IISiM CJ ( oiai)(lar( vasl inalit li.lld-imil) 4.1 Cii.l.il lati.iiiidl la ii I'riitlltul .lln, lilii,., .iirrrlll Iiii li) rrnilliiil lln;iii'. .lliu. fnilii-liI.1111I..111 l(isr, Mliiiliiiivnt. it 1. y"vr'Ts . l '"" I.i, Vitn'r Hriarrnii'1 (ii.liitr t't'iiilnliatinn ullli I'mn 1,.kiiinl ICrtfn.li rli It rivi'iil. IniiIi h aii.I I'li-alta It .mt. . t.lit is.'int nt. 111. It lli'lilt tin 11l I ill oil iitvt'lint It in u .i.ii I., iihii' triiiivii.l.iii In ill -- lllU Ul'U Ul , ali.o otitatn si am r. m K iciu.'. Ii f "ti Wat no, rhlaiiiri-ctlo- h lipiLrcnd hiiice IsiiJ, and iimllt'ltii's mini's Hie Iiiihh I'll'r.t llll). In unit r In - In l.inif'- - 3U3E3-iSk.3Ja"jS3i- 3: f iv: v rviptfx.x.x thin t'rt- On- i' i in. ND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. My tajtt It acts pently on (be ttomarh, Ilvrr and kMiir)B,aiidltiapIfa0ant laiul.1. Ihit think U icta from berbf, aud li preparvU (or Ui as tail at I .J. THE NEXT MORNINQ lr.li lllBL. Ms.JIKAVT Solill)yIlriiKK..t-tOtii-rT;iilllc- . ll nt. I'lllf Mill. (HIS lin.. l. Hull, I'OVIJII ll mil 'i.irn,.ll,. II r.iit:osi. Tor I mi.' Phi-ii- t ii " o.'nttU'irui"!!. i CforSS lilt Inllil Monitlil., - I nn in 'Pri'i. HI1( OWEHSBil.l (.mti I Il'ATIOI'iAl olllt Ullll lilt,', . Il , llll. -nl'l l) .. 11 l)li l.nllill A 111... . in' 'i LANE'SMEDIGINE If AlldrugsiitiaellltatSOcandflOOapackago. IoiiraDin.ti.'i'tli,iainlrouraildresfi'riri;oeninplo. AiIImii, lur liifinl.rtoU'lfaltliy.llil.l.iiiii.wirv . . OI1A10K F.WOIIIIWAICU. i.il.01..-,- It. uiicauu SHINKLS CHAPEL. Health N guod in our neighboihood. Funnel j are about done tow ing w Heat. Theiehas been a very good crop sown in tins section. Miss Minnie Atchiiison ha ictuiii-e- d to her home nt Calhoun. She was accompanied by Mi-- S Anna Wood t. ward, Hobert Webb and Alvis Oct. 17. Hen-net- i. iii '. iit -- li h - p ii,ni A Hi" tit U.S. DEPOSITORY Owencboro. Ky. W iiiitli. i.li I,, .ttil I . I i in. III Ut ll inni II .tip--H I tit ri pull. tn. ii ituio ictnu, a'i r II uihI.iI r in t " w r fttu I IM ittiif nt- - li t t ill ) it the illltK till I in It) t Hi I Iim i ll Mix iu(. r ii Ol l 111 Hi (! Itl'llV III Ullh p p iiiiin i In . ir. iii pi in in ni ui hi lj 1. IOM VIM', T. j Sl'V-I i IE.i.6 k ifw. aaifc T r k ll li:. to i m ' m,UIi. 375,03 prt U l U fr3 i ZTW lV UFWklnMPi 'cwinVJ .',e,-r uiin- - uinliil In lor MIIIH ll.l'li: I t'Ks Hill iiIhi' . iipl'mli the I s I nit nl I illn i. nml w mn in Inni I tilling in ii s iiiiii tlmii il'ii it tin .Ii limii ti.l"lllli'lll -- I'lnl Willi I III! I II AM in tilnlit) tin niiliiiii:i inni uo nmi.i' AO I ll,hhl ' I'lll I tni iitiiiijii iiiliiu' It'll,,. Mini hIiti net s to nitiiiil i )imi tuiii wlntc (iiiinl) Ml) to in OMiillii'il, Mini nil l:Ul..l il.l,f--Wt hi llllill),,! Urn iili.m iiiIiIm ii In Im'i III IAs .'' 1 ' ' 'Jl ttnl msmim&sa t iilim flllut 'l'.,nmriii V Mil is 1 1.1,1:, sr, 1.01:1s a ri;x. it. it Louisville, St. Louis fccin:nri.i: in W'K- -r I Tezis ailvay. .No.l, I1.11I). 11 MTT . N"V. 1, .No, 61, l'i. of Ilartinrd, returned home Hen Hindoo and wile, of Cromwell, aie Niting Jesse Shaver's family. We aie glad to see W. G, Hennett is still improving. Aunt Misili Sha ver died Fiiday inorniug alter a long illness. She was in her eightieth year. She leaves two so in and two daughters and a number of friends and to mourn her loss. She win a christian woman, and spoke of death many times in her sickness. Weep not dear children for mother is not dead, but sleepeth. (Joel) Clin K. Mi-- s Laura Shaver, r.if JMinUiy : IS THE BEST. uNio;iwt,M.y. ' 8':"ni artiiTA :a .ROJlSAUywHr M ,;,,(' ers a n d C o :i ii I vy Merehiints u Specialty. Interest aid on time deposits Solicits your business LAVSON RENO.Cashlor $Accouu.s of bann2-75,000- Security . jor deposits titl S250.00 -- ..rt,,,::,,.!,.r ,l niiiri im n li ti' ninl t'Ui J tin ii . SpUlt llltillH llt t" Mi III l.i l Z. o WrXVIVJVII 3IlCr. CO., EAST STROUOSDURC, PA. "III viu'ln ii.iim nl, in',., llinran.l innncr, for Itm If mam llnn-inrr- r iiioiuIi I'aih iiiicliuif l.urd Mwraltl) and war nil nil for ti ii) ran I'tTfiill inii'iilaraft.ldnkii It It It It Kill Il pi.tt nil' kit ndiTt rt lit lllioNof o"tLi.iji.irat.. Irmiu loin, it i nt li i lrk nkr. utiltrj.- -. nihil I nil llll km'wttii timiil man Iii ,t mid ft tlilti .Imiuh lli ll mil M) nli.r,' t.t) iiiu j i iM(it)it iin-- (Tit.uii Mli ui I Mam ill'. t., w inpi II, ! ti s , . Ii vr it am it I. .IOEI.tSO. A I!it InnMiitl, Our Qervt'o Phac-ion- , f&- - 61. i ri.i ou IIOlll L, Mil lilt ll Mill fill tuiii utl n r fit- intmirj t II t np Iff it !, JUt 11 I (IIM t IM IIU ttt-Dm flt'int iii iiruiiKiii il t'ltlttl Oi mik tnuM4 llllliliUltl li!..l fill llltirc 111 lltllflll Mj'im null i n, nti lux Iii rm mill) ml i) i kIi ! I tt I (I'iiuIm r I'ht.uii- htiii'lml iintn tiiK In1" uii'l nti. 'tin uu.ititiiiirrnir nli ntHfium x il lln n tliu-- ut tin pMKilt i" ti iihiM or itnl foiiixl in or In r til nil) unin in who li n upj irtiiiMt. ililriH Or4Mj In ri th "i Do ". I. tl. if ultiiH1 iiii1 nn m i or in r I. to iitui, l't pipr ROOMY, m s vm. nesfjY SiB . LIGHT. h&53St ELEGANT, .'Sind furcataliiRtienf our full line of two and four ului-lcwork. AgentsLOZFIKIIitCO., Wanted! II. A. Wholesale D.ialei., !M0 LlMlM, Minf. I ll)t-at'- Hlltll Ilotu, I). Supciiur St. CLEVELAND, O. MU "R5.rs ir r i. lloll, II ll) pi In, i ii- mi t mn i , . li i t , i i til, , ii, .., (iiitl l(I i)it,i!ni lt Pint o nn! i.l. ii Illi nl Z. Wiiiin'iirillin.v Itrn. .Sliiloh it it) ,i rsi li 1.1 M- I ..ii i ri)i ? f1 M i 'j R D. M. J Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, d. lli ', OIMTIKIIT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A . fe-jlel- - - livery Stable. B08II1IJlAiHi ll.'.UV-- l HUT. IH't'.NP. .. li.iil). t 'J'i i. i. I.. I.UlliKt llll Wi ! 1'oilit T. I'm. 111, Iluinlinl'iiit; Irtiinjtmi !:li'.ii'iiFHirl Clmi r"'il Illllll'-lllt Iiui'l'iill nUiio S...ll. villi Urn Ar. lit ml' iM'i n, in, li.l'n, In, . 'i I 11. in. . lo i I a. in, '.".lln. in. . II II in . II .I'm m I J In p 111. . I.ol p in, ;,.'ni. M'7 fe.':7 u Jl in. in I'.ilnrli C11111I, It. jilt li nml mii II111111I). in. 111. nut. .N1- I I.) -- it ho ltd I'li.n Miil A lliv n. liiliiliM'nliirrli tin p. 1. il Inj.-- i fin. nt.. i nun' i.rlllln lit li,-,- SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. CnplroJ bj UK IUill)SllV.T.It Loll 111 u. ni.,8T.ion. uirrvi:i:.v iT,. MEMPHIS, .nvii .. LOUSVILLE and 'W Vl k"i,Ui. -1 Jl II h'u'H JV5 VEHICLES, CARTS. 1WrW " A r.r, , y-f-- '. . l.J'ip. .No, 111. in, in In Hi)., ni lo 11 p. in. It'll p. 111 1I..V, i ni IJ.11.1. 111 '.ii, i. Happ and content is a home with " 'I he Ko. of the mornlni;. :hestir ; a lamp wl'.li lliu CaU'ocuo.urituKodiii'lfr Lamp Co .NowYoik. I'roiip, rt lionpina ('iiiuliiiml I'.inii. In nl 1) -- liimli'n 4'iin. l Z. 11. (, 11II111 Urn,'" I'riiaslon. WHITE'S CREAM PULLMAN BUFFET L'sr lliiin n"i Iron Hllli'M. I'liyult Iniit rot tiiniiiLii It. li.tilu. Ocr.':Ir.t flrnlcrs In p'l till-!- . All hastradi.' murk nml ore ml iiillliit.Honunitia.r Sleeping Cars KSIII'lt Oltl.i:..N'l', VERMUEME Has led all Worm Romodlos. EVERY r:i iii:i:ii.i I'llOM AND TO I.OIIS-- i IM.D.'IK-ll'IIIS.V- H IIV'IO.N Ullli 1:, mill M'.W 6.', .No. i:rilol'Mi. l.i. Hi lull). SI, llll1)' Jl 1I1 1) n 20 YEARS CO.. llll Mi'liiilil. BOTTLE GUARANTEED. The Quick and Desirable Route nli noli rl -- T.lu. . nt. bi'olti-nll- ihitliwio I.iul-I'i.- 7.17 n. In. s JT 11. In. f i" 11. in. '.220.127.116.11. ,'l: Up. ni ,IM7 p. In t.i'i ! A: 0.1 Hani ('loM-ri'iir- t lllr . . in Mi.n Iniiutoit llrnii'luiliiir,.' Wi M I'liiut Ar. I.uiil.iillt' in HI 11. in. S..'i7 I" Jim. 111. n.l'i ll.tMti, in, 7.n', II ."in, 111, 7.11 1:0.', i, ni, s ni p. I. on p, 111. '1 p 111, p. 111. p. 111 p in. p. 111, p. ni. p. in. 111, TO PAPER; mm - J W. Nt niitlllnk'hilnilrlnlitft tin .Si Mn'r Aiiwr iTMj'ltlllf - Agt IU Of JIlMrK. AVER A SOU. ou- uuUmrlzdl furcnt t rrriirritj llUlnnDSII.TIUllH:t. bT.tUCH). You can get the Hon. Augustus E. Republican orator, will address the voters at Hartford next Friday, Oct. 28th, at 1 ,,TTIH. Willson, that noted Ii. '"'ill .1,ll,1" Ill) nrTVyoilimi'yolirHt'lrillid film. !' In ui'l lliu Im-- hi Mtluit Im iniir iiioiii'). Ki onoinli' in joiiirnolMi'iii' liviuirrliiihiii ll . llniiHii', li ,ii '"'' Inn'., hli it'iut'xt'in ih Pliii'x u.lii'di U4 tlion.uudii Hartford 11i:iujslic-a- n and the New York Tribune one year for 81.25, cash. Subscribe now. I TO AND 1'O.M Now Y111I. t'lilliii'i'Ipliin Uiiltlinnrn WimhiiiKtiin Nurl'tilk Old Point (Vniturt Ult'htiniiiil llr.lliil'i Clnviiliiiiil lijyk y n'i p, in. nt $S.QOr-r''-3.0- Tnlii.lo ('li!ink' )iilliitiiipiilU Cini'iiiiniti luiilsr,lu Enstorn unci Northoastorn Points MoinpliW Viekil'iirK llntiin Itout; nn. Now Orlfinis Mnlillc I, Utln Itock lint Sprint; ami p.'Inti In Writ Toiini'i- I ki'U Ti'Mia ArKiiim 0 .Misli.-upp- l Tfitiii" .No. 111 'ni,) Nil, Ui II, iiiikf loiinritiiiii llll'.ll nil", llnr Imiiiiil, 1) I M A I hii-- i For Iiii lln r liif'H in iilim, mIiIi II. r, MnlllHi:, (.111. I'-- 'l I.i.ni.lllli , pt.il) u lih li.uii" mi l.niii,. W'irtriii II, II., in'l ami 43.50 .-- I- it' & ltl KilV"" Bs2.00 LADIES liouMium ami tl SOU HI U'JJt-T- . iSuiitli nml t't. l). 42.25 jl.7S o'clock p. ni. It Is Ciiiigiiliii: 1. 1'inii to Ciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, Hi lop llll.olli litop. Ijn'l 0III.I111I f. 11111 Hon. A.E.Willson, one of tlic ablest lle-pnblic- an Kccdlns orators of iiiiow.n'sInUo, iiio.v iiiiti:iik. Malaria, Indigesplva-antt- ii t T.AIHKS tonic or i lilldren lliat want building ii.. iliuiil.l takr tion ninl llilluu.iio. 1 AUdcaUnki't.iil. turM the Nation, will address the voters of Ohio county at Hartford, Ky., on Friday, October 28, L892. Everybody invited. THE E. Willson will speak here next Friday, Oct. 28. Don't fail to hear him. A. OnilhllCailS. llOll. a ' I .IITIII'll Hl'KC'IAl.TII'.s In footneer nroof llioiatnolilKli Kriilc,aiid ripri'innt ft momy alue b,-farujouililioprutacl - ann.l. cat li that uumo oud jjtotttoniiiH.I,.nliolliiniof aline. ui'iikKMii'iiin mi I. il Wt Ii. llouuliini JIlOl litUII, ,lu.l'. Sold L) W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENTFL0(W BEST SHOE IN 'u r IM.'J Ciiiitiilr.s One lli.iii.ui I icl-- n frdcllcloinCnnily lionl I)' ml i.ill. l:iy Pu ' i ill Iiuiiic. '1 III" mid L'Oiionil atoroa. I I r.tov.'S'a iitci . j,..;..,..., A j,;; I o ki '"' ', -- tu , Tlm Uti) H tlioriiiiK'lib' I'liuiPl'i'il Mild in llift cliiFs I'linillllini, nml pruvliluMiii uxvul. lout iirrniiRciiiL'iit in titiiiiiiiul tlirinik'li cum A fKAlt'io: i tlm tlinu nml coiivtiiioncu nuciireil li.v tlm I.iiiiltul Kxpri'M Tiitins, O.NI.Y A MOIlr's III tlK Ill'tWl'OII Jmtll.vilk' nml .M('in'lii, I'l.il tho bo--t nml iHiii'Ki'il sorvlcu bulwcon llio iwiclltvi'ovariilii.'Wil, tioii Tiikt't'.Tiiiii'-Tntili'- " il li) mi Doalor inllorsus, Hu'ios, Curriiiffos, I owl Carts, Owonsboro Win'ons. AKCIil Hi and Onium Habits cured ut liolnu tlcll'nTitipntVlll'.K. M.WlKlI.l.l'.V.M lli'iiti'r II11111, or nppl)lnK In nml nil .l.'-l- J, ll.'l Iclii'iior n d iiilonnn. St5!r'Sailillo or Iliirnobs Horses forsalo or liiro ut nil tiincs."ia V THE WORLD FORTHEMOrfaf. W.H.ProutT.Ce&'lPisi.Arii.Lotiimlle.HT. ,n HOOKER & TABOB, Kosiue, Ky. WiiYi wm 4ro lirokcn down I I. , 'Mk4-I. UuJ bUutiluLGh iplltkl) itiri'dl.) Nllilnll'a ('llll', 111' Mold l) .. Wiijiiv tiriltlu A llio. THAT II.M'KI.Ml COI'dll inn (111 no llllllln - Ct'MCf Uli;. uud cures malarlu. lie tliu I'l'iiuluo, nliiilldi tho )ti.'tii, nidi iIIkciIIoii, rcinoi Jllnnr Porsonu om nu'riirkorlioiisi;liol4 lli'oivn'ri Iron Ilittvrn cs ex. I'K.NIV CITY Mr.lilC'AIi liOU AorlU hccoiiil Nlrccl, Omana itreiicthcncd and enlarged, cml m, itonnid. Lout Haoliood Itl'ltnrril. urlcoicle, m calc tack, Ion of memory, dUrlncn, ncnrou.nc, iraknraa rami J tho I'riiu Illy licmpdlm. f 1.00 per box ; ilx toxti fot .0O. A written guarantee of euro with ever) Ix hnxci. Hend rtamp for oartlmlara to tin ni.MI'AM , I'Ullu., l'u. lli i.llli'r limn tin' Inid I'lltt la of tin-l.- a, fill). m. I.iilni' Hark. Kiilnur .ml Indlip'iitinii, liinpt illm'Hii, any llnl nl ut'iiknria, or ntlier anaana. vim 11 r.ltitrkitv llill tint' oll and kri'ltloll inlnallli. IllraiUi li. ipILipiI Mn'riu'i'i'l'toai'ii nnilTmlriui.i'i.'i.. DR. SI. $n. SKI. nml 111. If antlafliil. ANn Klntrln Tiusini and Ilm n.tiarlm. I'natnothliiKtotry llii'in, I'nti ! li'unlili.l lo Hint, ami itmuanli'id In laat lor tnnra. A llalt and Hatter) loinlilui d, nml prndni'f a aiitllniriit I'lii tni'll) to alioi'k. Viva Mi tlleil aJvirp, Write Oho wnl.l ini'iianre, prim nml full p,irtleulaia, AddreBi IIII. JUIMI, Uelrall, MleU. AkpiiU Wnnli'il. I'rlll. FBEB JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT