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Hopkinsville Kentuckian Hopkinsville Kentuckian 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1893 hop1893103101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Hopkinsville Kentuckian Hopkinsville Kentuckian Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "ST DphintiUle VOLUME XY.-NUM- Jtttarktittu TWICE A WEEK AT $2 A YEA1V. BEK 84, A DAY IN El'lIESUS. Tho Ohookorod Ilintory of u Onoo HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUSEDAY. OCTOBER! 1893. republics. It wnsdnrlng'thls tlmo of trouble thnt thoartsof Greece renched their great height, and within this short period of llttlo mora than two centuries tho grent tcmplo of Dlnnn was thrco times built upon tho samo site, and, as has now been ascertained, of tho snmo grandeur If not magnificence. Tor somo tlmo tho Itomnns nttempted to possess themselves of thin beautiful city. It was not until It. O. 41, under Antony, that they wcro successful. Tho excavations show clearly that tho great buildings such as tho stadium, tho amphitheater nud tho Odcon were built by tho Romans. When 1'nul camo to Kphcsus It must have been a very flno city. Tho Christians certainly attracted great attention and mado a great stir not only nmong tho silversmiths but among tho magicians, vrho,woare toldln thoActsof tho Apostles, burnt their books to tho vnluo of 60,000 pieces of silver, which was probably equal to nearly 89,000. Tho been very Jews seem to havo numerous hero and to havo had a quarter of tho city assigned them for residences. Here undoubtedly resided Paul, with Aquila and I'rlscilla, for nearly thrcoyears.prenchlng tho Oospol nnd working at his trade as Wo must not forget that tho young Timothy was pnstor here, nnd that this was tho residence of tho nged John, who in Ids oxtreino age, when not ablo to stand or walk, was, according to tradition, carried to tho church, when he would stretch out his hands in blessing and exclaim! "Llttlo children, lovo ono another." With the dccllno of Its commerce, of tho silting up of tho river Cayster, and tho destruction of tho temple, Kphcsus lost its historical importance, and wo know llttlo of Its history for mnny centuries. Wo know that tho flerco Cloths sacked itin "03 A. V. It probably fell Into tho hands of numerous adventurers, of whom a certain Greek pirate Is named in tho elev enth century. Tho Turks took posses- tent-make- r. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report FINDING MONEY. What's tho iIlfTorouce, we'd llko to knot, botwoon picking up dollars in tho mlddlo of tho big rond, nud Bnviug Uiom by buying your gow's right? You may not bo Icnrued In tlmt whloh Is xcrtlltn. but when you trndo wltli us you exhibit n wladoui which Is practical and llmt'a tho port of knowlwlgo which counts. Tho lloum wo oDiimernlo Fnmouo City. Where lcrfd A ceil Apostle John Kiliortfil Ilia 1'itnl t'rvitcheil, Timothy Minis to mi Enthusiastic Flock and the RoY&l Baking ABSOUTEIY PURE THE NATION'S CAPITOL. yet, thlsvuntenntnl event t rltlifol Ilrliorcr. ISjhscIaI 'orntwt of what to. wo Rro notour onlr ntlrnelloim, butoiilyno can do for you in a hundred llnoa not nllud-o- d spots associated with nomo of tho most rcmarkablo events und sotno of tho most celebrated characters of tho ancient world. Tho sconcry itself Is lino tho oxfrulnlto transcotuluntly It Is hard toconcclvu of a moro beaunmong tho islands of tho sCfrean sea, touching at tiful Journey thnu a sail Ietlcr.1 jas2J Powder Hill in two week WIIOL BEGIN ON THESE. 4c 5c 71n Standard Prints, nynrd. for Indigo IJluo ami Tur kov Red Prints choicu new n yard, for Nico Now felfjk A Styloa In 79c 51.00. for Ladles' all wool Scorlot Mwliouted Underwear, worth was national as well us locali It commemorated nn event In ultlch every American who Triumph Brought to Washington honors tho history of tho nation and Its In tho Oourso of Tlmo. Institutions could participate, lu tho words of the first resolution adopted Tim Ono Ilunilrcillli Annlrnrnnry of the by tho contonulnl committee: "Tho capltol buIM'ne Is almost coeval vtlih Lajlni; ortlio Corner Htona of tlio tho oxlsldiieo of tho Rovernment Its growth Nntlun'a (iramlrtt nnd Mnit I'nuioua lIullilInK. Special Washington Lcttcr.l from tlio snu'l Cray samlateno laid In place on tho 18th day of beptember, I JOT, In tho Infancy of tho republic, by lu llrtt president, to tho present mcmlve and Imposing structure, Is symbolical of, but has hardly kept paco with, tho growth of the papulation and the lower and cnxuncii of the oouutry. Kor n eentury of yrura It hit lield tho leirlttnthe halls of a people who have come up from ncoknmi to strength, and who, under the eraeo of Uod. have prospered nnd grown groat In the fitnlly of nations. The lcopl of tho whole Uutted States should fittingly recognlre the 100th anniversary of no Important an hUtorlml evMUut thn laylnif ol the corner utoite of tho United suites oiplloi. nnd tho day should be ooramctn-orate- d as Corner-ston- e diy throughout the The first lot of these suits we offered this season were sold out and we hive no more of them, but rather than disappoint our customers who are coming in late we have decided to reduce a lino oi For SB nunm SUITS tylca, k-- tho sea, moan for tho Celebrated "XoxbII' blue oftho trailing tho distant snm-istntns, glories ot Seamless Cotton Socks, perfect nnd sunset splendor, tho brilliant starfitting. light, to 'which must bo added tho peasant llfo and tho interestfor Childreus Heavy Ribbed ing and varied pnnornma wlilcji tho 1K Bird Cotten Hose, Full motley crowd of mingled types preDp a yard, for extra heavy Brown Jtegular, Inn heel and toe. double Cantou Flanufl.cati't m matched sents. for 12jc At Bunrlkc, on a bright morning for Indies soatnloss in May, ourselves In OC for 10 Inch all Wool Dress IK, hose, heavy and goodfast Black beautiful vra found of Smyrna. tho ,,Jl' Wo harbor Goods, others sell for 50c learned that It would bo six o'clock in tho evening before wo left. Accord 7Q0 iC inch Uncut Ml Ilnlsli Ken-ingly wo planned to visit Kphcsus. A riolta Cloth nil colore and Black, otlftrs sell at $100. Wonderful values in Rett, White .railway has been constructed by the hngllbli from Smyrna to Aldln, a diseach, for Heavy Ribb-CJ- nnd Grey UlsnketH hliirlitlv soiled bv tance of ninoty-sove- n miles. Tho si to wl WhIb nnd Pants, sold elw dust. of Hphcsus Is at tho station called n ball for Hemmiugwaj's flue Ajnvalotik, which is nbout whoro at 35! OKr, c CcK' knitting Silk, all colors. miles from Smyrna. It tnkcs three vard, Henvv Wool Jeans, O fiir n rr nf nKf.nrtni-- lln! Tfna hours to .un thin illKtnncc. A special WW worth tin In is usually scheduled for tourists QOnforthe rolebrntetl S.C. wtm 1for-- i bunch of Rnrcas Darning hnving Cook tickets, for which n charge V fitting Oirsels. of $6 is made for tho round trip. Wo Cotton. to tnko tho regular train l0T fu 1U",4(1 J0 Comforts o n ,mp(,r Kvn uiuo BrnBj Pins, full preforred at seven o'clock a. L which loft .P in., payCKj count. ing for the round trip n littla more s thun S3. The road winds among 7 Marsbnll's Linen Throad. OQn nil wool Kml Flannel. around tho northern nnd eastern part of Smyrna, pasf.es tho station at tho Caravan bridge tho caravans uf camels from the interior cross over, then ascends into tho picturesquo valley of tho Mcles. On tho right was Mount Pages with' Its cnstle, on the left could bo seen arches of two flno aqueducts spanning the valley. Thus for three hours, among picturesquo mountains, over lino pasture lands and at times among heavy undergrowth, until wo reach tho station of Ajasniouk, where there is a collection of miserable houses and about threu hundred Inhabitants. Here wo are really at the site of Gphesus, which was so renowned In tho undent world for the elegant temple of Diana and tho image of Dinna snld to have fallen from henen. Tho city was evidently finely situated. Two elevations, Mount Prion nud Corcssus, were within tho elty wnlls, but tho main part of the city was on nn extensive plain stretching away four miles to tho sea. Tho first object 1 that meets our gnze is tho cxtcnslvo ruins of a medieval cnstlo on a JtiU. Then come tho improssivo ruins of a Turkish mosque. Kunning for nearly KY. half u milo we discover tho remains of WflhVfliowoniiriheLarBMtMorciln Ki'iiimky i.f this It In. I Vi hae twenty ltt'rt- - un nncicnt nqueduct. Tho pillars aro still standing, nnd on top of each pit-lwo notlco the nest of a stork, and ALL OUK L'lilCGSI OUK l'LANOP BUSINESS! OUH SYSTEM I OU tho bird himself looking down upon us SUCCtiSSt Could H iixplniiiHl in a Ono Lino Advertisement. with grave oyes. Wo wnndcr over tho WJi WILL NOT ASK TEX IP WE CAN SELL AT SEVEN. rulnsof thocnstlo. Nearby wo discover hllOE IlKI'T. tho ruins of n little Greek church built Thouand of DucLMa In J 5o to the Uat Hrrnndorff. Month. I.tdle'Pulltttioo ,A111M' fNDBUWII.vn. out of fragments from tho greater 1IARDWAKE hKI'T. Mm' HroKu7vo Our atik U ctniipleto I.nlltV One Huttou t(i Tuounandi i,f nrtlelrant halt about half Hrirular prleni at ruins. In lSCSMr. J. T. Wood, an yitn'M lial ur Conn nm Knglish engineer, camo to Ajasalouk rritular priir. Children iliotvi tmmaRc up. 0 lamp wlnla lo. iaCEAUNKNI;:i"T. ' UIH'( tioe. liU, ;Wo and began excavating to And tho slto Carptit Tuolta, lo paper, I.acm at half reKular prlee. Hot hoe, i lu ), wo ot tho great temple of Diana. For lliuptio vaoh. Tourl,ro.ton,tpup Jlibr tlfH' aio Hbor lltaoUns lobox. Tovel. ration. tM up more than twclvo-year- s he continued ' TliouuniU ot Shot at In Doylle Tal.l.' l.liin at Rack STATlONUIlV ItKl'T. It inialr, umlor lircttlar l'ricc, wh Mil tin gooiU at Krery child In HonLlmvllle et prices, lowi'U veryrlieap. pwdoien ort n tfll ubont the a yard, for Gnnuluo Columbian Cheviots, nil Hiyli's. Rn a yard, for Heavy yard wido v' Brown Cotton worth GJc. 101n nyord, choico nlyles in fiuo lt-2Vj nnwSatiuos. E a yard, for heavy and wide Staudard chock apron Gingham a yard, for Genuine Lotisdnlo Bleached cotton, sold elsowhoro at 10c 1ft for 18x80 Heavy Puro tinon Towels. for Cotton llouoy-comTowels. Kp unit Itnudoin mixed Shirts Termini, and Dmu'nm. -w " Cltrtiiin , "'f Ribbed Tall, silk bouud front, nud the lxt vnlun over offered for our vVondorful Now York Mills Muslin, lino linen bosom uulnundred shirts. 48c lien's heavy White Merino fiftn volj 8c 23c Iflp for Geuuiuo Homo Knit wool Socks. Kplp JtJL H IT!!. o young republic was nn object of Suoh Kuropcan and surensm. visitors as Dickens, Moore and O'ltcll havo from tlmo to tlmo misrepresented tho American republic's capital In tho newspapers and books of tho old world. rldl-cul- It seems but yostcrdny, nor searco so long ago, when tho capital of this $6.00 Suits to $5.00. a running mate to this Suit, we are selling a obby, light weight Overcoat As Tim ErnEsiAniANA. And what yra Oooso creek oneo la Tiber now) This embryo capltol, whore fancy sees Squares In morasses, obelisks In trees. seers even notr adorn Which second-sighte- d With shrlaos unbuilt for heroes yet unbornl" "In fancy nov, beneath the twilight gloom. Come, let me lend you o'er this 'second Homo' Whoro trlbunoi rule, whero dujliy DutI bow, For $5.00, Worth $7.50. J. H. ANDERSON & CO. luc " o b ,ul' 000 1 BLANKETS. I! nfria flfty-tlirc- So wroto T.'iornns Moore, tho Irish poet and wit, on tho occasion of his visit to Washington in 1S01, nnd tho American pcoplo havo always hold a sort of grudge against tho writer for Yet there was his biting satire. doubtless truth In it nt tho time, for lion. John Cotton, then member of congress from Connecticut, describes tho city as "a now settlement," of which tho nvenuos und streets wcro portrayed only on paper, nud Pennsylvania avenue, tho pnrado ground of the nation, was "a deep morass, covered with older bushos, which wcro cut through from tho unfinished capltol to tho president's; Indeed, tho burfneo of tho city generally boing covered Janl" Tho simple, hut' impressive ceremo-nlo- s were opened with prayor by tho blind chaplain of the senate, Kov. W. II, Milburn, President Cleveland delivered u brief address, and, after masonic ceremonies which wero especially Interesting because of tho fuct that tho ancient order, with President Washington os grand mastor, laid tho corner stone, tho oration of tho day was delivered by Hon. William Wirt Henry, of Richmond, Vn., n lineal descend-ou- t of Patrick Henry and a lending ndvoaato, legislator, scholar nnd of the Old Dominion. Mr. Henry Is a man well calculated to grace -the occasion. He wns born on the old homestead of the Henrys nt Itcd Hill, Charlotte county, Vn., and educated nt the University rt Virginiu. Ills early progress at the liar wns Interrupted by the war, but after Nerving with dl- his-tori- Dirfcss Goods! J3i?&&& we-have 9Rrn Goods! & ;c oc Ira CHRISTIAN TOMIISTONE AND "LVnAnUM." & .MOl ,5k n gnr-den- m I John of Jernsnlcm, established at llhodcs, and who struck somo coins at Ajasaloulc In JS05. Tho letter to tho TUE VXITED BTATilS CAI'ITOU church nt Kphcsus, In tho Hook of calls to mind that tho "candlestick of Kphcsus" has been utterly re- erlth scrub oak bushes." Even Daniel Unction under tho banner of the conmoved. No religion of nny kind has a Webster, tho orator, at tho laying of federacy, ho returned to practice, nt building there. Tho tcmplo of Diana, tho capltol extension corner stone, IUchmond, where he soon hecume a leader He sorved two tonus In tho tho Turkish mosquo and tho Greek nearly fifty years later, while Idealiz church nre wlpod away. Tho city is ing tho scene with his matchless word house of dolegatosnnd one In the senground Into the dust. Tho elegant painting, with refcrenco to the past ate, while In 1870 ho was called upon buildings, temples, colonnades, forums, and a subitum apostropho to tho futuro to deliver the oration nt tho Philadel markets, theaters, where Alexander city, was compelled to admit that it phia centennial. Of Into a cars ho has walked, where Antony and Cleopatra was "comparatively Inconsldorablo ;ln devoted a great deal of his tlmo nnd energy to historical studies, and us luxuriated, where Paul and Timothy numbers and wealth." Undoubtedly these things wero truo president of the Virginia historical nnd John taught the people, are now In tho veriest dirt, or burnt up into lime, In tho tlmo ot Washington and in tho societies and by his writings has ador transported piecemeal to build tlmo of Webstcri but If they could look vanced both his own fame nml tho litstructures In other cities, or boxed up now upon tho great capital of the na- erature of tho lund. After the rending of a. brief historical for museums, while tho sito Is given tion, grown Intomoro than a realization over to tho storks, tho weeds und the of their dreams, how they could smile nt sketch of the capltol, tho formal of the day wero concluded with tho carping critics of their times! deadly fever. Tho words of Webster ns ho con- music by n chorus of 1,000 voices, An interesting bit ot history is trasted the times of Washington with accompanied by the Mnrlno band, In tho burled up In tho narao of village Ajasalouk. It is a Turkish his own aro doubly nppllcablu on tho rendition of tho nation nnthem, "Tho word, but it is the equivalent for tho occasion of tho centennial eclobration Stnr Spangled Ilanner." Our Justly Greek words "Ilaglous Theologos," of tho laying of tho capltol corner celubratcd bond, under tho leadership j of Prof. Pancullll, wns augmented by which mean "Holy Theologian." This stono: Tbo samo 200 other musicians, n majority of them "Changed Is everything around. contains tho recollection of somo holy upon bis head which now church porsonngo who once resided sua Indeed shone The same broad rtrcr rolled being of military bands in tho departshines on yours. hero. Is It Paul, Timothy or John who at his feet, and bathes Ms last resting place, ment of tho Atlantic. Tho voeal deis hero remumbured as tho "holy theo- that now rolls at yours. Hut tho slto of this partment, undor tho management of city was then mainly an open field. Streets Dr. Frank Hone, ono of our host news-pajc- r logian?" combeen laid out men and a thorough musloian, A copy of tho Kpheslan DIunn may sndkttnuca hueelncopubllo grounds and Inclosed pleted, nquarci and be seen In tho Naples museum, a and ornamented, until Ibe city which bears his was n glorious success. Tho patriotic singular picco of statuary, in yellow namo has become tho seat of government of u song was rendered in a mnnnor most enjoyable and Inspiring. and black marble. That she fell down great and united people." years Our hundred hlstory-muklnThe grand stand was located on tho from heaven may bo attributed to tho -. winap Pelli'KuUr l'rlrv. theory that tho statue was carved out havo brought to tho once despised vil- central cast front of tho capltol, nud NOTION COUNTKIl. ncil, labli-u-, Ac. to Im found liKNTs'rini.NISJIIMJS. at TIIK K.M.KKr. and Me 0 llalr plnn.'o of a meteorite which had in the early lngo by tho Potomac a glorious vindi- President Cleveland stood upon tho . Jtcn't Cotten 8ux 4c. tin. want no better adrurtlnlni; Airato llutton Doauro ages fallen in thnt region. Among the cation. Kvcn'tho burlosquo prophecy exnet spot whoro his Inaugural uddross Wool 6ux truui l&i un. than tli rlilldren. Wvll l'hn lo Uca'i I.lnen Collar do up. Christian relics found was a tombstono of Tom Mooro has eomo truo almost to was delivered last Murcli. The orator iileaedxteuller: Need Ira lo tf... Vit.ald An l"ilr Oullaraa for Jo. in tho shnpo of n cross, tho top of tho tho letter. This Is "n booond Homo," of the day, distinguished visitors, ' L'tiabrniKCil Die- - 1 nimble lo Uea't Uuderwrnr, llir Webiiler'a Staple notions other uk Ao cress being represented by a woman's and her single hill Is tho political guests nnd participants In tho cereand llonarr .rnt. u tho Vi khrvla bso (or we nil at le. We are the city. our tltow Nolo I'mr to bead. Tho "lobarum" or nucient center of a greater and grander realm monies wore so situated as to bo visible OrlKlnator of Price. u Knvelope lo WooniT liiinclrwlant COUSliT KBl'T. symbol for Christianity was also dis- than that of which tho proud Itomnns to every ono of tho mdny thousands Hlatlontiry at Ira than II llm at halt value. Corel Wo up covered here nnd there. It took us ever dreamed. "This embryo capital" who thronged tho grand pluvn. DurHAT DKl'T. rot othvr uiereliniiw. Her ing tho evening entertainment, from 8 1IANUKBKC1UKF JM"T Now Ilatt nearly an hour of rapid walking, In Is in embryo no longer. oliunit IIOSIUUY A UMiKUWUAK dally from aoint, uruvd aalo MlMtHt'.'O Up hadlea' Deparluimit. to 10 o'clock, the samo muslcul talent tho blazing sun, to make tho dlstnnco t () to OOu on tlta dollar, UuSlMSOUp was utilized for a grand open nlr conI.aillea' Uoiu Coltnn fo hpoourllat licfonuiont. from tho great theater to tho rn II road Mr in Soup l.adk'' llo40 Uollon, good To lie doten ullk liauilkcrchlef TINWAIti; DKl'T. cert upon tho capltol steps, while a restation. Taking tho train wo ngaln to ino at auction price. Kctylody lu I'hrUllan Co., Udlr' I(o Wool It to ita ception was In progross in tho rotun passed over tho picturesquo road. At can Irllyuu how cheap we .Mjeho $ up. da. flvo o'clock wo wcro In Smyrna At Wohareaokl in iioiry iruui y Tho grand parade, under tho oom-tnawo were diving from a .Wo don't buy our goods regular; wo do buy Job Lots; wo will buy any of Gon. Ordway, was so arranged small boat into tho sea, enjoying a thing from a ueedlo to n Threshing mitcuiue if it is cheap enough and tbero that civil organizations wore given tho delicious bath nfter our dusty and hot right of tho lino, tho procession being isa demand for them. Wo deal iu Iiargaius; wo don't waut your money trnmp'ovcr tho slto of Kphesus. At six . you got value roeeivod, mid anything uot as roprosonted, tho money will led by tho Knights Templar and other ' jia 'i o'clock, with wot locks, 1m twit It an iiitaf-- bo refunded. Everything markod iu plain figures; cno price to all. bodies of freo masons. This plan was exhilarating glow of rest and comadopted and carried out been it to tho fort, wo wcro clambering up tho gaug-wa- y OATKWAV TO Till! STAniUM. laying of the eoruor stono wns a clvlo of our steamer, which, as If waitund uot n military or warlike occuring for tho conclusion of our bath, Imhis work, digging over tho entire area, mediately wolghed anchor nnd turned rence. Ily far tho most Interesting ns far as tho means at his hands would her head toward Constantinople. body in tho procession uus Alexanallow. Tho results wore very rich. dria lodge, with tho Insignia worn and Amos W. Pattkx. Mo discovered tho slto of tho temple of tho gavel used by President WashingDinna, us well as tho location of tho FARMING IN FOREIGN LANDS. ton In tho original cornerstone Injiug. great stadium, tho amphitheater and There were also lodges of the Order ot Thk minister of agriculture for .Gertho forum. The objects preserved aro Odd l'ullowe, Including tho uniformed iion. wiixiam wmr hbmiv, found mostly In the llrltish museum, many has reduced Mie forest duties, la cantons, und the It. P. O. Klks, with view of tho scarcity ot feed btuils. where they are n grout attraction to havo developed Into hand-som- o tho Oldoht Inhubitunts' aielatlon, Tins Increase of Russian grain ex- "morasses" tho stndont of archtcology, squares and nvenuos, which no tho Veteran Volunteer firemen, und Wo walk over tho niln of tho great ports to countries in tho Meditercity in Kuropo can excel. Tho Wash- other olvltf societies. Then eiiine tho stadium or race course, with tho tho-lit- raneans particularly to Spain, has been ington monument, tho grandest obelisk Grand Army men with the Souh of Vetone end. Wo also Hud somo noteworthy, at in tho world, lifts Its stately head erans, ohlle the Klelimuml, Norfolk Is New Zealand there has been ex- abovo tho trees; statues to tho nation's and I'ruderlelodiurg tttinp of confeddlstanco away tho great uniphlthcater hold 25,000 people. ceptionally wet weather, unfavorable heroes, which "second-sightewhich could havo seers" erate veterans ulso partleipatwl. Then Some ot tho scats aro still lu position. for stock, though prices havo been faif-l- y saw truly, adorn tho matiy parks, camo the national guttnht of the Dismalutalnod. What a bt of history renters horel while under the great dome of what Is trict, i eg n la r troops from Port Moyur I.v tho south ot Spain, wood, iasture universally admitted to bo tho grandGreek, Itoman, Persian, Christian, Moand tlu l lilted Status sailors and hammedan havo held power hero. In lauds und fluids with growing oropi est building of any government on marines, headed by the Murine baud, tho year Mi II. C. Cruusus besieged tho have been devastated by (Iros, und earth our "trlhunos rule over a great with other hands ml libitum. Tho city, and Plndarus, seolng that there farmhouses destroyed. line of innroh was from "1'robldnnt'H and united people." Owing to a sharp frost early in July, Certainly tho fair capital olty lias square" to the uapltjl, thu Mime was little elianoj of Hiving It excopt by stratagem, ordered It to be united the huokwheat crop of western ltubsia just occasion to eelobrato the. triumph ground truvcrwMl by the original When the uupitol was renehud by cords to tho tomplo of Diana, which was entirely destroyed, and p Itatocs which tlmo has brought. Washington -frost-bitte' T lIL l ,iE- -i 'ft hi I has had many great celebrations, both thu various bands murehed to thu wair seven stadia distant. Ily this were also of thu Marine bund, ami A tiiiai. shlpniir.it of oranges from political and military, but never ouo of means tho city and its Inhabitants siioli local Intoroht, inaugurations are the (HiruiuouleH Mimmeneed with thu wuru lu a manner dedicated to Diana Queensland arrived Iu London lu splenpolitical affairs, and Interesting ohlelly rendition of "Hall Columbia" by tho and placed under her protection, and did condition, but in ono of tho fruit was too ripe. to tho viotorlous party; tho gram! greatt ohyru and uousolidated btuuls. Crcosus, having rcspoot to tholr strataI'fmn tltti eommnuuvinent uf the Tiih wheat harvest in Italy yielded army reunion wus, to a uortuiu extent, gem, granted the citizens their liberty o march until thu eloto of thu iitut reMulzo, sectional, the knights Umplar returns. At tho samo tlmo ho exiled Plndarus vory satisfactory "Ti olives and vines promised good erops, a society affair, and tha only cel- ception thu I'lireuinnliHi wert ooiitln-uothe tyrant. t's Just; as c5flod rhe Grocer said m V without delay or friction. It vvus Tor mora than two centuries Kphcsus and fodder brops wero benefited by ebration wo have had for many years i fljuan cuniErrnsoAP ar&ber (Proffering which Is mainly of loeal slgnlllcauoo such un enjoyable and patriotic event paid tribute to Persia under Cyrus, late ruins. F is What wewanh have tiou ami now 017 hand Diiii.no the first half of tho prosont was the celebration of tho unnlvormry that a movement is ulread.v un foot to cS Cumbyses, Dnrlus.Xorxos nnd others, to We'll cerlaiolijiflkerrooll;r,WuserK)nbul lbebslt make the time of Alexnndor tho Great. Dur year, tho United Kingdom Imported of tho laying of tho oornur stone of tho induce ouugrttK to Irgul Corner Htona 1, iy lu the Awiall slirevd dcakrs kc?p lt,are ijou behind Hie rest: 7" Ing this tlmo Kphcsus was ruled suc- 03,000 tons of hay, as compared with capltol. Tho day will always mark an day a permanent miiij 1 nt cessively Itf tyrants, oligarchies und CO.000 tons durliur the first six mouth epoch lu tho history of this city, and District uf lolumlilu St- n, slon of the crty In tho thirteenth ccn- -' tury, nnd built n considerable town at AjaMtlouk, which, with Kphcsus itself, fell Into tho hands of the knights of There was never in the history of Hophinsville such a large stock of Dress Goods and Gtoahs as we can offer, the people this fall. Every style of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks canbb found in our store this season and no lady can have any excuse for leaving our house this fall in search of a hnndfonie dress, as there is not a color that cannot be found in our stoch. Our Millinery stoch is the largest ever had and we will sell Hats cheaper than any house in the city . Ml our shoes go at cost, Unlaundered Shirts at Neiu Yorh cost. All our goods were bought to sell, not to heep. Come and see us RICHARDS CO., HC2J The Spot Cash Bargain House. t??nm?m?????m?m??mn??t????? THE RACKET COMPANY. 3VOOJtI01Vrr,15I. OF HOPKINSVILLE, eJg 321 Union IAMD PALACE. 3VC. THE GREAT DEPARTMENT STORE, (Formerly of Hophinsville,) Howe. Bric-a-bra- o, cero-moni- Street. NASHVILLE, TENJST i nr HAS TUB MOST ELEGANT LINE OF ill l mm. Sterling Silver, Clocks, 1 DliOIt g i&3&5. fr lrnl prompt and careful attention. stooh. or write him what yon want Mail orders will receive special attention. If your Watch needs repairing send it to him and it will receive Bronzes, And all goods to be found in the South. If yon want anything in the Jewelry; line call and see Ids FALL AND TAKE THE flvo-thlrt- un-los- s 11 The Racket Company, SUITINGS nut minium sivlce, anil with un oyo o pkusu thu must fastidious, ami suit lie most subdued. Wo cordially Invite you to oxainlno our SWUNG AND 8UMMKK STYLES hofoioplaclnfj ourorilor. WINTER Mono.n Route Tlio Popular aaJ Vltttl Hot to dm Suit am cut ami mudo by the CHICAGO And all points NORTH sod NORTHWEST. World's Fnlr vlsilora reraomljor that tho 1IONON ROUTE is tho lino with Voitibulo trains Diuiuff Cars, Palace Chair Cars, Pullman Superb Sleopert, Lowest Rates and No Chant's of Cars. For further Inforwaliou addros JftH,Jiurkor,0,P,A,, Chicago, 1 or W, O. Crush, O P A. LouIitiIIo, Ky er N. TOBIN, HOTEL HENDERSON Knllrolynow ami Hrst Mass In all roBiicots. Hxcollont Sainplo llooins iul torvlcu uiiemialcd in tho olty. U. F, & Merchant Tailor. E. P. RUSSEta, (Formorly of Elkton, Ky,) d Surgeon Physician On Doulilo Cur Lino, Proprietor., I l Kj.kuibukii, OltlctalDr. Illnkwsu's nlinand. Uourt til Ky. Ilomlorsou, riUXl NATIONAL mi I aSLJIPI HI br-nu- lg' t MANNING BROWN, M. o., pine-appl- BARBER K SHOP, Priuitico limited to dlsousoa OPTHK- - ZJ W, W. GRAY, PROP. NINTH bT.,NKAlt WAIN, eon-oluv- Eyet Eur, Nose and Throat, OIllcu In MfUfliiittl iinlitn I d SHAVING 10 SHAMPOOING 26 HAIR CUTTING ami riollilnf but CriWelaa versM'. si' HOI'IUKSVILLK, Iiti.hliiiK. KICNTUOKY. Olliico IflUI JUVIUI SWaullt 25cent. l.it fMhlim H.j, rsrlr'' Uuna t WMHEnsg WW II DENTIST, orer Kelly'w Jewelry Store, 'J ticgr-rof,- 4liniitd,. a y it tuviil i nn i.i.ey u i & IIOPKINSVILLE, In our very midst, not in finanoial oiroles but in prices. BTOOK don't ooant for much now. "We must have and in order to get it we will sell " tu; iower ncruros tnan over cmoteu. nere oeiore. w e win w-"OwA-SIESCj-lks k! Nal8, V Qfi ijojiliiuQiiiUf Stcntucltiim. ttnisbiDUisni mt ieiiiit CHAS. M, MKACHAM. I JB80MTTIO $2 A. n mm, TEAK IK ADVJJJOB Spe- MOclrtmltni:nottcci30eenU.erllne. locl ( cents por tin eacb Insertion. Hatesn, orstandlns; adtortUomenU furnlitiod onap-toatlo- Obo IS a4 SO Jtlata Btmt. 1893 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Stato Soualor, W. R. HOWELL, For Representative, ALEXANDER GAMTBELL. For Supt. of Schools, S. L. FROGGE. City Council Ticket. First B. II. Holland. Second Ward M. 0, Forbes. Wnrd-eo. Third Fourth Wnrd-- F. Fifth Wnrd-- E. Wnrd-G- Sixth Wnrd-- E. W. SoTonth Ward-- M. Stoolo. W. Dabnoy. W. Walkor. M. Flack. A. PTool. Gov. Brown has uamod Doc. 1 as thodayfortho oxocutlon of Goorgo Armstrong, tho Sponcor county murderer. Tho formal closinc coromonios of have been declared off account of Mayor Harrison's death. the World's Fair to-da- y Oacnr D. Wetherill, City Comptrol. lor, bocomo8 acting Mayor to Buccood Mayor Harneon. Ho is sixty yoars old and a Republican. Sinco Hon. Boanerges Clark, tho Democratic candidato from Bowling Green, is euro to bo elected to tho Legislature, will ho kindly explain to n curious public where ho trot that front name of bis7 Tho Silver mon having decided to tot tho repoal bill como to a voto, tho formal rojwal of tho Sherman law was expected yostorday afternoon. Several of tho amendments woro voted down last week, that for free coinngo by 37 to 33 votes. Tho Lady Managers of tho World's Fair last summor tendered Socrotary Carlislo a little spread upon tho occasion of his visit to Chicago. The board sont tho bill, about $500, to Congress and Congress refused to pay it, whereupon Secretary Carlisle wont down into his own pocket and paid tho bill. Tbo maccaroon and cup of toa that he consumed was about tho dearest lunch any statesman over consumed. The reception committee being out of money, is not in a position to adjust the matter with tho victim. Tho Glasgow Times is doing the finest campaign work of any paper in Kentucky. Jim Richardson is making lifo a burden to "William Honry Jones," tbo Republican candidate for tho Senate, whom ho charges with a member of tho last Sonato and proceeds to prove tho charge by a statement from tho Auditor's office that Jones drew 52,920,20 from tho treasury during tho C31 days of tho long parliament. If the Domocrats fail to elect their candidato, Hon. Geo. T, Duff, it will not bo tho fault of tho Glasgow Timet.', bo-iu- g Wo road niton about men being ewayod by tho eloquence of somo orator, without letting tho mind dwell upon tho fftco that such things actually occur in theso days and times. An example is reported from Birmingham that shows how tho eloquent appeal of one man, whoso namo was not given, saved tbo lifo of a bruto. John Cole, a negro, assault-o- d w young woman at Cuba station. Ho was arrested, idontiGod and taken chargo of by n mob, who started to the woods to hang him. Tho ropo had boon placed around tbo brute's neck, when one of the mob mounted a stump and for ten minutes mado a fervont appeal for law and order. Ho fiually proposed a vote and, although tho crowd had previously been of ouo mind for death, tho voto stood 37 to 25 in favor of tho law, and tho trembling wretch was taken to jail at Livingston, ono-flft- The November issue of Romanco marks tho beginning of tho twelfth volume, and the magazino colobratea tho occcsioQ by an onlargemont of in its s!zo, making it by far tbo largest poriodical devoted to stories in tho world, This sign of prosperity will be noted with Batisfao tion by its many admirors, who will find tho incroasu in quantity attendod by that corresponding improvement in quality which marks tho succoss-JV- o issues of this interesting maga-ziuThe number opous with a Thanksgiving story by Mary E. Wil-kinin her most characteristic vein; thero is also n second Thaukegiviug story in an entirely diiToront etylo by R, L. Ketcbum, while another soa sonablo talo is "An Indian Summer Wooing" by Mira Clark Farsons. Among tho many other contributors aro Alphonso Daudet, Julia Ditto Young, Jamos Franklin Fills, Eliza Lynn Linton, Juliau Hawthorne, Albert Hardy and Guy do Maupassant. Irrosistibly humorous talos, thrilling war stories, and absorbing narratives of love, mystery pathos ittd. ndvonturo proyido abundant variety, and continue to mako what is probably the most attractive numbor of a story wagazino ovor prlntod, g Romanco fa isauwl by Romanco Company, CJlulon Hall, Astor l'jaco, eiow xorir, hi u rauwn "jvi or S2X0 a vMn and a eamnla cony of h rcnt mimbor will bo sent lor 10 s Pub-litihln- American Book Co. Ploaoo road tho self from tho gloomy valoof primillvo Mayor Carter Harrison Killed. .VordsWlth tho Bark On. extract from tho same company's cir- Ignorance and degradation to tho Tho present campaign in Christian Mayor Carter II. Harrison, Mayor of cular and say who are tho sinners if high opon plain of modern enlightcount has boon different in somo re Chicago, wannnsnRsinatodat his homo any havo sinned. This ii ono of tho spools from nil previous ones, Tho in Chicago nt 7:25 o'clock Snturday Wonk and Dyspeptic arrows of tho William Tell of tho 'Re- enment and civilization, yet Is man publican party, of whom it is said his insatiato. Asthu travolor pursues tho Republican party, which was so utter night by n crauk named Eugeno PatUooiPb Bartapartlla aave Strmfftk arrows uovor miss, ly icpudlatcd nt tho polls lost year, rick Prondorgast, a nowspnper carrier retreating mtrairo so mau has pursued and l'crfeatlyf Cured. "Tho adopted books In our county progress and, whilo ho ovortakos, yet in the Presidential otection, has gath- in tho servico of tho Tim w, which was are in gonoral uso, and nro giving ered itself together in this county and ownod ky Mr, Hnrrisou. Prondorgast gonoral satisfaction. Thoro is no de- does ho pursuo. Flushotl, though uot tho ritigstors who control il aro ma- gavo ns a reason that ho had been mand for a chango of books in this satisfied, with present success, lod by county, Books are furnished to the hope, and goaded by necessity, ho king a desporato effort to crock llio promised a position by Iho Mayor peoplo at list price. I do not think pushes on after progress iu yet a party lash ovor tho colored votors and which ho had failed to got. Tho tho poopU want ony change" Jas. forco thorn to elect a ticket foisted murdoror was n beardless fellow about Morgan, Christian county. Who aro higher degree, and bo will contiuuo lo yenra old, who called Mr. Harrison upon them by tho Hopkinsvillo 2i you expecting to mako laws on this tho end of time. subject! Do you soot Other certifiWinoly was it ordained that man O A B A L. Tho party is dead protty to tho door and shot him threo times, cates from tho best mon and women should be Insatiable, for though it much ovorywhoro else, but tho tail is Prondorgast thon went to a pollco in tho county can bo given. disposition that caused tho still w.iggiug horo in Christian county. station nnd gave himsolf up. Mr. I wish also to iefer you to tho res- was this downfall of both Satan and man, yet is u.ily within the Inst few days Harrison expired in flfteon minutes It olutions passed by tho Christian County Teachers' Institute hold, Aug. has it boon tho sole causo of tho that they havo succeeded in enlisting after ho was shot. Ho was serving 1, 1892. subsequent upward strldo. tho services of a corps of workers. his fifth term as Mayor aud mado a Rosolved That wo ondorse the Advancement bolongs only to man. Tlio bosses havo hold thoir night public speech tho day ho was killed. following resolutions adopted by tbo uieotings, they havo mado incoudiary Mr. Harrison was to havo boon marHo is tho only species of animal iu convention of county aud city speochos, thoy hnvo circulated faka ried Nov. 7, to Miss Annio Howard, of convened in Louisville, which intolloct predominate. II Is Ky., Doc. 2nd nud 3rd, 1891. king of tho realm of anlmality. Unlike and nmlicious reports on Prof. Froggo, Now Orleans, who was in his house nt Vr. J". K. Whito 1. Rosolved That wo aro unanithoy havo tried by overy moans known tho timo. Ho wns born in 1825 and his subjects, ho does nothing so well Ulnnlnsham, Alabama. mously opposed to Stato contract, his to the corrupt and unscrupulous poli- wont to Chicago in 1855 and grow up Stato publication nnd Stato uniform- at first as at last. RonRon being Mt bnit not word i enough to exprttt ay tician to closo up the Ibrofttoned with tho city, becoming very noalthy. ity in tbo matter of text books for our guide, aud experience his teacher, ho th&ok (or the great beneflti received from public school). gaps in thoir lines, but tho fact re Ho had beeu twico married nnd loavts fevr Vottlci ot Hood's Bxmpurllla. I is constantly approaching nearer to Theeo resolutions were voted on by perfection, lloason must improve; inweak, and It mada me itrongt I was a dyspepmains thin tho most intelligent col sevornl grown children. tic, and It cured me J I was sad and gloomy, Bid such men as Win, Robinson, tbo ored votors nro still lor Prof. Froggf, stinct caunot. The flit uost th bird it made m cheerful and hopeful. And last, candidato for city Tho Georgia Legislature mot last though not least, it taado m an ardent and Jamos Morgan, who was judgo, aud builds - as good ns thn last, while tho driven from aud cannot bo enticed or tho Assistheir position. With a majority of Wednesday. ant Secretary of the meoting. "O carpenter's last houso is far superior consistency thou art a jewel." I don't to his first. GOO or 800, (ho Republicans aro in wish by calling certain names to Christian County Awards. Toachers, wo are of the dynasty of abject foar of defeat for thoir wholo working democrat. All who ban taken Hood's prejudice Bnyone against theso B&rsaparllla Willi roy advice, report rood reAdam, and let us ab tttneherri bo no ticket, nnd not without causo. Tho Editor Kentcckian: but to show to what straits Tho following awards havo been sults. I gladly recommend it to all aoSertra' my opponents are put to carry their exception to tho rule. Cut 1 train tho colored votors of this county havo be J. It. White, M. IX, niralngo&m, Ala. point. If my dofoat i necompli'ihod youug mind better now than I cou'd gun to think Binco they behold the grautod to Kentucky exhibits in tho K. B. It you docltl to take, Hood's I four yeais ago! Could I secure a betdo not be Induced to buy any ttiar will tbo text books be changed? Department by tho wholesalo desertion of tho Republi Agricultural Instead. IailU upon HOOD'S. am bound to answer in tho affirma- tor certificate of qualification now can party last year by tho best men Award company of the Exposition: tive from thoir action. Who will piy Hood'o Pllla are. On tobacco 9, hemp 15, corn 20, eatl and eSecbvo. Drs best family eatnatBo, for tho folly T Every man or woman than I could four years ago uinler tho in it. They sow it repudiated by Try a Bex. SSceate f who soiids a child to school. loading bnnkors, merchants and busi- wheat 11, grasses nnd grass seeds 21, What same oxamiunri Daes not my pwwut will you hnvo to pay iu (.hristian school pay mo bettor than the one I of Re- in nil 89. Of theso Christian county ness men ovon in this hot-be- d S. L. FROGGE'S CARD. county! $18,677, besidea losing ev- taught ono year ago! Lot each teachpublicanism, and they wore put to has received tho following: Trndo ery book now ownod bv tho poor peoer ask himself thco quostions and thinking and they aro still thinking. of Hopkinsvillo, on hhd. black wrap plo of tho county. S. L. Froggo. g Repub- por; tobacco growers answer thorn honostly. Can every of Christian To the voters of Christian County: They saw tho BCnsor Christian county teacher answor thoso themselves Democrats county, loaf tobacco; M. V. Dulin, licans doclaro "The Stato Board shall from timo Twenty-nln- a Children. affirmatively T Let overy one who can in tho recent registration, and if tho Crofton, broad corn; Poto P. Mason, to timo, select and recommend a Mrs. Samuel Bennett, of Tanner, largo whito corn ; Tom G. proper course of study, and suitable respond through the columns of this party has becomo too corrupt for Gracey, Gilmer county, W. Va., gave birth to paper with an article on "Tho Way to should colored men Gaines, Nowstead, willis corn; J. D. list of s for all tho common her twenty-nint- h white mon, why boy a fow days Bgo. not follow tho examplo of their white Clardy, Nowstead, corn, wheat nnd Bchcols of the State, from which list Mn. Bennett is now 46 years old. Improve." Betwoon advancement and decline red clover Beed;E. B. Lyle, Church tho County Superintendent of tho allien and dosert the sinking ship! Hor husband is 53. Tho twenty-nin- e there is no middle point. The mothere nny reason why tho col- Hill, whentj J. F. Gnrnott, Casky, various counties shall adopt tbo boys are all aliva and hearty. This Is is ored votors of this county should conj whoat; M. V. Owon, Hopkinsville, books to bo used in their respective tho largest crop of children in any one ment the moon ceasos to wax hhe to wane. The moment nn obA. M. Honry, Newslead, counties, which books shall not be tinuo to sell thoir souls to a Republi- Timothy; county in that prolific atate. Unfortufor a lot of broken promises? red clover seed; W. H. Adams.Church changed oftenor than onco every five nately the Bennotts are Republicnns, ject moving agsinst tho force of gravican ring With a voting strength of 2,800, thoy Hill, tobacco seed. (13.) years." Common School Law, Art and if this sort of things continues tho ty ceases to ascend it begins to At this moment every toachor havo kept 700 whito Republicans in IV Soc. G. Tho present list of text Democratic majority in tho above is either becoming a botter teacher or books were a.lopted under Supt. DEATHS. power for twenty yoars. Thoy havo Champlin and when Supt. Renshaw stato will bo in danger. Ex. he is becoming a poorer teochor. Tho seldom beeu permitted to run for tbo Beware of Ointments for came into otEco he s Catarrh That very moment the toacher oecomea Rickmin An infant daughter of samo list with some additions and one whon they havo forced Contain Mercury, . contented with his present condition, on tho tickets thoy havo boon Mr. R. G. Rickmao, of Casky, died of year or nearly so after I camo in, or as soon as tho adoption expired, I as m9rcury will surely destroy the he begins to retrograde. Let us erysipelas Sunday evening. stabbed in the back by their made tho samo adoption according to sense of sen oil and completely de- slrivo to kuow more. Only tho in 1 friontta This is no idle stateLaot. Mrs. Amanda Lacy, wifo of tho above fixed price at range the whole system when enterment for campaign purposes. It is a Mr. Elijah Lacy, died at her homo which eachlaw, with ato be retailed by ing it through tho mucous surfaces. quisitivo learn. "Quia" tho best aubook was thors daily. Do not be idle in the matter of record. near Sinking Fork Sunday afternoon, our merchants for cash. I made but Such articles should novor be used schoolroom. Associate with intelligent pub- oxcopt on prescriptions from reputaLcnk at tho mutilated political re- after an illness of several weeks, The one addition aud that was not t ble physicians, as the damage thoy poople. Read the currant news. Bo mains of Alex. Thompson, who was causo of death was dropsy of the lished by tho American Book Co. am willing for you to compare said will do is ten fold to the good you ever roady to exchange money for instruck down by his own party away brain. Sho was 43 years old. She prices with any Stato or school and I can possibly derive from them. Hall's formation. back in tho early seventies! leaves a husband and soveral small am 25 por cent, lower than any State Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Writo for tho papers. Go to tho nt tho melancholy fate of children. Tbo interment took place with State publication, or State con- Cheney & Co , Toledo, O., contains no Look J. B, Butler. books. I mercury, and is taken internally, act- World'B Fair. Wyatt Watt, who mado ono of the at Hopowoll Cemotory Sunday after- tract and havo far superior om opposed to a monopoly of text ing directly upon the blood nd mumost vigorous cunvnssos over soon in noon. books. In State publication and cous surfacos of the system. In buythe county, aud yet ho was delivered you monopoly ing Hall's Catarrh Cure be you havo Peace Laura Underwood Peace, Stato isadoption dangerous a and blight- get tho genuine It is taken sure internalover (o tho enemy bound hand and that at onco d tbo bright little ly, and mado in Toledo, Ohio, by F. ing to our school system. foot by his own whito brethren. Wy-ntt'- a And I fully ondorse the action ot J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials freu. finally assuaged daughter ot Mr. W. H. Peace, died disgust was of fover at tho homo of her parents on tho Georgia Farmers' Alliance wheu EgTSold by Druggist, price 76c. per with a menial position at Owonsboro, unauimoualy such West Seventh street Saturday after- it voiod I wish to givo against compar- a bottle. you a fraud. but not by tho votes of his party. noon. The interment took place in ison ot prices and you can boo the Then came the political destrucVital! euro Dyspepsia. Hopowoll Cemotory Sunday after- - prices from the oOicial lists. Tho tion of Johu JDickons, and his fall California list, State publication, is neon at 3 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. was nnothor example ot tho doctrine It has been given out that, with tha the sympathies of a wido from Supt. iiabcoek,oian.tirnnci8co, can vot but tho Poaco have that the "nigger" December number, the personal equacirclo of friends in tho loss their Uftl. Prices during Renshaw's adminis"white man" must cat tho pie. child. tration aro from Hopper Bros. My tion will be eliminatod from Fetter's Evou tho children of your rnco re prices from my own ollicial circular to Southern Magazine, and that popular member what happonodto Ed Glass, CurroN. Jas. B. Clifton, a young LOB pOOjllO Ul VjUUBUtlU VAJUUIJ I periodical will be known in tha future and Dr. Lillard nnd Bob Lander. If man of Daysville, Todd county, died Froyge Cal. Ilemhaw Magazine. Gen. as the Southern .su .11 .si you doubt that they woro Btabbod in from malarial fover on the 3rd inst., Speller KNOWLEDGE .1? Basil W.Duko continues as its able . .' 111 Header .' . .41 .Si Header tho back by whito Republicans and after an illness of nine weeks. Mr 2nd Header Brings comfort and Improvement and with Mr. Opio Road as .W .68 M rd ignorainiouBly defeated by tho very Clifton has been in the iuaurnnco bus- History l.oo M us tends to personal enjoyment when associate editor. .76 M Ele'rj. Ueotf .() rightly used. Tho many, who live betparty thoy had supported for years, iness in Nashville for somo time, reThe Southern Magazine is truly ter than others and enjoy life more, with S3 61 13.S5 13.05 and examine tho open poll books turning to the old homo place when Total go representative of tho best culture of lets expenditure, by more promptly wholo books that record thoir political deaths. It is takon ill. About six months ago he The throughlist of and thomight rv ot tho entire South, and is growiug in adapting the world's best products to same with not ono timo, but six times that the married Miss Lillio Barnott, of this the needs of physical being, will attest tio of prices will continue. Does this favor with each issue. It is published tho value to health of the pure liquid same fato has overtaken tho colored county, and ho has many friends in look like the report is true that 1 had by The Southern Magazine Publishlaxative principles embraced in tho candidato when ho appealo.1 to the the county, who will leain with regret failed to watch my county's interest ing Co , Louisville, Ky. remedy, Syrup of Figs. and had mado n bod bargain and whito Republicans for a return for tho of his death. Its excellence Is duo to its presenting my people to be imposed upon in the form most acceptable and pleasdevoted sorvitudo of a life timo. Catce, Mr. Junius Cayce, son of by a heartless corporation T ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly Take Vita lit IJror PHla. Is it any wonder they have begun to In 1892 thoro wore in round uum beneficial properties of a perfect laxMr. G. R. Coyco, of the Beverly After a lapso of nineteen thinkt bora 350,000 children in school. If ative; effectually cleansing the system, neighborhood, died in Huntsville, tho text books of Kentucky had been dispelling colds, headaches and fevsrs years thoy havo reached a stago Ala., last Thursday of malarial fever. changed can you make an estimate of EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. and permanently curing constipation. at in . nino arrives a kitten It has given satisfaction t. rfiilllons and Ho had only been sick a short wbilo tbo cost. About S170.1XW days thair eyes are opon. Under State publicsJiou in C .ill for J. f. Butler, Balnbrldge, Ky., Editor. met with the approval of the medical not until tho day before bis death profesalon, because it acts on the KidAnd now, colored voter, in view of and alarming, nift it takes 1812,423.13 nno thirty-nflneys, Liver and Ilowels without weakown parly, did tho symptoms bocome A little more than IhiH treatment by your GET HIGHER. ening them and it is perfectly free from when his father was tolegraphed, Ho of tho $17C,000 would fall ou Chris- vh should you not turn for onco to substance. Bainiiridoe, Kt , Oct. 25. At one every objectionable tor sale by all drugof tiau couuty, makmR the motle.it little immediately left for the bad-sidSyrup of FUrs is the great party of all the people, the arriving just before dissolu- sum of $13,577, and still she would timo man was unsusceptible of imgists In 60c and $rbottle, but It is manDemocracy of the country T You aro his boh, ufactured by the California Fig 8yrup tion took place. Tho young man had not own a singlo book and would provement. But the guile of the ser ath'wrty to do this in tho school have to pay like California 53.05 for whoso name Is printed on every only been from horns two months and what sho con uow get for f 2 61, Now pent stained bis immaculate soul and Co. only, aluo the name, Syrup of Figs, maltor by tho consent of your own package, responsible and lucrative po- the truth of tho wholo matter is tho novor has he beon bo sinco. Poor unand being well informed, you will not candidato, who has asked for votes held a accept any aubstitute If ouered. sition in a large dry goods establish- adoption of the books of this couuty fortunate man, with a myriad of in basist upou a ment in Huntsville. He was olnjut 21 was mado on Juno 21th, 1891, and tbo firmitlea and a fallibility that is simProf. Froggo has provou himsolf Legislature never met until January and was a very promising, 1892. I was never before that body ply monstrous. But no soouor had your friond. J Your schools are in bet- years old exceeding popular youug on tho subject of books but f am free ho reached the bottom of the scale of tor coudition than eor bofore. The as well as ITCHING PILES man, and his death is much rfgretttd to eoulosn it i bad taken sucb a stand human stato then he begun to n.ictmd. them aud money that custaiiiB SWAYNE'S his motto down Progreai) has b-Tho ro I would havo had several distinguished your children is Democratic by a largo circlo of frlouds. with me iu the matter. through all tho ags, an I progress he OINTMENT malus reached Ihis city Friday night gputlcineu I. nrmr.TTrt-- r mnuifl. monny. If Democrats aro willing lo Judgn J Landes has boon for has made. It husbcnn the goal of all SYMlTOUft-aUktaIU1 latnt MnUW.mat iu tho family bury intorred IT aj tllacUfl mill lall jei.ru n member of tho School Board tax themselves to educato your child- and woro HUiu laaiara farm aralraaa, iug ground, four miles Muth of this of Hopkiufcville, nud they have used his ambitions, the object of all his as ren, mroly you cau trust thorn to dist) alraalaa. aktaraa nud adopted tho publications of the pirations. Though ho has liftod him Saturday. burse tho monoy. 'Is it not fair and city, right that you Hhould show this your benefactors in couiidonco T9 SA.MPJL.1S aSA.I-.I.iO- 'r invito further tboreby and . Consecutive JVo. Is it not good kind treatment? ... Voter's Name, politics ond good business to do sot Residence . You ought to know by thii lime, if WaHSaSlaaalsanaMaMaVaaHSMaaMMS yon havo as much senso as u fishing worm, that tho Kepublicnuu nre not you frlcuds. Thoy aro simply rid-iiupon your backs to get Intoollico, Hum tho Democrats not proton themselves your real frlouds in everything affecting you? In educational matters, In business, in personal fiivora aud kiudneews nine times out of(Jli)ii jou look lo Democrats as your host frieudH nnd your only friends, although you hate been their political enemies for 2D eors Is it not timo to trv ii chnuk'o? Thon voto for Froggo nnd Honell mid Camplwll, For tit it to Sen n I or, For Stato Senator, For State Senator, Send Domocrats to tho Legislature j W. R. 1IOW13LL. i aud thoy cau be of servico to you as I. LANDIJS. J. j" It. 0. CRENSHAW. woll as thoir othor constituents. cau do notli.ug for you nud your votos in Bonding them to Frankt.-..- l fort will bo wasted, sinco thoy will bo without inlluonco or tho ability lo legFor JioprasontulivQ, islate in your iutorests. For Representative, Representative, ALEX, CAMPBELL. I J. W. MORGAN. J. W, LYLE. KTofula eradicated and nil kindred ...I CO dUoasos cured by Hood's Biir.iiiiurll-1h- , which by Us vltallrlng and iiltoru-liv- e 4 cUuiiK, ninko pura blood, feSe!$! jse i'i)'iV 't"n ligsfeishgg kjjifm&m&im H'iirtl..iinnmuiiamiw-.lil- l w'ysiiiiiiniltiiiiWMii nn Un.uj.nmaj.i.i .WW. Sad and Gloomy For Public Benefit Fall Opening ol j., Jmmoth' 1 CLOTHIMG. Men's Fan and If l88k Overcoats. Winter Everywhere the comfort and health depend upon an adequate protection, ana tiiese coats aro NECESSARY GAUM EATS. bo in Price, Style and Quality Our Selection Cannot I lat-tor- 's supor-tntondon- DOUBLE BLIEASTED this style is the one For BUSINESS IN VOGUE S.'WK UVATS. MEWS WEAR Ifus suit is very popular m the Dressy Circles and is a sensible one. tu Hood's s Cures Wo CLOTHING. ......,, Stylus, , 11111 lll Parents are invited to examine these goods Sp eciallies inJil'ii School Suits I PRINCE ALBERT SUITS Our Styles in Cutaways aro un equaled, Iu Timeo Linm Boys' and Children 's DURABLE STIFF and SOFT JI.'JTS. The CUTAWAY and Adapted for Entertainments, Professional Men nud Slntti Occasions. FOR SEMI-DRES- S UP. .f OUR AtKorliU'Ut wo carrv Can't bo found in this city. LATENT STYLES. Our .stock of Shoes and Furnishing Goods is complete: in fact the lead ers of styles and the numers ofprices arc MAMMOTH CLOTHING & SHOE CO., Glass Corner. lifo-lon- text-book- MIIIl..M..in..i.... Only 50c a Year. nrBjSfyTOfErBrf bo-gi- wleliliief I(M r. yv SAMUEL HODGSON, h Vi rJ ror tuapls copj. Address , riuInUmtlne tni tntirUlntBf COORIM CO., 103 BOH) SI., iriTvnrv'invTvrvi trwtvwtv f, lOdS ITALIAN MARBLE. csuuTutt, r"4 Mantfacturer and Inmorter of CLARKSVILLE, TENN., them-solvo- pro-fess- e DR. APPLEMAN, The Specialist, EYE. EAR, NOSE. THROAT AND CHRONIC DISEASES. WILL UK AT riMEKIX HOTKL , .n i.v5n Kn -,- ..... Aftor and i most de sirable EASTERN GRANITE MONUMENTS, TABLETS, and STATUARY. 10 Vftnrtt wJUi)h tWilR. None but the best material used. F. M. AVHITLOW Is our Solicitor for work. vuimui (irrwrlnnm ten font nnl1.l..l il.- -i omo i . : irimiio vuo1 u nttiiiiiui nuu w"v.uutmanner. ii.....i u.wu I KSHi man's nock, BvgB"! for wmo candy--Fa- y just a pock. Give mo somo Pickles Saur Kraut nnd Jam; Uivo ine Bomo Onions, Tatars nud Ham, Hnvo you no boarders, hungry na bparaf Havo you tried feeding yo ir lK)nrdrs on IVnrnl Givo thorn sotuo 'LaH,tM, R,nus, Hico nud Corn. TJMiKihj'h the man to buy 'om from suro as you'ni born. nuer uio tit-a-i is over, 'i After tliH crowd has dined, After you'vo nnflhed the diblit.- -, Thou you'll havo poaco of mind. You'll know that tho crowd U happy, Chunk full of fuu nnd grub; Glad that McKEE had provided After tho deal. A iittio maiden cbmbcHl nn old Thursday, Nov. 16th. AlBlBlBlBlBlBKrA&H A eleven-year-ol- CV-- ", editor-in-chie- bo-go- Ilrluw are the names ot a lew J she patients ne n cured lue pan year Jlenry McKlnnejr, llnuitonvllle, Ky., Ca tarrh anil Kldnev Trouble. K, . Orentreel, Taducali, Kjr., Kidney and jiunuer i mume Ueorge Simmons, Princeton, Ky., Catarrh and Kervoufl l'ro.tratlon. K. K. llemtrlx, New Madrid, Mo., Stomach ana MTer vicra.r. ;ly ton Will. Winchester, Kr., Catarrh. FDEKIIEE I UNEERUKI1. Un- Undertaking in the Best Style by an dertaker with 17 years experience. A COMPLETE LINE OF BRAN NEW JpNITURE. 887 Cases Cured in 1J- Months. Full Line of WAJXPAPER of LATESTllESlGNS, Old Stand. u e Xonsmej pulllaheU except by con.ent ot paiiem. A Few Unsouglti Endorsements by Geo. O. Thompson's tho Press: Winchester I)en'rat "After an extended tilTe.tlgatlini we nr- - led to Mlee that Dr 'wlallnt Applenmu lis. noc.Uala. n medical In the treatment ol chmnlodlreaae " . Lebanon Kuterirle'lr A.iplcnun large practice here wsta ira'ned by vurlnit ta.ei thai were con.tdered incurable" I)r Apuleman l a fine Paducah.Ky ,New a fhyelclan, a Kcutleinan anil alltcholar and ha. mrr the Statu." of the people Ity, now I)r AppIeman.Uteof New York K Will K..n.....nil.f.M.uil at lj.nl.. ll! ah.Im.ia I.Ij .lull. II... UVU.V fi.l.r .Mil. ffl. taken under anntherjear, i:ery curabUcate strict guarantee. van Every tning New and at Rook Bottom Prioes. Ii i ui n Consultation and Examination nnd Confidential. Addre.s Correspondence Solicited. Froo ,..;n '"All nersons holdims nit prim please have them fdled'to the amount of $25.00 us vnne wiu expire November 1st. fn-,- . n 2&.ly "WlJ't iter NnnltT lit r.,o Now Canned Goods, Now Crop of Molasses, nil Kind's of Vegetable Fresh Butter constnutly on hand Call nnd see tuo. Yours noxious to pleaso edu-eate- n en PILES NI J. S. APLEMAN, M. D, Louisville, Kt, Write for health Journal ree. U4 p.yjfiM.wrttisi'iv.'.T E. FY1. GOOCH. W. R. WOOLFE, (Succoflfior to W, A. PTOOL.) COUNTY ELECTION NOV. 'OS. AND DEALER IN .7 :m and-:-Fancy-:-(Jroce- ries, i, Wmd OAVEATO. TRADB MAnKS, DE8IQH PATENTS, S3jM2 COPYRIOHTC. olo. r Infonnsllon and free Ifan3iook wrile t( LllINN A I'AJ . Uil IllttlAIlWAT. AT T 11JK 4e.ttiir.au for socurlntf pc'enit lo Aa i (VI. KrerrP'tenl Lien out hr ' i the publto by a uutica tireu f icu vt .Lusu .u rln ii.Uih p.,,,1 forOotintry Froduce. . vt vUi ui,!) Hold on W All kinds of Como nud wi m on Wwt Seventh Street, pro-A- u f.. ila. Ltrseit rlrrnlallnn of any dentlfe iimr In th. BilFDtldlr Ulu.CratiHl.. No iWlleen' .hoiild bo without It,,, Week!. 1(1,00 . jVarl IIJ0.ll inonthl. Aiiilrc.. 1I'NN 00. ttr. J'UliLuriLU.. 3Ull!loaUiTu)',rcw Vui . a 4 I. m ..V.rr.?r?.!.X.'"T ?'.') wuim.trul reriuSr irn ..... ..uin.w nuvi, urn ijiihou !... Wi,Ui,I.Ni. i,y hZ"lli'iistn'nuSt a,...iioiuu...f .....;.?.::" Add i .r."c,"l .cl r 'J4 i ri. t'-- Ark i. fori' ifikaiininh. r r rerfrilliiii ikl'UVKKHtlllui.. ii.." .7."""7 'WA ".""? ( wLMcii,miS:..tt'"KW,w,wq WTntu ii,V.V?!...'.l Democratic Ticket. Republican Ticket. Populist Ticket. cost ix quiwr. nurisociutr, jUsX. For j"J' LUMBER AND WHITE'S GREAM BUILDERS' MATERIAL. VERMIFUGE Has lot! nil Worm RomorJIas. EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. ORMSi Contraotor, Builder and Dealer in JLaJ'saisuoror- - FOR 20 YEARS Virginia street, Hopkinsvillo, Kontuoky. RATC8) Better Prevention Tlitiu euro, and thoso who aro suhjoot to iheiimatlsiii ran prevent attacks by koonluir tho blood piiro and free from mil which causes tho dlscufae. You can rely upon Hood's Huraaparllla as nfn. a iv medv fW rheumatism and' , miili, iti for every form of srroluia salt r4jni..-n(,.rnt(-j ..i.r in iinii niul nilier dUcnsr i ( mined uiwaukUouN, la quilo equal UH &u..l.l I... n.nranlulu nrlf.fl 7fiV nAI-- - . ol,uTv'MU"-uv-",,,uf'Vn,T- '' ".r.i,T.VV"n,YV JCl H ItUllllUiUIJ Is i For 'J s MM Co, Supt. ofSohooU, :"' S. L, FROQQB. For Co, Supt. ofSohools, For Co, Supt. of Schools, HOI,D 13VKHYWIIEUK. rnau.i v, aitmaasos armcus co. at. ixna. 8,sfteVrtR0AV, MISS KATIE MoDANIEL. IS 7 re WSl numikuWO 9 I j c? r; g r r DO NOT I M.1C1 itmmmMtmumMt OarCrlel.bt( Rubber stamp, linvi rocW Dutch Dulbj.l'lants.lo-HYA.- j S SE;PENAND INK OR LEAD PENCIL. j4,.;,Va OfT.T nn Annar- USE RUBBER X STAMP ONLY. ritai iW,i ana aaiKi v l'lanlln.. will niiB'.M l.a j,,.ll,l r JHa,antuisuiorTAU. ' I .MMtVfWT'Uaa, i'S-W- ciNnu.TuLii'fl.iJUica! l IS ,r gg pi!tlit!3iilllccutitrltifin. tl'.iK Mi I1AHTI.KY, J friil ifcrtlfettAtu ritVuhi' ND THEnE. f CREAM OF NEWS. lj Tjbro nro ouly throo priBonors con fined in tho county jail. JB03 JESDAY, OCTOBER 01, I . JI Now lot of ougngment rings, ploin PERSONAL CiOSSIP. gold and set, at Yntos AIM sizon of paper bags and flour ' Mr. S. 0, Morcor is iu Chicago. socks constantly on hand at this ofMr. II. II. Golay ruturuod from fice I Chicago Saturday, Qo to Borrow & McRao's Europe1'iof J 8. Woods, of ClarWlllo, an Hotel. All kinds of ordors sorvod spent yostorday Iu Iho city. at all hours. Mr. J. 11 Anderson aad wife havo If you want your job work neatly P rorned from thoAVorld's Fair. and promptly executed, bring it to David I. Lewis, of Bowling Greon, tliis ofljen. spent yaturdny in tho city. Special lot of ton year guarantee Mr L.G.Cox, of Eddyvlllo, spent and 25 year guarauleo gold watches, p N Sunday in tho city with bin purouta. nl'l'O. YaIob' Mis Mnggio Young, of Allousvlllo, Mr. J. W. Yancoy will havo n solo Is vinltuig hor sister, Mrs. Dr. J. C. of his real estato aud personal propfcDavilt. erly Nov. 0. J,udgo M. D. Brown and wifo havo For all kinds of flno imported wines returned from a shoit visit lorolotives and the oldest whiskey, call on Ashler, Binnow & MoRae. Mr FrodC. Stouo is dangerously Dt. Knapp, tho noted optician, will ill with pnouinoum at his homo near bo nt Dr. Young's offico Nov. 0, ono Church Hill. day only, Seo him Mr. Vv. A. Diuguid has gone to Tho very best hay, clover, and Chicago to bo on baud at Iho closing timothy, corn and bran for solo at J. ceremonies of WorJd'H iu 111. Hnln Miwiajtrr Tfllmage Dec. 0, Tho Tabornaclo Board of managers havo mado a positive engagement with Dr. Tolmogo for Docombor 6th. Thero Is no truth in tho roport that ho wilt not come. W. W. Wai-e- , Prest. Fatal Shooting Affray. The only l'ure Cream of Tartar Powder. uLsapowaen BROWN'S iriyrn.M. n No Amiuoniaj No Alum. Hughes, two Allonsvlllo negioos, engaged in a row last Thursday night and Hughes was shot' in tho breast, tho wound being Alox Boll nnd Davo Boll was Imtno prououucod fatal. diotely arrostod by town Marshal WakeJIold, and is now in jail at Llk- ton. The troublo betwoon tho two uegnon grow out of sonio trivial mat ter aud it annears that thero was no provocation whatevor for committing a crime, which may provo to bo that of tnurdor. A Heavy Penalty. is tho last day for poyiug Stato and County taxos without tho tho 0 per cont. penalty. penalty attaches and will havo to bo About paid without excoption. of tho taxes havo boon paid over to tho ShorifT tho greater portion of it in tho past fow doya. This loaves about $25,000 unpaid, tho ponalty on which will bo Sl,&00. Under tho now Constitution nil Sheriffs will havo to settle with tho Slate Auditor on or boforo Deo. 1. To-datwo-thir- Used iii Millions of Homes Mr. G. H. Radford, roproaontalivo of M. Muldoon, tho colobratod monu- mont doaler, of Louisville, was in tho city this week contracting for tho bnso work of a rnagnlficont monument which will toon mark tho resting placo of tho lato Exstino Norton. Tho baso covers a spaco of forty-twsquare foot and will bo of splondid workmanship, Tho design is Grecian and tho sculpture work will be by (he finest artists in)tho country. Tholostlmatod cost is $10,000, tho material used being from tho Barro quarries of Vermont, and is tho finest granito quarried in Amorica. Wffon1 finished it will bo ono of tho hnndeomost monuments in tho South Tho work will bo placod tn position nnd completed within tho noxt fow wookn. Ruesollville Ledger. o exo-cuto- 40 Years the Standard recalled until Jan. 1st. I will endeavor to keep up my stock in SPECIAL LOCALS. nice assortment in all staple goods and sell Tho medical irntornity, backed tin by carefully compiled statistics, is barely above cost. most a unit iu declaring that a mod- them erate uso of stimulants conduces to A full line of prints in best makes will be If you want a range jthata is perfect, ia long life. It is also admitted that an old whiskoy is by fnr tho best in the latter part of this week, and they go at every detail, durable and ornamental, to that can bo usod. Leading phyI. W. Harper 5 cents, sicians recommoiid the worth 7 cents, Whiskoy, bocauso it is pure, possessed of a suporior flavor and bouquot, mid Come and help me empty my rooms and save wliicli a boiler can be attached for bath aad is not offered for sale until ft is old and thoroughly matured. Sold by money to other purposes get the yourself and do me alavor. W. II. bong, iiopKinBviiio,tt.y. be digestion & Debility. IRON BITTERS ourcB Dyspopaia, In- My room now occupied by me as Shoe ana Ulotnmg department is to lot for Jan. 1st, '94. Then I propose occupying the west room only . Orders are given to make prices that will move my goods, and they will not to a dealer in tho ourso of business to strike upon an article that gives universal satisfaction pleases everybody thnt buys. ence "with the This hns been our experi- It is gratii'yiug Majestic Range. al- Btimu-la- nt tho Fair. iilr. 0. Trice and family Imvo to thoir homo in Fott Worth, Toxns, alter a short visjt to relative in mis cny. Messrs. Q. li. AJudorwood and M. F. Shryer, und Judge W.P. Wiufreo and wifo returned from tho World's H.&W. B. WinfrooV lap robes and' horse blaukots ranging from St to $15 nt tree a. A largo assortment of beautiful Taken Up As Estray. This day appeared beforo me. juslico of the peace for said county, w. w. itouertsou, and mado oatu that a certain black Berkshire sow it obout ono yoar old, marked witn on right oar and crap and slit in left ear, was takeu up alter break inginto ins corutieldon Ids premises known as the Phelps farm, about ten days ago, and that ho has not changed or effaced or nlterod tho marks or branda of said animal. Tho said animal is valued at $600. W. S. Davison, J. P. C. C. Sept. 14, '93. Yours &c, J. H. k W. B. Win- - Fair Saturday. Dr. Milton Vaughau and daughters Misses Susie and Fannie, of Ocean Springs, Miss., are yisitlui tho family of Mr. R, M. Anderson. Miss Lizzio Yeuablo loft last night for California to spend tho winter. Hor falhor, Dr. J. VV. Vcnable, occom-panieher ns far as Kuusns City. Miss Mary Flack hns returned from a visit to f rionds in Clnrksvlllo. She by Mis Ethel was accjmpaiiit-Hurst, wiio will upend loverul davs Tiliting iu the cilr. Mr. Geo Vv". Shaw is preparing to more out to his farm, near Fairviow, about the 10th of November. J lis Mr. a. I. lugiu, will go with Mr. Shaw. Mrs. Jas. A. McKouzio and daugh tor Mlw Kotlo. sailed from Now York City yesterday for Lima, Peru, whoro they will join Miuistor Molten- d Tho first quarlorly mooting for tho Hopkinsville circuit will bo hold at Shiloh the 11th and 12th of Noy. D. S. Bowles, pastor. Tho handsomest lot of diamond rings for tho money ovor iu Hopkins ville. Goods cheorfully shown whoth- or you want to buy or not. T.G. Yates. Buffalo Bill has just bought a f 10,-0rosidonce iu North Platte, Nob., very near the spot whoro he killed his first Indian, and diero bo intends to Hpud tho rest of 'aw life. Mrs. Bittio Stoke"), a widow lady, aged 15 years, was thrown from hor horso poor Earlington on tho 21st iiibt., aud so badly injured that doalb resulted tho following day, Willio Mulo Thief Captured. Rogers, col., was nrroslBd son-in-la- Chestnut dealers report tho largest crop of nuts on the Tonnosjco ridges for twenty years. They aro selling in Springfield and other points south of Guthrie at $1.50 to 5200 per bushel, Marshal Field, tho Chicago merch- gt lbu weeks time. 'U. "" ''IP "" WUBUIUU Ul'IIIIJ ant prince, has pledged himself to give $1,000,000 toward transforming ,tho Art builditig at tho World's Fair into a permanent museum. Edmund Davis and Gin Burnett quatrelled over ti gamo of cards at Unioutoivu. Ky., lost Thursday ovon ing, when Davis drew a pistol nnd shot Burnett, inflicting u wound from which dentil soon followed. Davis is iu jail. Miss Gertrudo Leigh Wilson, of Lafayette, Iud., ntid Frank R. BholpH, of Chicago, enjoyed the uuiquo experience of being joined iu marriage iu the. Indiana Building at tho World's Fair Friday. Mrs. Munns, of Dawson, tho lady Evangolist, hasjjust closed a week's mooting at Concord church, in Hopkins couuty. Tho revival was u vory mccosaful one, mxty-fiv- e conversions resulting, Thero wero forty additions to tho church. Thi.is s from tho Hondorson Qlcan-er- : Lato Republican revenuo officials under Collector Feland, as a token of their esteem, presented Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Poland, Tuesday oroniug a costly aud handsomo silver aud cut glass berry service. Mr. Poland was chiof deputy to his father. Mr, E. M. Gooch'a dwelling house on Ninth street caught on firo early Friday morning. Tho Uaraea woro extinguished, how ovor, boforo much damago was done. Tho Joss is imnl nnd fully covered by insurance. Tho fire alarm was sounded, bit neighbors put out tho blazo beforo tho arrived. on-gi- Reynolds' circus Clarksvillo yesterday. exhibited iu bo Howard Quartette will bo at Don't fall tho Tabernacle ISth-Nov- . to bear them. Mr. J li. Lauder showed us a beet yesterday that measured twonty inches in circumference. This beats nny beet reported this season. Supplemental registration for tick and absent voters, at County Clerk's office, yostorday, to day and For city preciucls ouly. John Barker, col., was arrested and jailed on a chargo of petit larceny. Barker is accused of stealing u cap from Tho Racket Company. Mr. W.A. Rood is very sick with foyer at his homo near Caeky. Last year Mr. Rood had an attack of forer, which lasted him throe months, and it is feared that this attack is the beginning of a similar slego. Mr, Ben 0. Boyd, of Howell, this county, ono of tho firm of Hancock fc Boyd, proprietors of tho Hancock Clarksvillo, will retire warehouse, from tho firm Nov. 1, and dovoto his eutiro timo to farming. 'One of the lioa being ciroulaled on Prof. Froggo is that he is paid n sala ry of $2,300 and exponsos. Ho gets only Sl.600 and payH his own ex penses out of that, r.nd tboso misrepresenting tho farts are doing do ma liclously for campaigu purposos. Tho scenes as fthown by (ho lithographs nnd stands advertising ''Master and Man," which will bo presented at tho Opera House on next Thursday evening, are correct, and will bo witnessed by those who nttond tho performance in this city. Mr. Ellis Roper has moved into his now nnd handsome residonco, situated west of Main, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth treots. Mr. Robort Hopper will also move into his now house on tho some street this week. This portion of tho city is rapidly building up and is coming to the front an a rosideuco part of the placo, Specialties in tho shape of songs, dances, athletic sports and gamos are consistently introduced in tho play of "Master and Man," and serve to lighten tho Morlous scoum of tho melodrama, a"d also adds to tho attractiveness of ho production. A groat &ilr scone forms the medium for tho felobrued Twiu City Trio. "Master nnd Man" will bo tho attraction nt tho Opera Tlaiibo Thursday ovoning, Nov, 2nd. , Mr N. B. Rlloy'e stock sale at Al- This lonsville will occur 'rirotnhwa to boonoof tho biggest soles of tho nonson. Over ono hundred head ko( flno stock will bo dlsposod of, '"Among tho nuuibor aro 2S jacks, 40 jonuets, !) stallions, 20 horses, 10 muloa and other sloek. Ho will also 'sell bU crop, ImpIomontB, oto., and will oiler at private sale hla two ex rollout Tood county farms containing In all about IKX) sores. Tho sale hat beou thoroughly odvortisod aud will bo largely attended by pooplo from all ovor the statu and Tennessee. A delegation of stock moil from this city will go up on tho oarly morning train aud return awilght. Ainlay Tho Hondorson Journal fathers the following tough ono:. A hen laid an egg on tho brick-wor- k of a boiler in High Point, N. 0., rocently. Ono day lost week it Is said that a little chicken was uotlced on tho boilor, and It is claimed that examination showod that tho chlckon hod boon hatched from tho boat of tho boilor. Tho Pond River bottoms in North Christian aro said to bo crowded with sportsmen nnd pot hunters, N timer oua excursion parties of ladioa aud gentlemen nro also soon noarly ovory day hickory uut hunting. Theso delicious jiuts nro said to bo plentiful in that section this soasou, and tlioro is also an abuudanco of gamo and fish reported. boott Ihompaon, thoBecond porter nu tho John a, Hopkins, nu Ohio riv-- r boat, committed sulcldo Friday morning by jumping from (ho ateam- or whon near Paducah. Thompson hod bevu uccused of stealing a gold watch from one of tho passougors aud tho ullegod reason given for this rash act la that ho feared arrest. His homo was Iu Owousboro. near Russollvillo Saturday night, chargod with stealing a mulo from Mr. R. G. Hopkins, of (ho Pombroko neighborhood Thursday. An officer delivered him to tho authorities horn Sunday and ho is is now in jail. Rogers confesses tho crimo and nays ho will enter a plea of guilty when ho is arraigned for trial next February. This means a good term in the penitentiary, as tho penalty for horse or mule stealing is from two to ton years, at tho discro'iou of tho jury. Mr. Hopkins rocoverd his stolon property. Crumbaugh'a Flno Collection. ahlppod Maj. S. R. Crumbaugh fourteen yearlings, tho product of his Elkwood stock farm,to Nashville where they will bo sold "Master nnd Man" is tho title of tho next Saturday at Cumberland Pork. which is tho offdr-in- g latest All of his coolbi woro in good con of tho Oporo Houro for unit dition and will command fancy prices. Thursday evening, Nov. 2. In their were led through tho fenrch after realistic eflWta writers of Tho animal havo given ua tanks withstreets of tho city Saturday morning, out number, real firo engines, buzz admired by hundreds of poople. Maj Maws, pile t rivers, etc., etc., unt'i tho Crumbaugh is making a success of his field would seom to ha well niyli exstock farm and last yoar sold n mini- - hausted, but iu "Master and Mau" bor of yearlings in Nashville ; at an wo aro promised a viow of tho interior of nu irou mill, such ns are soon in averairo nrico of S300 tor head. The tho mining regions of .Pittsburgh, flno stock lo with the ponderous ore 'crushers in Major accompanied his Nashville aud will remain until after full operation. In addition to the play wn fee u uenuiue urnaco in full the sale. view of tho audience. Criticism of Tom Johnson Heard From. the pUv lias beou very gonorous. In Thomas Johnson, tho contrnctor New York City, when it was lately for tho stone work on tho now hotel, produced, 'he press pronounced it a "hit." The play is said to bo an ox- disappeared citiuir nnd who bo mysteriously melo from this city Oct. 4, has been heard drama with several very strong effects that aro distinct novfrm nnd located. From here ho Evansville, where ho worked elties, nud bearing all the indications wont to of boin n finaucitl bonanza of largo a fow daya. Ho thon camo to proportions. aud from that placo ho went It is loaruod further up the Ohio. that ho has secured government work on Green river and will operato on tho rock work or locks and dams on that stream. Why ho loft this city so unceremoniously baa not boon H.P. Faris, tho auctioneer, dosires to und it is quilo likely novor inform tho people of this aud adjoining counties that bo will auction any will be. and nil property at vory reasonable ratea. Address him Box 220, Hopkina-viUDig Fire at llsley, Ky. Firo destroyod tho largo store housa Crabtreo Coal Comand officos of tho pany nt llsloy, Hopkins couuty, 0 fow mornings ago. Tho buildings and thoir contents wero almost a total loss, un"We tho amount being destroyed being beau-tif- ul about 57,000, with only about $1,000 DRIVING-ROBEinsurance The books and paper of valuo to tho company woro in a largo fire proof anfo and wero not much damaged. Tho origin of tho firo is unknown, but is thought to hovo boon started by an incendiary. Two clerks who wero asleep in a rear room of tho building narrowly oscapod cremation. Volere should begin lo familiarize thomsolvos with tho voting places in the city. Tho county election will bo hold at four precincts, viz: Rogsdalo's warohouso, Gaithor's warehouse, Whoelor's warohouso and tho Court Tho city election will bo Houbo. held at the bovou ward polls as follows: City court room, Buckner's stablo, Gaithor's worohouse, (corner room), Wheeler's warohouso, (different door from county), Rock Bridgo Stemmory, Foulks' coal yard, Mortou'a (formerly Armstrong s) stablo. Tho county nnd city elections will bo con ducted by different officers and will be in progress at the somo timo, that is between 7 a. m. and p. m. Somo voters havo lost thoir ward votos by moving, but can still voto in tho county election, ns the precincts all contain parta of several wards Keep it in mind that you must voto at two separata polls and voto early and as often a.8 tho law allows. Geo, W. 9th and Clay, Hopkinsville, Ky., Oct. 27, '93. Center WE GUARANTEE TEEM. Pull line of other stoves in stock, and examine them. 01! Strayed. From my homo ot Hopkinsvillo on Wednesday. Oct. 18th. ono block Jer- soy cow, five3'oars old, crooked horns, tail without switch aad no oar marks A liberal reward will bo paid for hor delivery to me nt Hopkinsvillo. This Out. 30 'tt. Jonx W. Riouhds Forty Cures In One County. In order that nur readers may compare the results of the genuine Koeloy Treatmeut with thnt of the of Keeley imitator) aud Gold cures, wo herewith insert tho following card furnished us by Col S. F Embry and bo invites any ono doubting the statement to correspond with anv of the officials uomed: BiimsTOWN, Ky. Sep. 28th, 'G3. We, Count j Ollicinls of Nelson Co. Ky., are personally acquainted with forty three graduates of tho Keoley Instituto at Crnbb Orchard, Ky., who havo gono from this Co., during thp past eighteen months, and so far a we know or beliovo not one of them lias relapsed, Nat W. Halstead,Co. Att'y. J W. Thomas, Co. Judge. F. E. Daugutebt, Clerk Ciicuit Ct. Henby Lumer, Deputy Co. Clerk. Ritl's H. Rour, Jailer. B. II. Lewis, Deputy Sheriff. FORBES & BRO. Tenth and Main. i OP molo-drara- a, molo-dram- o Lt- IS ilH Mi if M HgF Hill11!1!! Hi HF gnia Kl pear urTl H V New Millinery Goods. Miss Alice Hayes nishos toinfotm hoi lady friends that she is now receiving her Fall stock of millinery goods nud invites an early call. Old stand, upstairs ovor T. M. Jones' storo. Heu-ders- Ever Seen in Hopkinsville, Now Open for tlie FALL TRADE at SPECIAL LOCALS. Attention! Stylish, Indeed, are the univ goods coming in daily at Mrs. Carrio Hart's. The Indies' feast of good things in Millinery is to bo found thoro. Thosn Now Pattern Hats aro "just lovely." Thoso new shades in Ribbons nro exquisite, and the large Hue of Novelties is just "too sweet." And tho prices aro low down to suit the timos, Oru stbeet. Mas. Cardie Hart. c I Jcfe&l o, listenT have just packed a line of Hard Times is the cry, and cheap goods every body wans, and I am prepared to show the trade I p,Tc the prettiest, cheapest and the most complete stock of Incorrect fitting Spectacles and Eyeglasses. S An unknown white fomalo tramp was Humeri to doath nt a camp lire iu tho woods noar Paducah Wednesday. Sho was found lying .near tho flro, which had boon put out by a hard rain during the night, Hor clothing had all leu burned oir.oxcoptiug her shoes uud stockings, Hor iMi was badly roasted and oraokod opaii, Sho was apparently about 35 or 10 jeara old. T. H. Jfoplea nnd W. 0, Ambroso, of Beda, ore tho boss tobacco growers, They planted out olght acre of .tobacco tho 22 day of last May. They cultivated, cut aud housed tho first Nature Whn crop aud thon turnod out tho Buokors .Needs ossistanco Jt may bo beat to 'lor u prwiuptly, out ono nnoum on ono aero of tho ilrat cutting, nud nuor to imo evon li o uiutv . I'vr alto'trlppInir Iho first crop, hung aediea pnlv" when noedou tn Robbed of Her Surplus Catli. Miss Annlo Wadlington, a young :o:lady from Trigg county, was roblied of hor purso and its contents last Thursday ovoning while on tho train O.VI.V. ONK returning from Chicago. Miss pocket-boo- k waa in her cloak Main St. Opp. Court House. pocitot and contained about $20 in Drama The cash and somo valuablo jewelry. Sho was In possession of hor woalth whon passing Crofton butwhoi sho roachod Pnlmor'BThoatro,Now York, Brilliaut Succosa. this city her wallot wos missing. Tho train was crowded with passengers ! and a portion of hor Boat wa occupiNow and Novel Features. ed by a atrango woman, who had disTho address of one thousand persons In Hint. appeared whon this city was roachod. Carlton Iron WillSceneFull tbe Amtrlcjn BUgr . on Tho rirttel who want to buy Miss Wadlington is of tho opinion gWVBVAh VIUCES. picked hor pocket that this woman and thon changing her Boat went oa hor way rojolciug. Of courea nothing UNION oould bo douo nbout tho mattor and tho chauces nro sho will nevor recover hor valuables. "WVw Bad Weather Predicted. Hicka, in his October forecast, nays At LOWEST GASH Prices during tho last few days of tho month Have n new REAPER nnd RIND-Ewo will hava a smart dash of winter nnd ono MOWER, I will soil following tho oloso of ita storms. la olr vnluo. Bomo of tho Northorn and Western States tlioro has already boon aaow, hall, sleet and much rain, aud there Admission 50 cout AG KNT. was consldorablo Ico Sunday morning Schools aud children half prlco in this eection. Ho af.ya about tl e 2nd nud 8rd of Nove;nbor, look for highor temperature nud uocoiidury Btorm movements. The 7th to Uth Is a marked storm period, during nud about which, suffering aud )om on laud nud sea will result, where fore- slcht aud care uru not exercised, Suow and aloat will result to tho north ou or about theso datos. A cold wavo will bo foot ovor tho country, lasting up to tho middle of . A the month, Sovornl stormy periods are predicted for Iho month, of No vumbor, uud throo cold waves are ou the program. -Wad-liagton- 'a which we Our nishing Goods, Carpets, on a margin will sell Linoleums Gent's Boots and Shoes, and a as slim as our bank the account. Drop in and TOais TXTESIC- - full line of Shoes,celebrated Stribley Ladies' and Misses' fine all bought for spot cash. :o: see them. Componnded Prescriptions The trade is cordially invited to inspect FORBES & BRO. From Puro DrugB Only. my stock. 1 am very thankful to my many friends for their liberal patronage in the past and hope to share a good part of the same in ROGERS & ELGIN, Respectfully, NIGHT the future. Thursday, Nov. 2nd. Druggists and Stationers, Oil-clotl- is, Spwtv Times. latest novelties in Suh Dress Goods, Dress Trimviins No- tions, Gent's and Ladies' Fur s Wo will tnko It for grautod that your speclnclo lonso nro a porfect fit for your eyes, but nro you suro thnt tho frames which contain tho lonso an a corroDt lit in ovory way! (which is rarely ever tho caso) If not, you are deprived of that comfort that is expected, nud that you should havo from your gliwsos, ai in ovory inhtimco of misfitting frames thoy do incalculablt injury to tho ovos. So do not neglect this very important point just beoausa you ibtiot fully understand it or realize thoir bad eirects. It is not ovory optician who can til glasses woll i that can fit framoa to tho face nnd eyes correctly. It recmiioa a certain amount of mechanical Bkill, which all cannot acquire. Now ns accuracy und competency in workmanship, ns woll as truthfulness, is characteristic of my 28 years of success iu business surdy my houso ought to bo tho safest now to patronize, and for all who nood anything it my lino. 3Jv- a raduato Optician EVKS TE&TED PUKE. 3D. 2CE33Lj3Li"Sr, and Jowolor. Sensational T.M, Jones j Correct Fitting. Andrew Sear pentxM. D PHYSICIAN And SURGEON. MASTER MAN WanteD QJJEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, LITTELL, Pbesioent E. B. LONG, Viok Pbesident H. R. CITY BANK, Corncr Seventh nnd Main. surplus $00,000.00, depository H. M. BOLLINGER ATTORNEY AT LAW. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Special attontlon to tho Collection of Clalmi. 0111 o west lido Court Squat W. T. TANDY, uashikb, capital larThli Oauk undivided profits 56.000.00. sorvices to tho public as a safo offors its $00,000.00. HOPKINSVILLE, KY.. OKKICK Fifth and Mln itrteM, Cltr Court llooui. 0olte TABERNACLE Chattanooga Plows Tuesday wwv. 13 And Repairs. iu. Evening, ?Tmtt?nrmn?nnt??????wn???????nn???????tt?n Harvard R 1 GIVEN s 01 01 Folding Table, F;ildlng Book Rack, Quartette.'! Millinery ? AWAY The THKY iwrj Foldlnglislcflack 'GtSXS; fi i'iveiil r.toM.ii ir )M) OAK 1IOOIC-- .K we l, iw u that r'LH and awo nropow to CK MUSIU-UM'K. OIVK AM'AVIbIi unr I'lbTUAl You 'UiTAlCTfJ' our CHOICi; so-ve- All the latest styles in Pattern Hats and Bonnets, for the fall season, together with the newest novelties in Plumes, Feathers, special in vit a Etc, are nowon exhibition tion is extended to the ladies to call. IMINT COST Vol ANYIIHNd. I IsTCT&i? UUNIM'IVOB, NOHHY Vl'Vd, Kf.lifJAVT l'Allt DKAI.IN'fJ, I'OMTK ATTKNTION nud yet tliciu all liirltidlug ono of ti.e nhi ti- pir ut. Whoiynu wint I'INi: CI.OTIIIVO. HATi. Coin.' u TAII.OR-SIAD- i: ROC K IIOJTOM 1MI1CK im and )oti wll' E COX BI?.OrX,B:3E3IWS- - M Vv 3. Saw laflanifUnMIM Jack Stock, Horses, Mules, Etc. 8ALK- - JOllit II l AIiMN, A t. lAS HAM. CROKER'S QUIET WAYS. AUenaville, Todd Co., Ky., A'or. 1, 189S, Over 100 Ucnil of Fine Stock. 2b Jacks, i 4a Jennets, i i S Stallions, HlHuutfl dr V W jr t'limile and lli(f farm stock, chip The luM itnd lennetii my own rimg in the last seven years, and U I one of the Vi ry brst herd" In Knnfuflky or The great Jennet Jock, in lllnskbtirn. Ii Mo oflcr for private sale now at head "f li ril. nne mntn tikih cobnut isrmt. uno 'n mm two snil Hm .itlirr fitxi net. There are no better st n farms ftnd no better lobseeii, wheat, est and ern land In the State, no well Improved fur the money rcntrd ltnotnoldtiy Christmas tliey life for next year, therefore my wile of Muck snd per sonalty In absolute and without resent "tile for catalogue of stock. Kinl Itimli tin itii Biliot"1 INSURANCE COMPANY. O BARBEE & T LEMAN 1 sln-ad- N.B.lULHV.A.iotisviilo.Ky. HOPK1NSVILLE LOUISVILLE. Livery, Feed And Sale Agonts Throughout tho South, RESIDENT AGENTS Stable, KY., HOPKINSVILLE, Garnctt $ Moore, rnn swvrcN'TM AND VIRGINIA STS. KENTUCKY I'e1 (auocesaortoFolkOanaler.) MANAGERS, Commerce Building, At tho early ago of fortythreo Guy dc Mnttpassant Is dead, lie wns ono of tho most brllllnnt storytellers of his tlmo, nnd one of tho best examples Keepi nn llye nu Krerythlng and Always of n school of literature that Is the Knows AVIiat the Humblest Ward flower of French vires. IIo wns himWorker ls Doing Thorough self tho exponent of the kind of soSystem of Discipline. ciety ho painted, and, says Harper's Weekly, ho led tho llfo which he deA gentleman who had occasion to pleted. rnll upon tho chief of Tammany hall Ho was born near Dieppe, on Autho other day was shown Into n room gust B, 1SS0, and began his education In which thero were a lot of politicians In Normandy. Hut his most Important seated around n desk. Ha wns sur- Instruction was by Flaubert, with prised when tho quietest nnd most whom tho young enthusiast studied individual In tho tho nrt of lltcraturo while lie was a degroup was pointed out ns lUchnrd partment clerk. Flaubert had Just Croker. won fnmo by tho publication of Mme. Tho biggest of all Now York's pro- llovary, and ho wns a censorious fessional politicians Is not n, blrlklng- - master. Maupassant worked hard and Tho Groat Polltlolan'o Unobtru olvonosa Burprlsoa a Visitor, DE MAUPASSANT. The fatuous Frenchman Who Died fUj terttly In an Insane Asylum. QUY iat? tVS?"iiCoom The Great Western Hotel, FIRST ARRIVAL Bocldie Bros., Props. Cor. Jackson FOREIGN POLITICAL POINTS. Tun brand now Arabian contemporaries, tho Korbnsh nnd tho Ffrlt, linve come up to reinforce the Al Ustaz ol Abram nnd tho Al Moynad In tholr campaign against tho Hngllsh. This promlcr of Capo Colony notified tho assembly recently that It would be asked next session to legislate on tho question of tho influx of Asiatics. Tho government, ha said, wns now considering American methods of dealing with Immigrants. Statistics gathered by tho Ocrraan Imperial commission on Inbor show that In many parts of tho empire the duration of work exceeds fifteen hours dally. In northwest Ocrmnny tho percentage of workpcoplo laboring thus long ls SO. 8 of tho whole Tnt sultan of Turkey has returned in kind tho doubtful compliment paid to htm by the czar of Ilttssln, who ri few weeks ago scut to hint an album of paintings of the Russian lllack sea fleet, by causing to bo made for the czar a similar album of pictures of the tvholo of the Turkish fleet. Ciiano has intimated, ac cording to a Dally News Shanghai correspondent, that a new treaty between China and tho United States will be necessary In vlow of the present con dition of the Chlncso Immigration question, and that tho new minister will probably be charged with the task o OARNERED RHYMES. No. No. No, L. & N. TIME TABLE. So TSAIKI aOlHO H0RT1I. II St. Ixnilirtst Mall M Na.rtvllln Aeeom . . . M Chicago Limited t.1 St, Louis Kxproit VHatHSOOINU No, MBl. Lutils IOUTU, Chamborlaln'fl A Itabterrng. tlasebsll unto a woman U A thing of mystery, What pleasure men can from It Bhe teally cannot ae. To her a "bass hi I" and a 'foul1' Scctn very much the samel (She never could get any fun Tram sucb a stupid gams. gt lo.oa p. m. ..lills.ra sttop m, lone p.m. No. Nu.MBt. Sunday r.ipress 7 Chicago Limited So.MNaslnllle Areom Louullall -.t a. nt. ..l:Mi a, in, m. C.S3 p, in. Hut when a maiden falls In Iot With a baseball young man, No otter game could Interest That girl a baseball ean, Bhe watches rartly every play, And her enthusiasm At errry Mule thing would throw A "crank" Into a epaitn. Nathtlllo Accommodation doe not run on I W. . ILL. m, I ...... iiunii imjiiiiii D, lamui anilt Luioaao xasi trains hate through train solid and sleepers to .nirKU and HI, liuls, Fait Lino stuna onlIt at Imrmttant nations . . . . through l'ullman Heelers ann cruMines, o Atlanta, (la J U.AbiMl.AgesL A certain otiro for Chronic Soro LysAi Tettor, Salt 'Ihount, Scald iicntl, Ohl Chronlo Sored, Fever Sores, Lczciua, Itch, Tralrio Scrntchrj, Soro Nlpplo.3 nndPllcc, Itlscoollnj find ftorithlnj;. IIundrodsofcasMlmvobcen cured by it nftor nil other troalmont had falloci It ls put up In JJ3 and CO cent boxoa. For salo by R. O. llnrdvWckjjjj Always keop tho molasses Jug cork lOlntmont Xfro aa.1 SUa 1 l's ed nnd tho sugar box our I'latitn'.lon onvorod. undrraUnd It all! Why, Heaven blets you, not Bhe Is completely satisfied If ah ean make a sboir Of taking a keen Interest In this mysterious game And be sees through her subterfuge. And lores her ust tbe same Somervlll Journal. Anil does she Time Card olths Ohio Valley Rail way, tlnpklnstlUe iiracey Cerulean Springs Aj. Princeton Lv, Princeton l'aducah NOIlTIt noUNDTKAIN8. Mall end Ki, .tisua.m. .0:IJa.iu Trtoa.m llUl.III l:S5a. .:aa. m I M p, ni m Tba Wayfarer, f After a Sicilian I'olk-tabls.- ) Anjr. ono iiurohnsliKr S1.50 worth of w. Komixiles it entitled to tho Memphis Appeal Avalnncho, weekly, until Jnuunrrl 185I;or J100 Mixed, toUII, thn Memphis Scimitar, weekly, laup. m for snmo longth of tlmo. These rout 4:o p, in 6:lu p, nt odies am guarnutocd to cure, or mon0:10 p.m ey refunded by morcliant of whom purchased. Memphis of arranging one. NEW FALL GOODS. st received now stock of Fall Goods in Iho newest designs anil latest GOODS, LADIES and GENT'S UNDERWEAR, and LADIEV HATS and MILLINERY. Tlicso with a full lino of Stnplo ami Fancy Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Hats and Notions purchased tltirlnir tlio A bargain oU'crcd fame ana oiiercu at prices lower man over uoioro Known. Jii ovory article, at at vies In DRESS and Franklin Streets lUSILUtD CnOKKIL C23:i0k-C3-0- Our VK MAUPASSANT. MOREIS COHEN'S, Next door to First National Hank. RATEBl t .to W e.a&2VPEn0AY. D.P.niTCHEY. MANAOCR. fe5 JoUISVILLE, ROYAL KY. L ik Ni tHK OUKaT- I Tlirrturrri IIIIUUcLII Tsm.mIs MUIII in n L.IIIC7 ltl ,ia nf ntilf oi short evM vi tvtuubutntbuilds tin.!, n1inr1ioii uiiij uiiutt Iaiiriy Ionic vtuia dunitiou. or i Aa a11 i ' t'10 KencrnI ls system In old mid young. sp'enuiu summer unnic nnu tin It between the cities o' Cincinnati, Lexington, Louis ville Evansville St. Louis, And the cities of CONQUERS FEYEltS! quicker than nny other remedy. Hit. J. AW NELMS SAYS: Atlanta, Ga., August H 1803. For the past two years I have used King's Royal Uerraetuer lu pmctlco and witn most HAtlsfuctory results. I Uiivoiii In Typhus, Typhoid and Bilious Fevers, and alwnvs with tho anccdlcst ami best ef fects. It lowers the temperature and breaks up forers of all kinds common to this latltudo more expeditiously than any remedy within my knowledge. From my own experience In its use, upon myself and others to whom I have recommended nnd administered It, I believe It would be a Nashville, Memphis, Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans, WITHOUT (JILOGE! AND SPEED UNRIVALED. nr hoy test & Quickest Route From St. Louis, EvanBvillo and Henderson to tbe Sient Antiseptic 'cum 'catarrh fc:.0UTIIEAST & SOUTH Through Coaches From above cities to Nash. ville and Chattanooga making direct con- tion with all its forms. King's Hoyal Gcrmetucris emphatically n safe remedy and leaves no Injurious effects in the system. Jons AW Xelms, M. D., Mayor AVest End, Ga. For Nervous Troubles, Teething Chil and Summer Complaint, Germetuer has no equal. Try it. 1 per bottle, six forf.1. All drucrimts. (iermetuer 1'IIU for constipation, 60 In a vinl, for 'Jo rentH. PULLMAN PALACE OAES WORLD'S For Atlanta, Sayftinmli, Macon, JacksonColumbian Exposition, ville) and Points in Florida. Opens May 1, '93. If you ard going to attend take r Connections aro mado at Guthrio and Nashville for all points ))lorth,Ea8t, South andWost, In l'ullman Palaco Cars, The Evansville Route, Evausvillo fc Terra Ilnuto nnd Chicago EMIGRANTS & Eastorn this road will recoivo special low ratos, The only line which Illinois K. K. ean Heo ogonts of (his company for rates, service between the south offer through train and Chicago, having two trains dally. &o., or writo to routes Train No. a, "World's Fair Speelal" leaves C. P. Atmobe, G. P. & T. A. Kaihvlllc7'Uua, m., Ktausvtlle 1:06 p. m. and Chicago 10:uo p. m. Mill lie the day Louisville, arrhw at ami Uwiutpiied with clfKnut llKlit train Tailor lhilTet cars and lianiUriniB couelipj. Train No. 6,"Chleai?o and Nashville Limit el," I'll'-mu- ll oaFiftH? Take The EVANSVILLE 1 ho Favorite ROUTE, Lino to estlbulo train lca es Nashvllle7 :W p.m Kvansvlllel :10a. m, and urrhen at Chicago lQ:80a. m. This train Is eoutpped with Pullman blet'persnndday maeuMand altohatan eleant inning oar, Mhlch enos meals en route. Hound trip Helots will b on sale April X to OctoberSl,KoodretiiriunKntll Nov. C.lsW. For sleeping ear reaenatlon. maps, ratt, apply to either of the undersigned : a solid O, V. and T. A., 8.L.K0UKRS, Southern Pass, Agent. Chattauooca.Tenu. t vani ville, Ind. I L". A T. It. Jt. R. And all Points In tho North and IsroEtli-w-est- . Ilcinoniber this lino has two elegant tialua daily between Atlanta anil Chicago. WHKNYOU TO GO Jav V Tcrru IlttUtu U.AK.I. I.ttajii 4:7.in V:i7u.ui. V:U)p.m AirlTt OhlMifo " Atlanta W.iA. 16'JDa.i. S:tuii.ni urmtia. N.C.tWt.I,. J:1iii.w. ltfftu.Bi 7:SUh.hi I..J.K. akia.iu Kulnlll Kraimvlllf n.it.H. 146 a.m. lap.m 'o. 6. No. JISVILLE are WYBRAIT'S New Studio, LO If Yourl'hotograph Madcat No. 327 W. Walnut St. (OvorMacaulcy's Theatre,, LOUISVILLK, PICTl'EB? CONED AND Train fid e"01ilfKofin(l Atlanta Mmlted" '. TfiUbulwl train with l'ullman a to. klMiieriand l)nr OoaeliM. A Mnliu- - far u attached to the iralu at Uanillle. enabllnir tho urou'e TliN vaiitUKen to Kt Ihrlr bmilfaat from Iralu VQ ha throUKh aleopvn lolhlcaHO ' ruiuimL Train No. h"Wria' Valrspt-ela- l Id betwf en Atlania nnd I'lileaoo and In e.iulp-ne-r I'ulltunn ,1'atlor Buffet I with eleitanl r, f . . Southern ramcnifer Ant, (l.l'.AK.AT.H lilt Kranivllli),lnd, Chttt.O"k',Teuu M1DS KV U S. L. UOOEUS, ississippi THE MKMMIIS, t Valley Route TABLER'SpiI C Yazoo & Mississipi Valley R. B. Oo. POPULAR IIBTWKKN NATCIIHZ IiATON ItOUOK, OUI.rUNtf. and KHHU1IU. NKW BUGKEYELiLE LINE 0IHTMEHT CURES NOTKIHQ BUT PILES, A IrTMiig i Xijsljctit l(t PittaiMse Coiitf) SURE and CERTAIN CURE Kelviecn UewphU aud VlakatMirg tbe known for ID years ns tho OEST iaais iliruuish wui of lovnniMi ouihmi Ilea lailuut In llit) Viaoo MlMlMlmd I Mia. the REMEDY TOR PILE8. mpufi it wtmmm wmiius '" r. mhii. umi iruie grluulluru!iun ufeoujitryou arlh ner The hioe anil Sugar 1'laiilatlons l , Huifar IliiuaMabd Hian4pl list " Knugv are awlally lnlrUug, and fall lo plom I Ibc oUnrvaiil nia-i- pangr. nSToxvo i.. UUTCS rcnUUHUIIllV UieN.rvous " . K..V hrteia.eltheraouteorcii"" In J.l.l.. ' t leslores Impaired ur lust iTurru trlaf vek v'u 7.VV.V iT'slxfo T- - FHKE TJtJAL. all diseases of Y Tr, with hook, sent sMiuaJy blroat., CbleagQ, 111- - nie ".m. K eiiu 0" i Hound trip Ttekats M' all'oritia and Mealooan in ala all the yoarrouud Winter Jourisu' J wkeu to Maw Orlaaus nnd Suulh era Tiw iiojuU are oa aUuBinAfritUMi. MagfilReut PulliasHlluffatUMpliLKU' Uun d Del wwii Cincinnati, LouleVllM iew nrli'aiis, tiu Without I liangv V Ladies Only. DK UU MONT'S I'KMALU KUOULATINQ ,I.Bariw,, "A af.a-l- r i iil? riitw"' n iijwutes. 'i".'"i F..r Tuna TaM' i.Mao Tit' t B'llft-- J A II lUNOH Agi L..U i sg Am, and rrn'S " of il u I F, L. DItAKK. conscientiously, and finally satisfied his exacting master, who at length consented that he should publish. Perhaps the waiting wns judicious. A t nil events, Maupassant's success after ho began to publish was almost Immediate, and slnco his appcaraneo In print ho has been ono of the foremost men of French literature, Tho list of his works would be long. Tho first that gave a genuine shock to the reading publlo on this side of t'io water was Uno vie, a story "vlth s much vllcncss a was over Injected Into a rii-- i " '1HtVl. t. jrTjMftfaUM OMseajn volumoby Maupassant's friend without a particle of .ota's moral Delia Amis was another teaching. work of the same kind, glvlnga picture) of French society whloh Moo. Adam B. insists Is not French society at all. Pill lasatIWWajMMsrllBllJJaif WMiWaWCa Maupassant was at his btt !n abort IN THE WEST. stories, so delicately nnd sweetly told Titc Dakota rh cr Is the lonjf est un that one knew tho teller to posn--M the soul of un artist. It wns two yesrs nnvlfjablo river In tho world, over t.OOf, ago whon Maupassant first gave sli;ns mile's. that dissipation nud work wer-- j breakTwo jikn of San JoseCnl., rcccntlv ing him down. In tho cloning part of waltzed. It is claimed, nineteen consec 1801 ho rose suddenly from his ivork-txibl- c utive hours. ono midnight and attempted to Summon JunaK William Com.ct. ol Hut tho bullet had shoot himself. Callforntn, Is snld to bo tho youngest been extracted from tho pUU.l by a judpo of any court of record In the member of tho family, who had feared United Statoa. Ho Is just twenty-si- s PEOPLE ABROAD. this end, aud the brilliant rvrlter was years old. taken to a private asylum fur tho InThe closing woelt of tho llfo of John Tns duchess of York has taken a sane. Thero ho becamo an Imhccllo, university extension course In ElizaE. Collins, of lliinini, Mont., was quite and Is finally dead, leaving behlud to bethan literature. out of the common. AYithln seven days mourn him his mother nnd c brother. ho was mnrrled, divorced nnd had comIr ls said that Pasteur, the famous mitted sulcldo. French scientist, ls a sufferer from orTHE LATEST CUTTER. Evnnoi.Anns arc called by tho Inganic heart trouble, and his condition A New Type or Satllnr; Moats Dla;d by is thought "by his friends to bo serious. dians "grass water." Low tracts of long. an American Finn. land inundated with water nnd InterTan empress of It has been said that tho Tammany Tho changes and Improvements travels incognita, Austria, when she spersed with patches of high grass, organization Is held together solely uses indifferently peculiar to tho fcouthcrn statos, are by tho cohesive power of public plun- which tho Ingenuity of modern man the threo following names: "Mme. Is constantly producing, says the Scien- De Tofna," "Mme. known ns evorglados. Nicholson," and der. Hut, like many other picturesque An example of tho mutation of for- phrases, tills ono Is not accurate; thero tific American, are well illustrated In "Miss Simpson." tho now typo of sailing boats which tune occurred several days ago when Is much truth in It, but it Is not all tho Gov. Retes, of the state of Nuevo tho supervisors of Sonoma, Cnl., mado truth. If Tammany relied upon public aro now rapidly coming Into use. We Leon, Mexico, somo months ago saw a a special order placing Jonqtiin Car-rlll-o pluuder nlono It would soon go to on tho poor list at ten dollars n pieces. Without tho spoils of office It e" the 'ro.nt door,. a Baloon. n month. Ho was onco one of tho rich- would soon cease to exist, because tho (N. J.) Orm who rank among our most M.roy and compelled Its removal to progressive and scientific architects. a ore est men in California. "l llac- main reason for its existence, would b not only In tho line of sailing yachts, Tun town of Chamberlain, S. IX, gone. Hut without splendid organizaJUK Bhnh Persia but steam and sail craft of every de- - Lthirteen daughters. has five sons and boahts of tho largest nrtcslan well In tion and competent leadership it could scrlption. Compared with the clumsy, His three msryled tho world. The well Is eight Inches In not live. Tammany Is an army, and children. The boats of our forefa- - sons have twenty-on- o diameter and tho water Is thrown four- like other successful armies Its success thers. tho new stvle of sulllr.c craft Kenwn omciai year ooou mentions in teen feet above tho top of tho pipe. rests largely upon Its discipline. To here shown presents an odd and the royal family threo brothers and Water Is claimed to How at tho rttto of lead such an army Richard Croker is strange appearance,. two sisters of the shah, while the 8,000 gallons a minute. and tho cousins qualified both by nature and training. Tho Lent Leneppe, probably In point uncles, great-uncle- s Thk Indians in somo p.irtsof Oregon, At first sight ho usually Impresses peo- of construction, Is the lightest fin kce) number one hundred and forty. notably Grant, nro oiTorlng ponies for ple as shallow, stubborn and rather cutter ever built In this con ntry. au Un. Nanse.1, who has just sailed snlo nt from 52.50 to S7 apiece. Tho dull. Hut as one's acquaintance profrom Christiana for tho purpose of high water proventcd the usual run of gresses ho Is found to bo both deep finding the north pole, has with him a salmon In tho big rlvors and this has and dark. Cold and silent. In appearphonograph, into which his wife has meant a great loss to tho Indians, many ance ho possesses many of the attrisung all his farorlto songs, and in being practically ruined thereby. which the little baby ho has left as butes which characterized Gen. Grant. her only comfort has also uplifted his Ho is a listener, not a talker. Stubvoice In a less musical manner. born, plain, practical and persistent, KENTUCKIANS ho at tho samo time excels as a tactiHARMLESS FADS. SAY ABOUTTHE cian nnd organizer. His judgment of men Is accurate, and ho always tries nAYMAKUio parties are the latest to keep in touch with the masses. fad. Tho members of tho great organizaLady- Caithness gave a ball in Paris, tion which be now leads stand shoulwhen supper was served at five o'clock der to shoulder, breast to back, and In the morning. Tho Klcctropnlfc hashcen nposltivo keep step. Ho has them constantly A merry idea for decorating finger under rcvlow. Ho Is with his people .1.11. Lliiilciiliorgui', lioiielit to me. bowls Is to havo a bowl within a bowl all the tlmo, notes their Ins and their 'Merchants' National President of larger size, so that space for flowers outs, their comings and their goings. Dank, Loulsvll c. Is left between. jrrr4-i-,- ii a district leader of tho thirty (his My confidence In the Elcctropnisc Not A NOVELTr at a New York wedding SStuSr3" Is known Immediate lieutenants) but grows stiniiofi tho umio I see it was a dance on tho lawn facing the thoroughly. Not u ward poll watcher THE FIN CUTTCIl I.KMI LKMBITB. Itcv W. V. Kviiiih, Carioilion Hudson, before the door of tho bride's I look upon the Flectrnpoie as the but feels that Croker Is watching him is also one of the fastest of her class. country seat. Among the dancers was In turn, and is fully informed concernto- cine disiiieam Cod has given Us Dimensions nro S3 feet un deck and "Sir Roger de Coverley." There were eases in iiccoiilniite with nattii'f'tflnwF. ing tho manner in which ho performs 10 feet 10 Inches on L. W. L., extreme six bridesmaids, who all wore pink his local duty. MU; Susan IMgc, Loxiiigtou. and white empire gowns. Croker Is an Irishman by birth, but beam 0 feet 4 inches. The boat Is Nothing Ins over, liolpoil mo o ho has been a resident of hew York marvel of lightness and strength! At a dinner given in honor of a much. W.'V, Matheny, Lexington. Inch white cedar, young girl just entering society in city from infancy. Ills family was an planking Is of Do not lioaltnto ti ittcoiiiiiiciiti tho honornblo ono, his grandfather having ribs of white oak, btralght grained Faris the servants woro whito liveries; V, (!. (irahaili, LexInch by l.S" inch, the guests were twelve young girls, all KlectrojioUo. been an inspector general of tho Brit- and steam bont, 1 spaced 10 inches on centers; floor tim- in white, with powdered hair; the tablo ington. ish army, an uncle a member of parliament from Cork, another uncle a bers aro of Iron, keel and deadwoods furnishing and decorations and as I am nMoilUhod at Its work. of whito oak. Fin keel weighs 2,000 many of the different sorts of food as captain In tho nrmy, while other relaIlunry Gilbert. Loxlngtgu. possible were entirely In white. through pounds and Is Tho Flecliiipoiso' will euro many tives wcro prominent in social and with composition bolted All rivets keel and of dhcabo wJiuio nothing else political circles. Ills father was a fastenings nro ofbolts. and copper, cittos IN RESPECT TO RAILROAD3. brass will, II has worked llko a, charm In farmer and an educated man, who emtho method of planking Is Philadelphia locomotives are used my faiiilly. Ho v. (leo 11. Means, igrated to America to better his posi- and no calking Is required; no such seami in Jerusalem. tion. IIo served ns nn officer during that Covington. Is finished at aro visible. Tho hull brigade war in Don. Accoudi.no to the report of the Inter It Is certainly a wonderful iiihtru-mun- t, thotho Tenth NowSickles'engineers. and smooth as glass. Hull, spars and rigIn York state commerce commission 3,200 railand it Is morn wonderful how ging weigh only 1,750 pounds. Wo arc way employes wero killed last year. It doos its work, yet It doos It. Informed this yacht has outsailed and Aluminum Cooking Vessels, In FinTitle first real outpointed all boats of her class with land will be tbe railway tunnel T. K, C. Hrlfley Ono of tho latest uses of aluminum U ono on the now ( I he veteran plow inaiiufuoturcr of for cooking utensils. An expert of tho which she has competed. coast line, which will past thu South), Louisville. metallurgical laboratory of Lehlflh through a mountain between Ekcnei Elcotropolso has been such a university says, after two years of Tho and Flskars. AT THE SILVERSMITH'S. useful thing about tho house that wo actual experience, that In point of The railwoys tn Franco emploj lightness, cleanliness, durability and can not uo without it O.vk of tho nowest designs In lace 24,080 women, tho majority of whom, adaptability veaiols of pins Is In thu form of a small diamond however, receive a small sum merely Frank F. Waller, Iiwroiicobtii'Xi formerly New Castle. aluminum are the perfection of cook- duck, poised, with wings outspread. for opening nnd shutting gates where: Several of my acquaintances have ing utensils. Ho iust&nces two boilers Douni.K heart brooches of pink topaz roads cross tho tracks. derived much bunelll from lliu u.o uf which bavu been In dally uso for cook- and aquamarine entwined In largo true Tun oldest railway lu Germany It ing nil borts of food, for preserving, tho ElcctioiioUo. ,1. Guthilo Coke, stewing fruits and tho like for two lover's kuota of diamonds Is tho latest that between Nuremburg and Fttrth, Ituscullvillc. which was opened in December, 1835 years, nnd aro as bright as now, fad. Tho '1'oUo has otireil mo ofkldnoy and have not lost a fraction of weight. Diamonds In combination with ttm ten years after passenger traffic had Darlington und liver trouble. J. P. Savage, Ono Weighs ono pound twclvo nnd one-ha- lf quolses of faultless blue aro found In begun on the Stockton and fill K Gray street, Louljvlllc. ounces and tho other one pound n peculiarly beautiful (loxlblo gold line. It Is worked very economically and pays a handsome dividend. curb bracelet. Tho Llcolropolso has been a gloat eleven ouncos. rollel' to inc. Itev. T. II, Miller. Tin: Spanish topaz, looking like Itussollviljc. rronns and Smiles. solidified rich golden brown sherry, is used as a mourting for riding whip There's danger In a (rorrn Tho LluotropoUo has proved a groat Soma future day 'twill grieve you OF GENERAL INTEREST. and scout bottles. K. Croukot, boon to . To scan Its signs In ugly lines Nkcki.kts, so long discarded, aro In And looks that will not leave you. Chrlstlaiitburg. The excavation at Hell Gate reef favor again. As many as five rows of was 'TIs Ilka the sculptor's tool I w mid rather huvo nil Kloctropolso (Hut here's a point aud mini III) jewels may bo seen around the white 8,000 attended by 21,000 soundings and borings. than Hot Springs for HlioumatU'ii. la every groove It mark will prove throat of tho woman of fashion. Tho Sculptor's band behind It. A. K. Marshall, North Fork. Ir is said that tho husks of capo I'SAJiLS, black, white and pink, of when dry, maku excellent Hut there are other tools, It Is small hut gieat. unique beauty of shone and color, are gooseberries, homeyeast u And they, w lib dally using, T. A. Dowdou, Fiaiiklliilou, worn, set bud fashion In a tiny cup of made nnd also that very good Make line of grace upon a face, beer cun bo made from them. Tlioro Is woiidorfui good in It. as ornaments for the hair. brilliants, And you may have tbe chooalagi The mariner's compass was used for .1. S, Callaway, Siuillillold, llecauso tl you who must Doa ooLLAiis and girdles of ameby tho Chlncso Perform the sculptor's dutyt wonder-workin- g Tho thysts in their various tints, rich pur- centuries to J'.uropc. Its before It was koiii, brought lie wise and lake theamlles that make ple, light green, blue and pink, are introduction Is credited to Invention or Itev. Y, V, Wyatt, Morning VIow. A living, lasting beauty, much worn as a finish to tho fashion- in tho fourteenth century. Flavlo Uiojs, Ooldea Days. I speak advLodly about the won. able mousscllne do sole blouses. dor working of thu KloctropoUo as Tub umbrella has rarely been enumThe llaby's Thinker, A TiNr humming bird, poised as If havo pructhed iiiotllelno many yours, Hick-e- l, among antiques, but What deea tbe baby think all day, on tho wing, lucrustrd with small dia- erated Harrlsburg, l'u., has Johu Itev. I). II. Marlmoii, l'litsburgh, Ky, With IU blue eye open wide! ono which of Is ono of monds, rubles und olivines, What Houkl tbabsuy have to say 105 years old. ho says If yon bond your iiiiinoor that of It has always tho most charming oriiuinonts worn on been lu Is If It touguo should com untledr somo Invalid liiontl wo will i'inl you tho possession of tho lllckul tho soft lace of the dress bod loo. t iihovo iiurt-l- u What does it thick of Its copiouof loiters from the toes. family It hus never been loaned. Of lu little chubty bandar Goldkn cornelian, a delicately lovely und from hundrdsof othors: poo- What ucs It ttiluk of Its turnedup uoiel stone, more refined aud true in color plo you know from uvury ioctlon of Do you thluk It understand! than tho chrysoprnso (whloh gets its llil anil other Stale testifying to tho OHURCH AND CLEflGYf. What does U think of the great Uu sky peculiar green from tho use of chom-Icaloiitutlve isiwei's of the Ktctroiolie, That I beading far above! goes tull with diamonds. Ohio has 1,101 Kpworth organlza Adtliort DiillUlb & WIC1III, What does It think of Its baby cry, Slkmdkii gold bangles, with tho ini- tlous, thus leading the union. Iiutiisrillo, Ky. And what of lu mother's lover tials of the brido und bridegroom either In the province of Quebco the ratio What dee the baby think all day in pearls or diamonds, have been pre- of Cathollo to Protestant is 1,000 to 1. Aro You Dlllous? As It nod lu held and blink sented at recont (tishlouablo weddings 11 no. regulato tho bowels with GerAt the silver tuslUbt' who shall iif Conoiikoationalisu has the greatest by the bridegroom to tho bridesmaids. strength in Who know what tba baby thinks! man Liver Syrup. Thu moot pleasant Massachusetts, whero it -- Detroit Ft Pma. , laxativo known- lias astonished oth-orshas 571 churches. wi'l astuiiiHli juil Thosa nvrnp A Mktiioi)1t bishop out west who Tkv years ago, wncn Atrs. ramuri Ik a dispute with a member of her use u chapel touts iteuoteljiliousuosHi Sallow com Gttrhbhvof Grab."y, Ky , was married, family, Miss P.iuma Lindsay, of Ohio "Holy Roainln' car speaks of it as tho nlectiou dull ui fits, roatod (oniruo. sho church." jrcllon rrrs, tir k lieadaijo, vanabln flro weighed ono hundred and lty Falls, Ind , becamo so excited that she Tub Protestant KpUeopal bishop of pounds. For six year she re- fell to tho floor In u swoon. She has Is to bo one of tho of- uppetito I(ei'ar b Z3, Uk antflOO mained (it about this figure, but in 1880 slnco been Mind speechless,- al. Massachusetts r.ftirlil)un' vwi td '' and J. Bryant, Manager. looking man at all. Ho looks more like a successful turfman than the controller of tho greatest political forces in American national nflalrs. Hut although Mr. Croker admires horses and has recently purchnsed some flno ones, tho turf is ouly a dlvertLscment. His serious occupation in llfo Is that of running tho grcnt Tammany machine. Ho has Berved a long apprenticeship and knows his business from tho ground up. Ho is now nearly fifty years old and has been in nctlvo political life for thirty years. Ho was elected older-na- n years old, when only twenty-thre- o serving several terms. Ho held many successive ofllces, finally becoming flro commissioner under Mayor Edson and being reappointed by Mayor Howltt. One of tho unpleasant things said nbout Mr. Croker by his enemies Is that he was nt one tlmo indicted for murder. This was In 1879, during tho congressional famous Hcwltt-O'llrlc- n campaign. Croker was one of the most nctlvo supporters of Mr. Hewitt. Ono night thero was n collision between tho adherents of tho two candidates, nnd a bystander named McKonna was killed by n pistol fired by some unknown person. As a supporter of Hewitt Alderman Croker was accused by tho O'llrlen followers of tho murder nnd was nrrested. He was tried and acquitted. Furthermore, a year ago last February a man named Hurke called on Croker at Tammany hall, told tho chlof that ho know who killed McKcnna, and begged his pardon for having allowed tho matter to rest so AROUND THE QLOPE. tho population of Mexico are Indians. Shall showers aro salil to fall every dsy In tho year in Honolulu. Osmicn taming is a very profitable Industry in Africa, whero It Is computed thero are over 150,000 tamo birds. AusTniLtA has extreme heat In summer. A scientist says that matches accidentally dropped on tho ground there were ignited. Tub chief distinction between tho appearance of the malo and female Japanese lies in tho hair. The men shave nearly tho whole of tho head, while the women allow it to grow, and even add to It by art when required. DEsenno, an island joining Porto Rico, is Infested with rata. Thero aro millions of them thero, and it is unsafe for a man to set foot op tho island. They have destroyed nil the goats, which were formerly bred there, and are now eating tho shrubbery. Canada, has a homestead law. Farm lots of SOO acres are granted to each head of a family and 100 to each malo adult on condition of building a log house 10 by 20 feet, cultivating 15 acres In .every 100, and residing six months in each year during flvo years on the property. O.VE-UAfull-blood- Hturgtt Morganfleld Henderson . Kvansvllle Bo well they went together, that small band SOUTH llOUNDTUAl.NS. Strangely assorted and yet all agreed. Mall and Kxttrrss. "I That one of them 'twas WaLr-epo- ket :Wp. m Kvansvllle losoa.m here Planned s:ur. p, m UASa. m me, were there need. Ar.l'rlncetoii A sign whereby to trace p. m. . OiiOa. m 0:lft Lv.l'rlneelon 7.41a, m S:tVlp. tu Cerulean Springs where wll "If I should stray, look far . S:lTa, m , 7:11 p.m llracey lows bend, where feathery reedi And alder Mall ami lSxpicm from Hnpklnsvllle at 6r.t) abound. are run eonu 10 aieiupni mating c,ur Where grass It greenest, swaying la long bl with the Mo. l'ae. System A "Uillon Hell," for all points In Texas and Southwest lows ith the X, 11- - K. 8. A M. for Missouri and In shade of leaves, I will be found." Pot there. Southern Kanaa points, Kansas City, Denver Sek me," said Fire, "where thin blus smoki anu an points west. JJ.M FMri'lK.AacsT. rises Prom hearths or from the mounuta eharseal pyre The floating Dtmy pennon that apprise! Wo would not urgo nu nrticlo with Here, as man's lord or servaat, tarries Fir Met Honor by tbe road) and he, being pressed To Join la company with them, as fain. Water and Fire two that can never rest, Lv.l'rtncelon Mai ion. Hut wander In the world ur good and ban-e- Baking soda m!xd with brick dust .... erwp.m .... isip.nt will clonu ktiivos beautifully. .... snip, m ... vtttip.ni a4 ....tortd.m Plantation PiuniucAL Cu- ... llwop.m ii i Hall and Kx 815 Second SL, Memphis, Plantation Chill Ctm is gunrai. toed. If it don't euro ip ami gut wiir money back. Ask your m(ihnit ltr about it, Prico Blnkoinoro Bros. DOcts. Sold by Chicago has 232 millionaires, A Wonderful Seller, Urttu-dou, But Honor ialdi "Look welt upon my face; Ilegsrdme, what t am. This were tho cost It I should wander from the way no trao tv ere left of me, and I forever lost." 11 Cavaua, In Youth' Companion. Tho Cool, Caol Italn. rain on the dusty street, With tcenU of the valley and plain. And the fresbened breciela the thankful tree Whose wet leav-- s laugh In the ralnl now the panUng 111 let lean their Up And quench their thlrit a It beau and drip! O, the cool cool rain aa It rushes down Prora the broken heart of the cloud 1 How It bathe the rocfa tn the blazing towa To the peal of the thunder loud I How lu rapid rlvuleU leap and play And cool tbe steps of the burning dayl O. tbe coot cool cool rain, with IU brightening drops, On the hill and the fervid valet lu welcome fall on tbe thirsty craps, IU balm lu tho breathing galel Itejolce, O, city, and sing, O, plain, la tha fall td eall of the cooling ralal Atlanta OonaUtuttua. O, the cool, She stands all sweet and tremulous llefor our ravished sight, la dainty garb a vision (air Of youth and beauty bright. A ribboned essay tn ker haed She trembling holds, and read Its sage reflections as to what Humanity moat need. She U aa fair, ao sweet, so para, A s wo behold ber there. That ho of m bears what she says, Or buot us can ears If all h r thoughts are all herowa Or taki ii from some book I Or If m r practical mamma Ilaa Uvght her how to cook! Somervlll JoaraaL Tba Deaateoss tfeglaaer. 1 Want To Know," til1 o'lii"-- ' ly mati Liver Powder than ot medicine combined, and it gives bettor satisfaction than any medicine ho has over sold. A wonderful There ara 8,000 saloons in Now seller. This great remedy is fast taking thu lead above other liver mediYork City. cines. Prico 2fwj. Samples Froo. Fr r o salo by It. C. Hnrdtvick. Tho olTeriugs of dark tobacco light and thero is no chnngo to report in tho situation. Ono hliil. of The King of Servln la only 17. new dark crop was sold during tho week. "During my term of servico in tho army I contracted chronic diarrhous," A pnnor chinitioy has boon built in sayH A. E, Bending, of llnisey, Oro-go"Siuce then 1 have usod a groat Broslau. amount of medicine, but whon 1 found any that would giro uio teltef thoy would injures my Momaeh, until Contllnallon. Symptoms Hcadscho, low sp rits, Chambcrlatu's Colic, Cholera and Ilemedy was brought to mj eruptivo sores, piles, loss ol npplilo-intctivor irregular bowpls. Accord, notice. I tiKd it nnd Mill say ft is to the best medical authorities, fully tho only nmiedy ths gave me orma-uorelief nud no hud result folio a of tho pooplo ol tho civ Hired world suiTer in somo form from For salo by It C llanltviek druggist. constiveuess or irregular notion of tho Glass paper is made in Japan, bowels. 1 hero is no iloubttbat many diseases aro caused by constipation. The Sultan of I'urkoy has only 167 Aside from creating impurity of tho blood, it gives rise to hpadsclie, piles, wives. fevers, (lability, etc. liv using Uer man Liver Syrup tho bowels, liver Is your life worth GO and kidneys nro soon regulated, nud a Dumb Chill; Aguo; Congestive Chill, complete cure is perlormwl. Mw aud Death. This in thri etotutiun of that SI (A). Sample bottle free at H. G malarial chilly sensation Stop in HaniwickV drug store. time. Plantation Ciiiil Cine will do it,ur it will cost you nothing. Tid Thtro nro 1,100,000 pHupers in by BlakemurH Bros. Grnat Dritniu, America has 113 kiuds of ibxtf out turrit. Wo urgo. nntl guarantee bold Pleasant (o tnke, mild in i's hi f.'u and lasting in its t'ltVcl. W.N n prominent druggist nt Cadis, Ky., certifies thnt ho noils mom Ot Blakomoro Uros. Plantation Chill Citke. con-liuu- nt threo-fourth- ls! rucuterb She came from way down cast, they said, And, being Introduced, aheled ale there to recapitulate The city's piuxe op to data: And when my full directory I bad retailed, she ald to met "I want to know!" told ber everything I knew That worthy was of Interview: totalled to ber each shopping mart. Tbe homes of drama, taualo, art. Tbe drives, menagerlea and parka: Described with eloquent rtrairk-Th- e watering placea round about. Enthused over each excursloa route. Talked till. In fai't. my tongue grew weak. Then heard again, la accents meek: -- 1 want to knowt" 1 round-bottome- d Angeli of mercyl Had t then Obeyed the Impulse born af men. And with warm malediction burled That spinster to tbe lower world liVou open window where I sat. Would not the gods approve of that' I want toknowl Ho ton Court A glimpse of woodlands, green and fair, A carpet brown aoft spreading there, WHAT Songs af tha l'lne. E eotroitoih'B ...i,. ta i! And fraarant nature everynherai Among green leave n singing braeta, A aont oft sung by grand old trees. A soag of pines a xephyrs play hymn sung day by day, An A thousand yeara that same sweet Uyi A murmur soft, and borne aloft. And sung ane,w by memory oft. O troubled aouL bow oft at night To calm thy throbbing bcarucho's blight, Across the moors of time so white, Dome wafted notes, a song that floau Across ourseas in mem'ry boat. Ohl for an hour at thy dear feel. To lie upon thy carpet neat. And gate through boughs where arches While day of thine. In mem'ry mine, Come low, tweet murmur of the pine. Lydla A Smith, la Heuaekeeping. a, 04 SOME FAMOUS Utrvto. The sultan of Turkey has the richest sollecttou of gems and regalia In the world. Mant of tho Hindoo sapphires and pllier gems are carved into amulets and Idols. IIeliotiiope d turposcd to bo duo to Iron. The diadem of the Russian Hmpress Anna contains 3,530 largo diamonds and a ruby valued at 8100,000. Tiikiib Is a twin crystal of emerald In St. Petersburg seven inches long, four broad and weighing four and ono-ha, pounds. Catsevk Is gray quartz with fibers of asbestos tn tho interior. His fouud on tho Malabar coast, In Ceylon, Ilavurla and tho United States. Tub cutting of the Kohlnoor ooovt-ple- d thirty-eigdays with steutn pow er and cost th0 Regent re quired two years nnd cost 835,000. ht jreen quartz, covered with red blotches or bloodstono ls a dark lf y ABOUT WOMEN. Geoiiok Sand, when overexcited by writing, employs herself In sewing In order to sootho her nerves. 1 plnk-wbl- s) The first gymnasium for girls In Germany will bo opened this autumn at Carlsruho. It has been founded by tho "Women's Instruction Reform so ciety," formed In the year 1688. Hits. GitAPTON Ross, an Kngllsh woman, has invented a tool for killing obnoxious wends In gardens. It Is In the form of a hollow piercer, through which poison Is conveyed to the very heart of the root of n stubborn weed, causing It to shrivel up In a very short time. Woukn belonging to a Itultltnore cooking school huvo offered to train In tho culinary science one hundred elrls attending the grammar schools of the city without charge, hoping thereby to demonstrate the utility of estab lishing a cookery department in connection with thu publlo schools, OHOIOE HUMOR. llAnLow"Who composed this yora?" Cadley- -l don't think It ever wns composed. I don't notice any composure In It," "Paiiilow, what Is your Idea of a gentleman?" "I am." "Hy Jom, I'arlow, you alwnys do havo original Ideas, don't you?" "Ani how Is your table?" asked the prospective boarder, "Splendid," said tho landlady. "Why it's so rich that people aro dying of Indigestion in mr house all tho time," "What marvelous vitality fllithurs ha He's been HI six months now Any other man would havo died " "1, Isn't vitality- - It's tho times. He ls so l t Warranted. CI Liver bottle of German X. O tne Pub'ic Syrup in waranted to ifive entire stti VlotufuiUl our Uh faction in nlli'ssesitis recomouded for, Wj!tT It lr'.- - "e'IMH.1 till 4.H4, provided the contents of tho IxHMo i Mil' i arlsiitlt Meriit'iiie lua UtHlf ,i according to d ivtKn used iiiiiaUr Liter.. It is ih most pI'KHiit imdi'ii I'mwli-- r and St run. As the r.repsl on tlu'UltrkW. Children tnke it reinli Hrotions are fruits of long yearn of Ir. Pile. 60o. nmt $100 Sntuph- xtupy twlli ui UiTiiinuy and this coun bottle free at It. C. Hard wick's drug try of prominent physicians, tho fora store. inula ol which has been secured byj thom.whichthev cheorlully rcouituMij! tlltfni for IlilirtlllHlMbU ...r,, Ort,,..' ,,.,-- '.! ., i.wi,ii.ii)uuu, SOIENTIFIO EXPERIMENTS. sici upniint'ue. indigestion, vaj nu', I)r mixing a saturated solution of ine uarlsieut Medicine Co. request. tu guarantee tuoir rvuieuies or re--1 carbonate of soda with ordinary carmine Ink, red lines may bo successfully iniiii your money wnoro sftlisiactOu is not given. For dehcato lailiwt aud drawn on blue prints. On a clear day an object raised one uuiiuiuii may niirnit rocotup-'wr-iiinJ " o havo received a hiTS.TSa foot above a level can bo seen 1.31 aymp. . . "- I miles; ono ten feot high, 4.15 miles; one piy oi ooin ."syrup and 1'owtlerfnmpi.w twenty feet high, fi.80 miles, one 100 Arhich wo will distribute to tho public feet high, ts.l mljes, and one a mile Regular prico for Syrup 60c. aud $1 high (as the top or a mountain), almost per bottlo; Fonder, 26c. For sale br i n Hnrdtvick. 04 miles. n Touch the convex side of a water so as to leave a drop A cows touguo has 85,000 bulbs. hanging on the glass. Four a little ' t ther Into the concave sldo and blow uponartt, Tho rapid evaporation of the Plantati w Chill Cube BtODschills ether will render tho glass so cold that stops 'em quick, and lliey never coin back. If you don't beliovo It. trr n. tho drop of water will bo frozen. Kntirk combustion of smoke is se- If it don't stop 'em .ask for vour iikim-J- I , ... : .. ... cured by a German Invention by aft en- ey wick, yow u get if, I'ice bOcts.d tirely new process. Tho coal is pulver- noui uy UlAkouioro Uros. ized by machinery and Injected Into A ton of goid is north $502,7i9,2i.i the furnace by an automatically regulated current of air. The carbon Is said to bo entirely consumed and there Is "I consider Chamberlain's Cougj no smoke and no ash. Resides, thn lira Itetnody a specific for crouti. It ls under complete control and can bo Ploasant to take, which is nnn of itui , .. instantly started or cut off. most important requisites 'tvbwi wugu iciacuy is intended lor um3 RELIGIOUS INTELLIQENOE. among children. I havo known nf u where I know tho lifo ofjf It Is said that there have been two sen of croupwas bbvcU by tbo uso ofj hundred Christian martyrs In Uganda a nine onti since thn entrants of Protestant mis- Chamberlain's Cough ilomedy." jrf druj-mst- . Avrwn Moh J LaUraoBO. sions into that country. At a recent convention of the synod 60 cciit bottles for salo by K,C. Hard- of China tha question of Presbyterian wick, uruggin. union was thoroughly discussed, And Quoou Victoria boa 40 pel dojjs. the outlook is said to bo hopofuL The jytiodlcal missionaries of tho PcrhaPS eomtl Of nnr rnarlAm n.n,.t. Presbyterian church onmplaln of the II liklt to kllOtV ill ivdnl rn,uu.l fl lack of and devoted men to preach the Gospel borlain'a Cough ltomedy is bolter'! in the southwestern territories and than any other. Wo will tell you. fl Vt hon this ltomedy is taken states. as soon Miss Mklto, a Presbyterian mis- as n com uas oeon contracted, and bosionary at Mosul, was reccrf tlyattaoked lero it has bocomo sottlod in tho avs-teby fanatic Moslem ami narrowly esit willcounteiact tfia effect of th caped death. Tho Turkish govenji cold and groatjy losnon its Bovority, ment has promised to punlsk the as an 1 is tho oulr remedy thsfc will do sailants. i Ills'. It acts in nerfect harrnnnw rili Tim Free Church of Scotland claims nature nud aids uiituro In reliuvlug sijvonty-fiv- e a total of nine hundred and lm lungs, oiMmiug secretions, Hque-.mmission workers, Scotch and nathe mucus nud causing its ex- - ,' tive, and last year tho home contribuutsion from nlr colls of tho juugstantL , tions amounted to threa hundred and .'oring Hie system ton stfoflft Mtul fifty thousand dollars. -- tuby condition. .No other rtw$dy i market iioHHesiwrt Iheso remark'' FOR THE HOME NURSE. open ips, no oilier will cuitf a ft Oklt bright, happy, healthy subjects o .. quickiv. For salo by It, C, should bo discussed In tho hearing of a fi.r.iwlck, ttp'ggist, slokor aiUng person. DisTiiKflsiNa vomiting may be relieved Thero aro 3,000 Tortugeso in Bos- by applying to tho stomach a hot t0" shingle or woolen pad brought frost , the oven. Why pay J1.00 fora chill curowliBn The quickest way to treat a bunt ot ii can buy Plantation Cuill Cube scald ls to cover It with carron oil and o' us at 60of Sold br Blakomoro Bros flour and bandage with linen. In case of prostration from either aocldent ad TJiore nro 3,000 lnnguagos in tho minister a mild stimulant. When a delicate person is fatigued world. and hss no appetite sponging the body with bathing whisky, diluted alcohol navo you mod ivaktitidm r.,c or milk will nourish the system and riLLs for habitual constipation! Thov 1 produce rest or refreshing sleep. u,u (m.nivii; WHIIIHllll (WIU (l JUT J A nuo In the ear may b drowned out curg, irico ijocis. aokl by 13lak with a Httlo warm water. Apply with moru uros. a sponge or syringe, and after each Injection Incline tbe head with jerk sobs Mr. Gladstone Ikih kopt CO,0 todlslodgo the eontcnU of k cavity. loltora. r-- Every irtc V- 't-rtna- n ir '.an watch-glatvs.upo- ll j g g j cenL of the world's silver, In Europe thoro aro 518,400 Insane! In. thq United States, 168,000. Tiiiieb hundred and sixty mountain In tho United States are owr ten thousand feet high. All tho glaciers in thewAlpa would not equal ono of tho largest in our tei rltory of Alaska. Ham makes more paper than Uncle any other count rv In th n.,,.1.1 rrv- .largest paper mill Is at WostU-oo'k- , Mp. In Great Britain the nnmii id . . T II . Bk la !(. At "IlinillUm .J -- r-'l a WHERE WE LEAD, UncxK Sax furnishes forty-on- e pan Chilli and Fever, Torpid action of thu livor is usuall' ij inn cause oi cuius uud lovor, Ctl omsi irniates tha J vor aud inrhM Wempprary activity. Gorman .Livor Biimuiaios uio action oi tho itvor oy impajticK Biiougtn, aud ! acts on tho lower bowels, oxpolliuji u'uwwn a euro accoa i, i pusneu oy tuut upatmunv is tMira . in. M.uv l,,.al wuy , tiuui. 'Pltn iK'ny a... IO CUfO ('J arm inver is to proven t I hem, can tm uono y (ahiiig Uoruiatj rowder every iovy tlayg duj luamnsi soasou, or Wlionnv lasSSSH' f ir