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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m yoLxvn II 5tiC TMT Him Hi 1 L fev HOPKINVILLK KY OREAM OF NEWS BBIDAY tfJ jit QQTOBEB 11 t89 WAVE OP PROSPERITY NO 72 I i STACY ADAMS SAMPLE LINE OF v Mens Fine Hand made SHOES tX COMPRISING r Eyery 3STEW and STYLISH SHAPE In Every Kind of Material 4 mi sw r Patent Leather Englisii Enamel Cordovan French Calf Box Calf Kangaroo ViciKid English Grain IS Sizes 6 v 2 7 7J Only A2aLderson 4 00 7rr f Ahv jr P m o hats Gents j fi f Shoes We are offering some bargains in Congress also in Lace Opera Toes These Bhoes are worth 250 at present values old price 200 but un- Â¬ til the lot is sold will sell at 175 ssOnly a few remeniomber itfS m for the fall in all grades OUR LINE IS IMMENSE Emphatic ally no advance in price Early buy ing placed us in position to save Bhoe buyers of Christian county and oth- Â¬ ers much money and we do it Come and seeÂ¬ - Ladies- - Shoes I Onr idies Shoes worth S250 value until sold at 175 pro k Unly a tew romemborl They go fast at 175 I a by one the old wooden structures are being torn away and replaced by im- Â¬ Uis lllleetlng Under Headway Hut Sam The wooden proved iron bridges Tho Cov Â¬ IF IT isfjEW AND TRUE THIS COLUMN JtfS Joties Hadnt Coiuo Vcitvrdnr IT IS SWEEPING OVER HOPKINSVIL1E bridge had its good features u HAS IT WITH RESISTLESS FORCE ered as it was it afforded a con- Â¬ Evangelists Stewart and Culpepper venient shelter when travelers wero 4K Meeting Without Jones Mahono have boen conducting the Tabernacle The Jones Old Landmarks Disappearing and Now caught in sudden showersandmany x meeting three times a day Bince last a driver has whipped his team into a lead Charlie Wheeler Wln The Dulldlngi Uolng Up Tho Old Mont Â¬ himg Jf quick trot to reach the bridge before Falp Next Weeb A Quiet 7 JVOV ttlUU UUUCd WttB lUUtiCU pUUUUjr gomery Mansion Several New tne rising cloud emptied its contents Woddlntr forWcdnesday night sure but up to Warehouses A Whole on the highway along which ho trav-Â¬ yesterday he had not arrived It salo Urocery t eled The walls were great places A Quiet Wedding ivalearued thrit he went from Bowl for posting bills signs and notices of Mrs Amelia Lindsay widow of the ing Green Monday to Cartersville by one tho old landmarks o all kinds Protected from sun and NE rain these papers would remain in- Â¬ late G W Lindsay of Cadiz was Ga but it was not known what tho early Hopkinsville aro dis definitely Passers by would stop to called him home bo uddeuly His married Tuesdav ovenincr in this assistants here are looking for him appearing and soon there will reread them and the bridge became city to Mr John S Whittinghill a back on every train ana lie may main nothing to remind tho old in Â¬ the most important point on the road prominent dry goods merchant of have come last nights If not he is habitant of the town in which ho was Scribblers who are always seeking Madisonville The wedding was a expected at any time public places in which to write their very quiet affair and occurred at the Mr Stewart is suffering from a born The workmen are now en names iouna ine onuge wen suueu Â¬ residence of Mr Chas M MeachmV sore throat and will have to leave aB gaged in tearing down the old Mont- to their purposes The birds made Mrs Lindsay arrived in the city the soon as his chiof arrives gomery house which was in its day their nests under tho roof and the day before it was supposed on a visit The meeting1 js largely attended in It fish in the water below sought the 6 toner sister Mrs Meacham Mr but nothing much has been accom- the finest houseMainHopkinsville But all street between shady places underneath is situated on Whittinghill arrived from Madison plished in the way of actual results these things have changed The new ville Tuesday accompanied by his Everything though is in readiness 10th and 11th and for many years iron bridges span the streams like daughter Miss Nina and later in the fot stirring timed as soon as Sam has been used for offices for tobacco great spider webs and the low rail Â¬ day his brother Bev Dexter G Whit- - Jones arrives men The house was built by Dr ings offer no inducements to the bill- Â¬ tingfield of New Orleans and his This delay is likely to prove Montgomery in 1817 at a cost of 10 poster or even to the candidate to 7 nephew Mr Hopewell reached the troublesome to the fair next neek if tack his card to the solid iron In a city Armed with a marriage license tho meeting is continued longer than 000 It is including a basement few more years the last wooden Mr Whittinghill repaired to Mr Thursday and the chances aro that story three stories high Wide stoae bridge in Christian county will have Meachams residence about 9 oclock it will hardly be over by that time steps lead tip to the main hallway in gone the way of tho Indian and the and in the presence of only a few substitutes the second story This hall is very buffalo and Uad III Leg Taken Off relatives of the contracting parties wide and roomy and in the rear end will have taken the places of these the ceremony that united them was Mr Juo T Younsr a prominent steps lead above and below to the cherished old friends of the traveler The farmer at Olrastead Ky has had his said by Rev D G Whittinghill floors On either side there wedding party consisting of the rela- Â¬ left leg amputated below the knee as other two largo rooms connected by were ANOTHER SIGN OF PROSPERITY tives of the erroom and the son and arrangement partition doors West are preparing to Gaither daughter of the bride Charlie Lind Â¬ the result of an old injury received in was the same in This upper story the erect a large tobacco house and nave say and Miss Myrtie Lindsay took a runaway accident sixteen years ago besides the 10 oclock p m train for Madi- Â¬ Tho bone became diseased and making eight large rooms and the already purchased a lot for tho pur- Â¬ Vv the rooms in the basement threatened his life sonville pose They have for several years twoimmeuse balls In front the por- occupied the Latham warehouse but The wedding was a complete sur- Whipped Ills Wile tico was supported by Ionic columns will move into one of their own as rise to the friends of the parties E Dr Joel Parker of Sebree Kv as big around as a large barrel and soon as it can be built The lot is on towns as ere and in their respective Of ftwjw N railroad they had taken pains to keep their has been put in jail at Dixon on a corrugated from top to bottom worn the east side of the L WRftV late years the white paint has intentions a profound secret cnarge oi crueuy beating his wife off these silent sentinels of a paBt between 18th and 14th and is a very one and threatening to kill her while ago of architecture and they have eligible and desirableprepared Tho Tho 1nlr Next Weoki and plans are now being appeared as wooden eyesores used the contract will be let at once The All that is needed to insure the crazed with drink lounging building for whittling posts by those will be of brick and will be complete success of the fair next Richards St Cos Opening about them It is said the building 125 x 165 feet and three stories high week is a continuation of the present ocTb mil opening of Messrs Rich of this mansion which originally It will be arranged especially for the The farming Sea- Â¬ ardsiS fine fall weather which began Wednesday cupied the whole square broke Dr tobacco business and will be one of except the rate the propson has practically closed and continued throughout Thursday Montgomery At any hands and af- the best and most commodious erty passed into other seeding of wheat and tho country city people will have the opportunity to was a most gratifying success Wed ter beiuc put to various uses was pur houses in the o o Wooldridge as it deserves nesday was tho best day they have chased by Buckner patronize the fair ABEBNATHV WILL ALSO ENLARGE There will be nothing left undone to ever had since they have been in bus- and converted into a warehouse The Crowds of people thronged entire square 82 feet back from Main make it attractive and the Secretary iness Mr H H Abernathy is going to has assurances that all of the rings the Btoroand all of them seemed to was covered with the warehouse enlarge his warehouse by another have plenty of money The store leaving tho old house in front flanked season and is having drawings made will be well filled The exhibits in every branch are expected never looked prettier The hand- by the wooden gables of the brick of an addition to his house on Ninth before some fall goods were most artistical warehouse behind In the old resi- - street It will be 65 x 170 feet and to be better than over Co who and the various displays will be very ly displayed and the entire interior i dence Ragsdale Cooper and will cover The succeeded Jiuckner Wooldridge in two stories high the warehouse the here will be quite a fine was a marvelof attractiveness attractive garden between and y display of thoroughbred poultry and show windows atao were the admira Â¬ its ownership have had their offices the residence on the corner of Ninth Â¬ tion of all passers by and several commission men have and Liberty streets some lively competition tor the premdemand Their Btock this season is the lar- UBed the rooms above from time to for more room is one of This surest iniums in this department dllki the The fair will becrin on next Thurs gest they have ever bought In time For four or five years tho dications of the solid growth of the day and last three days Make your cloaks fur caps plush jackets and house has been the polling place for Hopkinsville tobacco market The ureoaralions to attend and help out capes and wraps of all kindB the la- Â¬ district No 4 and it was last used boom has com to stay dies cannot fail to be pleased for this purpose on October 1st when the fair Dress goods are especially hand- - the reeristration was held The work MATRIMONIAL some m crepons mohairs boucles 0f tearing away the walls is now well Uon aiahone Dead MARRIAGE LICENSES storm serges silks brocade satins under way fVUi brick are being1 Gen Wm Mahone ex United hsrured etc while the cleaned off and will be used in the S Whittinghill to Mrs Amelia taffetas J y States Senator from Virginia died in spangled and leweled trimminers new business block to take its place Lindsay sfttg L Allie W Bowling to Carrie V Ren ftrt Washington October 8 aged 69 years jewel buttons and the like fill the The stone liutela and window Bills v TT All kinds will also be used on the Bides but shaw irJl Ho waB a distinguished Confederate ladies with admiration Jas M McCord to Lena Hamby General and after the war became of notions and fancy goods are found when the new building is completed J it4- J in great variety Jas Duncan to Mildred Hight will be nothing else to remind there the leader of the readjustor movement Wewfo tii f4Mimti 1 The millinery department of course the passer by of the stately old man COLORED in Virginia He was elected to the Senate in 1881 as a readjuster but attracts all of the ladies This room sion that was a palace in its day Frank Gray to Alice Ratcliffe and Mrs nearly half a century ago In the Henry Gladish to Mary Greenwade became a Republican and his vote Rawlins and Beveral assistants who yard just north of the doorway there gave the Republicans control of the Monroe Chappell to Mary Winn Senate He was once quite wealthy use every endeavor to please in their wero several trees planted about the Frank Tandy to Lula Henry but died poor He was in Washing line carpet room up stairs is chock time the house was built Ouo of Jas Hopson to Lilly Johnson The these was an elm which was nearly ton on a visit when he was paralyzed full of the newest things in moquettes four foot in diameter and towered far September 30 DEATnS axminsters body and tapestry brus above the tallest buildings It has sels ingrains linoleums mattings been taken down and the work of Hamby Mr Finis Hamby deputy Two Totty Fines Turkish and Smyrna rugs wiltons digging up the stump is one of tho county assessor died at his home a been quiet in County furs etc Business has most serious problems that will con- few miles north of the city Wednes Â¬ Court circles this wt ek only two cases Their shoo department is u leading front the contractor Mr Dunnavant day of typhoid fever aged 28 years Tom Simpson feature and they huve o fine line of Tho great trunk of the tree was sawed Mr Hamby had been sick for several having shown up got distinctly drunk and mistaking shoes for men women and children into meat blocks and several parties weeks Ho leaves a wife and four another mans horse for his own rode Tue fall trade is now on and their ton were supplied with these enormous children The contract calls for souvenirs him off Complaint was soon made salesmen are kopt in a rush COLORED the new block to bo completed by and defendant had to pay 1 and Faying Fosltions Offered A Hutohins son of Cy j Dec 25 and the work is being pushed costs for his little mistake Tom A Kentookian representative called with all dispatch The old familiar Hutchins died in the city Monday of Mumford col ate apples belonging to another without the necessary on Prof J F Drauprhon of Draugh- - building will soon exist only in the flux leave consent etc and had to pay ons Practical Business College memories of the decendants of those Circuit Court Matters For a Few Days the penalty 55 and costs He was Nashville Tenn one day last week who stood by and watched it rise in All of the commonwealth cases set fined for trespass and was shown a large number of tions for this week weie continued until GUTS Charlie Wheeler Wins letters from business men all over tho o 0 next week and civil matters have Frankfort Ky Oct 9 The court country just received desiring to seOn been claiming the attention of the A NEW GROCERY STORE of appeals rendered a decision in the cure the services of graduates of that court for the past few days There is now case of Wheeler V3 Commonwealth Eopular institution About the first of next month Mr of Jesup vs Tho the year that Prof WT T Cooper will open up a largo Brame celebrated case days of court day in from Paducah which was a contest consumed three HATS The Draugonis not called upon to fur Â¬ wholesale and retail grocery store in tho jury bringing in a verdict for over the office of city attorney city council nish some business house with such the Mercer building opposite the plaintiff Wednesday court decidos that the The college has re Â¬ Court square information Mr Cooper will go ruled properly in adopting the Keed ceived 67 The suit of Lucy Summers vs MIL students during the past into business on a large scale and his counting a quorum of method for Forbes Bro resulted in a verdict a tremendous pa- Â¬ extensive acquaintance both in tho and itB members and that the election of month and now has for defendant attorney tronage nearly every state in the city and country and hiB high stand Charles K Wheeler as city Jas A Boyd vs W E Boyd ver- Â¬ DUNLAPS union being represented and this ing aB a reliable and successful busi dict for plaintiff was valid county has sent a number of young ness man will insuro him a good Sam Redd vs Austin B Johnson The Assessors At Work men and several ladies recentty all share of business from the start Ho verdict for defendant NEW SHAPES Following are the deputy assessors of whom have progressed rapidly is one of the younger set of business C F Miles vs Geo Lewis verdict are included in this cut but no Stet who are assessing the property of tho Young gentlemen and ladies con men who have done so much to pull for plaintiff templating a course at this celebra- Â¬ sons A number of cases wero continued county for this year the assessment ted business college would do well to Hopkinsville out of tho ruts in which the mossbacks kopt it for so long until the uext term for various linrinc bfifln bemiii Sent 15th write for catalogue at once and bring about the era of prosperity reasons District No 1 1 B Boyd and W ust ahead of us and good lime1 r Common Grades Go This Week B Pace District No 2 W T flight Convict Captured u town in Kentucky WohavU Tho tobacco Bales this week were nnd the and Fouut Alder District No i Win Sec Our Line joung men now at tho holm Buford MeKnight col sent to tho Henderson and Finis Hamby Dis made up almost exclusively of com- aro determined to keep Hopkinsville trict No 4 H W Breathitt and W mon leaf and lugs Tho market on in tho front ranks of progress and ad penitentiary from this county in Oc- Â¬ GOOJOS FURNISHING H Ryan District No 5 Assessor these grades was firm with good de vancement Mr Cooper has faith in tober 1891 for two and a half years Juo B Everett mand Sales amouutod to loss than tho town and will show his faith by for grand larceny escaped from tho The Dover lalr 100 hogsheads recoipts also being his workB He will be assisted in the Eddyville pen a few weeks ago and is on this light The 94 crop has nearly all business to be started by his brother was captured in Henderson by Chief The Dover Tenn fair Ho Mr J E Cooper We predict for Walker of that city Tuesday week and the meetiner promises to bo been sold and the various warehouses tho house a successful career and a was returned to the prison Wednes aro nowt ready for the new crop day to finish out his term of moro than usual interest to farmors which will begin to move in a few full measure of popularity cud stock breeders The exhibition weeks Loose buyers aro also get Â¬ o o L E Ovey of Kuttawa made a of firle stock is said to be good and ting ready for business PASSING OF THE COVERED BRIDGE general assignment Ho was en Â¬ racing is an important feature The covered bridge is one of tho gaged in a general merchandise busi Â¬ Paducahs full registration is 2 The fair closes to morrow Several from this city are in attendance and Lafay Â¬ 938 1828 Democrats 1295 Repub Â¬ objects that is fast passing away and ness Assets about 12000 liabilities tv i will soon be a thing of the past One 8000 i licans and 815 scattering ju ette is largely represented t a s WAITING FOR SAM COS up-to-da- te J y- caps I IMMENSE and CAPS LEO A M c sS i JSTOVES JTMs Sounds HOPKINSriLLE KENTUOKIAN VKJL TURtyNQ THt LHwyef f a a otQber 1 PE basic note It la lately Mmntkl tUaf the bank should b determined eUm payment cannot be made Butlottfaeblt presented show tho name of the bank its number or even a portion of one of the officers tslgnaturo and it goes Until very re-Â¬ cently portions of notes sent In have been redeemed on the discount princi Â¬ ple nine tenths of a teu dollar bill bringing nine dollars and o on but now tho law is that tho smallest por- Â¬ tion Is redeemable at the full face value if only It Is accompanied by satisfactory affidavits as to tho loss of the remainder Some few attempts have been made to swindle tho treasury in this way by falso affidavits but the de-Â¬ partment belloves that it has always discovered theni Such trickery is rather discouraging to tho officials when the government means to be hon- Â¬ EARN TOLLAR oas te tbt of aW r jf r m Z i 1806 i 4 pfUES Rinl Hto Client Funny But It la Trua Just tho Same JDncte Sam Adds to Ills Wealth Year Alter Year Through tho Careless- aeas of Citizens Who Hide Money In Stoves 4it iorae The extent to which lawyers can ex Â¬ ercise their imagination when pleading in behalf of their clients is almost be Â¬ yond belief but sometimes the tables are turned in a vqry unexpected fash i ne ttafortusMte LIs f A Special Wnshlnston Lector v u I an unused dttiug-room stovo during the summe-Â¬ rtime When the flro Is lighted in tho autumn tho cash goes up in the smoko sind then tho owner makes application 4o have the ashes redeemed Tho chief of the redemption division says that mat less than one hundred such cases aro submitted to him every fall Som- Â¬ etimes the remains are not too far con- Â¬ demned for identification but as a rule this method of destroying money is tfound to be singularly effective Thero Twas received recently at the treasury 120 in the shape of a small quantity of coshes packed Into a thimble from Texas Tho woman who owned tho 120 had drawn the sum from bank and deposited it in a stove for safe kee- Â¬ Oufortu--aautel- y ping with the usual result the ashes are indistinguishable 5rom any other ashes and so she will Close the entire amount and It is prob iably all she had in the world TJio dear old parlor stove which keeps the rising bread warm during ihe Avinter nights after Julias com l pan has said good night for the bun oreuth time and after Julia has gono to bed with mammas scolding ringing in her ears for sitting up so late tho Ted hot old parlor stove is a consider- Â¬ able source of income to tho United JStates treasury though the contributors to the fund accumulated by its means are Invariably most unwilling ones The parlor stovo is unused for many months and only ono member of the family knows that it is the custodian of m treasure in paper The only one who 3cnows the fact is never present when tthe first fire is started In October just tto take chill the off of the room when And the paper company is expected rmoncy is all consumed Onclo Sam promises to pay in coin Tthe amount printed on his paper money iand he is able and willing to do so lie Issues the money for the payment of idebts It Is accepted by government officials They spend It and It goes Snto circulation When it reaches tho tstovc the government is under obliga -tlons to redeem it in coin When It Is - burned Uncle Sam Is relieved of all obligations and is therefore just so zmuch ahead When cars are burned in railroad ac Â¬ cidents large sums of paper money aro toonsumed There was an accident ono day in Kentucky when two trains met in a tunnel one of them loaded with pas- Â¬ sengers and tho other a freight carry- Â¬ ing coal and iron For thirty hours tho wreck burned and such was the heat generated that the Iron was melted aud flowed like water In tho express car of the passenger train was a safe nvith 51000 cash in it besides a lot of atvLj It was all paper money and was reduced to ashes Whenever a vrailroad disaster occurs fire usually en and the express car is consumed tail 2Sow un express car almost invariably In Btovcs of all kinds make meney for hc government The parlor stove tho ittlug room stovp tho stove lu the bed arootn and the big base burner In tho large hall of tho biggest mansion in town all of them make money for Uncle Sam on tho principle that a Tpenny saved is a penny earned These stoves savo money for tho govern Â¬ ment by destroying the notes upon which are printed tho promise to pay nvhich makes greenbacks and national bank notes worth their face value Throughout tho length and breadth of the land there is no method of savÂ¬ ing money moro popular than the cusÂ¬ bands means With a voioo broken In its pathos tho lawyer dilated on tho Imperative neces- Â¬ sity of the case declaring that his client was utterly destituto not having a mattress q Ho upon and not possess Â¬ ing the means to purchase a crust of bread When tho evidence had been heard tho judge Who well know tho counsels unlimited powers of exaggeration turned to the appellant and addressed to her a few questions ftHave you then no occupation Yes my lord I am a nurse was says tbo Florida Times Union Mr Swan was engaged Jn presenting tho case of a woman who petitioned the court to grant her a judicial separation from her husband a worklngman and urged that as sho was in extrcmo poverty she was en- Â¬ titled to alim6ny according to her hus Â¬ Ion On ono occasion Bilioiisahd Intermittent Feve which prevail in miasmatic dis- Â¬ tricts are invariably accompan- Â¬ ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels ft 9 The liver is the great driving wheel in the mechanism of man and when it is out of order the whole system becomes de- Â¬ ranged and disease is the result The Secret of Health W irGVlmm W p S THE LEADER y Tutfs Liyer Pills Cure all Liver Troubles This Week WEeifenda coiSiarinvititation to tho ladies of Hopkinsville and vi- cinity to call and examine our hand- some display of Pattern Hats and Bonnets tom of hiding it away Do You 4 N v J T DISCOVERING HER LOSS s est but the work of tho experts Is al Â¬ ways conscientious and earnest in the efforts to save the people from losses by misfortune During the civil war the government Issued 447000000 In small notes They were for 3 5 10 15 25 and 50 cents each and wero commonly called shinplas ters In those days Tho records of tho treasury department show that more than 511000000 of this currency was never sent to tho treasury for redemp- Â¬ tion and Uncle Sam was just that much ahead in the transaction It is pre sumed that nearly all of it was destroyed in various ways during tho war pleasant task for tho experts In the re-Â¬ demption division Nearly all of them are ladies Tho greatest gain to tho government was made from tho fractional currency of war times mentioned above The first Issuo of these small notes was made in 1803 and of the 5 ccnt notes then put forth nearly one half moro than 45 per cent accurately speaking has never been asked payment for Tho same thing Is true of SO per cent of the 10 cent notes 20 per cent of the 25 cent notes and 11 per cent of tho 50 cent notes It is shown by the figured treasury total that of the 20000 000 worth of these little notes first issued more than 4000000 still remains outstanding and It will probably never bo presented for redemption While tho government gains by rea Â¬ vcarries a safe with moro or less money son of tho losses sustained by individ Â¬ fin it among other valuables The safe uals in the destruction of paper money vunlbtut it is one for transporting gov the treasury Is slightly depleted by tho ifirnment money is apt to bo of tho por- Â¬ wearlnp pway of gold coin Cvcry table kind and not fireproof Thus it gold r lece Is of course alloyed for as is Jis am almost everyday occurrence for well known gold is such a soft motal onc of these safes to arrive at the treas- - that it could not bo used for money without amalgamation with baser met- Â¬ als Tho gold in tho vaults of the treasury department lies untouched for months and some of it for years en- Â¬ gains a littlo over 1 per cent on all of its Issues of paper currency by contraction In various ways Tho stoves of the country play an important part but there Is a great deal of money in paper boarded every year by persons who die without revealing Its where- Â¬ abouts and much of it is never found Sums in this shape are often dug up on tho persons of corpses exhumed for other purposes Not long ago tho body of a murdered man was discovered In tho woods near an Ohio town badly decomposed and with a pocketbook filled with greenbacks- - Tho latter were sent to tho treasury here for redemption which did not prove in this Instance a It Is estimated that the government And where- aro you employed Swans she unwitting- Â¬ coii Mrs M E ly rejoined pointing to her counsel nocted with The Leader and will bo It vi It waswith tho greatest difficulty From indigestion soar Btomackhad that tho judge refrained from joining acho flatulency distress after on ting pleased to see her many friends and EST In tho shout of laughter with which Or is it a caso of lost appetite wnt of customers this admission was hailed energy weakness debility FEMININE VANITY Aro you norvous rostloss sleoplws worn out in body and in mind It Crops Oat Kron Among Women Be hind tho Oars Httvo you pains in the bad alps lido Vanity in a female prisoner would bead arms shoulders chest bo merely laughable if it wero not so Aro you filled with maWla salloxj sad to behold It is however the one MAIN ST touch of nature which proves the hu Â¬ complexion coated tongue n ht iweta man kinship and there is perhaps some dry cough chills and fovor hope for even these poor degraded Levy Mgr If any of theso troubles or yours tlu creatures if they aro thus swayed by thing you need Is DR KINGS Buch harmless emotions Prison ma- Â¬ trons says the North American Reviow BianT would be perpetually busy if they aKXnBflHMI checked every attempt made by their charges to adopt tho last fashionablo Fringes are going out coiffure perhaps in general society but they are still amazingly popular in prison Criminals will trim their hair as it pleases them and the wisest disciplin- Â¬ In tho gontlost and happiest way and arian affects to see nothing of the fringe In tho same wayK once when with the greatest certainty known to medremoves from chignons wero in vogue the female felt ical science G ERMETUERnamed above tho Bystem tho symptoms happy whoso locks escaped tho prison giving strength in place of weakness JoyÂ¬ scissors and wero long enough to fold ous health In placo of sickness over a pad of oakum The ingenuity There is no other remedy liko it and again with which some prisoners will Done that can do Its work And then it is Â¬ twist and turn thoir unbecoming uni a real pleasuro to tako it Little children form into some faint notion of tho take it with delight and it cures like 00 All druggists 100 0 for fashions of the day might have earned magic AT- these artists good wages In a dress Â¬ makers atelier I have seen panniers you counterfeited and polonaises Bkirts draped or tied back dress improvers YSoIdJby K 0 Hardwick druggist manufactured out of whalobones or horso hair no doubt when the present TM dtu fjneno tr bell skirt Is fading out of fashion It will bo largely patronized in jail The BVS3i craze for personal adornment leodr I will have on display over rtTvYJM OENTMEHTi Bfi All the latest styles for fall and winwomen to skim the grease of their wiuumt My UMTBU TuditiiUj cnrulUtO ter These goods will be sold at J scanty allowance of Boup with which trCMBUcIy Mll mKBfflr One Wmttwihftndfl they plaster their hair I once knew less than their value nai VWiArV tavinr an aged prisoner who was caught hi lUn elrtr wblM am UitBu CJordial invitations extended to Boll tj inttUU or cut bj IB all for M cu Adfrtti scraping the dust from tho red brick cell wall to serve her as rouge Sold by R C HARD WICK -- Cor 9th and Main DPi the incautious reply t am at Mr Suffer Rodgersis THE LEADER 103 MmeFIeurette BEPIETUER Fall THE OPENING 5k mmm will abbe WAYNr A- - mtU T wJ J PALACE Hundred Pattern aUHatsandBonnetsfw lSJ Streets ARMOR IN MODERN USE Englluh Officers In lTorolgn Service to Pro Â¬ tect Themselves In discussing the modern use of armor by officers and men in tho for Â¬ eign little wars of to day an English accoutrement maker as reported by London Tid Bits says 11 MRS LYNE Sore Prompt Poslgj for Impotence Lota Seminal of Manhood Emltslons Spermatorrhea Nervousness Self Distrust Cure fiijjh iMm0 riisft MA KINO A DEPOSIT wy with its cash contents in the shape of moro or less hopeless ashes But tno government has no desiro to ako Jid vantage of these disasters Ex spurts are employed whoso business is to redeem as much burned money as can It is wonderful possibly be identified liow these skilled workers can identify a bill by a little piece of charred paper n take a few littlo pieces of xi ciumbling ashcj so hope 3esMy destroyed that to the ordinary inexperienced eye they would bo wort tio moro than a burned igar and i om them lehabilitato a bill wblc1 may bo redeemable for thousands uf dollars in bright new bills at tho paying tellers c UlA desk htiv MI dent c e K 1 V 1 V 11 n m q J l t Is required Is sufficient evi Â¬ iat tho originals of tho notes n really destroyed Movsels r than your finger nail are v redeemed for the face value As to this Us they represent ly a matter of chance If tlw vrc merely a corner it would ey to suffice forytliciilntiu HW u x srasMtea Jil ilU U assurance that an immense number of tho officers of our -- rmy and navy who 3010 LU0A8AVBL GTLOUI8 go on foreign service especially when ft one of our little wars is expected pro vido themselves with certain easily recognized protections These mind you aro well known articles of trade to tho service The commonest and most usual typo of theso protections consists of fine but beauti Â¬ fully tempered singlt chains inclosed in in soft leather which run along tho shoulders down tho outer side of tho arms and over certain parts of tho pCURES NOTHING BUT PILES body Theso can either be sown into a particular tunioor they can bo adjusted A SURE and CERTAIN CURE separately and put on like harness fil known for 15 years as tho cased in small canva3 bags With The most valuable of all chains in con- Â¬ fi BEST REMEDY for PILES every change of a national administra- nection with accoutrements are tlioso tion a new treasurer Is appointed and which guard tho head and in cases V PiepKeilrSICHABSSOU MED CO ST LOUIS then every dollar is counted so that where tho regulation cap or helmet Is rKKaNSSHSRSHNBSHSlB tho outgoing treasurer can receive re- Â¬ not sufficiently protected in this way ceipts from his successor showing that specially made chains are sown inside his accounts aro correct It is a singu- the same and covered by tho lining Ilo who has heart dlesaso Do you lar and commendablo fact that treasover reflect for a moment my dear that Smoking In Court urers of tho United States have been 1 mlght dio suddenly Commenting on the fact that not long exceptionally honest and capable On Dont let that worry you Ive got In tho Whlte one occasion in 1885 when the treasury ago a pastor of a church a black silk dross that will do with a cash was counted three pennies wero ehapel district in London announced littlo fixing up Texas Sif tings missing in a sum total of hundreds of from tho pulpit that in future his hear It Woak Point millions of dollars These pennies were ers might smoko their pipes during afterwards found on tho floor of ono of service if they choso llndcpendance Hashkins humor is quito original tho vaults They had fallen out of an Beige says thero is nothing flo very said the ordinary reader replied tho contemptuous old and worn out canvas bag Although Btrange about that In tho Mexican Yes tho coin Is seldom handled tho govern- Â¬ courts of law It says the smoking of critio thats its greatest fault ment loses something every time by tho cigars Is sanctioned by hoary customj Washington Star friction of the gold but tho loss is thero ono may often see a prisoner Familiarity Breed Contempt almost infinitesimal as compared with puffing away at tho fragrant weed i Wyld I thought you wero sweet on tho gains which are mado on the Issues while answering the questions put to How comes it that him by tho judge and the latter sorene Miss Patterson of paper money Smith D Fry ly adds to the general smoke Mexican you let Iligbeo carry off tho prize Lincoln Tablet at Gettysburg Mosher I know her better than Hig teachers reward their dlligont pupils Tho act of congress to establish a by giving them permission to smoke bee did Bay City Chat national military park at GottT rg cigars or cigarotics during school Not of Campalcu iJrand Pa huurs and whenever the worthy peda- Â¬ contained an apronrl Preoluct Wardo Havo a cigar 5000 for a suitable bronzo tibW con- Â¬ gogue Is In good humor the schoolroom Old Constituent No thanks I taining on it tho addrc crcd by is thick with smoke Smoking begets Tako it man Im out of politics President Abi mm Lincoln at Gettys- thirst hence on tho teachers desk Chicago Oh delighted Im surel burg Noven or 19 1803 on tho occa- stands a huge jar filled withpulque Record sion of the dedication of the national tho national beverage to refresh tho c metery at that place Provision was tutor and tutored A Iosslmlstlo View i so made for a pedestal 1 r old raoro aros3 than cold Tho duty of American Extravagance Appeuttt in lifes alloyr having this tablet made was devolved Is no wonder that foreigners scoff It And imcUwaoat oahci dont seem as big upon the secretary of war and SecreAn when I was a boy Americans when tary Lamont has instructed Col John at tho whims of rich piece of N Y Journal ono hears of such a extrava corps of engineers M Wilson in gance as is here related Lady Beres Nothing In It chnrgoof public buildings and grounds ford formerly the duchess of Marlbor- Â¬ Squildlg I told Van Iiraamto go and to see to tho prompt execution of tho ough who statutory provision and CoL Wilson is States and vi jrn hero in the United soak hb head who married a rich Now McSwilllgen The advice wag useless now making tho necessary arrange Â¬ Yorker who afterward died lias just No pawnbroker would advanco a dime ments returned from a trip with her hu ud on It Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph Lord Bcreaford They traveled t way Pay of Naval OfHcorg i Wucro Tiiey Aro Wlao The American navy has six rcur ad- Â¬ off alone into Norway paid four laou Robloyn friends seem to avoid him eand dollars for a fishing stream and mirals each having a salary of 0000 Tho commodores receive 5000 the caught two fish As it is Lady Bores Why do they do It lies just returned from his first trip captains 4500 tho commnjuders 1600 fords money the devotion must be oa Judgeto Europe Imw side of the Iioum JL nan ji - I give you ray make uou a STftONQ Vigor ous Man Pries 100 0 Boxes 45 00 Special Directions Mailed with each Box Address Csllari Gaow LlataPtt Co loss of Memory e Will because they are the largest and most re liable commission merchants and because they can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage for the shipper A trial shipment solicited Write to them for quotations before shipping Specialties Eggs Butter Poultry Fruits of all kinds Beans Potatoes Onions Hay Grain Headquarters for Furs Hides and Wool Capital 4000000 liberal advances made on con- Â¬ signments General correspondence solicited Vflll PRM MftlC WtnjJCV By shipping to Herndon Carter Company Commission Merchants Louisville Kyf yos3sEJ2slraK2ffa MEYElUltli MTMENT Jisr f j t ROYAL j CEMENT K X PLASTER eads E3Trer3rt3nl3ag XrL H Jl PHONE 98 Hti2- I I WsSw pj p y v jar t I H it Ji iTitt iiwiminiiiiii raesK fi 5AJ vV UK itaiwniiiiiiii rf mum fiiWfrajtfittifninni -i yMMifam m in n fi j f JW ii wodjfl v aot m i iiowj3aannnHttKMMiK ttlW Biry Iiiwi tl alarir I wasgoin to tatf for chuxoh when I f you yoqrai oomia Ofurw jourVjcola think of anythinio sayaMfrjKm in not traiffee of bis thinkih anything queer action ez jlippei Morn ilh Hen ry sea shey e z she knw he was a schoolboy ah1 away That Sairy Monroe nee Peters thev went with poor Hafrpk wdnder- was pretty I liadjnot the slightest In how fu thunddr3would all corae sdbubttjflfikly rftcoiieptibn of her girl- Â¬ out vML with J Wall i tbey Vode along hood warranted that assumption It dolo imoat yo th talkln till was probabla to4 that maturer Sairy years had brought that tact and theyfgpt to goTn down thlttle pitch finesse peculiar to the gentler sex jest aboveJLfkrklnses sawmill when but how in tbo world she had man Â¬ a birdt or luthin orotber scart the ii UI1 aged to inveigle Hank Monroe in old sorreljab he gin a jump that the toils I could not even conjec- Â¬ lifted W buggy clen froh th Hacks feet flew up an he ground ture Hank was the most bashful boy came plaguey neorgolnH over backI ever knew and during our school ward fffil Unes savd him buthe days up at Lonelyville fho very kicked tn obe Jlumj0ver th dash mention of Salry Peters name board savin himself Sairy gin jF little scream when would cause the poor fellow to breafoAnto a cold weat and 1 used Hank flourished thcmbfi feet over to tfivRk that he was developing a her bead an ez soonshod got the boSs1 stopped she looked at th poor bad case of misogyny town fellow ez ef she waogolri ter jump Uncle Ezra Bulllscamd tho other day from fwaylupken- - odtVtfr buggy anl uh Wby Henry Monroe air you try and from him 1 learned witfe unbounded surprise that Hank crazy says she No Sairy I aint crazy yet but and Sairy were really and truly proy I reckon I will bej says Hank look married and that HapklViT in ez red ez a lobster and tben he ing hicpself a model husband j I was cul Uncle told her th bull story Do tell me all abouit J Ezra 1 pleaded as the bia man in- Â¬ cuJatin to1 call on you Sairy ef I cidentally dropped this startling in- Â¬ hadnt got Into such a tarnal scrape formation Its tho most astound- Â¬ says he to end up with foolish Why you poor boy ing thing Ive heard pf in a whole Why didnt you tell me and then year I hadnt oughter tell I swan I Sairy burst out laffln so heartyt hadnt but beins you and Hank Hank had to jlno In anf some way was boys together I reckon twunt ho got over tbein so awful bashful do any hurt to tell you bout it But right there They drove straight back to Peterses nd Sairy got din- Â¬ say dont ye never tell nobody I alays knew Hank liked Sairy ner while Hank wont after his shoes Twasnt moren a but ye see he was different from nd stockins most boys Ho was still nd bashf- Â¬ month afterward t tbey was mar- Â¬ ul1 but thems th kind that likes ried but dont you ever give it away mighty hard when they git startin tyer Uncle Ezra let thcatouto N Y Press once nd Hank want no exception th bag to th gineral rule I alwnysknew THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD too that Sairy sot a heap o store by Hank nd I didnt wonder at it A Farmer Who Has Sot One Pe3t to Kilting Another nuther for Hank Monroe was a slavin good boy if I doo say It my- Â¬ A farmer by the name of Hender- Â¬ self Ye know Hank was ray first son who lives about five miles north of Greenwich Conn has been great- Â¬ wifes nephew He want none o yer flipper ly troubled for some years past with flopper dudes he was jest a great mosquitoes and has adopted a singu- Â¬ big hard workln hull souled feller lar method of ridding bis household nd beins I knew well enough that of them His farm Is situated very he wanted to spark Sairy awful bad near the outskirts of a second growth nd darsnt why I jest made up my of trees and shrubbery among which mlndJd Ingineer th thing nd bring there is a considerably number of em8pether I dunnos Im entitled pines The pine tree to a favorite of to praise though for btingin the mosquito Parmer Henderson th thing round for it was due had read In the Sunday World of the mostly to an accident tests made by tho reverend gentle Â¬ I toW th poor fellert Sairy man on Long island wbo tried to thought her eyes o him nd ef he drive away the Importunate mosquito kep hangin off that some fellert by pouring oil on the ponds and lakes want half ez deservln o herd slip in the neighborhood Unfortunately in ndH ber nd ho wjuldt have there are no ponds or lakes In the anybo t blame buthlmself I vicinity of the Henderson farm After some days of deep study kep hammerm away athim till he Mr Henderson trans- Â¬ to drive over nd call on however promised I was planted a young pine tree to a wash Sairy th next Sunday plaguey fraid hed back out when tub and placed the tub in the wood th time came but he didnt no shod adjoining the bouse In this sir-e-Xiong bout ten oclock I woodshed there are and always have seen him drivin by lookin ez slick been great quantities of spiders of various species and their webs are ez ef hod jest stepped out pf a bandbox He drove the big sorrel nd stretched in almost every available th new buggy I reckon youd ha nook Farmer Henderson calculated took him for th parson ef youd seen that the mosquitoes which usually loitered about tho house would be atÂ¬ him thatmornin Â¬ est ez he was crossin tracted to the woodshed by tho pres- Â¬ Wall jest ence of the pine and that once hav thats Wilier creek bridge afore ye git to th Peters place ye ing entered the shed the spiders remember I aposo th cold chills wouiu d the rest He was after got to playin I spy up his back the expiration of a week much grati- Â¬ Anyhow he gin a sneeze ndoff fied to find that tho troublesome went them air glasses o hlsn Hank Insects had almost deserted the main was nearsighted ye know They building and that the webs of the spiders were well filled with the 6truck th aige o th bridge nd the fell into th oreek where the water vu kcJ gucic Mr Hendersons next move was to introduce spiders on was knee deep a the tree and encourage them to Hank was stumped then for minnit or two an I spose he calr weave their webs among its branches ProbHy hed He isnot much of a naturalist bv lated to go back horn utr of done it top ef thadu been for th expects to estaM a i spiders before iong and to perma Â¬ accident I spdkeof a mlr nit go but he had to get his specs first anyhow nently relegate tho mosquitoes to N Y V orld so be looked up nd downt road their clutches nd not seeln anybodyin sight be Bogus English Estates jest slipped off bis shoca nd stock- Ex Consul General New reiterates rouea up nis irouserp ua in s the statement that there Is no estate waded in Hed jeat fished em out when Tom Masons little yoller dog of any description amounting to as cum bouncin out o th bushes mucb as ono million dollars in Eng- a barkln like all possessed nd th land either In the Bank of England old sorrel pricked up vhis ears hd or in the court of chancery In which started off dova th road at a putty American heirs are Interested The same statement has been made by tolable lively gait authority a hundred Whoa fit Glt out vou Drute- - th dog indubitable whenever a smart law Â¬ times But I yells Hank but Tjjtoa boy took to himself what was meant for yer gets out of another job or wishesÂ¬ th hoss nd th hcSs played he was to tako a trip to England at someth dog an lit out fastern everwith body elses expense the deathless fake of a vast English estate Hank chaslri long behind barefoot waiting for a number of guileless The ed nd nigh about barelegged old boss slacked up a little jest afore Americans to come over and get it he got to th bend in th road nd is revived Chicago News Hank managed ter climb in nd pull Electricity In Europe th robe over himself jest a few rods i Electrical lines in Europe have afore ho got to th Peters place BT increased in number during 1894 I dunno ez gosh I hadnt oughter tell th rest ontl Youll be from 43 to 70 their length from 305 c to 700 kilometers the power at the pokln fun at Hank wont ye Ifc lic I wont Uncle Efcra Dont stop central stations from 10050 to 18150 f kilowatts and the number of self now Wall dont ye do It Ye see moving vehicles from 538 to 1236 leugth of lines with Sniseen him comin after he got Germany leads Inthen comes France th bend nd I spect she fig 866 kilometers voilii Austria-Hungar- y gered a little on mukih thraost of with 96 England 69 45 Switzerland 37 Belgium th chance Anyhow she grabbed th1 gait 22Italy 19 Spain 14 The trolley her bunnit nd went out to where she stood lookin ez purty ez systemjis the favorite being used by 55outof 70 lines a posy All CreUlt tional Cms of IAve stMeht of Bare Feet Cacle XirCUlma Genuine TluiiiKkVetT Unconven Â¬ ask trie to ridd VAforeHhspobr JtL fdforjuld bashfuly v- I iy Orleans has explained his plan for an electric railway motor which will attain a speed of four hundred miles an hour In an Intervlow in tho Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette Ho says Wheats on Some tlmo ago I made some MAjit I net i drawings fronj an Idea I formed on rlriZPn t11ib railway travel and connected the r -cars of the future with an electrical device doing away entirely with lo18 comotives as each car would carry Is carry mo tU t its own power that tors and pick up the power from a single track or from iron pins in lit- Â¬ tle boxes along the track The cars will have tho same capacity for pas senger traffic as those in use but will bo of an entirely different shape Vye Instead of huge wooden struc Â¬ tures which experiments prove re- Â¬ quire Immenso power to overcome tho faction entailed on a journey espe cially when they are running at a high rate of speed we intend to fe build a steel cylinder shaped car with an entirely smooth surface re sembling a cigar save that It will be pointed at both ends to allow it to run In either direction without turning A1J nuts bolts and other external appurtenances will be even with the surface thus saving power required to overcome friction This car will bo run on a single track with a rail In the middle of the ties Oneach side of the rail will be a sys- Â¬ if tem of brackets six or seven feet high supported by outside braces Tho car will be built on two wheels something similar to a bicy- Â¬ cle These wheels will be placed at each end of the car and extend up Into it at its diametrical center The HnWSHill x x wheels and rails will bo double flanged arid everything will be smooth as glass and as frictionless as it is possible to make them Tho bed of tho car will be as near the rail as Is consistent with safety thus bringing tho center of gravity Along the sides as low as possible of tho car as many little friction wheels can be placed as lanecessary and these will run In the channel bars keeping the car balanced or al- Â¬ lowing It to run smoothly if it should lean to one side a few inches Springs are attaohed to the friction TT Ml 7ss-Z wheels to aid in regulating the car nawiHriitaas 0ir should it tend to one side when going at this high rate of speed On the axles of each wheel are attached two JOIN IN THE PROCESSION motors which furnlsh tho power The inside of the car can be as luxuriously furnished as they are at We have a very line of HARNESS SADDLERY and FLY NETS present and the walls may be cush Â¬ TALBOT SADDLES made to order ioned to avoid any unpleasantness St Louis Republic r RAPID TRANSIT Four HUnate5 MlW ifrFHofirils thtf Flsti Predicted Col James Andrews riqw located In Pittsburgh and whom St Louis nns will remember as the associate of Capt James B Eads In the wonderful works of engineering at Nev Uavw t jV Iround oak found only at Forbes Bro Ifo less fuel than any stove made m more J Half nf rl ionrkfl dsmrl will limitations 1 The Now is the time to buy heating stoves 4Eound Oak is still in the lead It is the only lair tight etove on the market The genuine ittZ u h J m mH vm wmmrmm t 1 mm frxs i im Majestic Range best and most economical bakers made The r y oven is the most important part of a cooking apparatus the fire box is the digestive organ and the d the circulation These organs in th Majestic are different any stove or range made The Majestic oven is the mbsi sative the fire box the most economical and the draf1 simplest and most perfect sold more majestic ranges last year than were ever sold before in the same time and the reason they sell is because they are the f I is m u he In A Jl BUgl we have this year fa passed any previous r Our stock was more fully selected and bought cheaper well bought are already half sold Com as ad Ml MADE AN ELECTRIC SPRING Many Invalids Cured Before tho De coptlon Was Found Out In one of the shipyards of Cleve land there is a young man who dem- Â¬ onstrated to some people of the EMPIRE WZiea w JL JLJLJLh el Rocky mountain country the great influence of tho mind over the body In their cases this influence was suf- Â¬ ficient to cure various diseases until they discovered tho hoax and then a relapse came to some who had not as yot thoroughly recovered The young man and his companion were not posing as priests of any peculiar faith but wero simply look Â¬ ing out for the dollars that might come from their patients and the cures were in no wise credited to faith but to the natural proprrM This tbey of an electric spring claimed to have uncovered under the bluff at Plos Peak and over tl vater thov bnih a sanitarium tvm far nnrl nmr wr and not only came but were cured From various diseases the patients obtained relief and the sufferers from rheumatism were numerous some being terribly crippled The phenomena of the spring wore remarkable and unique --Tboso who Our Empire wheat drill still leads They cannot down her Why Becct1e shh is the anly force feed on the maricet The Em- Le Uinii is the only one a farmer am reiy on and they know it M 1 1 r WWrMriBBr y IB mIH bathed in its waters felt pleasing currents of the subtle energy coursing through their anatomy and was was cup JET kAAJLMJL OJ sold over half million pounds of Armour We have a Is t when a cup which was chained touched to the surface a shock felt by the arm which held the Marvelous success camo to the sanitarium and wealth was rapidly coming to the young men during tho peveral months that the cure was In operation until one day a party of electricians visited the place and discovered the secret of tho springs peculiar actiou Thereupon feai Ing the wrath of the people the young men fled leaving everything behind Tho visiting electricians strolling over tho mountain had found wires and these wero traced into the spring Beneath the rocky bottom of the basin there was a network of The secret of the conductors shock obtained at the drinking place was found to lie in the fact that tho water was connected with a wire and when the cup touched the surface a circuit was formed The dis- Â¬ covery of the fraud destroyed in many case all the good that had been dono by the treatmotit Cleve it land Leader western Homestead and National Bone Meal and want more so come in qiiick belore all is gone i We have secured Mr John 8 Shalley in our Harness d ment which he bus improved in every point and we havi the most complete stock ever carried in in the city TALBOT SADDLES Made 10 Order 4 1 IK fo 8K Ji a V a if ft B A rj SI r i JA ETWMB 4 lewtuc M HOPKINS a O fcr I Wi Bill Bradleys thugs are getting Hiatt JfijKiittirfUe detporato ais they relbe that h not propowi mm muim people of JCeatuoky dp W negro rule rmieui icismi to turn orer the state BY to that allied with CHAS M MEACHAM or thosepenitentiaries the party with keeps our crowded At Tanchester last Fir iUBSCBirrioN a a ykar in advance convicts day an outrage was perpetrated that notices eent per toel readingcents per90line each ltne Sp 6 il Localsstanding advertisements Insertion is set forth in the following special tarnished Bates for Great indignation prevails all over en application Clay county over the treatment of OFFICE 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET Prof W F Hinklo a young school teacher who attempted to answer the DEMOOUATIG TIOKET speech ot Col W 0 Bradley here For Governor P WAT HARDIN ol Mercer Friday night Col Bradley had just For Lieutenant Governor R T TYLER ol Fulton finished a long speech when Hinkle For Treasurer Hinkle was arose to answer him BCFORDotClay For Auditor knocked down and was badly beaten L ONORMAN ot Boone Then he was arrested on the order of For Register of the Land Office GB 8WANGO oMVolfe the Kepublican ex convict County For Attorney Goner Fleming Judge Parker Knives and pistols W JHENDRICKW ForSecrotary ofSUte were drawn but Hinkle was never al- Â¬ HENRY SHALE of Graves lowed to say a word and was carted For 8nptof Public Instruction v BD PORTER THOMPSON Of Owen He has been off and locked up For Commissioner of Agriculture ION BNALL of Louisville tried by Parker who put him under Por Railroad Commissioners 1000 bond to keep the peace for a Hopkins JTLETOHERDEMPSEYof GEO HALEXANDER of Jefferson year GREEN R KELLAR ot Nicholas For Circuit Court Judge L 0 LINN ot Calloway i t a if T V M IM u Vi m - 11 i lummi i T nBk C k Are Jlke Fire They are PWI h m rmm j Good Servants But make w r Jrl f Jr v i l Poor Masters Your Head clear Build up your Strength 8harpon your Appetite You must hYe To keep your Nerves steadyi iLj7h Xi 1 Ayr I JT v A7 L jKV HiihS ---- J i Pure Rich Blood The Beet Mediclao to Vitalize and Earich the Blood is Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier Prominently la the Public Eye t Hoods Hoods Pills SKEM PRACTICAL felI5 lDo April Showers As make you 5HRINiCvf II Im For Magistrate Pembroke District WM LPARKER EKE i OOUBLUB JOUBNALS WOEZ The following ablo editorial is a fair sample of the excellent work the Courier Journal is doing for the Democratic ticket I u Jr J 1 Yi H r i The Democratic City Committee of Louisville made up of the newly elected committeemen in the 129 precincts met in convention and nominated a full ticket this week and adopted resolutions endorsing the whole Democratic State ticket The speakers declared that Louisville would go Democratic in spite of the opposition of the Courier Journal and The Post to the head of the ticket of first class men ticket is composed nominated without any sort of dissatisfaction and the situation in Louisville is greatly improved With a registered majority the city ought to go Democratic POSITIONS GUflRfliNTEED under ref onnble conditions Co not say it can not be done till you send for free catalogue of DRAUQHONS from the sight of your friends shrink rhymes with think if V- u4tMe44 Qcwfe a j possible you are in shape to do some good hard thinking after your shrinking Heres a pointer for you U1C JJltVi itvmu guuuj fllC ail dlbl IUH ana noia ineir snape ao not Dag at tne knees are sola under an iron clad guarantee to give you satisfaction and prices are away down Just push the buttonwell do the rest its just This College is strongly endorsed bybankers and merchants FOUR weeks by Draugbons method of teaching bookkeeping ls equal to TWELVE weeks by the old plan Special ad Â¬ vantages in Shorthand Psnmnnship and Teleg- Â¬ raphy Cheap board Opctt to both sexes No vacation Enter now Railroad Fare Paid UflMI QTTTTW We have recently prepared UUlUu ulUVIi books on Hookkeepiko Shorthand and Penmanship especially adapt- Â¬ Write for Home Study ed to home study circulars at once Tiaslrvllle Tcnn 111 Mammoth Clothing Shoe Co No 1S J t if o i f t VV rm 1k tifV ir A- If I fi f y swept Indianapolis Democrats Tuesday electing Chairmen Taggart of the State Central Committee A heavy mayor by 4000 majority There are four or five single stand voto polled was ard Democrats in Hopkinsville who are said to be determined to withhold their support from Hardin and one Ollie James has chased E T or two of them have said in their Franks out of the First district a sec- Â¬ wrath that they would vote for Brad- ond time and at Princeton gave him ley Wo cannot and will not believe such a f railing that he will not be apt that a sinerle one of them will do it to venture again into James territory They when it comes to the scratch There is more Catarrh in this sechave about them a few object lessonB that ought to deter any thinking tion of the country than all other but together and Democrat from changing his politics diseases years was supposed until theÂ¬ to be inlast few in this enlightened community Such curable For a great many years flops have not paid in the past and doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescibed local remedies and by will not pay in the future constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable The Republican managers are fig- Â¬ Science has proven catarrh to be a uring on 10000 majority for Bradley constitutional disease and therefore in the Fifth and 12000 in the Elev requires constitutional- treatment manufactured by Catarrh enth districts and profess to believe HallsCheney cure Toledo Ohio is Co FJ that Hardin cannot overcome 22000 the only constitutional cure on the majority in the other districts Brad market It is taken internally in levs maioritv in those two districts doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful will not exceed 15000 and the Firs It acts directly on the blooa ana raucous surfaces of the system They and Second districts alone will over offer one hundred dollars for any Bill Bladder will case it fails to cure Send for circu come that lead have the wind let out of him Nov 5 lars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo O BJPSold by druggists 76c Editor Ben D Riogo has gone into the fight for the legislature in Ohio LIV 8TOOK MARKET county with a determination to win and has taken the stump against his Reported by Tatuh Embby Co three opponents C M Barnett Re Â¬ MVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS BOURBON STOCK YARDS publican J P Miller Populist and QUOTATIONS The W M Likins Prohibitionist county is close but the Democrats are LodisvilleKy Oct 9 Cattl confident of electing Mr Ringo who Receipts of cattle 279 and 81 calves would be one of the brainiest men in Shipments 172 Market ruled exeither house if he should be sent to tremely dull throughout the day and Frankfort it was impossible to obtain Mondays prices A great manycattle left over did not unsold prosptft for dull trade the Owensboro Democrats i week retm let burst any blood vessels in wt1 1623 Shipments Hoas Receipt their vote rearilored rr 11U figures 608 Aictrket ruleu blow MH about show 1080 Derr- raio 831 Republi-non-com- - steady at yesterdays prices Every thing sold readily at quotations Pros cans 1 v Populists and 235 pects look fair at about these prices mmittals are prob- ziktai Tho vnr Sheep and Lambs Receipts 2161 Locrpcctoscrat -ii i Market ruled mil and 15c tu but even with these the city will be lower especially on the coming grade closer than it has ever been before Oattlk Extra shipping U 00 to 4 60 8Wto4 00 shipping The Court of Appeals has denied Lightbatchers 8 60 to 100 Best 2 B0 to 8 25 butchers the motion for a rohearing in the TuiT to good medlnm butchers 3 00 to 2 60 Common to bank tax cases Judges Pryor Thin rough steerspoor cows and 1 00 1 78 to scalawags 8 2i to 8 BO Grace Hazelrigg and Eastin con- - Good to extra oxen 1 26 to 2 25 Common to medium oxen curred and Judges Lewis PaynterJ Feeders 8 25 to 8 75 10001b to 12001b 1 60 to 8 25 Htoekers and GufTy dissented The decision Bulls 1 25 to 2 fi5 2 60 to fi B0 Veal calves greatly benefits tho State4 at the ex 250 to 80 00 Choice milch cows 12 00 to 16 00 Falrto good milch cows pense of the cities Main St Hopkinsville Ely THE HOWE JEWELRY CO OF- - HAS THE MOST ELEGANT LINE Watches biuuerware Jewelry ULocfis ever seen outside of a large city Remember uut gass DIAMONDS Bric-a-orae Art Goods Spectacles ALL AT LIVING PBIOES Personal attention given to Watch Clock and Jewelry Repairing thejlace w 209 SOUTH HMAIN ST Two Doors North of Anderson Co J HOWE JEWELRY COMPANY Gall on us for Reliable Goods and Repairing J AS M HOWE FIFTH ANNUAL of MGR 3 InMemoriam The undersigned appointed to diaft resolutions expressive of tho feeling of this society upon the death of Mrs Annie B Wooldridge submit il ll f a i I f A ft fw v I Xl J p 0 W HJ i i i I v 1 J -Tap-Whereas Death has again invaded our ranks and there has entered into a better life into the life which is the truer rest a Christian woman a fellow worker in our society of Womans Mission to Woman Incorporated t Whebeas This mysterious dispensation to us has created profound HOPKINSVILLE KV sorrbw and we deem tho lesson ot the life of our sister too precious to be lost therefore be it Resolved That in the death of Sister Wooldridge this society has lost TT HUKSDAY CXOBER 17th a most valued co worker the church a consistent member and the comraiP uity one of its noblest women a per son of rare qualities and combinaJUDAY tions a nnture refined yet resolute CTOBEB 18th gentlo yet intrepid affable yet un swerving a character of modesty and self reserve of ready sympathy with human stress acito preoption and of ready purpose of the firmest religious faith of the sincorest friendships shedding pleasure without ATURDAY CTOBER 19th frivolity above all jealousy or petty m WFyw zv fiwnlry bearing herself at all times in all places with a Christian grace that never could be surprised or taken unawares but ever shed a radiance as exquisite as it was tin soiled filling up her life with all the fealty and devotion of her noble womanhood Resolved That we will cherish with fond affoction the memory of our deceased sister and strive to emulate her virtues Resolved That we sympathize with the bereaved ones and pray that the Christians comfort may be theirs Hoos Choice packing and butchResolved Thafas an evidence of -4 00 to 4 05 ers 225 lb to SOO lb M V DULIN Fair to good packing 180 lb to our esteem and affection and a tribJ B GALBREATH The Democrats carried Chatta- Â¬ 4 05 to 4 10 225 lbT Secretary President ute to departed worth these resoluICO lb to 180 Good to extra light nooga Tuesday electing Geo W 4 05 to 4 10 tions be spread upon the minutes of lb 4 05 to 4 10 Ochs mayor and five of the eight Fat shoats 120 lb to 160 lb tq the 4 00 to 4 05 our sooiety and a copy sent Fat shoats 100 lb to 120 lb 8 25 to 8 7f bereaved family aldermen The city went Republi- Â¬ Boughs 150 tb to 400 lb Wages in Japan are exceedingly troarqnt oq jo otfpoiMonjj qimbjoq SiiErr and Vsh Good to ex ship Mabt B Campbell can last fall by 1250 majority 2 60 to 2 76 pine shrep qv umo aoq loir and together with tho skill and o raoa sainpo jTiq October 1895 2 00to2 80 Fair to god 1 75 to 2 00 Common tomedlum persevorance of the Japauese con Â¬ jo eoaapnuob oq vm pnn ngfljitaii 00 to 2 60 There are just four of them Wat Bucks 8 25 to 8 40 stitute an important factor in the nj Aiqtfjq OAg aoAV jo mjuiOdA Kxtra terson Whallen Ward and Winches- Â¬ Fair tolamb3Kentucky lma 800ton25 good Tennessee Anyone staking their commercial affairs in eastern Asia OANOttjqiu AJ9A o si pooV ejj 8 60 to 3 00 ter Atherton and Knott dont count Common to mnillitm 175to2 2 money on the Tali ends or nulla qjuotn v old Fair The tailor who makes clothing after style receives tho BJBHOp A UOAOS JO AJBTTJ9 0 B SJ9AV0S lfTTIITBBJirwl Ground lots will surely the European average is 25 cents jo nvioanq oq jo juounaBdap Ha i wmtmKwumncatncuaMa his highest win Good odds and no per daypay Next comes the stone- Â¬ qjuap oq uj qumsissc so joudissjra moo sjjjoa Aqto oq j Aq uouiniod risk cutter with 19 cents carpenter Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report dti oq poAoooa oaojoasq1 oqs nit 17 cents printer The Alabama Indiana and Iowa joiner smith with ny ui unoj ouia jo oScuooaod u 15 centsj field hands male 10 cents Press Associations are taking in the Silk weav- Â¬ SuiiBui pan jiti ai9in 3nisdipo ani 3 cents per day female AtlantaExposition this week qHjo paa ers are given board by tho employers Ilo sjowoduloo mf For a uhappy feeling at- and 270 monthly They work from unq oao qtM Aat3naqo qiscj liofj tend- the sale of lots in the twelve to sixteen hours and as ttujunixu oojajos iAo oq- jioo pool qooa uaoqaoui is no Suuday in Japan sjj old Fair Grounds to day at there days are not less than 350tho joqog 12uCiJiooaa poai in work on jo sail VHr iqiJja oclock the year ThOj exports exceed the si uoijOuisip qilM4 JTiOAi p Import ol japan by about 10000 oqj nao oi 1yii oq- pn ail Vitalia doublostrongth f pi sale by 4UaiOACB9jWIi the following report Fill go gHSISTIAN gOUNTY fAfR KMBrcSiir w tiWBP 395 LIBERAL Ac3missi02nL PREMIUMS 25 III All Departments Three SPEED RINGS Each Day 0 1 Baking Powder k U SSSSrS ABSOLUTELY PURE druggists 000 annually IBJOUjO AOU S BJ l Ali jt i ii sain J 1 SaA 5 HOW WE THE EDITORS SJXaUK GIVE- m IMPRES Â¬ THEIR SIONS OF HOKKSVILLE Nice Thing education of young ladies Here re Â¬ freshments were served by th younft ladypupila A bueirieae meeting of the Association was followed by a banauet with sneebh nuiking and music Georgetown Times acquitted herself handsomely On Monday night the festivities bo gan itlf a grand ball at Hotel Lathams Bowling Green Democrat rile imathef Pearl City of- the Penny jO FI3XrES Hopkinsvillo was indeed a revela At Honkinaville we received the tion to many of the visitors Few cordial welcome for which those esti Â¬ knew that it is So large or so flourish Â¬ Way We Showed 1kem the Best mable peopje have ever been noted ing It is o beautiful place delirbt- Town In Kentucky Nothing was there left undone to lunjf onuuicu in mo miubt oi one or make the flefeiihe hours full of hap the most lovely and fertile regionB of KtehTMvaltv indeed did the erood py recollections Elkton Progress the State and is a center of wealth people of the pretty little city of and culture - There are many large Hiiiw ji WrT Hopkinsvillo treat the members of Hopkinsville that thriving little stores numerous handsome business the Kentucky Press Association had houses residences and public build- At LieM than Wholesale Prices Having bought the entire Furniture Department of tlieacket Co- - afen which held its annual session in that city of Southern Kentucky opened her gates io the press boys ings The churches are especially a discpunt I am prepared to sell at less than week Nothing that open Iffiftf handsome und so are the Elaco last could BUggest nor willing and on Monday the hospitable citi- Â¬ buildings The public schools school the tfftf hands could carry out was left un Â¬ zens stood with out stretched arms to city are her glory and her pride ofthey receive the1 visitors as they arrived done iaFmaking the two hundred or rank second to those of no other city more visitors fully enjoy thomselves and bid them take all in sight and if m Myprice8 cannot be met by anyone This is the first time a bran new stock of furniture has been thrown cut iae otaie -- uarroinon democrat necessary ask for more There were The city was theirs and for two days the rriarket at such prices as will be made on this stock Taking into consideration the fact that furniture of alE manv pleasurable features nnnnpnfprl they fully availed themselves of the JuBt here I want to sav that Hon- - kinds has advanced 10 to 20 per cent during the past few months This is a rare opportunity and one that will nofc privileges and pleasures bestowed with the two days stay at HonlnW villo chief among them the ball on kinsville is one of the liveliest busi- be offered again soon upon them Dover News bemember the Stand Monday night at Hotel Latham ness cities in the State with an enter Â¬ headquarters of the association at prising and progressive population of HojflpnBville established a new rec- Â¬ which was gathered the beauty and some 8000 who have so greatly im ord for generous open handed hospi- Â¬ chivalry of that and other cities of proved the place that we scarcely 160 the tality by its entertainment of State Bowling Green Courier recognize it after an absence of 22 A FEW SAMPLES OF WHAT I OFFER YOU WHILE THIS STOCK LASTSL members and accompanying ladies of years The streets are lighted with woven wire the Kentucky Press1 Association last FiillL size most Hopkinsville is a thriving and pret electricity and a of the residences Week The social features of the an Â¬ with gas system of waterworks size cheap 80c RocTe Wardrobe nual convention began with a beauti Â¬ ty city of 8000 or 10000 population is now being ful reception and ball at the justly accordiug to who you ask It is lo- streets are well constructed All the Chairs 65c Jf Tin paved with McAdam Boom 8 celebrated Hotel Latham Monday cated in the heart of the datk tobacco and have nice brick sidewalks only Good Cotton Top 1 Cots 85c c night at which the beauty and chiv- Â¬ belt and annually handles 15000 street in alry of the thriving Pennyrilo metro hogsheads of the weed Next to to one short the latter the town being deficient in respect polis gave the visiting editors and bacco wheat is the chief industry of by Mayor Dabney the entire Headed their fair companions a cordial wel the country contiguous to this city tion did all in their power to popularender The county of Christian producing our stay pleasant come and Hopkinsville is a thrifty city of this year something in the neighbor- Â¬ Frankfort Roundabout agreeable nearly 7000 population the county hood of 600000 bushels of wheat To seat of Christian county ana the com- - bacco factories tobacco stemmeries Monday evening was the reception raercial and shipping center of a pros wagon and bucrerv works arothe main of the and ball The least that can be said perous section of Kentucky It is a manufacturing enterprises great tobacco center and this crop town Hopkinsville enjoys the dis- about it is that it was pleasing and Tuesday morning alone puts into circulation upward of tinction of having the best hotel in attractive to all Business House No 18 1000000 a year in the immediate vi- Â¬ Kentucky The Hotel Latham built the business meeting was held at tho in- Â¬ by capital in the main contributed by opera house and from there they adNumerous educational cinity 101 2 Residence stitutions of a high order and a de Â¬ Mr Latham a former citizen of that journed to complete the business lightful social atmosphere combine place is a hotel that Lexington part in Atlanta The great occasion with commercial advantages to make Covington Newport or for that mat- Â¬ at Hopkinsville was the banquet on it a desirable residence city Lexing Â¬ ter Louisville might well be proud Tuesday evening Hancock Clarion The citizens of Hopkinsville did ton Leader o themselves proud in entertaining the The recent meeting of the Ken- Â¬ boya They furnished the The trip from start to finish was a sent it on to Atlanta with band and tucky Press Association at Hopkinsthe crowd ville and the trip to Atlanta with glorious one and no doubt the edi- Â¬ and other good things In fact the short stop at Nashville and Chatta- a Â¬ tors and their wives feel better after entire trip was a triumphal Â¬ Well juBt come and see how cheap they are having had the outing We were roy Â¬ sion Wiliiamstown Courier proces- nooga was one of the most pleasant in the history of the association It alty entertained at Hopkinsville at wbb not our pleasure to do HopkihB Chattanooga and at Atlanta and to Tuesday evening the guests were ville to the full but we were there all these places and people and to that generous and ever accommoda- taken over the city in carriages and long enough however to make ub iust t0 suit ting L N R we are deeply in shown all the principal places of in- feel sorry for having missed the su- Â¬ debted as well as the Nashville terest At Bethel Female Colege perb hospitality extended by the An elegant iine of Lap Eobes opened now Chattanooga St Louis road Au they were served with luncheonabout good citizens and members of the fifty of the prettiest white aproned local press of that beautiful and en Every thing you can need we have burn Advocate school girls on earth waiting upon terpnsiug city Hopkinsville has grown wonder- Â¬ guests This was absolutely de During our stay at Hopkinsville the lightful We forgot all about the fully in the last ten years and is now theffiple were determined to make gold reserve Wat Hardin and one of the best cities of us Wea good time and we had it Democratic success and let our the the state It has one of its class in the hand Â¬ heart On thTfirst night was a bail and on and eyes right out after these pretty somest hotels The Latham in three the next night was a banquet that maidens We could not eat look states electric lights and tobacco took nearly all night for the 40 ban- - ing at them they were more for delicious market second only to Louisville quetters to get on the outside of but than the delightful refreshments they Breckinridge News they got there Thase were the prin- - served Guthrie Videtto icipul features but the remainder of Your dollars wilCwalk the time was spent equally as pleas- The newspaper men who attended with a majestic stride of antlv insicrht seeinfr about the town and residing that Hopkinsville js one the annual meeting of the Kentucky importance at the old Fair of the fiest towns in the State and is Press Association have returned home Ground sale at rapidly improving Larue Co Her- Â¬ deeply impressed with the hospitality extended by every one with whom ald they came in contact At Hopkina TOBACCO NJEWS- This was my first visit to the city ville where the meeting of the Afso- ciation was held the citizens with of Hopkinsville and it was an agree- Â¬ HOPKINSVILLE MABKET able surprise It is undoubtedly the Charley Mencham of theKentuckian Keported Oct 0 85 by J H Ergleton of Al Â¬ postmaster and one prettieattown in Southern Kentucky and Will Wilgus fred Lewis Co leaf dealers and one of the most enterprising ana of the cleverest fellows in the world The offering this week was the progressive in the State There is an as the leading spirits vied with each same in condition as last weeks air of cleanliness and neatness about other in making the visit of the boys pleasant leaving nothing undone Nothing of any merit was on sale lift the place that strikes the stranger at their StilSti once The streets are wide and beau that would conduce to nlnntnr happi- and the offerings were the smallest 4 nnm nnoa onH rrrY rrv4- nvirl this week of the season and was the tifully paved the side walks are all If you want to see the LARGEST and MOST BEAUTIFUL all under many obligations for most leading feature I quote prices un- first class the business houses are hospitable treatment Hopkinsville cuangea irom last STOCK OF DRV GPODS nearly nil new and of modern de itself is xne an up to date city both in crop is about cured weeic and somenew up sign Elizubethtown News of Ever placed on exhibition in this city attend the opening of appearance and in a business wuy the larmers who expect to move are o In the Hotel Latham it has one of the seeking buyera but this far have not The Association mot in Hopkins Â¬ finest and best appointed hotels in rd of any sales What litt1 I ville and it is unnecessary to say waB the State which with Wards Mili- have seen shows considerable house royally entertained by the citizens of tary band a musical organization of burnt aud lacks oil and gum on ac- Â¬ city Hopkinsville is said to be great merit is the pride of tho city count of being too that much crowded in one of the best three towns Madison Through the generosity of of tho citi- Â¬ the barn The lack of house room villp being the other zens the band was in attendance dur- Â¬ was the cause of a large per cent ror0aiifield of two in Kentucky from a business ing the stay of tho Association in the tobacco having frosted However wp tontifv that it fijanWr nd uioo is so causo to fear as there stands equally as well from a sociable visitors on the trip to Atlanta Hop be plenty of good useful tobaccowill in hospitable point of view Morgan kinsville only lacks a city water sys the crop field Sun tem to make complote her public im- Â¬ There will be more tobacco prized provements This necessary adjunct by tho farmers this year than for w rtnw in course of -v- h-h The itoct meeting of luo Ken will be completed construction ana years back as the v within w- tucky Press Association was one of months Danville Adyocato a few be afraid of th Vorw cui the most pleasant gatherings ever QUOTATIONS o held by the members of the press of 51 50 to 2 00 The Kentucky editors hove been Trash lugs thifl State The citizens of Hopkins 200to 800 ville welcomed the members to that enjoying themselves at HopkinBvillo Com X rv I 300to 4 00 delightful little city on Tuesday and this week The citizens of that citv Med V 400to 550 at night gave n banquet in honor of gave the visiting scribes a royal wel Â¬ Good wwTJ Wv inf sfcil 50 to 5 0 their guests The visitors were driven come and entertained them hand- Â¬ Cpm leaf K 4v Med city and shown somely Paducah News S00 650to About our lino of in carriages over the Good the points of interest about the place 900toll00 Selections none during the afternoon of Tuesday Tho weathor was delightful and we feel sure will be appreciated by all lovers of good dress Herald Hartford RECEIPTS our hosts bent every effort to - 00 week 35 hhds make our stay one long to be re For 13815 fcSshe Kentucky Press meeting at membered for its many pleasant For year 6M ifipkinsvitle was a groat occasion features m To begin with Hopkins- Â¬ Sales for week 18339 from a social aiMvell as an intellect- ville is now reaching out for a ten Sales for year Si thousand population and has already Offerings for week ual standpoint Cadiz Telephone R completed one of tho finest hotels in the State Thte city is lighted with The annual meeting of the Ken electricity and waterworks Awarded are in Man This is an opportunity that he will not miss We fee tucky Press Association began last trW course of construction All in all Highest Honors Worlds confident in the assertion that not a house in Kentucky Monday at Hopkinsville and wound can there is no more delightful place up Sunday at Atlanta Georgia It Kentucky and this is due largely in show a finorline of Clothing HatS and Furnishings to was the most enjoyable meeting that intelligence ana rea haB been held for a long time The the generosity Wo Feel that the above Farmers of the stay in Hopkins- finement of its people social features Homo Journal ville were the grand balIMondayever o ning and a banquet Tuesday evening Bullitt Pioneer The meeting of tho Kentucky Press Association at Hopkinsville Atlanta o delight The good people of Hopkinsville eic last week was the most had for ful trip the Association has did ttif handsome thing by the Kon account which a tucJg Press Association As tho years and of next week fullOwing to to insure a visit from you will be given is Myor of the city expressed it they urgent business duties and the de fW throw open their doors to tho newsmand for space in this issue the ac- Â¬ paper people and threw the keys count had to be held over until next away The festivities of the occasion Warsaw Independent were opened with a ball then came ti week o around the city in carriages and ride MOST PERFECT MADE The Kentucky Press Association a visit to various points of interest pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Fieo Anions the places visited was Bethel held the annual ROfisinn nf 1895 fit trm Amrnonta Alum liifiy othcnduHeiaht college a Baptist institution for the Hopkinsville September 25 and 26 jjA 40 YEARS THE STANDARD rennyrile 81 Abeat The Vearlof the The Hy All Liked the FURNITURE WHOLESALE CLST U a OLD BAPTIST CHURCH Chairs as as Hardwood Kitchen Safe L59 Bed Mattress 50 JLU Bed Springs in 889 Si Bedsteads full 705 Biltroii Suit 650 Pes 9SK EI WALLER PHONE 4S AS CHEAP AS HAENESS SADDLES yu BEIDLES B Yost cj Go lock OPENING OCT 9 WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ro oct jftJJaiT m w M u w IFall OlotlxiriR i4i IR 4 MM CREAM tfH f COX Ei eOULWARE Ti 6v iS A- 8LE1SNCK CAB SOAR t f All That Isnt Poor People Ulllonalr Codflih onToV For a quick breakfast ndlshx when dfatfV jwndHhe steak pl6i up a bowlful of Bak- very fine aud light Put It lutorRvtewpau and coyer with cold water lei it come slowly to aboUwhilcyou rub a tablespoouful of sifted flour iuto a generous one of Turn the fiah into a col- Â¬ butter ander and let it drain a moment turnlnto thfi pau again and pour on about half a pint of rich milk dream is better Let this reach the boil ling point and stir in the flour and butter cook three or four minutes and turn over squares of nicely browned and buttered bread bbTtpf u Can va Ib rMad 1 VTSdcti Into J3 mJU2 ft A 1 Pttllmnt KcoHeray fuftPractlco Borftxier lMnters trow m ro fir 77 m t Tli8 Main II A J Street W3 U 5 MalrlwasUe FTJRNITURE Dealer ACorupletA and JJenytiful 8took on band all ut for 1 Infants ind fatidrW j Ufj that ran and t MOTHERS without labeling them poisons Cordial many so calletf Soothing Syrups most remedies for children arc composed of opium or morphine Do You Know Bo Yon Know that opium and morphine ore stupefying narcotic poisons r Do Yon Know that in most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics fjfi anlessyouoryourphysiclanknowofwliatitlscomposed Po Yon Kuove that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparationJiadiat a list of t Po Yoa Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child Its ingredients is published with every bottle jfW that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr Samuel Pitcher That It has been in use for nearly thirty years and that more Castoria is now sold than r A r i f cfall other remedies for children combined the Patent Office Department of the United States and of Other countries hare issued exclusive right to Dr Pitcher and his assigns to use the word Castoria and its formula and that to imitate them is a state prison offense uv v Po Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely Po Yon Knovf Po Yon Know that liarmles cents Po Yon Know that or one cent a dose 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished r Sot i 33 Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation your children may be tcpt well and that you may have unbroken rest po Well these things are worth knowing They are facts The fnc slmHc signature of f S2 uz7Y SKtc UM Is ou every wrapper Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria brougnt Mm out 01 severo trials and troubles For two years his labor shave been Ho Is De voting1 His Life and Por in the counties comprising what is tuno to a Good Work known as the southern tier continually passing from one community A Queer Little Englishman Who Has to another aiding a church or sendCircled the Globe Mine Times Ad Â¬ ing a girl to Illinois to complete her vancing Funds for the Education of Twlr llundred Girls education and prepare herself for a life of self support The longing to again circle the would hardly see k in droughty One burned Kansas an English noble Â¬ globe has come upon him with full man and especially a nobleman who force and he is closing up his work has forsaken his ancestral home for preparatory to another move This tho sake of saving the souls of those time he will leave Kansas and return who are trying to save their bodies to take up his task after visiting San cays the New York Times And Francisco Australia England and yet he is here in the person of Sir New York He says this will be bis JRobert Norville a jolly little round Hast trip around the world which bodied man who having circled the will take him about a year to com- Â¬ lobo nine times hasideemed it his plete when he will take up his work mission to labor with this people as in this state again In appearance he Is as poverty m minister in the Christian church Unurcn 01 tne JJiscipies tir stricken as those among whom he or Sobert Norville has undertaken the labors and yet his check at the education of some one thousand banks in this city is worth thousands two hundred girls in addition to his of dollars He declined to talk of his other self imposed duties advancing life in the old country simply ad- Â¬ the money that is necessary to carry mitting that his family rank high them through the church school in but invariably adds that he has held Illinois where he sends them He no communication with them for does not make a gift of the money years it is certain tnat ne receives merely loaning it to be paid back as largo remittances directly from Lon- Â¬ the recipients of his generosity can don but little of which is ever ex Â¬ find the means in later years lie pended upon himself usually exacts one fourth the first MOTHERS STEADY NERVE iyear after the education of the girls Is completed and one fourth yearly Boy In Great Danger on thereafter This money is then Her apet of a Roof Garden the Par used again for the same purpose I t w wn m1 Ann r r m I fl Mia A NOBLEMAN IN KANSAS wno tias I up weak churches a work that he Wntally V Tx he aids in building t9e four N wH1 for finds most difficult at this time among a people struggling with pov orty brought about by repeated crop failure3 But a few cv die once a since he lectured m prosperous litt iOwn of four hun- Â¬ mnr dred jn of whn nuts j situated in the been called the TCone ng Two ty years ago there were in Uldale twen general merchandise stores and there were all the evidences of pros- Â¬ perity To day the population of J- that town numbers nearly seventy five souls who aro the patrons of the one storo and the one bake shop Empty buildings atremaining test to the faith that once entered t4j Vtrt molronn rf linnconc wV a i largely live upon nupes even in the arid portion of the state At one time there were two banks at Uldale to excite the cupidity of the freebooters of Indian territory nilt finnll Via inllftrl r n VmVa nn1 but a few miles distant now there ollmbed j0VfnJ are no banks nor is there need for And did the mother faint Well any for money has practically dis- Â¬ no she didnt her hair didnt turn appeared white either She simply took the In such an unpromising place Sir little boy Into her arms without a Eobert Norville found himself Word She held him close to her for booked for a lecture which ho deliv- Â¬ a long time and then well she ered to the few remaining people turned him over her knee and too poor and too disp MWdto move spanked him away After his lecture ho made an appeal for funds to aid a struggling A rbrida Incident church offering to supplement the W A Rvbrt of Tallahassee was mite he might receive by tbo gift of equal sum To his surprise ho sitting m his v randa the other an nding when the faint received fifteen dollars amJ thirty afternoon five cents to which he added a like echo of Wi dn htM was heard in amount and bcbtowcd the purser tile distance An iisiant afterward upon the struggling church ho was the UnlllooK j uc out of lus fore- linger atxi iiuoequou itseu in the aiding invariably wal1 behMliro f It said the shot This queer character u hump si owr a quarter nova all his own ozonise never at-- was u of a mih from viere Mr Robert ecu ting u cent in any blmpe for hi personal use Ila shuns public no was shinty Savannah News tice saying he is serving his Master h 4 a fortnight ago a woman who lives in Georgotor- r vcr to spend u Cj iiuu a friend In an enornv mously tell 7 f ay 5 the Washington Post She brought son with her lfttle her It waB a hot day and the two women with the boy went up to the roor garuvu Something distracted the mothers attention for a moment and in that moment the baby had clambered to a chair thence to a rustic table and as the mother turned was just walk Â¬ ing along the parapets edge of the sickening height laughing and wav Â¬ ing his hands Nobody knows how long it was It seemed a lifetime The mother dared not approach for at every movement on her part the venturesome little midget rau away and called her to catch him He would not be coaxed to come down Â¬ three-year-ol- d 1 11 No sah dats my Jquipment She concluded to try Hoods Sarsapa answered the porter rilla and she has not felt any sympEquipment box repeated the toms of erysipelas since she began drummer interrbgatively taking it She cannot say enough in Yes sah where I carries my praise of Hoods Saroaparilla Mrs quipment rthe things sveuse in the R 0 Smith Shellyville Ky carf said the porter - l Hoods Lets lppk- - at thatboxif sug gestion Pills cure biliousness indigested the merchant who was of an r Vi v inquisitive nature Pawpnws nrcripeniug CelrEalnly sah said thepbrterr Im these little box fTVJjen you have a touch of liver VI u racks in the lid are six combs In ddnt take one of the ordinary liver the box there are six hair brushes pills of which there area do7n kinds yj a six four rolls of ma in oviO drug store bi nilla paper ten cakes of soap ten ruggist especially for Kamons He boxes of matches six glass tumblers Tonic Liter Pills and Pellets will give you two medicines one of one piece of chamois skini a combi- which cleans out the system and renation berth and gas kev a screw- Â¬ moves all the secreted bile while the driver a pair of lamp shears and a other purifies the blood restores comb and brush for my pwn pus strength builds up the appetite and sonal use makes you feel like a new person But you have only nine cakes of Only 25 cents for both Sample doeo soap here and four of them are free partly used remarked the doctor Flies are disappearing Yes there was one cake short in the ladles lavatory dis morning I Best Family Medicine hates to say it continued the por- Â¬ Mr C N Jones Girard Ala says ter with a look of real sorrow on I was suffering his face but men is a heap more Muy 10th 1895 from Catarrh hi the head and was honest than women cured by Kings Hdyal Germetuer What makes you think so We keep t all the and believe Well in the five years Ive been that itns the best timet family medicine running a sleeping car between Chi- Â¬ there is on the market to day cago and Nashville men havent Germetuer suits all ages in the taken anything but a box of matches homo It is so pleasant to take that all once in awhile but the women Lord bless eml they takes most ev- Â¬ like it It is so harmless that tho tenderest erything soap Combs brushes tow- Â¬ babe and most delicate invalids are els brooms and glasses always safe in using it Do you have to pay for them It cures when all else fails New No for the company knows just package large bottles 108 doses SI how it happens Unless I saw a For sale by- It C Hardwick woman actually taking the things I Tho late Prof Stephen J Young couldnt say anything and if I did I might strikejust the wrong person of Bowdoin was an accomplished linguist One day ho was on a train and it would cost me my job What becomes of the soap thats bound for Bangor to Brunswick when a conductor who knewJ him en Â¬ Do you get that been used No indeed that soap helps to tered his car to ask him to oome out pay tSo dividends on the Pullman to the second claso xoaoh to try and stocK Its just by saving little find out where a certain stupid for Â¬ things that poor folks throw away eigner was going The conductor that other men get rich Every had attadked him In all the orolgn piece of soap If it isnt bigger than lingo be could muster and could get your little finger has to be returned no other response than a stupid to the storekeeper He sends it out stare Prof Young went back to the to Pullman where it goes to the fac- Â¬ The passenger tory and is made into stuff for clean- Â¬ rear of tho train sat there looking very much dis- Â¬ ing carpets Aro you sure it isnt made up turbed and bewildered The pro- Â¬ into new cakes of soap and used in fessor went at him in Canadiun French then in German then in the cars Oh no sah Mr Pullman would the languages of Scandinavia Italy never ullow that The only thing Spain and every other country on tho face of this green earth Still we use again is brushes the passenger sat mum as an What brushes Hair brushes We used to throw owl while the loqk of bewilder- Â¬ The them away or rather the company ment deepened on his face did after they were soiled from use professor was nonplused and was but now theyve got a scheme for about turning in defeat to his own making them clean and good as car when the man looked wearily out of the window and remarked new sadly to himself is it patent process By gosh I wish I was ter hum they just sprinkle pow Â¬ OL no T an Aroostook Yankee dered bcc ovsr the bru h i tlw ilouse the brush in water It takes und he qould speak nothing but every particle of dirt out of the Euirlish Portland Me A reus Whats mamma doin brush and the bristles are left white Bio win up dads Sunday pants as new Tnvy are not quite so stiff fruups but are suiT- - u uulore tor moor joib thej- - were treated with borax The wheres dad Takin a trip around the moon in Pullman company after cleaning the N Y Tribune brush with borax sandpapers and ouunmys sleeves varnishes the backs Three of the BY CURED rIECTBOPOlSE ten brushes in my box hav been way aim nobody would cleaned that ever ktlow it If I hadnt told you fi LADY WHO SUFFERED DEATH ALMOST WITH SICK HEADACHE Just remember this and dont throw away a good hair brush when 3ou It Relieves Neuralgia Pains Every Time and cau take five cents worth of borax is a prtaln Cure lor the Esaspertlng Grip and alittlo water and make it good and the porter locked his as new I will say that my wife suffered quipment box and collected his death with sick headache for years lasf tip as the train rolled Into the and tho Electropoiso has almost curDearborn street station Inter ed her It relieves neuralgic pains every time and I do not doubt but Ocean that persistent use will entirely cure Ladies Cce Parado in England that trouble I have used it for or on A ladles cycle parade the other din joffeverswithour children of 3 to 6 age most marked sue years day at Seaton Carew England was cee Thirty six hours usually re arranged by Lady Londonderry and sult ng in a decided cure 4 the proceeds which were considerfor mysolf I hay had occasion it f r a violent attack of la able went to three nursing associa- Â¬ to broke it up completely in tions The village was so thronged gri ight hours an hours trcat- on the ocoasion that according to a for loivculy between tho eves and none of the ladies had dally paper at opportunity of showing how fast all ni klo treatment at high power on the he m and continued Skirts were the next lay did the work through the she could ride The Electfashionable but by no means the ron- tif- B tho sovereign remedy for only wear aud one young person of or if tud all forms of prostration seventeen ventured forth in coat from overwork Yours very truly breeches aud gaiters P B Sanhers Sycophant vlUn Krnis JtOcnihtorfovirinoiiths with prljiWo t iiureliiirte bv paying 817 50 addition al nt t t rxplrntlon of four months A sycophant was once a person locl HuctropoHo book of particulars free who watched the frontiers of Attica toanv iillren to see that no figs were brought in or DUBOIS WEBB 613 FOURTH AVENUE carried out without the payment LOCWVILLB KeNTDOKT i he proper duty box last cigar together The porter camoiuiwitha tin box aboutten ihcheswide a foot high and fourteen inches long No Symptoms of Erisipelasi Say Joe is that your safety de- Â¬ W y mother was in sucb a conditposit boxt where you carry your ion that the least cut or scratch would tips aketf the doctor 1 cause erysipelas in its worst form The train from Nashville was Hear Â¬ ing Chicago and in the smoking compartment of the sleeper ilGa latzWour passengersadoctor a a merchant and a drummer newspaper man were enjoying the MMiKtvMHiaaisiJnua KjK Miuofcpcf nJFiMe H LOWEST Cash FlEtteES ABSOLUTELY PURE THE 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Publishing Co 85 University Place New York City lady Should Bea It u aUSTINLPEAY 4 Attorney at Law Weberstrectrearof Court House Office Colnctlnns a Specialty HopklnsvlllejKy nn M ss STEBRIWETflEB Late of Louisville Dentist Office In Summera Building REXDAtE nERI of Uerkshlre hogs and 8outhdown sheep Nlqolotof year old Bucks andplgsot bothseses now ready for delivery MB Kino Newstead Ky over Bassett Cos Hopklnsvillo Ky MD 1 NDBEW S2AR0EST Dr Matthew Henry liolloek T Regular Graduate and Registered Physician Formerly Assistant Surgeon In U S Navy af Â¬ terwards Post Surtreon U a Army and later Office Fifth and Main Streets opposite City Burgeon British Marino Service with tw Court Room years experience p u at Hot Hopklnsvllle Ky Sprtir Art v v KUty lueolek andaf- iiaofllco where consultation with Telephone No 5 ors uueel the Iont Sueces1 presant age Is cufdlally Invited All will HWALLACE and honorable treatment and receive kind pRH permanent cures guaranteed In every case undertaken Pliyicfnp ami Surgeon OFFTC rT Pliysicfan ami Surgeon alalh and Seventeenth Hopklnsvllle Ky JUNIUS OMcDAVITT tHtalropTi - phone office ikv0iico corner fc Dentist Hopklnsvillo Ky Office over v Kellys Jewelry Store Sorep U HSKERRITT Ulcers SYPHILIS and all trqubles arising from an Impure state of the blood promptly and completely eradicated forever from the system restoring health and purity Weakback frequent and burning urine dis Â¬ eases of the bladder of both sexes promptly and safely cuied will recelvepecial and careful T JLjJxUAOo treatment for all their many aliments fofovrli wo Blood and ykin Dis ease Pimples Scofula Tumors Eczema and XJrinary Dr Matthew Hsnry Kollock Treats Sunpesoull7 A Chrclv rrd Long Standing Diseases Dyspepsia Bronchitis LcLJ J JUL Asthma treated by latest hospital methods Â¬ Painter and Paper Hanger est Prices SHOP 8th street next to UJ W GRA1 ALLViORK Done with Neatness and Dispatch D TTidney rorlioo and at Low office HoDklnsvllle Ky RBeard Proprietor of cele Tenderness Weaknessof Organs Piles Fistuia quiCKiy curea wiinouj pain oa deten Diseases -- Bydr2 Private Strictures Varicocele GT Syphilis Gleet tion from business First National Barker Shop Shaving lOcoiiampoolng 25o Hair Cutting 2ic Nothingbutflrst olass work and in the latest fashion Hopklnsvllle Ky Next door to First National Bank unfitting one for business study or enjoyment of life treated with never falling success On examination theurinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear or tho color will be of a thin mllklth hue again Uncle Jacks Mistake ihauglng to a dark and turbid appearance There aro many men who die of this Ulflloulty the second of tho cause which Uncle Jack returns from a long ignorantSeminal Weakness TheIs doctor will stage of walk und being somewhat thirsty guarantee a perfect cure In all such cases and a healthy drinks from a tumbler ho finds oi organs restoration of the gonltureurlnary from troubles if WRITE little niece the city your can be cured living awayoorres the table Enter his at home by You Alice who instantly sots up a cry of poudonco Absolute secrecy in all profes sional dealings and medicine sent secure despair from observation Testimonials of patients of Energy and Conlldeuce the dreadful ofreoU of Early vice which brings Organic Weakness Debility Nervous Melancholy DizzinessNight Loss tlons Irunotencv Emls- - Undo Jack Whats tho matter Allie Youve drinlccd Alice weeping up ray quarlura and youve swal- Â¬ lowed my free polly wogs Rehoboth Sunday Herald aro never published Bank references HSimaM r -- n Addrqas responsibility oJu orfu Dr Kollock Cimroh 613 fi 3 NW Street j a - 1 A ssJT y p tl rS ti v OotoJ w v j I i- v Sp rSVUiLE KENTUOKXAN vpj 3 - riff-wj- n w vi ilMl v i f Vl Xm weeltflr wreewqeiM Monday In Septenibr tiuraxonaay in Win 4 a t f n 5 fcj xayirBthrc 4riu AMlaJr4Mn TUF liiyuNTuiiotJs Columbiu Kan l lefee ami AMifcle inMisuri CRIPPLED AND BENT FOR TEN YEARS WITH RHEUMATISM MrttX- j jjv jyy jl four weec t 0H8i8iii Fourth Monday In Februar- yenneixT kv flrat Monday n June term K snytj than SO Trip of a Party of TTounff Women in California OuIito-tThbTh- CERULEAN Monday f In September tennslxws- r 8 Iwwidellvered They Explored the riet h Ilctchy Valley Without h Women of TWINS in -ist tree UAbiAVIAl weew JU ips j M6aav August ienn J tyrm thrfaeyftfei Lyon Flrlr Monday tin May term two weeks j first Monday In August term two weeksjflro tMonnday l December term tvo waeke Dr Kollock In Nashvlllo Regular Graduate and Registered Physician Formerly Assistant Surgeon U S Navy after Â¬ Army and lnor wards Post Surgeon U J Surgeon British Marino Service with two years experience as physician at Hot Springs ArKj Endorsed by tho Encyclopoedla Brl anica Vol X page 135 the largest and most important work In tho world being in wonty flve volumes each the alio of a large church Bible He Is noted as tho discoverer V of the actrffc4rlnclple of gelsemlnura a speol 8o for ncuXlgia of tho face and womb Cures Gatarrh Syphilis Lost Manhood and General Debility The Dootor has been all 6ver the world and has made mrny cures given up by other physicians Vendomo Building Mackville has a picture gallery troubled with jaundice sicKiieaaacne itad taste in mouth foul breath coat- y ed tongue dyspepsia indigestion lint rlrv nlrin nnm in back and be- tween the shoulders chills and fever etc If you have any oi tnese symp- ft toms vour liver is out or oruor Enu your blood is slowly being poisoned because vour blood does not act prop- R oltf t TT1ma rtfill nro nnv rlicnrrinr aktj JJUIU1UO i J vovvui of the liver Btomach pr bowels It V i 1 T jcreo 1I1 llil jrnce nr- cenia TTI id Ti inai uuiuua in R 0 Hardwicks drug store A Sodnd Liver Makes a Well Man Are vou bilious constipated or - j ii Farmers are sowing fall wheat Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema Tetter Salt Mieum Scald Head Soro Nipples Chapped Hands Itching files Burns Frost Bites Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eyo Lids For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box TO HOESE OWNEBS For putting a horse in a fine healthy con dition try Dr Cads Condition Powders They-- tone up the system aid digestion cure loss of appetite relieve constipation correct kidney disorders and destroy worms giving new life to an old or over worked horse 25 cents per package For sale by druggists MM The melancholy days are here tts When Baby was sick wo gaw her Castoria When sho was a Child sho cried for Castoria When Bho becooio IIlss sho clung to Castoria When ahe hod Children aha gave them Castoria K now ready fn piesjareRpedmatism Eead T If Troubled With Pum This Md Apl 16 1894 I Annapolisj have used Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism and found it to be all that is claimed for it I believe it to be all that is claimed for it I believe it to be the besjb remedy for rheumatism and deep seated muscular pains on the market and cheerfully recom- Â¬ mend it to the public Jno G Brooks dealer in boots shoes etc No 18 Main St Mechanitsville St Mary County Md I sold a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm to a man who had been suffering with rheumatism for several made him a well man A Jears It For sale at 50 cents per MoGiLl bottle by R 0 Hardwick druggist The frost is on tho Pvmpkin Do Not Be Imposed On Always insist on getting Foleys Honey and Tar as it is positively absolutely and unqualifiedly the best cough medicine Accept no substitute For sale by C K Wyly Holt Ky has a string band With two little children subject to nln n An nrtf roefvonnv wiflinnt n bottle of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy in tho house for the most severe attacks quickly succumb to a few doses of it Morrison Colo Bod For sale at 25 and 50c per bottle by R 0 Hardwiqk druggist mi also read this Persimmonsll soon be here your children are subject to croup the first sjmptom of the dis easehoarseness If Chamberlains Cough Remedy is given as soon as xthe child becomes hoarse it will pre vent tho attack Even after the croupy cough has appeared the uttack can alwavs bp nnwonted bv sriviucf this r lntdy It is aho invaluable forcolds and whooping cough For sale by R C Hardwick druggist Itch for and with scarcely tuiy pain Four pioneers In bloomers have afLer using only just been tramping through the two bottles of Hetch Hetchy valloy In California 3 and they are proud of having made MOTHERS the expedition without a mau to guide or help them They were the first women to malte the trip alone FRIEND aud for two months they had only did kot nTmrait AyrsawAXD themselves and a Sierra burro named r8ntby Bxpww or mall on reelpt of price Mary to depend on per bettle Bock TO MOrnKulr B1 innllta xree Helen Gompertz aud her sister BBABFjlILD BEUUTOB CO ATLAKT1 01 Lulu Bello Miller and Estello Miller HUIiJU UX AIjJj UUUUUUI5 were the courageous young women who undertook this journey and NOT TIRED OF FIQHTINO their firm principle at the outset Japan Is Taking a Rest Before Un- Â¬ was that no man should be responsible for its success or failure They dertaking Frosh Wars Every one feels that the peace is all live at Oakland Cal They cononly a lull in a storm which will pres sider that tho first real difficulty of ently rage all the more furiously their trip was met at tho entrance says the London News Russia is to the valley It was at Crocker now the object of Japanese hatred and was of ourso caused by a lot and little uttempt is made to conceal of men who happened to be camping tho fact Against Russia GerÂ¬ there They looked at tho girls many and Franco eveu the greatest outfit and unanimously suggested jingo admits Japan is helpless But that the girls had better take a it is quito otherwise with Russia guide with them When they found single handed All ranks and that tho young women were averse classes aro confident that they can to a guide they recomrmended a punish Russia Russia is inviting horse apiece But this In view of Her ships movo about their preparations for the trip was attack prepared for action with all possi- Â¬ as objectionable as a guide Our motto said Miss Gompertz ble woodwork removed and the hulls painted sea green This is exas Â¬ to a San Francisco Examiner rewas every girl her own perating but the bitterest blow is porter in- Â¬ horse the news that in Korea Russian With only the cbaperonage of trigue has completely foiled Japan The Japanese agent already finds Mary the girls started Into the val- Â¬ himself a cipher and is coming home ley They wore bloomers and had The Japanese however wili not reÂ¬ knives and pistols strapped to their Out of consideration for sign Korea without a fight If Rus- Â¬ belts Mary the ampunt of luggage wa3 sia actually occupies the peninsula hostilities will begin As the troops minimized A tooth brush comb return from thoLiautung peninsula towel and one extra pair of stock- Â¬ they aro being hurriedly sent north ings were all that each girl was already should war result to bo landed lowed to take Besides these things In Korea It would be no childs Mary had to carry baking powder says the Dally bacon flour and other edibles There play for Russia News writer In ironclads sho is was a little whisky for trying mo- Â¬ superior but the greater speed of ments but it was always taken with the Japanese cruisers would give a raw egg Tho girls lost their them a great advantage and prevent map but for two months they wan Â¬ Russia from forcing a pitched naval dered among tho heights of the Guns strained during tho Hetch Hotchy region penetrating battle recent fights aro being replaced and to distant points which might have the boilers cleaned aud overhauled baffled the hardiest pathfinders of When they reborn In another month Japan will be either sex Oakland again safe and sound Miss ready for her formidable foo Clearly wo are only at the beginning Gompertz told a reporter some of their experiences of things in tho far east One night when we reached camp wo were footsore she said What is a Guarantee wo rested by thorlver bank is this If you have a cough or and as It we tried a plan recommended by cold a tickling in the throat which keeps yovi constantly coughing or if physloians Wo laid ourselves down you are afflicted with any chest fiat on our backs raised one foot In throat or lung trouble whooping the air propping it on the other cough c and you use Ballards bended knee the theory being that Horehound Syrup as directed giving tho blood would run down from the it a fair trial and no benefit is ex- elevated member and cool It While perienced we authoriz our advertised thus employed wo were startled by agent to refund your money on re a voice which said turn of bottle It never fails to give I satisfaction It promptly relieves oyer Hello there How do you get there bronchitis Free trial bottle at R C Four feet came down with a Hardwicks drug store thud four heads came up with a Chills are giving Cloverport the jerk We looked across the river shake and high on a bare rock above it stood a man Our surprise was NOTICE United equaled by his when ho discovered I WANT every man and woman in tho Whisky that he had aroused a nest of moun- Â¬ in the Opium and States interested bablts to hve one of my books on these dis eases Address 11 M Woolley Atlanta Ga tain women Ho was actually dazed VIojc 882 and odo will be sent vou free We grabbed our six shooters but he lifted his tattered hat and we Henderson wants a homo insur were greatly relieved He called ance company out to us that he had lost the trail and had groped his way until he had Never Sat Dir found himself on that dizzy rock Many desperate cases of kidney and was unable to find his way diseases pronounced incurable have down no had lost his companions been cured by tho Clinic Kidney Cure and was iu a bad fix Many physicians use it For sale by The girls helped him out beC K Wyly cause they did not feel that under Peaches aro said to be scarce in such circumstances it was necessary to ignore men so completely as the Kentucky platform of the expedition required They compassionately fed him and What The People Say I couldnt keep store without Fo started him on the right trail afterÂ¬ But they do not conleys Honey and Tar E D Whipple his friends this achievement com- Â¬ sider that 111 Lpstant Ship at once cant sell any other pares with tho fortitude with which cough medicine H W Ellis Mon- they Ignored the snakes that they trose Wis met on all sides Foleys Honey and Tar saves mo Tho British army bands use the Ii A doctors bills every winter high pitoh the queens regulations 111 For sale by Towner Manteno In order to running as follows C K Wyly t1- win- - Mrouted to Mntie the Trip Alone Clad la llloomcrs i and brother of ex State Jnipector of iincs O C Woodson of this city The people of Rich Hill wliere he formerly resided and of his present home remember well the bent form misshapen almost from the semblance of man which has painfully bowed its head half to edrtbr and labored inaiMlkc ucrosa the walks season after aeason and when one day last month it straightened to its fall height threw away the heavy butt of cane whujb for years had bssh its only support from total helplessness and walked erect firmly unhCHtafinglj about tho two cities rleopie looiivu uuu iTiiijoreu ine awry m be remdrkable 6ase lift become the marvel nrmu ttrn cmmtlAX lvrtiotir nq 11 r wnrwl ton told it to a Time reporter it is herd faublbhea I djol the rheumatism started in my rUlit knee and after a linzerLnz illness it lwas settled generally in my joints could only walk with the aid of cnitchesj and my Dody was bent half toward the ground I went to the bost dispensary in Kansas City where I was treated for six weeks and without tho slightest good X then tried 1 strong galvanlo battery with tho same result I then went to the City Hospital at St Louis where the best physi cians treated me Including Drs Kale and Murtd but without resultandjcamc home weak doubled with pain and despondent About this time my attention was called tothoaccount of a remarkable cure by Dr Williams Pink Pilb for Palo People of looomotor ataxia rheumatism and paral ysis I ordered some of the pills as an ex AVhon I began to take them the perlment rheumatism had developed into a phase of paralysis my leg from the thigh down was cold all the time and could not be kept warm In a short time I was able to attend to ray office duties and I could enjoy a sound and restful nights sleep something I had not known for ten years To day am prac tically and I firmly believe permanently cured of my terrible and agonizing ailment No magician of tho Far East ever wrought tho miracle with his wand that Dr Wil liams Pink Pills did for me To verify the story beyond all question ol doubt Mr Woodson made affidavit to th above Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 3d day of March 1894 JOHN D Moorb Notary Public Dr Williams Pink Pills contain all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves They are for sale by all druggists or may be had by mail from Dr Williams Medicine Company Schenectady N Y tor 506 per box or six boxes for 350 The Case Happened lit IannmaMo and 10 tho Wunifcv oi the State From th JCansus ity Tmet For years ono of the jist known men In This famous health and pleasurO resort the oldest in Western Kentucky But oi and Vernon couj es has been Mark is situated on the O V Railroad 14 miles from Princeton and 16 miles from Vqodson now p mister at Panama JI is Trio Co cm tv Kentucky T W GUNN OO MZers open tho year round SIX TRAINS DAILY f rji A muTJ SPRINGS Hopkinsville and THE HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS ARE UNSURPASSED Sulphur and Chalybeate Water in Abundance Temperature of Sulphur Water 56 degrees flowing from a bold and nevo failing spring AN EXCELLENT ITALIAN STRING BAND ON HAND Rates reasonable and made known on application Address Managers ForTescridtivn Pamphlet and full particulars TOM P MAJOR Late ot Clarkavllle Tend Summer season now open JAS D HEADLEY Jb Late of Glvem mitjyiO MAJOR TOBACCO WAREHOUSE PROPRIETORS No 1025 West Main Street irnri mnm n f TOM P MAJOR rwimfi mw CO Louisville Ky 1895 1845 Insobe in the Old Reliable- - TUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE OF NEWARK NEW JERSEY AMZI DODD President CO TION B52330 Total Assets January 1st 1895 13795431662 Paid Policy Holders since organization Surplus Former N Y Standard 67283 80000 Losses paid In Kentucky over After second year GUARANTEED C SII SURRENDER VALUES on life and endowment policies INCONTESTIBLE CASH LOANS made on assignable policies in case of lapse no FORFEITURE policy is continued in force FOR FULL AMOUNT by the reserve orif preferred to the purchase of a paid up pollcv No restrictions a9 to RESIDENCE or OCCUPA- Â¬ THE BEST CONTRACT EVER OFFERED Call or write for sample policy at your ago and on plan desired FW SMITH CO State Agents 542 West Main street Louisville Ky CAL LIS W WALLACE B Local Agents KENTUOKY 1 HOPKINVILLE Formerly with Alexander T Gbant Propr E T Grant B Baldwin Q HISTORIC EVERGREENS Little Chute which for nearly sixtj Planted Over Sixty Years Ago In Wisconsin by a Pioneer Resident The far famed evergreen avenue In front of the Catholic church at ARLINGTON HOTEL beasonondll bates corner twelfth and main street BAR BARBER SHOP louiville ky HOT AND COLD BATHS years has been a landmark known and admired throughout the Fox river valley is no more The local church authorities for some reason decided upon Its removal and the beautiful evergreen trees have been cut down and sold for firewood This avenue of splendid evergreen trees was planted by the hands ef Father Van der Brook the pioneer missionary of the Fox River region It was in 1831 that Father Van der Brook then a young but learned and pious priest of the Roman Cath olic church left his home in the east and came west to the then territorial wilds of Wisconsin to become a He missionary among the Indians came to what is now Little Chute then the principal village of the Menominee tribe of Indians on Julj Tenn MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER Clarksville OF ITALIAN MARBLE -SCOTCH SWEDE - - and the most desirable EASTERN GRANITES - MONUMENTS TABLETS STATUARY After 40 years experience we feel confident that all work entrusted to us will be executed in an artistic and skillful manner 4 1831 For the first few years his quitoes Snow Liniment This invaluable remedy is ono that It ought to bo in every household will cure your rheumatism neuralgia Its getting to j chilly for mos- Ballards Sorghum is soiling at 15c K t Ex P The Darlington Wis Journal sayn editorially of a popular pntei u di Wo know from experience that cine Camborlaiils Colic Cholera and Di arXpou itemedy mill that is claimed fnjjgK an on two occasions it stopped Pain an possibly saved eilrutoeiuntimely gravej Wo would us from an not rest easy over ni ht without it in The brick plants at Cloverport have This romodv undoubt- thehoTJrio edjy saves more pain anc suffering closed down for tho Beasou than any other medicine in the world In your blood is the cause fof that Every family should keep it in the Hoods Sar- house for it is sure to bo needed tired languid feeling later For Bale by R C eaparilhv makes rich red blood and sooner or gives renewed vigor Hardwickdruggist sprains cuts bruises burns frosted feet and ears sore throat and sore chest If you have lme back it will cure it It penetrates to tho scat of the disease It will cure stiff jointB and ontractod muscles after all Those othwr remedies have failed who have beon cripples for years have used Ballards Snow Liniment and thrown away their crutches and been able to walk as well as over It will cure you Price 50 cents Free trial bottle at R C Hardwicks drug store only parishioners were tho Menominee Indians aud the few chance voyagers and hardy trappers and hunt ers who passed that way on the old time trail from Hort Howard to Fort Dearborn Chicago In 1833 on the site where in 1673 Father Marquette established the first mission on Fox river Father Van der Brook built a back wigwam from which he preached the Gospel to his savage hearers even as had the early Jesuits two centuries before him In 1836 he built a little log church ou the site of the earlier wigwamv and It still stands a short distance from the more pretentious but less picturesque brick structure which now occupies tho site of that earlier From tho doc house of worship of this little chapel which stood on tho crest of tho bluff ho planted two rows of evergreen trees leading back about forty rods to the trail now the main street of Little Chute and tho highway from Appleton to Kaukauna To the day of his death In November 1851 these trees were an especial object of his care insure uniformity throughout the Milwaukee Journal regimental bands of the service tho Coffee and Tea Instruments aro to bo of the samo pitch as that adopted by the Phil- Â¬ The people of this country drink The Philhar harmonic society eight times as much coffee as tea monlo society has recently decided John Snaverly a farmer living to adopt tho lower pitch and ac- Â¬ cordingly the queens regulations near Bucyrus O recently killed will doubtless have to be amended a large number of grasshoppers in a It is estimated by competent author- Â¬ peculiar manner The bugs have ity that the cost of altering the in- Â¬ eaten up his lato corn and have struments of tho army bands to the taken possession of tho farm gener- Â¬ lower pitch would amount to be- ally There was a cool spell In his tween 1000000 and 1500000 but neighborhood a few days ago and a It is more than doubtful if any chan- Â¬ largo number of tho grasshoppers cellor of the exchequer would spend took refuge in a hollow log The so large a sum for such a purpose farmer saw them enter and then stopped up the hole In which they A Dance Alphabet had crawled Yesterday tho weath- Â¬ A dance alphabet has recently er got very warm and tho hoppers beon invented by a Russian profes- tried to escape They found a knot sor who has devoted fifty two years hole but about the samo timo a of his life in teaching dancing in the flock of birds found them As fast Russian Imporial college His In- Â¬ as the hoppers came out of the hole vention consists of minute figures they were lit upon by tho birds and which ropresent every concelvablo killed Thirty bushels of dead grass position the human legs can assume houbera are now lying near the log ONLY THE BIST MATERIALISED EFMr F M Whitlow is our solicitor 7gra l5a hfc tSffi 3 VnttnmA dgft3J7raSk Lrvery Feed And Sale Stable COR SEVENTH AND VIRGINIA STS HOPKINSVILLE TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS BOWLING GREEN KENTUCKY UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT SOUTHERN Sp Good Rigs with or without drivers furnished day or night Special rates to Commer cinlmen Good lot room adjoining NICE WAITING ROOM FOR LADIES Business Collets ESTABLISHED BOWLING GREEK IN 1876 fail lid NORMAL SCHOOL BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTHERN Scientific and Classic English Teachers The great Business Training School ol the South Music Art and Elocution provided Pook Keeplng Short hand Telegraphy Type Courses Pupils can enter at for Low rates of board and tuition Send lot Penmanship Writing and catalogue anytime Send for catalogue CHERRY BROS Proprs Bowline IroenKy 4Mentlon Conrso doslreO Addreii HOW TO DRESS NEATLY Every one knows we are artists in woolen fabrics and the most fashionable tailors in the city We guarantee fits and absolute- Â¬ Till ly dont want our customers to pay for any clothes that are not thoroughly satisfactory Our stock fall winter woolens is now complete embracing all the latest designs in London sp ials and Foreign IMF importations exclusive with us show them No one else can OUR TRIMMINGS are always the very best We invite you to cal see for yourself and get prices and N TOBINCOv FASHIONABLE TAILORS 10MAIN STREET n iP a i v o i hiJ J if g C Ar v Xi I 1 I wOhl 1 doul know whai toVemy friends for- a wdcing present U8 solve the problem for you Lt octll2t L-- LEtaw pnee at the old Fair Ground You can buy lots atairv 4H H- 5 fT 1 W J a U we 0 Rushing Things Everybody who ha8 to do with this stores doinga ia working with a will With the start of another sea sons selling the same wide awake storekeeping the kind you like again takes us to the head of the procession Clarksvillo HoweUCv ouic lu uuy ai u u uiuuivjf Mr Back Giles has movedfrbm to his fine farm near Kick VW Kicking iv m i i5p - Kickers f suitable for any purpose for rent by W A Wilqus oct88t Dr W H Kordlander has returned from a visit of several weeks to Ten nessee and Georgia and hna resumed his duties as druggist at the asylum The opening at The Loader will bo continued all this week oct8i2fc The contract to furnish the white schools with coal about 8500 ushels has been let to Blakomore Moore if Op stairs rooms 4 We Like To Trade With Kickers tiik to Har Poplt Kicking RndadviaEiryon V to Kick if asked trior for oods than We Ask - arli r Why dont you kick you Wo sell Slate Pencils 10 for lcj Why dont you kick Firo Shovels So Kick if they ask you more pay lo each for Lead Pencils wo sell 6 for lc You get 5 Har Pins for 1c wo sell 40orlo Why dont you kick You pay Rp tfr Tnilftt Rrwm wo Roll it fnr 1nWn noil Mons Rhnrq 10 in 40 nor nnnt nTionnor tlinti nnv Other house iu tOWU Why dOn t you kick when they ask you drug store prices for shoes We sell Mens ancJBoysa Hats and Caps for about half what other dealers ask Dont pay such prices while wo are here KIOK1 Agate Buttons fio cross what ao tou pay lamn wirkiu lorio What ao vou nav Lamri uurnora o caou wnai oo you iuj dm viuhko b eron pay Day moro earth lor t 16 what did you pay7 il aoceis Taper anice nnd white forloyoucinr do Klcjc soi Novel for6o rj why ifrt nnnn vriiii Bone Collar Buttons Boai ozen tj u nh a nrn rmt n XW m XWt ilKJJL ab tmnin a tii artr UHIIVIO U9A yVU t ii rrii WUW9 ODA i rA ib riAhin kifvyt OCH JVM Amn W AIVB UUIU lilUUDID WM J iihiii iv inn iiuuiui Tea 20c iaUiU UJJUV Uwuuo utaJt atha iii ponnd grocers ask 10c Kick once You will kick sure 11 yon iiiw f initinftf nnrl nnnt FJ in aat a flrjt viti on oiiva f rnm Nl to 20lT6r CCtlt We mark ov- m i WW r WW hi- - Will You 1 at The Leader oct82t Dont f orget to attend the ooenine Everybody invited t Jhese pricea are We cell the best alx cordthreadforflotwhr pay6ojwosaveWtol00p6rccntond every thlngln Plain Figures prices we ask every day placed here to sort o level your head on the subject of baraalni In has the courage and tlioconfldi Vmii TTinr astorohattdlingthestookwodothat lnvplaln figures Wedobmlueas on Honor We dont mate ono price to AiUriere Its own prices to mark Its goods yon and another to you neighbor Your money baok lf you say so Everything marked In plain figures and ono price to all Flmires eirthlne In Plain same 11 not baits but tho can uu See TJae v 5 1 will sell at prices so low youll think youve found them While torn up in front Ragsdale Cooper Co have their office in the warehouse building with the en- Â¬ trance on Main street Ourfall opening Oct 9th and 10th Beautiful survenirs given away RicHAnDS The old Fair Ground lots in i ui i STYLES The latest in fabrics and fashions are here for your approval An hour spent among these beautiful stuffs will help you to plan that beautiful now dress Wont you come while the See our show windows octll2t O k r P m H U i rff E4 it m H ii rY -j Eev Gooch 0 Hopkinsville Wq at all the furniture stores who was invited to assume the pulpit Our in Hopkinsville I of the Mechanicsburg M E church a WBSflyMSii ADVEK USING What can be nicer as a wedding few days Then call at ago has accepted the call FALL AND WINTER preseut than Japanese tableware at and will remove to this city with his 3Pyle L L Elgins v9 octll2t MEAD0RS THOMPSON wife at once He wilj take charge of Dr EN Fruit Dentist office over the pastorage immediately after his The old reliable Furnituredealors and bloom is on these fabric OPENING undertakers Up stairs in Henry block l City Bank Hopkinsvillo Ky arrival Paducah News beauties Hopkinsville Ky i Our friends complain of our doggerel ill Commence On The Rtone work on the foundation Two rooms for rent Apply to And t ay It Is getting scale of the Ragsdale Cooper Co build- Â¬ Mrs S O Weller They want us to let up on Qrover octll4t And find a new dog tale ing was begun Wednesday Tho only way they can stop us For that tired feeling A very desirable dwell- Â¬ Or getsomo verses new Fob Rent See the beautiful stock of new LASTING ONE WEEK is to keep us selling Furniture ing on South Virginia street 8 rooms buy a lot in the old Fair And give us more to do goods and buy what you want PYiiK RENSHAW large shady yard W W Ware Grounds to day at 3 oclock Handsome Stylish and Chic are our Fall Patterns Hats and Bonnets ID hli The celebrated Diamond coal for Cook Garrity flash light phoAdministrators Notice sale by H M Dalton cor 18th and tographers will visit your home and Miss Julia yenable is now R R sts Phone 112 octl 8t take pictures by the new process It Christian Circuit Court with T J Sarzedas where she will M Gregory Admr Than you have ever bought it The Kentuokian acknowledges the is something late and a triumph of vs V Notice before We bought our goods to be glad to welcomeher many friends art Have your photos made right receipt of a ticket to the first annual M Gregory hrs etc Bell and we are going to sell them Only All are invited to call and examine fair of the Montgomery County Fair in your home day or night All persons having claims against If you will only giye us a chance our stock and be sure of a hearty Association which will be held at high grade won and everything tho estate of Monroe Gregory de- Â¬ we will give you real bargains guaranteed and promptly executed Clarksville Tenn Oct 21 26 welcome ceased are required to file them be- Very Respectfully Will some young lady fore me properly proved by the J5th Dr A P Campbell has resumed his practice and nlso has secured the read this and then tell her of October 1895 W W West Special Commissioner right to extract teeth by the painless father about the Give Away Co process Office over Bassott UUTEIilHIA ar sale of lots in the old Fair The I W Harper Sour Mash Men and women desiring pleasant whiskey is we think and if you try employment can get it by ad Grounds to day ressing G D Fbee Clarksville So far as heard from only three of it you will agree with us the finest IEIWONAL iJOSSIP Tenn the H precincts in the coupty went flavored whiskey made in Kentucky is not sold fully matured and The old Fair Ground lots through the form of electing Demo- It the fusiluntilhas been eliminated oil until Dr AusTin T3ell has returned to cratic committeemen Palmyra chose we INew York after a visit of several ttiH sell at Judge T J Morrow and Howell Indeeddrop challenge any achemist to barrel of vweekfi to relatives near Douglas of to day at 3 oclock elected W G Fox The old find a we putfusil oil inmarket it when it on the Miss Annie Buckner of Clarksville Wanted to borrow S1000 on real members therefore hold over with It is especially commended vvlBited Miss Willie Rust this week estate in the county Iuquire at this but five changes three made in the medical purposes on account of for its city precincts and one at- Palmyra Mrs Vada Rudolph and children office Morrow will probably be made purity while as a beverage we unhesJudge 6f Clarksville are the guests of Dr Andre Doriocourt has accepted a chairman and W R Howell secreta itatingly assert that it is superior to the finest French Cognac iamily this week Southalls position with the Fidelity Oil Co of ry of the committee SOLD BY Judge Brown returned from Nash Cleveland 0 and left for Memphis The old Fair Ground lot W R Long this week where territory has been ville Ills yesterday where he had Hopkinsville Ky sale to pay will be a picnic been engaged in court for several assigned him at GLS YOUNGS idays VlrglnliiStr etopp Hotel Latham purse will tor buyers m which they Mis F M Girand desires a share The leanest Hopkinsvillo Ky of your patronage in dress making Mr J no T Jidtnunus condition is purchase a lot at the old will get all the pie yimmm wfSy AfcirfA greatly improved and it is hoped he guaranteed Terms Sunt Barbour of the Louisville Satisfaction Ur will soon be on the road to recovery Fair Ground sale to day 9th street above depot reasonable City Hospital has shipped a large jBe has had a pretty close call Richards Cos fall opening Wed- quantity of auu toxine to the Health tf Come and See This nesday and Thursday Oct 9th and Department of Bowling Green Prof O H Dietrich is at homo for 10th is said to bo raging in Diphtheria alow days Ho will be hero until that place and the drug was sent to Go to the Monday COSOY aid in stopping the spread of the A H Goodwin GRAVES I have a fine jack six years old W A PPool City Coal Company for coal disease Prof T S McCall and wife have four young mules and two mares E L Blakemohe returned from Canada or ex Â¬ Gos H Moohe ac- Â¬ which I will sell at a bargain You can start a bank JEWELERS change for butcher stock GfiOOW lev D L Collie of the Hopkins- - Jimies Ilopson and Lilly Johnson count with the money you W C Cook MAIN STREET Tille circuit leaves to morrow for his a colored couple from Crofton were Hopkinsville Ky new charge in Louisville His suc married in the county clerks office save at the lot sale of the Keep the best and freshest stock cessor Rev T V Joiner will proba- yesterday morning by Judge Breath old Fair Grounds to day at of Staple and Fancy Groceries to be arrive from Corydon in time to bly 3 oclock jpreach at Shiloh Sunday found in the and Thursday 0i Wednesdayyou want to see Oct Wallace Thompson and Chas May I have concluded to remain in bus- J3T Country city Produce handled Tiuijnnaui aw HOUSEKEEPERS 9th and 10th if the baum and their families of Northern iness in Hopkinsville and have re9P largest and the most beautiful stock Indiana 40 miles from Chicago turned from Nashville and re opened Do you want the boat epoons a nd forks in the Opposite Phoenix Hotel market The Steeling Silver Inlaid Ex of dry good3 over placed on exhibi passed through this city Wednesday my Dresomakingestablishment in the Main street amine this cut tion in this city bv all means attend en route to V averly Tenn to settle rooms over Taliaferros drug store Co the opening of Richards This o where They were very intelligent and I shall be pleased to see all of Kyt Hopkinsville and were traveling my old patrons and many new ones farmers For Rent the Tandy cottage on the corner of Clay and 16th Newly overland in covered wagons having Oct 8 dt Miss Ma Blumenstiel painted anu papered and in thorough been on the road about two weeks They expressed themselves as much repair Inquire here pleased with Mopklnsville ana said PATENTED You will miss the treat of your life there was more life and business ac n call and see thokenulne at the Old Hell Hotel livery stable and blacksmith ia Jewelry House of MjD Kelly Othernotnble if you fail to attend our opening Oct tivity about the place than any town shop at HowellKy Will rent seprands kept In stock 9th and 10th and to receive one of they had passed through Plasterer Plain and Ornamental a whole In connection arately or as our souvenirs to be given away on with hotel ib a good garden orchard Hopkinsville Ky That Joyfdl Feklinq these days Co Richards in full bearing three good cisterns Can give Formerly with Fotbes Bro The fourth annual convention of With the exhilarating sense of re and other improvements Mrs Dabney will reopen her studio shortly and Thursday the Kentucky Bankers Association newed health and strength and in- possession of hotel and stable Nov Will make estimates on all kinds China Class Tuesday and Erldayeaeh week Oil Class r Wednesday A first which will be held in Owensboro Oc- ternal cleanliness which follows the 1 blacksmith shop Jan 1 uours irom u 10 n a m KNOWLEDGE of plastering and cement work Terms 5 per term of six ekSiV tober 23 will bo attended by a large use of Syrup of Figs is unknown to class business stand For terms etc Matorlnl and China ordered reijBpnftble All work guaranteed and prices who bavoj progressed beyond apply to J F Allensworth Oak bopkinsville business the few Brings comfort and improvement an number of axumu at uesiaenco south JiniuSt the old time medicines and tho cheap Grove Ky oct88t men reasonable Repair work a spectend3 to personnl enjoyment whei substitutes sometimes offered but rightly used The many who live bet ialty and will receive prompt atwill never accepted by the well informed ter than others and enjoy life more with tention less expenditure by moo promptly sale of the old rOR BENT Aodress Lock Box 420 the worlds bet products to adapting The firm of H M Bryan Co has The best stock of Stoves and Ranges Vv of physical being will attest Fair Grounds to day at 3 Store house for 1896 Best loca- Â¬ this day been dissolved by mutual in the city thovaiue to health of the pure liquid oclock tion in Hopkinsville Rent reason consent 0 H Tandy retiring Tho LTttr principles embrcfd in the During Apply to E Frankel business will be conducted in future TPIE tho groat meetiug at the able remedy Syrup of Figs t under the linn name of H M Bryan your guests canuot Everything In the Tinware lino cheap as Its excellence ia doe to its presenting Tabeinacle Elastio Oottago Paints Co the company being nominal dirt In the form most acceptable and pleas reasonably exnoct more tuan one r k are thq most The above firm assumes all liabilities R ant to the taate the refreshing and trul good square meal a da For luuch- - Sold by andO II win on tho market and will collect all accounts due old beneficial properties of k perfect lax eon you should supply them with durable firm octl 4t uliv ilcctually cleansing the sysU m Saratoga chips boneless herring Wurrunttd i not scale Call on us for Itooflnu and Guttering Vane Calvert Paint Cj dispelling colds headaches and icver sweet pickle boiled ham a choice lot St Louis Mo Propa permanently curing constipation of fresh calces imported sardines ana BLACK PORTER Un millions and deviled ham sliced dried beef and re Â¬ It lius jjiYcn satisfaction A New 200 Room Hotel Elogantly mot with tiie approval of the medical ception ilake crackers from Wnnted In JlQWllntr Urccn Best pumps In the markot Force romps Wallis I will sell at pubhe auction on Furnished and Thoroughly Equip Vrofesalon because it acts on the Kid grocery bucket pnmps all kinds of pumps Theotloro Jeffries was arrested by Friday Oct 25 lavo at my neye Liver and Bowels without weak resi ped in Every Appointment ening them and it is perfectly free froir For SALiAphaoton and pony Chief Fritz Tuesday and locked upÂ¬ donee 6 miles east of Hopkinsville UnaurpaHBOd location at the Intersection ot evory objectionable substance to a ait tho arrival of War en coun on tho Butler road a lot of horses in Â¬ Appl at this olhco Tryoronrt Houston streets Eleotrlo Syrtlp o Tigfl is tor eale by all drug ty officers Jeffries broke jail in cluding a pair Of matches ono com- Penohtreo 8pecla attention to repairing Fine woolons for suitings at Fow Bowling Green about two years ago bined gelding mules cattle 50 Po- enra pa3Slngovcrv minute over lcachtreo and other routes for Exposition Grounds and nil ffisu in 6WaniTl bottles but it ia man Virginia St Hopkinsyillo Kj v Hfacturedby the California Fig Syrup rights tho tailor Cleaning and re where ho had bden confined some land China hogand pigs farming Lpfirt3 0f the city uruuu upura uouso convenvuc uiuu uuui Opposite Hotel Lathajp Bridge street Co onlvwhoso name is printed on every pairinar a specialty ient to all other placci ot amusement banks - implements etcrerms six months time on a charge of detaining a wornprincipal stores Post Offlce and Union Depot Bcktureal8o the name Syrup of Fie fritf an and had since been at largo Uo without ihWejrJbderSlO cash1 The hotel will be oondncted on European ad beinz well informed you will not plan the Cafe cutslno and service bel ng strict SiksL J Elgin Acme Ready Mixed Paints at E1t was engaged at work for the Wfltor ly firat claaa lnevery particular au substitute if offered AaMpt Oct 11 lti BATSS fi per dayand up n3 Works company whfth arrested AGENT octll2t gins Co St uauuuiimuuiuiuuuumimuiuuuuuuuuuitiuiiuuia SPhCTAL LOCALS Look J Are If L Elolv THE RACKET CO I JEREMIAH H KUGtEB Manager S Keiisha The Furniture Palace Cheaper OCTOBEE7 ii I l Thompson Meador help-yourself-pri- ces Guijs mirmmtioij punting Outfits and Supplies 4 Stock for Sale t POOL I it Back From Nashville 1 well-to-d- Cut lior Eent Jas I Belote ia i Mrs J R Dabney Help-yoKiself-pri- ces luleattho Dissolution Notice STOVES ri TINWARE ORIENTAL 1 ATLANTA Ga ROOFING 1 Public 8a PUMPS REPAIR WORK I I nhi yj i- - Jt V- to fir JE0r W i YOUNG h a h ft