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SHOT TO m Henry Hughes, who had introduced a resolution in regard to rules. .'i a One Negro "Pats n ltnllet In another at Much complimentary voting wag DRf, CLARDY WINS HANDS DOWN IN THE MAN FROM BALLARD CETS THE done, Judge Jamts Campbell, Maj. Gracey. THE DISTRICT. PLUM. T. E. Moss and Col. L. D. Husbands ' Tt iJ&jjv About 8:30 o'clock Saturday night nt times receiving very flattering In Spite of Sttll TIuntR and Secret Move- Remus West, a negro man living in VIshop Defeats Yeaman 1)7 Refusing To votes. Judge W. V. Robertson, after this city, was shot and perhaps fatal ments the People Stand by Him the forty second ballot, introduced a Withdraw After Yeaman Hint Loaned ly wounded by Jack Mason, another resolution adjoutning the convention jJTJ f. Loses Henderson Connty on "White Enough Votes To Nominate 5H T sine die and taking the election back , negro, on the premises of Rev. A. W. Account of the right Ulthop Men Very Sore. to the people, to be settled by a prion Yea man In ( Meacham, near Gracey. About two mary election Sept. 5, at the same 0 months ago Mason left his wife, who This Connty. was time the congressional primary The appellate convention p is the cook at Mr. Meacham's The called to order Friday at 11 o'clock by held in the First congressional is to disThe congressional primaries in the woman bad Bued for a divorce and Executive Committeeman J. D. trict. Before a vote could be taken had recently been receiving attenSecond disfrct Saturday resulted in a tions from West. Saturday she was of Paducah. He introduced the on the resolution the convention took ' yictory for Dr. Clarday, by a vote of at a brandance at Gracey and danced Rev. W. L. Nourse, who opened the a rtcess to 1:30 o'clock. When the convention met in the nearly three o one oer his opponent, with West, This anguered Mason, proceedings with prayer. When Mr. fourth session shortly before two Mr.JjfP, Tanner. The last week of who warned West to keep away from Mocquot announced the convention o'clock, the Yeaman men decided to gjjju. the woman until she got a divorce from play their last .V the campaign was characterized by him. The woman went home towards ready for business the names of John a nomination. curd and bring about White was to A , r.,m. 6ome lively canvassing, as Dr. Clardy night and West went with her, after 'wtoRay, of Carlisle, and John R. control enough of his votes unable to nomidiscovered a secret organized move- being threatened by Mason. . While Wylie, of Caldwell, were presented nate Yeaman, whose only hope was ment to still hunt the district in Tan- the family was at supper, West was for secretaries and they were chosen to force Bishop to withdraw and yard sitting in a chair opout in the ner's interest. He promptly orgilriiz-jB- d posite the cook room. Mason came without opposition. bring the contest between Yeaman and White. This could only be ihe district as rapidly as possible up and entered the cook room, pasFlem Gordon, of Hopkins, present- accomplished by showing Bishop that and succeeded in gettiug his friends sing by West, and uBkeu Mtuy Ma- ed the name of Hon. John L. Dorsey, he was out of the tace aud letting his aroused. He carried six out ofthe son, the cook.who it was in the cabin. of Henderson, for temporary chair- friends decide between Yeaman and She said but Buster" a ij eight counties, getting some strength hand on the''Nobody He then turned man, who was elected unanimously. White. The 43rd ballot was called place. ti Upon taking the chair Mr. Dorsey and when Henderson was reached the in every county, including Tanner's and saw West and with the question said he own county. "Who isthisl" fired upon West as he over the had been elected to to preside county was voted for White. One convention and not make after5 another the Yeaman counties The following is a careful estimate sat in the chair. West fell like a log a speech, but urged the delegates to were changed to White, so far as the out of the' chair and lay motionless. act with fairness of the result in all the counties, the and friendliness in votes could be controlled, and the reMason, who' was well known by the call requiring that a pro rata division family, then" went to the door and nominating a standard bearer and sult showed 63 for Bishop, 65 for unite on the nominee and elect White and 3 for Yeaman-h- is Christian be made of each county's vote: told them that he hid killed a then by a big majority. him county votes. A recapitulation waB Clardy. Tanneb. negro, saying he was sorry he had to W. M. Reed, of Marshall, offered a ordered and two of these votes were do 60 on the premises but that it had resolution providing for 12 Christian 0 the appoint- cast for White, leaving Yeaman still to be done . He left saying he would ment of 10 DavieB 3 three from the friends of each before the convention with a single somebody from Gracey. West send 2 1 Hancock remained in the yard half an hour. candidate on the committees on ere vote. He had not been withdrawn or 2 5 Henderson when he revived and crawled into the dentials, organization and resolutions dropped, but was Bimply lending HopkinB 10 0 and it was so ordered after a call of White enough votes to nominate him, 2 2 cook room door out of the rain. Soon the counties. McLean unless Bishop's known personal , Messrs. Walter Wilson r.rtM 74' afterwards 7 Union 2 Credentials E. B. Walker. Ray wishes in the matter were carried out and John Gaines arrived from Gra- Moss, 1 3 2 Webster . cey and when the former saw the C. H. Sam. J. Moore, R. A. Burnett, and Yeaman given the nomination Bush, James Campbell, T. J. over White. Several counties retired blocd he fainted away and it was 47 15 Total Baker. for consultation and a recess of ten some time before he could be restor- Nunn, L. C. Flournoy, D. B. A. Wil-guminutes was taken before the result Resolutions J. F. Clay, W. Henderson county went for Tan- ed. Then the wounded man with the ner. He carried 5 out of six precincts assistance of some negro men, was J. J, Glenn, W. F. Bradshaw, waB announced. The Bishop men in the city, all but EaBt Henderson. removed and sent O. M. James, Hunter Wood, J E. were shown that their man was out He also carried Corydon, Zion, Cairo, to town to tan out building the train, Robbins, J. L. Parham, J. D. Hud-gen- of the race, that White was nominamorning on ted unless they withdrew Bishop beDixie, Smith Mills, Geneva. Clardy at his request. Dr. Woodard attendgot Anthoston, Audubon, Hebbards-ville- . ed him and found him severely Organization H. H. Loving, J. W. fore the result waB announced, but Turk, E. Brooks, T. J. Morrow, J. H. they failed and refused tp get out of wounded, though he may recover. Few precincts in Webster county Mason escaped and has not yet Coleman, W. M. Reed, D. H. Hughes, the way in Yeaman'B interest, though several of the Bishop delegates urged have reported. In North Sebree the been S.V.Dixon, J.L.Smith. arrested. vote was a tie. Clardy carried South The committee on organization re their colleagues to prevent White's Sebree by two votes. Slaughtersville ported five minutes later in favor of nomination. The Yeaman delegates Stratln the Shoulder. went for Clardy. organization and it from Christian begged the Bishoo A shooting affray occurred near the temporary delegates from their county to change Clardy carried Daviess, getting five was unanimously ordered out of eight precincts in Owensboro, Noah's Spring, not far from the Ten After a recess to 2 o'clock the cre- to Yeaman and some of them wanted Yelvington, Ensor, Whitesville, Phil-po- nessee line, Saturday night at a ne- - dentials committee reported that every to do so but others wabtet their time .EDUCATIONAL. West Louisville, Rome, Toll gro bran dance in the woods. Cullen county was represented and that there urging Ytamau's friends to throw away the only chance Yeaman had. Gate, Rochester and SaleB. Tanner Littlefield was shot in the shoulder were no contests. carried three Owensboro precincts, Leslie Oldham. Both parties were Judge J. E. Robbins, of Graves, by forsaking him aud voting Fields and Murray No 2. Having been inwhite men. Littlefield rode up to a read the report of the resolutions lor Bishop. In Hancock county Clardy carried group of negroes who were shooting-crap- committee, which endorsed the plat- structed 10 "represent Yeamnn" HOPKINSVILLE, KIT. Hawesville 2 precinctsj , Tanner, car. ia thewoods by a candle. Jight form and Bryan and Sen all and urged and "o to vote," the two dele"" ' ried Lewisport. and called to one of the negroes. the Democrats of thiB convention to gates who were voting with Hende'r-so- u A HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. county remained firm and plainly Tanner got everything'heard from Oldham, who was with support only those newspapers that sr Ten (10) able and experienced teachers. A thorough in McLean excepting Sacramento, got up and asked who it the negroes, were giving their unqualified t told the Bishop men that they held was. Little course in Ancient and Modern Languages, English, Mathematics, Music which went for Clardy. to the Democratic party. The the key to the situation and would be field replied that it made no differ Science. Art and Elocution. Collegiate. Preparatory and Primary de- Union county Three out of four untrue to their constituents if they report was adopted. wiho it was. nartment. Buildincr renovated, furniture new. electric lights. Send for precincts in Uniontown endorsed the encethe candle and Uldham then blew The slap at the newspapers was in failed to force Bishop off the track in fired at Littlefield out Catalogue or information. :; order to nominate Yeaman. They Morganfield. with a pistol, the shot taking effect tended for the Courier-JournaMcLean candidate. 48rd Session Opens Sturgis and Waverly go for Clardy in his shoulder. The wound is a Times and Post, of Louisville, and f uther pointed out thit Bishop's men EDMUND HARRISON, President. Sept. 2,1800- Ollie James wbb in favor of naming would be responsible for White's vicand it is likely that most of the coun- flesh wound only and not at all ty went Clardyward. tory, for by withdrawing Bishop YeaNo arrests had beeu made them. Upon motion of Ollie James the man would eati y defeat While, BishIn Hopkins. Clardy carried yesterday. Earlington, Hanson and counties were called for the nomina- op's managers refuted to let Yeainau "Carried Hack to ClarktvlIIe, have it after their mau vas out, but Morton's Gap, 12 precincts in all, eo tion of candidates. Vr far as reported. Dawson sent Clardy Harrv Moorman, of Graves, pre permitted the result to be auLOunced About a month ago Detective R. H. delegates uninstructed. It is not Coffey, of Guthrie, arrested Ben Ken- sented Judge White; Hon. Jas. F. after a delay of twenty minutes and likely that Clardy lost a single preuiay, oi nenuerson, nameu uuuge White was the nominee. The Bishop -cinct in the county, though full re- dall, col., on a charge of malicious Teaman and Col. L. D Husbands, of men went down in defeat and pulled shooting. The crime was committed Paducah, presented the name of Yeaman with them, some with bitter turns are not in yet. county conventions The The seconding reproaches for l'eaman's managers will in Montgomery county, Tenn., and as Judge Bishop. f . meet at 2 o'clock and the Kendall refused to go over to Ten- speeches were made by Judge W. W. and some with tears in their eyes for district convention at Madisonville nessee with the officer he was taken Robertson, of Graves, for White; Mr. their leader. Judge White owes hin I : ' to Elkton and lodged in jail. By XX. R. Howell, for Bishop and Hon. nomination to the vindictiveness of next Monday afternoon. some means the necessary papers I. A. Spalding and Jas. B. Aliens-wort- Bishop's friends, vho seping them were dlayed and did not arrive until for Yeaman. All of the selves outwitted by a bold bluff re The Delegates Appointed. Saturday, when Mr. Coffey took his speeches were good and entertainiug. fused to accept defeat until they had HopkinsviJle.No. 1 L. T. Brasher. man to Clarksville to stand trial. Upon motion the convention pro- taken revenge on Yeaman. C. K. Wyly, Geo. E. Gary, M. D. There are two indictments against ceeded to ballot. The first ballot reA committeo was appointed to esBrown. Kendall, one for carrying a pistol sulted: Bishop, 49; Yeaman, 45; cort the nominee to the btaud aud he Hopkinsville No. 2 W. A. WilguB, and the other for malicious Bhooting. WThite37. accepted the nomination in a voice Geo. Bradley, J. 0. Cook. Crittenden counted solitl for Bish choking with emotion, thuuked those iu i. Struck by n Fljlng Brick. Hopkinsville No. 3 ChaB. Knight, op gave three of its votes to White. who nominated him aud .promised to Jas. West, G. W- - Elgin. During the heavy wind and rain Eignt more ballots were taken with- lead the party to victory and disHopkinsville No. 4 C. M. Meach- storm that passed over the city ) Satur out material change and the conven- charge the duties of the high office to am, J. C. Buckner, Jno R. Green, A. day evening Mr. D. G. Wiley, who tion adjourned till 8 o'clock. the best of his ability. M. Cooper. A resolution introduced at the openJudge Yeaman whs next called for was walking along the street near the Palmyra T. J. Morrow, R.S. Gary. corner of Seventh and Main, was ing of the night convention in eulogy and made a brief speech accepting E. Crofton J. R. Shelton, L. S. struck on the leg by a brick and of the late Judge John R. Grace, of the result as gracefully as possible Wright, F. W7. Owen, J. W. Walker, 5 knocuea uown. Jur. wuey was so this district, and deploring his un- under the circumstances, saying he A. B. JohnBon. badly hurt that he had to be carried timely death, was passed by a risiug had prepared a speech of acceptance W. Crofton Jno. H. Myers. R. P. home in a hack, but was able to be up vote and drew forth eulogies from but unfortunately it was not appro- :t Morris, W. B. Long, .Redon Munk, yesterday. Mr. Wiley is of the opin- Hon. James F. Clay, of Henderson, .' S He thanked j 1 ' k? Eriate to the occasion. W. H. Martin. i. declared that he bore no ion that the brick that hit him was and others. Gordonfield T. M. Barker. When the nineteenth ballot had ill will to his opponents and heartily blown from the top of some house Newstead J.W. Riley, J. W. Foard. near by, as the wind was blowing a been taken, seeing no immediate congratulated Judge White. I" Concord J. F. Meacham. Judge Bishop then came forward regular gale at the time of the acci- chance of any change that might Dogwood W. R. Oates. solve tne question oi a nomination, a and spoke somewhat at length, exdent. Casky Jno. L. Moseley. motion was made by Mr. Clay, of pressing his thanks to his friends aud Edwards' Mill G. S, Brown, Jno. Henderson, to adjourn the couven particularly those who conducted his A Constitute Nominated, Harned, R. A. Elgin. tion until Monday morning, Saturday canvass in Christian co.inty. He Delegates were chosen in the PemN. Pembroke Jno. M. bergeant, being the day set for precinct meet- could not conceal the disappointment M0Mt-broke district Saturday to a magis- ings to appoint delegates to county he felt and spoke iu a tone so low Joe Moseley. Ike Garrott, Dr. R. terial district convention S. Pembroke conventions in the Second congress- that but few could hear him. i , P. Moore. After adopting the usual resoluto nomiuate a Democratic candidate ional district. This was promptly i Perry School Ho uee for constable. There were two can- substituted by a resolution to adjourn tions of thanks, the convention ad I ill 'A. .1 i J Longview J. M. Clardy, W. R. didates, John H. Rose and Ben Car- until Saturduy morning, but this was journed sine die at 2:3J o'clock. ' ?4 TNLr-- 7 Peckinpaugh. roll. Edwards' Mill with 2 votes and voted down Beverly Jas. Medley, Geo. S. Siv-le- Perry's School House with 3 went for, A resolution offered by J. F. Judge James White was born 62 A. J. Kenner. Carroll and North Pembroke for Rose Gordon, of Hopkins, adjourning the years ago ij Ballard county, Ky. He BennettBtown with 2 votes. This will give the nom- convention sine die and referring the was a son of a pioneer Baptitt preach.7 t'-- rffs OCr-Lafayette W. D. Cooper. matter back to the people to be er. Dur ng his childhood and early ination to Mr Carroll. Howell W. G. Fox, L. M. Cayce. settled in a primary, wab voted down manhood Judge White lived Brent's Shop J. B. Walker. Died of Heart Disease, by a large majority. It being late joung in Ballard county. B. S. Pool. Gracey J, F. Clardy, Mr. Mark Jones, Sr., died very sud- the convention then adjourned until He went from thereto Rardwell, CarBainbridge Tom Dunning. twenty three bal- lisle county, where he now ives. The denly of heart disease at his home Saturday morning, YOU SEE IT AND East's School H. D. R. Brasher. lots having been taken with no ma- nominee is widely known as a lawnear Caledonia last Thursday after- terial change in the vote Lantnp's W. A. White. yer of ability and integrity. PROFIT THEREBY Baker's Mill J. H. Major. noon. He was engaged in conversaThe Saturday morning session of a large practice and is very He has ' popular " . A& . J ? Bluff Springs F. B. McCown. tion wiih' a grandson when he fell to the convention was very lively. The among all who know him. For one f the floor, dying without a struggle. night was spent in attempts, on the term he held the office of common 1 .There will be an examination of ap Mr. Jones-waabout 78 years old and part of three candidates, to make judge in his district and i plicanta for teachers' certificates for held in high esteem by all. tradeB in order 'to nominate a man. the duties of the position in a ballot was taken tboHoDkinBville publicechoolBheld at The funeral took place Saturday af- The twenty-fift- h 3 speeches of apology in highly sat ufactory manner. He is a the Clav Street buildinsr next Thure ternoon and the body was interred in after several ...... order to right a wrong done to ,day and Friday, August 6 and 7. the family burying ground. Continued on Filth Fce.) 4ik TANNER TANNED. WHITE THE WINNER. Bugle Of Asdll Last 'f: 0 To The "Round-u- A Moc-quo- t, The Season. Beg inning SATURDAY, August 15, and Continuing Two vyeeKs 'Ji-- X "S lothing ad fiH9tw1f Shoes v. Almost Given 1-- 2 1-- Away 1-- 1-- 2 Watch for Fuller Particulars... s, s. the-nex- J. si H. ANDERSON & CO. FEMALE COLLEGE. t, BETHEL s sup-por- l, s. Madi-sonvill- e, I I Waih; ThiSr Space It Will .0!3K h Qdiitaiu A Message - Of Cheap (i$o(ls i? Low Prices "To ff .TIB- IT' MdU, 1 Patrons y, y ) Be Sure and Friends; .' iMn PETREE & CO. 1 s per-orm- ed 75! Ptt,. ( IjoykinstiiUc THIS entucliian. MP THAT, FIGHT WITH SUPERSTITION. END OF THE WORLD, Prophat3 Keep Cropping Up in Spite of Innumerable Failures. It is a most remarkable book that has just been Issued from the little town of Vichy, France, and of which a single copy, so far as known, has made its way to this country. Its author is Abbe Dupin, cure of tho village of Dion,' and he declares that he has discovered indubitable evidence of the approaching end of all things, says tho Philadelphia Press. The great "coup," as he calls it, will, he assures us, take place in all probability September 19 or 20 of this year, cetainly .before the close What makes this statement so extraordinary is the fact that tho author declares that his work is issued with the sanction of the Catholic He disclaims any atauthorities. tempt to inculcate any except orthodox doctrine. ' Tho title of the book is curious, and reminds ono of tho first pages of some Elizabethan romance. Hero is part of it: "Tho grand coup, or universal cataclysm, will ravage the world between the 19th and 21st of September, 189G, as foretold in Scriptures. The prophecies of the Old and New Testament compare with those of La Saletto, in which aro foretold the great war which will destroy of the human race, the comand his reign, ing of after which the church will triumph over her enemies and the reign of Christ begin on earth." Tho book is divided into two parts. In the first the author foretells tho events which are about to occur, including the devastation of the world by wai'S, earthquakes and plagues, nine-tehtAnti-Christ hs & a. n m f V 7 1- 'I f I 1" V.s t c I i el W f Bi Jc I: Postage stamps to the number How the English in China at Last of 4,000,330,00'o'aro annually used by Got a Summer Resort. tho people in United Stat.es. One of tho most pressing needs of More than one-haof tho vapor foreigners resident at the various s in the atmosphere is within 6,000 treaty ports along tho feet of the surface of the earth. been some place at a considerable Seattle, Wash., is selecting a elevation to which thoy could connew chief of police by corapatitive ex- veniently go during the hot season, amination, notwithstanding the fact says the London Titnesl The diffthat the appointing power lies with iculty is that there is an almost toitfee mayor of the city. tal absence of hills in proximity to The' very oldest Chinese porce-llai- n tho river below Ichang. A little to the south of the treaty is1 a pure white, without any g is a range called color whatever, sometimes with port of ilgures raised in relief. Tho earliest the Lu3hnn, and after a hard struggle a site has been obtained among color laid on was the blue. Rhode Island was the only state these hills at a place called Kuling, a not represented in the convention name which for many months past called to frame tho constitution, nor has become familiar to every reader did she ratify until measures were of the English papers published in instituted toward treating her as a tho far east. For some years sites for bunga'foreign power. A New Canaan (Conn.) woman, lows at this place were easily obito whom her husband mado over his tainable by foreigners, but during during house business 1894 proclamations were issued by recent troubles, has now driven him from tho local authorities forbidding the the house- and will allow him five rentiug or selling of these sites without official permission. In Decemdollars a week to spend. Mr. Little, a There are numerous hotels in ber, 1894, however, leased a site resident of !New York whore suites of rooms, on temple property on Lushan from consisting of bedroom, parlor, baththo responsible temple authorities, room and one or two sitting-roommagis$200 to $300 a week. This, of and forthwith the district cost trate arrested all the natives concourse, includes table service and. i;ud Ilium to jail until private dining-rooand attendance. cerned wassoul given up. Mr. Little the lease The latest story of German gave up the lease and lost his money, "thrift" is told upon tho proprietor on the promiso of tho magistrate to of a circulating library who made his obtain another site for him, and Kupatrons pay for all wear and tear of ling was selected. his books. "See here," he exclaimed, It was at the time waste and own"there is a hole on page 19 of my erless land on the mountain top, and beautiful book. And see here," ho the consent of all the officials and went on turning over the leaf, people concerned having been ob"there is another ov: pa:,ro 20." tained, Mr. Little got. his lease in It is said that Dr. Carver of St. January, 1895. Europeans in tho Auy. iine, Pla., is living in tho old- various ports on the river went est house in the United States. It shares in making a road and preparwas built in 1502. and was occupied ing for putting up houses on tho by Spanish monks before St. spot, but in April a secretary, to the In Augustine was founded. district governor (who had approved Dr. Carver has surrounded of the lease being granted) and some himself with a collection of antiqui- others joined in a petition against ties connected with the history of allowing foreigners to build, on tho Florida and the Spanish, wlio once ground that they would interfere ruled it,, that is of itself a veritable with the geomatic influences of tho museum. His collection of curiosities neighborhood. contains relics connected with the Placards to tho same effect and first Spanish settlers that date back urging the people to attack the forinto Moorish history a thousand eigners and the workmen wero put years ago. out in In consequence the district magistrate ordered all BUSIHE3S MACHINES. work to be stopped. April 25 a mob from a village ten miles away apA Lesson Young Plen Star'ing in peared at Kuling, drove off the .workLife Should H:ed. men and destroyed two houses and I do not know a more melancholy all tho building material. A numexample of the human race than ber of persons who had assisted the what is known as the highly success- foreigners were arrested and senful American busnrjv? min; the sort tenced to be kept in jail till Mr. Litof man who "opens his daily life deed. Tortle should give up with his office key and closes it with ture is said to have tho been applied to a letter for the late mail." He has, some of tho poor people, and their of course, secured what relatives besieged Mr. Little's resiof the young men of this country dence day and night,, weeping and wish they had business success, a their hair. largo amount of securities, ample tearingNicholas O'Connor demanded Sir his family and a cerprovision for the release of tho innocent prisontain power in the commercial world. ers and the punishment of those who If he has escaped pitfalls and thus incited the mob, but for many months saved his character he has certainly in vain. The local authorities obincurred the envy of a large propor- stinately demanded the return of the differently tion of his fellow-medeed and promised still another site; situated. To regain the gcod feeling but ultimately the presence of the of his fellows lie has one thing left,, minister, Mr. Beauclerk, and Mr. and that is to turn philanthropist. Brady, the consul at was In doing this he can recover, to a successful, and Mr. Little retained certain extent, that portion of the his site. beings respect of his It is described as an upland, 3, GOO which is worth the having; but, as feet above the sea, in the heart of a far as ho is concerned, there is no beautiful range of mountains, and is other course left for him in life ex- five and one-hahours' distance cept to keep on in the same tread- from The range is celemill, accumulating and becoming a brated in Chinese history and poetry. miser, or to give it all up and begin A called "Community to learn to live anew. If his life Bungalow," has been erected at the permits, that is, if it has not been foot of tho range, and a suitable worn out by too close application to road has been made to tho summit, work, he may probabl', before he is where it may be hoped that the forCO, go to the school of common eign communities are now in possense and learn the joys of outdoor session of the site for a sanitarium, life of flowers, music, art, litera- which they have long sorely needed. ture, sympathy with his kind, a Diet Regulated ay Law. tender appreciation of everything is in tho world that makes life there Tho diet of a nation has often been worth living. If ho learns that sucn regulated by law. Two cessfully, the last ten years of his Roman laws, enacted about 100 years life between CO and 70 may be B. of C, passed in comparative comfort. But privateregulated the cost feasts at meals, stating how much how much wiser it would have been was to bo eaten, and forbidding fatif, after ho had accumulated enough of fowls. Julius Caesar was money to pay his bills and keep his tening very strict in this regard, and went family not in luxury, which, ten to length of sending soldiers inchances to one, would ruin his sons to tho market places to confiscate the and injure the future of his forbidden luxuries, and to feasts to daughters he had packed away, see that the legal dietary was obboth in his heart and theirs, the love served. In Franco the of Charles for the things which would have VI. and Edward III. law limited dietaries ten years lf Yang-tc2chaKiu-Kian- flW? is " j'' S m "111 " .v 'W' t tgr m- - fc" of 1899. S 59! j " " "''' "'" lV: 2. "! 1 f h & -A- ND- LADIES'' TAN AND OXFORDS f&iVh-'-'- At Cost If you want a pretty shoe; a wearor,one to fit tho latest toe, all' sizes, any width last and if you want to sive SI to Sl.60 -.- . t ; . f a pair on them V OPPORTUNITY. NOW IS YOUR v V V IS t It T "5 i 151 Ht2" ''V " :Wf v Si '& Kiu-Kian- g, Sjok s4r f j r 03 s, m tpvMWWWW B Jp t o: :? '.VAiUWTAg m kt mZ & it" j Meri vjzi, .J-- j f i matt- flf!- xi I i. V I i. tho birth of mother, and a terrible cataclysm, the naturo whose he says, is already hero, anti-Chris- t, THE 0.-Ihous- Kiu-Kian- g. elaborate alculations of the kind with which readers of similar prophecies Some of the coinare familiar. cidences he mentions aro curious"" but people will not alarm themselves to any great extent by his warnings. of which is vague, which will leave few human beings alive. All this, ho declares, he has found, on unim peachable authority, to be" due to occur at the time he states. The second part contains his rea-- . sons for selecting tho time he specifies. It consists of a number of, H0IE. JEIELRY Jewlery, of. a CO. &h THE MOST ELEGANT LINE OF Watches, Silverware, Cut-GlaS- Clocks. .Avh DIAMONDS! Tlri.n-a.-hrn.n? Rnon4-.rml.o- S. large city. ALL AT LIVING- PEIGJEStf 2 Personarattention given to . Watch, Clock, and Jewelm Rev airing ' 'fix T3 Remember the place-2- 09 South. Streetever seen outside HOWE JEWELRY COMPANY, Call onus for Reliable Goods and Repairing. r ,7 .. ' (Two Doors North of J. H. Anderson I . Main f & Co.) nine-tent- hs n Kiu-Kian- g, fellow-huma- n lf Kiu-Kian- The chief interest of the book lies wPr'mrttm in the position of its writer. Tho prophet is ever with us, and regularly has predicted tho end of all tilings fqr nearly every year for the last 500. "Rev." Mr. Baxter created STATEMENT OP CONDITION quite a sensation in England a few OF THE years ago by assuring his hearers that they might expect the end of the world in 1887. That year went First i l National Sank, by and nothing particular happened, and the prophet then shifted his date KENTUCKY. a year or two forward. He is prob- HOPKINSVIIXE, ably at the same game and finds a close of business at the fresh stock of believers every year, July 14th, 1896. Everything being sold at COST. Our trimmed goods who are foolish enough to credit him RESOURCES, and incidentally support him and his way below cost. New stamped linen, white kid Loans and Discounts $K0,77!U5 jt.. ,mHt!ti-ifmmrmmwm family. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured,.. 4,75s.6 I . I A U.ll. secure circulation...... JG.000.00 U.S. Bonds ueus, uurssciu, unuerwear, nose, eic. uive US a But the French abbe's book is of PremlumsontoV. S. Bonds 1,000.00 32,161,41 Rome has Stocks, securities, etc., ..j. a different character. call. A fixtures 2,00'J.OO Mme. Flurette Levy. discouraged any visions of this kind Banking House, Furniture Due from National Bauks,(not Kcserve . Agents,) 4,312,33 w in her priests, knowing that what- Due from State Banks and Bankers... C.OS5.30 ever temporary effect they may Due from approved reserve agents.... 10,113 28 625,59 have is soon destroyed when tho Checksofand other cash Items. ....... 10,033.00 Notes other National (tanks k.. futility of the prophecy is discovered. Fractional paper currency, nickels, 4G0.i9 . cents The abbe is doubtless claiming more Lawful money reserve in bank, viz : j Specie :...i!,sio.OO authority than he has. r notes. 6,000,00 10,510 00 AG IVT UfllJtfir J I IWWIki At the XjecLox" J. s:! l J5f earn MGR.1 H f Wkt't&iS&rHfr GEO. W. YOUNG, ,,., Plumber, C Leaal-tende- g. Tattooed by Lightning. rest-hous- e, well-know- made, not only tho last but all the years of 'his life lovely and happy In other wprds, to sum it all up, I would rather have my little piece of pie every day I ,livo than wait until I am ,so old .my teeth won't chew it. F,. Y. Independent. 1 Christian Anderson of Greenwich, Conn., aged 28, wa3 instantly killed in the presence of his family during the progress of a heavy thunder-showeAnderson came to this country ten years ago from Denmark, and by hard work had ,been able to send for the rest of tho family one by one. His mother was the last to arrive, and to celebrate her coming a family reunion had been planned and all were gathered at supper when the tragedy hap pened. The flash entered through an open window and struck Anderson squarely in the face, cutting a gash two inches long on the right side of his nose. Anderson was killed instantly. When his body was picked up the right side appeared to be tattooed from head to foot. Although there were 15 people about the table, none of the others were hurt. Redemption fund with U.S. Treasurer (fi per cent of circulation) Duefrom U.S. Treasurer, other than 6 percent redemption fund Total 720.00 2.50 Sanitary and Gas Goods. Fitter. r. LIABILITIES. General Capital stock paid lu 61.000.00 2,725.62 Surplus fund Unalvlded Profits, less expenses aud line of 1,110.31 taxes paid National Bank Note outstanding.... 11,400.00 city. will1.557.00 Dividends unpaid Individual Deposits subject to check. 123,448.13 buying, COME. , J312.277.00 Total you purchase or State of Kentucky, County of Christian, ss. 1, 'UiOs. V Long, Cashier of the above-nameaoove statebank, do solemnly swear-tha- t the ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Titos. W. Loso, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before sue this 21st TOM P. MAJOR, day of July, 18C. Waltee Kellt, N, P. Late of Clarksv e, Tenn. Correct Attest f -- .. F. L Elms, JIoayon. i Directors. John J.1V. Downer. ( d 1212.277.00 Dealer in House Fnrnishine The prettiest Kanges in the them before whether goods. the It Heaters PAY YOtf tT see You will be treated not, I want tot show -c- and. -- the best ourteously, 't JAS.D. HEADLEY, Jb Late ot Glvons, Headley tM & Co The West Coast of Florida the Riviera of America, described in a series of haudsome pamphlets. Write B. W. Wrenn, P. T. Al., Plant System, Savannah, Ga. There were over 20 cases ot p ros tration from heat aud one death in St. Louis last week. When You Take Your Vacation MAJOR MAJO&C'6., j t ri n TOBACCO TOM P. No. 1025 "West Main WAREHOUSE PROfPS. Palm Beer .for Africans On the west coast of Africa it is climbing up a gigantic palm tree, with a calabash of immense sizo hung When she has ,round her neck. .reached tho top branch, she taps tho tree, and tho sap begins to flow. iThen sho hangs the calabash beneath the stream .of sap and descends. Twelve hours, later hc, climbs tho h, tree agaiu," and. takes. dqwu,.the which bjt thatutimoji3 "full of palm beer. Itireserribles mead somewhat, but a small quantityof-ifc-stu- ' penes tljcrihker ft cala-'bas- a common thing to see a woman Women Fire Fighters. The little town of Nasso, in Sweden, has a feminine department, 150 strong, in its fire brigade. Tho waterworks of the village ' consist simply of four great tubs, and it is the duty of the women "firemen" to Cromwell's Head. keep these'fulMn case of fire. Thoy It is asserted that a Kentish stand in two continuous lines, ono gentleman is in possession of tho lino passing the full buckets and tho head of Oliver Cromwell preserved other sending them back. Documentary evidence in a box. Quicksilver in Australia. does not fully substantiate tho claim, A large but there are traditions which givo recently deposit of quicksilver has .been discovered in Yulgi-ba- r it some show of reasonableness. Station, Clarence river, New Furthermore,, tho head strikingly South Wales. Though the deposit, resembles portraits; busts and the shows a likelihood, to run to great of Cromwelh de'athrnask depths, known that it would Worcester.,, in Wisconsin, at an pay for extraction. J payable mdr.f elevation of 1,G05 feetyis;saicLtoibov cury.minew a gqldibbaringlcountry would be bfufirstdm-porunothe highest' recordedaltitudom that according to rank with regard to both quality and quantity, and in Scotland the parliament of 1433 did tho same. It is noteworthy that some of the English sumptuary laws remained nominally in force until about 35 years ago. Street. . . .Louisville, Ky. the most necessary article to have with you (after your pocikot book) is a Dotue oi Foley a uontrana iJiarruoia Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements of the bowels caused by a change of water. i'ou are likely to need it. For sale, by C. K. Wyly. The Russian loan of 1,000,000,000 francs. ($200,000,000) issued by the Rothchilda' has been covered 25 times over. Uot'JVeather Itule-t. M. D. SULLIVAN; Nashville,, ;Tenn PRACTICAL u t 4 Estimates Solicited Telephone 15G6. PLUSVJBINQJ GAS & STEAM;- FITTING. and..,, .,jQrders,Prpmptly Attended To. No. 183 North College Street. V r, t it.uot ' f In warm weather bowel complaints frequently result from" over eatiugor overdfinkfriJ.a,Fo!ey's Colic and Di-- , tiWI Successful Speculation on margins: arrhSea'Curenffotds1 'perfect nrotec-- ! biu" ''tfllH'lUowel dernncements x ti'on stated VT y anl o. FotmvtyQSKWt.jiyy ii aVnniiftgai- .- it W ri JC r n ooucit order to buy or sell GKATN. PHOT. fSIONSrSTOCKSand UUXIUW Private wires to Chicago aud N. Y, Correspondence solicited, rir ml'lr r?TI:rnK'? Tiffit Met Main niODwLSVJ.Tyi3 K WX JiifJAkS' S togtsmu! !"& Tfl thfi monna nf lionnminr W7nfl1t)lV. KY. Street SI. a. L7 ".-- , pjftfeMUi CIHCOIT COtfKT DIKEOTORY. lentttcititm. " "" "" i" ii M " 3 m jogpriQjgMABps:,, potent Mina Managers. The ireneral statement enmnt.imrq inade arnonu: men! interested Vm 'minei and " pining; or' in ihe' branches of work open to the youn graduates of the colleges, that there are not enough competent- - mine PlacC3 with High Pay. Awaiting Com VOELCKEn's BELLES AND BILLIARDS,. o Ara. Export Fashfonablei'Wome ... $ t in angiingrjno uue. as an effective cure lor Cpustipatiop, H ICWtniOlIT. 15961 Spstiveness, Biliousness and the Ills! As a standard amusement for nrising therefrom, spch a sick anU' winter and summer, country resihervous headaches, indigestion, diz dence and city club house, billiard tiuesa, uiuuiiu ioversjt!ic?iii cun OO playing has held its own for years. givenltochi!)3ren,as1AveU as adultsr It is a taste inherited from English trial Yl' convince youjbf its merit" ancestors and is a sport at once good Caution, pu up IrT Yellow Boxes for developing adroitness of mind 'i, . and suppleness of body. , only W There are indeed few sports For salo by which afford a graceful woman an ' O.'K. Wtly, DruggisU opportunity to appear so graceful, Hopkin6ville, Ky or aclever woman of revealing her Woqp. & MoMiTii, Druggists, . mentaT alertness, as the time Pembroke. Ky.- - honored game of billiards. Women have beenv enthusiastic ' j JlothcrStoll'g Salve. 1 billiard players since the rehrn of U Louis W.jtbut JjnprovCd.il it is in the English Cures and healB bruises, burnw country hotTse thatr thofemihih scratches; boils, ' carbuncles, ringjj billianl dev,otg reigns supremoJjTIi worm, tetter, caluees, etc. W American oeautv nas only in recen years taken her cue and. giyenher Prjca2iggn,t8,per bos. attention tio fitting up splendidly decorated rooms wholly devoted to Dr. IJrooks' llendnclie fowilers, her new fad for managing a ball on a table as cleverly as she" does on fGive instanCreliefrv " 'NqlChloral the golf link or toniiiS'fcourt'"' No Opium. The Astors, Vanderbilts, Gerrys ffl flnro rripfl. rItohvb nopri.. w..w ...w.., ..,.., and Goolets all have finely fitted 10 cents per package. billiard rooms in their homes. Scjld by,,driijggi6ts Mrs. George Gould has been 4 called tho best woman billiard A..McGune,ai Eouis po. i Slie studied liceman, wns prostrated by heat in' player iu America. under Sexton and has fine tables Chicago. , , country ' both her town house tyt f9 H A, home inin the Catskills. and She has 1 SKIN." DISEASES OP THE Tlio "Intense" itching and smarting inci- mastered all tho fancy shots and ana other beats her husband in a handicap dent to eczema, tetter, diseases of tho skin is instantly allayed by game. Eyo and Skin applying Chamberlain's Young Mrs. J. J. Astor, who Ointment. Many very bad cases have been is equally seems to have a particular aptitude permanently cured by it. It efficient for itching piles and a favorite rem- for every known sport, is a brilliant edy for sore nipples; chapped bauds, chil- expert. She learned to manago blains, frost bites, and chronic sore eyes. balls and cue in Philadelphia and For sale by druggists at 2o cents per box. subsequently supervised personally Try Dr. Cndy's Condition Powders, they the arrangement of a billiard room are just what a horse needs when injjad condi- in her Fifth avenue home. tion. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. Miss Gerry is an excellent shot Sold by R. C. Hardwick, druggist. and does systematic, daily practicing. to tennis, golf Three persons wore sunstruck at She prefers billiards or even bicycling. 111. Louisville, Miss Gertrude Vanderbilt, who is NOTICE. a fino horsewoman, and generally I want every man and woman in the TJnltoJ of all outdoor sports, is States Interested in the Opium and Whisky appreciative habits to have one of my books on these dis- also familiar with the delights of eases. Address B. M. Woolley, Atlanta, Go spinning balls over green baize; but Vox 882, and one will be sent you free. she is not thought to be particularIt is always best to commence har ly enthusiastic, in spite of tho fact vesting in good season so as to allow that the Vanderbilt billiard room is for at least reasonable accidents. one of the finest in tho city. Mrs. Fred Gebhard acquired her Harvest Excursions. skill as a billiard player at her In order to give everyone an opporformer homo in Baltimore. tunity to see the grand crops in the Mrs. Herman Oelrich owes her Western states and enablethe intend- clever game to her husband's skillful ing pettier to secure a home, the Chi- coaching. cago, J2ilwai,kee & St. Paul K'y has Anotirer fashionable woman who ai ranged to run a series of harvest excels i the ever popular pastime excursion, to South and North Dakota, and to other states in the West, is Mrs. Nicholas Fish. Mrs. Fish Northwest and Southwest on the fol- has her billiard room fitted up in lowing dates: July 21, August d and tho coziest possible fashion and fre18, September 1, 15, 26 and October 6 quently serves tea there to tho exand 20, at the low rate of two dollars perts with whom she enjoys matchmore than one fare for the round trip. ing her skill, or to tho novices whom TieketB will be good for return on any she is fond of aiding in their efforts Tuesday or Friday within twenty to rival Slosson and Daly. days from date of sale. For raies, Other women who are known as time of trains and further detajls ap- - billiard players as well as beauties to any coupon ticket agent in the Mrs. Burke-Eochlast or South, or address J. G. Ever- and social leaders are: Mrs. Cooper Hewitt, Mrs. est, General Traveling Passenger Agent, 95 Adams street, Chicago, 111. Frederick Brokaw, Mrs. Ogden Mills and Mrs. Whitelaw Reid. In Paris, An old and experienced farmer says where tho game is popular and that, next to cloven, peas and beans thoroughly understood, Mrs. Reid are the best fertilizing crops. was considered a player of rare PBCtfAstROP LAXATIVES three weeks .tblrd Monday in May terra two weeks; first Mondayln September term three CKfiJsilAN. Fourth Monday In February teraistxweeM'Flra Monday in 'Jnne-teilourtwecVs ; Fourth Monday In Sepkeniberi-ten- n six weeks. Callow ay. Second Monday In April term thre weeks ;F1t Monday in August term twokweeks: Second-Mondain November ternf three weeks. two 1ra.S. First Monday la May-jtc- nn August-iterrMonday twT weiS'! Aflrst Vnnrlnv InCiif.iVA n . -- .. ratWeCS ICIlil tWO IV WVWVHJ 4UI UQJffcCAUUCA'--m y 1.- -1 1 . -- rru e f J tesJRffls Care All Liver Ills. 5 r J'K r Tijjjenty Years Proof. .manaserstto supply thoemand. has Jed at times to the extension of th'at remdjk into an assertion that every graduating class in the technical schools is snapped up at once. As English capital, operating mines in this country arid in Africa, is perhaps the most in evidence in tlie mining industry, it is commonly said that the EnglislfftTeV dre doing ihls or doing that, land Khp statement has.bden rr1adouutt''.thQ BriVisJi ..mm-in- g for Bnfants and Children. i " Ttttos'LiverPills keep the bow plsih natural motion and cleanse 1KP theteystem of all impuritiesjArf absolute cure for sick headache, $! dvsneosia. sour stnmaph. rnn stipation and kindred diseases. "San't'do Without them" Smith, Chilesburg, Vacwrirps rlnn'r tnow hmv I PAiild T ..l.rKEi,Mi-l-.-t.-V.btr- RP. itsic..1 m1. T T iW .ivpr diftp.a?ft fnr nvpr twpnfv haw hitd , years. Am'now entirely cured: Tutt's Liver Pills T oUISVILLE, ST. LOUIS & TEX J AS RiTr.TOAV WEST BOUND NO. 63. Daily. 0 7 No. Dally 51 am $60,000 place. The graduate of a mining school Is 12 07 pm not ready to tako the direction of a 12 51 p m 1 15 p m mine. It is accepted among mine No. 64 owners in these days of scientific No. 62. , Dally. Do'ly mining that book knowledge is eseast bound , 720am 265pm sential to the satisfactory operation Lv. Henderson 7 48am 310pm Spotfville . 8 27 a m 8!5pn of a mine, but it has to be suppleOvransboro 907am 4S2pm mented by an Lewlsport.. actual, practical work80am 453pm Hawesvllle 9 57 am 517pm Cloverport ing knowledge of the mining indus10 18 a m 6 85 p m Stephensport 1100 610pm Irvington................ 1128 am 6 89pm try, which can only be obtained by am Brandenburg .......... 12 05 p m 7 10 p m active, persistent and intelligent laWest Point.., ....... 1 OO.p'm 8 00 p m bor in the fields and under ground. Ar. Louisville So the graduato has something to do For further Information, addressP , H. C.,M0BPUX.,A. Q A Ky. , beforo'ho is prepared to offer himself , Louisville. or . , W.L. Mills, as a competent mine managerv Some ',-- i Owensboro.Xr. os graduates ' seek work in offices or with other engineers, some in the' CLARENCE HARRIS. CHA8. CATLETT. mines. After this they are on the CATLETT HARRIS, 'plane,'5 if "they'have been diligent and & 1038 Brandenbuig ........ 8 58 p m Irvington..... Stephensporl.. 918pm Cloverport 9 4tpm Hawesvllle 10 08 p m Lewlsport 10 48 pm Owensboro 1181 Spotsvllle ..., ...'.. 11 65 p m pm Ar. Henderson Lv. Louisville. West Point 50pm 7 .Sam 20pm 840 am 766pm 9 Ham 8 20pm 040am 10 18 y m everybody in sightt Iti is added that the pay is biir, as the field is great, fend- 'andrvQyinstoco some remuneration owuiun "inese fortunate graduates is found in the experFence of John Hays Hammond, wh6, ,Ji isjsaitl, receives $G0JO0O a ' yeav, tih-..- "" Rments are misleading. ZTli1! It is"unquesti6nably (ruo "that there nrr tiqt ghough Competent mine managers to supily7tiioJ'SemajSa But authorities! coptroyertflid'as? berilon itittt the graduates of the teqhnical sphools immediately find tempting pjafces Aaitin'g'f ortheirv in' he fields of practical work.- It is' true "that men" of the ability of John Hays Hammond can command very 'large' salaries for their services in manaeing mines, but Mr. Hammond, when he went to Africa-fo- r SGO.OOO, had already shown his capability and won a high reputation in the United States. Hois a graduate of Yale, but ho did not step from the university n into the companie3are grabbing off Jthe t 41 ex-S- t. is unquestionably the peat remedy for Infanta and Children tho world has ever known. It la harmless. Children Hlro It. It trlve them health. It will aavo their lives. In 'it Rfotliora have something which i ahsolntely afo and practically perfect aa a 'child's medicine. Caatoria destroys Worms. " v" "" " Caatoria allay Feveriahnega. Caatoria prevonta vomiting Soar Card. Caatoria onrea Diarrhoea and "Wind Colto. Caatoria reliovoa Teething Trophic. Caatoria enroa Constipation and Flatnlonoy. Caatoria nentralltes tho effects of carbonic acid gaa or poiaonona air. Caatoria dooa not contain morphine, opitim, or other narootio property. Caatoria aasimilatoa tho food, regulates .ho stomach and ho well, giving itwaithy and natoral sleep. bottles only. It ia not sold in bnlk. Caatoria la pnt up in ono-aiDon't allow any ono to sell yon anything elso on tho plea or promise that it la "Jnat aa good" and "will answer every purpose." zo X It HIRTY yaora otterratioa of Castor! srith the patronage- of mllllona of peraoni, permit n to poah of It without guessing. salt-rheu- See that yon pet Tho BJgnatnro of fao-sim- ilo WtS f fa on every wrapper. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. H05m 11 28 m hi ay IDid You (Formerly with Forbes Bro.) aVPAPER- HANGERS. "We have concluded to go liilo bus--- PAINTERS and iness for ourselves and offer our services to the public at the moBt reas onable prices raper Hanging a specialty. All work guaranteed. f Leave orders at Gus Young's. Telephone 84-- rings. 2 J If not sold privately before that time, I will on Monday, September.7th.1690, sell at public Bfc auction, at the court uoutfe aoor, in uopicins JvlilCyforthe purpose of a division ,ol the ... ...... .k . . . l "SBf '.icres OI nne mruni'K muu, siiuuku iu Todd county Ky., 2$ miles south of alrvlew, and 6 miles from the Louisville and Nashville Kallroaa , at Pembroke, and being the farm formerly owned iyjJ. Downer, deceased. This farm Is In a high state of cultivation, over 00 acres of it being good tillable land, balance In timber. It has a large, good dwelling hoube on it. well. cistern, two barns.stable, corncrlb, and all other necessary nil heinu in cood itateof repair. Title perfect. Possession to be given January 1st. If97, with the right to the purchaser, to seed a crop of wheat this fall. when Terms: two notes, I in equal amounts, due respectively January it&9, bearing 0 per ilst.leOS.and January let, cent, interest per annum, from January 1st, llbW, until paid, with leln retained on the land ito- secure the payment oL same. Purchasers twill be prepared to comply strictly with these a,xri":f" Sale. perms. . . ,. . . . For furtner in,iormauou ujjpiy vu : JPW. C6WHEBT Executor of B. Downer, dec i WiM Are you bilious, constipated or well as skill, and he must bo equal troubled with, jaundice,, sick. headto' the task of managing men, too. mouth, foul breath, "To.becomo a successful mine ache, bad taste in dyspepsia, indigescoated tongue, manager?! the same observer says, tion, hot dry skin, pain in back and f "three qualitiesare requisite: First, between the shoulders, chills and fethere must bo endurance, and an ac- ver, etc. If you have any of these curate judgment of human naturo symptoms, your liver is out of order, must accompany scientific, ability. ' ' and your blood is slowly being -w ' jNr Y. Sun. poisoned, because your blood does not act properly. Herbine will cure Illinois Nicknames. any disorder of the liver, stomach or liver equal as bowels. Illinois has two nicknames. It medicine. It has no 75 cents. a Free Price REXDALE HERD of Berkshire hops and was early called "Prairie State," trial bottle at R. C. Hardwick's drug Southdown sheep. 3 nice year old bucks besides lambs and pigs of both sexes. Write from the character of its laud, which store. your wants, or better, inspect my herd, in most quarters is a rolling pairie. M.B Kino, Newstead; Jfvir ' " 'It Va3" nicknamed thV"Sucker The fruit from a banana tree averto forty pounds btate, , from the fact tbaV early ages from thirty-fiv- e , weight in a season. "Hopkinsvflle, Kentuckyr dj, l havsjjliiatural ability, where they are likely to receive big offers to' go and take charge of mining properties. There are good mine managers who are not college graduates, but those of them who are not nabobs, the product of an earlier and less utilitarian day, are not the ones who are making $60,000 "a year to start In on', although sometimes they may have Jgood salaries. And they are not . the -- ones who are making .their .million or million and a half of dollars. The graduate who goes out to a mine is likely to be looked on at first as something of a hothouse growth and has gpt to bring the stores of 'liis intellect to bear upon the practical problems of the day's task and play ono against the other to equip himself for the place of master. His technical knowledge of formations must enable him, as an observer among the mines of two continents says; to make a good guess at the lay of a vein-- , and his experience must enable him to make surveys under ground as well as upon the surface. If he is to bo manager, he .must bo able to do a., given piepo. of work as welljaitao besV'of his work-men, See "Wlijat? WHY It? e, THOSE PRETTY Mr. C. D. Yonker, druggist of Bowling Green, Ohio, in Bpeaking of Chaimberlain's Cough Remedy, says. "I Jake pleasure in recommending it to my customers, for I am certain it will always please them, I sell more of it than all other kinds put together." For sale by R. C. Hardwick, druggist. Now is a good time to renovate the orchard and fill the vacant place with good rarieties of trees. A Sound Liver Makes a well-know- n andhris!'irnpHes strength as a Well Jinn. Among the younger belles, although they as a rulo rather incline to outdoor sports, there is a goodly contingent who are famous for their skill and grace at tho billiard table. Miss Amy Bend, one of the duchess of Marlborough's bridesmaids, is an excellent player; also Miss Corbin the and Miss Louise Kissam, daughter of tho bauker. Tho fact that billiards is a game requiring nimble wit, a ready response of muscle to brain, and suppleness of physique, rather than brawn and powers of endurance, particularly recommends it to womankind as an exercise at onco healthful and becoming. A Nice ability. GREEN :m:-a:d:- e: DAGG -E- STABLISHED IN 1852 SAMUEL HODGSON, Importer and Manufacturer of- Distinction. if E YOOH PHOTOdBAPHS M.ADE At WYBRffNf'S NEW STUDIO,1 i v No. 5S0 Fourth Avenue, ouisville, "Viiw' u Ky-" CTD 'I rei ;"' NB IPL TCH ?)SWAYNE'Sv. BTMI'XOMS-Motnlu- mnUmtnlgfall worse by MrateMac. IT lUislizlCm .antl.B. InnM. a.m ..oil hkm.mhs fillaw.Ml LloMMiiet tliwrbi the tumor. Sold by drmjliu or br 11 Ux W cu. rityuti b U . B 4 Sew, emiitiabli-wi UIH I R1CI1 aubolotblt ctsssa.Intense Iteatav mn1 ti For sale by R. C. Hardwick. Ilr. Kollock In Nashville, They soop .'learned from the Indians Regular Graduate an t 'pgUtered Physician . how to satisfy their thirst, for pro- Formerly Assutnutsui0v 'ii U S. avy,atter-warArmy, and Post &ugen U . Precedence of Roy; Ladies. ceeding to a low place in the prairie Surgeon British Marine s en1ee, with later they would search for crawfish holes years' experience as physleii'ii at Hot Springs" Among women the order of preEndorsed by the"Encc itxudlaBrltan-!cs,into which they inserted 'a long Ark. Vol. X. page 135. the " jiiue-- t and most cedence in the royal family of Great in the world. alargo straw, and sucked up the water be- important woik each the slzeof buji.Rln church Britain is on this wise: Tho queen, volumes, ive neath. Such, at least, is tho story Bible. He Is noted as the discoyerer of the the princess of Wales, tho princesses, afpcclfic for told and explanation given of the actlveprinclpals of geUeminum, neuralgia of the face ami daughters of the sovereign, the tarrh, SyshJIK Lost Manhood and ueneral nickname. over Debility. The Doctor has beenen upthe world princesses and duchesses, who are by other and has made many cures pl wives of the sovereign's sons, vtho I should' take, the human physicians. Vendome Building. sovereign's granddaughters, the to it, it would be heart and listen In saying seed corn this fall, select wives of tho grandsons of the sovlike listening to a sea shell; vou two or more ereign, tho sisters of tho sovereign, would hear in it tho hollow murmur from stalks which have good ears. the wives of the sovereign's brothers, of tho infinite ocean to which it bethe aunts of tho sovereign and wives longs, from which it draws its For all sorts of good literature on inspiration, and for which Florida, Cuba and Jamaica write to of tho sovereign's uncles. it yearns. Chapin.r w;Wrenn,P.T. M., Plant Sys- i SmaH Scales. ' tern, Savannah, Ga. Tho fiiner ear is sometimes de Brook "trout, like other members nominated tho" ccehlea,.'from'its're2: j Clover reqmres'at least a, week, and of'tho salmon family, have 'small, ' " r !! 1411 ' ill Ks seiuuiiiuco W tt SDUU bUL'U. frequently more to cure properly. thin scales. d The archbishop of Canterbury is primate of all England, and therefore takes precedence of the archbishop of York, who is only "Primate of England." This very nice distinction was mado several cenTennesspe. Clarksville,- turies ago on account of a very bitter dispute arising between tho two EEPMr. F. M. WniTLow, cf Hopkinsville, Ky., is my solicitor. functionaries as to which should precede the other. The matter was settled by conferring precedence upon the archbishop of Canterbury, the Fortwo titles being also bestowed at the same time. laii i I'll itnii, w i; TABLETS, ETC. to I twenty-r- WIest SGMent h Streer.. FRUIT Down MASON'Sand Halves, JARS, Quarts Low HEIjSTZS' PICKLES, Catsups, Meat irig, etc., at Dottom Prices Call and see meH-oc- A:. P'Fool CAJsnsnur) goods, cheap. W. Dress- - pro-founde- st Arlington Hotel. REASONABLE BATES. Corner 12th and Main Streets jfBARji J Louisyill9, Ky. ' HOT 'AND COLD BATHS 4 A ". 'j.' BARBER SHOP V w.4i mmiiStiifSSSSeei f;t l v "d r T PUBLISHED fttfliHifiiUb gUnfttckiau. 1UE3BIT Mil FRIDAY I0UUGS CHAS. M. MEACHAM. CB8CRIPTI0N $2 A YKAR IN ADVANCE. Bates lor branding on appllcitlou. ocl reading notices) cents per line. SiclalLop'i 5 cent Hue each lusertlon. adveriUe.ueuts tarnished OFf ICE 212 SOOTH MAIN hfREET. TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1896. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. BMiiaMMHMHIMI 3. X FOR PRESIDENT, .JWILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, '" KS5 OF NEBRASKA. rt FOR j. ARTHUR SEW'ALL, DEMOCRATIC ELE0T0RIAL TICKET. State Jas. P. Tarvin, Kentou. at large j W.B. Smith, Madison. First J. C. F ournoy, Fulton. Second C. W Bransford, Daviess. Third Ed B. Drake, Allen. Fourth Gus Brmvn, Breckinridge, Sixth Harvey M yers, Kenton. Seventh W. P. Kimball, Fayette. Eighth L. H. Carter, Anderson. Ninth W. G. Ramsey, Bath. Tenth T. J Wh1I, Morgan. Eleventh Henry Beauchamp, Metcalfe. v Fifth Wallace McKay, Jefferson. SOMEWHAT EXPLANATORY. Certaiu parties, smarting under the 'defeat of Judge Bishop, have had a good deal to say on the streets of Hopkinsvillo about the. conduct of Messrs. Meachaua and Wilgus, two of Judge Yeainan'a delegates in Chris tian county, who voted for Judge White iu pursuauco of Judge plan to force the withdrawal of Judge Bishop, in order to secure his own nomination. These gentlemen have not realized yet that Judge managers were trying to nominate Ye imau and not White, and that his vote was throwu to White, as was done on the 17th ballot the night before, to conviuce Bisiiop that he was out of the race and ought to withdraw to prevent White's nomination. If Judge Bishop's delegates failed to eee this and thought Yeaman had voluntarily abandoned a race he still had a chance to win, the fau t was due to their lack of political astuteness. The Yeaman delegates from Christian voted in Yeamau's interest, as they had been instructed to do, and not that they personally preferred White to Bishop. When Bishop's friends failed to eee the object of the Yeaman managers in voting for White, the convention took, a recess until a diagram could be drawn for their benefit. Then with an if spirit, they let the nominatiou go to Judge Bishop's lifetime rival rather than aid the man Judge Bishop personally preferred. We take occasion also to add in this connection that the talk about the Yeaman delegates from Christijn county being on the dele-- ' gation as a matter of "courtesy" is from those ignorant of the facts or reckless in haudliug the truth. The three delegates representing Yeaman were appointed under a written agreement made July 23. before the conventions, under which a pro rata division was to be made of the vote in Christian county, each side to act independently of the other. This contract was signed by the managers of both candidates in Christian county and witnessed in legal form by Judge Bishop's personal representative and afso by the gentleman iu whose office the writincr was drawn up. The proposition to "prorate" came from Judge Bishop's friends, though negotiations for a compromise had been pending several days. It became evident to the friends of Dr. Clardy, early in the canvass, that the contest for Bishop in Dr. Clardy'a own county would have a serious bearing upon Dr. Clardy's race in Judge Yeaman'B county. As the campaign progressed and it became evident that the county was in doubt, and Dr. Clardy's opponent began to make an active ., canvass of the district, his friends saw real danger iu the complication, and made proposition after proposition to prevent the interests of Dr. for Clardy from being sacrificed Bishop's benefit. Many friends p, Judge t&pt Dr. Clardy among the Bishop men Jtf'paw the danger and were disposed to Yea-man- 's Yea-mau- 'a compromise matters. The first was pi give Yeaman first and Bishop ftocond' instructions. This would have insured Bishop's nomination as it turned out, but the prop- Prove the merit of Hood's Sarwpartlla posiPre-emptoosition was rejected and one offered tive, perfect, permanent Cures. by the Bishop meu to divide the Cures of scrofula In severest forms, like goitre, swelled neck, running sores, hip o ;unty equally, the survivor to take disease, sores In the eyes. the whole. After some consideration Cures of Salt Ithcum, with its Intense Itching and burning, scald head, tetter, etc. the Yeaman aide decided to accept Cures of Bolls, Pimples, and all other erupthis proposition aud the details were tions due to Impure blood. ta ked over and practically agreed Cures of Dyspepsia rtnd other troubles where a good stomach tonic was needed. upon and for some days both sides Cures of Rheumatism, where patients were unbelieved the struggle had ended. But able to work or walk for weeks. new managers came to the front on Cures of Catarrh by expelling the Impurities I sustain the the Bishop sire and negotiations Cures which cause and by properly disease.and of Nervousness toning were declared off and once more Bishfeeding the nerves upon pure blood. op's advisers robbed him of what Cures of That Tired Feeling by restoring strength. Send for book of cures by !L-would have been a certain victory. A few days later Judge Bishop sent a personal representative from his own we bought this season, we have decided to close out the remaining; straw goods district to advise the acceptauce of the last proposition and again the Yeaman managers expressed a willingness to harmonize aud divide the To C. I. Hood St Co.. Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. county, Judge Yeaman having conHats go at Hats go at -are the best sented to the arrangement. This flood S FillS plUs, aid digestion, sac Hats go at Hats go at -agreement was again thwarted by Hats go at Hats go at some influence not made" known and the movement will accomplish just the pro rata division offered instead. what its Dromotera do not want it to The first proposition provided for a do. Iu this district, it is a notorious 1 cessation of JIL work Ihe substitute f was tc baa fight to a finish, each side ;0f Democrats have made up their to get all the votes it could. By minds to vote for McKinley, just as methods vrell known to'all, the Bish- they voted for Bradley against Harop men succeeded in capturing 9 of din. Every vote of this kind counted the 12 votes of the county, and the two votes against the regular Demoterms of the contract Here carried cratic nominee. But with a third SPECIAL LOCALS out in the convention, some remarks candidate on the ticket, the disconKil about courtesy, fairness, gratitude, tented will Hock under that banner, Senators, Congressmen, Judges, tal Km v profit indi- great Lawyers, Professors, ALL proetc., being indulged in by both aides, and McKinley will only J rectly from au alliance that at one nounce the i. w. n&CTER. "tthiscet, suaud the convention adjourned igno-rau- t succee-o- perior to the finest French Brandy. of the real facts and the reasons time seemed to endanger the tho Chicago ticket in this city and The leading physicians prescribe it Sell Rigtfxfc Goods that prompted the unusual "cour- State. Louisville Critic. on account of its- - purity. tesy" to Judge Yeaman. This history W. R. LONG. For sale by of the matter will throw some light Wr. Clardy's Quicks Movements. H02KIN3WLIB, AT. We: mafcs a specialty of on a suojeci mat nas Been misrepreDr, Clardy's hustling qualities dur Zti Dissolution. sented industriously and in some ing the last week of the campaign exThe firm of Pvle & Renshaw has cases willfully. The loss of Hender- cited the admiration of his friends. tils day been dissolved bj muiuai son count to Dr. Clardy shows that He made almost a complete circuit consent. F. P. Renehaw retiring. the situation was correctly under- of the district, leaving behind him an A, W. Pyle will cohducbthe busiiaessami.' will gjve you satisfaction stood by Judge Yeamau's friends in organization that could not be shaken at the oid stand. ivho assaults of his eaemies, All pejsons indebted to Pyle & this'couuty and many of Dr. Clardy's by the attempted to slipup on him. Agents for the: leading Sewing Alia vain y d Renshaw will do well to cooie p friends now see the danger they ex-- Leaving Hopkinsville on Monday he chines. Also,carry full stock Supplies busi at oace jsed their own candidate to,not only went bj noon and ness must be and settle. The of settled, Eithejr iu Henderson but in other counties back tne same evening to Hanson, write- you a receipt with pleasure. Eaciy of the district. Judge Bishop owes where he spent the night. Hi uiuu m sua wiso Tuesday he returned to Madisouville, A W. PLB, his defeat to the fact that he carried that evening went to Earlington and EiLB. REN6QA-WChristian county. Had he asked for back to Madisouville aud the satn second instructions only, as Judge uierht went to Provideuce. Wednes The nik session. ofrHopkoaswilta White did in Webster 'and JJniou day morning he was back ih.Madisonr and1 at 9:30' for boysNh School, lor young, men. LS9&. .ville and left in a buggy will open August 2dlhi. counties, he would have fared Abetter Dalton 20- miles away, rom there-h- 'TtfAiussMn Jl.. . vm .. W ft taAtln .v A in the end. He was unfortunate in went to Charleston 10 miles, then xiul. uniua. w uati uu. ui auuicsn J.' Qi FEHREnn." Jive milesito Dawson yfhere he spent having bad advisers. Hopkins villa;, K"F weanesaay. tne uignt x'nursaay to Henderson and morning Caraker Mustard Sardines at 7c per box ArmaDdjSardirie in 10i For Rent FvI89,. The Paducah Register and Visitor the same evening turned up at Pretty Soap.-i- cakefor 8 for 25c. wood 'Washboards for 20c. are very sore over the defeat of Judge stopped an hour and then, A vml improved farm, situa tad; ne-Be9t Strip Bacon, 7, Tgand 8HJr iiest Uottou Mop 'Jiia Bishop, and have a good deal to say back to Henderson, where he remain EDerndoD. Kt., knowa.astbeBBn,Gbl&- - Best Country Lard, 7, 7J and 81b, Quart Tin Cans 35c dozsn. ccops-about "treachery," ' violation of in- a few hoursiand ran up to a Owensbo-r- jman. place. 50 acres Delivery at all Hours, iu the afternoon, made speech at SP'acre& structions," etc., in discussing the ac- night and returned oh the uigHt train plnffor Jor .wheat and 60 aoras-fn. lineO. T?nr TirtinMlrn-nrnlv-r tion of the Yeaman delegates from to Madisonville by 5 a. in., havihgr jSv Coexmax, Beunettstown, K.J, oc JL Christian county. The only instruc- been up all night. Early Saturday, (It Cxdoce, Julien, Ky. ran out to Hanson, KlTCHITN'S OIiD STAND. tions given delegates in this county morning fixed his fences there and came back-tRenttSFor,189X For were embodied in the following resoMadisouville in time to meet andi i lutions adopted by the convention: dwelling and 15 or 20iacnes of preThe vanquish in every, Will acceptndlerfr-tUUlo0103 GUARANTEED. deposit money In bank- until jposllioa 'Resolved, that twelve delegates cinct there. Flushed with victory, he land where the late Dr. Dan. Collins. aud twelve alternates be appointed took the 4 o'clock train, arrived' here jived in Bennettstown. On this- - lindi tlon. Enter at any time. Cheap board. Sendlfcr a UbtstrmUd cata'lozue. . Mentlon'this oanei by the chair to r cast the votes o j at 5:29, found his buggy waiting aud b a good store room and allinecessary Nosliviila, Christian county in the district con- drcra to Newstead in time- to talle njrtUiilf?inij fnr n Himfarhililn homfl. Draupn's - 'Also another storehousein. Bennetts- tun vention, and that nine (9) of said del- supper withi his family. If any canPranW town. Apply to Mrs. Dr. unnnss or egates shall represent Judge W. S. didate ever made a better record as-texarkana, Tei, Booklet sonlnir. Pamnanshln. Shnrthnnd. TvnewHflndt Bishop and three (3 shall represent hustler iu this end of Kentucky, we P. E. Shebbill. Benuettstown, Ky. The most thorough, jrl. traeiictal and Amperes xtva ftrfwtt.rtf ft... felnriTn tUnw.u .T.tmfv .&'.... tzxHtmes In the South. Jceoe Malcolm Yeaman, asd shall cannot now recall him to mind'. indorsed) by baokersk. in trchants. ministers, and othent. Wnnr vrrrl, In hi- ,oVkprln I, iwKfAMifli to twelve weeks by the. old lan. Their President is aulfciwef" nranphrm' TCruvM,m nrut.uu be so instructed to vote, each side ;t In flnv other school. Incr," which cannotoe ta All philanthropic people tho world INDEPENDENT OF THE OTHER, with nO & If we cannot y U fllT U U stenographers, received In thej astshow ntare vrhttn appUcatlorar for bookkeepers and unit rule prevailing except by mutual over, who are studyiug problems for twelvemoKtki. than anv othecflve the South, all comivtedV can show toinave receired in the post Jivejears. We eapend more in agreement of all of the delegates to the prevention of poverty as well as money in the Interest of oar k:mpiuvmeni ejnnienr man any omer uus. uoilsge lft Term, takes as be appointed. The alternate for each its relief,. v HI b interested in.tnelead1-in- g tuition, S500".QO Amount we have deposited In bank as a rnarantee thatwe have.in.the tsasthi filled, ta will lit the fiiture fulfill, our guarantee contracts. H0M8 STUDVi Spearticle in Demorest's Magazine for cooking- and baling Wff have oremred. delegate shall be named in the same especially for home studv. books on Boo!iiuceepins:, bhorthand and Penmanship, Write for price list. them cial inducements offareJ. All way, and in case the principal is ab- for August, which takes Prof. Draughon I now have a grocery com sent the alternate representing him "Hull House," the centre of that teijjhortltaui beautiful social settlement work- in- stoves arc put in and guaranshall take his place." teed by It is explained elsewhere that there augurated in Chicago isby Miss-The article very fully il- HOPKINSSILlE(MS& LIGHTwas no "courtesy" in this division. It lustrated and gives valuable informaING was a matter of business, based on a tion concerning the class- - and club contract proposed by Bishop's friends. work, with their In great variety, both staple and. very fancy goods have "just1 arrived and beneficent infl'uencef. which have Under that contract thirteen-forty- entered far beyond the most Bangutne and are now open for inspection. ninths of 12 votes went to Yeaman, hopes of the founders. The Bar. Julius H. Ward, of Bosmaking 3 and votes, Everyone who will take, the trouble a highly interesting; ton, JaoY?01o0y 3) but in tho division the fraction was to cut out this notice-anLvL1l$!L) forward it, with ten cents, to the address below, paper on the late- Harriet Beecher taken from him on a threat of a conHas" the best assortment and finest quality of goods, ever brought to this city imr.ine iiugusi Jttrum. test in the Lafayette precinct. In or- will receive a sample copy of Dem- oiowe orest's Magazine, coalmining a Pat- comprehensive estimate of her career, der to promote entire "harmonv.'" tern Order which entitles the holder her position in lit&ratuie, her moral Fits this was reluctantly agreed to by to anv pattern illustrated in any num- aim in short, an analysis of wJiat mit I Reasonable Yeaman's friends, rather than to ber of the Magazine published dur- went to the making of this gaeat ing the last twelve months, at the writs. make a contest before the district Geo. A. Clark, Tfce Artistic Cutter, is manager, and invites all of uniform price of four cents each; and bis old customers to call and Examine the stock before placing orders. convention. Ibv'a This. frequently over thirtv patterns are ilWe offer $100 dollar reward for any lustrated in one number, thus af4, THE BENEFITS OF A THIRD TIGEBT. fording an almost unlimited variety case of catarrh that cannot be cured to select from. Demorest's is publish- by Hall's Catarrh Cure. There are two reasons why the ed for S2 a year, by the Demorest F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Louisville Democrats who are at the Publishing Company, 110 Fifth. We the undersigned havft known F. head of this Third ticket movement, avenue, JNew rork. J. Cheney for the laHt 15 years, and will succeed in naming a new candi believe him perfectly honorable in all Some Gueaae on the Weather. finanOpens date on a gold platform. In the first 10th, 189G. We may expect much warmer his business transactions and obligacially able to carry out any Courier-Journa- l afplace, the Instruction, is provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical can not , weather this week than for the past tions made by their firm, Civil Engineering, Classics, Normal School Work and in three Scien- ford to go over to the Republicans three days, with a tendency to local West & Truax, Wholesale druggists, iauu uuraus oi study, viz: Chemical, Biological and Mathematical. body and soul, and must have a cush- showers. This state of weather will Toledo, 0. County appointee receive tuition, matriculation, room rent, fuel aud & Marvin, Wholeion somewhere to keep the old lady likely continue into next week. Fol- Walding, Kinnan ngnts tree. County appointees who remain tnn onnsficntivft months or nna lowing this up for a few days we may . - sale druggists, Toledo, Ohio. ,.,. i on tho corner from completely but.v i" have a slight cool wave, but the hotHall's Catarrh vCure is .aken yvai aiso receive trn wling expenses. Unnrr! tn T"inrmifnrw S2.25 per , week; ting out her foolish brains. In the test of the u i'.iiuid lauiiitotj t.VA SO C4.UU. season, if the weather internally, acting directly upon the second place, there must be an occa- prognosticators are not off on their blood and mucous surface of the sys- ,. For catalogues and other information, address, sion for the defunct politicians, cross- calculations. Look out for the mer- tem. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold James K. Patterson, Pli. ., UL,. ., President, roads lawyers, corporation attorneys cury to reach J100 for eight or ten by all druggist. Testimonials free. LEXINGTON, KY. Hall's family pills are the best. and the little fellows who crawl on all days of this month. Earthquakes and storms are also among the proLa fours when the banks press the but- bilities. Tho leading article in the August Union County Fair. ton, to hold meetings, write resoluFor Sale or Rent. Forum will be contributed by Mr. Account of above fair the 0. V.Ry. Struck by Ushtulng. Charles S. Gleed, of Topeka, Kan. It tions and make speeches. These are The Mrs. L, J. Fletchertarm naar Oak Grove, Two mules and a fiue young horse N entitled Mr. Qodkin in the West: will sell tickets to Uniontown and the only valid excuses why there Ji mllo from pike", is offered for sale ou reasonbelonging to the Knight brothers,near A Protest" and is a ou August 4th to 8th inclu- able terms. Will aUo consider propositions but should be a third platform. the city, were killed by lightning late spirited reply to certain remarks about sive at one fare for round trip. Re- from deslnble renters or share oroppors. The Critic will welcome this new Saturday evening during a thunder the West made by Mr. Godkin in his turned limited Aug. Apply for further luformatloa to' 8th.' Miss Altuba Flstohbe, aspirant for political honors becauaa storm, article in the May Forum. ' "' E. M. Sasawood, Agt, . ' ' , OaGrovo.Ky. prop-osition Cures 1 1 3 ry HATST STRAW Straw Hats Owino: to tlie fact that there is "but few I I Sale of t i 1 W' Hood's i Sarsaparilla after-dinn- i 3 50c 75c Enormous Left from the Stock rAt HALF PRICE) 1.25 25c 1 .50 40c 50c $2.00 Cltetfring and i i i $1.00 IJ1- 75c 1 .00 SSc i C r et-tbs- H: 21 3n riariiiiiULii WfWfW Shoe Company f MtoWWdMfMMkfWMWM Grazes & Condy, if at Right Prices. 1 ii Repairing for-wai- us-,wi- 1 if: r 1WtW9WWWfMWQ$N1 So-ULtiLaain- i m e iTwyman & Baker? 203 selliri.gr. :ETo. u " 1 I Bt axe he-we- Mot-ganfiel- dr & r o for-plo- r lie-agai- n TWYMAN & BAKER. o POSfflQNS n fe. a I BtnlM-wtnlt-i- Ail- as-it- s J&ae-Addams- C. endless-ramification- s SPRING SUITINGS! pQ Guaranteed at Prices has-Writte- n ini "'' NO. MAIN STREET, UP STAIRS. Th State College of Kentucky Sptmber Engia-eering- good-nature- d 7W.vt,i ,b it H -a Vj. 3? fapitntmlit btntutkim. SEA MOSSES. Pleasant and Instructive Occupa tion at the Seaside. Ono of the pleasantcst seashore occupations is ths collecting and mounting ot the "ocean's (lowers." The process is very simple and easily accomplished, if ono goes .at it rightly, and can havo the pa- tienco to be particular to tho ex- "tfpreme of preciseness. Tho parapher--I A sea-weed- WHITE THE WINNER Continued from First Page BEEVTTIES OF FOH. s, publicans. fine stump Bpeaker and will make an active canvass of the district. He is very popular with all parties and in addition to his own party will get the populist vote solid in all the Pur chase counties as well as many ReYeaman and Clardy, v5l.nalia or outfit necessary for the col lector is, first of all, suitable clothing for himself, as, in this work, one must not bo afraid of wettings. d A net attached to u long light pole, and a pall of some .kind, are all tho implements that arc ireally necessary for collecting. Tho .scientist would add sorao bottlo alcohol for preserving microscopic study; r'VPecImon9 talso ho would carry in his pail (some bottles for keeping the different species separate. The best time for collecting is at lhalf flood. When tho tido is flowing, mosses are more plentiful. The place for collecting is below The mark. Rocky shores, amall pools, especially if they aro irocky, old wharves and piers, are "usually good collecting grounds. INow and. than one-r- an findsomo very good specimens on tho beach; still, this is uncertain, it being only occasionally that they are washed ashore. As far as posslblo, uso nothing but with mosses. Should it bo impossible to obtain this in sufficient quantity, then make the .water salt by artificial means. 'When collecting, put the mosses in them there un'the waters-keepimouritfrdJjteJExperiencQ has shown til xuai mojawcaia,yariewes , cannot oe dried suceSSwuUy.lto. soakkout, and .mount afr "leisure. The larger, and tcoarser onds, liko devil's apron, it does no harm to (dry and soak out at will; at best these can only be pressed and mounted like flowers. Another very necessary point to be observed is that tho floating and mounting (should be done as soon as possible tafter collecting. Leaving them in soak over one night only has frequently jbeen sufficient to extract all their brilliancy of coloring, and in somo (coses has rotted them down small-meshecon-iaining fr large-mouthe- d ite low-wat- er The Henderson Gleaner was a friend to Dr. Clardy in the late fight in Henderson county. The Gleaner of Friday contained this paragraph: "Attention is called to a telegram n sent from Hopkinsville by Mr. exonerating Dr. Claroy from any blame for Christian county bavins: in structed her delegates for Judge Bishop. This cannot be tho excuse certain people have for wanting to defeat Dr. Clardy for a renomiuation. If it is, tho fight against him will now come to an ena. The following is the telegram referred to: Hopkinsville, Ky., July 31, 1896. W. J. Moore, Henderson, 3:15 p. m Ky. Dr. Clardy did what he could for me in Christian county and the movement against him in Henderson is not in my interest and is without my concurrence. Yea-ma- "Hasn't Mr. Sinrpktns proposed yet, daughter?" "No, mamma; I can,tt get him to talk about anything but'baseball. Record. "Why did he employ such pointed remarks?" "Well, I suppose ho found it hard to get his meaning through their heads. Detroit Tribune. Margaret "Don't you think Maude loved Charlie?" Ethel "No, dear; it is my firm belief that she only married him for his beautiful collection of striped outing shirts." Philadelphia North American. "Have you heard about young Molard? Ho has jtot walked off with 30,000 francs of his employer's money." "Hal hat the lucky rascal!" "Besides, he has bolted with your umbrella." "Of tho infernal scampi" Le Papillon. "Somebody," she faltered, "may como between us." His breast heaved. "Whoever would do such a thing he fiercely exclaimed, "would bo contemptibly small." And with that ho moved oven yet nearer to her. Woqnsocket Reporter. Girl "Will you do something for me, Mr. B.?" Mr. B "With pleasure, my dear Misa Good-Looking mtm?mwmwmmtwwtmmmmmm What's i s. 'V jj;?.v This??.:. ri f' ih Somethio Yny I A Tin. J !9' imr-- u t :u pea-wat- er ng rock-wee- ds I com-jpletel- y. ,A moderately thick, unglazed pa-Jpe- r,, iany kind may bo used if not too Ithin. Many procure cards from tho (photographer which aro j?8ry good. In mounting have at hand two dishes, with plenty of water; ono of ordinary size, in which the plants may bo floated ana washed, while tho other should bo largo enough to take in easily tho card to bo used. When the - moss is transferred to dish number two, place tho card lunderneatbj letting it rest on the palm of tho left band. ' Take an ordinary hat-pi- n in tho right h'and and gently work tho moss into, its natural position of growth, just as ono would arrange a plant for pressing. At the same time that this working-lou- t and arranging process is going ho left hand should bo busy pt011! II llf (manipulating tho card by various (fins Jinrl turnc on Hint n1inn l a finally drawn from, tho water the moss adheres in lifelike form. All the details iiro difficult to give in words. Experience and practice aro Itho best teachers. After the moss is in place and the card is taken out, incline it slightly, tnat tho water may run off entirely before "being put in press. Tho driers used in pressing should be of tsomo absorbent paper, liko tho pads used by tno botanist, or tho ordi nary blotting-papeTho cards are laid on this paper, with moss upper- roost, then 'covered with any tfiid wnito cloth from which all dressing ihos been previously removed, then another layer of paper, and so on to the end. On the top of all place a board weighted down with stones, tno amount 01 pressure oeing gov erned by tho quality of moss, tho icoarser varieties requiring more than tho finer, moro delicate ones. The majority of specimens will ad here to the 'paper naturally; still there aro somo that will require an extra fastening of mucilage. .The (driers should bo changed twico a iday until the cards aro dry, which Js .best, for mounting, although i ff, r. l In spite of this telegram the Hen- you would propose to me, so I may derson people, led by the Journal' crow over ray cousin. I promise I continued there fight against Clardy won't accept you. "Saturday Night. and defeated him in the county. Guest "Give me griddlo cakes with sirup, somo fried chicken, baked Dr. KoIIock In Nashville. Regular Graduate and Registered Physician . potatoes with coats on and a plato of Formerly Assistant Surgeon U. S. Navy, afterward Post Surgeon U. S. Army,, and later ice cream," Waiter (calling down Surgeon British Marine Service, with two tube) ''Batter at de plate slide! A years' experience aj physician at not Springs Ark. Endorsed by the''Encvo'op;edlaBrltan-lea,- " hot fowl tip off stuffed gloves and Vol. X, page IS!, the "largest andmost one umpiro in de N. Y. lmpottant work In the world." bfilncln ive volumes, each the slzeot a large church Bible. He Is noted as the discoverer of the Press. active principals ot gelsemlnum, a specific tor. Teacher "Thomas, I saw you neuralgia ot the face and womb. Cures catarrh. Syphilis, Lost Manhood and ueneral laugh just now. What were you Debility. The Doctor has been over the world "I was many cures given up by other laughing about?" Tommy and has made physicians. Vendome Building. just thinking about somothing." Teacher "You havo no business JAMES C. BLAINE ON SILVER. thinking during school hours. Don't Extract From a Speech Delivered lu the let It occur again." Philadelphia Inquirer. United States Senate, Feb. 7, 1878. "Mary," said the elderly farmer, "I believe that the struggle now going on in this country and in other "I 'spect you better have tho doctor " countries for a single gold standard in and have mo bled, er sum'h'm. "What is the matter weth you, would if successful, produce wide- Silas?" asked his spouse. "I think spread disaster iu and throughout I am about duo to buy another gold tho commercial world. The destruc- brick. I sorter feel it comln' on." tion of silver as money, and estab- Indianapolis Journal. lishing gold as the sole unit of value, The Court Jester has been smilmust have a ruinous effect on all ing again at some funny littlo sayforms of property except those in- ings of children. A small boy's vestments which yield a fixed return aunt interfered with somo cherished in money. Those would be enor"I don't liko you, mously enhanced in value, and would idea ho had. Aunt Minnie," he said; "an' if you gain a disproportionate and unfair advantage over every other speoles of don't let mo alone I'll save up my property. If, as the most reliable pottet money an' buy a tapir." "A statistics affirm, there is nearly seven what?" asked his aunt "A tapir'," "An' tapirs, billion dollars of coin or bullion in said tho small one. tho world, very equally divid- thay eat ant3." Town and Country ed betr.een gold and silver, "it is im- Journal.,, possible to strike silver out of exisTHE tence as money without results that will prove distressing to millions and .utterly disastrous to tens of thous- How the StatevVIrgtyla Got Its Three Nicknames. ands. "I believe gold and silver coin to be Virginia has been called tho the money of the constitution, indeed "Mother of Presidents," from tho the money of the American people fact that it has furnished seven anterior to the constitution, which men who aided to guide tho destithe great organic law recognized as nies of tho nation. It quite independent of its own exis- denominated tho "Oldhas also been Dominion," tence. No power was conferred on Congress to declare that either metal from a singular and littlo known should be money- - Congress has, historic incident. Being settled untherefore, in my judgment, no power der the auspices of cavaliers, tho to demonetize silver any more than to colony remained loyal to tho Stuarts, demonetize gold no power to de even during the Puritan revolution, monetize either than to demonetize and Cromwell is said to havo more both. Few persons can be found, I than onco been on the point of preapprehend, who will maintain that paring on expedition to sail to VirCongress possesses the power to de- ginia, and reduce to submission tho monetize both gold andsilver, or that rebellious colonists. Not long beCongress could be justified in prohibiting the coinage of both, and yet fore tho accession of Charles H. to in logic and legal construction it the throne of his fathers the Virwould bo difficult to show where and ginians sent a deputation to tho exwhy the power of Congress over sil iled prince, inviting him to como to ver is greater than over gold greater the new world and become king of over either than over the two. If, Virginia; and, according to this story, therefore, silver has been demonetiz- ho is reported to havo been on the ed, I am in favor of remonetizing it. point of sailing when ho received an If its coinage has been prohibited, I invitation to tho throne of England. am in favor of ordering it to be re- As tho story goes, in gratitude for sumed. If it has been restricted, I the loyalty of the Virgipians he quaram in favor of having it enlarged." tered the nrms of that province with those of England, Scotland and Ireland, and thus the province received its complimentary designation. A less popular designation is "Tho Mother of States," an allusion to the fact that its settlement was in 1607, before that of any other colony. twenty-fice-box- ." 0LD.-.D0MJLNI0- ogt To Ml In fact it is something you cannot well afford to be without, It is the VUK wMHr J VI r XSSSX- l, f I if ft J 4 ever manufactured. We speak advisedly. We are borne out in this statement by the testimony of hundreds of people in this county, who are using the MAJESTIC. The saving in full will pay an 8 per cent, dividend on a $300 invastment. All its heat is applied to cooking and iot wasted in making the kitchen too hotto stay in. The oven cannot crack and is Absolutely Air Tight Hence you will have no smoked food. cooks uniformly and quickly. so common in Depression of opinis summer-time, It Globe-Democr- at accompanied by loss of energy, lack of thought-powe- r, means a. deficient supply of nourish!in some cases will be accomplished ment. The vital force is lost. tin one day, while again in others it Eugenia It isn't aquestionof muscle and 'will require several. Outlook. sinew, but of resistance and iPruden, in endurance. At any age, but A Fashion Note. especially in youth, it involves Embroideries of almost any de- the risk of lung disease. Loss scription aro a feature of dress of flesh and a cough ,are threatthis season, and iridescent ening signs. ibeads, which look socnuch like opals, trim-imin- gs For a Field Monument. In order to raise money for tho monument to Eugeno Field a souvenir volume containing 16 poems is to bo issued with tho punning title of "Field Flowers." It will be o pictures and Illustrated by marginal decorations, with Will Bradley of Chicago, A, B. Frost, Howard Pjfte, W. A. Rogers, Mary Hallock Froote, Remington, Smith, Stanford White, Harry Fenn, Sandbam.Curron, Eato Greonaway and others as artists, full-pagHop-kineon Dyspepsia arises from This EANGE eating badly cooKed food. Keepan abundant supply We repeat, of hot water always on hand. you cannot afford to be without one. play a conspicuous part in the mixtures. Tiny shells in light plnk and Ibluo aro introduced into the and paillettes and jewels of some sort appear on almost every-'thin- g of Cod-livhats, bonnets, gowns and " capes alike. perfectly. er SmSobuIM Oil, with It tones, upj fattens Wcll4tnown Musical Instruments! if meets these cases Oconong station at Jorildorio, New Ho has 3,000,000 South Wales. acraa of land and 4aat season shear 1,000,000 aheop. V and strengthens. In Scotfs Emulsion the taste Tholargesteheepownerin thevrorld is said to bo S. McCaughey, of tha of the oil is fully disguised, Large Sheep Owner. Bill" making as milk. scow as palatable jOIall tho numerous Instruments employed in our times tho oldest and most widely known aro tho drum, harp and bagpipes. Tho first of these, simple as Its construction Is, has literally ployed an important pact in, music. It originated in the north of Asia and wab for moro than 2.000 vp&ra tho onlv" instrument known to the rWe and roving Tnr- " FORBES JOth and Main Sts. r 'i mak, iOhiTiMiiTiSyfwfc faauiiuiuuuauuuuiiuiiiiiiiuauuuiu Oi , l- &g&&1 4 X S r ail III KNW M IS rsr .1wMi' THIS AND THAT, -T- hluirlleft'ycarconslsfel of 12 months, haviug each 29 and 30 days alternately, thus making 354 days. This being found too short, itjvas lengthenedjto 360 days and xiffijr-wardtoJ- Many spirituous drinks are rrtado fom Jtho banamSOBanana- winis obtairfed'- g. jf m mmsmsL.m. rsm.am m ? tocalieftel!" tho tho Unltedtale"1- sigve, fafter which it is rnadeinto cakes, 'dried in tho.stm, and dissolved in water when vrancd ' for use. In EJrancq thcroarp 22 botanical gardens; iii Germany, 35; In Gjpat Britain jmdTrelaritl, 11; in thTn-dia- n empire! 9jfiu Italy, 22; in Russia, 14, iybile ihere.aro but 5 pilbHe thrpugha bypvejsing the fruit vvbojejof H 3SSr-feviB?!Ii5P f North Carolina said! " Large quantities reduce the cost of Jlafcnufacture. the result going to the con- - H Vstiraer in the shape of a larger piece, for m Kless money, than was ever before possible m 3 B "BATTLE AX" I of the best quality, isforthemost tobacco, Hj the least money. S with considerable state. "" One- of the greatest mventtons over added to the granite business is being given a . test m iuontpeljcr, . . ::. vt. Tne machine is for sawing granite," and If l'fJF6ve5" satisfactory it will go down in history withjthe Cotton gin. Tho machine contains $4,000 worth of "diamonds, andthe total construction costs in tho neighborhood of $10,000. The range of fhe human voice is quite astounding there being about nino perfect tones, but 17,592,186,-044,51- 5 different sounds; thus 14 direct muscles, alone or together, produce 16,383; 30 indirect muscles ditto, 173,74823; and all in cooperation produce the number we have named; and these independently of different degrees of intensity. An interesting ceremony took olace recentlv in tho Greek church Princess, at Bayswater, Londqn. t Cristofero, a lady who Byzantinefrrifr from the last perolr, and who is consequently heiress to his throne and honors, was received into the orthodox"re-ligio- n clajms-Cde-scen- INDIAJFSEORET ORDEBS. Imitation of Young Braves Seeking Admission to the A recent report that the killing of T. R Madden, a prominent mer chant of Bragg, Indian territory, was" instigated by the a Cherokee secret society, has led, to an investigation of tho secret tribunals! It has been ascertained that in every large tribein the United States there are secret organizations, varying in name, but similar in purpose. The jiieiilbers are bound by the most solemn oaths not'to'ire-vea- l Kee-too-wa- h. Kee-too-wah, Great Soldier But Unpopular With Officers and Men. negularOrftduateahd. Registered Physician. U,6. surgeon In I remember predicting three years Formerly AssistantSurgeon U. the Army,Navy, S. and afterwards fost ago that Gen. vou Haeseler was deslater Surgeon British Marine Service, vrltb two years' expsrlenc a Phyelolan at Hot tined to become the most imporSprings, Ark., will welcome the sick and atllisOfilce, where consultation vritb military personage in tho Gertant one or the Most Successful Doctors ot tho man empire next to William himself. present ago Is cordially Invited. A tvIIj receive kind and honorable treatment, and The prophecy has been fu'nllcd.- For, permanent cures guaranteed In every oaso . Hood's Pills nre easy to take, easy since that time, he has been raised undertaken. to operate Cure indigestion, head-ach- to the rank of a count, has been pro- Dr. Matthew Henry Kollock Treatsjfex, l Successfully All Chronic and Lcmgvffv of the moted to inspector-gener' Standing Diseases which is Bronchitis, Asthma", Democrats of the Third Georgia fifth inspection of the army, f!atrirrli Dyspepsia, latest hospital meUv treptea by district nominated E.B.Lewis to suc- equivalent to giving him milftarv control of the entire western ceed Mr. Crisp in congress. Disease., Blood and frontier, as well 'asJhejcliief com- Sores Timplefv Scrofula, tfumors. Eczema, Those TwcTlreat armies Ulcers Syphilis, and all troubles arising lrom mand of blood, an..lmpure. which in the event of a war with completely state of the forever promptly and eradicated from the andpurlty, France would bo the first to en When Baby was sick, n& ga.v her Castorla. Kidney and counter the enemy and either to in. When she was aChlld, she crle&tdr Castorla. Back, frequent and burning vade or else to resist invasion. The Weak. of the bladdef of both sexes,urlBet,dfs,pr ) eases promjaljl y When she became 3Ilss, sho clung to Castoriai "6 armointment has excited much at andafely cured. f IVhen she bad Children, she gave them Castorla. special and T.orlioo whl receivefor all their earefuli tention both at home and abroad, . i.i V treatment zaanj' ' ' i, i and has led to the utterance of a ailments, ' Diseases good many pleasant things concernw'i Varicocele, Emperor William, who has had Strictures. of "Organs, Hydrocele, Tenderness ing ; Weakness i. Piles. Fistula, quickly very cured without pain Or detention from business. society, ' which ' has been tho good sense to chooso thodoubt, Nervous Debility, Sffii. .Modern B&" lately discoursing on the 'subject of best man for what is without tency Melancholy, Loss the most important and critical and Confidence, theDizziness, effects ofofEnergy Early dreadful ,ears; their beauty and ugliness, lays Vice, which brlpgs Organic Weakness rules Jtor determining point in tho defenses of Germany. down some for business, study or enjoyment oJ The general js. mT'exIraolrdmary life treated with never fftlllue success. On extheir characteristics that aro wOrtn amination the urinary .deposits a rosy sedr Jjeoding, says tih Bpstoji HerjilcT. "&uiafi'treateth emperor with the ment will often be found, and sometimes small articles ot albumen will appear,, o ear is rarely found on mflst scant respect, manifesting an color,, f be of a thin, mllkisu hue, tho A will to a dark and turbid appearance. independence wnich tne young mop' --VulgSFnepple, jays this authorlCy; It There.are many nieti who die of this difficulty. JXUUiailtr-kWillUll is a distinction that" mfturcTresTrves stage of Seminal Weakness. The Doctor wilV for her favorites. It indicates a He puts up with everything from guarantee a perfect cure ln.all such, cases anfi delicate temperament, culture and Haeseler, wiic-- he regards as the nhenltny restoration of the genltureurlnuryr' organs. ' WRITE yonr troubles if living away fromi artistic feeling. Every now and only man who can bo compared with the cltv. Tl'or pan be cured at homo by correstho mimcuvers "then a Bertillon or a Nordau comes Moltke, and who in all professiontwo years ago, when his majesty as pondence. Abt jlute secrecy insecure from obal dealings, and medicine sent along to show how great a part this servation. Testimonials of patients are never feature plays in human life, but un- sumed the command of one of the published. Bank reference to my responsiobservant people pay little heed to rival armies, had the temerity to bility cheerfully given. the story it has to tell. The big, surround and capturo his sovereign, flabby, outstanding ear indicates de- showing the latter in a light that generacy, and it is safe to say that could only bo described as ludicrous 613 CHURCH mankind could not be marked with a in tho ex treme. Gen. von Haeseler has nothing of Nashville, Tenn. more eloquent sign, if the world and natty knew how to read it right. That tho trim, Walnut Lane Herd precious morsel of horseflesh born appearance of tho German officer ENGLISH BEKKSHIIIES, tho other day at Col. Russell's farm about him. There is no man who serves to illustrate some of the dresses worse. His uniforms hang theories preached by Dr. Lombroso. about him like old rags, are greasy The ears of this filly are marvels of and worn, and give him tho aspect refined beauty. If Nancy Hanks' of an antiquated umbrella of tho He disdains all foal had been born a girl baby, with "gamp" species. artifices of the toilet, lives on the ears as delicate and as fine in pro'Mjft!iiw' portion, the proud mother would pre- coarsest kind of food, and seems to A o. Tne ate real .merit. That is wjly Hood's Sarapavilla has tht largest sales in the world. Merit in muicine means the power to cure, Hbod's Sarsapn-rill- a cures absolutely permanently cures. It is thtrOne lue Blood Purifier. Its superior merit i9 an established fact, and merit wins. Snreto Win." , . t ' people recognize anq- - appreci- -- 4: A'GEBMAOENERAL. Dr. Matthew Henry. Kollock; fi "'. al Skin Urinary, i Private spfcuilt unfit-tlhgo- ne we!l-.shape- or agejn-changin- KM Dr. Kollock street; well-groom- GERMAN LIVER SYRUP. IN.0linj$cf1iai Isetm fe' T.T The only sure cure for Constipation and Piles in the world. Permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dizziness, Nervous Prostration Sick Headache, Distress After Eating, Biliousness. Souring of Food, r : Sleepless Nights, Loss of Appetite, Pimples, Feel Tired, Bones Ache, Etc., Etc. the secrets 'pfftn"e society and, in addition, each'isstronglyobli-gate- d ;br. 0. A. CARLSTEDT'S GERMAN LIVER SYRUP. to carry out the wishes of the Delay not a moment when Costive or Bilious as serious results may followpeglect. WHAT THE D0CT0B SATS. majority, even totho extent of'com-mitin- g SICE HEADACHE, NO MORE. ' murder. I suffered nearly three years withj Dr. W. R. McDowell, the leading The government agents ari'dhe jny Head. I liaii fcevere iicaaacnes physician of Central Citv, Ky., gSvs": troops stationed among the Indians and during the last year dizziness, ' Dr. Carlstedt's German "Liver and throbbing in the brain. eT)B tbe ideal medicine and should find these "dog soldiers' 1 have taken three bottles of Dr. O. oe ju every home." are called, exceedingly troublesome, A. Carlstedt's German Liver Syrup and every possible effort is Being Caklstetjt's Medical Co. snd'my head is now well, tliee-cre- t - made to suppress them; still New'burg, X. Y. Mrs. A. S. Jones, ' Gents: Haviug tried your Carllodges of the "dog soldiers" 6tedt't Liver Powder in my family. I TIRED, COULD NOT "SLEEP AT NIGHT flourish and continue to receiveac-cession- s do unce From overwork 1 became nervous, most excellent remedy, and well from the ranks of the young tired, weak, exhausted and unable to worthy the confidence of the public braves. No sooner does a young Bleep or rest. I finally took Dr. 0. A. in general. Very Trulv, brave attain the age of 18 than he is Carfstedt'B German Liver Syrup and Nashville, Tenn. H. B. Gbat. straightway initiated with the most now sleep soundly every n ght from solemn and bloody rites intothe WHO IS A BETTER JUDGE, eight to ten hours. I am well and hidden mysteries of the is a pleasure. life W. N. Brandon, of Cadiz, Ky., or other secret order. One of.Tthe Edward A. Cbawford. druggist, says "I sell more ot JJr.Uarl- - rites practiced on these occasionsfire-quire- s Kansas. Amo, stedt s German Liver Powder than all great courage on the partfof medicines combined for Liver trouble. HAD THE BLUES, AND GAVE UP. It'B really good for all diseases the the candidate, for while all the oaths Last February 1 felt very badly. I kept getting worse until I was almost human 65 stem is heir to, as it get the are taken on bloody knives, tjiis mad. I could not love my own child- stomach and bowels in order and supreme test of heroism, according machinery off hb if to tho Indian standard, requires ren. 1 was on the brink of suicide. starts thtt Finally I got a bottle of Dr. 0. A. all were freshly oiled. It is simply that the knifo upon which the oath'is Carlstedt's German Liver Syrup wonderful what this medicine does taken be crimsoned with his own blood from a wound (That night, for the first time in fcr suffering humanity. months, I slept well and began to in: The novitiate stands in the center A LIVING SKELETON. rover Now I am well and a truly of a group of six, who hold "tsix E appy womau. Mr. James Bennett, of Island, Ky., bloody knives crossed abovehis Mrs. T 0. Schmidt, fhjs: "If not for Dr. Carlstedt's .Ger head. iThe candidate is given a snew Jifiwaukee Wis. man Liver Powder I would havabeen p innocent CBRdK'lO HEADACHE, nervousness. in my grave. Tried the leading'doc-tor- s Kmie phat must bloody' and' Wuile the weird I was a sufferer from chronic ner of Louisville. They were ""puzgastrin rous headaches ana sleeplessness. zled and I was given up. I was noth-in- chant is'sung ho cut's Life became a burden. I tried doc but a living skeleton. I began his breast, or more than one if 'he tors in vain: finally I took Dr. 0. A using Dr. Carlstedt's Medicine and aspires to special distinction, and alCarlstedt's German Liver Syrup and the change was wonderful. I know it's lows the warm blood ;to gush over it. I firm'ly believe it saved my life. the best medicine on earth1" He then takes the oajh and is formMiss Pearl Campbell ally accepted intor the brotherhood. Co. Calrstedt Medicine Engfiewocd, Ills. Gents: I have tried your wonder- The&purpose of '"'tneso societies is headaches, indigestion, etc. 22 YEARS ful Carlstedt's German Liver Powder, similar to that of the Highbinders'or Fop22 years I had hepdaches, indi- and found it one of the most pleasant the Mafia to avenge the real br gestion, constipation and general de- liver medicines I have ever taken. fancied wrongs of the members and bility with pains in my sides aud Three doses completely restored my to otherwise further the interests shoulbjefs. Tried doctors without health, and I have bpen feeling like a and execute the will of the majority. Chicago Record. nvail',TJr. O. A. '"arlstedt's German new man. I write you these Tines to ' Liveryrup cured me; it's worth iti inform suffering humanity what a A Convenient Arrangement. S. A. Baker. valuable medicine yon have weighi in gold. ' Hopkiusville, Ky , J. 0. Cooper Indianapolis, Ind. "I saw a combination of comets Bewate'of counterfeits and imitations. :.: Sold all over the world. the other day," said a gentleman, "that beat tho athletic club, ffiSig German Liver Powder 25c. store, livery stable and graveyard Syrup, 50c and $1.00 bottles neighborhood all to pieces. There is a candy shop on another NewrOr-lean- s corner, acx'oss from it Jf a dentist's office. A physician's offico occupips the third corner and across the way is an undertaking establishment. The transitions are asy: Sweets, bad teeth, doctors death. Should there be any doubting Thomases I can name the corner;-- I Jieard that thJeTfcandylman andthc (i To fifrii ..SID fit' All Mentis tver e jjr oftb er'sjan d the doctor ,' :W W and the undertakerB double first V- W v. Pow-presBu- re as-the- y J Kee-too-w- ah dict a brilliant future for her darling, provided sho was versed in the first rudiments of craniology. The human infant, with its rosy, shelllike ears, the equine baby, with its fawn-lik- e head on which set two tiny brown ears, giving that indescribable air of high breedihg, aro not so far apart In the great mystery of heredity and racial development. Dr. Holmes has said 'that' a man makes his owmmouth. but his progenitors make the other features for him. But fortunate the child who is endowed with a beauty that is inconspicuous, that only becomes' noticeable wh'en the inquisitive scientist calls attention to it, or because the outward sign is in harr xnony with those imental' qualities which shape its career. Some day, when the lessons of the last few years' scientific investigations are better understood, this key to character will not be passed idly by. Men will read each other by the indubitable "ear marks" and form judgments that experience must bear out. There is no wild theory, no passing fad about the perfecting of a species. DIAMONDS grudge every moment he wastes either at the table, at his toilet or in bed. yTOWHroviP$ FOR FAV0ES. I self-inflict- ed Uncut Gems Are a Millionaire's Novel Gifts for Dinner Guests. To the great diamond loving and dinner giving public tho announcement that diamonds are to be used as dinner favors will come as a "we- He drinks nothing but water, has a heart that is utterly insensiblO to the charms of tho fair sex and is all twisted and warped in figure. This is owing to the fact that he was dangerously wounded in the war of 1870 at thp battle of St Privat, where he lost two ribs. He has been obliged to wear ever since a soft of silver brace or corset, in the same manner as Gen. the Marquis do Galifet wears a silver covering upon .that part, of, his stomach that was shot away in the Mexican war. He has no ear for music and' has been heard to say that it was only calculated to please imbeciles, a remark that was naturally at once conveyed to the emperor, who had just been expressing the utmost enthusiasm about Wagner. It is not agreeable to serve under the general as either officer or as a private soldier. It is a frequent sight to see him stop a soldier in the most crowded thoroughfare of Metz and make him remove his boots and stockings to see if his feet are immaculate, as demanded by military regulations. He has been known to pay unexpected visits to the quarters of "his officers in barracks and go nosing about their rooms. Chicago Record. ' Lord Sackville at Law. v ready for service. Satisfaction guaranteed. Inspection solicited. Jno.W. Foard, Church Hill, Ky. My herd is headed oy Prince Tee 34045, a. son ot Sam Small 2 7801, he by Sam Jones 30-0- 77 My breeding sows represent the best strains of blood in America, two of them pigs of World's Fair prize winners. Stock for sale-a- t all limes. Nice lot of young stdck now THE j ISP QUICKEST LINE BCTWEKM " "sO Direct Connections For CINCINNATI AND THE EAST, Direct Connections for all Points tn Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas,. Mexico, FAST TIME LIMITED TRAIIN. ' PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Vk Write for information to the nearest agent ut the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. JOHN ECHOLS, Gen'l Mangr. S. G. HATCH, Gen'l Pas& Agt. LOUISVILLE,. KY, g g For Sale by L. L. E ggpIrotioe persons I suggestion. Flowers have long since been discarded as dinner gifts, as constituting quite too modest a display, and many of the trinkets adopted in their stead have likewise failed 'to' find permanent fahowever, vor. For ostentation, pure and simple, nothing could well exceed the extraordinary custom of presenting each dinner guest with a large uncut diamond. A South African millionaire is responsible, it is said, for starting this Having confashion in London. ceived the idea of celebrating his return to his friends by invitating them to an elaborate banquet, his generous millionaire soul overflowed naturally in the directiou of diaAt dessert, mond dinner favors. therefore, large, uncut gems, the v6ry choicest products of the South African mines, were promptly preWealthy sented to the guests. Londoners have been trying eVer since to eclipse this "display, but it doubtless remains for some American to bring the diamond rage to a really appropriate climax. lcome Lord Sackville, who talked himself out of the British legation to Washington, has begun a lawsuit against his nephew, the new Earl De la Warr-- The mother of the late pari and of Lord Sackville was heiress of the last duke of Dorset and was areated Baroness Buckhurst, with remainder to her younger sons. Tho late earl succeeded his mother in thobarony and thereupon charged, the estates j.'wfiWa jointure to' Afterwards he succeeded his elder brother intue earldom. A bitterly'' contested lawsuit followed with his younger brother, who claimed tho barony, which ended in a compromise; the estates going to the latter, .who was made Baron Sackville by the queen. Mr. Sackville- West, the next youngest brother, succeeded him and now wants to get rid of the jointure on the estate. There is but one life between him and the earldom, but he has no son. his-wife- YUCATAN 'ASHLESS CHILL TONIG GUARANTEE CURE CR CASH REFUNDED. A i XiXiX 4 B0TTLE PER 50C FOR SALE BY L.L.ELGIN M O ST I N O UANTITY. B EST I N QUALITY. i 11 .Want a Deeper Channel. 30-fo- ot WHITER nSlGABfl " tfe lato to of y.V ri-quas- tl PKOMPTlaitilie eif must I 'l Times-Democra- -tg Like biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, pation, sour stomach, Indigestion are promptly cured by Hood's Pills. They do their work consti- Liver Ills "iTW" Bi-aggs London has been aroused to the necessity of having a chanFOR 20 YEARS nel open into the iThnmos nt, nil 5, stages of the tide in order tojbe ablo U Has led all WORM Romodlos. inannrriAatn. .U1. .C...l i ', EVERY BOTTLE GUARAHTEED.1 "4U1 gouinumpion anu VERHIFUCE! FrvptrM by RICIURDSO!! BE3ICX.NE CO., -- ST. tOCIS. KT' t. What Wheat Contains. 2al-Durninoiils, be 8v a ihI up, mnmu iU ri i ii i i i i 4 i ii t Wheat, in 100 parts, contains'1.4 off water; mineral elements, i' t13;t carbphyratesr' C7T6; i thoroughly. Be?t altervdinner pills... 25Cenls.Al druggists.. Prepared by Cv I. Iloftd &sCo Loweiiriittss, The only Pill to take with Hbod's Sarsaparllla. easily, Hoods Pills a(i Live'ri&bl. The middlehbfl acts as a bar to the tho channel ih this no vessel drawing 28 feet can pass at low water. Vessels drawing 27' feet can pass' only 13 days in the year; and'thoso, drawing .25 feet on, 125 days, 'riyer;-througw, Hotel Henderson. ,On mugwump? a brass, band..;. Jfadianapolis, Jour-naif "' 'wf t8M4t'-V v'mlK Entirely now and, first .clasq , m all respeqts. ,.Exqellent sample, , rpgrns is something 'of a Something of'aV and ser7ice,uuequalledtin the city.T J Double" Car Line.He's as nonpartisan as at? . C&FK'2i.'JP?'Ki,EiDERERj Propa.', wv HenderebnK7&4 'fa 4 r:- gr 4a3?gilin illjBj r h'- - h' 0 T Time TabI No. 1 Daily mh j5.ipre TRAINS OOIMO 80UTU. okn!&ttt lentuddan. UNBUSINESSLIKE r a--- TRIFIiES.BREVITIES OF FUN. Jo. 8 Dally. Carelessness Many Women Show in A Scotchman visiting a churchiau Kxpresi :50 pm .6:15am ijt. Kvansvllle Petty Money Mat ers. yard with a friend, pointing to a 6:03 pm Henderson . 7:23 am .. S:8i pot Corydon Women complain that men conshady, quiet nook, said: "This is tho 7:55 am , ;..6.03pm ' Morgannelu . them unbusinesslike, 8:37 am . . , 6:s7pm sider spot whoro I intend being laid if I'm says ' DeKoven K" ., 7:35 pm Harper's Bazar. 9:21 am "Marlon. .. But do not tho spared." 10:21 am - 8M0 pm " Princeton ... 11:30 a m.. .. DtfOpm women call forth this criticism by Ai Hopklnsville Jorkms "I am going to havo NORTII BOUND No. 4, Dally their carelessness in petty money my bank bills disinfected beforo I No. 2, Dally Mall Express Mall Express matters? , Who would not resent tho them." Mrs. Jorkins "For 6:20 a. m 2:53 p. m j4v.HopKtusvllle Dr. Pierce, now chief con- handle 6:27 a. m ,. 4:45p.m imputation that she is ever dis- ed to physician what reason?" Jorkins 'To reivrrriuucwu . sulting Hoto the Invalids 7:&la.m .. 6:41 p. m honest? Certainly none of us are Marion :,T)eKoven ... 8!27a.m ... 6:37 p. m tel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, move the danger of contagion to my Horganfleld fl:02a. m ... 7:12 p.m intentionally so, but many good N, Y.The result of his study im- family." Mrs. Jorkins ''I never 9:30 a. m cotyaon 7:41 p. m ):52a.m Henderson.., 8:07 p.m people aro criminally careless with proved by thirty years of practice is heard of your family being exposed." .8:55 p.m regard to returning borrowed embodied in Dr. Pierce's Favorite "I thought her father was so enLOCAL FKEIUHT. Large sums could not bo Prescription. It strengthens, purifies raged oyer the elopemsnt that ho 7:15 am Dally money. Lv. Princeton Ar.Hopk.n8Yllle lOSOa.m forgotten, but it is so easy to neglect and makes healthy the organs " would never forgive them, and now Lv. 6:oopm ... 7:i5n.m Ar. Princeton feminine. It gives weak wo- he has given them a brand now the borrowed dime or 'quarter. Local freight will carry passengers between-Women aro much, moro negligent 5n men the strength and health neces- bicycle UOPJUUSViiiB sou rrinceion. apiece." "Of different UNIONTOWN BRANCH. these small matters than are men. sary for the production of healthy makes, mind you. They will bo South Bound Dally. children and it makes the bearing of liY.TJnlontown . . 7:25a.m.. 0 :!5 p m It may, bo because they have not those fighting like cats and dogs beforo, q. children ,MtUorganfleld 7:50a. m .. 6:50 p m been account any weakness easy. It is sure to cure week." Indianapolis Journal. educated to keep strict North Bound Dhlly. or derangement peculiar Vtifrjforganfleid 9:10 a. m . 7:15 pm of where each penny comes from and to women; stops pain, soothes inflam. 4U II III Wife ."Well, doctor, how is it ... 9:35 a. Ul Ar. union town . where it goes. Two women take a mation, strengthens, purifies, invig- with my husband?" ., a.OUHBHUUU.flRl, a. C. .UlTCHKLL. Doctor "Fair Hopklnsvllle.Ky. G P. A short trip by rail together. Tho fare orates. to middling, so to speak; ho wants a VIA. OHIO VALLEY RAILWAY. 4, is 50 cents. One takes out a dolrest above all things. I have writIn connection with O. O. A-- S. V. and Illinois George' Carr, an employe of the Central to Louisville, Cincinnati!, Memphis, lar bill and says to her companion: New Orleans and points oeyond. Wiggins Ferrv Co . at East St. Louis. ten out a prescription for an opiate." "I have tho exact change and will 111., 6:20 a m 2:53 p m HoDklnsvllle t Lv. Memphis died from the effects of sunstroke. Wife "And when' must I give him 6:40 pin 7:10 am sAr. pay for the tickets. You can band, the medicine?" Doctor "Him? The 12 '00 noon 5:50 pm Ar.Paducah me your share afterward." In'tno JUSTS Ar. New Orleans 7:30 pm 7:10 am opiate is for you, madam. " Home 5:15 pm 11:10 pin Ar. Louisville events of the day the circumstance ONE THING 6 :10 a m and Farm. Ar. Cincinnati Close connection mide at Princeton with is forgotten, and days go by and tho Is cured by Dr. Bell's Pine Confusing. through solid vestibule trains carrying Pull"What kind of a is not returned. The TarJHoney. It cures that every time. man bullet sleepers and free reclining chair wheel are you going to get?" "To cars. i' - lender would scorn to speak of tho I That one thine is inflammation of the . f tell you tho truth, I haven't decided. ' Ma auair, ana it nas. entirely supped ner mucous membranes, of the lupgs4 JTK (VA (tim UWOb ..W.f ... ,. ..W , rv'" Ufc aa,W (u4. friend's mind. At another timo they bronchial tubes and throat. couchsJ makes' to' choose from, and each of i are in a confectioner's together, and colds, chest trouble's, 'croup, catarrh yourc friends goes .the other one betthe same - woman who is- already 50 of the head or throat, cold in the head; 'Plain and Ornamental Plasterer." cents in debt says: "Mary, when "la grippe," asthma, bronchitis, ter when ho is telling you how much HOPXINSVILLE, Kr. you aro paying for your purchases whooping cough, sore throat, loss of better tho mako he rides is than any voice or hoarseness are all due to in- other best mako made." Brooklyn d pay 20 cents for my of flammation Formerly with Fdrbes & Bro.) of the mucous membraue. Life. candy. It will save timo and con- Dr. .Bell's Piue Tar Honev is a auick. Will make estimates on all kinds Juvenile Combine. First Boy of plastering and cement work. fusion, and I havo no small change. sure and safe cure for this particular "Mister, please give me a match." I will settle with you when we reach class of complaiuts. It is not good All work guaranteed, and prices Mister "S,orry, my boy, but I can't Mary carefully pays the for other complaints. It is pleasant reasonable. Repair work a spec- home." ialty and will receive prompt at- amount and her unbusinesslike friend to take. Children like it and will do it. I have been searching my never think3 of tho 20 cents again. ask for it. It is harmless. It is made clothes for one to light my cigar tention. 420. This is also the woman who will from piue, tar and honey. O'd folks with." Second Boy (popping around Address Lock Box writo a. business letter to an ac- know that these are good, harmless tho corner) "Hero you are, mister; quaintance requesting an answer by medicines. In Dr. Bell's Pine Tar matches, only five cents a box." return mail, and will never think of Honey they are combined by new Mister "Here's your nickel. You inclosing a stamp for repty. She and scientific methods with vegeta- two must belong to tho combine." ble plants, giving them remarkable virtually asks her correspondent to medicinal value. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Philadelphia Item. A Blessing in Disguise. give her not only the time and tho Boney will not cure consumption. It "I work required to write the letter, will ward it off in its incipiency and know," Mr. Meekton remarked to an FIFTII AVENUE HOTEi,. also to make her a present of give relief and comfort in its later intimate friend, "that some people M H! but cents. LOUISVILLE, KY. two stages. There isn't another cough say Mrs. Meekton wears the er Best $2 H5tcl in the World. These seem little things, but it is remedy on tho market that doesn't pantaloons, you know, but it isn't Elevator. Electric 1 such trifles that win for women the claim to cure consumption. Such a true." "I'm glad to hear it." "Do HI pis:e Campbell, Manager. unenviable reputation of carelessness claim is a ridiculous falsehood. Put you know," Mr. Meekton went on, no dependence in remedies that need with a faraway look in his eyes, "I in business affairs. a lie to sell them. Dr. Bell's Pine kind of wish she would wear 'em once Tar Honey is put up in 25c, 50c and HER COURTESY. maybo, I'd net the SI bottle3. If the druggist does not in awhilel Then, suspender buttons sewed on of tener. " Mrs.- - Cleveland Invites a Woman keep it, it will be sent upon receipt Washington Star. of price by the E. E. Sutherland Stranger to Her Private Reception. Medicine Co., sole manufacturers, A trait that has added greatly to LOST THEIR JOBS. , Sclentlflo American Mrs., Cleveland's popularity is her Fountain Park, Paducah, Ky. There j is no other remedy "just as good." Agency & wonderful memory' of faces '"and When a druggist says so, he is think- English Lords Who Were Affected by names., A woman visiting Washing- ing of his profits aud not of your welthe Death of Noted Men. ton during tho last winter was most fare. IT IS A HOUSEHOLD NECTho successive deaths of Baron anxious to s.eo Mrs. Cleveland. Upon ESSITY. Hirsch and of Col. North havo had inquiry she found that tho only way tho effect of throwing various scions lsT"1 wlfti The best method of propagating of the aristocracy out of employment. in which this could be accomplished i . hi K. r ri tt rl....iirr' MV em tarn ihiptw..- i m bil xm was the "public reception. the pleach, plum and cherry, is by Thus, Col. North had in his employ TRADE MARKS. OESIQM PATEKTS, This she accordingly did, but when budding, aud August is a good Mr. Ronald Montcrieff, tho brother i vufixiuHia. oic, sho found herself in the procession month in which to do it. Fdr Information and free Handbook write to of the dowager countess of Dudley, JIUNN & CO., S61 Broidwat, NEW YORK. composed of the queer medley of peoOldest bureau for securing patents In America. of the duchess of Atholo, and of Sent It to Ills 3Iothcr in Germany, Every patent taken out by uJ brought beforo ple who' usually attend these funcme public by a, notice given free of charge In tha Mr. Jacob Esbensen, who is in the Lady Mordaunt, as tho chief of his tions, sho was greatlymbarrassed. the employ of the Chicago Lumber racing stud, at a salary of $10,000 Beside her in the line was an old a year, Mr. Montcrieff having suca wQman'fresh from her stand in the Co., at Des Moines, Iowa, eays: "I ceeded the late Lord Randolph Lareest circulation of any scientific paper in tho world. Solendldlr illustrated. No Intelligent man ehomd be without it. Weekly. g.'J.OOa market, who had left a Dsket of prod- have just sent some medicine back to Churchill in the job. year: 91 JO six months. Address, MONNJi CO uce outside; in front was a cowbo my mother in the old county, that I vobusuuu.SCI Broadway. New Yort City. In the same way Baron Hirsch had know from personal use to be the from the prairies' in slouch hat and best medicine in the world in lus employ as master of tho horse for Rheushe saw an old Lord Lur-gahaving in my At. CARDS top boots; near bywith her basket matism, years. used called. family for no less a personage than tho present woman flower seller of the ip several ChamberIt d of carnations in her hand. lain's Pain Balm. It always does the viceroy of Ireland, and who drew a w j pRANKBIVES. When at length she reached Mrs. work." 50 cents per bottle for sale salary of $15,000 a year,his predecesCleveland she said a few words of by R. C. Hardwick, druggist. . Attorneys at Uw, sor in office having been Lord Marher distress at being one of such cus Beresford. The latter had charge Hopklnsvllle.Ky. The hot winds from the south are of Baron Hirsch's horses until about Mrs. Cleveland was all company. Practice in the Courts ot Christian and ad- - gracious. "If you will tell me your making life a burden to man and three years ago, when the financier Ulolnlnsr counties. . beast in central and western Kansas. name and address," sho said, with dismissed Lord Marcus in such a ' 10cjCo'8t.,fnesrJWeber H one of her bewitching smiles, "I Since 1878 there have been nine manner as to create much bad blood. iUIALTERS.HALE,v will send you a card to my private epidemics of dysentry in different Always a suspicious man, tho baron s was convinced that something more of the country in which reception. You will find that Attorney at Law, Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea than mere chance was tho reason for I think." nopklusvllle, Ky. The visitor told her where she Remedy was used with perfect sue the persistent ill luck of his colors, O'nfce west"sldo"Coufth'ouse', ln"Weber"blbck was staying, and was much pleased cess, uysentery, wnen epidemic, is and did not hesitate to declare in the at her pleasant reception, but it did almost as severe and dangerous bb most unvarnished terms that if he EW E.WARFIEL'D.JV.. Asiatic cholera. Heretofore the best not occur to her as possible that the efforts of the most skilled physicians had lost tho Derby of 1892 it was 'tawyor, A president's wife would remember tho have railed to owing to foul play. cnecic its ravages, this 7w Hopiclnsvllle; Ky. card. Wnat, then, was her aston- remedy, however, has cured the most His quarrel with Lord Marcus led OfllcowithCallls &Wallace. ishment to receive the card next malignant cases, both of children and to a very angry correspondence, morning! When sho attended the adults, and under the most trying which was submitted to tho duke of lilt, it. D MEBRIWETHER. private reception her cup of bliss conditions, which proves it to be the Devonshire and to the stewards of was quite full when Mrs. Cleveland best medicine in the world for bowel tho Jockey club, without any other (Late of Louisville.) recognized her and called her by complaints. For sale by R. C. Hard result than tho creation of a strong Dentist. wick, druggist. name. coterie at the Turf club and at the - Ky, in im Jockey club, which vehemently opA Valuable Remedy. Two deaths due to heat are re- posed tho baron's annual reelection OMce.lnSummers'Butldlng, over' Baesett & ported from Louisville, Ky. fCo's. Beras an honorary member. Chicago At the Am Urban hospital in Record. lin 411 diphtheria - patients wore IJNDREW SARGENT, M,D.f My little boy, when two years of treated in 1804-9255 of whom were An Eastern Innovation. takenvery ill with bloody I'liyslclau ana Burgeon. discharged cured. Of 245 treated age, waswas advised to use Chamber flux. I HopklnsvUle.Ky. The temples of India aro to bo with serum, 28 per cent died, while lain's Colic, Cholera and Dirirrhcea COfflce Fifth and Main streets, opposite City among the 14G who were treated Remedy, and luckily procured part lighted with electricity, tho example Court Room. otherwise the mortality was 42 per of a bottle. I carefully read the di- having been, set by tho great shrino Telephone No. 6. cent.; 53.2 of the serum cases were rections and gave it accordingly. He. of Siva, at Kochicaddie, near Mut-wa- l, in Ceylon, and is to bo speedily serious, 23.7 severo and tho rest was very low, but slow.ly and surely V G YATES, slight. No evil effects wero ob- he began to improve, gradually re- followed by the equally vast and Physician ana Oculist served to follow the use of the serum, covered, and is now as strong as ever. ancient foundation of the Natukotta, never nopkinsvllle,Ky and its effectiveness wasproportion-atq.t- o I feel sure it saved his life. I worth, in the same island In no long, timo can praise the remedy half its Office vrlth'Dr'. "nlll, Main street. others will adopt tho samo improvethe earliness of its application world one in and tho strength of tho firs.t doses. I am sorrv everyhow good the is, as I ment, till all.tho hqly places of the "know it UIH.SKERpTT peninsula aro' so equipped that by The hospital authorities infer from does not fl do Mrs. Lina S.Hinton, Grahams-ville- , pressing the button they can bo inFainter and Paper Bancer. this,that.,it istnot an infallible,, but sale M Maribn Co., Florida. For Hopklnsvllle.Ky. stantly illuminated like the modern a highly valuable, remedy. :I by R. C. Hardwick, druggist. hotel or theater, WORK-Do- ne ALL - ...Will'Make" No Exception. yy'lthneatness and dispatch and at Low has caused much sickness The heat New Kind of Racing. p eat pAeesJ 3 Oxford, by a closo among children at Mount Vernon, 111. votehas to Pardfflco,,;,. Shopjrthstret)t:next Balloon racing is tho latest form allow tho earl offBerlajley You Can Depend On It of petty gambling in Paris. A numto qualify for a degree, unless ho jEQALLEIJAyAT, sleops within the milo"and"tf half that Folevs Colic and Diarrhoea Cure ber of toy balloons aro set off at the First National Barber Shop limjjtrequiredj thetatutej.THr is an instant relief for colic, summer samo time, each bearing a postal nopklnsYllle. Ky earFsneafth is delicate anf though"" complaint, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, card having on it tho umpire's adhe is able to study in Oxford during, h nnriv flux, enronic uiuiruiKti, uuui dress and a request to tho finder to Rear of First National Bank 9th street. .thojdayho isTpbliged to go out of era. cholera infantum, bilious colic, note tho place and timo of tho bal' tqwn to a high,.ls$ot to lcep. Kesi-den- painters' colic and all bowel com'-- ' loon's arrival. Bets aro, paid and ioyd&pool; 50c. is described in the statutes as nlaints. 25c and tho stakes awarded on tho results' of xFor sale b'C.'Jv. Wyly.. the replied repeived i Within a .week. pernoctatiqn, ; "and tho university 7tb.8treetruopWnsylUeKyj(4i C'TJ. i"4 The i balloon that goes furthest in ref&estf make 'an J.1 rrexception for an IThirtv-si' horses were Drosifated, HP J! Eapeclal a.ttentloruto patrons, clean linen, carl by'tlie hea iu'St. Louis, Weduesday. the shortest timo getstho prize. r aatlBfajtoryerjrUcl Caandtje.iwtorkiwdM&i!..1 .aw-- , tuVcob OtBaby. y r Air V hen a baby corned to tho house real happiness comes. -- The care and anxiety count forjnothing against the clinging touch of the little hands and the sound of the little voice. The highest function given to human beings is bringing happy, healthy children into the world. Over thirty years ago the needs of women appeal- U3S Tit-Bit- s. JbSw dis-tinctl- y ferent Iu9 hnlf-doll- ar " Jas. L Belote, t. t half-poun- physiological principle fully proven by ex perience that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures' Consumption and all othet blood diseases. It tones up the organs to produce a fresh supply o healthy, red blood ; this carries new nour ishment and life to the waited lung tissue II or any other tissue that is affected, drives out the poisonous disease - germs or kidneys. It i which clog the skin, liver simply a question of purifying and building up ; where there is anything left to build ot the "Golden Medical Discovery" will in. falllbly build up and cure. It cures eases which doctors declare "incurable." Thai word has lost its meaning since Doctoi Pierce's wonderful ' Discovery." t The plain aud hopeful truth about disease li shown In the Htrht of the best science of tht century In Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser. It Is a volume of looS pages ; illustrated It also contains letters from mauy who have beeo rescued from consumption. This great book ii stamps, to cover cosl free, if you send 21 one-ceblood-making '.Good blood. An abundance of cood. rich. red. blood put into the circulation, cures everyone of these complaints, consumption as weu as uie resi if it hasn't gone too far. It is on this true cure ease: where "liver i2 ui strtKes terror 10 me V mind ; the nature of I r ' the disease is misun-- ' derstood: It is blood disease, set tied in the lungs. If it settled somewhere else the doctors, would eive it a dif name : scrofula, kidney disease ot complaint." But the name only tells it settles. It is really all one di3 Bad blood' and there is only ont j rtt Then the name! Sometimes wnen the last spark of llfti eeetns almost extinguished it ia fanned into flame again bj prompt, vigorous action. It is a mistake however, to put o3 action too long : another mistake is to despair too easily, f Both these mistake! J are made in dealing , parwith disease, con-- t ticularly with is nefrsumption. 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AND SPEED CKBIVALKO Virginia street, Opp. Hotel Latham Pullman Pci'ace Cars for Atlanta, Savanah, Macon, Jacksonville and points i fA in Florida. j- M- - Connections are made at Guthrie and NaahvUle for all points BULLARD. I North, East, South and West, In Pullman Palace Cars i i i Staple Ca-XQCSri- SS. EMIGRANTS this road will receive special low rates', See agents of this company for rates "outee kc. or wTite to G P. Atmpre, G. P &T A SriSH! Mmtiik ffv mmm Lju'i ville I 1 S 16 To 1. 3 MAIN ROf ESSlOy A1V n, STREET, son-in-la- w Next Door to Kenti'cklan Office. half-fade- This ratio of sixteen plains of 3l'vr to one of equMllty beot goid has boon the mea-u- r tween the two metal since their first use &i money by the United States to change that raThere exists no nece-lttio more than to changp the length of a yard stick, or the number oC ounces in a pound J J(C?fCPfZ7(SPfVfSfi T&fCffSf! Jf?Jf3f&& TfZJfZfpfi 7f3(WfVfr f sSNTMSNar pleas-ante- r, Cham-erlaiu'- BUCK EYE i son 1 111 OINTMENT 'CURES NOTHING BUT PILES' weight. The ever busy brain of shylccks ia constantly at work hatching new schemes for embrace-men- t f their wealth and to rob producers ot wealth. Law making power is bribed, corruption In higli places of trust and honor exists, and the evil times prophesied by the patriot ADraham Lincoln, now menace the very existence of our country as a power auong th! nations of the world. All made possible through partisan prejudice that hides truth. The Cincinnati Ennulrer Is earnestly engaged in the noble ami patriotic effort to make known the truth and facts, expose political crimes and criminals, and to show the cause and effect the unwarranted interference with the people's money, and productive industries. With every cash subcrlber to the Kentuclc-ia- n for one year, we give a year's subscription to the Weekly Enquirer as a free gift. Two papers for the price of ou 1 M iu m L. & N. TIME TABLE. TBAIH8 OOINO NORTH. o 55 a. m St. Louis Fast Mall m No. 58 Nashvlllo Accom 1023 p.m 81 St. Louis Expresa No. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. 6:07 am No. CSSt. Louis Express SOZ.TJ BT ALX. DltUOOISTS. No, 65 Nashville Accomodation 5:40am ?ietiMltr8IC!U2S301T UED CO.. 8T.101RS. :09pm No. 61 St. Louis Mall Nashville Accommodation does not run on Sunday. North bound St. Louis and Chicago Fast trolns have 'hrough trains solid and sleepers WANTED-A- N to Chicago and St. Louis. IDEAMSftffiS Fast Line stops ouly at Important stations thing to patent ? Protect your Ideas : they may Ha 'hrough Pullman sleep-er- s brinR you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDER-BUR- N andtocrossings. Ga. Atlanta. Sj CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington, J. M.Ada, vs. At'ent. D. for their 81,800 prize oCer. and CERTAIN CURE known for 13 years as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES. A SURE No. BJ s-- I C 5, Ghas. w Feed, Livery, Sale Stable. II Layne, tHHL. lBi frri xlPti! tBWBli jB s Cor. 7th and Virginia Streets, Hopkinsville, Ky. EifGood rigs with or without drivers furnished day or night. Special rates to Commercial Men. Good lot room adjoininer. Nice waiting room for ladies. John B. Castlemau. r y Insurance Company of Liverpool INCORPORATED. Royal 3 A. G. Langham ce BARBEE & GASTLEMAN, Alanagers Southern Department Columbia Building, j.. Louisville, .Kentucky. 1 x GARNE.TT & MOORE, AGENTS. si AT --It 0 v. " ." 53 jmm " ,wmmm m li .I -.i- m, .-uTi -.I- hi .V. ..i. i. ""r" WkinitT - Xt'ttttttltiiro. "" t.r 3 f tfj.A Great n u i .ii 4.- A A. m r Ari Wb tt M i A ft l ti A i Wonder Sale ! f My 9 r rBegms r"! W SHOES BOUGHT . ,". ' u s W SPECIAL I v.-.,.1' BUY YOUR SH0ES . r .,, uc n r ... vryr, L. ui us win n n sewed un FREE IF THEY RIP. i r' p" iv "i . In Our 01 1 t J .1 $"" .i 4 stWMoriimjQf... ft t .iii J '&VUa?.4 f i I I I &T" ,'" $ ' V' m '" Vv"' ? .j 1 Tfflt6liW"r K T r 5 I Trandef . k 'Jr :."' tl 'Mv.,-' 'iL-v.- v,. v t 5 &?. :v """""" mm ...unULlUtr l... MEN'SSSIOESsi.69 to 53.98. lames-oxford fir nriVT 'yii"' ;.' 'ra'' '. ;.:""V v "' " .1 vj t.j "- i r and get them REPAIRED FREE. n., "iii'ivci ..u rm wr r r r 1 n-- m ". 4 T -f-- """ ..'W' rp 1 W rfk. v r tT. r 'rkjftj Uioooo ,n,UUUU Dnuo' Qhnno u iimr: U UUJU UIJUUO P. ':,; Cnniin r S w- - I I I hi iiii UUU Up, 35c, 39c, 49c 69c to $1.25 iiiif LUUIU0 ;;-nrlinnJ Ohnnn 7Cn U lUUO Mlfl iiii tn (.. 0 LU I UU k Jf 4 ::T'- '" m BAiBY SHOES. 22c' 5 we have OUR OWN k: ME MDFIL THAN EVER BEFORE. l'. 'sj v s yV y- "' r A 5 0 WE MEND SH0ES FREE- - s2T DEATHS. ,J" i i TlflP Racket... HOPKINSVILLE, KY. la.H.KtTOr.BIX.rrop.r. in ip thpv rip R Mi W FREE OF CHARGE r3i y r t K K'fl HERE AND THERE v I i i PERSONAIiGOS&IP. TOBACCO NETVS. Buckner & Owsley for Insurance. Old buggies bought by C. B. Webb. Dr. B. N. Fruit. Dentist, office over City Bank, Hopkinsville, Ky. The finest and largest line of toilet Boaps at Wallis and at lowest prices. Seven-yea- r old pure apple vinegar at Wallis' grocery. Go to Webb for good second hand buggies and phaetons. Wanted to buy or sell bank stock. Gaenett & Moobe. G TJ Term j Born, Sunday morning to the wife Ctl Mr. T). L. Johnson a fine boy. For rent, a small two room cottage on 16th street, near Main. Apply here. Wanted A good farm to work on chares for '97. Address Box 56, Kennedy, Ky. Now iB the time to u6e shredded wheat if your digestion iB bad. Wallis' grocery is the place to get it. FOR RENT. Farm of 400 acres. for a term of years. Situated near Serndon, Ky. Apply to R. C. Pace, ,3 Is! wJX fresa A.C? ppai and JJewl TIJ tired Bleep CarU nowi eieht lifeii Amo. La- kept, mad, ren., Fina, Carli That rnonl prcro bapp xl TOUS, Ifir Life, tors" Carl! HEAD Fc gestt bilit' ebou avail Live weig In Bev exchange for old buggies. Any way to Keep traao going. Mr. Geo. Bradley is putting another story on his cottage on .hast .seventh street. Rev. J.N. Prcstridge preached at the .Baptist church bunday morning and evening. You can find everything: in the crro- cery line at Wallis' as low in price as One price can be bought anywhere. to the monthly paying customer same aB the cash customer. Miss TjIiIr fllnrk. of firnftnn. has been selected aB one of the teachers jn the public school at Madisonville. Saturday. She has an excellent reputation as a Dr. J. D. Clardy returned home teacher and the selection is a fine Saturday evening from a week's tour pne. over the district. Mr. G. A. Clark, the merchant tail IU'Bolnt lour of Kesptct. or, has moved his stock of goods to Whereas, On July 30th, 1896, God the room under the Opera House, formerly occupied by N. Tobin & Co. in His infinite wisdom saw fit to call where he would be pleased to see till from labor to refreshment, our friend and brother, Mark Jones, than whom bis old friends and customers. Higdon, who was sent to jail James Moore Lodge No. 230, F. and Jeff at this place from Dawson recently A. M., had no truer member, nor mafor breach of the peace and some sonry at large, no nobler exemplar of other misdemeanors, a day or two its divine truths; therefore be if Resolved, That in his death his ago, developed a case of insanity, xie attempted to butt bis brains out bdge has lost one cf its brightest against the bars and by so doiug lights, bis church one of its most verybadly bruised his head. ,He zealous communicants, his vicinity was tried Tuesday atternoon as a lu- due ita best citizens and his family a natic aiid sent to the Hopkinsville kind and loving husband and father. Resolved, That while we deplore asylum for treatment. Madisonville . ,? the loss nf nnr hrnttmr .,D iiliu VLli Hustler. vmi4, OR RENT. On easy Bolation in the hope that we will meet FOR SALE uiuiiu terms. An elegant home, large and where miii celestial lolge above, parting will be no more. roomy, on Ea6t 7th street, only 6ix .nesoiven, unat these resolutions the blocks from the healthiest part of town, on the most be inserted in the minutes of our lodge, a copy handed to the family of popular street and on the right side anu cyciones in sum- the deceased, and a copy Bent to the ireeiromuusi KentuckyTelephone and Hopkinsville mer. For particulars apply to, Kentuckian for publication. M. D. Kelly, The Jeweler. ) F. W. Lewis, Mr. John T; Berry, of Nashville, W. B. Blane, I Com. and Mr. Jack L. Tobin, of this city, John Sopthall, ) will onen ud a merchant tailoring es ralr Uaeg Fixed. ' tablishment in this city some time this month. Mr. .Berry is of the farm The Christian county fair will be of Berry, Bailey & Co., merchant held this year on Thursday, Friday tailors in a asnvuie, ana is morougmy and Saturday Oct. 8, 9 and 10. An up in the business, while Jttr. Tobin effort will be made to make it the ba8 had considerable experience aud biggest fair for many years and the is a moBt popular young man. They managers are looking forward to a will occupy the room next to Graves very successful meeting. & Condy 8 jewelry store. One More Game for Vi. Why suffer with Coughs, Coldsand Our local team won from HenderLaGrippe when Laxative Bromo Henderson, Saturday, the score Quinine will cure you in one day. son, at 13 to 9. Sunday's being game, howDoes not produce the ringing in the ever, home boys, the head like Sulphate of Quinine. Put score went against thefavor of being 17 to in Henderup in tablets convenient for taking. son. Hnnkinsvillfi4 nlnvi-r- l flrofennhnm Guaranteed to cure, or money refund- yesterday and the two clubB play agaiu ed. Price, 25 Cents. For sale by J. this afternoon. O. Cook, Hopkinsville, Ky. court-house, OB. Webb for fine buggies. Will Miss Maggie Mullen, of Fairview, visiting friends in the city. Miss Kate Wooldridgo hafl returned from Monteagle. Mrs. L. M. Cayce, of Howell, is dangerously ill. Mr. Henry Foster, of Paducah, is at home on a short visit to his mother. Mr. Wm. Barnttt, of Paris, Tenn., is visiting relatives in the county. Mrs. Stonewall Morris has returned from a short visit to Dawson. Miss Lena Lacey is visiting relatives near Longview. Judge J. I. Landes vent to Princeton yesterday on business. Miss Annie Reed, who visited friends in the city last week, returned to her home in Paducah Saturday. Miss Rosa E. Bamberger, of Nashville, is the guest of her brother, Mr. W. L. Bamberger. Mi68 Mattie Tucker haB returned from a vieit of several weeks to friends in Paducah. Mrs. Dr. W. G. Wheeler and Miss Edith Boulware are spending some time at Dawson. Mr. W. S. Wilson, of Eddyville, is visiting his nephew, Dr. W. H. Hopson. Messrs. John H. Bell, Jr., and Geo. W. Collins have returned from Dawson. Mr. R. H. Coffey, of Guthrie, is spending a few days with friends near Church Hill. Mr. L. L. Buckn.er is critically ill at the residence of Mr. Edgar Brad-shain the country. Messrs. H. D. Wallace and W. T. Tandy went to Crittenden Springs is Hopewell cemetery. Withrow. Mr. James Withrowj father of Mrs. J. B. McKenzie of this city, died at his home in Rockbridge county, va., duly o, alter a protracted illness, acred 83 years. Mrs". Mc Kenzie, who is spending the summer in the Uld Dominion, was at tne bed side of her father when the end came. Parker. Mi6s Leora Parker, aged 17 years, a daughter of Mr. A. R. Parker, died Friday of typhoid fever. The funeral occurred Saturday morning, the interment taking place in HOPKINSVILLE MARKET. Dolin. Hamp Dulin, Bon of L. W. Dulin, who died near Laytonsville last week, died yesterday of typhoid fever, he was about 21 years old, and had been sick only a short time; his sister, Mrs. Jessie Shaw is very low with the same disease. Fairview Review. Brasher. Mrs. Mary Ann Brasher, an aunt of Messrs. C. A. and L. T. Brasher, of this city, died at her home in Earlington last Thursday. She was neany ninety years oiu. Stewart Mr Lucien Stewart, a young farmer of the Bainbridge neighborhood, died of fever Sunday night. He was '21 years old. Hliunr r Ttiort of tiav tinnno nAnr Antioch, July 29, Elizabeth Gamble, wife of Shaw Gamble. She was 72 years old and had been in failing health for sometime. She was a member of the Presbyterian church and lived a devoted christian life. COLORED. Hopkinsville, July 30. The market was iregular and lower on medium and better grades of leaf. It opened up strong with fair bidding on common leaf and lugs and continued strong throughout the three days Ve have to report advance of sale. over last week's prices cent on those latter grades. Weather exceedingly hot and unbearable, was the leading feature of the week. Offerings were about the same as last week, but Bhowed no change whatever from that which has been offered all along during the season. Spanish lugs were in abuudance, and the demand was good. Receipts fell off something over one hundred hogsheads and we believe now that the great rush iB about over. Weather conditions have been Bomewhat more favorable this week on the growing' crop, except ia the flooded bottoms, where the weed has suffered greatly by the excessive heat baking the ground. Tnere is more complaint of "french-ed- " tobacco than for a number of years. The worms are also becoming even worse than last year. Under date of July 29, the July Crop Report issued by the Bureau of Agriculture states that "the recent heavy and frequent rains, besides doing great dam age to the growing crops, is causing wneat and oats to sprout badly, thus materially reducing the estimated yield. Last "year's oats suffered as much. Corn is damaged by the heavy i death was not unexpected. She was a member of the Methodist church for a number of years, but a few year8 ago joined the Christian.chuich. She was a lady whom everybody said was a good christian. She leaves two sons and two daughters, all grown. Her husband, Joseph Bayn-ham- , died 15 years ago Mrs. Susie Beazley. who has been very sick, we are glad to say, is a lit-- tie Deuer, tnougn still quite sick. The farmers say the tobacco worms are very numerous and unless they can get extra help the tobacco will be badly damaged. The best method of propagating budding, and August is a month in which to do it. good Kews From LaFayeite. Uryan and Sewall isinh. " i 30. Died yesterLaFayette, July A Bryan and Sewall Club waB orday at 12 m., Mrs. Caroline Bayn-ham- , ganized at Dawson Saturday night aged 76. She had been in feeble health for several months aud her with 50 members. Several speeches r t., wr jm wero made and much interest was shown in the meeting. It is expected that by the end of thiB week more than a hundred members will have been enrolled. 16 TO f 50 lbs. Best Leaf Lard Granulated Sugar - Bacon Bellies - - - Best Head Rice - - Best Prunes 32 16 to 1. 16 to 1. 16 to 1. 16 to 1 16 to 1. I'll double tlie above ofler Bars Pretty Soap to 1 I also give 16 ounces to i pound- Corner 12th nod Liberty Streets. SW Machine Gladness Comes better understanding of the L FT QUOTATIONS. Landes. An iufant of Georgie Landes died of fever in the city Friday. Ledford. A little child of Tom Ledford, of Church Hill, died of spasms Sunday. Wallace. An infant of Ab Wallace died in the city Sunday of fever. To Cleanse The Sygtesn Trash lugs, Com. lugs, Med. lugs, Good lugs, Com. leaf, Med: leaf, Good leaf, SI 2 00 3 00 3 50 00$2 00 Effectually jet gently, when costive or bilious, or when the blood is impure or sluggish, to permanently overcome habitual constipation,, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, to dispel headaches, colds, or fevers, use Syrup of Figb. Eojoyuble Lawn Party. One of the most enjoyable lawn parties ever attended by a crowd of youug people was given by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nuckolls at their beautiful country home near Rich last Friday night. All who are acquainted with the host and hostess can imagine how each and every one enjoyed themselves, and it was impossible to tear themselves away until the small hours of a new day were reached, and then witn nearty thanks siowiy the crowd began to scatter. Pariont' Grove Ctitnp Meeting, The annual camp meeting at Parson's Grove, Logan county, began last Friday aud will last about ten das. The ministers engaged in the series of meetings are Drs. Leftwich, of Naehville, Tenn., Briggs, of Owens-boro, and Erwiu of Clarksville. Rev. J. G. Freeman, of Bowling Green, is leading the singing. The usual fee of 10 cents is charged for each day in attendance. Although the weather haB been excessively hot since the opening of the meeting, large crowds are in attendance at each service. Several from this city are attending the meeting and others will go up this week. .Republican Favors Silver. N. sei be ,H Mr. W. E. RagEdale has been appointed (barman of the Democratic Campaign Committee for Christian county, with authority to ciganize his own committee in the county. No better eelection could have been mnde, as Mr. RajrfidnJeiaone of the best organizers in the. county .and will come as near irdteming .Christian county as any other man who could be found ib at flardwick'a and ElginB. the cottuly. Wooster, O., Aug. 1. The Hon. A. S. McClure, Republican nominee for Congress, Seventeenth district, says in a letter to Lib constituents that he is in favor of the free coinage of silver, and does not propose to obtain a AtitnlnUtratoi's Notice. single vote by evasion or duplicity on All persons having claims against the money question. the "Mate of the late J. W. Stitb, are Coal and Lime, no ified to tile same before me, properly verified.on or before Sept. 1,1896. Call on Dalton and Blakemore for XV A THDnn, AA lump, nut and steam coal, and lime. " " .W"t Read Health ordinance and buv vour The late Dr. J. P. ThomaB' double lime from ub. Telephone 112. strength digester, known as Vitalia. Dalton & Blakemore. for the cureof dyspepsia, is for sale """' Take Vitalia Liver Pills. a transient nature of the many physbefore proper ef8001000 ical ills, which vanish" pleasant eftoi ts- - -gentle efforts Fine 10 0012 00 forts rightly directed. There is comfort xl WEEKLY REPORT the knowledge, that so many forms of 610 hhds. sickness are not due to any actual dis; Receipts for week,. case, but simply to a constipatedcondi-tio- n Receipts for year 17,120 ' of the system, which the pleasant Sales for week, 726 " family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt-. Sales for year 12,567 " ly removes. That is why it is the only Atremedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all LOUISVILLE MARKET. who value good health. Its beneficial to the fact, that it is the Major House sold 44 hhds: 6 hhds effects are due one remedy which promotes internal Favette co leat and Iups S6 80. 6 10. cleanliness without debilitating the 5 90 to 3 20: & Trimhln Ihpr S3 40. to organs on which it acts. It is therefore 9th St., Near L. & N. Depot. 2 60: 4 Clark leaf and Ultra S5 80. all important, in order to get its beneTelephone 89. pur4 20, 4 20, 2 10; 6 Nelson lugs S3 90, ficial effects, to note when you artichase, that you have the. genuine 3 80, 3 10 to 2 10; 5 Spencer trash cle, which is manufactured by the Cali52 60 to 1 90; 8 Graves dark leaf fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by SPECIAL LOCALS. S4 90, 4 60, 4 20, 8 75 to 3 10; 5 Bal all reputable druggists. 10. enjoyment of good health, lard dark leaf S4 10, 4 20, 3 90, 3 If in the 2 90; 5 Union lugs S2 60, 2 10, to and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If 120. afflicted with any actual disease, one "may be commended to the most skillful Death of Mi, Murk Jones. physicians, but if in need of a laxative,, Mark Jones, an old and respected one should have the best, and with the Office: South Main Street, middle of block opp. First Nat'l. Bank. everywhere, Syrup of citizen of Trigg county, died sudFigs stands highest and is most largely Office nouns From 8:80 to 12 and denly at his home near Caledonia, nsed and givesmost general satisfaction. fmn 1 to 6. on last Thursday. Mr. Jones' family consisted of himself, wife and little grandson. The Are You Going to the Picnic? family dined as usual, Mr. Jones eatIf so you should go to Clark's and silv&O'iy AVw'f ftpyiv fhdlvi ing a hearty diuuer, being quite cheerful. Soon after dinner the famprovide yourself with all the dainty ily went into the sitting room and ho morselB that can only be found there. took a chair. In a little while Mrs. They have everything in stock, fresh Jones noticed something about him and pure, in canned soups, sardines,, at which she became alarmed. Leaving the little boy with his grandpa meats, lobster for salads, olive oil, anshe ran into the yard and rang the chovies, jellies,, biscuits, cheese, etc. farm bell for help. On her return Fruits and vegetables, as well as butinto the house she found him still ter and eggs, are received daily. dead. Had sitting in his chair but Mr. Jones lived till the 20th of SepWE UNDERBUY AND UNDERSELL. tember he would havo been 78 yearB old. In all the relations of life he & Co., E. B. acted his part well. He was a good - "iZ'W.J. W--T City Market House. citizen, an affectionate husband, an indulgent father, a kind neighbor, a consistent Christian, and an active office: ruo.NE67-4- . HOMZ: PHONE mason. He was twice married. By 26 YEARS IN several chilhis former wife ho had dren who live to aeplore his loss. By SAME OLD STAMP. his second wife, who was the mother of your townsman, Mr. J. T. Wall, he COOKTEBY DILIGENCE Up Stairs in Henry Block, Op. Opera House. had no children. On Friday afternoon after divine worship conducted by Eld. A W. Meacham, the maBofaic'lfaternity took you and will do it if you will come and Bee my large stock of his remamBin charge" rind" buried FURNITURE AND KINDRED BRANCHES. them in hie 6wn family burying My expenses' are light, aB I am up stairs, and I will make it ground, with the honorsof tKe order pay you to come and Bee me. in the presence of a large tHection of sorrowing friends. ThV' writer I am prepared to do Undertaking in all its branches. lam also a practical EMBALNER. Refer jou to those that have tenders bis sympathies to the disconseen my work. solate widow and sorrowing children. 350 6 00 7 i 50 4 50 00 3 00 3 50 Oil From 15c Gate on up J. O. Cook's. A.BOALES.D.D.S. Dentist. well-informe- d 4 Clark 107-- 2- 22L It Can Sell 'F- t .M. A- - W. PYLE. 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