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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a l y VOL XIX HOPKINSVILLE r J KENTUCKY FRIDAY APRIL 9 1897 f 4 NO THE MURRAY CONVENTION 23 t ii OREAM OF HAS IT NEWS THJS COLUMN SPRING ELECTIONS To IF IT IS NEW AND TRUE No Itesults Mkely to be Keacliad day 5 Stacy Adams Sample Shoes 4 Cos H The Judicial district convention at Murray was organized yesterday afternoon but no news waB received up to the hour of going to press The judges race turns out to bo more in doubt than it at first appeared Over 000 Convert Judge Cook will be two votes Bhort of About 500 persons were converted a nomination on the first ballot and a at tho Presbyterian revival in Central combination on Phelps is possible City The meetings were the moat If Lyons official report is correct the candidates will have the following successful ever held in that place Btrength Damage Suit Filed Fast Train Tut On Ilcovy Hall Storm Paper For Pem Â¬ broke MlnUter MoKenzle Jtl Conductor Fined DEMOCRATS SEEM TO BE CETTINC TOCETHER Sweeping Victories In Ohio Michigan amfe Other State xi Gos entiresample line of We have just received Stacy Adam Mens fine Shoes The sizes are 6 6 1 2 7 and 7 1 2 on A B and C widths If your foot is the right size this is a rare chance to get a pair of shoes worth 25 per cent more than regular stock goods without any ad- Â¬ n ditional cost They comprise all the latest styles in tans oxbloods wines and cherry colors in calf vici kids patent leather and kangaroos IF YOU WANT FIRST GLASS CHOICE GALL AT ONCE v John with Calloway having robbed Mr R H Holland of Christian Lyon about 40 was arraigned before the Trigg examining court Tuesday morning and hold orer to the grand jury on a bond of 100 Failure In Clnrksvillo Held to Answer Taylor col charged cook rnELrs 13 burnett 141 160 747 296 350 53 1144 Arthur Moore a Clnrksville grocer filed a deed of truBt Monday after noou uamiug M C Pitman ob truB tee The assets are lebS than S1000 Liabilities Blightly in excess of the assets Ought to ltcnch the Persimmon j w Jtl n TT ANDERSON m CO a m Hon J W Morgau of this county is the tallest member of the Legislature beiug G feet 4 inches high He was elected to fill out the unexpired term of the late C M Brown who weighed 325 pounds The JJato Named m -- s m m s rw The Democratic Couuty Committee has named Saturday July 31 as the date for holding precinct conventions to appoint delegates to the county convention to be held in this city Monday August 2 to nominate can didates for couuty offices 1999 1144 1038 Total In the attorneys race the vote stands in Christian and Trigg counties Haubory 1083 Howell 905 Lyon is unreported bims 412 though all of the candidates got Hanbery and Sims some strength probably got a larger proportion The indications were that the three candidates would go in with about 12 10 aud 6 votes respectively without counting Calloway which iB un instructod Commonwealths Attor ney Jas B Garnett is at Murray as a delegate from Trigg county and there is some talk about springing his his name as a dark horse It iB not likely that anything of the sort will be done unless there should be a protracted deadlock The delegates in attendance from this county are C H Bush W T Cooper W S Hale J T Wall C M Meacham T C Hanbery W B Neely Frank Bell J B Allensworth J H Carloss and J 0 Cook Fiscal Court Proceedings i 1 Cause and Effect Cash And Low Price We paid the cash for a big lot I ICobbed a Store House Med The store house of Davis ock at Mortons Gap waB robbed a few nights ago Some thief removed a pane of a rear window crawled into the room cut out a panel and got into the main store room The loss waB not a very heavy one Change of llase oi Mens and womens fine shoes and will sell them at at a price that will please CLOSEST ZBTTTEEBS Mens new brown and oxblood shoes at 125 Wrta Tliese GOODS are FRESH and EVERY Ladies black lace shoes patent trimmed new at 200 snoe anywnere- v JSTETW SHOE GUARANTEED CO PETREE iSign of ttie Big Boot mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmn sir We Grive You WhatYouAskFor TTHERE are several ways of doing 5 business One is to put off Our way is to any old thing you may have on your customers defy competition give you just what you ask for and at prices that Now a DaYH- y No mm one wants to pay exorbitant prices for first class goods We are way down onjprices and know that yon cannot find a better class of goods in the state We would be glad to have you call and examine our stock of Harness and Saddlery you what we have If you do not want to buy it makes no difference we want to show No 7 South Main F A YOST St opposite Winfrce Bros CO 1 UUiUUUiUUUUiUiUUUaiiiUimWiUiUiU MIOHICkThe plant of the Fairview Review Detroit April 6 William C May will be moved to Pembroke May 1 bury Democrat was elected Mayor when the name of the paper will be today by about 300 majority over changed to The Review The first Capt Albert E Steward Republican issue will appear Fridav May 7 In view of Mr Mayburys victory it Messrs J E France and Tilford iB considered surprising that Judge Barnes of Elktouwill publish the pa Miner Democratic candidate for per but Esq W B Brewer will retain Police Justice was defeated by Judge logau County Democrats the proprietorship The Review is a Albert F SellerB Republican who newsy sheet ably edited and it is to Russellville Ky April 5 The was re elected by a majority fully bo hoped that the new venture may Democrats of Logau couuty have equal to that received byMaybury prove a success Mayburys election is looked upou nominated the following ticket Couuas a decided defeat for Gov Pingree Fast Service Kesumed ty Judge J W Clark Sheriff Marsh who practically Capt Stewart The Chicago trains which were Neely Jailer W T Price Assessor as his successor named as Mayor after tho discontinued four weeks ago on ac Ed Clark School Superintendent courts had overruled the Goveruora Mrs County count of the damaged coudition of Clerk Auna K Brodersou he could hold both M B Morton Circuit Clerk contention that T H track just west of J 101118 JivauB itepreseutative in Legis- the offices of Governor aud Mayor the E Midnight estimates based upon re- Â¬ EvaiiBville have been put back on lature W W Gill Surveyor Prvton turns thuB far received from theState the road the work of renairincr the Day Magistrate J S Flowers Con give Long upwards of 20000 plurality large crevaBse huving been completed stable Sam Proctor for Supreme Court Justice The Re There has been no change ot sch dule Aged Farmer Commits Suicide publican candidates for regents of The North bouud train passes at 930 Treutou Ky April 5 J Reed a the University are elected by proba- Â¬ a in and the south bouud passes at bly somewhat 912 pm Neither train- does any farmer aged eighty and residing at Judge Long ranlesser pluralities aB ahead of his ticket local business and only three or four Piuchem a few miles east of this generally McKinleys majortty iu stops are made between Nashville lace committed suicide yesterday in Michigan was about 58000 Pingrees and Evansville liBlroom by shooting himself through for Governor was 20000 greater To Â¬ the head Tho deceased lived with a days vote was light at most points Hall Does treat Damage son and had been iu bad health for and while many free silver gaitiB are The heavy rain storm which passed years which is supposed to have noted iu the Bmaller cities there were over this section yesterday morning brought about mental aberration a few slumps fnvorable to the Repub- Â¬ was accompauied in many places by causing the desperate deed The licans Democrats also elected their ticket hail The stones varied in size from body was cold when found in Grand Rapids Battle Creek Man Â¬ a buck shot to a hickory nut and it is Cumberland Coal Co Falls istee and St Joseph feared that much damage was done The Cumberland Coal Company to the fruit crop The raiu fell in INDIANA torrents for several hours causing the at Sturgis owned by capitalists of EvauBville IudApril 5 The Dem Â¬ low lauds to again become inundated Nashville Tenu with W W Smith ocrats elected Wm M Akin Jr Iu an hour the streams were out of as President and Isaac Reese Secre- Mayor und eleven Councilmen Tho their banks and Little River was tary assiaued Tuesday to city went Republican in November higher than it has been for Beveral Wilson as assignee TheClarence last assets years amount to 50000 liabilities about ILLINOIS the Bame The mines caught fire Wants 83000 Damages Chicago 111 April 7 Chicago haa two weeks ago and since then have been redeemed Carter H Harrison F C Arvin a former attendant at not beeu operated the Democratic candidate for Mayor Asylum has filed suit for 3000 the was elected yesterday by an enormous Minister MoKeuxle III damages ogainst Dr F A Mil A dispatch from Lima Peru dated plurality and an actural majority over ler first assistant physician of that all LaBt fall McKinley had 20400ft institution In the petition plaintiff April 6 says The illness from votes in Chicago aud a plurality of claims that Dr Miller Btated to divere which United States Minister James 59000 out of 349000 votes cast of persons that be Arvin swore to a lie A McKonzio has been which Bryan received 145000 Yes when ho stated to State Inspector some days hau devoted suffering for terday the vote was bb follows Car-Â¬ the most seLester during Ihb investigation here rious symptoniB and attacked the ter H Harrison Dem 144823 J M last Jauuary that he had seen the brain Today his physicians Harlin Ind 67072 N C Seam defendant under the influence of little hope that he will recover have Rep 7F66 W Hesing Business liquor The case will come up at the administration 15116 John Gletn June term Wedded In Nashville beck SocialiBt labor 1226 H L Tronton Ky April 7 James C Parmlee Pro 852 J I Pearce Jr Trigg County Nominations Ind 6865 F Howard Collier Ind Cadiz Ky April 5 At the joint White of Evansville Ind and Miss 88 Total 287434 Mattie B Sullivan of this place were jjemouruiiu ana ropuiist primary Harrisons plurality 76656 Har Â¬ held here Saturday tho following married at G oclock last night at the risons majority over all 2222 residence of Joe Edwards iu NashComplete roturnB from all tho wards officers wore nominated Ronrosenta ville Rev A J Ramsey performed show the election of twenty three Uve Dr J H Lackey Circuit Clerk the ceremony Democratic aldermen six Republi Â¬ A C Burnett County Judge John cans and five Independents Ah a D Shaw County Attorney Denny P Milliner Assigns result the Democrats will have a ma Smith County Clerk F K Grasty Madisonville Ky April 7Mra L jority of eight over all iu the nest N B Pollard School Super SheriO intendent Alfred Cunningham As A Farmer dealer in millinery goodB council supporters have Tho Hurrison sessor J H White Jailor G A assigned here to day Attorney Ruby Shoemaker Comer Albert Allen Laffoon was chosen as assignee taken the towu Impromptu paradea Liabilities 1500 assets 500 have been arrauged and brass banda Constable Thomas Finloy may be heard in every direction Mr Arthur W Flutt charged with the Miss Sarah Smith of uear Overton Harrison is president of the allied murder of Jesse Tyreo was arranged Tenu while attempting to cross silver clubs of Chicago aud his trev at Loxiucrton and nleadcd not eruiltv Eagle creak on u water grate wasl tho trial beiug set for Thursday wailied off and drowned Continued on Fifth IageJ The Fiscal court is still in sessiou and will not finish up the business until to morrow Tuesday and Wednesday were taken up in receiving reportB and al lowing claims agains the county The railroad bond matter is claim ing the attention of the court to day and the terms and conditions of the new bonds will be fixed A committe was appointed yester day to confer with the city council relative to putting up an iron bridga to tane toe place ol the rock bridge on North Main John M Dulin was reappointed road Supervisor for North Christian and J H Dillmau for South Christian Cincinnati April 5 The election in Cincinnati to day was for Major and other city otficerB and membere of the Board Legislation Tho Republican ticket waB headed by Levi C Goodale for Mayor and the Dem- Â¬ ocratic ticket by Gustav Tafe the latter being elected by a plurality of 7320 whild the city gave McKinley a plurality of almost 20000 lost No- vember and Caldwell Republican for Mayor three years ago a plural Â¬ ity of 6755 Althogh local issues controlled most of the municipal elections to day yet the general results throughout Ohio show Democratic gains along the lake shore the river coun- Â¬ ties and in the interior counties This gives the Democrats control of most of the machinery for the election next November of State officers and mem Gov BubL bers of the Legislature nellwill stand for a second term Senator Mark A Hanna iB the Re publican candidate for Senator ancS John R McLean the free silver can Â¬ didate for Senator These three lead- Â¬ ers as well as ex Senator Brice interested parties and contribute directly and indirectly to the orga ized efforts of the canvass The Democrats were successful in Zanesville Hamilton Cincinnati Springfield Gov Bushnelles home McKinleys home Akson Canton Columbus Dayton Sandusky New Â¬ ark Circleville Millersburg Pomsey Columbia Bucysus New Brmen Kent St Marys Wopokoneta Tiffin Napolean Bradford Junction Ports worth and Youngstown The Republicans elected city officers in Cleveland by reduced ma- jorty Ironton Toledo Steubenville Kavenna Alliance and warren At least twenty ot the towns that went Democratic went lat year for McKinley Jp 4 CC 236 v 3jptifttfUle SNAKES SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE tntutkian UNDONE A t BY HIS DOUBLE Th Winter Tenants of an Old Woll bordering the highway which contains something quite entertaining to mo nu which may not uc wholly without antarcst to tho readers of the Granite Somo Observations Not far from mv Iioubo is a field x5 Father Time has to halt when he meets a woman wlio knows how to take care Time of her health cant make her seem old v mmi ui Monthly Tho held on the side opposite tho ffond is joined by a largo meadow Jfrom which ft is separated by o fringe of til dors and white birches This ancadow is a favorite haunt of the bit- torn and in tho morning and evening liours his loud booming cries awake the echoes Ilcie among tho wild ancadow grass and sedge the lovely begonia blooni3 in profusion through the summer months and the rcd- winged blackbird scolds fiom the tops of tho aldr thickets On the other edge of the field near tho road is a row of largo sugar maples throwing jn summer a cooiiniijTiii i in sunup ior the dusty traveler and one giant elm reaching out his proud branches 80 feet or more above the earth an seeming to draw haughtily aloof from tho more humble trees at his iwih up wit It joK tnl diit Beneath the elm - tho old uiW but this like the cellar - tilled tip with rocks and coeril owr v ith dirt This ucl is Here they stay my sdAp don through tlif winter Black snakes tripcd gnales green snakes wood snakes and adders snakes long short big and little live together among the rocks in the old well for nearly six months in the year They do not come out until the lat Â¬ ter part of April for the heat cannot reach them very early in their under Â¬ ground home After the ground has been thoroughly warmed and the sun is shining bright some warm day near the lose of April or the first of May I have seen three black heads sticking outof the ground from one hole Go near them and all disappear More commonly one will appear at a time First with his nose just in ight he may lie all day if not dis- Â¬ turbed not rising above the level of he ground Next day he is bolder iind stays for hours resting about six inches from the mouth of the hole looking like a dried stick from tho tree above him Approach nearer tind the head sways slightly and he backs out of sight But you cannot keep him long in the den after the warm days of summer have actually begun Ho will sneak out when you aire not looking and escape The adder does not come out in the manner of the blacksnake He may lie for a day or two with his nose just visible in order to get warmed up but when he gets ready to come out he does so without any rcconnoitering I have never seen an adders head raised above the ground when he is ready to come out In this den the i- mother of a family that makes no differ niw Klip ii hound to be young became her heart is younir and there is rich young blood circulating in her veins She doesnt need cosmetics and face Iurc blood powders and skin preservers is the only true skin preserver Out when a womans blood is full of bil ious impurities she can neither look young nor feel young Her whole constitution is poisoned with bad blood It permeates cv ery part It paralyzes the nerve centres weakens the stomach irritates the heart preys upon the lutigs and bronchial tubes It reduces a woman to a state of weakness nrvniisnrss irritibilitv deiection and mel ancholy Such a woman cant possibly be youthful no matter what her age may be She needs the youthfulness of highly vitalized blood Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will give it to her It will help any woman to get back her youth and freshness again It gives the digestive aad blood making side organs and the liver power to produce good Years ago there was an old fann pure healthy blood It gives color to the cheeks the eyes drives away housc uitli its accompanying barn in pimples and sparkle to wipes away wrinkles and blotches they were rounds out emaciated forms and creates this fiobl but lonj ago and lie eel fir was tilled firm natural healthy flesh moved She may be the Gardner of Grafton York Co Mrs Rebecca writes When I was married I weighed 125 pounds I was taken sick and reduced in health and broke out with a disease which my doctor said was eczema He treated my disease but failed to do me nnv good and I fell awav to 90 pounds I began using Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ covery and thank God and you I began to improve Now I weigh 140 pounds and have only taken two bottles I cannot say too much about the medicine My husband says I look younger than I did the first time he saw me 15 years ago 1 Va A EBuck the Republican hosi of Gporgin was nominated to be United States Minister to Japan Eye and Skin applying Chamberlains Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cuicd hy it It is equally efficient for itching piles and n favorite rem edy for sore nipples chapped hardt chil blains frost bites and chronic sore eyes For baits by druggists at 25 cents per box DISEASES OP THE SKIN The intense itching and bmnrting incident to eczema tetter salt rheum nnd other diseases of the skin is instantly allayed by Try Dr failys Condition Ponders they crejuat whntu horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Sold by K C Hardwick druggist Jatnea Boyle of Oho was nomina Â¬ 1 ted to be Uuitel States Consul Liverpool England Working Womans Home Association 21 S Peora St Chicago 111 Jan 11 1896 i i then Ihey would resist 1 blacksnakcs predominate there prob ably being half a dozen of these to one of any other kind Adders come next on the list and last a few stri ped green and wood snakes These are smaller than their neighbors and quicker darting back into the hole very suddenly when jou approach I have seldom been able to capture any of these but nearly every spring I get some black ones and a few adders The longest tnake captured from this den was a black one five They will ieet four inches long probably average about four feet I have never seen as manv snakes bore since as there were the first spring ihe don was dibcovorod Perhaps it is because I do not watch them as closely as I did then but I do not think as many wintor hero now 1 was quite young when we found these snako holes ono day by accident and not having much else to do I watched the place very closely and killed a largo number beforo they were warm and nimble enough to escape for at first they are numb and stupid Sometimes impatient at the slow motions of some old fellow who did not seem inclined to show moro than a fow inches of his head and neck I would creep as near as possible unobserved by keeping behind the old elm then dj making a quick rush I would bo nolo to seize him by the neck beforo hooould back into the ground Even Our Working Womans Home Ah sociatiou used Foleya Honey and Tar six years ago and are using it today It has always been a favorite for while its taste is not at all un its effects are very retary of tho treasury Charles F eneficial It has never yet disap Crisp of Georgia and Thomas B Wtoh mr ttsmi til rvftoui nntt ttiil ita These are some but not all blesuccess sincerely yours Laura G Reed of the speakers who havo obtained Fixen Bus Agr For sale by C K celebrity Wyly Tho list of speakers who are little There is quite a little excitement in remembered is perhaps even longer Adair county over the discovery of In recent years there has been J War- Â¬ onyx stone ren Keifer of Ohio Beforo the war of there was William Pennington Whether its a stubborn cold or New Jersey who had been governor ibt a siiifile you can cur it with Dr of that state ho was elected gov- Â¬ B lls Pine Tar Houev This famous leinedy taken in time will stop the ernor 23 years befoio ho became Drogress of consumption and biiug tpeakor and there was Andrew Stevenson of Virginia who presided color of health to the palid cheek over the deliberations of four succes- Â¬ There iH a man iu Washington sive American congresses and was tho cmuty who says he has drank 202- - only speaker to do so Few persons 00 c ips of coffee of the present day and few students of American history remember jeven My NolglilKir Tolil MiAboutlloods Sursaparilla and advised tho name of StevcnBon fowor still me to try it This is tho kind of ad know from what stato ho camo Tho vertising which gives Hoods Siiirii speakership of congress is either a ambitious pHiillo tho largest sales in the world Btepping stone for nn Fiifuds tells frieuds that Hoods Sftr statesman or the culminating point of sapanllrt cures that it gies strength official service for a negative man health vitality and vigor and whole whose ehoico is sometimes dictated by neighborhoods uses it as a finiily the desire or necessity for compromedicine mise With tho enlargement of mem- Â¬ of Hoods Pills act easily and prompt- bership in congress the powers Â¬ tho speaker increase as the enlargely on the liver and bonelo Cuie ment of the senate has a contrary sick heidache effect by limiting the influence of tho Shepherdsville will soon have tele- vice president N Y Sun phone connection with Boston ami Mails of Various Sorts Elizabethtowr Who Crossed a Supposed PROPRIETORS OF Compliment Too Far When you havo been compliment There have boon 32 speakers of the cd or when you think you hav e been i louse ot representatives When the complimented once about tho best ClarksMiUe term spcakor originated in Eng thing to do abdut it is to let it go at land it was tho custom of tho sover that and not try to makoascriul story e Solicit the Patronage of All Who Have Tobacco to Sell eign to dclivor orally to jxirlinmcnt cf it such communication as he desired to Paul Wilslach of Iho Columbia Storage to Shippers make at the commencement of u ses- theater staff was taughtthis at one Tho houso so addressed re f imo in his life Mr Wilslach was sion sponded to tho communication Tho entertaining a thcalrieal friend und presiding officer headed the proces his wife two persons whose latest X J 0 KENDRICK Salesman sion of members of tho house waited venture had led them into tho south Â¬ upon tlm sovereign und read the re west Ono day in tho course of tho sponse thus Bpeuking for the wholo visit Mr Wilstach and the tiiitbiMilitiD TOM IMAJORT JAS D HEADLEY Jn body lliorclrom comes the term gtioj l call him Mr Davis for short LiitLtiforkrltsvllle ifeim Lixtoof Glvcnsllcndloy ACo spcaia r which we adopted from MM wero conversing about famous The first western characters tho British parliament Tho talk congress heard Washingtons address touched upon Frank lames and prepared u reply which the I knew Frank James very well speaker accompanied by tlfo mem Â¬ said Mr Davis lies quite a fellow bers of the house delivered to the as you perhaps know president May 8 1789 INDKlKKDKNTJ Yes I rather imagine he mudtbo Thomas JeiForpnn determined that considered us onr of tho stars of TOM P MAJOR CO Props his communications to congress southwestern life hind Wilslach ad 805 807 809 bhotild be made by written message miringly nnd 811 West Main Tt must bo a great thing Nos no answer would be ex- to he a famous man even if your fame and that 3 This led to a general change is of a pcouliar sort By the way 1 pected m wwwwwwe nmsamm iiiiiii in this regard in congress and other dont remember ever having scon tt mmm Not Â¬ picttire of Frank James What does American legislate e bodies 1MC5S2 withstanding this the title speaker he look like anyway has adhered and many of the former Woll do you know Mr Davis re Â¬ speakers may bo included if not in- Â¬ plied I dont believe I over saw one all of them in one of man who resembled another so closely deed two classes Either they have asyou yourself resemble him 1 have celebrated aftcrwurd in noticed it frequently and have in- Â¬ become the field of national politics or tended to speak to you about it they have become totally obscure Mr Wilstach was delighted To In the former class aro to bo included bo the double of a man known proba JTenry Clay who was the speaker in bly all over the continent was somo three congresses and was moreover a distinction United States senator secretary of But he could not be content to rest AND state and repeatedly a condidate for in his delight lie must press the president John Bell of Tennessee limit of it Uc wanted other people who was secretary of war United to know about it For of what use is Slates senator and a candidate for it to look like a famed character untho presidency in 18G0 James K less the fact is generally known Polk who was the eleventh president Tljere was to be a theater party of of the United States inaugurated in friends of the Wilstachs and Davises Mr F M WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Ky is my solicitor 1845 ten years after he becamespcak that night and before the parly had er Robert M T Hunter of Vio ginia reached their boxes tho proud Mr who was United States senator and Wilstach had succeeded in conveying NAT GAITHER JAMES WEST confederate secretary of war Rob- Â¬ the story of his resemblance to all the ert C Winthrop of Massachusetts members with the exception of Mrs who was a United States senator from Davis wife of tho man who had or- Â¬ the Bay state Tlowell Cobb of Geor- Â¬ iginally told him of it Watching his gia who was governor of that state chance when he was sure of attention secretary of the treasury under Pres- Â¬ of all his friends Wilstach said Oh ident Buchanan and a member of the Mrs Davis- you know Frank James TOBACCO Galusha A thecminentwestern ex bandit rather confederate congress v Grow a veteran member of congress well do you not Mrs Davis con- Â¬ who born in Connecticut in 182i ceded that she did was elected in November a represent- Â¬ Tell me what 6ort of a looking ative from Pennsylvania- Nathaniel man he is Whom would you say he P Banks Schuyler Colfax after- Â¬ resembles Liberal advances made on Tobacco Four months storage Free ward vice president James G Blaine Oh said Mrs Davis carelessly twice secretary of state a United 1 should say like almost any old States senator from Maine and a re- Â¬ farmer one of tho publican candidate for president in kind you know who patronizes tho afterward gold brick industry and blows out the 1884 John G- Carlisle SUCCESSORS TO J K TWYMAN United States senator and now sec- Â¬ gas Man Many Who Wore- Famous a tl Many Who Were Not Thoro linvo been fil congresses Central Tobacco Warehouse Tenn rcc Cash AdvjmfR MmJe on Consignments 1 3V LAcTOT T Tobacco Warehouse M Street w ESTABLISHED IN BAMOEL HOOSSON Imppitei find Manxiiactrirei or TABLETS ETC Marble Granite Monuments J Term Clarksville V i AITHER WEST COMMISION MERCHANTS Hopkinsville Ky J R REEVES K Choice Staple and- I The curtain went up on the next act then and Mr Wilstach sat in si- Â¬ lent and depressed painand no one in all that box party had a tender word of sympathy for him Chicago Rec- Â¬ ord liariclle a fiill Line of g LADY BLESSINGT0N Melancholy Results of Her Efforts in PRICES THE LOWEST GIVE TELEPHONE 97 11 Fancy G-rocex-i- es TJS A CALL SS careÂ¬ so firmly as if A M m sometimes to allow themselves to bo pulled to pieces rather than let go their hold from tho rocks below I havo never seen a snako lingering around vherp iu tho fall but they know gwno way to find tho den for sinco jthonrst spring tho number has not seemed to diminish and each spring after tho enow has all disappeared and tho surface of tho ground is warm and dry I expect to seo a black head stick ing out of tno old weu unuor uio oim Granito Monthly Only Ono Let parents not live for their chil dren but with them Tho mother should allow no false modesty to stand in the way of her daughters knowledge of herself of her posibili ties of her perils For over thirly years Dr Pierce has used his Fa- vonto loicnptiou as a Btrengtneuer a purifier a regulator It world dinctly upon the delicate dhtiujily fein in uo orgtuiH iu a natural sooth ing way it searches out tno wean spots and builds them up A wnmnn who would understand herself shoud send 21 conts to the Worlds Dispeu snry Buffalo NY for Dr Pierces f Medical Adviser a book of J00S pagts The Senate at Wtshiugtou adopted a resolutiou protesting against the trial of Gen Ruiz Rivera tho captured Cuban commander by drum head court martial of That Kind a man said the young woman in tho course of tho controversy Really said tho young man I Ihink Adam is the only porsou on record who had that experience 1 wish I had been born CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Th hi- - The first nails were undoubtedly the sharp teeth of various animals then it is believed pointed frag Â¬ ments of flint followed Tho first manufactured metal nails wero of bronzo Tho nail with which Jael killed Sisera was a wooden tent pin probably pointed with iron Bronzo nails havo been found in tho Swiss lake dwellings in sovoral places in Franco and in tho Valley of tho Nile Until tho presont century iron nails were forged a blacksmith being able to malco only two or threo dozen a day The first cnt nails wore made by Jeremiah Wilkinson in Rhode Island in 1775 Tho first patented nail ma- Â¬ chine was y Perkins 1795 and its product of 200000 nails a day was considered so enormous that somo persons deemed tho result duo to a supernatural agency Many im- Â¬ provements in nail making machines The dozens of idlo mon who call on greatly increasing tho quantity and a busy man overy day in ordor to bo quality of thoir output havo been jovial inspire a great lovo in his heart mado in tho present century for reserved persons Atchison A snowstorm costs a large city on immenso sum of money After the last storm in Now York city tho cost of clearing tho principal streets Globe Literature The most gorgeous Lady Blessing- Ion as she was christened by her very old admirer Dr Parr has long since passed into the regions of oblivion for tho general world says the London Spectator As an authoress she never succeeded in making any mark though she worked at the business as hard as any of her succobsorsof the present day Ilor novels were many and fashionable Mrs Gore like in thoir method and filled with strange and wandering scraps of French She edited books of beauty for fancy clients and at fancy prices and when the News was first started under the editorship of Charles Dickens she was offered an engagement as a purveyor of fashionable intelligence and asked 800 a year for it She was offered cither 400 as a certainty or 250 for six months on approval and confident- Â¬ ly choso the latter with the melan- Â¬ choly result at the end of the term Dickens having in tho meantime re Â¬ tired from his uncongenial work and John Foster having accepted his post she was informed that her services wero no longer wanted Sho fought for her hand hard enough in later days poor lady after years of ArabianNights luxury with her magnificont husband but wo fear that her position in the literary world was not at any time ono of solid se- Â¬ curity Privately sho lived under a cloud from tho 6candal which always connected her name with Count dOrsay and wo suppose not without reason At all events they never ap Â¬ pear to havo taken any stops to defend themselves against tho charges of pa Â¬ pers like tho Age which anticipated a similar class of journals that sprang up in our own day and rather suf- Â¬ fered judgment by default Stealing Other Mens Time Oliibbin cr Li at THE KENTUCKIANS 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ttimitilx wcolcs Oalloway Second Monday in Aprilterm tlio fcoast range about ftO miles Booth three week First Monday in August term cast of Ix3 Angeles which took fetich two weeks Becond Monday in November bold unou their fnncy thnt they were Verm three weeks Lyon First Monday in May term two never satisfied until they hnd estab weeKj tlrst Monday in August term two weeks j first Monday In September term two lished their realhiK headquarters there weeks And Indeed one could wuirccly iinny hie a more Ideal retreat thnn thltt and bustle Far away from PROFESSIONAL CARDS up In u canyon the hurry purling1 where are streams and noddlngferns and spread cms ing live oaks nestled within WILLIAM B NEELY cent of the mountains is the unpreten Â¬ tious white frame vlllu- - Ardcn they Attorney at Lawhave called this mountain home in Sargent Building -- Main St honor of Shakespeares Forest of Ar Special Attention to the den Here Mod jeska comes each sum mer to spend an much time as her busy Collo2tiou of Claims lifo will permit The drive from the fertile Santa Ana vaileyrleads through CRANK RIVES the Santiago canyon one of the most beautiful spots In Routhern California Attoney at Law nnd is eharmlng- beyond description Hopklnsville Ky So Krnduul is the ascent that one passes Practice in the Courts ot Christian and ad from an elevation of 500 feet above the oiningcountleB sea level to 2500 feet scarcely realizing Office Court St near Weber that one has been climbing The road winds through groves of immensrt live oak sycamore trees whose branches Bw ABFIHLOJr are festooned with wild grapevine and Lawyer woodbine and other creepers crosses agnjn and again a beautiful HopkinsvllleKy mountain stream Hero and there Office with CalltsA Wallace stand out great bunches of the tuli white California popples and in their season the stately yuccas crowned nR M 8 MERRIWETHER with their great white panicles the Late of Louisville feathery elder the white clematis and large beds of cactus brilliant with their Dentist t beautiful yellow and crLmson blossoms Hopklnsville Ky The crested rond and ripe tunas Office in SummersCuildtug over Basaett runhers scamper ahead of the horses Gos the doves call across the canyon and flocks of startled quail whirr from coverts by the roadside MDIIEW SARGENT M D At last we find ourselves at the enÂ¬ Physician and Surgeon trance to tho Modjeskn canyon which tlopklnsviffe Ky vderi Ino n magnificent natural park claims from Ofllce jfHth and Main streets opposite City lly buying up differerlt olti mountaineers they have row about Court Room t 2000 acres of land Telephone No5 The tillable parti t Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Sc r irffnTntTtHlnii i V sir V- v- a UIKC01T COCK DIKHCTOUY THIS AND THAT A liiaohjno userl by 1 inoleli-mnk-higiir- BURNING Will THE BLOCKADE by Not Bo Prdclu od the Mod M cute 0000000 Bticksncuay then nrrunges thorn ovoi a Vat niiu wlidre tho hencls arc put on at ft sur Â¬ prising rate of speed Tho nvorngo cost of no1ikwnr Nelsons time was only TGP for in TliQfagni a large 100 gtm ship ficcnt one of the latest ami finest at 6ost present in the British nayj i 7v Xw y 4 900000 From the time Hint the bureau of printing and engraving in the United States treasury department receives the blank paper which is to bo converted into money 101 persons handle each note before it is ready for circulation The Court theater in Munich has revolving stage The part in view a of tho audienco represents of a circle A change of scene can be effected in 11 seconds by bringing to tho front the next quarter of the circle A tramp called at a house in El- Â¬ gin 111 and begged for food saying ho was starving The lady who an Â¬ swered his knock otTcred him a loaf of bread but he indignantly refused to take it saying he was not hungry enough to eat bread Take four pieces of glpss or board and paint them red black green and yellow Lay them outdoors at night and in the morning the red and black will be perfectly dry the green willbo damp and the yellow will bo covered with moisture A century ago New York was a mere village in comparison with the metropolis of to day In 1 790 seven years after tho close of the revolu- Â¬ tionary wurits population has reached only yU131 and ten years later al- Â¬ though it was u decade of groat pros- Â¬ perity tho population had reached one-quarter em Naval Method Tho recent practice of Admiral Bruces squadron at Charleston in eu doavoring to maintain a bloqkade and of tho Vcsmius in nltomptilig to tvado it was considering the umall sealo in which it ha hitherto been tried instructive That blockades are still to form an important part of warfare was recent- Â¬ ly shown by Capt Mahan who de- Â¬ voted an essay to studying tho re quirements for shutting up a hostile fleet in its harbors or rendezvous and preventing it from escaping In our civil war blockade duty be Â¬ came very important through the extent of tho south Atlantic seaboard and tho numerous attempts to intro- Â¬ duce supplies to confederate ports and take out cotton Bermuda Nassau Havana and Matamoras were the four principal points that served as bases for the blockade runners and Nassau in the Bahamas was tho most used as it was only 500 miles from Savannah a little more from Charleston and but o0 from Wilmington N C these three points being the chief seats of commerce on tho eastern coast held by tho confederates Bermuda came next to Nassau and its closest con- Â¬ nection was with Wilmington G74 miles away At first any available vessels were used but soon light swift low hulled steamers often side wheelers painted a dull gray or lcaiLcolor and so not easily visible on the sea were speedi- Â¬ ly built as Prof Soley has shown and became tho typical blockade runners from the Bahamas and tho Bermudas The two short masts carried no yards tho funnels were telescopic the for-Â¬ ward deck was turtle back for goyig through heavy seas and anthracite coal from tho United States which made no smoke was burned until the JlllllJi THAT THE HUimHH SEE OF- - r Hmiti Hill iHi III IIHJI illlit niJLL LL IjVl iK 7 TTm iTtnutiiHrffrirrri n i n tnnTTVn n Il ol AVcgctablcPrcparalionfor As- Â¬ similating iherood fltKlRcgula ting the Stomachs ondBowels of W frm FAOSIMILE SIGNATURE Not Narc otic IbcAtlUSJu jfniteSetd JVpparawt -iHCtrianaltSoiai Promotes DigesKonChccr Ful ncss andHestContalns neither OpiumMorpliine nor Mineral 7 IS ON THE Xecyx arOldDrSAMUELEITUIEa Pumpkin Seed WRAPPER OP EVERY MxJcnna liemSctd -Itrnftid Samr Srtnyrm tJanr BOTTLE for Constipa- Â¬ OB1 tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea WormsConvulsionsFcvcrish ncss and Loss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of Aperfcct Remedy NEW YORK Oastorla la trat hd In ono sizo bottles only It is not sold la bulk Dont allow anyono to sell you anything elc on lo ploa or promise that Is just as good and sill answer every pur Â¬ Seo that yon got pose Tha is- - t EXACT COPV OF WRAPPBRi H tinllo tijpatnto et LKzfiJ V vvv vv iwwarjjfljBjgKjlHtMWWWPE jmpf Sbi54 BTCr J only G0489 TG YATES jt Office Physician and Oculist Hopklnsville Ky with Dri Hill Main stree Va vstoovm J iU ifiT awra 1car i if McOALLENH First National Barbershop Hopklnsville Ky Rear ol First National Bank 9th street I H s The Carthaginians became a na- Â¬ tion in tho ninth century B C with the founding of their city by Dido or She Elissa as she was called and was a princess of Tyre her husband being killed by malion the kinjr and her own lifo threatened she fled with a num Â¬ ber of adherents and started a new colony THE A MODEL WIFE BOYDPOOL Barbers 7th street Hopklnsville Ky Especial attention to patrons clean Linen Satisfactory service Call and bo convinced j WHEHK JlODJESKA REST3 C H GUMAER M D ntACTICE LIMITED TO Eye Ear Hose antf Throat 41B UPPER FIRST STREET EVANSVILLE 1ND O- - V Time Table TRIINS GOINO SOUTH Lv KvauBvlllc No 1 Dally Mall Express Corydon Morganfield DeKoven Henderson Ar Hopkinevllle NORTH BOUND No 2 Marlon Princeton 616am 702am 723am 766am 82Tam B2Iam 1021am 1130 am No s Dally Mail Express 608pm 631pm 603pm 637pm 735pm 840pm 960pm 4 42ipm has been set to orchards of oranges walnuts olives and deciduous fruits and a considerable vineyard The mountain sides ufford abundant grazing for tho flocks nnd herds Two miles or more from the entrance sharp turn in the road and after Once more crossing the stream we haxe our first glimpse of the house and grounds The broad lawns beneath the spreading live oaks make a de-Â¬ lightfully cool and restful picture The house is nestled within a orescent of the mountain which rises behind it in terraced greenery In front of the house is an old fashioned stone curbed well from which an iron bound bucket draws deliclously cold water Ham No Daily Dally Mall Express Mall Express 620a m 253 pm lvHoptcuavlile 415 p in 627 am At Princeton 641 p m 731 a m Marlon 637 p m DeKoven 827 am Morganfield 712 pm 912 am 162 am Henderson 1040a m 865p m ArKvansvllle LOCAL FBEIUHT 715 am Dally Lv Princeton ArHopklnsvllle 1020 am Corydon 930a m 741 807 pm pm Hopklnsville and Prineeton UNIONTOWN BKANCH South Bound Dally 725a m Uniontown lv Monranfleld 750am Ar Bound Hilly North LvMorganfleid 010 a m 35 a in Ar Uniontown K 600 pm Lv Ar Princeton 7i5i m carry passengers between Local freight will 525 p m 60 pro O P A MSubrwood Agt nopklnsvlllaKy a F 715pm 740pm Mitchell JAr In connection with COiS W and Illinois Central to Louisville Clncinnatti Memphis New Orleans and points oeyond 620am 353 p m Lv Hopklnsville 7 10 a m 040 pm A r Memphis 12tOuooii 650 pm ArPadueaU V Ar New Orleans 740 am 730 pm 618 pm 1110 pm Louisville 640 am Ar Cincinnati Close connection nude at Princeton with carrying Pull through solid vestibule trains man buffet sleepers and free reollnlng chair cars VIAOIIIO VALLEY RAILWAY Y oUISVILLEST LOUIS AS RAILWAY No 63 Dally fe TEX No 61 Dally west bound Lv Louisville West Point Brandenbmg Irvington Stephensport Cloverport Hawesvllle Lewlsport Owensboro Spotsvllle Ar Henderson KASTBeuNO 1131 p m 13 41 pm 1165 pm 118pm No 62 745am am am 040am tm 918pm 1088 am 9 44 p m 11 05 1 m 10 08 pm 1128 ini 12 7 20pm 840 7 66pm 014 8 20pm 8 68pm 10 18 680pm 10 48pm 07pm No M Dally SpotUvllle Owensboro Lewlsport Hawesvllle Cloverport Stephensport Irvfngton Brandenburg West Point Ar Louisville Lv Henderson 20am 43am 810pm 4 32 p in 9 07am 9 80am 463pm 967am 5 17pm 10 18 a m 6 85 p in 1100 am 610pm II Mam 880 pin 13 05 pm 710pm loopm 800pm 7 7 DsUy aBAprn 8 27am lp For further Information address H 0 Morhob A G P A LoulsvllloKy or W L Mitts Owensboro Ky i HirANTED KAlTHKHLMKNOU WOMKN to travel or luspunsible established lioufn in Kentucky Soiury i7M and expenses Positions- permanent Knolose Heferonee self addressed stamped eityloie The Nu tlonal Star Jmuranco Hldg Chicago mocks and easy chairs invite you to linger nnd listen to tho murmur of the stream the plash of the fountain the song of the birds the drone of the bee while you drink in deep breaths of exhilarating air and gaze jour fill upon the mountain peaks tho deep blue sky and the fern draped terraces Hejonfl the house the scene becomes more wild nnd rugged the mountains crouch closer together leaving only room for the road and the stream to wind nbout and in and out until the road disappears and nature is left In undisturbed sublimity Count Dozen to with the nld of Ilalph Modjeskas en gineering skill has conducted water from these mountain solitudes for do- Â¬ mestic purposes and for irrigating his orchards In the improvements that have been ivside there has Ween an effort to supplement the natural beauties but to leave nature as undisturbed as possi ble and Uie result is most pleasing The house is quaint and attractive in its appearance charming in its arrangement nnd interesting throughout But tho room about which tJie rest of the house seems to cluster is a large one which serves as studio library and music room combined The walls are lined with bookcases containing vnlu able libraries in Polish French and English A fireplace of medieval de sign built of hewn stone with a high narrow shelf is ornamental the cool evenings and mornings are made more comfortable by its openi fire Couches n cozy corners an organ and a concert grand piano combine with pictures and nrt treasures picked up in all lands to make this room most quaint and attractive The light comes through a stained glass window high up In tho north gable I recall a summers even- Â¬ ing when the fading light of the sun Â¬ set aftorglow fell softly through tho stalued glass of tho window nnd the Bhndows crept from their hiding places and reached out their arms to chase tho dajr nwny when the sweet strains of Avo Maria filled the quaint room with melody and tho mind wjth a tangle of weird fancies thut made it all seem a piotura from an old time story book Land ofSunshtne Silt In Plowir Holder Flower- - holders aro now bfilng made of satin or suodo dancing slippers A lining of zinc or tin is made to fit in side the slipper which is Ahan filled with wetpaui qpL stuck full ofjbcauti ful lyoesama it makes an unusual but prettyqrnament for a mans center table Profound Essay Upon a Subject of Paramount Importance This kind of a person of our ideal is not easV found as it takes much of thought and knowledge upon the part of man and woman to become thoroughly acquainted with each others way in every toil of life Our writer of this article had had no experience as to a model wife and yet if he should find one it would be a pattern for all to follow She doubt- Â¬ less would be good and kind and lovea ble whose house will be as handsome as can be on tho inside She should e ready to receive him on his return and also at his departure for the city Then arrange your house in general see to the wants of the cook and hired girls as well as to all men about your place Pay all bilitt and run no debts if possible Dont idle away your time making calls to see neighbors Call on sick and the minister Do all the good you can to entertain strangers and moke them feel at home Have your rooms swept nnd this is generally what the model wife should do Of course husband and wife are dif- Â¬ ferently situated Some can live in the country while others like city Pay particular attention of what kind of a wife we get The start for some are as economical and will spend faster than wo can make let as a rule model wives are at ease in a way while others are not so saying As to a country girl for a wife she is far superior in many ways to those who have been brought up in the city As to the latter wife she likes theaters operas high life society and dress and out late at nights every week and all this that goes to make up a city life Whereas a country wife is ignorant to all such and has no ad Â¬ vantages maybe and they generally make tho best of wives Men married but aro not repenting at leisure Some have no way to either help themselves or their wives to tho road of prosperity Tho so called term of the model wife becomes penulous The lateness of tho hour has prevailed upon tho drainago of whisky to a fabulous price Tin calculation upon tho support of our nation has boon miscalculated down to sands of t im by extravagance of a failuro in not being able to econo- Â¬ mise in years of our youth Can it bo possible to have a model wifo if our husbands means aro limited beyond control simply by pleasing solf I trust not A model wifo should bo at the post of hor own country and if wo got only flvo cents though it bo small it will bo 25 times that amount if saved by industrious and thrifty husband who gives it to his wifo to keen for him for somo day in need Fullers Gloanor Man Likes Sympathy I heard of Dr Bells Pine Tar THE JOURNAC Houey and Beoiug many recommendations from different persons of its Kri iTV t7A rMjrT taBnf fe wonderful valuable merits I thought I would try a bottle I have been seriously affected for tweuty five years with a cough and pains in my side I and breast that were causing me a BfADV YOnK H TlMttlKV miserable life I spent hundreds of Is rmlvTKBllr r nlzed as tho most comrleto newxpaiHT iu dollars with doctors aud for medi jwkljuriel brighter the world It lias mnrorend any other cine but everything failed until I Inif or tJKtlltni the unci bettpr ttian ot America Hoplety Journal It Is lis matter found this wouderful remedy It and unique liiaBimtcli ax nilweekly tho is oriirtual The iwuutn er dls cusies doinpn of muer beats the world aud saved my life I puticij inandcuv iiii nun roeclaljarKecitieslnTOIV1V nonh hurope A America feature of recommend Dr Bells Piue Tar Houey I lllICS Is ItH xhort stories They are by thbest writers of Luro and utronir to everybody with weak lungs It is a cleer pretty and clean America always Depart The Financial by all prominent bankers aud is great success J B Rossell Grants ruentand rendoiipsiIoiis of nuance TOWN capital ou juts said that over 50 vessels made but ono TOIltfi is considered an anthorlty leading1 books of the burg 111 day are rnWtmed by Ihe Onlooker voyage each 23 two six vessels three Hrtflnd treat interest In AfleldThe lover of and Afloat on IaiiiI aud Water voyages and so on to two that made and The Veteran New cabbage lettuce onions peas hiHirtsyon Itilorniedon Horse racimr The Tashion art cle Is of irreat Interest to the ladles The mis Â¬ ten voyages and ono that made 18 lie plttut aud radishes are of the mar- cellaneous matter of TOWN TUIMC8 consists of ket N Y Sun jwms lever and trlwht comic anil Iratflc by the poets linrlennniM Jokes witticisms etc by the cleverest humorists of t he dai Trice 10 cts Yuur Intelligence Most Popular English Woman Baroness Burdett Cotts accord- - ur Yoiutelligence is questioned by Tales From Town Topics ing to a note taken by a London the druggist who tries to influence llhno Initfl paircs a Quarterly Srairailne Fiction now Its sixth car Issued newspaper is tho most popular wom you to let him bottle anything for June Septemberj ami December h t day of JlarchJ A complete novel by Mime well known author you when you nek for Dr Bells Pine an in England outside of tho mem Â¬ iiuiuvi iue remainuer 01 me volume druggist bers of the royal family Ellon Tarry Tar Honey No ho cannot cau put rpuslataof hturtoi burlesques poemfar wlitidlhUlkto tU frouj TOV TUlltV hack i up this up for you riublc ear Adehna Patti Lady Warwick and anything like it it is not to put had make cwi Ivetlnn fresh reading lrlce 3U it be Lady Henry Somerset como next in in bulk it is to be hud only in 25c Special Subscription Offer the order named f0cc and SI bottles There is uothiug Good to March J 1S07 just as gojd as Dr Bells Emersons Ideal Man Tor SI OH TOW mouths Avoid those substitutes with nltobnck volumem TOPICS for three TONA f TAIUs IllOl a jioniis Tones FitnuIOWX TOIIOS for one year and is easy in tho world to livo after uimilar souubiug names When vou It lo BIoo volumes of TMUS IHOM IOU tho worlds opinions it is easy in buy D Bells Piue Tar Honey see fonr wik FUtK u 110NHS TJIIMI ioriOtiierfiiar lull Hubm riptlan price fr solitude to livo after our own but the Unit the bottle has never boon opened to and rviu IlioiironN TOIMCS Toritt atlonsforope year and ten Ixtli great man is ho who in tho midgt of nnd thnt it bears the picture and tes- hack voIuiih i ni TMCs l iiOM TUNV vt of Good Old Granny Met crowd keeps with porfect sweet- Â¬ timony Bonih tho iniiobj r Ileuitt calfe and tho name of the E K chumce to V O Miiiin orderSUH New lurk Ex 3th Atuuue UiKrt ness tho independence of solitude Medicine Sutherland Company bew orli- lOvVft Emorsou Fouutuiu Park Paducah Ky government prohibited its exporta tion When running into port lights were put out tho binnacle and fire room hatch were covered and steam was blown oh under water Tho run from Nassau or Bermuda was often timed for a moonless night and a high tide for running in The run- Â¬ ners trusted entirely to speed and when ordered to heave to put on a high spurt if possible and risked stray shots and sometimes a long chase All sorts of tricks in seaman- Â¬ ship came into play and beyond doubt running the blockade was full of ex- Â¬ citement There was fun too when tho cul- Â¬ prits were sighted fortheblockaders If intense excitement ruled the pic- Â¬ turesque scene when Admiral Bruces ships were watching for the Vcsusius it might be imagined how the case was when real blockade runners were running out or in from Charleston or Wilmington The object of course was not destruction but capture and a prize sale Nassau grew rich out of blockade running When cotton was bought by the blockade runners it was trans- Â¬ shipped elsewhere and her aggregate exports and imports rose from 2 000000 in 18G0 to over 50000000 in 1SGG Then a terrible hurricane swept away her wealth and she had also lost her extra civil war commerce The run to Wilmington could be made in about two days and nights and from GOO to 1200 bales of cotton could be carried at a trip The profit was so enormous that tho ownors could afford to lose tho vessels after a few trips It has been estimated that out of GG blockade runners mak- Â¬ ing regular trips 40 were captured destroyed or wrecked yet generally after more or less success And the owners were not alone in making money On a first class vessel in the heyday of the business the captain got perhaps 5000 for the round trip be Â¬ tween Nassau and Wilmington tho chief officer 1250 the second and third officers 750 each tho chief engineer 2500 tho crow about 250 each the pilot 3750 There were also allowances in somo cases of a certain number of bales for of- Â¬ ficers for private speculation It is GnlTnusM I So cl 37-o-- ZTl SLt saacL Can Bmlct X3Zoiose STo otjl1cL ul a to-u We Have Special Lumber V On OT ir 3Te--- 7- anci Oornplete line of Hardware Paints Oils and Glass D AGG RICHARDS iaKSKsyai3Barz PllNiI olllilSl UmP --h toh jv c Piue-Tar-lloue- y I He Probably Has Little Never roqnfcnfo a mans Xo one llkos to bo told that ho is tho length ollus face flams Horn Hopkinsville Ky looking in porfoct health for tho rea Â¬ yANTKn FVlTHFpL 1KN OR WOMEN Fools and Fools to tor reBplmalMu eatabllgliml Particular attention given to boys son that it is n condition which ad Imuietn Kentucky Salary T80 and A fool will always find a bigger lQJlttons pormunent Kutttrauoe exiiennoti hair cutting Satisfaction to nil Dp- mits absolutely of no sympathy Bnolotfe elt allrmnediitiiiuiad envelope Tin1 Nation Boiloau fool to admire him Atchison Globe ot dato in all rospects al Star Iiuuranc UldjClilonKo Toledo Painters Qujon initiation pjoty by fee will bo increased to Si WM YATES J- - S HAMILTON HAMILTON YATES Phoenix Hotel Barbershop Ot CJOir vr A Cd jUiaww i eUHUSilEl 1 1 SjojrftituroUU c tnUtkin licit fucliftm T BRYAN AND McKINLEY SHAKE Washington April 0 Mr Bryau caudidalo Democratic tlio Into TUESDAY Slt HUM UORMMS rtv CHAS CfisjOKlKlION M i MEACHAM ara A YKAR IN ADVANOJI T iiolUwiOueiiw per lltta sjimiUi Louu cents Hue caob injortlon Utes for tandttn advertisements furnMiid on application O rttncttiiK UMlK 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET EftlDAY AfRIL 9 1897 Fourteen fourth class postmasters wero removed Tuosday idopted a curfew law The Versailles City Council has Sucty seven new fourth class post roasters were appointed Wednesday SfOCtlianges were made in Kentucky TDlie for Piosideut called with Represen tative MoMilliu of Tounesseo and Attorney GeueralSmytbe of Nebras ka at tho White House this morning to pay his respects to his successful rival Thoy were immediately usher ed into Mi McKiuloya private office Tho President who was talkiug with ndvauced u group of gontlemou aud the caudidato and tho President shook hands cordially Mr Bryan remarked upou the Pres idents apparent good health and the latter spoke of the fact that he had seeii by the newspapers that Mr Bryan was hero to argue a case before the Supreme Court He also said he hud rpcnivpd a copy of Mr Bryans book a few days ago but as yet had not had time to read it There is no law which compels you to read it remarked Mr Bryan posi- Â¬ Trove the merit ot Hoods Snrsnparllla tive perfect permanent Cure Curos of scrofula Iu severest formi Ilka goitre swelled neck miming suiM hip tllseaie sores In the eyes Curos ot Salt Ithcuin with Its Intense itching and burning scnlil head tetter etc Curos of Bolls pimples and nil other eruptions due to hnpuro blood Curos of Dyspepsia and othertroublos whero n good stomach tonlo wns needed Curos of lthcumatlsm where patients were un able to work or walk for weeks Cures of Catarrh by expelling tho Impurities which cause nud sustain the disease Curos of Nervousness by properly toning and feeding tho nerves upon pure blood Curos of That Tired Feeling by restoring strength Send for book of cures by Cures GIVEN A WAV raw I W Vi n T Just to put the ball rolling as spring is opening and our new goods coming in every day we have decided to give a handsome Hoods Sarsaparilia To C I Hood Co Proprietors Lowell Mass vout competition The lattor amend tineut wub defeated in tho House pills nld digestion 23c colored Bchool of Louisvillo After a further exchange of cournegro twill be represented in the tesies and pleasentries Mr Bryan re- Tn DRAucnoN3rACTicAtncoK building at the Tennessee Centennial tired Ill ICablieid KEEMNO ILLUSTRATED for awaiting the ana others On tho portico while Headsman Bristow is still keeping arrival of the carriage in which he Successfully used In general class work by teachers WHO iiavu mot iiau mc uuvaiuagc 01 a Dusmess r up his record of appointing forty Will not renulre much ot the teachers had been driven to the White Houbo education time Nothing like It issued Price in reach of all tpostmusters a day No appointment Mr Bryan was besieged with newsOVER Orders will be made in Kentucky until a paper men who asked for his views csonator is elected JjS fiJcER Hx Received on the Ohio and Michigan elections tOBWH sw Usl K A A committee of the Tennessee Ceu yesterday I TjhL i ffj i They indicate that confidence has tenuial Exposition has been appointed laughing he said McKinley and in- been restored to visit President u hearly They need no explanation FROM IN cite him to formally open the They Bpeak COLLEGES from me he added May 1 Special rates to Schools mid Teachers Sample for themselves copies sent for examination Write for prices and circulars showing some of its Special Advantages The Democratic State Executive Address The people in the flooded districts iiiusirauonscic inienuon uiis paper College Committee has been called to meet DRAUGHONS Practical Business ttt Frankfort on Tuesday the 13tn oi the boutn nave a aismai prospsct Nashville Tenn or Texarkana Texas I learned bookkeeping at Prof inst to take action in the matter of a before them When the waters re home from Drauchon while holding a position as your book cede there will be a season of dire night telegraph operator C E Lkffingwkll estate convention Bookkeeper for Gerber Picks privation if not starvation and pesWholesale Grocers S Chicago 11L against the Southern tilence Litigation SJuilding and Loan Association of Spring Requires A leorgln Sens itlou 3Knoxvile has been resumed citizeus That the impuiities which havo accu Atlanta Ga is hardly ever without mulated in your blood duriug tho of several States uuitiug in a petition a sensation and the latest is tho winter shall bo promptly and thor lor a receiver and for an injunction elopement and marriage of John P oughly expelltd if good health is exWhen the warmer weather bou of pected The Tennessee Centennial which Atkinson the comes these impurities are liable to will open at Nashville May will bo Gov Atkiuaou aud Miss AdaByrd nianiffst themselves iu various ways tho lifteeu yeur old daughter of L P tfhe finest show of the kind ever held Byrd a wealthly pubhsherlast week aud often lead to serious illness Unin the South It will in many re A few weeks ago the young couple less the blood is rich and rJure that you apscts compare favorably with the secured a cense and intended to tired feeling will afflict will your ap find yourelopo but the parents nipped the petite will fail and you worlds Fair self all run down Hoods Sarsascheme in the bud The girl was sent to relatives in the countryyouug parilia toneB and strengthens the sys Lhe Wiucuester Democrat says Atkinson went back to his work aB a tem driveB out all impurities and Diohtheriu is raeinsr in Madison clerk iu the executive departmeutand makes pure rich healthy blood Sarsaparilia county mumps and measles in Pow it was supposed all was over between HoddBpurifier and is the one true blood the best npriug ell turnpike mobs iu Girard and the child lovers but the warmth of medicine Be sure to got only Hoods Govtheir love was not considered elsewhere and the Legislature at ernor Atkinson left Atlanta on Civil Service Fxaminailons Frankfort Let us praise the Lord business and his son used this op All applicants for positions as clerk and take courage because none of portunity He drew his money and and carrier at fred delivery Postoffices hese afflictions have come upon went to the country where he found must pasB the Civil Service Examina his sweetheart at her grandmother s Olark county She joined him by appointment and tion Those passing most creditably before any one was the wiser they receive the appointments Valuable wishing to The Nfutual Life Insurance Com were married After it was all over lniormutiou lor tuoso be obtained pass the examination may free pany of New York which was denied the parents of the couple made the by writing at ouce to THE U S BU telegraph wires sizzle in the effort to a license to do business in Kansas a REAU OF INFORMATION Cincinprevent the marriage along with other reputable companies reward of 100 for the aud olieredthe nati Ohio arrest of lhas sued Insurance Commissioner children They were upprehended at or McNallins and his bondsmen for Rome but too late At first the par Guarantee Position Accept notes fortultlon farecan de ents took their children home and an- posit money in bank till position Is secured Car paid 120000 nounced that they would be kept no ai inunuic apart aud that an effort would be PRAfiTICAL The council Iuib ordered the Sunday made to invalidate the marriage but NASItVIUD TENN and TCXAUKANA TEXAS Indorsed by Bankers Merchants and others Bookkesp law enforced at Georgetown and as a a later conference resulted in an ing Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting Telegraphy etc Four weeks In Bookkeeping with tia equals else consequence everything is closed tight agreement that the young people be where No vacation Enter any time BnardlO To order allowed to live together us husband our books for homestudy Is next best thing to entering our ou Sundays including restaurants Write us at Nashville schools Mention this paper and wife and meat markets Not even ice Issued Illegally The Counts Club wagons are allowed to run and a J887 the voteis of Paducah auIu The entertainment to be given by cigar could not be bought thorized the issue of 100000 of bonds Comus Club Kings of Gayety at Representative Bailey declined an to tho Chicago St Louis and Padu- the Opera House for the benefit of invitation to dine with the President cah railroad Four thousand and the Library Association and the Masonic because he did uot have a dress suit live huudred dollars a year interest night9 Lodge cu the 15th and 16th has since been paid and tho city will be tho cleverest effort of He refused to own a pigeon tailed council has now discovered that the all ameteur performances ever rendercoat upon the idea that his public bonds were issued illegally as bonds ed in Bopkiusvillo Tlio young men duties might bo interfered with if for two different railroadB were voted are certainly artists each and every Ihe should contract society at the same election They have ap- one of them and assisted by Messrs the pointed an investigation committee Geo R Mayo and Merritt S Pilcher liabit and will hereafter refuse the paymeut they will render tho best show of the of interest as well as the priu seasou The music is tho newest the With floods sweepiug all before cipal when it falls duo dances stiictly origiual tho storieB roaringly fuuny aud new The cause them in the South snowstorms freeHaiders destroyed eleven more beyond doubt appealB to every citizing people to death in the NorthFlemiug county toll gates and left zen of Hopkiusville should west forest fires raging in New York word for President Clift of the Mays be greeted with a full They house both and the Republicans piling up taxoi ville and Mt Sterling road that he nights emember the dates 15th at Washington aud Fraukfort you would bo cowhided if another at- and ltitb uext Thursday and Friday can now find in the country almost tempt to collect toll was made Ill lug Kesolutloim or Kuxpect any calamity you dont want At the regular monthly meeting of Morris Cohen has gone Ea9t for F Cohen to purchase a fine stock of the Board of Commissioners for the The JEopulista in the Senate who dry goods Millinery clothing and Western Kentucky Asylum for the Will keep largest Insano hold thebalance of power are pre shoes of general hereafter theof 6 dry goods stock any 1897 thehld on Tuesday Aprilwere for two important store in South Christian following resolutions paring to light adopted by a unanimous vote amendments to the Dingley Bill Resolved That we learn with sor Tho graud jury at Shopherdsville Allen will provido for One by Senator row that Dr Bon Letcher has severed an iucomeftax adjusted to the lines returned seveutyjiudictments his connection with this Institution His relations with this Board have of tho constitution and the other by Hows TlllH been of the most agreeable nature Senator Pettigrew will propose to ad We offer One Hundred Dollars Re aud in his administration of the afolt Tree all articles made or control- ward for any case of Catarrh that fairs of the asylum it has always been led by trustB or combinations to pre cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh our pleasure to give him our hoarty smiling i rvii rlOOait S K11IS are the best after dinner 1 mites K NICKLE PLATED WATCH Strictly a first class time keeper each Boys Jacket and Pants worth 450 and up Boys Suits worth 500 and up Mens Suits worth 750 and up guaranteed 12 months with 400 S COME EARLY IF YOU CAN Our store is open for lookers as well as buyers Take plenty of time to examine our goods Polite salesmen are at your service We want your good will and want you to get satisfaction Clothing never was so cheap styles- and patterns are better than ever Our prices are rock bottom before We will clothe you completely stylishly substantially and cheaply expo--sitio- 30 Days Mammoth Clothing i Shoe Co THESE ARE 1 m sixteen-year-ol- if d 1 1 5 k easonable Goods We buy them in carload lots and sell them in prices in keeping V1 with the times 5 3 1 We Sell Homestead Fertilizer Horse Shoe Fertilizer Ar mons Fertilizer IS 9s 3 i We Sell National Fertilizer fV Scfafl 12 Blounts True Blue Plows 1 1 Vulcan Plows Oliver Chill Plows Avery Plows 1 v We Sell 1 Single Buggies Canopy Top Phaetons Buggy Top phaetons t I C s 15 4fc 1 I Double Barouches and Surreys Carts and Springwagons TdBSfcoWids at in We Sell 5 m We Sell j2a i I it 150 Union won the Democratic nomiua tionH for circuit judge and commonsoalthfl attorney in the Ileudorsou The convention yesterday district each had ivu purely formal as thoy to nominate nough instructed votes on tho first ballot Judge Dabney having no opposition at all Thoy rill uink a Btong team and p vjjfc oilng ticket Judge Jno L Dorsoy of Hender- aonvnnd Judge L C Flournoy of fl Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo0 We the uudersigiied havo known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years aud beliovo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fl nniuially ablo to carry out any obli gation made by their firm West Tmjax Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Mahvin Whole Watdino Kinnan salo Druggists Toledo 0 Hulls Catarrh Cure is takon iutor nally ucting directly ppon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Drucrgists Testimonials free ainuy JUJa are the uost support degree of courtesy and cousideration Especially tlo Jwo rogrHt his de parture on account of the unfortu nate people who havo boou under his care Hm has gained their effoction aud cotifideuco to an unusual extent RnsoLVEu that his devoted wife was a fit helpmate to him iu his work nnd her kiudly miuiatrationg will be great 4R ly misled a copy of these ren Resolved that ohiiUim brt furnished to the city pa inriitfl tit in rn ur nubllcation and also one to JDr Lttvuer Hb has endearod himself to us by his kindly maunor nnd ijenial dispos itiou alwayB showing thit proper A full line of fresh Gar den Seeds I 15 1 FORBES VVywtVVSSVISiivA O- BRO 122 K u m 5RiS553 wrw i JX opUitt0uUie Hentucltfan SPRINGS ELECTIONS Continued from First lage1 5 arouKp and about BPCIAL LOCALS FoilrtlJonryear old son of Win jWhfskey HARPER Every bottle Vrightviis instantly killed on Bof guaranteed HARPER mentions victory is taken ns an indi hide Creek near MiddleSbilrg by a W R LONG Fdr sale by cation of n nightly political upheaval falling tree HOPKINSVILLK KY Cutler 11 Harrison is tho bod of 1 W S Gibbs a merchant of Lewis tho late Major Harrison who was Plant Bed Canvos 2c worth assassinated during tho closing dayt burg Logan County made an assign of tho Worlds Fair Tho popularity ineut the first failure in tho history 3c at Sam FrankePs of his father was an immense advau of that town ago to the Mayor elect in his cum House and lot for sale or rent WB ChaB Fritud and William Dreybtts paign and contributed to the victory farmers of Macon couuty Teun Neely Sargent Building of today Mr Harrison is 37 years foufcut n duel to the death with old aqd has novor before hold u po knives Wednesday Plant Bed Canvas 1 l 2c at m- Tho men quar litical oflice crop of Sam Frankels reled over tho division of a Worth 2 and Mayor elect Harrison has received tobacco the following telegram from Wash 2 l 2c Chas Williumsou of Elkton in n ington Accept congratulations upon your charge of murder was given 21 years NOTICE Ttoagniflcieut victory Tho elections William Keeling tho man who shot Thd people of Christian county g Detroit and and killed JimSpicernt a picnic Aug in Chicago Cincinnati other cities indicate a decided change 4th 1895 uearMurrayand who had Kentucky will take notice that the Baid county will meel Fiscal in publio sentiment since November evauded and defied tha officer since at theirCourt of customary place of usual and W J Bbtan W S Cook has surrendered to Sheriff Z meeting in the city of Hopkinsville Ho gave bond FIRST BILL PASSED- county of Christian and State of g- There are forty prisoners in the Pa Kentucky on Tuesday the 6th day It Is to Protect publio Speakers hi This ducah jail awaiting trial at tho Api of April 1897 for the purpose of term of the Circuit Court now in ses issuing new c unty Refunding Bondb State Mr Morgans Hill Killed sion Twenty seven of the prisoners to bo Bold lor tno purpose of obtain Frankfort Ky April 16 The bill are negroes ing money with which to pay off all to prevent the disturbing of public A wholesale raid was made on Pa outstanding bonds ngaiust said counfspeakers and the throwing of eggs Baid bonds are of issue gducah saloons Tuesday for violation ty which 1867 running for a period of and missiles is the first to pass both of tho Sabbath and thirty tbreo were July let thirty years and maturing July 1st houses It was introduced by Mr fined in Police Court 1897 and amounting to about 100 Wt H Morgan of Washington coun Republican and gold Democrats of 000 or for the purpose of exchang ty on account of tho outrages during Mercer county can not agree on a fus ing1 said new Bonds for said old tho recent campaign in this State ion ticket BondB as said Fiscal court may de The bill passed the House with only McCracken county people threaten termine also for the purpose of call eight votes in opposition It passed down the gravel road toll gates ing in said outstanding Bonds at the senate last week with an amend Â¬ to tear they are made tree maturity The terms aud conditions unless ment striking out lawful subjects of said new Bonds will be fixed and At a dance at the Rosebud Club at determined by said Fiscal Court at The bill as passed by the Senate makes it unlawful to interrupt public Lexington Henry Crowder was shot said time and place speakers on any subject It came up twice a wound in the abdomen being Done by order of the Christian in the House this morning and was considered fatal Couuty Fiscal Court this January passed by a vote of 82 to 1 the one xue Mayor oi Jieuaerson nas rec- 6th 1897 opponent being Mr Perry John W Bbeathitt ommended the refuuding of the citys Mr Carroll form the Committee on County Judge bond Judiciary reported the Court of ApOtiio H Anderson peals Relief Bill with the expression Couuty Attorney Scavenger of opinion that it ought to pass The J T Hall city scavenger can be Attest John P Prowse stenographers bill provides for four for the Appellate Judges at a salary reached by telphone at any time County Clerk of 1000 each Tho stenographers Call No 82 are to bo appointed by the Judges Plant Bed Canvas at Sam Jqz a period of two years At Cost Frankels at 1c worth 1 1 2 Several amendments offered were I will close out at cost stock of defeated and the bill passed by a Agricultural implements buggies vote of 69 to 22 Napoleon BPdrO Whiskey SARPEft Perfect mmmmwwwwwmmwnwmmmm 1 21 g-- PROSPERITY The promised Wave has not yet struck our country but if folks dont stay at home they will have nice Dresses Hats and snes and you know there lots of them you cant keep at home and they will have nice things to wear i 3 J E ON NEXT THURSDAY we will have our fl GRAND SPRING OPENING and we now extend the most cordial invitation to everybody to call ani inspect our unparalled display of our dry goods of ail sorts dress goods and trimmings millinery shoes carpets rugs mattings and mens furnishings You can make your own prosperity in buy- ing where you can get the best selections for the lowest cash prices Even though you may not now be ready to make your spring pur- chase come and see what is here for you Remember the day next THURSDAY APRIL 8th 1897 Z 3 g V Zjf Z S g f Z S 3 g ET A BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR for each and every visitor Dont forget the shoesthey are the talk of the town fH RICHARDS CO FOR SALE 1 have 30 head of- - FOR YOUR at- - surreys harness saddlery hardware Frankfort Ky April 7 Mr J W etc belonging to Winfree Bros Morgans House bill to amend the Co for 30 days Come and get charter of Hopkinsville was refused bargains Geo C Lono assignee its third reading and thus killed Co Wiufree Bros Th amendment was a mere form in order to place Hopkinsville on an equal footing with fourth class cities A Care for Hog Cholera Pembroke Ky Apr 4th 1897 EniTOB KeNTOOKIAN euro was effected in each case Equal parts of hog lard soft lye soap and tar mix thoroughly and apply to diseased parts I got this remedy from an old soldier He told me that during tho war His army was in camp back of Glasgow Ky and nearly every one in Ihb regiment had the army itch It irritated the men so that notwithstanding tho weather was cold and snow on the ground they had to sleep without any cover on them An old fanner who lived back in the hills came along one day he wbb asked what would cure He recommended the tio army itch above remedy tho soldiers used it and in less than 10 days the entire regimout was cured It is said that the army itch is the hardest of all skin diseases to cure My dog had a very bad case of the mange and I used this remedy on him it was but a short time until he was entirely well The better the mixture can be kept applied the picker tho cure The lard Boothes tjHa soap cleanses and the tar heals I suggest the two harmless remedies to the farmers and other pooplo of Christian couuty with tho hope tLat they may bo beuefited by the use of themiT Very Respectfully Frank B RicnAnDsoN Jn traveling overKentucky I f rehear the farmers ask the following questions What will cure hogs of the cholera What will prevent hogs from having cholera I have seen the following remedy very efficaciously used Black powdered antimony 1 pint Pulverized sulphur 1 pint Salt petre 1 pint Mix well with plenty of bran in milk warm water and feed this quantity to 50 hogs at one feed If used as a preventive give it once every three or four weeks if used as a cure give it two or three times a week Some times it is hard to get hogs to eat the remedy but if mixed with plenty of bran enough will be eaten to prevent or cure as the case may be Again I frequently hear asked what will cure a horse with scratches rope burn or dog with mange itch eczema and other skin diseases I have seen the following remedy used in nearly all of the above named cases both for man and beaBt and a cently have a nice smooth jack about 14 hands A The Trans Siberian Railway and War quick lively fellow that I would farm in tho Far East out for the season Pedigrees of the above jacks are Tho German military paper the Militar Wochenblatt has recently first class in every particular 1 bIbo four-year-old BTKATJifcrlU L1WL to be sold The largest and finest jack in this end of the State will make the present season at my farm three miles Call and sec mem south of Casky station for S10 to in sure a colt LAYNES STABLE I also have a high bred jack that I will stand at 6 Â¬ three-year-ol- d Rock Bottom Prices at C II 1 SPRING HAT have all the latest styles in Flowers Foliage Ribbons in Rich Profusion B- HEADQARTERS FOR of every kiud doubt the TRIRflMED HATS AND BONNETS Ornaments and Veilings FINE EDIBLES beyond We have od SOUTH DAKOTA Do With 191000 What i Man fan He can buy 160 acres of good land for 1000 Pay 4100 down balance aud 5 in three payments due in 8 years at 7 per cent He can also buy 100 choice ewes for S300 and ten good cows for 300 The milk and butter from tho cowa will pay all farm aud family expenses The increase of sheep aud wool will pay off is tho it mortgage before Those who are troubled with rheu due In live years ho will a farm all paid for and well matism should try a few applications have stockod For depcriptivo lists and of Chamberlaius Pain Balm rub prices address H F Hunter Immi bing tho parts vigorously at eiieh ap gration agent for South Dakota 295 plication If that uoefl not cring re lief dampen n piece of flannel and Dearborn Street Chiongo 111 bind it over the seat of pain aud Ohio county Populist aud silver prompt relief vill Burely follow For sale by R C Hardwiok druggist Democrats have fused i published an exhaustive article on this important subject of which the Since the following is a summary Chino Japanese war introduced a new factor into tho question of the balanco of power in tho Pacific Rus- Â¬ sia has had to consider the means of maintaining her supremacy in east-Â¬ ern Asia For that reason she must push on her railway to Vladivostok without delay Tho first suggestion for such a strategic line was made as far back as 1857 but it was not until 1886 that the project took tangible form It is said that the English rail- Â¬ way across Canada compelled tho Russian authorities to admit the need of a Siberian lino In May 1891 the late czar gave his formal sanction to the scheme and tho present emperor turned tho first sod of tho line at Vladivostok Tho whole lino from Tcheliabinsk to Vladivostok will he 7630 kilometres or about 5000 miles and it is divided into six sec- Â¬ tions Several of these sections will he completed by tho year 1900 but the German writer does not think that tha Stretensk Khabarovka sec- Â¬ tion will bo completed before 1905 Ho assumes that Russias policy in tho far east will therefore continue pa- Â¬ cific until that year When tho line is finished a train traveling at tho rate of 20 miles an hour for 15 hours a day will take threo weeks from Mos- Â¬ cow to Vladivostok If tho rato is slightly accelerated and tho tram pro- Â¬ ceeds during tho night which is doubtful for several reasons tho jour Â¬ ney will ho accomplished in a fort- Â¬ night Tho following seem to be nat Â¬ ural and safe conclusions from these fads Japan requires only ono week to reach the Corenn port of Gensan which is the nearest to the Russian frontier but on the other hand Gen Â¬ san is further from tho Russian fron- Â¬ tier than is Vladivostok and the Rus sian fleet would also have to bo count- Â¬ ed with before tho Japaneso could land in Corea With regard to tho transport of troops Russia and Japan would therefore ho on a strategical equality But if China were Russias bolligerent instead of Japan tho strategical advantago would ho en- Â¬ tirely in favor of China provided only that she carries out her project Â¬ ed northern railway across Man Â¬ churia For this reason Russia is es Â¬ tablishing a cordon of military colo- Â¬ nies as a protection for tho lino of rail Â¬ way in tho future K KIVES Plant Bed Canvas at lc I l 2c and 2c worth I 2 2 1 2 and 1 Finest 20 and Largest Stock Our prices are the 3c at Sam Frankels Dressmaking E iu the city lowest am offering thege goods 25 per cent less than you can duplicate them I lbs granuiated sugar Arbuckles coffee Graiu pepper Mince meat bept 100 10c have a first class trimmer and guarantee satisfaction 20c 10c Foster having just re- 5 bu barrel salt 90c turned from Louisville where she Pure Sugar House molasses 50c gal had been for some time studying the Turkeys Geese Chickens Game 8pringBtyles invites her friends to Celery of all kinds Oysters call on her Everything made up to Cranberries Cabbage Potatoes date and satisfaction guaranteed etc Prices reasonable Call at No 15 BIGGEST STOCK LOWES Poioes Ninth street E B GO CLARK Mrs J MRS ADA LAYNE Cor 9th Main wa5Kr P1 YVVww JTMrfMnnn 3 Rensiieiw YVW1L Yards of Plant Bed Canvas Must be sold regardless of cost SAM FRANKEL 20000 Wholesale and Retail GROCERS Main street Furniture and Uudrtaker THOMPSONS OLO STAND The only first cla6s market house in tho city FINE STALLIONS celebrated thoroughbred stallions Elkwood and Dunboyue for tho sea son of 97 and will stand them at the stable of Forbes Bro at the following terms mares Elkwood Thoroughbred 25 common maresSI5 Dunboyue Thoroughbred mares man M each am Hopkinsville Ky 3STew 8 Stock Best Goods and LOWEST PKICODS No 8 I have made a contract for the ser vices of Major S ft Cruinbaughs Breeder of New and Elegant Funeral Car for the Undertaking Department Dick Everett a Practical Undertaker of 20 years experience has charge of this branch of our business Give us a call Main Street HOPKINSVILLE KY 20 common mares Not responsible should ady occur 0 for accidents Eggs from 1 Exclusively to 150 per setting ANNOUNCEMENTS SoiiKr tte are authorized to announce Prof John Sollee of Orof ton as a candidate for Superintendent of School for Ohrlsttan County subject to the action of the Democratic party Clardv tte are authorized to announce lardy of Bell us a candldato for Prof r Superintendent of dohooU for Christian coun ty subject to tho action of the Democratic party I Â¬ Elkwood Thoroughbred chesnut stallion 15J hands high magnificent conforma tion with plenty of bono and Bub stauce was a longdistauce race horse with great powers of endurance He is by Eolus son Imp Leamington he sire of Longfellow his dam was Niunie Andrews by Victory son of Uncle Vic he by Lexington etc Spring Millinery MME FLEURETTE LEVY Dunboyne South Kentucky Thorough Bay Stallion 16 hands high a regular bull dog and hon Poultry Yards works finest boned horse in Kentucky and for servicable horseB you could CnrnUltJndlan Game and Light BrauiaCtokeruls for sale also not find a better hoisa to breed to ijiffllTil your chickens It wlil pay you He is by UncuB son of Lexington out of Imp Frey by Dundee etc C0M and SEE MY BT00K or WHITE ME No better bred horse in tho stud CARL C MOORE book and at the low price above HOjplciusville Ky quoted his book ought to fill within a weeks time THIS IS WORTH SB OO TO YOU Clay Powell At Forbes Bros Btable wm y A HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF THE Two people are dead and five iu critical condition as a result of beiug overcome by Bthoko and gas iu a tun lliifry stoie nel on Pikes Peak COHEN Mrs Rlollio Cox was badly buruod OlTvlHlTB COURT IIOUBE by flames which destroyed her resi deuce in Harrison county Co of New York E S Dean SonB wholesalo who have gone tp tho wall caught a Geo S Kinney liquor dealers ot Nashville failed for number of Louisville plungers Tho 80000 company had an olhco in that city Ask us for K M lirand Plutorlul Books diving away following standard works Froii Manger toThronebv TalmaeThe In Tho Now Bautiful Story by TulmaKe The Story of a Man and a United xtfttiw ureal many otheru at the dry goods and mtlll FREE FREE F Zntqualed Factlltltior JocaMng arnitttplet in lucrative XIIwiUum m I RYBHT 33rd Year BOOK KEEPING STHHTTDJiBUSIHESSCOLLEBL LOUISVILLE SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY KENTUCKY PENMANSHIP ETC COnlatns Valuable Tnurtiuttion to thote tletlrlng to Learn RatOS Vory LOW Hopkinsville Folks Ope Who entertain should write to ua llest candy only per pound box c 1V1CIJJ ka Gam OUll for eatimamatofl We make spec Â¬ ial exertions to cater to balls hops weddings anniversaries euchres etc Wo can Bave you trouble and monoy 510 ForuxuAvE Loins VHTE Leadi q Oatehebi a - ftut nw rni it r i tfcHHiilrniwM iii Main mil 3jjltiiif0UU letttnrtian HANSENS DUST mi AV- iilumfKili MWWt8tHIHIHf GOLD OF ALASKA Has Quilt Up duncau Into a Mod crn City Jitnonu is uniquo in man respects Its inhabitants having no powor o form a municipal corporation have voluntarily combined to do work of public utility So well have thdy dono this that tho city has planked streets with board sidewalks a hook and lad der firo company and two hoso com Â¬ It From TUB INE 7 j StoSNM i r- f b m ii- I II raK PS BPt With the I I in shortest time V UFA f 1 tfl V JO PiL SH c least of toil and trouble CLAIRETTE I OVMr KlP r MBL H H j makes clothes snowy white by re- moving the dirt in a natural and healthful vay A pure soap good for clothes and good for general cleaning Sold everywhere THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY j j 2 3 SH Made only by St Lnuis a isaar 0 in Nashville Tenu PRACTICAL PLUMBING Estimates Solicited Tolophono 1566 W G Wheeler GAS H STEAM FITTING tmm No 183 Orders Promptly Attended To North College Street W H Faxon Wheeler Mills Tobacfco Warehousemen Co Grain Dealers Commission Merchants Ky Important Suggestions Offered by Partfcles Found In tho Ice On one of his expeditions to Green Â¬ land Nanson collected many samples of dust from the surface of the snow on tho ice floes between Iceland and Greenland and was much interested in tho Diatoinaccao found in some of these says Knowledge 10 Dia toinaccao are mimito unicellular panies an electric light rlant with plants each coll being inclosed in a over 1100 incandescent lights water- Â¬ small case or frustulo composed of This casing con Â¬ works with street hydrants a tele- Â¬ siliceous material system with 50 subscribers ox sists of two valves or plates one over- Â¬ phone tending to tho neighboring mines lapping tho other somewhat after tho two night watchmen besides a public manner of the two parts of a pill box six The surfaces of these valves often ap library and reading room churches five schools a well equipped pear beautifully ornamented duo to hospital two public halls and two the presence of depressions lying in th e i n terspaces of an elevated reticula theaters following extract from the tion The diameter of the plates is Tho Alaska Mining Record gives the out Â¬ usually less than of an inch so that they require tho put of gold during tho past year highest powers of the microscope for The output of tho mines of Alaska is difficult of estimation Tho vast their study Nansen submitted his specimens ness of tho mining territory the ex- Â¬ to Prof Cleve of Upsala who after tremely migratory characteristic of its population and the entire absence identifying 16 species and varieties The of reports and statistics from a great reported on them as follows part of the smaller camps render it diatom flora of this dust is quite pe- Â¬ a very difficult matter to arrive at a culiar and different from that of all statement approximating correctness the many thousands of samples which except by careful study and watchful 1 have examined with the exception attention to every detail The fol- Â¬ of one with which it shows the most lowing estimate is the result of just complete congruity viz a sample such work and is believed to bo as which was collected by Ivjellman nearly correct as is possible and still during tho Vega expedition on the represent fully yet conservatively floe ice at Capo Wankarcmn near tho production of gold in Alaska dur- Â¬ Bchring straits The species and the varieties arc exactly the same in both ing 189G samples It is quite remarkable that 2555000 output of quartz mines Total 15000 the diatom flora on Lltuya bay placer mines ice floes near 175000 Cook Inlet placer mines Yukon mines 1300000 Behring sound and on the cast coast Oirch creok district SOOOOO Other Yukon districts of Greenland are so completely alike From several small creeks In va- Â¬ rious parts of the territory and so unlike all others It indicates 25000 by arrastras that there is an open communication 1C70000 Total output between the seas east of Greenland This is an increase over 1895 of and north of Asia Xansen adds 1G70000 At the same time the All these referring to his own speci- Â¬ number of new discoveries which mens wore also found at Capo Wan Â¬ promise well has been great These karcmn 12 of them being only known will be more or less productive dur- Â¬ from there and from nowhere else in ing the next year and a corresponding the whole world and that though tho Two new mills diatom flora of tho Kara sea Franz increase is assured of ten stamps each have been erected Josef land Spitzbergen and Green- Â¬ during the past year and G5 stamps land has also been partly examined have been added to mills already All through his paper Nanson showed operating bringing the number of his keen appreciation of little things stamps now dropping in Alaska to Tho minerals in the dust were also 549 of which all but 94 are in continu- Â¬ examined no less than 20 varieties ous operation these latter being closed being recognized by Tombohm who down by climatic severities during the Can it be possible that the exclaims As development is terrestrial winter season portions of the dust orig- Tutf s Pills Cure All Liver Ills Doctors7Say Bilious and Intermittent Fevers Dr ftiutthew Henry Kollock RegutaifGraduatcatid llegistercd Phytic an formerly Atitlttaiit surgeon m the US Nuvy I H A rm v nod Inter burgeon Drills Mnrtiio Shrvlce with years experience lie lliymoinn at iioi two weii omo thoslok and af springs IHctei at lilt Oftlcp Where consultation with uf tlio Most Successful Doators of the olo present ago In cordially invited All will re efilvo kind and honorable treatment and permanent cures guaranteed Hi every case uudnrtiken Arnui which prevail in miasmatic districts are invariably accompan- Â¬ ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels Dr Matthew Houry Kollock Treats Successfully All Chronic uud Long Standing Diseases WANTED The Secret of Health 7M Tutts Liver Piiis Cure all Liver Troubles The liver is the great driving wheel in the mechanism ol AGENTS WANTED man and when it is out of order tvidney and Urinary 8hrunkeil the whole system becomes de- Â¬ eases of the bladder of burning urine dlt- A orpanji frequent and T both sexes promptly ranged and disease is the result iiid safely cured receive special and careful wl nrlinc treatment for ll their many Mlltb Ladies to inspect myX Medicated Vapor Bnjjh for Facia Blemishes Rheumatism etc One months troatment free I ailments Strictures Varicocele Hydrocele Tenderness Weakness of Organs Piles yuvula quickly ured without pair ordetention from business Nlcht Kmls- MmtrM gidhs MensleB is playing BardBtowu iiivijr Ilvoiiuuuiy Dizziness boss oi lmpo-andonldenco the dreadful offej- - of Junction quito nu exteuted visit Vice which brings Organic Weakness ting one for business study or enjoyment ol KKLlKIf IN SIX JlOUJtS iraicuBiu uevenauingsuccess un ex uuliiatlon the urinary deposits a rosy seal ment will often bo found and sometimes Distressing Kidney aud Bladder uiali panicles of albumen will appear diseases relieved in 8ix hours by the color will be of a thin mUhish hue or the again to a and New GnnAT South American Kidney channlnge many dark who turbid nppearano There ai men die of this diaicul ty Cure This new remedy is a great ignorant or the cause which is tho second nt gevf Seminal Weakness 8urpriso on account of its exceeding juarantce a perfect cure In The Doctor will all sueh cases and promptness in relieviug pain in the healtny restoration of tho genitourinary kidnoys back aud every part organs your tioubles If living away bladder WHITE from of tho urinary passages in male or he ctty Yoc ran be cured at home by corres pptide ce all profession Â¬ female It relieves retention of wator al dealings Absolute keurecy insecure aud medicine sent from ob and pain in passing it nlmost imme- servatlon Testimonials of patients arc never reference to my responsi diately Tf you want quick relief and published hankgiven ollity cheerfully cure this is your remedy Sold by Private Diseases hyrGfe IlUJii iciyuu yeu uuy PC R C Hardwick ville Ky Monday druggist Jlopkiun f ij Circuit Court average one con veiled at Dixon Tho docket is about an DrCHURUH STREET Kollock 613 Nashville Tenn BO YEARS EXPERIENCE thing to patent Protect your ideas tliey may bring you wealth Wrlto JOHN WKDDKIt nUKN CO Patent Attornoys Washington V O for their S1800 prize offer WANTED AN IDEASjSSKffig r Dr H C Bruce of Madisouyille is being favorably mentioned as suita ble legislative timber fyjMEl TRADE MARKS DESIGNS Anyone sending a sketch NOTICkS I WANT every man and womiu in lie UnltrJ States interested in tho Opium and Whisky habits to have ono of my books on tueso dis eases Address B M Wool ley Atlanta Ga Vox 882 and one will bo sent yon free COPYRIGHTS quickly ascertain free whether an Invention Is probably patentable Communications strictly confidential Oldest agency for securing patent In America Wo have a Washington office Patents taken through Munn Co receive pcclal notice lu tho tc and description may r s Fire Proof Warehouse liberal Advance on Consignments cor rdssellville and r r sts Hopkinsville All Tobacco Sent us Covered by Insurance carried forward however steps arc taken to overcome this and it iB but a question of a short time when all our mines will run regardless of climate or season inate from northern Siberia That it is partly mud carried into the sea The by the great Siberian rivers Dump lioby and Miss Delia Bell were married at Simms after a court-t-hiof over tweutv yeras A Sound Liver Mullen n Well Mini SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN p beantlfullr Illustrated largest circulation f V any sclentlflo Journal weekly terms 100 a year t slid six months Specimen copies and Hand Book ok patents sent free Address Taducah Monday The boat races were pulled off in BREVITIES OF FUN Do vour Cause and Effect daughter and that Mr DeCcivcr quar- Â¬ More rel as much as they used to A great deal more Theyre married now you know Detroit Free Press Society Trials That pawn- Â¬ brokers children seem to wearagreat Yes it nearly deal of jewelry boy kills me to see his around with my watch on strutting Life Young Man who has married an Well old woman for her money Old Eoy old boy hows your wife who has married a young girl for her Well if it comes to that looks p hows yours Pick-Mc-U- great variety of minerals contained in the dust seems to me to indicate that it originates from an extensive PURIFIOATION OF WATER land region and thus it seems natural Boiling Is the Most Simple Reliable to think of northern Siberia and Absolute Method Of the various means of purifying The longer you ueglect a cold the harder it i8 to get rid of it The very Jirst symptom Bhould be met with a dcse of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey This famous remedy will cure it whether of short or long standing close to the danger line Chamberlains The river at Chattannooga is now Colic Oliolcru and Diar Â¬ rhoea Ilemedy is the best mediciue in the world for bowel complaint It acts quickly and cau always be depended upon When reduced with water it is pleasant to tike Try it and like many others you will re commend it to your friends Forsale at 25 and 50 cents ber nettle by R C Hard wick druggist This Why didnt you come when I called asked the angry papa I COZY AND ARTISTIC didnt hear you whimpered Willie Thats no excuse at all Hereafter How to Mnke a Pretty Window Sent when you dont hear me call I want for the Invalid to It out In Artistic hangings for windows may you to come and tell me so Detroit bo made by placing a piece of fretwork Lree Pi ess across the upper pane of the window Willie I had a little brother and from it hang n deep ruffle of dotted Bobbie go to Heaven last night Madras or lace of any pretty design 0 thats nothing I had a little A comfortable window divan may be easily made by nailing nwooden sentof brother come from Heaven last good width along the window sill This night Willie after think a mo- Â¬ should be upholstered in a color which ment May be itsthagame babyl fwill harmonize with the other draperies Boston Globe t In the room The front of the seat Making It Warm for Them should be made of brown leather deco- Put on a few extra coalfTo greet that latest consignment frdm the upper world said Satan lo Jiis duel stoKer Well I hear there Why my lord i ore fceveral bicycle scorchers among them and I want to make thorn feci Philadelphia Call at home suid the confident called I young man with manuscript sticking out of his pocket to see whelhor there is a vacancy in this oflico No replied tho inilancholy editor as he looked around tho place Im sorry to say- thoro is none Even tho Wellington waste baskot is full il Tnlnflil ut juujugi8ts regard Aristotle as the founder of thoir science although wyv j tho scientific classification of tho feA i unimal world was not made until tho A COZY CORNEit who in 1741 di time rated with grnssnnlls On thismit place- vided of Linnaeus kingdom into six tho animal weveral bright soft pillows The curi tY ii Tho classification of ani i iiiiikii tn n in ini groups hiu n Tains wiiioii miii ure made of mals Into four division was mado tio effect of tlio window Tho by CuvitM- in his groat worktMadraa figured with gilt design published in With n llttln Ingenuity another Animal Kingdom window scat can boaiiadc by oovcring n 181U large sized packing box with chintz or Tourist How In tho world do Ufenlrn richly cmbrolderud or any proU uult the fancy and you managu to shoot a man when rty HKitoriul tlmt you ar too inluxk alod to stand up lharujonizjea with the rtwtof tlioroom 1 tlniit sic how you can proscrvo lNY Tribune Rubber Â¬ your ati iirmv of aim neck lull- - It ii oasy onough when to travel fi ronpoMhlB establUhed you know how When voueit toseoln iiniP irhContueky Balmy MVll expantea a party diubl jou pat bhoot be Poiltlonli liernimii nt KorCTrfiriOJTlio J mmi Mm tmrfe Indiananolis Journal il nnra water heat is the most simple relia- Â¬ Less than one per cent of the bacteria in water will withstand boiling for a few minutes while the greater proportion of them is destroyed at a temperature far be low this in less than a minute This pertains to the chief pathogenic or- Â¬ ganisms which we have to consider typhoid fever cholera and the colon bacillus hence boiling or even heat- Â¬ ing water becomes an important ecfe guard in time of epidemics With reference to the use of bottled waters generally mineral waters so called it is deemed necessary to add here a word of advice Most of these waters while naturally pure as they emerge from the earth soon become contaminated and then in their qui Â¬ escent state in bottles for perhaps months before being used they are afforded ample opportunity for a growth of bacteria such as would defeat all effort at numerical calcula- Â¬ tion Few of the individuals who have anything to do with the filling of these bottles have any knowledge of a6epsjs and accordingly tho bottles are not properly cleansed and sterilized pre- Â¬ paratory to tho filling With the rap- Â¬ idity of reproduction of which bac- Â¬ teria are capable the presence of only a few in a bottle at the beginning would give rise to vast colonies in the course of a few days Persons who ble and absolute Are you bilious constipated or SfcZTr troubled with jaundice sick head ache bad taste in mouth foul breath coated tongue dyspepsia iudiges tion hot dry skin pain in back and between th shoulders chills and fe Â¬ ver etc If you have any of these PLAINLY AN IMPOSTOR symptoms your liver is out of order Couldnt Convince His Audience That aud your blood is slowly being poisoned because your blood does He Came from New York Wanted uot act properly will oure So ye be from New York stran- Â¬ any disorder of theHerbiue Parties having Inventions they liver stomach or ttct should procure their patents wish to pro ger said the landlord of the Palace oowtiis is nas no equal as h liver agency Inventors Manual a bookthrough out containing hotel at Popper Falls medicine Price 75 cents Free cost of patents mode of procedure etc anil other Information sent for 8a stamp Yes assented the traveler trial bottle at It C Hardwicks drug Ourliit of patents wanted for which largesutni of money are offered sent with theManualfree whereupon the village loungers sud Â¬ store We find purchasers for patents procured through our agency Branch offices in all th denly came out of their trances and principal cities and In all foreign countries Tlie value of taxable propeity n became half awake Kenluckey haH decreased hi o it il THE WORLDS PROGRESS Great place I calkerlatc ven- Â¬ per cent timing th O J Bajmjy Manager past year tured the landlord B01 507 PLUM ST CINCINNATI O Yes quite a place said tho travVOKLOKUKS Be sure to mention thi paper IJtUM SYItUl lxativj eler coatHe children and billons adults Quite a lot of people from Popper fur J5u Walnut Lane Herd ATUKUGSTOUIiS Falls is down to New York RH18II IlKHKaillKCS MUNN CO 301 Ilroadwnv New York ATENTG Patents IOCJIEPtJOW em have used these mineral waters probably have often noticed tho sedi- Â¬ ment in the bottom of tho bottle with- Â¬ out thinkingwhatitmeant Often they may have boon deluded by the thought that it was tho mineral ingredients is that had precipitated This sediment the product of and abounds in mi- Â¬ croorganisms of in America Chamberlains Pain Halm- rub itraliiHor blood prizewinners twoStockthem pigs for salo bing the parts vigoiously ut each ap of Worlds FairNice lot of young stock now at all limes plication group and the landlord continued It that uoes not inug re ready for service Satisfaction guaranteed JnoWFoabdKy lleckon ye know Ben Allen stran- Â¬ lief dampeu a piecb of flauuel aud Inspection solicited Church Hill m a a special bind it over the seat of pain and ger lies very prominent employe of one of the stores down piompt relief will suiely follow For thar I forgit jes whar tis but its aale byR C Hardwick druggist quite a store Know him stranger The House at Frankfort passed tho Dont seem to recall the name bill reductiug the salary ot tho As- has Through Passenger Trains aulwCv Efficient Double Daily Service New York is quite a place yon know sistant Adjutant Gouoral to 1 a year PastCincinnati and Louisville to from Yaas but Bens pooty well known MEMPHISftndNEWORUANS Dr Kollock In Nsisliilllo Tell ye ono feller from hero ye do W LouisRegular Graduate and Registered 1hyslclan in connection with the B O H closetoconneo know though reaching dliect or Ill bet yo know Connelly Asslstmit burgeon I a Navy after ville for principal pointsmaking ward Iost Surgeon V S Army aud later tlons Dave Fitzgibbons Thar Surgeon Hrittsh with t o SOUTft and WEST Tho group slapped their knees and yours experience Marine Service lint Springs as physician at Ark hndornedby the Knovcopadln Urltuu on Its own and connecting lines including Of course the lea VolXpape ISf the largest roared in triumph and most Vlctstnirg and Jackson Miss Baton Hougo Important woi k lit the world being in stranger know Dave and Natchez La Little Iook and Hot Springs ive volumes each the sizeof alarge chu ch Ark WacnFuit Worth nallas Houston and Ye do doncher laughed the lillile He la noted aa the discoverer of the San Antonio Tex and points on the 1aclllopasnengnr irajiia or Yo know Dave Fitzgib- Â¬ active priuclpals of gelsemlnum avpecltla cu Uoast It lias tllSO llirouglluuny landlord neuralgia of thefacuaud womb ures ueivieo uum Fm ana Jake Benderly I dont seem to recall tho name Whats his bubi ncss Jake Why hes got prominent he is Funny ye dont know him He drives a hack Seems s yod know hiin A look of surprise went around the ger IJ A I SAM Yeah Praps ye knowomoon EVERY DOSE EFFECTIVE Know Jake Benderly stran- Â¬ 3o AlUltUU blOltUI U O U J 11 Yes VOKLCtiKKb It is thought by the farmers of Mttriou conuty that tho receut fieeze wuh not aevere enough to damage the flint My herd Is headed by Prince Iee 3404B Those who aio troubled with rheu 30 by Sam mutism bhould try a few applications 4on of Sam Small 878U1 horepresentJones best the 077 My breeding sows uf Illinois Central li E njat twenty-l- bons Even after standing for years the water propared by tho double distil lation and rcaeration process will bo found unchanged because of tho tech Â¬ nique employed and the fact of tho absolute absence of any bactoria in the water when it is put into the bot- Â¬ tles which are sterilized From this puro crystal water any of the vari Â¬ ous minornl waters may be madgby adding tho salts in proper proportion Frank J Thornbury M D in Chnutauquan w Star M 1 NHtl-n- -a it remember that But ho looked around on empty 6eats Tho landlord and the loungors had linod up at tho window and woro A Little Knowledge grlnncing back at him contemptuously No yo botchor lifo ho Him There is an uncertainty about half infomipd people you rannot count heard tho landlord wvy ho dont You cannot Ii w hat their romo from New York no morcn wo on them w York an nuf know may wny of thi They vary Id Iio m N to t perl ia pa with tho lirn ii- 1 tl nn TW Pats irom tiu Journal last boot- tiiev hnvo road Mill i dont think the name is far said the guest but perhaps 1 do know him Ho is his lino of business Hoss car conductor stranger Thar of course ye know the conductor down thar doncher Como tell us how Dave is Im sorry said thostrangorbut I novor heaul of Dave You must I 1 miliar Manhood and general vaw OrbnnB InnltKiin Afnmnliis and nolntfr The Doctor has been over the world South and West on its own and eonheottng and has made many cures given up by other lines to Ddbllity tarih Syphilis Lojt last emcieui aouoie plijslotans VcmloniH IJutldlug CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE At a meeting ut tho Chrstiau ST LOUIS CHICAGO church iu Cynthiana it was decided making direct connections with through tritna to build a new church to cost 20000 for all poinds NORTH and EAST SOLID YE8TIIIUIBT1U1NS I1UKKET HI1CEHINO flTLLMAN Is caused by torpid liver which prevents digest tlon and permits food to ferment and putrify in liu stomach iliousness Then follow dizziness headache Including 8t Louis Chicago Buffalo 1ltts burg Cleveland Boston New York Philadelphia Baltimore and Illehmond THBOUOH CARS TlinOVQII A nKB keounimmuuikcahs s 1 Inaomliu nervousness and It not lulleved bilious fever or blood poisoning Hoods Pills stimulate the stomach rouse the liver euro headacho dizziness con Â¬ stipation etc as cents Sold by nil druggists The only 1iHs to taku with Hoods Sarsaparllla Hoods Pills Particulars of your local railroad ticket agent aVAKKLONIaopa II HANSON n Louisville Chicago Have Yoon InoToanArns Madk WYBRANTS No 580 Fourth Avenue At NEWbTUDIO Louisville Ky 3oltiit0Uitl6 SKeutttHitaa vp- PERILS OF 000A1NE Morally Irresponsible rhrough Trunk Line Four years ago n member of tho between thocUIceo board of lady managers of the worlds Cincinnati Lcxiugcon Louis By a simple device the invention of businefair respected bright clever rThe Sutur JTW JlcCune of Akron 0 tho duyat gnrnd jury adjourned having ss-like with plenty of money to- Â¬ v Evamviile St Louis West Liberty after most persistently obstinate horse can day old poverty stricken mentally And thonltlciof found their iodiettneuta bo urged onward and morally irresponsible through in Â¬ Nashville Memphis Mont This new appliance or humane Woldorful South American Itlood Ouro dulgence in cocaine gomery Mobile an New as the inventor calls it persuader bitch is the story of Mrs Annie C Quickly dissipatos all scrofulous Orleans consists of a small storage batten taiuts in tho system cures pimples Myers which is carried cither under tho body WITHOUT CHANE Tho full history of Mrs Myers of the carriage or wagon or beneath blotches and sores on tho fuco thor downfall AND SPEED ONBIVALED is a sad one and those who tho seat from which there runs an oughly cleanses the blood of boils were associated with her in the days fine exceedingly copper wire carbuncles abscesses and eruptions of the fair are Cars loatlulo give details renders the skin clear young and Kj ItflUWJIITKffff thoroughly insulated connecting hut all of them unite in saying that tho ii you would escape with a button placed in the side of the ueuuuiui blood poison with all its train of hor- womans case now demands that she Macon Jackson- Â¬ drivers sent rors do not fail to use this masterly bo restrained and confinod in some Is ville points From this buttonvhich is almost uiuuu purnier wuicn performed hospital or institution alto cards ftliowintr Dlcturei of twelve hmut nf fllflVrnt Actions oalnted In exactly like the ordinary electric call such stupendous cures lias all variou styles or combinations of shades forwarded upon Application to those in Annie C Myers is the widow of a cases of Intending to balnt button so common in hotels the wire shattered constitution and depravity lake captain and befdro tho worlds Connections are made -NATIONAL LEAD CO CINCINNATI BRANCH is continued out over tho horses back of tho blood Bad health signifies fair used to at Guthrie and accompany her husband NaBhvile for all points Cor 7th St and Freeman Ave Cincinnati O Fixed to tho saddle or collar of the bad blood Sold by R C Hardwick on his voyages and it was said she 4 nrth East harness is an insulating knob around druggist Hopkiusville Ky South and West could manage a boat ns well as he In Pullman Palace Cars which the wire is wound To tho end could She was a woman of preposThousands of cross ties have been of this wire is affixed a sponge which washed away uear Briensburg The sessing appearance nnd at tho meet Â¬ EMIGRANTS when once dampened with salt water ings of the hoard of lady malingers ibis road will receive special low rates is kept moist by tho natural heat of loss will bo very largo oe agents of this company for rates always took a prominent part and was tho animal During tho winter of 1893 F M well liked It was said nt the time oiits c or writf to When the horse balks or is mani Â¬ Martin of Long Beach West Vti C P Atmobe G P T A thai she had money to burn festly lazy instead of using a whip or contracted a severe cold which left Louisville Mrs Myers is said by her friends other cruel means of urging hiln on him with a cough In speaking of to bo the victim of a certain catarrh the driver simply presses tho button how ho cured in he says I used cure which has been exploited recent- Â¬ N TIME TABLE U and a light current is sent from the several difFeient kinds of cough syr ly in the papers as being TRAINS OOINQ NORTH responsible n W up but found no relief until I bought fl SOR m t0UlbfUl Midi battery through tho wire gningtho 10 Matr a bottle of Chamberlains Cough for the dow nfall of a North side man No M Mall horse a slight shock 11 n m Nuwi Nmhvlllp rfom It contains cocaine and the persons o613t Louis Kxnrps Remedy 1000 o m Tho ordinary horse is more orles instantly which relieved me almost who take it as a medicine in many TRA1N8 OOINO SOUTH and in a short time brought used to a whip A sharp blow indeed Jo B3 St Louis Express 607 am about a complete euro When instances beedsno hopeless victims of no Its Nashvllle Accomoda ion 730am rouses him and while the sting lasts troubled with a cough or cold use this the drug n M St Louis Mull 0 49pm No 01 NO limited 012pm accelerates his gait but repeated ap- remedy and you will not find it nec Mtslivlllo icommodailon does riot run to For the last two years Mrs Myers unaay plications arenccesbary to keep up the essary to try several kinds before you lias drifted around getting into North bound St Loula and Chicago Fast relief It has been it Steel Plows Chilled Plows Improved Chilled Plows pace An electric shock however is get over twenty years and the market trouble in Detroit studying law do Â¬ troliiH have lirough tinlns solid and sleepers for constantlv something which thchorso cannot un- Â¬ at important ing housekeeping begging from her Past Line stops Kentucky Plows derstand and the entirely unex Â¬ grown in favor and popularity For friends who gaveorout of pity until md ocrossings HaonlyhrouKh Pullmanstatlona Avery Plows Chattanooga Plows Bleep re Atlanta a sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by pected sensation never fails to startle R J St A dams Agent Also all kinds of plow repairs they saw their gifts promptly used for C Hardwick druggist the most lazy beast into a smart trot the purchase of more cocaine Dr Corn Drills Disc Cultivators Disc Harrows Champion Mowers At first there was some opposition to CPdducah has a one legged barber Frances Dickinson who haw long CHAS CATLETT CLAPENCE HARRIS Hay Rakes and all kinds of Farm Machinery this use of electricity as a persuasive who props himself up on his cruch known Mrs Myers says she considers CATLETT HARRIS power but when it was demonstrated and shaves customers the woman utterly irresponsible and by pratical tests that it accom- Â¬ Formerly with Forbes A Itro needing restraint She is a victim An Affidavit plished the purpose and at the same of a catarrh cure said Dr Dickin- Â¬ and This is to certify that on May 11th son which has made her a slave to time obviafed the brutality of the JEgrOm Hotel Latham HOFKINSVILLE KY whip its use was generally commend- Â¬ x wojKbu to lueiicii 8 urugstore on u cocaine ed Now it is no unusual thing to see pair of crutches and bought a bottle Dr Dickinson warmed to her We have concluded to go into bus M FSHRYER persons who live in tho vicinity of tho of Chamberlains Pain Balm for in- theme and in the course of conversa- Â¬ T C HANBEiiY iness for ourselves and offer our serflammatory rheumatish which had inventors house using electricity in crippled me up After using three tion went for physicians as a body vices to the public at the most reasthis novel fashion Tho driver presses bottles I am completely cured 1 can It is a queer thing to say because I onable prices Paper hanging aspen the button and the horse does tho cheerfully recommend it Chas H myself am a doctor she said but I ialty All work guaranteed rest Leave orders at Gus Youngs Wetzeu Sunbury Pa honestly believe the physicians of HANBERY SHRYER Proprs Telephone 84 2 rings A very different application of elec- Â¬ Sworn and subscribed to before me this land arc responsible for as many tricity is that just devised by E W on August 10 1894 -- Walter Ship ruined lives as the saloon keepers Jilroad St Between Tenth HOPKINSVILE KY Schhindler Jenny a Hungarian who man J P For sale at 50 cunts per When a patient is in pain- instead of Eleventh and OODZZlN has perfected a process by which bottle by R C Hardwick druggist searching for the seat of the disease Careful attention given to sampling and selling all tobacco consigned meals are cooked in almost less time James Smith an agent and promi they are in a hurry and give morphine to us Liberal advances on tobacco in store All tobacco insured unless than it takes to tell it by tho simple nent citizen of Maysville dropped or cocaine or some other opiate and otherwise instructed process of dropping a wire carrying dead in his bath room easo the sufferer who nine times in an electric current into a kettle in ten becomes firmly addicted to tho t which the food is placed THE NEW YORK LEDGER use of the opiate on recovery and in a Eighth and Water Sts By the invention of this ingenious short time is beyond redemption I AMERICAS GREATEST STORY PAPER foreigner all the bother of cleaning have seen too much of that not only Always publishes 3L most Inter the range of ashes and of keeping the esting short stories the best and and special women but business men by the serial stories SEASONABLE BATES articles fire supplied with fuel is done away expense that can be procured regardless of dozen depend on opiates which of The latest fashion notes and pat with Tho mere turning of a small terns can bo found every week on the Womans course in time prove their ruin The Corner 12th and Main Streets- - -crank starts the apparatus and by its the riroJAnvEhSro ls aways something in man or woman who uses morphine or Telepone No 136 NEW YORK LEDGER that will every member of the family 20 pages Prico J BAR use food can bo cooked on a table just 5 HOT AND COLD BATHS BARBER SHOP cents For sale in this town by Glen cocaine becomes quite irresponsible Hopkiusville - Ky as well as on the stove or if tho table Thacker mentally and morally Chicago be lacking the floor will servo very The Globe Savings Bank at Chica- News A G Lanouam Breckenridge Oastleman well Jno B Castleman go made an assignment All that is required is a battery con- Â¬ DOG THE WUNK nected by a wire with a ring shaped How many deaths can be traced It Is of a Specis Raised in China for piece of refractory material called a to a slight cold The record of Food heating body Into this the electric mortality would be greatly reduced A heat passes and heats to any desired iiF cvviy liumu WilH blippuetl wuu a - There has always been n certain temperature A thoroughly insulated bottle of Dr Bells Pine Tnr Houey amount of doubt in exclusive circles iSwjr cuiCAGdp handle is attached to tho ring by The great exterminator of coughs of society concerning tho desirability cold9 croup and kindred affections of introducing choice bits of dog in Columbia Building wihch it is raised or lowered in the pot Southern Department LOUISVILLE KY of great banquet and tho tho in which the food is to bo cooked William Keeling who killed Jim samememis kind of meat has been generally CASTLEMAN Managers BARBEE Philadelphia Press Spicei in Graves county surrendered tabooed at afternoon teasand omitted aud is in jail at Mayftald Does the largest business in Kentucky and largest in the Southern States and PHOTOGRAPHY IN COLOR from tho bills of fare of s ell restau Â¬ Liberal and Progressive in Management also the largest in the world A Word to llijskluns rants But that docs not necessarily Now Reported to Be an Accomplished VINCENNEs I Do you know that many broad mean that he meat of the noble com- Â¬ Local Agents Fact F TqThe EttNSVILlE physicians are Foleys panion does not offer attractions as It is again announced that pho Â¬ minded and Tar Cough using in their tin edible for many people 1 Iundreds HOPKINSVILLE KY Honey Syrup tography in natural colors is an ac- Â¬ practice They have found no reme- and even thousands of people raise irwrfmriiMHaaswrmgM BSBBaaMmJuuBMnoe complished fact Tho news reaches dy thut gives as satisfactory results as largo families of dogs as can bo the public through Sir Henry Wood for all throat and lungconiplaiuts as found in tho near vicinity of the ROBT M WOOLDRIDGE JNO J CHAPPELL NASHVaL secretary of the London Society of this great cough medicine For sale -stricken homo for tho darkys ROUTE OF THE Arts who tested the discovery with by C K Wyly solo purpose of eating tho same when the other experts at lungs college The iliibsellville ice factory will tho pr6per time arrives True these CHICAGO and Tho inventor is Villendion Chas people do not compose the representa Â¬ PROPRIETORS OF THE sagne of Paris The process is sim- Â¬ stait up next week tive elements of society but such a NASHVILLE ple An inexpensive negative is taken A Llfu For SO Cents delightful occupation commands a on n gelatino plate which ha3 been THE ONLY Many people have been of certain amount of respect heated with a solution of certain Kidney disease by taking a curedbotPullman Vostlbuled Train Service with It was in the northern part of China 50c Nowoat and Finest Day Coicos salts Tho naturo of tho solutions tle of Foleys Kidney Cure For sale that the populaco vies with one an- Â¬ Sleeping and Dining Cars used is for tho present kept secret by C K Wyly other in preparing tho choico cutlets Ml The negativo is developed and fixed Mill 1 of dog and for gcneratiqns they have 3TH J3 St and 10th in the ordinary way and when fin- Â¬ Six thousand insurgeuts are chaE been raising dogs there with thobamo vr ished looks like any other negative iug an army of Federal troops in purpose in view as the sheep raiser of N Passenger Depot Opposite L uruguary From it a positive is printed on sen- Â¬ this country Tho edible dog of that Terre Haute Indianapolis sitized paper or a gelatino film plate How to Cure All Skin Diseases country has a distinctive name being CHICAGO or paper previously treated with tho Simply apply SwayneVi IN STORE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON TOBACCO No known as tho wunk dog and when Ointment secret solution Tho positive looks interim medlcluo required Cures tetter ec- - ready for slaughter resembles a young Milwaukee St Paul all eruntkill nil thn exactly like an ordinary photographic zemaltcb leaving the skin clear turn nanus bear more than a dog Hundreds upon HOPKINSVILLE KY nose c white nnd AND ALl POINTS IN THE AX hoalthy Its great healing and curative pow print and shows no traco of color It ers are possessed by no other remedy Ask hundreds of these dogs are raised and is then uhed over with three colored your druggist forSwAYNKs Ointment NORTHWEST many times they have materially NORTH solutions blue green and red and it aided in warding oil hunger and fam Â¬ h 8 Roo bbs Southern Passenger Agent The crevasse near Tunica Miss is takes up in succession tho appropriate Chattanooga Tenn ine They attaina weight of 30 or 40 F V JEFKRIE30P Aof EAT II RR now 500 feet wide color in the appropriate narts and Evanavlll lml pounds and tho meat is said to be HRGRtSWOLD Asst O P A combinations of colors giving all tho Thnt tired feeling is due to impov- Â¬ sweet rand nourishing Chicago KvaiuvilleInd varieties of tint Tho general ap erished blood Eurich the blood Tribune Gas Gasoline and Oil Stovns Ice Chests and pearanco of tho picturo is that of n with Hoods Sarsaparilla aud be Refrigerators Chinai Glassware and Lamps Extinct Species of Plants colored photograph Inspected un Â¬ strong and vgorous Elevn high magnifying power it is der Wooden ware Churns Washing Machines The number of species of plants Refugees are pouring into Helena Entirely new and first class in all seen that tho colors follow details in which havo become extinct is very ator-and Chain Pumps Stone ware Tin Gran Â¬ Ark from every quarter fospects Excellent sample rooms a manner hardly possible for hand- Â¬ largo and yet generic groups rarely Japan ware and Bird Cages Ice Cream ite work San Francisco Argonaut dioout Comparative rescarohes show and service uuequallod in the city VOKLGKKIlS On Double Car Line rilUNIS SYItUl IAXATIVJS that much tho greater proportion of Freezers and Fruit Jars Gasoline and Coal Oil How He Knew C P L P Kleidereb Props For coitlvo children and bilious adults plants whdso remains have boon pre Â¬ Honderson Ky 35e IPOJEL ATimUUSTOKUS Miss Yam isnt at nil musical served in a fossil condition from How do you know earlier geologic periods belong to tho te VOKLGKKKS Ice cream Freezers Galv Iron qor I offered to sing Oh promise me genera which aro represented bv OdlKllI HAL SAM W W GRAY nice Tin and Slate Roofing Guttering and all last night and eho Baid shod proni EVERY DOSE ETFCCTIVE plants now living although many of iso anything if I wouldnt MOO ATUltUUSlOUES theso existing plants differ specifical- Â¬ Tit kinds of job work done on short notice Bits ARTISTS ly from tho earlier ones Prom this TONSORIAL Try before you buy at FAITHFUL MKN Oil WOMEN it seems that now typos nro outgrow- Â¬ Just Gabble WANTED for responsible established ing tho old ones constantly nnd take tvav siivuiu oiiimi ruu uuiLiuirsu ri bouse In Kentucky Salary 780 and oxpeuseso They always talk who never think PohIHoiis pcrmanont Heforence Kncloi their placo in tho gonoral scheme- of Clean towelB and everything first Tho Na life sell addressed stamped envelope Pope TOpp Hotel Latham HOPKINSVILLE KY Give us u call tloual star insurance uuig Chicago vtsiv no getting away THERE the fact that Pure White Lead see list of brands which are genuine and Pure Lin- seed Oil make the best paint Properly applied it will riot chip chalk or scale off but will outwear any of the mixtures offered as substitutes It is there- Â¬ fore by far the most economical Col Dy National Pure White any desired shade readily Pamphlet giving FREE ors using InformationLead Co thnwobtained LeadofTintingfree colors x nv samples valuable and card is mm ELEOTBIOjiiilUKS Illett nYjircosig I I el Itching inipti ril s n h3 moat at night worse by 1 New Waya to Star Your Horso and stinging tocontluuo tumor orm scratching allowed which ofmn unlit unu iiiuuraip upcoming very sore Boll Your Dinner nwAYNKs Ointment stops tlio Rolling aud heals ulceration Electricity is the latest fad invoked bleeding th tuniora At and In twm case remove by mall by drivers of slow or bnlky horses iorSnceiitubr Swayno A druggltor Son Ihtlndelphla MiiiHtiirH itxTiinir Its Victims Become Melancholy and theukeat n m s Pullman Palace for Atlanta Savaiahf and in Florida V rt PLOWS WAGON GEAR yfir3 r feOLD AT LOWEST PRICES G XJS YOTTNGh PAINTERS PAPER HANGERS PEOPLES WAREHOUSE Coal uncLp J Arlington Hotel Louisville Ky a rtd Best 3STut Coal Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL GARNETT CO 1 I I WALTER i North poverty- WOOLDRIDGE CHAPPELL IMITED i f ARMERS WAREHOUSE Railroad bet 9th I g S O UTH i STOVES AND RANGES and Hotel Henderson SOLE AGENT Up-to-da- i GEO W YOUNG Q - JW- 8 HERE AND THERE TOIIACOO noiKINSVlLLE it 9jitifttie Mtntukian Wr y w ftfftjtafcfr NEWS MARKET f 538815 which shows an increase of 11555 as compared with the same period of 1896 For tho month of March 1981735 an increase of 100805 as compared with March 1896 From July 1896 to March 31 shows a decrease iu the earning of 161 120 as compared with tho same period of 1895OQ 1 Mrs S B Crumbaugh is visiting menus in Jlkton Mr John Stitos of Louisville has leaf tobacco boon spending tho week with rela April 7 1897 Receipts aud offer tives iu this city Mrs E A Hathowrty of Owens Dr E N Fruit Dentist offico over ings again very largo this week boro is viBitint her dnilirhter Mrs City Bauk HopkinBvillo ky with an easins off in prices on the M Greon thiswook Very little gardeuing haB been grades above common leaf wore the Ja8 Mr W B Kennedy and family leading features of tho week uono The offerings as a wholo wero poor have gone to JYiaytioJU to live Mr Several fresh JersoycowB forsalo Jtiowover Mere wore some iair anu Kennedy will engage iu the tobacco KWKMTCI Inquire at this office appropriate Bremen Btylos which business to sellers Quarterly mooting at Shiloh Church sold at satisfactory pricos Miss Lilly R Brown returned from next Saturday and Sunday Rev J Common lugs and common leaf wore Ashley 111 yesterday whero ehe leaf woro in stormed over when enrouto homo firm Snuff lugs and 31 LawBon P E will preside InttinnrT rmsift nnri pntnnftfmnn lfl from California to visit friends She Now is the time to sack your hams as on all other grades was accompanied by Miss Maggie lr00g aB wel Call at this office and get your sacks that w 11 fill thb requirements of tho FoulkB who will Bpend several weeks Sprint is now well under way and foreign and home trade with her the Boasons trade is opening up Condition is good considering there Mrs Geo H Johnson and her lit has been so much soft weather which jiicoly is causing tho farmers to be very tle daughter Myrtle who have been Two good sewing machine bu much beuind with their work as visiting Mr Johnson and the family Kies lor sale apply to uteo Celebrated for its great leavening thero has not been mutch corn planted of herbrother Mr G T Stith left Taylor Ninth Street Hen strength and healthfulness Assures or other farm work done up to this for her home m Hopkinsvillo tho feed against alum and all forms Rev W P Lowry an evangelist time There is complaint of the long derson Gleaner of adulteration common to the cheap from Arkansas is holding a protrac- continued wet spell causing serious WIIEN TKAVELINO brands ted meeting at tho M E church damage to wheat and the farmers are Whether on pleasure bent or busi ROYAL BAKING POWDE CO NEW YORK There is south at Trenton very much discouraged ness take on every trip a bottle of If you want Barred Plymouth also in some sections insufficientplant Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleas prepared and the Bocks that are Barred Plymouth land burned and DEATHS antly and effectually on the kidneys not so outlook Bocks place your order for eggs with a crop ofistobacco ilatterina for setting liver and bowels preventing feverB Quoas formerly Rodman Meacuam headaches and other forms of sick ANDEnsoN tations will apply to inside figures The Hopkinsvillo ivy ness For Bale in 50 cent and 1 bot daughter of Chas Anderson died WEEKLY REPORT leading druggists Manu in the city Of brain trouble Wednes tles by all The January report of tho Ohio 885 hhdB factured by the California Fig Syrup day Valley road Bhows net earnings to be Receipts for week The remains will bo taken lo year 8830 hhds Company only 295380 The annual report of 1896 tho Church Hill neighborhood for in shows the net earnings for that year Sales 136 week terment today MATIUMONIAL 8001 year to be 1720921 713 week The Spriugjield Clarksvillo tobacThe Allecrree correspondent of the Offerings 277 Bond Warren Mr Jackson Bond co wagon train drivers do not tax the We are no Rejections for week Elkton Progress says and Miss Delia Warren were married strength of their teams by making prophet neither are we a sou of the in the city Wednesday them pull straight through the mud prophet but it will rain fifteen days QUOTATIONS ON 1896 CROP in this month Watch and see Baker West A T Baker and holes but they carry in their wagons 1 00 Low lugs 150 blocks and tackel which nro attached LOST Between High street and Common lugs 1 50 2 00 MissEffie May West were united in to tho wagon carried to a tree far marriage at the home of tho brido in Woods mill pocket book containing Medium lugs 2 00 3 00 ahead the team then hitched to a about 16 and one small key One Good lugs 8 50 4 50 this citySunday evening Rov C H rope and the wagons pulled through Nash officiating third of the caBh will be given finder Low leaf 3 50 4 50 the mud holes iu this way It is said Beturn to this office Common leaf 4 50 6 00 Letcher Vauguan Mr John K to be quicker and less tiresome for 6 50 8 00 Letcher son of Dr Ben Letcher ex the teauiB than the od way of pulling We have arranged with Mr W T Medium leaf 9 00 11 00 Superintendent of the asylum and through Clarksville Times Thornton an experienced directory Good leaf 11 00 18 00 Miss Hattie RVaughan housekeeper man of Chicago for compiling and Fine leaf 13 00 16 00 at the asylum were united in marHave You publishing a complete city directory Sblections J riage yesterday at 130 oclock p m Clothes to clean or dye It so the of Madisonville and the work will at the residence of Rev begin at once Hustler D Irwiu Ffopkinsville Steam Laundry and Dyo Sale of 45 hhds tobacco April 7 on East Seventh street J Works can do the work properly W T Bonte is turning out some ley uy wneeier wills a Uo beautiful work If you need a fine 25 hhds medium leaf Fair Warning Keail Thin 9 90 9 00 Tho happy couple left at 258 p buggy or other vehicle call on him 8 80 8 00 7 90 7 75 7 75 7 25 7 10 m over the Ohio valley for HenderWe have fouud that we must settle before placing your order 0 T 7 10 6 90 6 60 6 80 6 60 6 50 6 50 son where they will reside in future up our old business So after April is his solicitor for work 6 006 005 955 755 60 5 50 5 25J Thompson Mrs Letchers home is in Alle 10 you that owe us will have to settle and will take pleasure in giving you 5 25 ghany Pa but she come here from with our attorney ThiB meaus you any information on the Bubject 10 hhds common leaf 5 00 to Shelbyvillo Ky about a year ago if you owe us Vou can govern yourShe is a very popular lady and will selves accordingly Fine tailoring Have your clothes 3 50 10 hhdp lugs S2 50 to 1 25 be much missed from the institution Pvle Renshaw made cleaned and repaired by Fow Market continues active and strong The prroom is also quite popular right the Tailor and Cutter RecogAdministrators Sale he having during his stay here made nized by tho trade aB one of the best Wooldridge Chappell sold 75 many friends who wish the couple The E H Sivley place on Canton cutters in the profession much success iu their journey through pike 2h miles from Hopkinsville Suits made from- 20 to J60 Pants hhds aB follows 21 hhds good leaf 12 00 11 50 life from 500 to 15 Bridge street about 2214 acres of rich land about opposite New Era office 35 acres in timber Two buildings on place barn stables and etc will be Dr C H Tandy will in a few days sold first in two partB thou as a whole be located for the practice of dent A on Monday June 7th at Court House Williams istry in the Garnett door at 11 oclock Terms of sale building over Richards Cos store cash balance in 12 and 18 montbB His rooms will be on the second floor AT THE Notes to bear interest from date opening on eighth street and are now being arranged aud fitted up es fl H E E Sivley est Price Admrs E H Sivley pecially for use He expects to be in them and ready for business early next week Handsome solid oak wood work AGENTS -- 25 to S50 per week FOR RENT 2 and nicklc plated trimmings easy You work right arouud home On South Virginia Street four rooms drawers on each side with long A bran new thing- - Write us Quick You will be surprised at how easy it sliding center drawers lined in good repair beautifully situated good stable and garden can be done Send us your address All attachments including with velvet anyway It will he to your iuterest Apply to and accessories and highest to investigate Write to day Ad WALTER P GARNETT CO dress Peoples -- 3911 Market St grade in every respect General Insurance agents Philadelphia Pa ihA it jaL Representing REGULAR 50 KIND The gross earnings of the L N THE ROYAL INSURANCE CO for the fourth week of March wert for sale tit this offico Cook wanted Apply hero llio higher grades of tobacco COllthwo to command good prices BuckB Ham Reported by J II Eggletoiw of Gumming Kgglmon Uo Incorporated buyer on order of denier In and handler of A PP1 Absolutely Pure Prices READ Thats yyv All THE RACKET A1 fcAkiNG Wall paper 3c to I5c per roll POWDER a I uuico 6 i zc per yard Percales yard wide 6c per yard New laces 1c per yard up New embroideries 2c per yrirdjip See our 45c shirts in show window Ladies straw sailors 8c Laundry soap 2 cakes Sc Lead pencils 2cper dozen Best machine thread 3c per spool One cross 25c r X eighteen-mouths-ol- d acate buttons 3c V1 t IC needle books for 3c One dozen boxes matches 8c Masonville fruit or Ionsdale bleached domestic 6 He yard wide The Racket Hope domestic 5 34c Columbus good yard wide bleached domes tic 4 Mc per yard Alens laundried shirts assorted colors good 25c each better ones 35c Alens moleskin pants 45c new Mens linen collars 4 ply for 5c Ladies linen sailor hats 37c Zinc covered trunks barreltop good looker for 125 Better looker for 150 V up-to-da- Canvas telescope all right 35c ones for 47 58 and 80c Saxony dress ginghams 4c per yard Tin sprinklers 8c up There is only one store Larger The Big Store Water coolers 93c up China matting 9c per yard Bicycles sold for cash or on credit Our bicycle store is 1897 but we Edont do a thing to prices on wheels Horse brushes 9c up Paint brushes 2c up Full line of granite ware at the usual Racket We buy tinware and granite prices ware by the car load direct from the fac- Â¬ tory and our retail prices are less than if Vtf 1Z1X3Sr t At the Great Bargain store for 1595 Of Liverpool CO THE JSTNA INSURANCE THE NIAGARA FIRE INS THE FIRE ASSOCIATION CO Of Hartford Of Philadelphia the average merchant pays Rubber balls c each Base balls 3c each Base ball bats 4c each Fish hook line and bobber and sinker complete for 1c Pie pans 2c each Bassett S Co Wreckers 1 Of New York UNITED FIREMENS INS CO Of Philadelphia OFFICE Cor 8th and Main Sts Up Stairs HOPKINSVILLE KY all of High Prices Fulled to Separate IHBHeuger I f is what we always handle Jo Smith the well known passenger conductor on this division ol the L Our motto is N wi8 fined 25 iu Nashville for failure to seperate passengers on one of his trainB It seems that a colored lugsSi We have a full stock of Market coutiuues very actie and passeuger was permitted to ride strong ou all grades Ship your among the whites on his train be tobacco to us and we will see to it tween points in Tennessee and the matter was reported to the authorithat full values are realized for sowers of wheat also ties of that state The case has been Yours Truly a better understanding1 of the appealed transient nature of the many phys WOOLDRIDGE ClIAPPELL ical ills which vanish before proper ef Meeting of Kentucky Uriuul Lotlue forts gentle efforts pkasanteftottb fresh from the Spring 3 Knlglits of Honor rightly directed There is comfort a Sales by Gaither West April 6 the knowledge that so many forrea of O V Account of above times a week 7th sickness are not due to any actunl dis Â¬ aud hhds of 195 hhds as follows 12 00 Ry will sell tickets meeting the and 9 to Louisville good to fine leaf ease but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system which tho pleasant 100010 75 1125 9 60 10 00 9 80 return on certificate plan on April tli St near 0 Coo llitfDepot I2th aud 13th round trips family laxative Syrup of Figs prompt 9 7010 75 removes That is why it is the only ly E M SnEawooD Agt remedy with millionsof families and is 7 23 hhds rued leaf00 588 60 8 10 25 8 50 007 007 507 908 so highly by all everywhere esteemed who value good health Its beneficial 8 25 8 90 8 50 7 50 7 50 8 10 8 70 67 4 home phone 107 3 fact that it is the effects are duo to thepromotes internal 8 90 8 40 7 r0 7 00 7 20 7 5o 7 50 office phone 26 YEARS IN one remedy which debilitating 77 hhds com and nondescript leaf the cleanliness without SAME OLD STAND organs on which it nets It is therefore 4 Sli V5 6 00 5 80 4 95 4 70 F 50 005 253 755 605 75 6 20 5 50 to got VtEMEfik all important In order when Its bene you pur i iu nu 4 71 U 20 iUU fi 75 5 50 COURTESY ficial effects to note DIUflKNCK arti Up Stairs in Henry Block Op Opera House chase that you have the genuine Cali 6 753 804 604 504 00 6 80 GOO by the cle which is manufacturedand sold by 5 208 605 705 005 0 6 80 6 30 X 5 UU sr H on 1 os nn a o 70 fornia fcljr Svrup Co only 11 reputable druggists a BU 0 fU 4 95 5 00 5 80 5 70 5 50 you aud will do it If yon will come aud seo in large Htook of If in UM eujo vine ut of good health system Is regular laxatives or and the 90 If 4 other remedies are then not needed one 4 50 6 00 5 K0 5 30 5 40 4 75 3 85 FURNITURE AND KINDRED BRANCHES disease 4 00 4 60 6 50 0 30 4 50 i0 5 ofJllcted with any actual most skillful My expenBea are light as I am up Btaira and I will make it 6 106 805 106 706 00 4 00 4 50 nrav be commended to tho pay you to conin aud boo mo v it hrxtlve physicians but if m need 27 hliilB good to medium Lugs I am prepared to dtTUndertakinpr in all its branches lam also and with tlw the best one should have everywhere Syrup of S ou io a uu liefer jou to those that have a practical KMBALMER well luformed 60 hhds com lugs and trash heou mv work stands highest and Is most largely Figs 11 25 1 00 10 50 10 25 10 00 9 75 9 65 9 60 9 50 9 40 9 25 9 10 9 00 9 X 8 50 8 50 8 50 8 40 8 25 20 hhds raed leaf 7 75 to 6 00 25 hhds low leaf S6 00 to 4 50 5 hhds good lugs 4 00 to 3 00 4 hhds com 75 to 1 25 PURE DRUGS Bluestone The Racket Pint cups 2c each Cups and saucers 20c a set We have about the hottest queensware department in town 100 piece decorated dinner set real good quality 655 Big line of gold band ware just in from the factory They are very varm Good tubular lanterns 39c Moore light Purest and Best Gladness Comes Dawson Water Jas Good lamp complete I6c New lace curtains special baroains 35c a pair and up Remnants of Brussels carpets I fo20 yards iu length 48c per yard e White wash brushes 7c up JQEi The Big 5 1 1 Can Sell Store The Racket Main J H Kugler Owner 2I4 2IB 8 street HflPKHF l IIIMUII ULU KV ll I Bsed juulgivesrnnst jrenpral sntisfaci ion SI 00 to 2 50 A- - W rYLt