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VOL XIX fs tffcff HPPKlNSViLLE KENTUCKY TUESDAY 0REAM OF JULY 13 1897 NEWS COLUMN NO 55 LIKE AN EPIDEMIC THE HOT WAVE SWEPT BEINCS AWAY IHUMAN OLD MAN SUICIDES PRESLEY O MARTIN ENDS HIS LIFE WITH A SHOTCUN A Well Known Clothing at Half Price j- IS NEW ANDTRUETHIS HAS IT StrttMRIiy Tilghtnlng-AunsMnnted-- Klll Vfdjly Llghtnlng-Drou-nod-- Ice It Monlnctei CMse O Seduction VSalo i AtoreTlinu 2000 1roiitrntlona From nndCifiO Fiitulltlos llent Christian Old Citizen of NortU Tired or Life The Keasou Assigned Todny m We have gone through our clothing and picked oui IOO Mens Bpysjand Childrens light weight and light colored suits and marked them down to Oneflalf of the Regular Price This lot contains some of thcfincst suits in our stock goocfs among fliemn No fr lrostrated by The Iltat Peter Herb u well known L Nffieisrht conductor became over heatedit Sebree Friday and liad to oo tauen to ins botno in JEarliugton for treatment At last accounts he Vvjis Slowly from the recovering proamnion Jrifc cheap or shoddy AT f Mr Hlumenstlcl Dies Suddenly Mr P E Blumenatiel a brother M vf of 15 Mens All Wool Suits Henry Blumenstiel of this city fljedvry suddenly at his home in Svanayillo Iud last Thursday Hia midden demise was caused from the iftfteufiiglieiit which had prevailed in that ciy for two weeks At 349 the Suit BROWN GREY AND PLAID CHEVIOTS ft Hj i V ANDERSON THE GO i Great Attraction for Buyers ARE THE- - IN Cut prices AT PETREE In the city All custom made Reliable Goods and COS Largest and most complete stock of SHOES HATS FURNISHINGS and HOSIERY at prices not equaled by any house in this country V See our goods and prices before you hny K Petree of tlieOo Boot Sign Bis s m ra5nBxfaiBGg Public Appreciation Nerves our efforts and we are showing our appreciation by the prices we are making v Goods you faro thinking of link us with your thoughts and we will convince you that the best is not to good if prices are right If It Is EEisli GMifei Remeiniber I and an elegant line of JHfarness saddles blankets collars N That we can show you any thing you may need in ifcfcJBaok bands names chains etc oary th LARGEST stock and gW Lap Dusters LOW2EST prtc jF 207 South Main i A YOST fk CGI i it ft sr 3 The dwelling house of Mr M D Kelly on EaBt Seventh treet was Beforethe thunder Btorm Saturday morning was again hot and sultry burned Friday afternoon about 330 but in the afternoon the long prom oclock A thunde storm had just ised cool wave came and we have passed over the city and the supposisince that time been enjoying pretty tion is that the house was struck by lightning The entire roof was ablaze decent weather when the alarm was given and as the Dr2MuUinw Uets u Judgment house was a frame building it was Dr G N McGraw a traveling speedily consumed and but little of doctor was given a judgment against the contents could be removed The the town of Marion for MGO damages department turned outbut some delay occurred in getting one of the hose for false imprisonmeut and unlawfully ctffts to the scene and the building ties collecting of special town licensed was almost entirely destroyed before x t i The Boys Went to Churchf mi j iud cutiu was nib i ueuiueu uKuuisi me f enough streams coull be turned ou The Courier Journal of yesterday tfoctor but he took it to the Courfc of to put out the fire The firemen Appeals where tb decision was however did good work and soon says reversed The Latham Light Guards o stopped the flames after they got to Hopkinsville Ky the crack company Vifty Days For J oil ii Smith work A whitoman giving the name of The house was occupied by Mr Kel- of the regiment attended service in a ly and the family of hisbrother in law body in the morning at the Second John Smith and hailing from St John McSweeney Both families lost Presbyterian church at Second and Louis was arrested at Crof ton Friday their household effects Mr Kelly Broadway Dr T D Witherspoou charged with petit larceny He was estimates his loss at 3000 He had of the Louisville Presbyterian dem held over by the examining court and no insurance on the house or its iuary occupied thd pulpit iu place o the Rev Clmrles R Hemphill who is was brought here and tried by the nniitantn you his vacation Having beenV county judge Saturday He confessed UPSET PRICE STANDS informed that the company would to having stolen a razor from a party at Crofton and was giyen 50 days in Judges llarr Ilcfuses to Loner the Ohio probably attend the services Dr Witheyipoou appropriately selected the work house Vallry Figures two texts from the thirtieth Circuit Court ilegins chapter of Numbers Let us go Louisville July 10 Judge Barr The July term of the Todd county in the United States court to day re up at once and We be not able tc circuit court convened in Elkton yes fused to reduce the upset price of go 1up sermon was an Â¬ he terday The docket shows about the Ohio Valley railrpad heretofore trayal of faith as excellent por- Â¬ the foundatwenty civil cases twenty live equity fixed at Sl050000 and the road will tion for courage The chapter from cases and about half dozen Common be sold next Tuesday by4Commission which the texts were taken give the reports of the twelve men sent wealth cases The most important ers James Quarles and John Roberts Moses to make a recounoissance ofby case1 on the docket is that of George a reported that the Illinois Cen- country which was to be invaded and T Saddler of Springfield Tenn It is will buy the property to report the condition of the against The American Surety Com tral John Roberts and James Quarles strongholds and the strength enemys pany for damages the commissioners appointed to con- numbers Two of the meu of their duct the sale of the road stated that us go up at once while said Let Destroyed Ills Hay Crop the other Two large stackB of hay belonging they had offered the road for sale at cried We be not able to go up Henderson on June S and July 6 and Tfie two men who favored immediate to Mr Dock Littlefield near the city that there had been no bidders The were struck by lightuing Friday road will again be offered on July 13 invaeion Dr Witherspoon held up as being exemplary characters as they afternoon and catching on fire wero Lightnings Deadly Work had sublime faith in God reduced to ashes Mr Littlelield had During the heavy rain Btorm Frijust topped off the stockB and had lembrolte Items only driven away a short distance day afternoon Mr Abner Tuggle a Pembroke July 10 The little when they were struck He consid well known Trigg county farmer was folks were delightfully eutertained ere that he had a very narrow escape struck by lightning iu a field near here last Tuesday night at the hospi- Â¬ from death his home at Tugglesville and instantly killed Mr Tuggle and two table home of Mrs F A Trice ia The iluclcct Came Up honor of her little sister Mattie Belle A strange incident occurred at the of his little boms were at work when Edmundson of Hofkinsville The the storm came up and had just Doris house last Thursday In the started for the house when the cur guests were Misses Mattie Bro yard is an unused well except for rent descended Hia two sons were naugh Lorene Allen Mabel and Nel- Â¬ watering stock etc aud on the day quite badly shocked but will recover lie Stuart Ruby Lackey Trena and Mr Tuggle was about 45 years old Lurena Lloyd Bertha Mann Nora above mentioued a zinc well bucket which had been in the well for possi- and leaves a wife and six children and Maud Ledford Ellie McCrae bly ten years by some means rose to He was a brother of Mrs J T Wall Ethel aud Annie Williams Mollie the top of the water and was found of this city aud was a highly respect Garnett ofInez Ogborn Marguerette Wilson this place and Nellie Lacy and taken out The bucket was red ed citizen aud Birdie Miller of Hopkinsville with rust and the rope attached to it Assassination In Hopkins and Essie Day of Crofton Messrs was so rotten that it fell apart like Cyprian Trouillias a farmer of the Smedley Bow Brico Moore Chas dirt The well is eighteen feet deep and is about ten feet iu water and Nebo country met a horrible death at Lirabam Uuy Wilson Robert and Akerman Walter McCrae just why thiB long lost und rusty old the hands of an assassin Monday BernardJesse aud Herman Ogburn While eating supper just Frank well bucket should cut such a queer night Morrison After caper is quite strange In fact the after dark Borne one shot him in the Will and Chas back of the head with a double bar- partaking of all the good things occurrence seems to baffle folks them aud playing reled shot gun through a window spread before llomid Over ou a Serious Choree The back of the head was horribly games till a late hour the crowd dispersed breathing words of thanks to The examining trial of Arthur mangled being almost torn off Thecu vtaa no one at the house at the host buq hoatesta and wishing WFcuug charged with the seduction of the time except his wife and his two ttielrUttfe playmate many another a female under 21 years of ago was children Mrs Trouillias was wash nappy birthday Mrs Lizzie Hord daughter of held before Judge John W Breathitt ing the supper dishes and did not see Friday aud resulted in the defend who committed the cold blooded Mrs Ham fiord died Sunday morn Â¬ ing of fever nut being held over uutil the next deed Pembroke is on a boom Soveraf grand jury investigates the case The rrouilliaa wbb a Frenchman about Vrmnrv 45 yours of age and has lived in ftnen iq n rnfliai rimnlinv ntiA the new houses are being erected we also have a new flour mill aud newspaper seduced Miss Maud couuty about twenty yoare- - Mail it is claimed plant Veach under promise of marriago Caught In Chicago He claims that later along be was Lost Five Milch Cows Bray and Charles Bates who of the young Dave forced by the father Mr John Morris the dairyman He refused to are under indictment for the murder lady to marry her with her however and Bhe sued of Jas Travis the ex Confederate lost five of his best Jersey cows liye At the last term of iu Nashville during the Reunion Suuday They got into his sorghumi for a divorce Confederate Circuit Court the judgo set aBido the of Veterans were fijld Saturday nicht and beciSjei marriage declaring it null and void optured in Chicago Saturday and rounuereu anu uieu tuo next mors- The arrest of the young man on the nassed through this city Sunday ing Ho torning in charge of pQicors enrouta above charge thou followed Nashville where tker will be tried gavo a 250oond for his appearance There were 58 deaths and 23 births for their lives apd ws r4Med fro custody reported in Nashville laBt wek Ills Lots Wug Total Mr J A Tomliusou who formerly lived iii this couuty near Fairview but who now resides near Dover JSttavart county Tenn lost his resi dence together with entire conteuu by firo a lew days ago Mr Tomliu son had no insurance and the loss falld heavily upon him End of the Uot Spell The highest joint reached by local thermometers was 1015 on Friday Chicago July 10 The record of prostrations and deaths resulting from the long heated term approach es in magnitude that of a general epidemic Reports from all sections of the country received by the Associat ed Press to night show prostrations numbering in the neighborhood of 2000 with fatalities cose to 350 In addition to this thero were scores of deaths resulting indirectly from the intolerable heat the death rate in many of the large cities showing a fearful increase over previous years The Central States suffered more severely than other sections the heat being most deadly in Chicago Cin cinnati and St Louis In number of fatalities this city heads the list with 87 deaths Cincinnati and suburban points reporting 65 and St Louis 42 Throughout the South the heat was intense but the death rate was much lower than the North Seventeen of the deaths were in Louisville and many others in Kentucky Esq P 0 Martin one of tbp best known citizenB of the Bluff Springs district in North Christian committed suicide Saturday morning He took his shotgun and went out to his horselot and putting the muzzle in his mouth shot off the top of his head Death was of course instanta neous iio hit a note stating that he had intended to kill himself tbe day before but his son was away from home and he concluded to wait uutiK he returned He assigned as a reason that he was tired of living The report of the gun was heard and the family soon found him ancE the disfigured corpse was taken to the house and prepared for burial Th interment occurred on Sunday and was largely attended by his friends and neighbors Esq Martin was for many years a justee of the peace and was a and prominent man in his neigh-Â¬ borhood But misfortune came upon him He lost his property aud other troubles came to harass him in his old age Not long ago he had to move from his old home and located just over the Todd county line near Allegree He had been despondent for some time and it was not a sur prise to his intimate friends when the old man concluded to end his troubles by his own hand Esq Martin was not far from 75 years of age He was one of the promiuent actors in the noted Pen nington trial 51 years ago He leaves several grown children and many relatives and friends in the Northern portions of Christian and Todd coun- Â¬ well-to-d- o Fired by Lightiiing Jl 8 4 and-uirty-fir- ma nsroUHint inrVfn iiAiitiuv ro njta- jt r geUiM flekJp And utirellnljlo hus quite rcdecaviytVhorsHf this season in her do votcjlcfea to the useful nnd generally jXibbminr giimioiit Sho luvinhes upon her btst und warmest nlFccttoiiB anil in her nnnrlor judgment no material trimmed in a corresponding manner MILLIONS ARE WASTED and finished 4t the wrist with full frills pf lnce that fell well over tin- hand in In u How tb the most Fodploo Treiftury Jit iFttahlta Still Aoknowlodgrua tho changeable approved tnnnner climate such as ours I la nobbed ttlgtu and Loft Reiffn of tho Biouao i ilnulse to venture out of an evening Wiiuqut some curt of shoulder oovor Mc3tvl of tlie Murlc Antoinette log 8nd the uninrt littlo bolero coats AbniUft In OfllHnl 11 fi- - Wlilrli cet HiiIim Icm Ialtl Uorrrotlon iUnFlcbu Onlnty White Unnlm with their full wing sleeves seem to ti IorjMtiih W tio U foi JHacli In Uvlilrnco Te ho vc been designed for Jhls ery pur Ha Hi TIh Latest ItMSUIrtn Tbcy arc tootle of Jjlnef silk with jk sleeve oithor In filie black lnci or tie sL Fliem too I edrdlon plnittd chiffon tp ISpectal Ohtcdjro LatterJ t tin frrutosl TMJ4 ttJ5l In spite of nil that 1ms Uecn Raid and tlfcre lire cbannlfg ltffli JiilioAiluV vrrjttou to the conthiry ie tfoinfseor art pes ruffled and ritehQcLffiffi MiflWn littrlirtaV rdDM CTViMt rlfarOeolimuU WllA thetnueh belbvwl liloitwscitri ijolrfstliS nil ItieS tlittt look more IlJOTlnflfcrnlied I J It lit or fit hand than It AM Renjrnl ftoflsons pllnra thnn aaythlfyosu fihifitnj lind IP ifT tbeiOHl eftmaxsinimr uoeu ai- - KATE GARDNERS HUT i I it they are uiacJojUnlntHj nrcir wuitliiu Ings of bright hned ilk cOttrMl vltl finely embroidered tfrns linen oroide In applique designs carried out in palest yfcllow luce top of 3 ti vv the shoulder l IWWEMJMQ trio It ejtseH Wy y J y74RWflt 4k 4L V 2hM Marie Antoinette fichu drewid woman nowadays considers hrr toilet complete without a the eulprlfiiJotigjigo No well When properly fichus have a quaint and rather pic- Â¬ turesque effect and harmonize most dellghtfuly with the poke bonnets of The Tuscan straw now so popular prettiest but not most expensive by any manner of means are made in white or black point d esprit net with the full net trills edged with nanow 7 list eon red Is nl- - num The hhionut of bow Ihltflt orit Is Thrrertrc7rk most fabulous und t tobef df peo M0 post ofilctiH niiotih i IrnM bherylsap of those post orflcoAw nro paying an tile who tktiiTeiftl b Very slruuge ihut nxptnge of 001 tnlljyonr mor6 thnn italUnttf It nHm should pay flint fellow a total i his htbrV should have to be written tvhensd tnnnN people of Intelligence nre wnate of about 2aiqpQ0 each year Without going detail as to interested null should have ditcowrcd tted Ii6r oVeriVt M m tUy V onu Unes nnd In other blness ttitW gentlelneri would JlM It dlUlcult irt oamjhJralhnnseorfjieVun who are recelrlngeach4100U more than should be paid them Do you realize what that means It tneuns that the OteMnsnl peoplo of this country ure annually paying ut Itmst SUOdOOOOmore Until outflft o be paid foj elcrlcal services in Washington city These lebMtGtl ohnlvbnito nnri nlu KnrinLU urn Rlttintivl immnrlintnt Chess u r UIJ1I11 n f Look Ct the postal system There are phskp unioucepniwrwwrn vtodtot iiouisvuio Ky uti4t niUu eaut of fuda ntt16g i poMfnntstehii In every town Of SUUOO or urDlalwcI with capacity J per eMortolhUiu mole mjjnbltunt who are drnufng iotn i dm own Ai0tVfNlvnllmlv Springs nnd ottKbt6ir6iiUtoTifho charge Invalidtheofbum a S ArCRdu mouho hvo irnnWui Mm Snritnj fthimltf rwemW thai Umi etna salaries jrunlng from 1000 ujv toC about 3000 olerki in Washington alone lM t tkfc the places duced salaries I figure good men nd women rho would be at greutly re it that there are THE GREAT SUMMER RESORT 189 II II DAWSON SPRINGS ARCADIAHOUSE i - DAWSON Hopkins County KENTUCKY i v I1 LJ1M pr mMrh ml liquid Hhlfa ttShnrttmfmiturt d WSf t tfW prlng for tmoiplilotf If cto ain Jl tiOLKMAN CO to ma ary V flprletors mm mis te m PLUMBING Tfllenlione 1560 D figures drujod round the shoulders these i i y EXQUISITE TUCKED BLOUSE with her approval The French modite tseems to be the only one who most thoroughly understands the art of prop erly making and finishing- a blouse and no matter whether the material be of the finest quality or of1 the mostinex ipeuKive kind the result is ever the same perfection in fit and finish She gives as much attention to the sewing on of the necessary hooks and eyes as is be stowed uyon the most elaborate collar of the still more fanciful and intricate front Whether or no the real secret of tho most eminent success of the French is to be found in this very matter of careful attention to small details I am unprepared to say but it is certainly true that a blouse turned out by an Parisian modiste is touch more sought after than either the German or English product In the Important matter of matexial there is absolutely no limit the va riety ranging from the costliest silks ifdown to the most inexpensive cotton The material however in ifabrics greatest demand at the present moment lis grass linen of an exceedingly fine and sheer quality When mounted over colored silk lining this certainly makes an ideal waist and one very appropriate for the most dressy occa sion Lovely blouses for garden party wear and other summer functions are made of bright colored silk softly veiled Hinder snow flake tulle dotted all ovei tvith small dots matching in color the silk in the waist These are altogethei the newest and prettiest models seen thus far and are quite the proper thing to buy providing one can afford it Bui as this tulle is very expensive and alas very perishable as well only the for tunate woman with a well filled purse ican count such a waist among her pos tulle covisession But even though ered blouse may be just beyond oneE reach this need not cause despair be cause one made of pretty foulard ii carefully cut and fitted is almost at chic and smart looking One seen with in this week was so dainty and charm 11 ling1 that it deserves a description was made of blue and white foulard nr--tistte Â¬ Â¬ -- too pood for its construcno trimming too fine for Its adornment You must bear in mind iJiowever that there are blouses and tdouscs and the cheap HNflttlng ready made model so assertive at the present taoment is not the kind that meets tion and s considered Valenciennes lace or trimmed with row upon row of black velvet ribbon Fine clear muslin us wall ns plain batiste is much liked for these fichus They are very simply trirntnfd with full plaited rufllcs of the same material In the matter of gowns there is very little of interest to write about This is what dressmakers call the off season and novelties are few and far between On all hands the best modistes are making the most fragile and delicate muslin dresses imaginable most elaborately trimmed with frills and flounces nnd without a single exception finished at the waist with broad ribbon sashes In no other feature save this and the little bolero are two gowns alike The trimmed skirt is now an established fact aud in the dainty summer fabrics it Is simply delightful All white gowns will be very much worn as the season advances and surely nothing i9 more becoming and ap- Â¬ propriate for warm weather wear than white All sorts of materials will be used in making them from the heaviest pique to the thinnest sheerest lawn The people of the tnited States have been crying and whining about hnrd times for the nasi three years when they should V the richest people In the They are intelligent and Id il world ea ted nnd certainly ought to know the ause of the hard times of whloh they They should have been complaining study current events anil make note of the fact that all men in public life are not honest and that very few will have their names placed upon the calendar of saints They ought also to note that some men in public life are dishonest and that those who have remained In public life longest have been most often tempted to better their conditions no matter how 1 think it is time for the men who run the government of the United States to come to judgment It is time to tell at least enough of the truth to set the people to thinking on right lines They do no need a revision of the tariff every four years They do not need to disturb a monetary system which has been stable for more than a generation There was nothing the matter with the monetary system of this country until men high in public life began deliberately to rob the treasury right before the eyes of a patient people If the people of the United States had novr in their possession the total sum of 500000000 or more of which they have been plundered they would not be crying about hard times No one who studies the annual appropria- Â¬ tion bills which are passed by both houses of congress nnd approved by the president no one who takes the Bine Book and studies the list of sal nrles which are paid for clerical serv- Â¬ ices no one who can be sufficiently non- Â¬ partisan to make comparison between the appropriations and expenditures of the government and who will contrast the official salaries of men with those of the business world will fail to see that the extravagance of the govern Â¬ ment of the United States Is simply ap- Â¬ palling He will be a very narrow minded man who will view these things from a partisan standpoint and seek to place the blame upon the political party to which he does not belong While the politicians are inducing the people to blame it on the other fellow they it may be saullthat any man at rm ei nAiblo Nashville Teiin PRACTICAL SUJXIVAN STEAM FITTINGfr No JMMa GAS Estimates Solicited Orders Promptly Attended To 183 Noath Colleso Street JNO ROBFM WOOLDRIDGE J CHAPPEL WOOLDRIDGE CHAPPELL of the- - PROrniETons If Hi 3Z ml lm IVI J3NOUOH AND TO l M iff nm REHOUSE mm N Passenger Depot OH SPAItE Railroad St bet 8th and 10th Opposite L esperiencc can sit down and demon- Â¬ strate to his friends in the parlor or in the schoolhouse that tho people have been robbed of not less than 50000 000 each year for at least ten years and in that period alone there has been a waste of the enormous sum of 500 000000 LIBERAL ADVANCES TOBACCO IN STORE iHOPKINSVILLE KY NAT GAITHEfi JAMES WEST THE LATEST IN SKIRTS I olcnuea are the most successful in plundering their deluded hearers To be practical let instances be cited Well there are six auditors of the treasury each of whom receives a salary of You have right in your own 55000 own several bright young mon who are well educated and perfectly cap- Â¬ able of performing the functions of a treasury auditorship as well as any ward politician on earth and anyone of those young men would be glnd to fill the position of an auditor and have four years of residence in Washington een if the salary were only 2000 in- Â¬ stead of 5000 per wnum Now that being the case why should the govern- Â¬ ment pay each of those auditors 5000 per annum Is it not a sheer waste of SI 8000 per annum V Would any busi ness man pay more for salaries than Is absolutely necessary Why then does the got eminent pay CHARMING DINNflll GOWN these excessive snlaries to the auditors Simply because the senators and mem fahowing a dash of pink here and there bers of congress who make the appro Â¬ la littlo lace bolero opened over a friends priations want their pobr tucked front of cream tinted chiffon rewarded for party services nd they rwbile the sleeves which were fcoino give them fancy salaries but the over what larger than those we have been taxed people have to pay the money accustomed to oeelng were tueked in s It is simply highway robberj and noth Â¬ similar manner clear to the elbow and ing else But these six auditors of the teach tuck edged with a tiny frill oi treasury are insignificant as compared ilncly pluitcd chiffon with the whole story The new tucked blouses similar to In this oity nlone there are over S000 the one in the illustration are jaunty clerks who draw salaries of 1S0Q or enough to please the most looking 2000 each and there are about 4Q09 fastidious in such matters and with the clerks who draw salaries of 1409 9r of extreme novelty will tadded chnrra 1600 coch There are plenty of intelliprove well nigh irresistible to the gent young men and women through- Â¬ jinnjofity of womankind But tills out the country who would be glafl tp style con only be successfully worn by lle in Washington and work from nine toll slender woman of graceful the ICATCpARDNER oclock in tha morning until fdiir kind carrlafir- Not nil materinl takes And She Furnnuc It oclock in the afternoon for 000 per Ho tucks so the choice In this is rathor First Author 1 am of several good rioin taffeta nnd he small ing sometimes I havevery slow at writ unnumand you knowyour FJrarteil to wait ten min nnd competent men in own neigh fcnked silks ore much used but the utes for a word borhood who would gladly accept such have seen were made of fine pretties I Second AuthorI dont ray wife is n position for 000 per annum Well illncnTnuIl each sronll tuck beim edged Kswi n me next room lj is jmitiu- - mere is notmng aimcuii in tneworKoii full ruffle of narrow Volenr usuquy with these clerks and there are plentyTof lace The tucked slaves irerrneÂ¬ bills as one might well imagine for somehow the dust and dirt of the street do not seem to stick to it ns to most other wash goods These stylish costumes are made in the two piece fashion that is with coat and skirt Some times the skirt is trimmed profusely with braid but when turned out by swell tailors it is invariably plain with the coat cut in one of two styles either the serviceable reefer or the trim little Eton For yachting a white gown made of linen duck is considered quite tho proper thing and the fancy of the moment is to have both skirt and coat heavily braided in bright scarlet With this natty costume is worn a snow white sailor hat utterly devoid of trim ming save the narrow scarlet band round the crown and white yachting shoes showing the new celluloid heel The rapidity with which the fnshion makers change the style in skirts is delightful to the modiste but simply distracting to those many women whose first and dearest aim in life is to keep strictly up to date in all matters pertaining to dress Those high in uu thority claim that the doom of the plain skirt is at hand while others equally reliable predict that a good fight will bo made for its retention especially in woolen materials But we cannot close our eyes to the fact that the gen eral adoption of the full round skirt is only a matter of time every mode of garniture surely tending to that end The real objection to the round skirt occurs at the top juat where nt pres-Â¬ ent we are very desirous of UvpUg everything as fiat and shapojy as pos sible To atlciin this end some entor prising artist in this direction has de signed a yoke skirt which knowing oues claim meets every requirement and will be vastly popular before the close of the season A dress skirt made with a yoke sounds rather daring 1 know but yet It is very pleasing nnd tho only wonder is that It was not thought of lon ago The skht is sot on to the yoke either plain or in gathers across the front and then gently enseu until at the back of the hips all the full ness is thrown Into three large plaits which seems to afford just the required owing The skirt in the picture has tho yoke of lace the round full skirt being set to it in gathers while the two seemingly disappear beneath an ordi Â¬ nary gathered belt Fine Irish linen makes an ideal white gown and not such an extravagant one in the important matter of laundry Then there is our peculiarly-con-strucivil service law which is building up an office holding aristocracy which will continue thlB state of affairs unless some apostlo with courage shall come along and tell the truth the whole truth and awaken the people Great God Mr Secretary can you do nothing for me nt all The tears came despite her strong effort to control her feelings as she stood beside the desk of tho cabinet minister of the nation Her whole frame trembled with emotion as she said When tho colonel died he said to me almost with his lajjt breath Mollie I believe that I have left you in comfort- Â¬ able circumstances But if you ever become poor and needy go to Gen Sherman or Gen Sheridan and tell them that you axe my widow You will be well cared for rest assured of that Teach the children to remember that their father was a Boldier and that he died of the wounds received at Champion hills in Chickamauga and at Five Forks The doctors say that tho last wound in the lung3 is what has brought mo to this gasping close of life But the country will care for you Mollie and you need neer fear And so believing Mr Secretary he died And now you tell me that the re Â¬ public has no power to help me Gen Sheridan is dead but I have Gen Shermans letter telling about the colonels services before Vicksburg in December 1862 and later at Missionary Ridge Gen Rosecrons writes of his gallantry at Chickamauga But Sheridan is dead and cannot tell of Five Forks I wrote to him about It but the next day the newspapers said that Sheridan was dying Mr Secretary I am in absolute want I must have something to do please make a place for me in the de-Â¬ ct GAITH1R TOBAGGO WEST MERCHANTS COMMISSION Hopkinsville Ky Liberal advances made on Tobacco Four months storage Free Jr DR T F STANTON Has opened a branch of his Veterinary hospital and Horse shoe ing shop on eighth St opp y T Bontes carriage shop Hopy niuaviiic ivy wucic uc is iiuiv icauy iu acire mc yuuus SKILLED MECHANICS who have been in his employ for years shoe anything from race horse to a mule NEW SHOES TERMS WG 25c EACH W Mif rm 1 Cash or monthly contracts H Faxon Wheeler Wheeler Mills Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Co Grain Dealers THE WIDOWS PLEA to appoint you as a charwoman at 20 per month Will you accept that Yes Mr Secretary I wlllacceptany thing to keep away the pangs of hunger to give mo a roof to shelter me and to keep me from sin and shame The appointment was made The talented beautiful girl bride of the soldier who had fought so well is a gray haired charwoman in the department In the same building is the widow of a confederate general She got into the department under the last ad- Â¬ ministration no matter how She got there and her salary is 1600 per annum She has4133 per month She gets 33 per week nnd works with a pen The widow of tha union soldier gets only 20 per month and she works w ith a broom scrubbing brush and feather duster after the other lady has gone to her clegnut rooms to dress In silks and satins laces and ribbons for the oporn The boldiers widow wears calico eats crackers and cheese and in winter phlvers in a fireless room with bare floors and hnrd bed for 20 per month does not buy luxuries in the capital of the nation which was saved by the prowess and self abnegation of nnm like her noble husband partment My dear madam replied the secretary the civil service lav is in the way and I can do nothing unless it is Fire Proof Warehouse Liberal Advance on Consignments con rdssellviiie and bb sts Ky m Hopkinsville All Tobacco dent ns Covered by Insurance mmmmm mssrjjmsMmimiM jfflWHMjMTffltaBa iij BffiSraSI 1897 Benson 1897 fully THE KENTUCKIANS Clubbing List for thin culed nnd ouly the best publication are U6ed Qliibbino List has bpen care J deadly sentimental Well I can always tell n novel writ- Â¬ ten by a man In what way OTe 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pills 1 W a 1 B 25 cents AU druggist Prepared by 0 I nood Co Lowell Mass Tlio only Pill to take with Uoods Sanaparilla 3 fiftjKflffiiirnlMtl ivniiiWIil Liver Ills Wk PARADISE Beyond the stars beyond tho skies ueyond trio Ken of mortal eyes Of fwblc human vision Thero 11 n land of love and light A land hat knows nordUhnorblIght Vhero radiant suns dispel tbeniirht A land of joy olyslan Sveot paradise Its cooling streams Will elnfj their murmurs In our dreams Oh thoro our thoughts are turning Those mada Where fragrant zephyrs blow Whero asphodels and star blooms grow Whero crystal Streams forever flow Fill all our souls with yearning We long for thee O Paradise To the wo lift our weary eyes Dedewed with pain and sorrow Oh when our earth worn souls at last Beyond Doaths silent seu have passed Aside this fettering clay well cast And greet thy glorious morrow Minnie Qulnn In N T Independent vaew with him It was absolutely nec- Â¬ essary that I should catch this train About an hour before train time I wont out to take a final row 1 jumped into tho boat and pulled away qH toward tho south end of tho lake Hoods CATLETT HARRIS Uro Formerly with Forbes That was my usual ride down to the south end of the lake and bock Well I had a nice light cedar boat and I was making fair speed I suppose a mile in six minutes or so when all at once I went crash into rt mlinc that had bean sunk in a sandbar The fisher- roeji lAscd to tie to this piling and THAT THE FAC SIMILE AVcgctablePrcparalionfor As- Â¬ IIC I PROFESSIONAL CARDS WILLIAM B HEELY Attorney at Law Maiu St Collection of Olaima CHAS OATLETT CLAHENOE HAnniB Sargent Buflctiog Special Attention tqthe PAINTERS and PAPER HANGERS We have concluded to go into bus iness for ourselves and offer our ser vices to the public at the most reas onable prices Paper hangings sptyv ialty All work guaranteed Leave orders at Gub Younga Q H TANDY DENTIST 8wa ancLBridge Work a Specialty OFFICE over Blchards Cos store JpitANK BIVE3 Attorney at Law Telephone 84 2 rings orning counties Hopklnavlllely iracticeln the Courts of Christian and -i Office ad- Â¬ JUU Court St near Weber M ym fM M BWABFIELDjJr Lawyer HopklnsvlUe Ky FTPTHAVENUSHOTEU LouiavrtLE jcv Best U Hotel In the World Electric Elevator PixbCaxfbell Manager WJi sj jSjft rjJ Sffi OtacowlthCallis A Wallace PjUMS MERBIWETHER Lata of Louisville Dentist HopklnsvlUe iKy W W GRAY TOftSORlAL WEST 8EVENTH ARTISTS OfflcolnSummeraDulldlnj S08 A art Jlasaett STBEET ELB UDILDINCI Clean towelB and everything first Give us a call NDBEWSAKGENT MD lAn Phyelcian and Surgeon ilopkinsville Ky OfflceflUh AndMaln streets opposite City r GonrtBootn Telephone No5 TGYADES A Physician and Oculist nopklnsvlUe Ky Offloe withiDr mil Main atree muttSMNMiiiixmumtiimimiiiWrK Whats Fair for your Baking Powder not la Pay more You wouldnipay double fc pride for sugar why pay 50c g 3 a pound for Baking Powder the Uchtest whitest Baklne 2 Fowdcr It a pure sure and lair- 3Cakes the finest bread cakei and S 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mat iot vu otxuGm owayne aoa rniinui Louisville Ail Tlie I If Hews National WOrtTH BEADING Local IB State and V 1 h ri v r nwi t uutv rQMi rr n i1 ivuw A WILL BE FOUND IN THE THE MD Ciiiili 1 Weekly Coouircr Thirteen persons have died of tho Wejjave arranged a Clubbing Rate heat at Detroit Mich which wacan give i Dr A D James has qualified QB BoW Pipers One Year for 225 United States Marshal Regalar Price for Both is 300 We savo you generous part of tliis Tex failed sum DISEASES OF TOE SKIN Send or bring your cash with order Tho intcnao itching and smarting tod to the dent to eczema tetter salt rheum aal other KZEXV diseases of the skin m Instantly allayed by applyisg Chamberlains Eye and Skin XXopkinsvlllQ Ky The first National Bank of Mason TUCIXI AJS9 Gov EUerbee of South Carolina U the father of a new boy baby Ointment Many very bad oast have been pennaaenUy cured by it It k equally efficient for itchlpf plica and a 4mciUi rem edy for sore nipples chapped baad chll hLunfl frewt biiea and cuooia aora sym For aala hf djuggWa at 35 ceota per hoc WJKTEEHVN for IPEAStt TrylfCsCdLkPwrithr vino in bad ooodv mq wm what a turn ncwd Kpjfc Tflnfav bJrywi iiriW vh Twmftigft Sold by K O Hardwick draggiat thq bar The piliiie was under water four or five inches and it tore a hole inihat cedar boat that ou could have piit your foot through 1 got the boat lifted and pulled it A SWIM AGAINST TIME off and of course the water poured in so that there was no hope of keep- Â¬ At the xllfalfn European hotel the ing afloat I jumped back into the conversation naturally dealt with the stern pulled otf my shoes and swung arrival of warm wdather Tho dentist them around my neck tied together expressed a desire to get into th e coun- Â¬ and lowered myself into thn water try and from that there started n dis- Â¬ The boat was completely water cussion of rural life during the sum- Â¬ logged and 1 knew I cpumnt use tne mer oars but I thought I could swim along The hustler told of a Wisconsin behind the boat and push it back to lake which he had been watching tho hotel I tried it but it was slow When he said he had been watching work because a live breeze had sprung it ho probably spoke in a figurative up from the north and the waves were sense It lay in a beautiful region rolling against me I saw that it destined to become as popular as would take me an hour or more to get Oconomowoc and the land could be back to the hotel working that way bought cheap He hoped to interest and I remembered all at once that I some capitalists and develop the had to catch the five oclock train I country which needed only a short was at leatt a mile from shore con- Â¬ spur railroad to join it to one of the siderably over two miles from tho principal hnes to the northwest hotel and a good long mile from the He said that one of the men living railway station at the south end of the at the lake had caught 18 boss and 64 lake I saw that if I expected to reach croppies one morning before break- Â¬ the shore at all in time to catch the fast train I would have to make for the The whole evening might have been south shore I let the boat swing wasted in fish tnlk had not the book around and started to swim behind it pushing it with tho wind I made agent asked How is the boating Great Water as clear as crystal more headway but it was pretty mean Plenty of room for sailing too If I work because the boat was half full could get hold of that property Id of water and was as1 heavy as a drag make 50000 next year All it needs I knew that the hotel people would recover the boat all right so I Eimply is a good puBher Thats what I like said the let it go and I started for the shore lush who had just come through alone I figured that I had no time the swinging door3 and was still bit- Â¬ to waste if I wanted to catch that ing at a stalk of fragrant mint Get train so I swam with my long over- Â¬ out in a boat you know and row hand Eailor stroke Ive always found around to where the trees shade the that I can make much better speed water and have about six cold bot- - that way The wind kept getting mile or tico vi unux uiiuu laic Dvxt Linxu a higher and for the last half so I was riding in the white caps I real enjoyment want to tell you gentlemen that even Youre fond of fishing are you in a little lake four miles long you asked the book agent sea can get I didnt say anything about fish- Â¬ get the up a pretty good rightif youI wind to coming ing Of course a man can take a pole be- Â¬ along and let it hang out over the didnt mind the waves however cause they sort of helped me along water just for appearances sake but a hundred yards I I can always make the day a success When thewas about heard the engine from shore I even if I dont get nibble whistle for the station at the north How are you on swimming of the lake I was somewhat ex- Â¬ asked the lightning dentist hausted by that time naturally I cant swim a stroke I think I enough I had often swum longer must have a higher specific gravity distances than that but never before than most men At any rate I cant had attempted to keep up such a I keep on top When I was a boy I used speed I could 6ee the train coming to go in the water nearly every day along through the woods and I made but I couldnt learn to swim The a final spurt other boys would float around like Just as I came out on the bank the corks and tell me to come out to the train stopped at the station and I had deep part and sometimes theyd pull to make a run I swung on the plat- Â¬ me out there but as soon as they let form as the wheels began to turn I go of me Id sink like an anchor side opposite got on the on Im afraid you lack confidence in tho station train for the reason the and that yourself said Doc Home who people on the platform didnt see me had been listening with a smile which I remained on the platform until showed that he wss quietly amused the conductor came along and then Now I cant remember tho time explained my predicament to him when I had any fear of water Luckily he recognized me I had been Theres nothing personal in that over the road two or three times with asked the a party of gentlemen in a private car remark is there Doc lush and he put the baggage car at my Certainly not sir What I mean disposal so I could dry my clothes is that I always had confidence in I intended of course to write to myself Swimming came to me nat- Â¬ the hotel people next day to inquire urally as it were I seemed to know the amount of my bill and the damage it by instinct Yes sir when I was done to the boat Then 1 had to have very small boy 1 used to get out in my baggage forwarded also because I the river and swim as long and as far had left that at tho hotel It wa3 late as any of the young men in the evening when I arrived in Mil- Â¬ Its something everyone should waukee I took a carriage up to my learn said the book agent hotel and when I walked in tho clerk said Doc Yes indeed I gave a yell and threw up both hands swain a great deal when I was young You see the hotel people up at Planki- Â¬ and I have no doubt I could give 6ome nac had found the boat and they sup- Â¬ of you younger men a pretty good race posed of course that I had been to day drowned 60 they had telegraphed tho Youro safe in challenging me news to Milwaukee and from Milwau Â¬ said the lush biting off the last leaf kee it had been sent all over the coun- Â¬ of mint hur- Â¬ try by the Associated Press I havent taken a good long swim ried around to the newspaper I offices for about 17 years continued Doc to deny the rumor At one place they The last time I let myself out I had had an obituary notice about two to swim against time columns long already 6et up On a bet asked the dentist Tho funniest part of it all was Oh no no sir I wouldnt attempt what tho people up at Plankinac said anything ol that kinu merely for a bet They declared that no man could liave No I had to catch a train swum ashore in such rough water but You had to ewim to catch atrain tho conductor told his story and they nsked the lash had to givo in Exactly sir Wait till I tell you Got anything to do next Sunday the circumstances and youll under Â¬ Doc oskod tho lush stand Have you ever beoa to Lake No unt that I know of Plankinac Beautiful place I used Lets go over to St Joe Ill go on to go up there ta rest and ndo around the boat and you swim in tho boats far a few days at a time 1 told that story becauso I sup Â¬ It Vrufl 17 years ao I believe yes posed it would interest these gentle Â¬ 1880 Iropi WrbuuQlhjulbeon men said Doo straightening him Â¬ doing sotoh work during self in his chair tho prcsidentl1 tvmpiugpp I was at Certainly It did Thats Plankjtoac on jd Mtcmn Trhcn I right came from members of tho jvas to Btarfc hfTThn ate ip about colony four miles lou aiad JmuiUriH vride Doe glared at the lush and The hotel when i stopped fa toward then slowly religntcd hisjcjgar--Chi-cag- o tho north end o tna Lwv Throe was Eqcord a railroad etahr Qs 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Gordonflold district in which Hon Suffering Wno Oonflnod to tho BY Jas A MoKotizle resides contained Bod But NOW Ablo to Work InOctoborlSK3 1 liatl an abscess In CHAS M MEACHAM the information that Mr McKonzio hud personally assured him that it my Btotnadi i was also taken vrttu pleu Â¬ I wns was his intention to vote the regular risy nad coughftd vwy badly i ASCRIPTION W A YKVU IN ADAAKO fcroatpd br physctani bUtdld not Improve Democratic ticket this fall As the hop of ever trotting well ioai trading notleeiio cents per line ralmorites claim to hnvoa letted from Igrveupttll was swollen nnd I wao not My right sdo bpsctal Locals 6 cents line each inrttcm dates tor standing udverHseraeuttf nf uishi him agreeing to act a one of their ablo to walk across tho room nnd wns on application delegates Mr MoKeuzie Owes It to confined to my bed i was advised to taking himself aud the public to define hfa try Hoods Sarsapnrllla and bejjan change FKIUE 212 SOUTH MAIN STRKFT It In three days I could see a true position for tho better I kept on taking Hoods -- TUESDAY JULY 13 189- 7SaraaparlUa until I had takon our bot Â¬ The Mississippi State Association tles and continued to improve I am now of Baptists iu session at Genada able to doa good days work on tho farm DEMOCRATIC TICKET Kentucky adopted a resolution calling upon Dr M E Mann Demo9svllle CLERK COURT Or APPEALS W A Whitsitt to resign the presiSAM J SHACKELFORD dency of the Southern Baptist TheoDaviess of logical Seminary at Louisville An Abscess atSLIPPER CUT 3 WE HAVE PLACED a f 7 OISS THIS WEEK OUR ENTIRE LINE OF Womens Oxfords Black 75c Womens Oxfords Black 125 130 100 SALE CIKOOIT JDDQE THOMAS P COOK of Calloway commonwealths attobnet W R HOWELL of Christian of Nashville amiggistl Four people were killed by light ning in Kentucky Friday one in 81 she or 85 Prepared only by C I Hood St Co only Hoods each of the counties of Trigg Mc- - Jewell Mass Pet Hoods and Cracken Ohio and Daviess HOOdS PHIS pills aid cueesUon 25c o3rsipcirilici Hoods Quarterly Report JF THE- Ladies and Childrens Oxfords and Slippers Childrens Oxfords Tan and Black 75 50c Childrens oxfordsTan and Black 125 85c Womens Oxfords Black 100 75c Childrens Oxfords Tan and Black 100 60c 50c 85c If Harry Sommers decides to run Tboj are trying to put the ice men for State Treasurer he will go in with in the penitentiary for 40 Womens Oxfords Black X charging the solid support of the press boys cents a hundred for ice is Both of Marshal James colored From private information it deputy marshals are light mulattoes fcsarued that Henry D Allen will certainly be in the race for congress and and both are Baptist preachers PLANTER S BANK KY HOPKINSVILLE These trices are made to move this line df feoods out of the house tihoihia formal announcement appear in a few days IIU II will at the close cf business on tbo 30th day of Jane 1897 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts less loans to Directors Loans to Officers 13i92G 01 1395 Bi 2 11323 FOR OPERATING A TRUST Nine Ico Hen of Nashville Indicted By the The remains of the late Senator QrandJnry Sabam G Harris reached Nashville Nashville Tenn July 10 Nine yesterday und lay in state in the prominent business men interested Senate chamber all day To day the wholly or in partintheice business iluneral will take place at Memphis were indicted by the grand jury toiMMMMMMMMaMMOOMtMl The Gold Standard is the name day for entering into a combination of a new paper started at Southland to control the price of ice which was nerve than good recently advauced two dollars a ton with more The men indicted are W H Howe Judgment It is not every man who R W Dugan B F Parker E would try to run a goldbug sheet in Schoenphlug W W Bush J H a town where gold bugs are kept in Howe W W Wingle J M Overton and R L Overton They glass cases as curiosities are indicted under the the anti trust rfiiwiiK tmmmu Clarence Sterrett of the Hancock law passed by the last Legislature which makes the offense a felony Clarion denies that he is a candidate Each gave S2500 bond for State Senator The Democrats of The dealers recently advanced the Hancock county could not put for pnee of ice from 25 cents to 40 cents ward a better man for the place per hundred pounds all on tho satre day The maximum penalty for vioWill S Sterrett is a Republican can lating the nnti trust law is ten years didate and let it be a race of Sterrett iu tho penitentiary and 35000 fine III II Overdrafts secured 187233 Overdrafts unsecured Duo from Na tonal Banks 130969 une irom aiaie Danits ana 9873 7i 8 JO 105 bankers 025684 Other real estate 8000 00 Other stocks aud bonds 4691881 Exchange for clearings 280525 Fnrnlture and fixtures 20746160 Total LIABILITIES J 75000 00 Capital stock paldlnln cash 12 000 00 aurpmsiuna Deposits sublect to check on which 11747063 intereit Is not paid 370 C6 Due National Banks 561 17 Due state banks bankers IS V 2 430 00 Unpaid dividend 207 461 80 Total STATE OF KENTUCKY 8S County of Christian Jno B Trice Cashier of the Planters Bank a bauk located and dolnc business at No 16 Main st In tho town of Hopkinsville In said county bolngduly sworn says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the tald bauk at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1497 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at tho location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of Stato designating the 80th day of June 1897 as the day on which such report shall be All Honest Made Goods s m 33 1 MAMMOTH xt i oijOtbehstg-- shoe co 2 PRICE the entire stock of 1 V Jno B Trice Cashier National Sound Money The J D Russell Dlroctof The Democrats of Bardstown have Party met in convention at the court SE Trice Dlreo too Jno B Trice Director Started a bank of their own called house Saturday afternoon with 31 and sworn to TThe Peoples Bank Ben JohnBou is participants present 26 from Hop- - B Subscribed1st day of July before me by Jno 1837 Trice the Is usviue ana b trom the county cashier and such staunch Democrats JPBradenN PCC Eeci Alex Campbell called the a8 D 0 Wood and Jno S Kelly are meetingto order and was made chair QUARTERLY REPORT among the directors Other townB in man E M Flack then read the OF TOE Sentucky where there are no Dem- Â¬ names of 29 delegates and the meet ing adjourned having been in session ocratic bankers left should do as less than five minutes The chairman Sardstown haB done stated ihnt those present all b longed to the 66 who voted for Palmer Hopkinsville Ky The attempt of the gold standard anu they were not ashamed to be AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON TOE deserters from the Democratic party counted It is nn interesting coinci 30th Day of June 1897 to hold county conveutionB Saturday dence to note that Palmer received just 26 votes in Hopkinsville and if RE80URCE8 In many Esq Campbell was not mistaken was a miserable farce aud countie9 like Logan Calloway Mar iucluded some McKinley men in his Loans aHd Discounts less loans to jiozeos 63 Directors Loans to Officers 300 00 shall and McLean they held no meet list every one of them was accounted Overdrafts secured 4169 80 WWW 370 40 Overdrafts unsecured at all and even in Jefferson with for in the meeting ings 47 j About 25 or SO Democrats and a Due from Natloual Banks Due from State Banks und a voting population of 45000 only few Republicans were presout as ii iiu a a 31 CI Bankers 129 attended In this county a ma spectators eooo oo Banking House and Lot ana uonas 00 41000 Biooks jority of the 81 voters present if their The list of delegates was headed by specie JJ7J7 is 31M 00 to be credited Hon Jas A McKenzie who was not Currency for Clearings own statements are Exchange 1J72 01 20189 14 variants on The State con- present It is said he bad written a Debt In Suit Treasurer oi Kentucky 8295 10 voted for McKinley 85 letter authorizing his appointment vention this week has already been If this be true this is the first iufor XS5X 263691 12 Total repudiated in advance by some of the mation the public has had that Mr LIABILTIEB most prominent men who lent their McKenzie has left the Democratic Capital Stock 60000 00 70000 00 influence to a simular gathering last party as he was in Peru during the Surplus Fund Undivided Profits 3129 70 campaign last year Deposits subjeet to Check on which year paid 106721 79 interest Is not Due n tinwwii hwiiwwfimw Uuuks 66J9 80 nepd is Ta- Due National The magazine women Stato Banks und 8207 7a 14R37 OS Bankers Tol Stone the negro rapist of ble Talk the acknowledged Ameri- Unpaid Dividends 8000 00 6000 00 Glasgow who was given seven years can authority upon culinary and Funds bet Aside to Pay Taxes household topics The July issue Total 263691 52 lor his crime should have been coutainR a description of Some PretKentucky Q Changed by law or otherwise George ty LuccrnonsbyMrs Burton KiogF Staxb of Countv of Christian tao WTTandy Cashier of Dinning the negro at Franklin who land gives Seasonable Canning and located and doing business City Bank a bank ss In tho City of Hop sworn in satu county beinc ftilled ono of the leaders of a mob Preserving as well as other recipes klnsvllle the foregoing report Is duly respects says that in all visited his house to order him and menus by leading authorities a true statement of tho said bank at thecioso that 1897 the sample copy of this f business on best knowledge and belief out of the country should have been Send for a keepersguide which is says of histhe the 80th day of June andhastobeen further unique house business of said bank that xcquitted He was given tho Bame offered free to any of our readers tiantacted atthe location named and not that the above report Is made foentence as the rape fiend One vio who send their name and address to elsewhere andwith an ofllclal notice receives In compliance the Company from day becietaryIo97ofStute designating he Slated no law in defending his home Table Talk Publishing 80th as the day on which of June such report shall bo made other the moment he became a Philadelphia Pa 3ho WTTaxm Cashier W W uarnktt Director Tiavisher forfeited his right to live Demorests Magazine for July is a K B Long Director On WTTandy Director a civilized community Such Victorian Diamond Jubilee number Subscribed and sworn to before mo by W should be exterminated like and besides numerous portraits of the TTaudy Cashleron tho 1st day of July 1697 Creatures KAArnold Notary Public Queen representing her at different smad dogs ages it coutaiua an interesting biog raphy of Her Majesty which is very STATEMENT OF CON DITION There are in the five bants of valuable QF THE Christian county 597000 in deposits subject to check This idle capital 8100 Kewiird 8100 National Bank if properly invested would do much The readers of this paper will be First to relievo tho distress of the people pleased to learn that there is at least KENTUCKY vBfopkinsville needs half a dozen more one dreaded disease that science has HOPKINSVILLE able to cure in all its stages and flouring mills more ice factories been is at tho close of business that Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cdre turuituro factories canning factories is the only positive cure known to the June 30th 1897 shoe faotorios and above all more medical fraternity Catarrh being a RESOURCES Loans and 8619306 cottages to rent to people of moderate constitutional disease requires a con Overdrafts Discountsand un scoured ed UH77 1760000 There are irany avenues for stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh US Bonds to secure clrculu menus Cure is taken internally acting dir- Stocks seourltleseto 725O0o but ectly upon the blood p nfyients opeu to capitalists Banking House Furnltnre nwng 153260 aud mucous sur- Cash 831187 81 t at unfit cf them prefer to faces of the Bvctera taereby destroy- Sight Exchange - 43 7109J l 77323 10 fxxx urp i8 money into sink- - ing the foundation of tho disease and jl09749 Total the patieutBtrongth by build LIABILITIES T cities or else hoard it ug up tho constitution and assisting Canltat 0400000 ait down by it nature in doing its work Tho pro- Surplus stock nald iu est and jrusM fund 00020 Having prietors have so much faith iu its undivided pronu for fevxo with n club 63CJ0 Amount setasido let curative powers that they offar One Ciroulatiou Ul 0 00 restoring confidence a 40500 Dividends unpui i OM no 14 thit jn wen uptv biow their fuith Hundred Dollars for any case that it Dividend No National djl 410100 fflaC cont fails to cure Send for list of testi- Duo toother I ft twka and put their 200 oueoic 13jouuj individual utpouu myjH Address monials uto circulation Lot It uot be T6tal CO Tolodo 6 CHENEY - 210974 FJ A dividend of 8 uer cent declared uavabla vHopkinsvlle that her greatest Sold by Druggists 75 w Julyst Hairs Family Pills are the best y iu m uu iu vuauiei juead is some first class funerals agamst Sterrett and the Republican entry will be left at the post The Oold Standard Convention maae We have bought the VWMV CITY BAM Racket Bicycles and will sell I- thm at exactly xxxxz HA I - PRICE Already half of them sold 2000 3000 3750 10000 wheels for 5000 12500 tandem for 6750 18000 tricycle for 7500 DCS HUO 4000 wheels for 6000 wheels tor 7500 wheels for X1XXS xxtt Dont Wait Youll Get y j r 1 w v Left FORBES r J MW- BRO mmmmmmYmmmmmm fypkinnttU XtnincktouL AROUND AND ABOUT A Rick TFotUBB 5 TdliACCO NHWS nOPKtKSVirLE MAHKET Mrs l Fourth street Bea Crouch whs run over and kill od by an Illinois Central traiu near In a lottor dated July 2l8t 1893 For ten or fifteen years I have been sub Fulton ject to nervous Walter Smith aged Beveuteeu was dyspepsia I would drowned while bathing in the river ut of have spells Louisville quivering in my ato m a o h w itb Jesse Baker and wife were sHrucfc smothering feel by lightning in Harlaut couutyand perhaps fatally injured Mv nerves inns wore terribly deMrs Warner Moore Jr of Benton bilitated I wa died from blood polsou caused from suffering from a boil on her neck what iB called tier L J Ratcliffo was fatally shot yes vous prostration terday by Starrott Stillwell at Brays Mv stomach felt Mills Nelson county bloated and I was constantly wuiu Mrs Hannah Edmonds made an aud trembling I coneulted several physicians who treated me without unsuccessful attempt to shoot Wm doing any good I had almost given Harpe to death at Corbiu up in despair when I heard of re ru W Jack Burke and Jack McAuhffe na It was about eix weekH ago that have agreed to meet in a twenty I first took Pe runa I found it an round go at New Orleans Aug 5 immediate reliof to all my disagree Henry C Minton of San Francis able symptoms It is the only medi co Cal has been elected president cine that has been of any uso to me Any woman who desires can obtain of Center College at Lexington Ky Dr Hartmans latest book written On account of lack of fuel brought especially for women This book will feoout by tno minors strike many be sent free of charge for a short jJBteamers on Lake Erie will soon bo time and contains in chaste language compelled to stop running all that a woman ought to know of Jacob F Harris a jealous husband herself Address The Po ru na Drug shot and killed Thomas H Merritt a Manufacturing Company of Uolum pension agent in Gratz Park at Lex buB Ohio ington ITrora Guthrie Mrs Daisy Kemory secured a 111 July 12 Mr and Mrs Gutbrie 000 verdict against the L N at Franklin for the killing of her hus- A C McGehee carried quito n jolly crowd to Dunbars cave Sunday Tho band The Walls Fargo Express Co has day was a most pleasant one to all paid 600 to the Texas rangers for viz Misses Call id and May Levy capturing two of the men concerned Guthrie Willie Cullom Gracey Lucy and Nannio Taylor Sallie Mims in the Comstock train robbery Guthrie MessrB J W Cooke Elmo Four negro men were killed two McMurry Leon and Hallie Hamell fatally injured and one seriously hurt and Mr Taylor They were met by by the explosion of a dynamite bomb quite a crowd from Clarksville at Lexington The Guthrie boys are going to Woodruff of Louisville give a grand hop on Thursday night 0F thought he was kissing a pretty Ber next in honor of Miss Willie Cullom H tant girl and when he found it was of Gracey his wife ho struck her Then she Drowned In Green River tried to kill herself Burgess Smith a young man 17 Eugene Wiedling Lotus wllo com- year old was drowned in Green river mitted by suicide shooting uimseii in tno head Troubles finan Sunday while bathing Mr Smith accompanied by several cial domestic and others caused the other vouner mpn went out from Se- deed bree Sunday morning to the river to The third Regiment of State guards bathe he being the first to enter tho struck tents yesterday and returned water and from some unknown cause from the encampment at Louisville he was drowned before his com- The Second Regiment 550 strong anions were aware that any accident E will go into camp Thursday ad befallenhim and it is not known Gus Hit arrested at KansaB City just how the drowning occurred S jjpr train robbery has confessed his Hustler guilt of the Green murder at Deko Crlmo to Wear Birds Feathers ven Ky the train robbery June 22 Boston Mass July 10 It has just near Clarksville Tenn and two other train robberies been discovered that among the bills Lee Yum a Chinaman was fined passed by the last Legislature was one 50 for operating an opium joint in making it a crime to Bell or wear birds feathers so that nearly erery Nftfc Nashville W The Green River Sentinel which milliner in the Commonwealth and suspended publication several weeks nearly every woman is liable to ar ago is to bo started again under an rest Chairman Martin of the Police entirely new management Tt will Board Baid to day it would bo the remain Republican in politics duty of the police to enforce this law Severe wind and rain storms visited as well as everv other ana the whole Western Kentucky Friday At Pa sale milliners are in high dudgeon of their ducah a tornado swept over the city over the prospective toruin lawyers According the Beveral business houses business unroofing no The Three Rivers Mill was partially it makes wasdifference in what State killed the bird destroyed aud Capt Phil Bauer of Golconda 111 was struck bv flying Examinations to bo Held debris and killed Near Owensboro The competitive examination for Pearl Taylor aged twenty two was killed by lightning and in Ohio appointment to the State College at county a thunderbolt struck a bam Lexington will be held at the County killing John McCormack ng l twen Superintendents ofBco on Thursday ty and destroying the builtiug July22ud 1897 Candidates Bhould DThe coal miners are greatly elated be present by 9 oclock if possible The examination for county teach over tho success of their strike in the Pittsburgh district The Pittsburgh ers certificate will be held for white operators Bay they are in no hurry teachers at the Clay Street school to adjust matters as they have stocks building July 16 and 17 For coloron hand which they will have an op- ed teachers at the Colored School portunity to dispose of The greatest building July 23 and 24 the subject obstacle to the ultimate success of of which will be announced later Katie McDaniel County Supt the strike is the activity of the West Virginia miners who are working Uncle Jim Hopkins a well known night and day getting ready to supwhen the Btrikebriugs old negroj was butted to death by a ply the market muley bull on the farm of Romanzo a pinch His Alexander near Owensboro Ouoof Bill Smiths Jokes ribs were crushed in and he died Hon Bill Smith ol Louisville instantly After killing the negro late of Mayfield is a candidate for the bull had a terrific encounter with He has many friends in a mule Governor 00 181J South Columbus Ohio writes Filler Repotted by 3 Kggloion Co Incorporated buyer oil order of dealer In nndbandler of leaf tobacco tt Egglotonof Curamlngs July 8 1897 Offerings were tlie largest offtbe year thermometer ranging from 96 to 100 dbgrct8 iu the shade stile lasting from 8 oclock a m fo 6 oclock pm with one hogshead of finis Austrian wrappor which sold foi 1G 4o same being the highest price of the peaseu were tho lending features of the week The offerings this week were com posed very ltrgely of common to medium leaf mid lugs The market opened on Tuesday with about 500 hud a offered but with less animation 3000000T Thirty Thousand Dollars worth of new and seasonable mer- Â¬ chandise bought from iLLsLA Stall Tt Hull t7 rfftSoKirlft KuS IB J29 f53 HI Gffk than laBt week Prices ruled irregular J to 4 cents lower on low to medium One of our prominent buyers had on his fighting clothes and succeeded iu buying at least one third of the offeriugs Bremen styles had less competition than last week hence this grade wbb lower but when anything desirable appeared prices ruletljirm QWeotherconditionshayobeenfavor SntMr THE SALE ENTIRE STOCK OF ablpbutin some sections there WEEKLY nKPOHT siderable complaint of the hot sun burning the young plants Week ending July 10 97 612 hhds Receipts for week 18675 hhds year Sales week is con year week Rejections for week QUOTATIONS ON Offerings 818 11853 1220 408 1896 DROP the RACKET OF HOPKINSVILLE KY inL BIG Low lugs old Common lugs new Medium lugs new Low leaf old Common leaf new Medium leaf new Good leaf Fine leaf Sblections S1 1 60 25S 2 50 8 50 3 50 4 50 5 50 4 00 6 GOipl 7 50 7 50 9 00 12 00 10 00 12 00 14 00 16 00 14 00 This stock will toe Closed Out quick Every man woman and child in Southern Kentucky knows the repu Â¬ tation of the BIG STORE at Hopkinsville Ky The store will be closed several days to mark down prices and old patrons of the BIG STORE are advised to be on hand and take advantage of this last opportunity This entire stock will be sold quick HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours any sediment or settling indicates a diseased condition of the Kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of Kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order y- WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney Merchants remedyfulrills every wish in relieving pain iu the back kidneyB liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in pass ing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up manv times dur ing the night to urinate The mild and extraordinary effects of Swamp Root is Boon realized It stands the highest for it1 wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you njed a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents aud one dollar For a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mail mention the Hopkinsville Kentuck ian Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y The propnet 3 of this paper of this guarantee the i neness Fixtures For Sale Lease For Sale n hoi pods at is Sals at 20 to so par emit less thai rttale prices CLOSING OUT CLOSING OUTMIGHTY SAD BUT THUS Store Open After July 1097 J OF offer in Draughons rut Business College Tenn or Texar- xas or scholarship In k iu reputable business rolleno or liter rvsci aliutne U s can be se- tured by d mii a nitle work at home for the an Illustrated semi monthly Youths Adwot ournal It 11 elevating in cnaracter moral in lone and especially interesting and profitable to oung people but read with interest and profit by Sample copies sent tree people or an iges Address Youths Advocate Pub Co Hasnviue Tenn Mention this paper when you write i i ZE3I IKITTGrXjIEIES ZMJSS Young fclioa People Nai jy PRI f 2joo IN QOLD QUARTERLY REPORT THE W tate College of KentuckyLexington Kentucky Tho Teachers Institute Ja fnaired Calloway who would like to see him get tho nomination tie ib the prince of good fellows and a practical joker On one occasion in the old days when all tho attorneys of the district assembled at Murray Col Smith made arrangements for a grand banquet at the old Murray Hotel All the attorneys were to attend iu full dress and it was to be an up to date affair in every respect iu the at torneys minds and Bill was to Imagine the astonish- foot the bill ment of tho attorneys when they le Is the time that tries all the care to the banquet room to find of the mother and all the skill of not nn immense table groaning with maternal management Baby good things but simply a small ta ble covered with a fine white demask comfort comes from fat faw in the center of which was a bowl of babies have nothing to do but peculiar but familiar pattern filled Babys 5econd Summer The Christian County Teachers In stitute will bo held in this city July 26 80 All persons holding certifi catea and all who contemplate applying for a teachers certificate are re quired to attend the full sessiou of the Institute It will bo conducted Specie J3fl659f9 by Hpn A L Peterman of Lexing Currency for Clearings 17814 00 63820 00 JAMEB E PATTERSON Ph D LL D President 81067 Exchanges 12037 ton Mr Toterman is a professional Other Items carried as Cash institute instructor and huB few equals Total tss5lZil in this line of work The teachers of NEW BICYCLES LIABILITIES the county and the general public NEWBICYOLESTOREI NEW BICYCLES FOR SALE TO RENT 250ooioo have a rare treat in store for them Capital Stoek paid In in cash 25000 00 Surplus Fund Thursday July 29th is trustees day Deposits subject to check ou which 10077192 not paid and all trustees who can possibly do DuoInterest U Banks SS 1201102 National so are urged to be present with us on Due State Banks and Bankers 505487 750040 thut day especially and atony other Unpaid Dividends C700 And we are prepared to do any kind of repairing on short notice uuu ujuuu it uuuvtJUium iu Amount set astdo to pay taxes 114777 iiiuu lucy 7 60000 DUtdendNoCt this day attend All teachers and friends of enSIN GLE WHELS AND TANDEMS FOR RENT education are cordially invited to atSecondhand whtels bought and sold ISS 61518 Oar Beat Wheeh are all new and Up to date Total tend all tho exercises of the week State of Kentucky County of Christian ss J E Mofhorson Cashier of Bank of Hop ALL WORK GUARANTEED Mr Peterman will give at least one klnsvlllo a Bank located and doing business evening lecture at No aMalnsireet in the olty of ftopicln i Offers instructions in Agriculture Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineer HOPKINSVILLE KY ing three lines of Scientific Study viz Mathematical Biological and At the close of business on the Sutb Chemical Classics and Pedagogy each cf which leads to a degree Twenty eight Professors and assistants Laboratories and museums day of June 1897 large and well equipped Countv appointee receive free tuition matriculation fuel and lights aud room rent Traveling expenses also given to apRESOURCES pointees who remain the full collegiate year Loans and Discounts less loans to I328 I02ei Directors Beard in dormitories 225 per week iu private families S250 to 53 fc63 07 Overdrafts unsecured Board uniform books and washing need not exceed S12000 per year 702970 Uue Irani National Bank Duo from State Banks and Fall Term begins second Thursday in September 2131970 2807965 Bankers Pbeliminary Examinations first Monday in September I i 500oo Banking llousoandlot 862212 Other Heal Estate For catalogues and other information apply to 6400000 Other Stocks and Bonds The Bank of Hopkinsville OUR REPAIR SHOP 1897 With much He8haDe f ranccaroni formality Bill iuvited his guests to partake A disappointed uorde of hungry lawyers slowly Hied out of tho room with chagrin and disguBt depicted on their faces Mimay Ledger Died lu Cullforuli Cadjz Ky July 9 News Fnrmeral to sleep and grow We make a specialty of insuring If your baby does not seem wheat In Cxianarie3 or in Storage anyto prosper If he does not gain where Office in Main street Ware Lono Kellt in weight you must get more house mere A few droDS of lat sumuier 1M nlii Kates Jjth er 1 con Commeucioir Ju- hfs juht SwCtiufai for MHbrU reached here of the death of B K Dabney who died in California from au abcess of the lungs Mr Oabney was a graduate of the I ou s il Law oi pilahed school aud quite au g oatleman Ho moved to difornia six or seven years ago on account of ill health supposing the excellent eliwateof California would have a beneficial offset upoa him 0nmuMiwmmummaMumMmmmmmmmmimBamwmMami each day will put on plumptu Crittenden Spnu h din ness fat outside life inside f Rot mc baby and mother both happy sale urn limit 40 m Ttvn fino farms near town on Your baby can take and rel- Â¬ Rate to CnttendfialDtn rU Clarksville Piko well iranroved and Tor pHObeigent bfljwt ud ish Scotts Emulsion as muqh fer t t mm rout to goo urei oiaBS iaua win Springw ttt K M Iw In summer as in any other men for a term of three years Geo Dewjrlur wjitnittod suicide in tionn r juimunus season Â¬ r I following ralb Uerujoan Springs aprt Dnwjon Bprhv ad tinuing until Sm Valley RsHkav i iii st1 sold county being duly sworn says mat mujoregoing report is in an respeoi a statement of tho condition of the said true Bank at tho closoof buslnejs on the sOih day of June 1S7 to tno best of h 8 knowledge ond Â¬ belief and further bays that the business of Â¬ ald Bank has been transacted at tho location named andnot elsewhere and that tbeabovo report Is made Incompliance with an oillolal notice received from tno Secretary of State des ignating tho soth day of June 18H7 as tho day on which such report shall be mode j r icnir-uii uasuiur Henry C Ciunt Director jo Jug P Garuott Director t Ctl Bush Director Sututtlbed and sworn to before me by J E Mof crQn the 1st day of July 1S97 villelu Old Bicycles Iflnde New JOE P FPOOL 0J Racket Stand STOVES REPAIRED Brssrerca Will accept posit POSITIONS GUARANTEED tion Enter at any time Cheap board j i rrauenN r uu Draughons Practical p rjA tettft ys0m nut ey In uank until position No vaca lswn il Car fare Dal J this paper Send lor free UluMruied catalariic Mention asiiville Tenn no3 for tuition ar can Texarkana i Tex Farms for Rent at abstract etnee i n- tys t jn Louisville Suunay iitM i ft h mttjtm u4grt mmmm DooltkicDlntr PenutansfalD Shorthand TviwurHlmr Tlirranliv etc The most thoro urh PtacicafaaSprosrrtssivt schools of the kind in the wo iJ m tfiatn ittid ones In the South Indorsed by bankers merchants ministers and others l dookk einnB wuiuis are equal to twelve weeks by the old plan Their President u uuthvi v i jons Is ev System pf Bookkcep wnicn cannot oe taught In any other scnooi 4 uppllcatloni for bookkeepers and hlin flfl Blvento anycollcge If wecannot shnwrnfT dUUUiUU stenographers received In tlietfA iu any other rive Business Colleges in the South fill pastjfMVMrj -We extend more fMHAtffu n HHV InMve- reteivcQ hnu 1 v wcgeiu money m me interest a i our J nioyment ucpanmeui tuwinm wucruus rrit icnnuiices V inu tuition In the past fidthat ve Amount 00 tuture luiaiSt our deposited In bank as afruaranteSTUDYwe havenave prepared filled ani aramee contracts iiu via toe JVe especially for home ttHify books on Bookkeep ng Short band and Penmanship Writ for prlc Met Ponir - nBinnunM T nnm 1iua n twitlon as bookkeener and tennirramir Gyr tm v azz 7i r ii muutu uioccty company 01 tun puce salary 75W y lzzu luivunuuiu yvur ir si no nlim irvuirox Pint tiluj Ark mww y y twnii yw ran rwMT rr v nim M k ii B m Ifujtliiwtiilk Mtwtntklan ON THE UPPER A Wonderful ta p i Opened for the Show a recent meeting of tho Royal At On the road said an old circus man to a Now York Sumeporter we Geographical society an interesting talwajs used to pick out of course the paper was read by Lieut Vandclcur biggest and smoothest barns to post embodying tho result of explorations fbills on paying for the privilego in during tho last two years in tho region tickets to the show Sometimes peo of tho Upper Nile in Uganda and mlo were perfectly willing to have the Unyoro and adjacent regions not by white men In- isiao 01 a bam adorned with a costly hitherto visited cidentallv his paper reveals the ac land beautiful picture such as wo put up and again there were people who tivity of the English in this part of eizo of the continent of Europe and ikicked or who came at us with pitch their African sphere and tho need of the railway from the seacoast to of which even yet several gigantic forks and Bcythcs which amounted to Â¬ fragments remain each hundreds of ttho same thing and so sometimes we Lake Victoria for which an appro Â¬ square miles in extent These Leavmade Hised to Bend the giraffo ahead with priation was recently on tho coast on Sep- Â¬ patches are scattered over the region the billboard brigade and very useful ing Mombassa 1 Lieut Vandeleur did lying between Ireland on tho west tember 7 189 jHe proved too Many a farmer who till the end China on the east and extending lhas thought of getting down hisshot not reach Lake Victoria of November the journey to Uganda in tho other direction from Sweden Jgun when he saw men with buckets or six in the north to Portugal in the south of paste and long handled brushes thus taking threo months Toward In the British Isles tho chalk is months for the round trip land with bags of bills over their tho beginning of 1895 he proceeded found in greatest perfection and con- Â¬ tshoulders approaching his best barn force to tinuity in tho east and southeast of has thought twice about it when he from Uganda with an armed Dufile England A sheet of chalk more descend the Nile and reached saw them followed by an 18 foot gi being the first white man to revisit than 1000 feet in thickness under- Â¬ raffe and has ended up by standing in lies all that portion of England which in sheer amazement while the mon that place after its abandonment of is situated to the southeast of a lino 1888 on the approach and the eiraffe plastered his barn November dono at crossing the island diagonally from from end to end and from roof to cel- the Mahdists What was Dufile is not stated but it may be as Â¬ the North sea at Flamborough Head lar military to the coast on the English channel And it wps extremely simple A sumed that his visit had a occupa- Â¬ view possibly its in ojorser unis enormous sneer oi man would go up a light ladder object in tion by a British garrison and that chalk is tilted up slightly on the west placed against the side and the eaves andits depressed eastern portions that and then wo would have the giraffe point on the Nile is probably now dip toward the waters of the North of held by forces sent from Uganda hand him up two or three sheets 1895 the whole of North Â¬ sea are usually buried from sight by During the bill Thats all The men on Â¬ means of overlying sands and clays the ground would pick em out and ern Unyoro toward tho Nile was surveyed including the course of the Where the edges of the chalk floor hand em to the giraffe the giraffe come upon the sea the cliff scenery would bend down his long neck and Victoria Nile from Lake Ibrahim to Murchison Falls and part of is strikingly grand and beautiful take em in his mouth and then hit the mag who up his head and straighten out his tho Lango or Wakedi country Anyone rockshas once seen the and of Flamborough Mount Pumbi in Unyoro was found nificent neck and nana em up to tne man on to be 6640 feet above the Bea and Becchy Head the jagged 6tacks of the top of the ladder Well the farmer used to stand by some 800 feet above the adjacent the Needles or the dizzy msiLof and look on and say nothing every country which is held by means of Shakespeares cliff near Dove W5n time and I dont know as its Bur Port Misindi The valleys are fertile understand why the white cli its of prising that he should because it producing great quantities of Indian Albion has grown into a stock certainly was a nxvel spectacle then corn tobacco bananas castor oil etc phrase inThis massive sheet of chalk appears anyhow to see a giraffe helping men The Wakedis were found to be an teresting people living in conical again in France n many parts of put up bills And whilo the farmer was looking on the men would work huta in independent communities Europe as far east as the Crimea and along leisurely until they had got Part of tho lieutenants task was to even in Central Asia beyond the Sea down to where they could reach with lead an expedition sent to attack of Aral How far it stretched west a long handled brush from the Arab slavers in Southern Unyoro ward into what is now the Atlantic ground Then the giraffe would step with the result of liberating many may never be known but chalk cliffs The Msisi river was of at least 200 feet in thickness are aside they would put the ladder out captives reached and near that stream was seen at Antrim in Ireland and less of the way and two men would go at found in it in earnest together to fill that found another British fort 4582 feet conspicuous formations areAberdeen Scotland in Argyle and two minutes above Eea level space and in about The climate in these uplands is There can bo little question that all ftheyd have it done being these now isolated patches were once described as fairly good But that wasn t the biggest thing drier than that of Uganda In July connected in a continuous sheet When the men had slapped on the last sheet of the poster and had the coolest month the minimum tem- which must therefore have occupied buckets and the lad perature was 45 degrees the usual a superficial area about 3000 miles Sicked up their swung their bags over their night temperature being 60 degrees long by nearly 1000 broad an extent larger than that of the present conshoulder and handed the farmer over The highest registered temperature were was 80 degrees Peace enforced by tinent of Europe Pittsburgh Dis-Â¬ some tickets the giraffe as they moving away would halt for a min tho English has lead to great im- Â¬ patch ute and then turn and run his head provement of the economic condition SPOILED BY BEADING into the big window in the sido of the of the people who have settled down agriculture and road making The The Dog That Got Hold gable end of the barn and take a bite to of a Book on Etiquette ifrom the hay mow and then follow cessation of war has resulted in a along with the hay in his mouth rapid increase of the population Uhe Longbeau The In Uganda industry isbecomingniore club laymembersin oftheir armchairs ichewing on it back We taught him to do that but to common and the people are begin Â¬ weary of trying to lay over the beautthis day and that wa3 40 years ago ning to carry goods and perform a tiful stories that each had sprung I dont suppose that there s a farm- certain amount of work Mfcny have in turn on the assemblage when the er along that route still living but been taught to read and write A port door of the smoking room opened what tells with pride of how the big has been established on Lake Vic and a brisk young man sauntered in igiraffe stood on the ground and ate toria and a silver currency intro- - Nodding to all and oblivious of the duced As the people become more out of his haymow 6ilence he broke forth as he civilized and their wants increase general stood up against the mantel NIOKEL STEEL in- Â¬ there will be it is believed an Talking about dogs I had an ani5pecially Adapted for Building M- creased demand for foreign goods mal once that was tho most intelliOf special interest from the point aterialHas Other Uses of view of intending colonists is the gent creature you ever No doubt drawled Col Liartee Nickel steel is considered the build Nafldi country also visited by Lieut ing material of the future It is pro- Vandeleur This region lies at the Well take all that for granted But duced says the Boston Journal of average height of 6000 feet above the what kind of a dog was he He was a pointer gentlemen A Commerce by the combination of iron sea and has a climate well suited to and nickel and the principal condi Europeans The thermometer here pointer and manys the pheasant tion for a successful alloy is tne puri- rarely rises above 80 degrees and the partridge and quail that dog lias The latter nights are cold There is an abund pointed out to mo w ith the most un ty of the nickel used Imetal is found mostly in Ganada and ance of grass for cattle and for the erring accuracy Intelligent Well1 INew Caledonia and the reduction of Cant you come to the point most part the soil is veryfertile Timiho ore has been of late greatly sim- Â¬ ber is to be had in great plenty a cir- asked another loose figure bundled plified Most of the New Caledonia cumstance which will have great im- up in one of the chairs product is smelted in Germany while portance for steamers on Lake VicDont get funny now Let me that from Canada is exclusively ex- Â¬ toria and for the railway when com- tell you Of course I neednt say ported to England and the United pleted to the coast The lecturer men- that Digit that was his name you States Nickel steel while somewhat tions the curious fact that the lan understand was always tickled to lighter in weight than steel is two guage of Zanzibar is becoming the death to go hunting with me but one or three times as strong its power of medium of communication between day I was surprised to observe that he resistance and its resiliency also ex the various people in all this part of didnt seem to care about the sport at all He sort of mosed along and ceed those of steel These properties Africa Baltimore Sun acted as if he waa ashamed of hima considerable saving in di Â¬ permit Wasp and Fly self I was astonished He wasnt mensions and thereby in weight and sick that I could see but he didnt in cost as compared with similar con- Â¬ wasp catches a fly it im When structions of ordinary steel Its prin Â¬ mediately abites off both wings some- pint any that day and I returned name disgusted cipal uses are armor plate for a leg or two and occasionally WeU that evening I strolled boiler plates especially those for times head Mr Barrington saw some the kitchen of my house andintc 1 marine engines screw propellers for the wasps when laden with one of ships wires for submarine cables also fly the another without letting go stumbled across something on the catch floor It was a book belonging evi wires for rheostats etc on account the first and then fly away with both dently to one of the servants I picked of their excellent power of resistance was a constant stream of gun barrels and guns the more im Â¬ There carrying away flies probably it up and found tho page where it wa wasps portant parts of locomotives and the to feod the larvae in their nests and opened was literally dogs pawed There was the imprint of Digits foot pins and couplings of railroad care again to the cows to catch Quite recently nickel steel has been returning about 20 minutes Mr Bar on the leaf as if he had been reading it Gentlemen you will doubtless be employed in the production of bicy Â¬ more In rinrtnn estimated that between 300 purpritod Uit that dog had been cles and a German wheol built of this 400 flies were cauglit on two reading it The volume was a hand matrial and tested for its strength and cowa lying close to whero he stood book on etiquette and right there in compared favorably to bicycles made of good deeds largo type wero the words l common steel while its weight was Perhaps this narrative accomplished will lead people to is considered very rude to than two thirds of the latter or think more leniently of tho vices of N Y Journal point pounds t the wasp THE tlBEFPL GIRAFFE Hlpod the BUI Poster to Advertise NILE Just A PLENTY OF OHALK Sheet of It 1000 Feot Thick to Be Pound in England Tho small piece of chalk which is in constant use in tho schoolroom tho lecture room the billiard room and tho workshop has a strange history the unraveling of which ia ono of the most diflioult problems with which the science of tho present day is called upon to deal This pieco is in reality a chip of an immense block of chalk that once filled an area the RARE SURGIOAL OPERATION Crushed Riba and Bones In a pital Pitlont Repaired HosÂ¬ Country Now Whlto Men Tutts Pills Core All Liver Ills Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow elsinnaturalmotionand cleanse thystem of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ stipation and kindred diseases Tiicosl-- Urn to MACKINAC TAKB THK formed a surgical operation on Henry Henfrcw a negro which iB the fourth of its kind to bo made in this country The subject who lived at 1236 Morgan streot jumped a train at East St Louis to rido to this city and in attempting to leap from a freight car in the union yards was thrown under the car He wasn powerfully built fellow and the wholls instead of running over him crushed his chest and forced him out side tho rails He was sent to- the City hospital where it was found that all tho ribs as well as the breast bone were broken and tho upper bone of the arm tho shoulder blade and tho collar bono were crushed The man was scarcely alive when ho Acting Superintendent Reder per Â¬ CHIOAQO New Steel Passenger Steamers Tha Ortrttert trfecUe yet atUlatM In ttont Conttructloo tjuartowi Eqalptaeai Artistic FuraUlilnjr Dcratioa and Dfftc lent rric insuriax the highest degree or COMFORT SPEED AND SAFETY Fou Tern n fftix Bet wan Toledo Detroit aadMickinic PET03KEY MARQUETTE THE TOO AND DULUTH W APraHKJ MACKINAC DETROIT PETOSKEY Cant do without them R P Smith Chilesburg Va i men-of--w- ar i3 It EfTftctJva Math ads Maude Wonder how it happened AL Goran tho famous French de Did tha enemy offer any resist- l Mr Smurto proposed to Carrie tective who recently retired from the Ldith J understood that she told ance is one the most accom Not the slightest replied the police men inof K-- profajsion i another man was trying to marry plished It We have printed r for her money Boston Tran- - Spanish general was be who was jrtrosted rxth all at least a dozen victories and thcs Iho arrancemeijio for insuring tho ipt have not published a single donishjj safety of Ihe czar of Kirsja during his 7Stop father is counted for two Washington star x runs rmno emtixor accum man xo tv Rords aid grandmother is one by the Paris roanagts to make 150000 vpanied by the detective made a tour British postal telegraph authorities Whoa wked why in parliament thp francs a year from permita to kt ftf the tewwt quartet or Paris in dis- pottTOktttf gftfend ww umbte to re Â¬ chairs in thp squares and gardem for guuie anil visited 6m0 Ckenfe b the the ceoiamcylfttion of promc den yittrit repute ply Uncontested Famous Frervch Detective i A Sound Liver Unices a Well Man TRADE MARKSr OESIQNS Are you bilioiib constipated or COPYRIGHTS CV troubled with iinnrKrn amir lionH Anyone sending n afcetrti and description may Quickly ascertain free whether on Invention u ache bad taste iu mouth foul breath probably patentable Communications strictly confldentlal Oldest agency forsecartiur patents couieu tongue ayspepsm indigos in America Wo hare a Washington offlce Patents token throoRh Munn Co recerre wu uut uij Bun yum IU uuuk una spodal notice In the between the shoulders chills and feSCIENTIFIC AMERICAN ver etc If you have any of these boaatUolly Illustrated largest circulation of symptoms your liver is out of order nunc lonrniu TreoJHy terms f3JX a year t nx and your blood is slowly being poisoned because your blood does MUNN CO not act properly Herbine will cure 301 Broadway Mew York A LAWYERS STORY any disorder of the liver stomach or Practical JokingJin the Courtroom bowels It has no eciual as a liver TEX A Pathetic Scone medicine Price 75 cents Free 7 J UISVILLEST LOOIS AS RAILWAY trial bottle at It C Hardwieks drug The most thrilling incident I Ko 6L ever saw in a court room remarked store wew onvao Daily Pallya western attorney the other day Nine Dersons including Smiim W Cv Louisville 0 30 pin 7 45 am was in southern Jiansas The se- Â¬ A Allen and tinea of his sous were West Point 7 20pm 810 am BrandenuQis Mpni 8 Ham nior member of tha county bar was killed by a boiler explosiou in a wheat Irvlngton 8 W p ra oo ora Stcphenepor 8 68pm 10 13 am a distinguished looking and court- Â¬ field near flartavili- Teun Tuesday Cloverport 9 18 p m 10 Mam eous gentleman of the old school afternoon Five other persons werel Hawesvllle SMtpm 11 05 i m Lo wisport io 08 p m 11U8 m who had little patience with the jok Â¬ injured three of them so badly that Owengboro 1018 pm 12 07 pm II ai p m 13 51pm ing always going on during court re- they will dit The cause of tho ex Ar Spotsville Henderson 11 63 p m 1 15 pm plosion is not knowth cess He was exceedingly No 63 No St but had a habit of laying his DaMy Daily The man with a weight on his leg east bound glasses on the table during his cant hope to win Lv Henderson rsoara 3S6pm in the race A mau Spottsvllle 7 43 a ra 810pm speeches to tho jury One day as with a weight on his health cant exOwensboro 8 27 a m 3 55pm Lewlaport his back was turned toward the other pect to compete in life and business HKiio 432pm Hawesville 9 so a in 463pm lawyers one of them picked up the with those who are not handicapped Olovorport 9 57 a m 517pm Stephenaport 10 18 a m 6 35pm glasses and with a bit of mucilage If his brain is heavy aud his blood Irvineton II 00 am ClOpm Brandenburg fa6tened to tho lenses pieces of tis- Â¬ sluggish because of constipation he 11 28 a m t39pm W 05 p m 710pm sue paper which exactly covered the will not succeed in doing any Â¬ Ar West Point Lonlsvllle 100pm 800pm very glass not particularly noticeable thing cause well Constipation is For further information address the of nine teuths of U C IIobdus A G P A but at the 6ame time preventing vi- Â¬ all sickness Symptoms of it are 6al LoalgvlUeKy orT Â¬ Soon the own lowness liBtlessness poor sion through them W Mills appetite Owensboro Ky er of tho glasses came back to the bad taste in the mouth dizziness table to examine some papers for ref billiousness aud lassitude Constierence in his address Jle put on the pation can bo cured easily aud cer glasses looked at the paper adjust- Â¬ tainly by the use of Dr Pierces pelTRAINS OOINO BOUTtf ed them again and then a pallor lets Tliey are not at till violent in No 1 Daily No 3 Dally their action and yet they are more Mall Express Moll Kxpreea overspread his face that was pitiful v Kvausvllle 615am 4opm certain thau many medicines which to see Ho staggered to a chair Homlorbou 72anj Si3pm are so strong that they put the system Corydon 7S3am 831pm fMy God gentlemen I am blind 4 Morganfield 765am 608pm great DeRoven 827am 687pm I have feared it for years he ex- Â¬ all out of order The Pellets advantage of tho Pleasant is that Marion 785pm eaiam claimed and dropped his head on his they cure permanently 1021 am Princeton 810pm 1180 am it Hopklnsvllle 860 pra hands Send 21 one cent stamps to cover NORTH BOUND Tor an instant the court room was cost of mailing only and get his No 8 Dallv Kn 4 risllv hushed Even the practical joker great book The Peoples Common tvQoDSjusvilto Mail Express Mall iSxpreaa fircoam 253 p m must have felt remorse at the evident Senso Medical Adviser absolutely x Princeton 0tt7ani 445om 7011 a u Marlon 611 p m of his victim Before any- Â¬ fbee Address Worlds Dispensary suffering DoKovcn 827 anj 887 pm Medical Association No 663 Main Morganfleld one could speak or the sheriff rap 902a m 7iapm Corydon Street Buffalo N Y C8uam 741pm for order the attorney lifted his head ifiJ a m Henderson 807 pm Ar Evanavllle lOuua m tt66pm took off the glasses and liad hia sight of ftev J Hnnrv The residence local rniuouT again nis face flushed as ho nibbed Ballauco of Hary Money Gravts tvPrinoeton TlSam Dally the tissue paper from the lenses and county wa8 fired by au incendiary Ar Hopxlnsvllte 1020am w Lv 6oop m he stood up an angry and excited and partially destroyed A hand- ArPrlooeton 7i5p rn Local freight will carry passengers between Borne residence on the same lot was man oplilnsville and Prlnoeton I knew who did that dastard Â¬ burned by an incendiary four years UNIONTOWN BBANOH ly trick if I knew who had brought Sooth Bound Dolly 623pnv that minuio of grief to me ho broke kv Ontoatown 736am The directors of tho Montgomery 660p jb 760a m out 1 swear I would kill him He County Tenn Fair Association will AJ Motganflcld LvMorganfleld 716p 910am left the court room and the judge ad Â¬ hold the fall fair on Sept 29 80 and ArDnlontown 8 fl4aro 740p journed tho session for the day I Oct 1 and 2 It promises to bo tho G PA HopklnsvUleKT never want any more practical jok- Â¬ best county exhibit ever held at VIA OHIO VALLBY RAILWAY In connection with 0 O S W and minors ClarkviVilla The park ia being on Detroit Free Press ing Memphis larg d aiui d promiurna are to be Central to Louisville Cincinnati oeyanu newuneann ana points HO Busy Does QffuLr UocklnsvUla 6 a m 258 pm 7110 am ArVemphU B 00 noon 660 pm Bees according to a statistician Arrtuuca 730 pm Aurora i 18W S A ArNew Orlaaoa must in order to collect a pound of Whuje of tl 516 pm 1110 pm Ar Louisville ince writes the follow uigam ArUinctDnaa clover honey deprive 62000 clover ing slat t r with or publication J Uloee connection mods at Prlnoeton Pull Â¬ through solid vestibule trains carrying l blossoms of their nectar To do this am ploaw iy Hoods - Sarsapar man bullet sleeper and Lroo reclining chair m n the 62000 flowers must bo visiled by ilia has jBaiW9tioa My oars m r muph run doivu and an aggregate of 3750000 beesj or in health v ud nervous feQliug Bxrn Yoc Jfyatoanra Mads At other Words to collect his pound of I had a tit yt unetfta 1 also had honey one beo must make 3750000 and a WYBRAftTS trips from aXd to the liivc As bees chills hut ittor taking Hobds Sur Mtparula I vm completely cured NEW STUDIO are known to fly ianttCilcixxqosi of -- tfo B60 Fourth Avecnie suitable field of opertitiori it is clear Hoods Pills are the favoritu famllv that a sitigLe cfunco of hoWsy m 2atliartic Easy to take geuU mild milliooa of mile of tmVA 5o termined to risk the only operation which could possibly save his life The man was laid on the table and the entire outside 6kin from the waist to the neck laid back The muscles and tendons of the shoulder and tho neck were then forced up and the ribs one by one taken care of Many of them were so crushed that it was necessary to supply sections from six to eight inches long simply retaining enough slivera of the bono to form a circulation for tho marrow tissues and fluids The ribs were bridged and the lungs placed in their proper places the thorax supplied with a silver tube and the little bones re Â¬ placed with a net of silver wire Then after sowing up the incision the sub- Â¬ ject was placed on his stomach where four of the vertebrae were replaced with silver joints the clavicle or col- Â¬ lar bone removed and splints put in to take its place while the humerus the long bone of the upper arm was taken out and in its place filled with a composite bone of the same shape After these repairs the man was put under the influence of anesthet- Â¬ ics and stimulants administered by Twice it was artificial means thought that he was dead but both times artificial respiration was applied with success and at a late hour he was resting quietly and to the ordinary eye appeared to have a good chance for recovery Dr Reder would promise nothing however doubtless for the reason that so much depends upon the ultimate recovery of the patient Should this occur Dr Reder will be the second physi- Â¬ cian to successfully perform the op- Â¬ eration and the fourth to attempt it at all St Louis Globe Democrat writes I dont know how I could do without them I have had reached the institution despite his Liver disease for over twenty powerful physique and Dr Reder de- years Am now entirely cured LOW RATBJlUPIctBresiM BUcklaciud Return InctadlBg a4 Brtk Prcm Cleveland it from Tt4 tty ireea Dctratt 913 to nU Y DAY AKO NIQHT 8ERVI0E Between Detroit and Cleveland Connecting at Cleveland with Rarlleat Train a for all points Kaiu South and South i wst and at Detroit for aU points North and Northwest Tutts Liver Pills young farmer near Cameron Mo killed his sweetheart aud com muted suicide A Sun4cjrTrlpjHJa4r Annuitant Sett EVERY CevelndPut-in-BayTolcdDAY BETWEEN o Oirty Send for Illustrated FaMphleL Address A A SOHANT2 r DaTROIT MICH Tit Sttnit t mm JMH ln6i j For costive Co lltUNK OODUH UALSAJtt EVERY DOSE EFFECTIVE 25 AT DKUaSTOItKS VOELCKKK8 8XRU1 KXATIVE children and billons adults AT DRUG STOKES VOIXCKER ATENTO OCUHEJOJ Patents Wanted FftrtieB having inventions thoy eCt ShOtlld TjrOCUrA thnlt ntnnl pany Liout gions A newly wedded couple will 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foreign countries 1 m near-sight- ed i O V Time Table 41 P Iv at i 4 tit If J A fc Junel iti Louisville Ky 3jpkin0DtlU lentttthtan CHAMPION MOWERS WENT TO OHINA IN A BOX of a Chlnoso Pqst t Robber If Sam Yick will apply for it ho Oftn easily obtain trom the postaltiu- thoritics a diplomu for being tji0 tlbtleat Celestial they hnc cvertjtnd to dcalnth For weeks ho rohbt i the hltls Without detection for ten lnontlls ho bvaded the active soaroh thatIVla Li f ii muioipr nun anu nuaiiyneimaiiuii self boxdd up a trc lht and right tin Â¬ der tw very eye t tohBnrd po Clover Eacnpo Office v msxzzXKzsssxzzxcaxsxxrzsn A HISTORIC OLD Blind Man WELL Nearly 000 Foet Deep and Dug by a a Strange1 old woll in the centerof Nicholosvnile Ky and thort are many strdntfoetorieg told of it It is the pride of the town and tin rear many people there who will drink nr Water ecepl that drawn fiom the town pump Tho wter i p ft lime stone and thG depth of the well makes it very tool and refreshing The well was never known to go li in fact it is said that it i supplied l j an in exhaustible stream and that it is im Â¬ possible to pump all the water out of it In 18G3 when Jen KuniFirles in command of the Ninth coipsot the federal arm 3i00 tiong nwrrhed through this state on Jie umLerlind Gap expedition he was compelled to camp hero for six weeks curl during the time the entire tinny was feupphed with water from thi w and it did not eem to lower the w ater in it The well is 28 feet deep and v i dug in 1S2C Strange as it ma sot m but it is nevertheless true it wnc dug main Â¬ ly by a blind man John W Char- Â¬ lotte who could not see out of either eye took the contract to dig it and he employed only one assistant Charles Martin They dug tho first 38 feet of the well and the remainder of it was bored The auger went down 250 feet before it struck water and v hen it finally struck the crystal fluid the water spurted upward over the top of the excavation for a hundred feet Charlotte had found the stream by means of the old backwoods sys- Â¬ tem the peach tree switch lie took a switch from a peach tree and bending it with the hoop up firmly grasped each end in either hand and slowly walked along until the switch of its own accord turned over while he yet grasped it The theory is that the water no matter how far under the ground attracts the switch with magnetic force The old blind man Steel Plows Chilled Plows Improved Chilled Plows Kentucky nows Avery Plows Chattanooga Plows Also all kinds of plow repairs Disc Harrows There w SOLD I SKS Disc Cultivators Clmuipiou Mowers rind lilfkindB of Form Alnchiuery liny Ruko Corn Drill Kv v Opp Hotel LatuAm rOWSTF PRICES flSJIUUlMUHOPJHNSVJXLB W t Hhf ji 1 appearance- - i II If III ml m 1 I in I iMSSf fiSSi 11 wp iL V j V ft CERULEAN SPRINGS i i 1 1 II H 0 f kr 1 j mfcly ivnchcd tJi M IT ftC HANBElltf Flowery kirdom uhortj the little matter of iget and roblnn the tnited Htcte j mils do not count against a mans ocial standing 01 j ut him m jeopeulj of Sau Ouentm SHRYER Proprs HANBERY Sam Yick came to tlm country earh in lift lie attended the public k HOPKINSVILE KY schools of this city und by the time VSTCarefuI attention given to sampling and soiling all tobacco consigned he was 20 years old was an nun ted one of the shrewdest and mot i apable to us Mborul auvancea u touacco in store au looaccu tuauruu uuh of young Chinese in Chinatown lie otherwise instructed became a rtfembfli of the ell known i it i ji butcher firm tii Men Yitk Co und was looktfd tipon as a rising young business inan and one of the pillars of his tong PROPRIETORS OF In the early part of 1S9G a series of post office robberies was committed which baffled the keenest investiga- Â¬ tions of the postal inspectors A post office employe was suspected but he ClarksMille Term was able t clear himself and the insolvable Letters We Solicit the Patronage of AH Who Have Tobacco to Sell mystery seemed money orders and containing drafts currency directed to a number o Free Storage to Shippers Chinese and even to one or two on American firms were rifled of their contents somewhere after they J C KENDJRICK Salesman reached the post oilice and before they reached their destination Success made Sam Yick vain and boast- Â¬ ful and ho told a friend of his mis- Â¬ deeds An attempt was made to ar- Â¬ rest him on the night of January 17 1S96 but Yick was warned just in time and escaped over the roofs with Gas Gasoline and Oil Stoves Ice Chests and the officers in hot pursuit From the Kefrigerators China Glassware and Lamps investigations made at the time it le- Â¬ Wooden ware Churns Washing Machines was found that he had in some man- Â¬ ner secured keys to tho post office vator and Chain Pumps Stone ware Tin Gran- boxes of the firms he robbed and with TJI J P1ortno Tno HiQnm s T i o ayaii wuib uuu jjuu vagcoi a vxuui daring and audacity almost unparal- Â¬ Tn nC5 floCMinO Ci Tl f r nA itA Oil leled he took the mail from the boxes rifled it of its valuables and JFORconverted these to his own use Of course this made forgery necessary te Ice cream Freezers Galv Iron corbut Yick had not gone to school to nice Tin and Slate Hoofing Guttering and all no purpose lie was an adept with the pen and imitated both Chinese 1 kinds of job work done on short notice S and English chirography with skill 17 oerore you ouy at It is said that the net results of his felonies during the few weeks he was engaged in it were at least 4000 HOPKINSVILLE KY When suddenly forced to leave his jgOrr Hotel Latham bed to escape the officers he made his way to the interior of the state some-Â¬ -D UUUiJHU W A PPOOL where and remained concealed for T t about ten months At the cud of that time a friend made up his mind to go to China and Yick concluded to go with him Bnt he was so well known and the postal authorities were so active in the search for him that he did not dare risk any ordinary Even to attempt to get to disguises San Francisco was attended with danger In this predicament he had This famous health and pleasure resort the oldest in Western Kentucky himself boxed up and shipped by rail Hero entered at is situated on the Ohio Valley railroad 16 miles from Hopkinsville and 14 to this city house he wasexport as for the custom miles from Princeton freight and put aboard one of the out- Â¬ going steamers When safely out at sea his friend who was aboard as one of the passengers helped him to Hotel Accommodations Unsurpassed get out of his packing case and he made the rest of the trip in comfort Sulphur and Chalybeate Water in Abundance But just how his friend managed to 1 na J D A nnA see that the box was kept right side uany aim bbuuucu Tn4 oci oix trams T up with- care while it was being JJirsr uiass Italian jdujuu sumyivyvu iui mo woctouu handled in the process of shipment and not stowed away in the lower part of the hold with tons of freight on tpp of him is one of the mysteries that has not jet be n cleared up It seems however that ho did for word has been received that he arrived safe ly on the other side and is now drinkreasonable rates ing tea and eating birds nests with rice in Canton in the elegant leisure Y- Corner 12th and Main Streets his 4000 affords him Sanf Fran- Â¬ J BARBER SHOP j HOT AND COLD BATBS i BAR i cisco Examiner MKWOMWWWWW atMUMW tnl ollicials SHBYER steamship and 1 Khiul tilMiardatnmoe loot dingy and yel Â¬ low its a snrc sign that thqy were wished with inferior soap tlothes that ore washed with When clothes hnvc a half washed Haff Washed PEOfLEf WAREHOUSE Clalrette ap are thoroughly clean and as white The finest and o3 a snowTQriit most economical soap that lami- g drees could GCbirr or coup chem f fat can make So cheap that the poorest can aiiorr io ue it s eta Sold everywhere Made only by THE VTtfifrtf nigTh 11 fr r7yi tcriS N K FAIflOAW COKPAIIYM Lnuh KE2ISrXI210K RUN ON Mrs Mary Shaw of Shelbyville Central Tobacco Warehouse Cash Advances Made Consignments Ind Imploved Hitoriifjys to procure They succeeded in her husbanc getting her ou und tho nuptial knot waH tied in ten minutes after their first meeting A mou as they were married she t ok ler husband to a clothing store bought him two suits of clothe then to the barber shop for a fhavp then to her country home The day after their intvrriiige they returned to Shelbyville whore she con veyed 160 acres of pood Jaud to the groom The bride is estimated to bo worth 560000 in ready cash I cannot say too much for Pierce s Favor ite Prescription writes Miss Clara Ealrd of r ridieport Montgomery Co Ptnno I feet it my duty to any to nil women who may be sufler injr from any disease of the womb that it is the b st medicine on earth for them to use I cannot piais it too highly for the pood it did me If nnv one doubts this give them ray name and address Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate the sentiment itbnsrht-e-i- i into the sUariy affection of the con tented wife and rcche it tfloriom noontide in the happy mother Happy motherli od is a true wo mans loftiest ambition Her highest pride is in her fitness to fulfil this frrand and sacred destiny Nothinfr so cloud aud darkens her existence as to be inenpaci rated for this nobleet of womanly functions by weakness or diraee A woman who suffers from any ailment of t delicnte specinl organism of her sex feHa some tiling more tUan prin and physi cal wretchdniHs slit is mortified with a sense of womanly incompleteness Bui no woman need remain under this Dr cloud of misery and dip satisfaction Hcrccs Favorite Prescription positively cures all diseased conditions and weaknesses and restores complete health and atretigth to the feminine organs It is the only medicine of its kind devised for this one purpoe by an educated and experienced physician and eminent specialist iu this particular Geld of practice It is the only medicine u Inch can be relied upon to make the ordeal of motherhood absolutely safe and almost painless maidens the sun ot lift Its dawning is the i woman Iove tender 7WV fr sioniach liver and bowels dealers Of all medicine STOVES AND RANGES ie How to Cnre All Skin Diseases No Simply apply Swatnes Ointment internal medicine required Cures totter eczema Itch all eruption on the ace hands nose deleaving the skin clear white and healthy Its great healing and curative pow ers arc possessed by no other remedy Ask your druggist tor swatnes Ointment viAj9 THE GBKAT- hroush Trunk Line lnnnin iSOLE AGENT Up-to-da- GEO w yotjng- TRIGG COUNTY KY POOL Props GOODWIN NOW OPEN lreo WRITE POE BATES Arlington Hotel Lquisville s Drilling Steel Some remarkablo performances in the matter of drilling Bteel are said to have been accomplished hi the United Statps with drills in tho bodies of which have been inserted tubes convoying oil under pressure to the point With such a drill a hole three quarters inch in diameter has been drilled through steel to a depth of 12 inches in 15 minutes The speed of rotation was 1000 turns per minute and the oil was supplied at tho rate of twogallon8 per min- Â¬ ute Somi Sunday Statistics rv i y r F A HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOOUE OF THE BYHHT joara car T M BTBHTTOIiBUSfflESSBOLLEBE VLOUISVILLE TELEGRAPHY KENTUCKY PENMANSHIP ETC Ojntalnt Valiuibtt Information to thota dalrlng to Ltnm 0S RMMEEPING SHORTHAND Qnepmlai IKilUU4or Locating OradwUti in Zucrattvn Muationt FSatOS VOfy LOVU X Ts v 1 UNSfUSCASTLEMAN A G LANdnSM BKOfeENKlDQECASTLEMAN ifc -j Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL LUUlSVibbii Sj Jivx fsROYAL t Southern Department It- i RAnnci bu tuo jartjeBi iu I roe8 tuo larseat business iu Kentuoky and largest iu the Southern States and mpwumti riti uoiumma uuuuing puan Managers The average attendance at places of worship in England and Wales is computed to be between 10000000 and 11000000 persons There is n place of worship for every BOO indi viduals taking tho country jdl through and a stated inlnistor for every 70Q About 8000p 6ermons are preached every Bundayjiiowadays A Philosophic Vjow ijj- - ivn wVww KY wUfwU WALTER F GARNETT HOPKINSVILLE CO V1 Agents things they say to us frut for fho mean thingB tiioy loato unsaid A Atchison GloTw M Wo hftvcrcachcd that age when vo dont thanlc people forTtho nico of finding a place to dig for water And thccltlCBOf and during the two years time he was m Mont digging this well seemingly a hope- Â¬ Nashville Memphis VOELCKEKS less task he never despaired in the be- Â¬ PRUNE SYIlUr LAXATIVE New tfomery Mobie For costive children and bilious adults lief that he wouldreach the stream 25o s AT DKUG STOKES Orleai which the switch had told him was down under there He had implicit WITHOUT VOELCKKRS faith in the peach tree switch and COUUI1 11ALSAJ1 AND SPEED UNEIVALED EVERY DOSE EFFECTIVE it was not unfounded Every stranger 30c AT DKUU S 0BES who comes to town is told a legend of Ca the old well which is one of the Gus Thomas the noted West Ten uebseo moonshiner and murderer has strangest stories connected with it Â¬ The legend is almost a proverb here been put in the State pen and is as follows A man who once ville Wonderfull South American Ulood Cure takes a drink of water from the well Quickly dissipates all scrofulous will always return to get a second taints in the system cures pimples drink no matter how far he wanders Uconections are made at Guthrie and Nashvile for all points blotches and sores on the face thor Old men who left here when they were oughly oleausea the blood of boils boys and returned with silvered hair and West I come to get a carbuncles abscessvs aud eruptions always remark In Pullmnn Palace Cars renders the bkin clear young and drink from the old well before I die EMIGRANTS Louisville Courier Journal beautiful If you would escape blood poison with all its train of horJiie road will rerev special low rates TALLY STICKS rors do not fail to use this masterly 5e agents of tbi company for rates ulooa punner which has performed xutfl iiQ or vrritw such stupendous cures in all cases of Were at One Time in Pretty General C P Atmpbe G P TA Use shattered constitution and depravity Louisville of the blood Bad health signifies That tally sticks were at one time bad blood Sold by R C Hardwick pretty general maybe concluded from N druggist Hopkinsville Ky L TIME TABLE the derivation of the word score In TRAINS OOIMI HOETH its original signification a score is Texas is to tax cigarette dealers to 10 43 ro i vat liOtllsKast JW flUan- the tune of S1000 a year the ob a scar a cut made in a counting NoWSIatl thvlllO cr rf 7 41p m Na o ject of the new law being evidently to stick So also a tally is derived oSSt Louis ExriM 8 63 p m TRAINS GOING SOUTH from the French faille tax them out of existence no B3St Lonls Expre 607am The Roman numerals are derived o 63 Nashville Accomodation 530am 18pm Only nervous is a sure indica- from scores They were mere notches Vo H St Lonls Mail 810pm tion that the blood is not pure cut in wood originally The V for NoOlNOllmlted Nashville Accommodation does not ran en Hoods Sarsaparilla purilies the five was a rude representation of the unday bound St Louis and Chicago Fast North blood andvcures nervousness ruins have hrough tratta outspread hand and the X in like o Chicago and St Louln solid and sleepers rastLiine stops only at important sttioni manner symbolized all ten fingers TlioNlno Longest Words inu crossings na nrougu ran man r io Atiantaua Below are the nine longest words the IV was a comparatively late in AnH8Agcnt in the English language at the novation originally tho 1 v was rep- Â¬ resented by four strokes or notches pre ent writing as in clock dials Subcoustitutionalist The old Celtic alphabet the Incomprehensibility Ogham writing was of very similar Ik n Philoprogenitiveuess nature It consisted of notches cut at Houorifieibilitudiuity Disaproportionableuess the corner of a square stone or else Vidociptdesti ianistical from a stem line The letters B L AnthropophtigeuoniiriHn F S N are formed by cutting strokes TranssubstautiationabloneHs at right angles to the stem line on the Prountitransubstantiationist right hand and the letters H D T 0 Q by strokes at right angles to the AMONG THE POULTRY leu Thus a single stroke to the Llco cannot live where carbollo odd right is B and to the left is H two ia need to the right is L and the same num- Â¬ Clean dost la an excellent purifier and ber to the left is D Three to one 6ide disinfectant is F three to the other is T Long It la a g ood plan to mix up all soft strokes numbering from one to five feed with milk cutting the stem diagonally expressed While unlimited rango la beneficial M G Ng St K and short strokes It 1b not necessary numbering from one to five cutting Never feed sulphur to poultry when across the stem at right angles gi e rTwo Through Tr iiis Daily the weather 1b damp Runnlog Pullman Vtttlbiic bleeping and blnlng Ciira tathvllle to Chicago Tho laying hena should hnvo their the vowels to see that tho tally stick It is easy nesta eomowhat hidden from view 12 HOURS NAEMVIUC TO CHICAQO Too much reraise on chickens will was used for numbers before the al- Â¬ fill HEW ORLEAKS irLDrJDA SPECIAL phabet was thought of by our Celtic be fatal to them as Well as to tho lico tit- - at 1105 noon Leaves New Orlce Tho most persistent sitters ore forefathers Having proved the tally vlaLNRK N Ullle at 730am Through Uuftct Cits trom New cochins brahmas Wyandottes and stick valuable for accounts they ap- Â¬ Orison dominlques plied it to writing messages on rods CHICAGO KASE7ILLE LIMITED Onions cabbage and celery chopped and memorials on tombs Leaves Kjshll JcAy at 73a p m flno with a pleoo of meat make a good The old Runic staves for calendars poultry ration wore somewhat similar Strange sj m For detailed Irtarnwtrn iwldrtfsj While f owlsdrink moro water in sum Â¬ bols wero introduced to mark the sev Â¬ P P jnPPftiB iaMnser Acent mer than In winter yet they need a eral II tuJ Em festivals but the days wore in- Â¬ good supply In winter D H IIHXaUh Southern Agent dicated by notches Chambers Jour One serious objection to allowing tho fk O Notbr ducks and gecno to run together 1b that ttal S L ItOdBRS 1 Putcngtr Agent It la almost impossible to keep th Her Last fiequest tun - m f St ducks from soiling tho water msvrn An Atcjitson man got on his back Ldnla Republic wanilMr tho other night and droaroed that Ab year old boy bacama entan the cannibals had caught himself and gled i theropoaof a balloon at Sun wife and Were preparing to kill them FraucisoOiHndt waa carried skyward for easing They asked his wife if she lie dropped fron an altituto of 1000 had ahy lost request to moke and she Tor Infants and Children feet to niS death saidliat if they would t omiso ft eat Unlli The e6uditiou of TJuiled States tier with a fork and pet no craw on ttgMtun km trttf Senator Harris of Tenuesteo is still tho table cloth that she would die hawpy Atchison Globe serious As the result of drinking pain killer and hair oil five Indians in Min nesota are dead and others may die They thought it was red liquor ictKcon the cities o had unbounded faith in this method Cincinnati Lexington Louis v c Evansville St Louis ai OiLN6E 1 rs Pullman Palace for Atlanta Savanah Macon Jacksonand points in Florida rthEaBtScut SfuS S Jl V ilTHTl k LiixMJiiJLsJLJ rflTQ HBiiii 1 11 U tl C 1- iui CASTORS A v ttfi zm fv fc V- tt i lr I SsLiiJtAkj at 8 HEHB AND THERE -- Grapo baga lot sale at this office Bxi luoas is brisk in local trado circles When in pain use Sloans lini ment and kill it Sold by Elgin Dove shooting will soon bd in order There are a largo number of young 0pMftiOe ItftfatlJiittf fKRiSUNALUUSbU MATRIMOMIAI J l SPECIAL0 LOCALS i i y- 4 f 1 Miss Georgia T Harmon ji pretty OFFICE OVKB FIBST NATIONAL BAKK and accomplished young lady of Crit Dealer In all classes of realatate Buysell tenden county were married last aud rent HorkiNsviLLU Ky Wednesday afternoon HARPJiiU whiskey on your side At the resi RooEns CHALKLEY denco of Mr R HCoffoy of Guth board proves your taste is correct It uiras rie on last Wednesday evening Mr proves also that you are doing your du A M Rogers of Big Stone Gap Va ty to your guests uud to yourself keep You cftn buy the best grape bag and Miss Anna Rebecca Chalkley ing the finest whiskey obtainable on the market at this office For sale by W R LONG sister ot Mrs Uouey wero united in Squirrels are said to be more nu Hor KiNsviLLE Ky marriage merous in the river bottoms than for The bride 1b well known in this Fine Investment years county having frequently visited in the Church Bill neighborhood bags of us and Do you want au investment that Buy your grape Mr Rogers is a rising young busi will pay you better than bank stock save money ness mau and formed the acquaint If so buy the best farm in Christian A worlds record of 210 1 5 tandem Mrs A J Meador has returned ance of the young lady before she county Contains 667 acres of fine amateur mile in competition was from a visit to relatives in Madison came to this State to visit htr Bister land 175 acres of which iB in walnut made Saturday at Providence R I Immediately after the ceremony timber Finely improved two story ville for the dwelling 8 fine barns aud fine water ExMr and Mrs Rogers left Leave your work at Hilles Mr John Dinneeu has about re- Centennial where they spent sever celsior Laundry Address covered from a serious Bpell of sick- al days before they went to Virginia This laud must bo sold Walter S Hale atty at law HopkinsSomething over half of the wheat ness their future home vilie Ky crop has been threshed but very Mrs J S Whittinchill of Madi Monk MoRetnolds -- Mr P Bailey little of the crop has yet been sold feonvillo is visiting friends in the Monk of this county who has been Dr E N Fruit Dentist office over county a gaugor in the rovenuo service forr City Bank HopkinBville Ky Mr and Mrs C H BubIi have re- three or four years and is now sta The 4th quarterly meeting for the turned from a two weeks visit in the tioned at Dunmore Ky was married See Wooldridge Coal Compalast Wednesday to Miss Lena Mc Hopkinsvilie circuit will be hold at country ny for Steam Coal Vaughans Chapel next Saturday and Miss Donnie L Settle of Kennedy Reynolds daughtor of Mr W H Mc They went Sunday is visiting relatives in Bobinson coun Reynolds of that place BOTTOM PRICES to Nashville accompanied by Mr and A full lino of Sloans remedies ty Teun Mrs J W Belton and Mr and Mrs on sale at Elgins drug store Messrs W E Ragsdale Jr and Joe McReynolds aud were married Farmers of the Laytonsville coun- Will Hancock havo returned from a in that city aud visited the Centen try are still losing their fat cattle with business trip to Mayfleld nial for a few days The bride is pea disease unknown to the stok men Mr O H Anderson and wife have tite and quito pretty and was a reign at lowest prices for thresher Mr Monk Several farmers of that Bection have returned from a visit to friends and ing belle in Dunmore A H GOODWIN was a prominent school teacher be- men lost all their milch cows relatives in Union county 8th and Water Sts revenue service I will pay the highest market Mr P A Cushman who recently fore he entered the price for 100000 bushels of wheat submitted to a surgical operation is and was widely acquainted nnd very Everybody Should Read Their popular in the Crofton neighborhood J H Wikfree now much improved in health The Kentuckians best wishes attend Home Paper The Acme Mills are now under roof Eev J N Prestridge of Williams- him and his bride machinery will be shipped and the Ueres u chuuee to Tend it for Nothing burg who is spending his vacatiou at from Indianapolis this week The Dr Clardys was in town Saturday Do you want tho semi weekly Ken N The gross earnings of theL company is already buying wheat for the fourth week in Juue were tuckiau delivered FitEE to you for 10 Reddy Ashford haB signed with Wanted Position as teacher the Henderson ball team and is now freight 5344720 passenger S129090 weeks If so purchase from us goods 38840 total 3512610 to tho amount of 800 three dollars by a married gentleman of 15 years holding down left field for that club miscellaneous which was an increase of 9728 over and the paper will be delivered to Best of reference given experience Dr E N Fruit has returned from corresponding week of laBt year and your address free of charge Address B care Kentuckian Tickets given with eacb ten cent a meeting of the Tennessee Dental an increase of 58 674 over 1895 and Honey bees have broken the record Association which was held in Nash- - au increase of 545876 Over 1894 purchase We carry a full line of all over the State on the production every thiug usually found in a first of sweetness this year ThouBandB of class drug store All goods guaian pounds of honey are being made by teed strictly pure and of the very best the little hustlers in this county Prescriptions have our quality prompt and careful attentiou et all Wheat is still selliner at 58 cents hours day or night Telephone 149 but is moving slowly at that price We kindly Rolicit your patronage The farmers show a disposition to Very Respectfully profit by their experience last year L P Miller and hold it for better prices Mrs Goo W Wills of The Square is critically ill Mr T O Underwood aud wife have returned from Cerulean Mr John W MoPhersOn 1b spend ing the Week at Dawson Esq J S Hanberry is speuding a few days at Dawson Springs Miss Beulah Haddock is visiting relatives in Springfield Tenu The usual crowd of pleasure Beok ors went to Cerulean Sunday Mr Thos G Dade of Kansas City Mo is hero on a visit to his parents Miss Kate McCamy of Princeton is the guest of her relatives in the city BiGHAsi EABiioN ham formerly brother of Rov JW Mr W L Big of Gracoy and a Bfgham and ii r Real EJistttte Agents BUCKNEK Sk CO mwmjiMMmwmMm Thrqwing T ii j iwciy your pursa a I It s the sprne thing if you pay too much money for the goods you buy or buy from the houses Vvho advertise to give you something for nothing Of course the money is thioivu away Its a quiet and easy way to empty your purse But is it busi uess isnt if a better plan to suv a little hero aud more ou your purchase bavmg a reserved fund m lee t Thrashers A strong feature of our business nnrl wb inniwf upon its being carried out to the letter is that every item ieuving our store must bo of the right quality mid at t The Lowest Steam oe Possible Price style and assortment Satisfaction in quality and price These are yours if you come to see us dur ing our Quality amounts to little unless the price be fair Low prices are not bargains unlebS quality is there We combine them Rejoice and buy Perfection jn Clearing Out Sale We have put a price on all our goods that will move them out Yours truly Lookout ebddpfe or Squalls HOPKINSVILLE KY 6S u TAT i eon Meador Rev Chas L Nourse was formally installed as pastor of the Presbyter ian church at Princeton Sunday Rev W L Nourse of this city and Rev L O Spencer of Heudersou preach ed the installation sermons aud other ministers took part in the ceremonies ville last week A colored man named Watkins Mr R M Arnold attended the free working in the tobacco house of silver picnic and public speaking at Hallams Co had his foot severely White PlanB Saturday He says it mashed yesterday by dropping a was a big success heavy weight upon it Dr Sargent Dr Austiu Bell the rising young dressed the wound and the foot will physician has gone to Chicago to prcbably be saved from amputation take a post graduate course in chilHe will be gone The July number of Fancy Fowls drens diseases the new poultry paper will appear nbout two months tomorrow It is a day or two late Mr C T Edmundson has returned this month but shows marked im frcm a lengthy visit to relatives in provement over the tirst number The Lebanon Tenn He stopped over at paper is moeting with much encour Clio Exposition on his return aud agement spent several days sight seeing Miss Lottie Fort aud Mr Edgar Thompson Meador have purchased of J H Kusler manager of Crutchfield of Adams Station Tenn the Racket his entire stock of wall made a flying visit to MiBs Mary paper consisting of 6200 rolls all Belle Rives near Casky last week brand rew goods and latest designs Vliss Kives is now visiting friends in The extremely low price at which we Trenton bought this stock will enable us to Mr W H Moore went to Evausville offer great bargains Come early aud yesterday on business If he can make your selection make satisfactory rates with the railroads he proposes to handle EvanB ville ice in the city aud sell it at 25 Cerulean is enjoying a first rate People irom all over the season country are at this popular watering place Messrs Goodwin tz Pool the popular proprietors have reason to be proud of the success with which they are meeting Mr David Bourland has commenced the erection of a large store house at Crohou Ab soon as the building iB completed he will lay in a stock of general merchandise He lost his store by fire a few months ago Mr J H Kugler reopened the ajii rwui uiifsni ST35W X1m Backet Store Saturday and has been eo doing a rushing business ever since He soJd the entire stock ot mcycles That will scatter all other as chaff before the wind Saturday to Forbes Bro and also said the wall paper in a lotto Thorn p particulars Something Is Going To Drap We The Druggist and Stationer Ragndale Cooper Cos Block beautifully situated in charming neighborhood will make ideal homes For saleorreit by CO WALTER F GARNETT JPUUWWW jniMHIBJMJMWWIMBI IIP mmmmiWiUK HOME Residences OFFICE FII0NK67 4 YEARS IH 26 MwMmMMMMM PHONB 3r SAE uihgincb iCAiiliiil u L OLD STAND Op fMill i Begin a Watch for HOPKINSVILLE KY Up Estray Notice Taken up by R H Talley one light bay filly about four years old about fifteen hands high black mane and tail No other marks perceivable Said animal was taken up by R H Talley ou the 13th day of June 1897 and oppiaised at 30 Given under my baud this 21st day of Stairs in Henry Block L Mum Til Opera House COUJtTKSY W N Sale JL atd tee m large FURNITURE AND KINDRED BRANCPiES you and will do it if you will come stock of 4de LH k SATURDAY June 1897 WL PAItKER JP CC My expenses ae light as 1 am up stairs and will make it pay yuu to come and see me 1 am prepared to do Undertaking in all its branches lam also a practical EMifiALMER Keferjou to those that have seen my work A W- - PYLE- - BA88ETT CO 03 THE INCORPORATED QUARTERLY REPORT farm of 667 acres ou which there are sure Bigns ot petroleum mere is nJ well on the farm 9tf feet deep aud iu the Spring of the year the water is so stroug with kerosiu0 that the stock willnot drink it This farm must be sold If you want to get rich write or call on W S Hopkinsvilie Ky Oil in Christian County I have iu my hands for sale a fine Huleatty IP F Keiisiiaw Furniture and Uudertaker jKWWVWvw- wswwgsir JXrffmrrr AVLWWWVVSk THOMPSONS OLD STAND Pembroke Deposit Bank At the close of business June 80 1897 Everything Usually found in first class groceries at all time can be found in our mammoth store New Stock Best G oods LOWEST PHICES 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 in Pembroke Ky RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans to Directors 600150 Loans to Directors offleers not ii Cluneal 189500 Loaas to Offleers alsHTOO Overdrafts Unsecured 118217 Duo from State Bunks and Bankers 44V550 Banking House and Lot 1C0O0O Mortgages 156013 other tuocke and Bonds BWWOO Specie 131780 Currency 131400 2W18G Other Items Carried as Cash M42S7 Furniture and Fixtures ioooou Total Vegetables Fresn from the gar- Â¬ Give us a call No 8 Main Street HOPKINSVILLE KY dens every morning such as peas beans cu- Â¬ cumbers tomatoes etc ethel Temale Qollece KEOUGANIZED Instructors A thoroucli course In Ancient and Modern Languages English Mathematics Science Music Art and Elocution uoiiegiaie rrupuruiury anu yniuary ueparimeius uunaing renovated Jurnlturo new Electrlo lights Hot and cold water Baths GoodFare Catalogues at Hoppers or address Wm si4a03 cents a hundred mer the most popular trip for the sum TO OLO POINT COMFORT AND TUB SEASHORE LIABILITIES soTooooo Caplsal stock paid In in cash Surplus Fund 700000 Undivided Profits tuOOO Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid 4183213 Due btate Banks and Bankers VSUS0 Unpaid Dividends lboeo Dividend this day 106000 aside to pay Taxes bet 600 00 Total 8140293 Our Prices--- - tt tJbt Hopkinsvilie Kentucky Session Begin Sept 1st 1897 Tenablo and experienced Mt Are as low as can be found in the city and quality of goods un- Â¬ surpassed CLARK n HARRISON Vice President Edinimd Harrison Pres MUCH SiailT SBElNO FOR VERY SMALL EXPENSE row wrai fcAKlK3 POWDER Absolutely Pure brand nnVlt Celebi ed for its great leavening Btronctk nnd limit ifnJnoas assures the ckmI Haliif t ulum and all forms of ad l ewtion com iron to thq cheap BACrXG MWDB CO Wf 0K G H LAYNE ft GO Sohantz G P A Detreit Mich Attention is called to the advertise JF ment of tho State College of Ken Jf Merchant Tailor tucky Lexington which appears in this issue of the Keutuckian This is Fashionable suits made to onlete one among tho most popular instituCleaning and Repairing Ladi tion of learning in the South and iif tailoring also uouo patronRge is derived not only froaa tw obtained from- anv aeeut of Ohio this state but from all over the FIFTH STREET Y wtwn r n rat bBU fuiuvw4iuuuukijMuLf iiii MOORE BLOGK ivy ior runner Vallov railway gnu ui a iinpRinsviiie For full particulars United State li JUITCUXLL I A Kvausville Ind read ad HOPKINSVILLE KY GP racy P The regular AnnupJJSxcursloutoOld Point wugus a I Comfort lncliarK or Mr will bo run on Wednesday auk nth via Railway from iiopklusvllle on regu- N L lor train leaving At 830 a m connecting with Seashore bpenai wnicn leaves union Station foot of sevonth street at 130 p in The round trip rate to Old 1olnt Comfort is 00 and the tickets are good until Sop only tmber2nd with stop over privileges returning only 1 lie trip surpasses any offered the traveling public and affords many delightful diversions Grand and beautiful scenery Invigo rating mountain air surf bthlng ocean voy age palatial hotel entertainment ana a visit Teuueaaeo Centennial Exposition Nosh to the capital if desired ville Teuu The tow rate of 2to per day hag been secured at the Ilvcela aud Chamber Prom May 1st to October 30th lain Hotels Every attention and courtesy will ho extended to ladles without escorts 1897 low mtes from all statious on Choice of routes returning between Won mond and Clifton Forge will be nlven ena Ohio Valley railway Corydon to Gra bling thosa who desire to visit Lynchburg I coy Ky inclusive to Nashville Tenu Mnlitrnl IlrlrttfM and nth at nnlnla nf ItitAPAdt HCKetB On saio uauy Sleeping car rates wlUbe JiOO tor berth I and TtKUni Louisville 10 old Point to be oconnied by one Rates information ana tickets may vA State of Kentucky county of Christian ss W W Uarnctt President of Fembroke De B CO posit Hank a Bank located and d lug busi E ness in the town of Pembroke lu said county beingduly sworn says the foregoing Report CITY MARKET HOUSE Is in all respeots a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 80th day of JunelbOT to the best of his Scavenger knowledge and belief and further sajB that the business Of said Bank ha been transacted J TrHall city scavenger can bo at tho location named and not elsewhere reached by telpbone at ariy time and that theabovereport is made In compli- Â¬ ance with an olllclal notice received from the Call No 82 Secretary of Mate designating the 80th day of j line ioi as me uay on wnicn such report Keep Cool by Taking Lake Trip shall bo made Subscribed and sworn to before me by W W Visit Picturesque Mackinac the tho 6th day of Jnne 1S07 Uarnott President EutlooAUailNotFubUOKy island of cool breezes Travel via tho WWGarnett President VAGornett Director D C Coast Lino Send 2 cents for J UWilliams Dlreotor illustrated pamphlet Address A A Eustlce A Hall Director HORSE We Imvfe FAMILY ffie excel- Â¬ Seasonable IN DRUGS oodsTI0 lent family horses which we will sell cheap Call and see us if vou want a bargain Moth Balls Packing Camphor Hon duraa Sarsaparilla Disenfeqtants of all kinds and a complete lino of Fleming Elastic Cottage Paint White Lead Linseed Oil and Tur- pontine and family paints Come to 3m Ui a fv i iHATu0vrK r MSA t OOOK JoO 8T MSTTH rr IHARMACy k N DMOT