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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iVtllE HOPKINSVILLE tfrX t KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1899 It at Key West fiuV entucKraa There is nothing V W I l VANDERBILT SPREADING FAST m 4 Best of The FamilyjDies Sudden- - Is The Yellow Fever Epidemic ly ofRaralysis jtfr 1 GOSSI P fe i v jPk kj- - Was one of THeJRIchest Hen in Nearly 300 Cases Have Been Re m imported From Points in United StatesS5S Years mmLti X v- Old The South ats NO 741 n riV ssw FOR LADIES -o- tP W that adds to a mans looks more than a Cornelius Vanderbilt grandson of the redoubt- Â¬ able Commodore Cornelius Vander- Â¬ bilt and the most useful member of the family in thi regeneration died suddenly this morning at his home New York Scpt 12 r life v RnTHalf Black Vi- I t ci and Patent Leather r Teyery pan wan au Vied except the patent leather all made on jt new lasts new toes V3 irsi ttflfc and new tops of His father Vm H Vanderbilt died in much the same manner in 1885 while engaged in a business conference with another prominent manin Ills dvn parlor The deceased was born Novem- Â¬ ber 27 1844 He received an aca- Â¬ and was then demic education banking and trained practically brokerage In 1865 his father gave him a clerkship in the office of the New York and Harlem and he was its treasurer for ten years beginn Â¬ ing in 1867 In 1877 he was elected Vice President of the New Yorlr and Harlem and first vice presi- Â¬ dent of the New York Central and Hudson River He was the active representative if his fathers Jst railroad interest even beforethe latter retired and became success- Â¬ fully President of Canada Southern the New York and Central and at his death was director in 41 different railroad corporations He has been active ic missipn work in New York City and a lib eral subscriber to public and pri vate charities His life has been more useful than that of either of the other sonsjf Win H Vander bilt who had laid the foundation of a colossal fortune even before Cor- Â¬ nelius Vanderbilt head if this line in heart failure and paralysis i Kr r fj s Jackson Fla Sept 14 Yellow fever is increasing so fast at Key West that the physicians have not time to make reports of thecases as they develop- - Twenty four new Cases were reported up to midnight and ten more cases and two deaths were reported up to Wednesday afternoon The total number of cases up to date isabout250 There are no new cases in New Orleans Mississippi City Miss reports one more making the fourteenth there TJiere are no developments at Port Tampa Fla or Jackson Miss The fever is said to be very bad in Havana Twelve Americans died there Saturday Many civilian em- Â¬ ployes of the army are resigning A and leaving the city DR v vf Mat 15 imwf vCWP a nice stylish new yym iri V f- - Tfi fitting hat iS4 w Throw away youry old soiled straw hat M fai and buy an Icycle Brand Straw Hat of us at tt ki 39 IS jtiaimm HILL MISREPRESENTED 1iW fV ls laTHave your feet fitted at the store its much the better wayfitting shoes is a feature of our business X SCX T VV ESPECIALLY -- FOR SERVICE- Repudiates the Statement That tie A Was Opposed to Qoebel Dr J L Hill pastor of theChris tian church at Madisonville Ky J H Anderson Co mmmmmmmwitmmmmmmw 1 REDUCED was in Hopkinsville Wednesday and repudiated the statement sent out that he preached a sermon against Goebel Dr Hills lan Â¬ guage was Let every man who aspires to office have three qualifications viz necessary intelligence to grace the office an iron will that cannot be beat or bought and a moral char acter which is above reproach He said he did not denounce Goebel but on the contrary expected to of multi millionaires took his son vote for Goebel His language very into his confidence accurately described Senator Goe- bels character Dr Hill has writ JAW BONE BROKEN ten a letter to the Post declaring that he had been misrepresented And Seven Teeth Knocked Out by THE W M OF A A Mule 1 2 Price CO Shoe Co Successors to Mammoth Clothing J T4VALL Geo Guttering W- - Young Tinware Roofing Stoves and Ranges Woodenware TO aaikk - UlUUUittiUMi e uuiuiuuuuu amiOUR - g ALL OF B Mens Vici Kid 3 3 13 John Sept Ky Clark a well known youVig farmer was kicked by a mule this morning and is in a very serious condition He was hit in the mouth and jaw and his jaw bone was broken in two places and seven teeth five lower and two upper was knocked out The animal had been cut by a barbed wire and young Clark was putting linimenton the wound when he received the blow which it is feared will prove fatal A surgeon set the broken bones but at last accounts his condition was critical The young man is a son of Mr J M Clark who lives three miles east of this place Nitram Crofton Fifth Anniversary of the Order Celebrated Yesterday The colored lodge Wise Men of America celebrated their fifth an niversary with a big entertainment at Knights Park yesterday Six Lodges and Chambers participated The parade from Friendship Hall to the park was represented by all the subordinate lodges of the order and was led by two brass bands The speakers of the day were S H Fox Trenton Rev P D Dennis Guthrie Jonas Craig of Earlington L S Cropp of Gracey and Rev E Williams of Hopkinsville The program closed with an entertainment at Friendship Hall last night A tremendous crowd was in attend- Â¬ ance Queensware Cornice Work Pumps and a general line of House Furnishings Will repair roofs gutters notice wants Tinware Stoves etc on short Come and see how well we are fixed to care for your We want especially to show you this fall the Radiant Home Air Blast the greatest triumph ever sold here in the way of a heating stove Burns anything from slack coal up and saves its cost every year STAR POINTER CRIPPLED Perhaps For Life at The Empire City Last Week L Akin Secretary Tri State Association Evansville lnd Fair has just received a telegram from theowner of Star Pointer stating that he was crippled perhaps for life at the Empire city New York races last week This will of course prevent him from appearing at the creat fair The thirteen trots and paces however for 1000 each making the magnificent pro Â¬ gram will be given in all its de- Â¬ tails R SERIOUS CHARGE 1 250 Shoes ARE NOW GOING- AT r Main Street Opp Opera House DEATH AT ASYLUM Remains Sent to Russellville Wed Â¬ nesday for Interment Miss Mary White an asylum pa tient died Tuesday night and the remains were shipped to Rossell ville Wednesday morning for inter ment She was 19 years old and was received at the institution about one month ago Hal Corbett Last Night Mr Hal SCorbett a young law yer of Paducah spoke to a small crowd made up largely of Repub- Â¬ licans at the Court House last night in the interestof the Bolting or Brownie ticket He told his tale of woe in about the same strain as other speakers of his kind though he was less abusive and disrespect Mr Corbett ful in his language was an unseated delegate in the Louisville convention from Mc- Cracken county He changed no votes here where but little disafi fection ifrto-b-jjouadj HOPKINSVILLE KY LECTURED ON ROADS Hon C M KV PfnW W This includes all styles BLACKS or TANS All new fresh goods SUremember Just 2 f 1 Examining Trial Set For To Day Accused in Jail Mack Johnson col was arrested by Deputy Golay Tuesday morning on a warrant charging him with having stolen a cow belonging to Mr Herbert Cox of near Gracey Johnson was brought before Judge Leavellfor trial Tuesday afternoon and theprisoner was sent to jail to await the action of the grand f itirv J iTW x mmm co i i ii Hanna Discusses an He will speak at the Court House this afternoon at one oclock and at Important Subject Pembroke to night Mr Clements is a fine speaker Hon C M Hanna of Shelby and should have big crowds county addressed a small audience at the Court House Tuesday after THROUGH HIS HEART noon on the subject of Agriculture and Good Roads He is represent o Farmer of McCrackeirv ing the Bureau of Agriculture and is trying to induce farmers to organ Â¬ County Commits Suicide ize ond make a united demand for better roads and to adopt advanced Paducah Ivy Sept 13 Monroe methods in farming His speech Thompson o a farmer of was well prepared and entertaining Â¬ Florence Station this county aged ly presented andit is a pity that fifty three years committed suicide more of the country people were not this morning at 5 oclock in a room present to hear it at his home by shooting himsel through the heart No cause is- as Â¬ CLEMENTS TO DAY signed for the deed and he left uo note He leaves a wife and three Young Owensboro Lawyer Will children and was prosperous Speak this Afternoon He had not been in good healthu for some time and the only plausi Â¬ Hon XaVegaClementsofOvvens- - ble theory is that temporary insan boro filled the first of three appoint- - ty protBptedthe deed Well-To-Dwell-to-d- ments in this country at Crofton last night addressing a good crowd rWHs linn jki T1 t wMMn i 4 MARSHALL MIRACLE Rocks Showered AbouttfYoting uin Near r mtonl Came From a Mysterious Source And Descend Like Snowflakes Without Hurting Heiv s JSP A BIT OF STRING IHilH I There The Jonah and thewhalestory is bo more miraculous than a case now exciting theeitiztns of Mar Â¬ shal county Js ays the Paducah Leader cant untie a bundle But hes roun that busy mite Complalnln that lie needs u string To ny his litlklte Its a peskftot o work to go Untyln after him His mammysays aho never can Keep things a lookln trim Beats all at ever I did see Hes Jes so pesky smart Ive even found them strings o his A hangln to my heart -- Mattle Holland Su arui In Detroit Free Press You aint a single blessed chair Korwash3lan knob nor door But has got a bit o string blr A haneln to it shore You may cast yourasle peepers All roun pon everything An youll never fall to find It A ragged bit o atrlngl He aint much blggern a baby H The boy as ties em there mt Hes playln horses now sir With a bit o string an chair noticed that the last wagon that went by this morning had a spottod animal of the kind on it Ill bet hes got out some Way without anybody Seeing him t fr T Lets see if hell jump Hoosier and Kentucky Disc and Har Improved Wheat Drills 4joes EDUCATED PIG Three onfour miles trom the little town of Benton resides Miss Onie 11 FLOIlBKCn 11 IIALLOIVUMj York the beautiful daughter of Jim B York a farmer Oscar This young girl is at present in a over the and Fanny Ilatton leaned little garden gate in front of most peculiar position their mothers cottage one June day It is claimed that wherever she in an ecstasy of delight as one after rocks fall in great numbers continual They seem to start about two feet above her head but the source of the rocks cannot be seen They are not large but about the size of a pebble of the dimensions of a hen egg the other Hoop Cos gayly painted circus wagons rolled slowly by on their way to the market town of Scottsboro three miles distant where an exhibi Â¬ tion was to be given Neither of the children had ever before seen circus wagons and every- Â¬ thing wore the wonderful charm of novelty AYhat lovely pictures cried Fan- Â¬ ny Theyre nicer than any in that book mother gave me last Christmas It must be grand to belong to a circus said Oscar who was three years older than Fanny IIow Id like to drive that wagon with the lion on AN over a stick He held out a stickas he 6pokeandi 1 i iv n r tno pig went over Jl at once lift doesSO J other Tlbni nnf tricks said Tony only f dont knbC what tliey are But thisisIIopp Cos educated pig as sure as fate Theyll think hes lost said Os ear Of course they will and theyre certain to offer a big reward IJesTa great card and worth a mint of money lo em You drive liim home and shut him up and wait till they advertise for him I only wish Id found him But I dont think it would be right to shut him up now we know where We ought he belongs said Oscar to take him back n tv That would be silly Why you wouldnt get a cent Anyhow we ought to do it per- Â¬ sisted Oscar who thouglibnly 11 years old could be very firm on occa- Â¬ sion Hell be wanted to perform this afternoon and the circus people ought to have him Fanny will help me drive him and if we start now we can get to Scottsboro before the cir- Â¬ The mysterious circumstances were first noticed a few days ago and since then the rocks have never ceased falling People thinking she was per- Â¬ forming a dexterous feat locked cus begins Do as you choose of course said Tony it aint my loss Will you go up to the house and She tell mother where weve gone wont care You can explain things to her Yes Im willing to do that an Â¬ swered Tony and Ill help you get heran a room where no rocks could When placed in the be found room co rocks were on her person of about fifteen minutes and the floor was literally covered with frocks Celebrated Ox Brand High Grade Blood Bone and Potash FER Â¬ TILIZERS for all crops T A2STDY YOTTlSrGh Tbe door was opened after a lapse The news spread like wild fire and soon the entire community was on horse back walking or in vehicles traveling to the scene Hundreds of people have visited the girl and all tell the same story and say it is the most remarkable event 5n Marshall countys history Tbti girls father not being a man oE wealth has offered a fine span oE mules IT anyone will bolvethe my- Â¬ stery has often been said Why do we not have miraculous feats now as they did during Christs reign The question is often on earth We do but very often answered do not pay any attention to them Tere are people who think it s a warning to certain people in this county Mr Bud Hunt of Marshall coun- Â¬ ty has offered a reward of 100 to anyone who wilL find the source of It 4he rocks Oae strange thing connected with tLz affair is that when the rocks fall on her they can scarcely be felt asod make very little noise when ftllj ng to the floor Mr Polk Rose another hghh respected citizen of that county vouches for the veracity of the case anfl says the rocks are still falling It is given out on good authority that nearly 1000 people have visit- Â¬ ed her since Sunday People who have been living un christian 3arge numbers a warning and take it as such The rocks do not fall in large numbers but come down scattering ly and slowly live- - are changing in They believe it is JnPRICKLYX M HLFOn ASH KIDNEY DI3EA8E STOM- ACH TROUBLE INOIQE8 kTION LIVCn DISORDER OK 9k fcCONSTIPATlQN JW Mf IM MB l A Physician Can Prescribe --2 Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Formula on each package CURES YOUR COUGH f IN A DAY Price 25 50c K I ikP the pig into the road for all I dont think youre doing justice to your But perhaps there is a lion a selves real live one inside too and he If any of the boys and girls who might get out suggested Fanny read this story ever tried to drive a Id risk it replied Oscar with a pig they will know how tired warm Oh boys carelessness of danger Fan Â¬ Fanny look look as half a dozen lit- Â¬ and outjof all patience Oscar and ny were when at last they succeeded tle Shetland ponies came in sight fol- Â¬ Â¬ lowed by several elephants This in getting into Scottsboro the pig be longing to Hoop Cos circus makes me wish more than ever to go Mr Hoop himself came out of the to the exhibition big tent to thank them for what they Well we cant go and so theres had done and he could not repress a no use wishing said Fanny philoso- Â¬ he saw that he the phically Lets pick the peas and smile when of his property owed two to restoration then go down to the brook and wade barefooted poorly dressed children Thatll be fun Not as much fun as going to the whose dusty garments and flushed faces showed how hard it had circus rejoined Oscar and he sighed tired been to keep Mr Pig in the way ho as he watched the last wagon disap- Â¬ should go pear around a bend in the road ex- Â¬ to Youre It seemed hard that he should be hibition ofgoing to staysaidsee the course he denied so great a pleasure for the And in less time than it takes to want of only 50 cents tell it Oscar and Fanny were passed He hoped that when he grew to be into the big tent and were told to look a man he would have money enough at everything in the menagerie and to go to a circus every day in the week then take two reserved seats near the if he so desired The peas were soon picked some ring They forgot their fatigue very potatoes dug and a bucket of water quickly in the delight of wandering drawn from the well and then the from cage to cage and talking over children were at liberty to go to the the beauties of the lions tigers and brook which was in a neighbors pas- Â¬ bears and when they at length took ture half a mile away the seats reserved for them in the ex- Â¬ Fanny had thrown off her sunbon tent their cup of happiness net and Oscar his hat and they were hibition seemed full having a fine time splashing in the The sagacity of the elephants the clear limpid water when suddenly wonderful feats performed by the they were startled by the sound of a ponies and the tricks of loud firunt and looking up saw a fine Shetland Jugglery shown by a Japanese de Â¬ spotted pig standing only a few feet lighted them very much but they en Â¬ from them joyed more than anything else the gracious how he Ecared me said Where did he come from I tricks performed by the educated pig Fanny and they forgave him all the trouble wofidcr I neversaw him befdre had caused them Ill drive him away and Oscar hoIndeed they regarded him as so jumped from the brook and seized a Next thing we know very wonderful that they thought sout stick hell be splashing in the water with themselves honored in having made his acquaintance us The circus and the wonderful But the pig did not seem at all things they had seen in the menagerie afraid of the stick Instead of taking food for conversation for to his heels when threatened with it gave them weeks afterward and though Tony he raised himself slowly on his hind often assured them that in restoring legs and sitting down bowed to Os- Â¬ the pig to his owner so promptly they car with an air of profound respect chance of making a pret- Â¬ Well I never saw anything like hadlost the ty penny they were never heard to that before exclaimed the aston regret it Golden Days ished boy while Fanny was too sur- Â¬ 1 v prised to speak at all Legacies for Newspapers The pig remained in an upright po- Â¬ Some years ago when the proprie Â¬ sition for a few minutes and then de Â¬ scending slowly to all fours again tors of a provincial newspaper were looked up at Oscar as if in expecta- Â¬ thinking very seriously of v inding up their business a legal gentleman tion of some order Oscar raised the stick again and called and informed the owners that his had recently the pig immediately stood on his head a certain client of died and left a sum of 2500 to the This beats anything I ever saw Â¬ This pig must certain- Â¬ paper The legacy had been besaid the boy queathed in consequence of the eccen- Â¬ ly be crazy Lets run home and tell mother tric testator having noticed on severalÂ¬ Shell know what occasions articles in thp journal di suggested Fanny rected against the vivisection of ani Â¬ to do and Im so afraid Â¬ Afraid of whatr asked a voice mals A Berlin wine merchant be to a and Tony Grim the son of a neighbor queathed 2000 marks 100 comic journal of which he had been a came splashing across the brook Afraid of a strange pig Well you devoted reader as he averred that the money in question was but the small- Â¬ are a credit to the country But this is such a queer pig He est return for the amusement afforded Â¬ explained Fanny him by the pictorial and literary qual acts so funny Â¬ Youll be afraid of him yourself ities of the paperj while another gen Tony when you see how he can bow tleman belonging to the same capitalÂ¬ left a large amount to a political jourand stand on his head Â¬ Then I nal which had been especially spiteDoes he do that shouldnt wonder a bit if he is the ful tOWArds a certain statesman that educated jig bolofagingto the circus the testator heartily disliked it GHDVES Tr Tl j ii m i i lill rlh WTlfl J 2z- - 1 fD J IX M IF JZe2vVn fly J x CHILL TONIC ISJUGTASCOOD FOR ADULTS UAfATIA ILL3 NOT 1C TASTELESS jH When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel in comfort if you know now Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON BELT ROUTE and you can ride in a reclining chair car without extra cost and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in an ordinary car The chairs are arranged so you can have a comfort- Â¬ able seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night Each car is supplied with a ladies dressing room and a gentlemens smoker You will not have to bother about changing cars for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt junctions with trains for all parts of Texas Indian Territory Oklahoma and the far West If you are thinking of taking a trip write end tell us where you are coins and when you will leave and we will tell you how much your ticket will cost what train to take so as to make the best time and connections and anything else we can that will help make your trip a comfortable one An interesting little booklet A TRIP TO TEXAS will be mailed free to any address V A McQUOWN Traveling Passenger Agent 615 ColaokU Bid LOUISVIWJ KV nrMltcdl3lnoCo St Urate Mo Contlano Vo sold last yoar COO bottles of UOVUfJ iVCr nUMB CHILI TONIC and havo boiistit thro cros nlroady this yenr la all our ox porlonro u yoira iu tho 2rutt tmilros bavo novcrsjI U nortlcls that Bavo such unl7crsalaUs action a yur Tonic iours truly AHNEYCArttCV PiUCtSOCTS 1303 Princeton Fair and Eaces September 20 21 V- 43 E W LaBEAUME Cenl Passr and Tkt Agent ST LOUIS MO SAVE1 YOTnR MONEY o Mutual Benefit Life Ins Bv Insuring in Old Reliable Co of Newark Surplus 539418971 Annual Premium N J AMZI DODD year Life Jlan age 31 President 33970 SG370 I Assets Marktt Values 6709660240 22 and 23 III Under new manage Â¬ ment and will be con- ducted on a broad and liberal scale ISTo tiresome waits Something kept going all the time 10000 10000 100C0 10000 10000 SO In the Mutual Benefit Mutual Lite MA Northwestern New York Ltfe Equitable 37800 38340 383 The Mutual Benefit Policy is Non Forfeitable has Cash Value Loan Value Paid Up Iubudiuco and Extended Insurance that works automatically Dividends are payable at the beginning of the second and of each succeeding year ami may be used to reduce premiums or increase the X insurance Every niPinbr of the Mutual Benefit is sure of fair liberal treatment utfc der all ciicumhtane and no matter what happens lie will get his moneys worth in insurmiee for it is all put down in Black and White IN THE Co State For information pr rates apply to K W Smltb POLICY Agents 542 W Maiu Si Louisville Ky or WALLACE MOORE Special Agents Hopkinsville Ky Half Rates on I CRiR 1899 O O THE GREAT SUMMER RESORT 1899 GIVENS W J President G LOVER DAWSON SPRINGS ARCADIA HOUSE K Secretary Bro Dawson Hopkins County Ky These celebrated chalybeate aud salt springs are situated immediately upon tho Louisville and Memphis diisipn of the Illinois Cential railroad formerly Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern Eailroad 165 miles pest of Louisville Ky and 58 miles oast of Paducah Ky The Arcadia Hbuo is new and neatly furnished with capacity of opter taining 800 persons The owners of the hotel are also ownersof the Springs and the guests of the Arcadia House have free access to the Springs without Invalids should remember that the months of June and July extra- charge offer many advantHges to persons yisitfag theSpriogsJThe dryjind liquid 6all arn mauufactured at these Snrintrs For namnhetst etc nnnly to r CQI ErbprietOsU JSr tMiHODEMAN A f 1 CLARENCE HARRIS Formerly with Forbes PABNTERand PAPER HANGER Telephone 84 2 rings Paper banging a specialty All work guaranteed lave orders atGud YdungBf 4 a i JUMUViriXlrftf vjrt J jZk A mJr3 u ut x iAi H S-- r f 9 J r miittMMim If AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK r vfC t it fails to cure go to your merchant Price 50 eta TENlNiU m JS We will refund to him f Coi 1 The eagle suffers little birds to the number in 1898 There has been a substantial increase in the airlg- Shakespeare vm ii of which re- Â¬ Condition of Crops and Livestock Central counties many HAS NATURE WARNED YOU port an increase of 25 per cent over Nature herself clad lrt tbo early garbs ot and flowers causing last year On the other hand in epridcr bloasomsiorta treesvibrato to this the the despondent chord to V how do Southeastern and most delightful ot nil springtime and feellna the Eastern a you feel Have you that tired shaky Replies were received this month Southern counties devoted more tho forerunner of Chills Malaria and Typhoid If so you must sickness avoid this from 143 correspondents representi- particularly to raising stock sheep FeverIs au Indication of not pass this warning as it nothing us as our advice ng- 100 counties the number js correspondingly de- consult your drugglnt and costs youa bottle ot procure Call oa German Liver Dr creased being but 80 per cent of one Carlstedts at bed tlmo for Powder Take Wheat six days then dose a day follow by procuring a bottle of Yucatan Chill in 1898 in the the number threshing has processed Tonic following tho directions and after two remedies you Cattle The number of feeders weeks course of these two great In the spring Northern and Western States of the will feel like the flowers look hot season Prepare yourself for the malarial winter wheat belt Without develop- compared with 1898 is 85 per cent when the atmosphere Is full oforgerms If pre- Â¬ Cattle are suffering annoyance to an necessary and when your system warns you ing any change from conditions repeat the above These Remedies in stock The crop is a unusual degreefrom thehorn fly and sold by viously reported Fowler light one in yield and considerably which is more numerous than ever Anderson - known This AVith the drying up below theaverage in point of quailIfGuerin can hold out till the of pastures and scarcity of stock Paris Exposition next year he will Spring wheat harvest is neanng water in somesections has reduced be a star attraction completion and some has threshing1 the condition of cattle as well as Some Pink- Â¬ been done In addition to the injur live stock generally I is reported in Bullitt county to the crop in Minnesota and the eye For Infants and Children Horses The number of wean- Â¬ Dakotas by the hot winds further damage by hail and wind storms lings is 85 per cent of the number The Kind You Have Always Bought has occurred the loss being total in in 1898 Boars tho a number of counties in Minnesota Mules The number of sugar and South Dakota Rain during mules is estimated at 80 per cent Signature of the latter part of August lias inter- Â¬ cotton mules at 83 per cent and fered with harvesting1 and threshing weanlings at 88 per cent of the The Democrats of the Eighth Missouri District have caused King South Dakota number of 1898 Dakota in North McKinleys crown to set awry Nebraska Minnesota and Hogs The number of hoge is esshock and stack and timated at 87 per cent of the numThere Are Others bleaching- of the standing grain ber of 1898 There ar other chill tonics thau A number of counties Dr MeuUeiihuIlri Chill and Fever The yield for threshers is reported report an unusual scarcity of hogs Cure but if you purchase a bottle of exceeding fifdisappointing rarely Hog cholera is prevalent to a limit this remedy and are not convinced teen bushels per acre ed extent Thirty correspondents that it is the best chill tonic you have In Kentucky the weather was answer the question Have you ever used your money will be refund generally favorable to threshing- hog cholera affirmatively and 108 ed by50 R C Hardwick druggist Price cents and no reports of sprouted grain answer in the negative to are received Yield continues For obvious reasons there is no Pastures with the quality holdingcrinoline trust We are to have a Pastures in the Central counties hoop trust however up tothe excellent grade promised are very short indeed while in the earlier A TIMELY HINT Â¬ Western section grazing is still You should be wise and see that your blood Is Considering the favorable indica81 rich and pure and your whole system put In a tions for a higher future market the good The condition averages perfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr On Carlstedts German Iilver Powder Then yon Re- compared with average years crop is being1 marketed freely will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds and the grip Dr Carlstedts German Iilver ports show but 57 per cent of crops August 1 the condition was 94 Apples continue to drop and or Powder is the best medicine money can buy hands September 1 as in farmers For your Cold try Dr Ottos Spruce are Price V comparedwith 16 per cent on Se- chardists cider resorting to making Gum Balsam a Bottle 26o and 50o to save a portion of them into ptember 1 1898 For sale by li reparation for seeding- the next the crop The yield of fall and Anderson Fowler crop is well advanced although winter apples will be very light Even Dr Preetorius could not work is now suspendedin a number and of inferior quality save Vosholl on a war expansion Lucas Moore account of a second counties in platform Commissioner of Agriculture yWrouth Forty per cent of fall KENTUCKY CROP REPORT t l f VAN VLEET MANSFIELD DRUG CO Sole Proprietors MEMPHIS SOLD BY R C HARDWICK HOPKINSVILLE KY CIKCCIT COUKT DIUEUTOKV 6J H Tbioq First Monday in February term 0VADE 080P6AI NET UROICllSEilNQ MACHINE relgbt W1 at your nearest il Yoa three weeks third Monday In May term two round arrciican eiamiaejlt exacuy aa rtprnmwi depot and itmmm luncierr weeks first Monday in September tem three Mill la mxhli alhln Mil u klk aa 6000 d T1IH weens OKKiTKST B1R01III TOU till UKiRD OT ptj our Specialmacnine Price 15 B0 Offer rrcirhtaffai weign and freight cnarees tbo hbistian Fourth Monday In February each 800 termsiz weeFir9t Monday In June tern 110 pountU and the freight will arerase 75 cents for own homemiles and MONTHS TRIAL in your CIVE IT THREE 41460 four weeks nrth Monday In Septomber any day you are not satisfied We sell dir we will return your tennslx weelt mil aalfradaiaf Swlr icUan at ii40 IIU00 fll00 firil Sawlar Kacklaa Culta aianoad nr ill foil iuritxa la Oar Calloway becond Monday In April term botsiSSO frtkl DROP DESK in yhoua o BTJHDICK CABINET Is tbasreateit value aver offered oy no three weeks First Mondav In Auimat term two weeks Second Monday in November BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ierm inree weess offering aataowa aaacklaci under various names with Tertlimenta Wrlla frltad la CUtsc aa lra wke ar rarlous fyAavt n Maw air TV1V TPI rat r UltlltllKlndaeements im HOT 1ND hho erery lODKN IBPROTUWtT neeK first Monday In August term two etkrt good poisi or ktibi moil ncBSBurst muiiuo in oepiemDPr lermtwo ITU THL CB1DI XJCHIXC MIDI WCCAU Diners or hoii made BY the hkst maker in America rUSN TUElUSalIMIIuaii SEWD WO MONEY Jr SS wS J lllimintv iit S Till EailDntlBr OUnUIlfrV rrFI PROFESSIONAL CARDS SSK C H TANDY Office over Kellysjewelry store M iEJsriisi D kTflTClHUn ft IRTO in r qiijT iniiHir lara rnT SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK 5 PUKO rOLIBIICD one Illustration shows machine closed hraddroi pinirfromslebt tobeusedaaaeeatfr laklt UJ ar dtil tki attwe apaa with full length table and bead In place for sewing Maty sktlataa carred paneled irawri latest lttS finish fr nickel drawer pulls embossed atML finest rests on 4 a decorated cabinet CASTOR A HOPKINSVILLE KY IINDIIEW SARGENT W Vlneit Hlik Ira kaa Dosltlra four motion feed Self thrnuilnc tihnl inif shuttle autoaiatlo bobbin winder adjusUble bearings patent tensitxra liberator lmprored loose wheel adjustable presser foot lmproted shuttle carrier patent needle bar patent dress puard bead Is handsomely decorators ana araiairatM aaa Msaiimij IMlUitiilj astaaraaTeaaeassraitaalulMa GUARANTEED Ua UtkMl raaaU aaaa Inry kaawa attsakaiaat Isfarakksd u4 ear Free Instruction Book tell Just bowanyonecanruntt and do either plain or any kindot fancy work A 90TBAJRS BINDINO QUABAKTEE Is sent with erery mar hi w IT Ynil NnTUINR to see and examine thts machine compare It atODU n OAT DOIT Physician and Surgeon flopklnsville Ky Office tf lfth and Main streets opposite Cltj Court Boom TelephoneOffice 51 8 Residence 63 4 Address SEARS ROEBUCK yoOOUi ana men 11 conrincea yea araaaiag- aiuv la afuav ftr u naiijin luu aaau a mmj um wihih HVRn jwm Hjiawa DFUT Sears Roebuck A Co are thoroughly reliable -- Editor CO Inc Chicago III A BOON DR I andes Office JasILandes Jos B Allensworth Allensworth Attorneys-ln-La- causing-sprouting- in McDanlel bull ding near CourtHou s e Will practice in all the courts and suprem court Hpeclal attention to collections TABLERS BUCKEYE n m PILE 2 C Er zb IP JI UJ L ril F V ZIMMER ra iTTTt ESsFEtedPILEJii wnmwm gWi h ioOJ n r ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in the courts of Chris tiau and adjoining counties Special attention given to the collection of Office in Webber block back claims Hopkinsville Ky of Court House TKTB iz TTPSTmrBmiiifiT IllSllf CURE HENRY E HOLTON A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED tubes by Mail 75 Cents Bottles 50 Cents - - 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS F OALURD Sole Proprietor FOR SALE BY R C HARDWICK W G Wheeleb W H Faxon Attorney at Law Office Court Square Hopkinsville Ky JAMES MO To my Customers and Citizens plowing- vvas completed September JAMES JOKE Tells One on Gov Brown Bears the OASTORIA st Tha Kind Yoa Have Always Bought interest in my business to Jas J Cal vert a man who has had much expo deuce in the business and worked in Grain Dealers all the large cities and is up to date Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants 1 hope that my in workmanship friends will call and see us First Fire Proof Warehouse cor russellville and r r sts class Bhine 5c Respectfully YATES CALVERT Ky Hopkinsville Successors to William Yates I William Yates have sold a half Wheeler Faxon There is an alarming spread of September 1 1897 88 The Western Mr Brown going about seeking to leprosy in our Hawaiian Islands section shows the highest average avenge the wrongs of Wat Hardin It seems to have taken on the spirit condition 81 an improvement of When Hardin was the nominee in of expansion four nnints burinsr the month In 1895 where was Gov Brown then the Central sectidn the condition is Where was Roderick when one Take a dose of Prickly Ash Bit- 65 and for Southeastern section it blast on his bugle equaled 10000 tebs at night when you go to bed men The Governors office at and you will feel bright and vigorous is 76 number of the extreme Wes- Â¬ Frankfort which he then occupied next morning It will insure you a In a army worms was made the headquarters of Re- Â¬ copious and healthy passage of the tern counties Dowels improved appetite and diges threaten total destruction of late publicans plotting against Hardin tion and increased energy of body and Mr Brown said he could not and brain corn Ollie followed in the afternoon twenty years with bronchial affectiou 4nd have been bedfast Following is an extract from his Have at times tried a great many cough remespeech dies but found no relief until I tried I was at the Louisville conven- Â¬ Foleys Honey und Tar I can hon tion fighting my hardest for Capt estly recommend Foleys Eoney and Tar us William J Stone and Mr Brown ant to a quick relief reliable forpleas dis take and a Bure cure was there flitting about the head- Â¬ eases of the throat and lungs quarters of Wm Goebel and it was Minerva Smith4l4 Washington Ave Danville III average on August 1 The condi- Â¬ a well known fact that he was for two Goebel against Stone or Hardin For sale by Anderson Fowler tion September 1 for the past years was Septembir 1 1898 105 Now I am for Goebel and we find Â¬ mm a Corn In a number of counties especially in the central section the rains ceased at a time when late corn was at the stage when early corn sustained such injury and unless rain comes soon may prove even lighter than early corn In the Western counties the rains continued longer and late corn will make a full average crop Some early corn is being- cut Late corn will dot be safe from danger before October 1 The condition for the State as a Whole averages 73 which is the at Rus BOYD Mr McKinley will do better to listen to the voice of the people than to the cuckoo notes he hears so much sellville Gov Brown Barbers POOL Liberal Advance on Consignments All Tobacco oentus Covered by Insuranoe SHIP YOUR TOBACCO TO- and Ollie James both No Relief For SO Tears spoke at Russellville on Sept 4 The former spoke before dinner I have been troubled for the last Tth street nopklnsTille Ky Kspeolal attention to patrons clean Linet SatUfaoterv service Call andbeconvlnccd RAGSDALE COOPER MAIN CO KftO te fIFTH AVENUE HOT STREET TOBACCO WAREHOUSE HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY R LOUISVILLE KY ECOOPER Salesman M VikkCampbeli Uest Jallotelin the Electric Elevat Mannsj I T C HANBERY F SHRYER PEOPLES HANBERY WAREHOUSE SHRYER li EXPERIENCE Proprsj 50 YEARS Railroad St Between Tenth nUhKIINSVILt and Eleventh Careful attention given to sampling and selling all tobacco consigned All tobacco insured unlear to us Liberal advances on tobacco in store otherwise instructed iv KENDRICK Anyono sending a sketch and description roaj quickly ascertain our opinion freo whether an Communica Â¬ Invention isprobnbljrpatentublo tions strictly conQdentlal Handbook on Patents sent froo Oldest agency for securing patents RUNYOW OF Trade Marks Designs Copyrights c PROPRIETORS Tobacco Tobacco vhas greatly improved August and while the im- Â¬ provement was checked to some ex- Â¬ tent by the cessation of rains the The outcome is very satisfactory condition September 1 averages 78 an improvement of nine points dur ingthe month The condition Sep- emTer 1 1898 was 90 in 1897 60 In the Western section the condition average 76 in the Central 78 and The Western Southeastern 84 jcndition is materially affected by dWiage from vast numbers of wonjos which are reported more numerous than ever before known It is estimated that 19 per cent of crop was housed prior to September 1 which is 9 per cent less thaq Was housed by same date lrst year Hemp The estimated average yield of hemp per acre is 675 pounds The average yield for 1898 was 850 a pounds For 1897 the yield was 5f76Qpottnd8 dtUfing 1 SVp J ik lJS iive STOCK t henumberof1lifeeding vote lor him without holding his nose Mr Brown said I would tell you some stories and in order not to disappoint you I will try to tell you one There was once a dead body found and held for identification Finally a rich young man claimed it for the remains of his father and ordered the undertaker to prepare a grand funeral An expensive coffin came but as the body was be Â¬ ing placed in it the handkerchief which held up the chin became un- Â¬ tied the mouth dropped open and Hold cried disclosed false teeth young man this is not my fath- Â¬ the er for he did not have false teeth The fine coffin was sent back and as the undertaker placed the body in a pine box preparatory to send- Â¬ ing it to the pauper burying ground he said If you had only kept your d n mouth shut youd So it is have got a decent burial with John Young Brown he has grown old inparty service and the party delighted to honor him If he liad kept his mouth shut he received would i bav decent It beats stimulating drinks because its reviviug influence is natural hence permanent Co recelvo Patents taken throuKh Munn tpecial notice without charge In tho G entralTobaccoWarehouse GlarUsMille Tennessee We Solicit the Patronage of All Who If Mississippi is producing pears as big as cocoanuts she should make some early dates with the the St Louis markets A Kicmme nmxm A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tjirscst cir MUNN Uranch Office 623 culation ot any scientific Journal Terms ti a year four months L gold by all newsdealers Have Tobacco To Self Co3eiBfoad New York P St Washington D a Free Storage to Shippers aud had to get up quiet often during NAT GAITHER JAS WEST the night aud suffered severe paiuB Hopkinsville Ky in liiduuye aud with Backache I used Foleys Kidney Cure after taking This splendid new Hotel beautiful three bottles I am eutirely cured ly furnished throughout heated by Fowler sale by Andeiboa For steam and equipped with electric Kirkwoods high licensees up to lights and ice plant and all othermod COMMISSION X MERCHANTS em improvements is now open for the Suburban thirst business The table will be unsurfollowed by cool nights passed by that of any other house in Hot days will breed malaria in the body that is the South Four months storage Freer Liberal advances made on Tobacco bilious or costive Prickly Ash Bit LLOYD WHITLOW Proprietor is very valuable at this time for tebs keeping the stomach and bowels well regulated I was ailicted with Kidney disease R Stopped Tbo Mack Ache B AssMargantown Indwrites Cash Advances Made J C on Salesman Consignments Hotel Latham KENDRICK tobacco Qaither West l HOKINSVILLE KY WHITb Host In Quantity Hotel Henderson The quality of Mercier is erably strained Entirely new and first class in all Excellent sample rooms respects and servjoo unequaled in any city Constipation Forover To Cure On Double Car Line Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic O BJjyTp Kleidebbk Props Aue or zocu uu4iauarug i consid- ujj Brredby For 20 Yiars Has Lid all Worm Re madias OZiD BX AXX Worms vermifuge Bettia Quality vHbABd WEL St Loula JAMES F BALLARD iP Of l 1 M S jflfyritiiuputt ftetttttdtijm rrr rout iby X asWjfipfeopie who do not Coleman TXcara btmgj aftr Ajf rf i r 4 Mm t wQ NEW STORE OPEN Formally Open His Doors This florning G E1IU W1H VtfcWoiuotl as wfciriuieiij4teinJde i iPmWifilied TaeaJay and Friday Mornings BV Mr John G Ellis will this morq ing formally optn to the public the Killed at Henderson doors of his new Btore at 11 South iLocs Tending notices 20 cents perllne Main street All the Week he has Cofbett Eubanks a farmer of Da Â¬ dpcclal locals 5 cents line oaoh Inaction Hates for atandlngadvertlsements furnished been engaged in opening up andar viess county was run over and many wavering- Democrats have onaptIoton rancrinjr the stock of goods and killed by an Illinois Central train in been brought back into line by the OFFIOSai230UTHMAIN3TRBET Â¬ the for the openrailroad yards at Henderson cards which insult their intelli- Â¬ everything is in shape experienced ing Mr Ellis is an where he had wondered while un Â¬ gence and sense of honor and -- FRIDAY SEPT 15 1899 and brings to a der influence of liquor decency by asking them to assist in business man v thorough knowledge of the mercan- Â¬ the dirty work Coleman is doing You may bridle tho appetite but wide popularity and DEMOCRATIC TICKET Many who receive cards return tile business a you bribe the liver to do its a general acquaintance He was work cau not Yoil muHt be houest with them with Goebel buttons in the well for four years it help it along a ittle now and Chen cavity provided for the coin and deputy postmaster t Por Governor and in that trying position made with udoBeol HERBINE the best others resort to various methods Mens WILLIAM GOEBEL will beepme his liver regulator Price 60 c8 to show their contempt for the man many friends who p For sale bv R C Hardwick of Kenton friends and patrons in a business Boys and the scheme he is working to way JJTor Lieutenant Governor Restoration And Increase aid Taylor If any man in Chris- Â¬ Childrens t His store will be in the uature of a lWT G V BECKHAM county has sent Coleman a fifty tian Among the list of pensioners nw nothing in the of Nelson cent piece we have failed to hear of racket store with granted Kentuckians this week is house that will sell for more than it and it is estimated that not less one for Trigg It appears as fol ranging from a 8or Attorney General than 4000 of his cards have been ten cents the prices Restoration and Increase SKDCBT BflEOKINRIDGE The visitor lows diirie down to a penny sent to this county John F Grigsby deadj Cadiz 8 of Boyle will be surprised beyond measure 4 12- Iffi HalCorbetfs hand bills invite to see how many things can be For Auditor Two Millions a Vear it At Mor- - bought for a nickel or a dime the ladies tohissoeakiner GUS G COULTER OUR IMMENSE L NE OF When people buv try aud buy Mr Ellis will have a corps of ganfield Bill Owens requested the to of Graves again meaus theyre satisfied The ladies in his audience according to young ladyclerks to assist him in neoDle it the United States are now handling the extensive trade his buying of Tor Treasurer the local papers to leave One or CascaretB Candy Cathartic at S W HAGER the other of these bolters seems to house is sure to command He in the rate of two million boxes a year before of Boyd 1 have bolted on the questipn of pro- Â¬ vites the public to call and inspectÂ¬ and it will be three million proved I his stock and will treat his cus- New Years It means merit priety most delightful ZFor Secretary of State tomers in a way to retain their pat- - that Cascarets are the everybody bowel regulator for the C BRECK HILL Bill Sweenev while haraneincr a year round All druggists 10c 25 Â¬ of Clark 60c a box cure guaranteed Russell ville audience mustered up NO BOLTERS THERE thecourage to call SenatorGoebel a IFor Supt Pub Instruction Deputy Clerk Appointed liar for saying he was paid to make H V McCHESNEY Mr J P Meacham of Gracey speeches against the Democratic Union County Will Give Goebel of Livingston has been appointed a Deputy Coun- Â¬ ticket Senator Goebel at the time 2ooo Majority ty Clerk in the place of Mr J T JFor Commis6tonerof Agriculture was 400 miles away HequaHfied TuesION B NALL Wall resigned of Jefferson Hon W J Stone of Missouri Uniontown Ky Sept 13 There daymade the first of a series of five is absolutely not a single bolter in 91 U For Raihoad Commissioner GoIubDowu urn speeches in this State at his birth- this city and the Democrats will FLETCHER DEMPSEV last Tuesday vote as a unit for Goebel Your cor- People place Richmond suffering of Hopkins County He was introduced by Hon Jas B respondent to day interviewed ev- Â¬ from Kid- McCreary and made a fine speech ery business man in town mer- Â¬ uey Diseases Tor Representative chants Jawyers doctors liverymen feel a gradual JDENNIS R PERRY m f inmfil a nrl coo i Hfl POt will leave and all and not one was found who but steady loss of Tift Rev W H Whitsitt strength aud vital of Christian to be gone a is against the ticket this week for Europe They should ity ff Since Goebels and Blackburns lose no time in trying year He goes to collect material FOR CITY COUNCILMAN of the Baptist church speeches at Morganfield last week Foleys ryidney Cure a We are authorized to announce for a history the opposition in the county has Guaranteed Preparation Martin W Davis as a candidate for that he proposes to write For sale by Anderson Fowler disappeared altogether and Unions the office of City Councilman from - PRIMARY OFFICERS the First Wnrd subject to the action Democracy was never in such good fla nn Herndon Sick of the Democratic party fighting condition The county will Mann Herndon was taken violent give a Democratic majority of 2000 lently ill lastSaturday and remain-Â¬ We are authorized so announce J Democrats Who Will Hold the Henry Bell a ed in a delirious condition until yes Wareas acaudidatofor re election chant and lifelong Republicans lias J terday when he was reported Election lo the office of City Councilman fromÂ¬ aeciarea ior uoeoei slightly better He has fever the fiecond Ward subject to the acof the Democratic party tion Ward R H Holland and First As an external liniment of most MR OANT RETURNS Geo H Merritt judges A M wonderful penetrative and curative We ure authorized to announce Wallis clerk Vote at City Court- Â¬ power BALLARDS SNOW LINI James West aa a candidate for the Back From New York With a Big A1ENT is not equaled by auy other room office of City Councilman from the in the world Price 25 and 10 cts Fall Stock Third wardsubject to the action of Second Ward Geo T Herndon in R C Hardwick She Democratic party and P C Richardson judge Ed C Pyle clerk Vote at Coopers liv- Â¬ Mr T L Gant of the popular Mr Stowes School Begins We are authorized to announce G ery stable Slayden dry goods firm of Gant Miss Elizabeth Rascoe opened V ID Daltou as a candidate lor Third Ward J S McCarley and has returned from New York with a school Monday morning Sept 11 to the office of Councilman from very large and handsome stock1 of at Howard Stowes school house rfche Fourth Ward Biibject to tho ac E A Roper judgesiPhilipGaither Wests new goods for the fall trade This near Julien with about 20 pupils clerk Vote at Gaither of tho Democratic party are here and others are coming in daily tsa warehouse house is rapidly extending its busi- Â¬ As heretofore we will have the newest A diseased liver declares itself by Fourth Ward Webb C Bell and ness and is meeting with much suc We are authorized to announce a candidate for Geo F Campbell judges Tom J cess TJrank L Waller bb Both partners are young moroseness mental depression lack and best Out of a house full of bargains the office of City Councilmau from Tandy clerk Vote at OBriens enterprising and wide awake busi- Â¬ of endrgy restlessness melancholy and constipation HERBINE will tho Fourth ward subject to the coal office we call attention to these six ness men who know how to please restore the liver to a healthy coudi action of the Democratic party Sixth Ward Ben T Armistead the trade of Hopkinsville and Chris- Â¬ tiou Price 50o Sold by R C Hard Â¬ p 5c H 200 yards pretty fall style 27 iuch Percales only wick and Chas H Anderson judges Ed tian county in their line We are authorized to announce J 2000 yarde pretty fall style 36 in Percale worth 10c for only 5c Vote at Convict Sent to Asylum T Wall as a caudidate for re election C Blakemore clerk 1000 yards ludigo Blue Calico 4c BIQJ3ATCH RETURNED to the office of City Councilman from Foulks coal yard Frankfort Ky Sept 13 Gov 2000 yards good Outing Cloth pretty styles worth 8Jo only 5c action the Sixth Ward subject to the Seventh Ward R A Morris and Bradley this morning respited g 100 extra heavy hemmed Huck Towels the 35c kind for only 20c of the ipmocratic party Stonewall Morris judges Jas L Trigg County Grand Jury Had Oscar Staley of Todd county a 400 extra heavy Huck Towels the 25c kind for only He Long clerk Vote at vacant store- Â¬ convict sent to the Eddyville peniWearo authorized to announce A room west of Rock Bridge Very Busy Week JT Keeder Jack R eder as a candi Â¬ tentiary to serve a term for grand Ours will be the largest and mosf complete stock date foi Councilman from the Seven larceny so that he might be taken KNEE CAP CRUSHED The Trigg County Grand Jury to th Ward subject to the actiou of the the insane asylum He was or- Â¬ M of Dry Goods in Hopkinsville this season Democratic party has adjourned One hundretLnd n dered to the Hopkinsville instituLady Happens to a Bad Accident forty six indictments were returned tion We are authorized to announce Joe ofvWhich 114 were for failing to uiile IS Fowright as a candidate for the at Lafayette A Tt ZMS Wouder Je descriptive land list office of City Councilman from the Halls Great Discovery Henry Coleman the negrojVho Seventh ward subject to the action Lafayette Ky Sept 11 Mrs shot and killed Lewis Gaither anOne small bottle of Halls Great of the Democratic party Iowa Hester happened to a very other negro on Alf Thomas farm Discovoy cures ull kidney aud blad- Â¬ We are authorized to announce J painful and perhaps serious acci- Â¬ nearGracey a few weeks ago was der troubles removes gravel cures seminal emissions H Egg etou aB a caudidate for the dent As she stepped out of the indicted for willful murder Cole- Â¬ diabetes back rheumatism and weak all iroffice of City Councilmau ftom the door her foot slipped and she fell man has not yet been apprehended tud lame regularities of the kidneys and blad seventh ward subject to the action IN striking her knee on a brick and der in both men and women liegu of the Democratic party lutes bladder trouble in children If Bran- Â¬ CONGESTIVE CHILL breaking the knee cap Dr not sold by your druggist will be 4s don was called and dressed the Registration Tuesday Octo seut by mail ou receipt of SI One s C wounded limb Causes the Death of an iiAged small bottle is two months treat Jber 3 7 a in till 9 p m ri meut aud will cure any case above Colored flan Kfv mentioned EWHALL Denf ness Cannot lie Cured Sole manufacturer St Louis Mo The Bowling1 Green fair is in by local applications as thov cannot formerly Waco Texas progress this week John Blair a well known old Importer and Manufacturer of reach the diseased portion of the ear For sale by T D Armistead HopThere iB only one way to cure rieaf colored man died in the city kinsville Ky I The State Election Board will neFs and that is by constitutional Wednesday from the effects of a READ THIS DeafneBS is caused by an meet next Wednesday to appoint remedies Clahton Ala March 8 1897 I cerinflamed condition of the mucous lin congestive chill with which he was AJ N county boards of the Eustachian Tubes When attacked the day before He was tify that I have been cured of kidney ine and bladder troubles by Halls Great this tube is inflamed you heve a rum 70 years old Waco Texas ana 1 can Discovery Democratic orators will speak bling sound or imperfect hearing fully recommend it next Monday in 25 county seats and when it is entirely closed Deaf Licensed to Wed Rev L Pounds the Tu result Senator Goebel will be at Pikeville noss is the can be and uuless and this William McRae and Agnes Henry taken out flamtnation Messrs W T Williamson and tube restored to its normalcondition were granted a licence to wed yes- Â¬ W T Fowler have returned from a Cornelius Vanderbilts estate is hearing will be destroyed forever terday The parties are colored if business trip to Louisiana not less than 100000000 He left nine cases out of ten are caused by in nothing but which a Will the contents of which are Catarrh conditionis of the mucous an6urÂ¬ We are tired of summer but we Louisville and Return One Fare flamed know trom the looks of the ugly fall sot yet known faceB hats in the milliners windows that Account of Annual Meeting LouisWe will give One Hundred Dollars Dawson Thomas Parks aged 15 for any case of DeafneSB caused by we will regret it when it has gone ville Driving and Fair Association by the Illinois Central R R will sell AIR FM WIHTLOWy of Hopkinsville Ky is my solicitor catarrh that aid Pearl Edgerton aged 14 both- Halls Catarrh cannot bo cured cirCure Send for r A politician weakly and amiably round trip tickets to Lotiisyille on in Covii imiiqi immmmmmmwm V f Cincinnati were married whmwp J iihiiii uculars free T77 n con- right is no match for a politician Sept25th to 29th inclusive at rate iilast Tuesday with the CHENEfr CO Toledo O F J tenaciously andpugnacjously in the of one fare Return limit Oct 2nd Upnt UakMt JUlfl Pfif tllftllftW Uand by Esquire Sold by Druggists 75c 5 sent of their parents kS wrong E P Whipple E M SHERyroopAehti Family Puis are the best r sr TSTSi t SUBSCRIPTION HAS M MEACHAM i A YEAR INABVANCK knov hm himvlth My cents to be used to defame Goebel Is proving to be the most effective campaign work dne sofar forythe Democratic ticket Hundred of these cards have been received by Democrats and Republicans all over this county this week and totrt John BLAME Svam flj JU tUIOVIAUIUUj der treble Ro JLJUIVJ llUnVlOU f Kilmer t flT kirfny mvUkikikiM wM V I wiHfVWfV y iK j3ttVw J5Vi3yVv druggists in fifty cert tomldolsr sizes You may have a namplo liottloty maH free also pmphlot tolling all about H Addrelo Dr Kilmer A Co BlngUanitouN V 3 nnTHiwfi CLOTHING tei9 iff J O a ft lit m 3 3 31 z CL0THIK I J A 3 3 3 3 3 CLOTHING I ALL KINDS OF CLOTHING HT i b m iv 31 r ALL IiIjII II flTOfMfi - II llif I Has arrived and is open for your in fk spection consisting of Mens Eojs and Ubildrens It Ming l J Our Line of Overcoats 1 2 3 it 3 Moayons Big Store f 1 Are the latest styles Over 50 vari trn tn them Clothing is a specialty at t I r- J To-Da- y- WWWfVfVfVf m IWWfWfW auWW The Newest Ideas l ta FANCY DRY GOODS J 0 0 a 5 GANT SLAYDEN 1852 ESTABLISHED t SAMUEL HODGSON t f Marble and Grranite M onuments i ytV TABrETSilETO m ii hi J iha ilfersTOrtwrtiirjuTwriar V u M witefL rsoBHP zBagrwr w vyi trijfrtt vk rtFr1 v A Uir rj Jfl stmt i If K y To yy X RAY USED Locate The Ball In J leniumanr- 57 r-- V ri AN INACTIVE Thlft Il1wftfl 1 filer isp R rvn Scotts V Spjnef tonguo Is coated tho appetUo a JVftCBVuu VlQQil tnnint fvMtt4TA por win rr L Boweis arm 4 Always Constipated re o ers M It was impossible to locate the bul DEATH OF let and yesterday Dr Gower brought Scott on a cot to this city and Dr T W Blakey located the ball with the use of liisX Ray ma- Â¬ chine Scott was paralized from his arms down The ball went in the front of the neck passed close to the jugular vein ranging downward and was imbedded in the side of the spine The bullet between the shoulders was plainly seen when the rays were turned on and the- - position was located and an operation will be performed to remove it The op- Â¬ eration is a very difficult one and the chances are against Scotts Trvin Scott the Trenton negro who was shot last Monday morning at Earliagton was taken to his home at Trenton and has been un- Â¬ der the care of Dr C M Gower IAU eArAlOOOK gives descriptions of cse niiJ ptlicr HetM Grain also Clovers pnd trasses Vegetable Seeds Bulbs Fertilizers Jte Write for It ana price of any Seeds re-jutted SEEDSMEN M m wiwm SMMMffMttrBrazMg and Largs Yields f j sown Rwsi Oram j v 5E MB o Unt DOLLARS The Big Store Cw STnk Vb B v i 9 LOUisiiiiE if iy BUY - THE List sv of MOST Departments A YOUNG III LADY flfrirtfcaBiaaaatihiA Victim of Peritonitis Few Days Only a m MmmmmmmW aot directly on tho liver In laxative flpses oaoli night they will regulato f tongue euro biliousness nnaprovent uvmunuu hi tuuuj a uox J C AYER CO Lowell Mass FREE STREET FAIR MissOdieB Grubbs daughter of Dr J S Grubbs died in the city Monday afternoon aged 22 years She had only been sick about ten days with peritonitis Miss Grubbs was exceedingly popular with a large circle of friends and her death is a source of deep sorrow to every one who knew her Funeral ser- Â¬ vices were held at her late resi dence on East plinth street Tues- Â¬ day afternoon and the interment took place in Hopewell Cemetery REPUBLICAN APPOINTMENTS JC RACIE I New York Headquar Â¬ r Z S f J ATR8 Art M irrors nnil Frames Boots Shoe Trunks ami Valices Carpets Oil Cloth Rugs eto Cloaks Shawls aud Jackets Boys Children and Mens Clotbluj Pants Corsets Dress Stays Corsets Steels Dolls aud Toys Gloves and Mitts Hardware Cutlery etc Hats Cups and Umbrellas Hosery and Underwear Lawns White Goods Curtains Quills Laces and Lmbroideriee etc Linens Handkerchief Milliueiy Ribbons and Silks Notions Piece Goods Blanket and Comforts Shirts aud Neckwear Stationery and Books Tinware and House Furnishing Goods Wooden Cottonades ects Window Shades Curtains etc ters OB Rouse Greatest Event in Hopkinsviljes History Booming recovery PICTURE SHOW 549 Broadway A store where confii dence dwells and eter nal unfaithjf never comes J H WARD has attracted the general interest and promises tp be the success of the Great Free Street Fair that will be held the first week in Octo- Â¬ ber from the fourth to the seventh There are already engaged thirty six free acts for eacti day divided into three parts for morning after- Â¬ noon and night performances The leading event of each days pro- Â¬ gram will undoubtedly be the start ling and sensational cannon balloon ascension and parachute leap of Miss Ida LRoy the only lady in DNever in the history of Hopkins Animated Sketches and Life Size Seven Orators White and Colored ville has there been anything that Representations Booked For Hopkinsville A picture exhibition illustrating son Wednesday Sept 20 at 1 pim W S Taylor nominee for Gover- Â¬ nor Senator W J Deboe and Dr A D James A complete description accompanies Saturday Oct 7 at 1 p m Eld each picture J S Sweeney nominee for auditor Admission 15 and 25 cents Monday Sept 25 at night Albert S White colored CLUBS ENTERTAINED Mrs Wilkinson Receives The Mag- Â¬ azine and As You Like It Clubs the highest attainment of the art of photography was on ths boards at the Opera House last night and a second performance will be given r to night7 Animated pictures represent large cities bicycle parades fancy dances comic scenes the Cuban war railway trains in motion etc The following Republican ap pointments are announced for Hpp kinsville Tuesday Sept 19 at night Dr E E Underwood and W D John 23lilD Hgr Hopkinsville Ky RECEIVING NEW GOODS DAILY AT THE RAGKETi COLEMANS CIRCULAR Strongly Denounced By a kinsville Preacher HopÂ¬ rflV irSlY Mrs Ford L Wilkinson eflter tainec the As You Like It and the Dr M B DeWitt pastor of the Magrzine Clubs from 4 to6 oclock yesterday afterrioon in honor of her Cumberland Presbyterian Church guests Misses Sallie Rodes and got one of Colemans anti Goebel Mary Dunlaney Bowling Green cards outof the postoftlce yesterday ECy The attendance was limited to morning and expressed himself very to those standing the clubs above mentioned and a vigorously few of the near by neighbors The about Hejaid Miss Ida LRoy I am not in sympathy with any reception was fraught with much My ears are deaf Mthe world performing this wonder pleasure and the hospitable hostess such methods to all such appeals I have no ful feat She Is fired from a cannon exerted every effort to make the money to put into any such cause when three thousand feet or more occasion pleasant to all who were above the earth and in herperilous in attendance DEATH NEAR VVALLONIA flight through space she grasps the MORE TOBACCO frail parachute anddescendsgrace Promising Youth Passes Away fully to terra firma One of the After a Brief Illness ladys ascensions will be made at does Up in Smoke Caught While night and will be accompanied by Being Cured iire works Hay den Robinson the 14 y ear did Among- the other attractions to Another barn filled with fine to- Â¬ step son of Mr N E Nabb died of be seen during the fair free of bacco was destroyed by fire Wed- Â¬ typhoid fever at the home of the charge will be trapeze acts contor nesday The building was situat- Â¬ the latter near Wallonia Monday tipnists flying ring in midair and ed on the George White place near night Mr Nabb and several of slack rope walking There will al Caledonia and contained tWenty his family are quite sick with the so be professional cake walking five acres of the weed belonging to saxfle disease at pres- a Mr Gray The tobacco caught A fine orchestra which Party at Hr Adcocks an eiigiijreuient at Cooks while ent filling the process of curing was in I has been progress The loss on building and Garden at EvmsviJl Church Hill Sept 8 All the fi engaged for fair wek tp between two beauty wit and gallantry of the contents amounts Among the merchants and other and three thousand dollars neighborhood assembled at Rural business people of the city the Retreat the beautifulhome of Mr W E Adcock last evening The McCORD DEAD JOSEPH exquisitely beautiful yard was vKBiHI lighted with numerous Japanese Expired at His Home Near Era lanterns underneath which some of III Two Weeks Christian countys fairest maidens and handsomest youths tripped Crofton Ky Sept 14 Mr Jo- Â¬ the light fantastic on the velvet recently a candi- Â¬ sward seph A McCbrd During the entire evening for the Democratic nomination soft etherial music was heard date for Representative died at his Only too swiftly the pleasant hours home six miles west of this place passed by At eleven delightful this morning afteran illness of two fruits and cooling drinks were weeks of fever He was a son of served on the veranda The lovely Dr W E McCord and leaves- a hostess as usual entertained in a wife and one child He was about most charming manner and as she 30 years old The interment will flitted here and there through the take place at the family burying brilliantly lighted halls decorated ground to morrow with lovely flow ers - all declared there was no flower fairer than she WORK OF BURGLARS The entertainment was given in honor of 6ne of Nashvilles fairest s greatest enthusiasm prevails Enter a New House and Carry Off maidens Miss Margaret Leslie V the and by the first week in October Paint Gray who seemed to entrance all by Hopkinsville win present a gala apher elegance and grace At a late pearance such as has never been Mrs Maude Taliaferros new hour all departed declaring that jJitnessed here before house on Walnut street which was the most enjoyable evening ot this N and 1 C railroads Hearing completion was broken delightful season had been spent vpOTje L hare given a half rate the focmer open Wednesday might and about Margaret road between Madison ville Spring- Â¬ 50 worth of paints oils and and Bowling brushes were carried off Clarksville Strayed field The and the latter between Pa burglars left no clue Green From Chatf N Foxs near Howell ducah Central City Morganfield nbout Sept 1st a black horse colt weanling 2 white feet about 4 Farms Change Hands all intermediate points These and Information appremonths old as well as all others in the points Lucien A Miller has sold his ciated and rewarded Address are being farm near Montgpmery to J R Gol - county off the railroad S F Emory billed with handsome lithographs liday for 2100 Hern don Ky There are 143 illustrative of the different features will go to make upone of the acres in the tract Mr Miller has that Caused From Teething bought the P Tl Roberts place greateststreet fairs ever given ft 2Q0 acres for 2000 child of Sam containing A KacHte VourJBowejs WJe i Csonrt a f Will have a new stock from bottom to top It is not necessary to mention what the stock consists of The list in the right hand Eeach department corner will give you an idea of what we have is full and prices that are the lowest We have not time to spare to quote prices on the HUNDREDS OF USEFUL AND VALUABLE ARTICLES So come in and see our goods and prices Wo carry in stock you money by buying at THE RACKET Were always glad to show goods and prices and save J M WARD Manager Hopkinsville Ky wHIRillViBsa REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE First - National SEPT 7tb Sank at Hopkinsvilte Koutucky at the close of business 1899 RESOURCES UIOCiS Loans and Discounts 19U11M Overdrafts secured and unsecured 2000000 US Bonds to secure circulation iil430 00 itocUs Securities etc Banking House Furniture and Fixt Â¬ 1 035 00 ures Due from State Banks and Bankers U43101 71217 01 Lme from approved reserve agents 80367 Jhecks ana other cash Items 0 JuU 10 Sotes of other National Banks Fi actional paper currency nickels 22564 and cents Furniture and Undertaking Wo have a fine heaise and a full line of Coffins and Caskete aud Un dertaking supplies neat and new We have eecured thn services of W N Ducker who is ready at all times to Eerve the public aud we guarantee We also have a nice line of satisfaction and terms the most libera redemption fund with 118 Treasurer Operceilt of circulation Due from U STreas other than 5 per cent redemption fund Total i awful money reserve in Bank viz 11670000 ipecle Legal tender notes 401000 2J7C0C0 90 2l2Bf 00 2250 Furniture Organs and Sewing Machines than can be bought elsew litre L which we will sail for less money LIABILITIES 5000010 Capital stock paid In 1000000 Surplus fund Undivided profits less expense and 5 53 02 taxes paid 1800000 National Banknotes Outstanding 101178 Due toother National Banks 1 lid 22 Due to StateBanka and Bankers 056 00 Dividends unpaid 10 cuecc inuivmuai ueposits suojecc 9th St ARMSTRONG bet Main and Virginia- - M Hk iduio A MODERN PARLOR 3IATK op ment Is true to the best of my knowledge and oellef Thos W Lono Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13 day of Sept 1809 Walter Kelly N P Correct Attest Geo C Long J W Downer J Directors Lee Kills Kentucky County op Christian as Ilhos WLong Cashlerot the above named bank do solemnly swear that tho auove state 1 Total J21250U5 J 1 fegPiSni shows grpat progress iu the manu fnoti re of fine furnituie iu recent yea- We keep up with all the latent htyle and artis tic designs in fur niture fur parlor librarv lied room diuing room aud office ami our store is replete with beauty in all the lat est uuil best designs in fine furniture or the cheaper grades to suit all tastes aud purses KITCHEN 301 WALLER All curable D O OSTEOPATHY diseases successfully treated Fine Farm in This County For Sale Consultation and 4 D O Mrs Lula E Oldham Mrs JoMe E Gregory D O graduates jf American School ol Osteopathy Klrksvllle to Olllce at residence of Mrs Dr Thomas vltliouttheuso ot drugs or knife Jas E Oldham South Main Street Hopkinsville K South Virginia street examination free 301 City Market House SPECIAL o LOCALS BE GOOD TO YOURSESF and uur friouds When you d to roat a frieud to Whiskey give bim HARPER Whiskey is the be best oevemge for your friendd and for you SOLD BY W R Lono ille Ky HopkinB Rubber Tires of If you want to get real pleasure out your evening drivee lake your jarringo to West Lee aud have hem to put on a set of their elegant rubber tires They have the best quipped pluut iu the South and tuarnntee work aud prices Give home enterprise n chance nine-months-o- ld J CaUdy CnihariM forever iOf I jw ewr opiistlptuion uOfjo c fan jwypi liivuro j in both Chaney died in ha city Wednesday iiistanceVthe nrsVof next January night from bowel trouble superin duced by teething Cadiz Record PQSsession will be given TalklngJMacliine Almost new a 2500 gramphone ind 1000 worth or records music iia all for 52000 Apply at E M ttichfa bicycle Btore West 7th St iiextdobi toNewEra In order to wud up the estate of Largo Fat Mackerel the finest Fish Dr Jas Whoeler deceased we offer for Bale his home place known as in Hopkinsville lUC Each Richland situated on the Kentucky and Tennessee turnpike 5 miles Bouth Potted Ham Chicken Soups of Hopkinsville Cinned Salmon French Sardines Bis tract of laud contains 450 acres Salmon Steak is Burrounded by a fine hedge fence is in a perfect state of cultivation and French Crackers Watermelons is one of the most fertile and pro Vegetables ductive farniB in the State There is on it a flue brick residence FRESH EVERY DAY of 9 or 10 rooms with hall bath room rSTTry us with your orders pantry cellar and kitchen costiug now to build S170CO BIG STOCK origiuully in good repair Also 5 largo tobacco LOW PRICES barnB stable 9 or 10 servant houses and all needed out houses It has an unfailing Bupply of water in abundant quantity No more de- Â¬ sirable suburban home can be found GROCERS any where Its soil is unexcelled in productiveness Yielding in ordinary B CLARK CO Siu Paducah season 1000 lbs tobacco 25 to 8 bushels of wheat aud 8 or 10 bbls o corn to each acre in cultivation Time to suit purchaser Apply to W G Wiieeleb- Hopkinsville or O K Wueeleb W F BruDsnAw 5 Fancy Silks at M0AY- ONS for WAISTS 5 i HyW AN ita 5 IRfeil CHARACTER as a Th6 Story of For Infants and Children y Be jfiVcBefableTreparatioaforAs- Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 9 4 similating ihcTood andReguta ling thcStomarhs andBowels of n k EromotesTi2csUonChcetful- tkss andBestContalns neither Omurirlorphiro jiorlilineraL me of a Village Fool Wricn this front out old century was full of vigorous lifq foil loved laughter more The yotfftg were not nshamed qf hding the old had grofrri voitl chcerfullyTjind both f ounddifb fairly well vrorh liying In those days our totn could- always find room for a chartered fooljaU hoh ester sort of Autolycus whoso Wares were Tpnthc most part quips itfid crankhiid who made the staidest cit- izen aAVhetstouo for his wit One of the first of these departed encs who came within my persoualrecollection youurjd MotNarcotic jfnijtSertt j4lxScnna MocuUiSJu jACartenabSaZai revcerOldJ3rSXMVELEIKSEa A IB 1 I The Kind flamSttd -tUuifwdifur XSiryrva tiara Worms ConvulsionsFevcnsh ncss andLoss OF SLEEP TocSimlle Signature o tionSour StomachDiarrhoea Apcrfect Remedy forConstipa W Aft You Have TEW YOHK Always Bought c EXACT COPT OF WBAPPEB AST A1 THC CCNTAUn COM PANT NIWYOUK CITY MB fiAGG RICHARD BUILDERS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN Building Materials Of All Kinds LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT is Robin appeared upon my horizon at tliatpe- riod of my young life when I hadjust mastered my letters and new worlds had opened up to my childish philos- Â¬ ophy An intense rcaljsl ny fictional folk all had Itheir livindntl familiar represcnlatives around me was my Robinson Crusoe and this wasnpt solely on ac- Â¬ count of the association of names Robin was a sturdy rogue thick set and bearded He dressedthc part for he wore a huge cap of goatskin a rough and ragged Coat girt with rope around the middle and he wore his feet au naturel Sometimes he af- Â¬ fected asjyvercqat a blanket fastened with a great wooden skewer Robins patronymic was Skillen and he came by his curious nickname in this way Under the shadow ofibe gray old ca- Â¬ thedral there dwelt in these bygone times on Mary Farrell who gained her livelihood at the washtub One day Robin Skillen having assisted at the operation of mangling was invited to dinner and was regaled with a dish of potatoes dressed after a popxilar lo- Â¬ cal recipe In the midst Qf his meal 3Iaryj Mar theres a Robin cried wee kittlen kitten in the champ But closer investigation showed that Robin had narrowly escaped swallow- Â¬ ing the bluebag Robin had many passages with the police lie was originally a mendicant pure and sim- Â¬ ple but frequent incarceration bore in upon him the expediency of dis- Â¬ He therefore procured simulation a stock of lucifers and became osten- Â¬ sibly a match seller But Robins heart was never in his business He only offered matches for sale when tlie police were about and then he used Who will to cry with ostentation Or who dar dare buy a box of matches London Globe Robin-Ate-the-Blucb- ag fRobin-Ate-the-Blueb- ag ApriP29 1898 T wua very bml Wu nearly all ihri New One Adopted ly Russia lor Use on time buffering wltliuiy side iaik and kid new dud would have bfeu dead Us Paper Money After tivftjflg loutr iiuro without Hief The Orloff machine for printing in Dr J H McL nna Liver aid Kid iclors is in its operation a departure uey Balm u few dny I fouud it wrig from any nvachlne hitherto- - used for helping me ami by ihe timo the sec a lilei purpose Itistheinventitmof ond bottb waHgote I was well aud Mr Ivfttf Orloff chief engineer Hnd tave been iu good health JajIes Fisuek Sn nianager of theRussian government For sale b v C K Wy ly printing works at St Petebjirg and Wed rather be a bald beaded itTiossesscs hianv points ofirfterest ordinary flat colorpHhtlng mim than a woman with i whiskers machine the successive colors are dpi 3F5 X wX C3 jSm SSt fplied one a lime as each ono becomes Bear tho jO ltl8 Kind You Haw Always BobjW dry but the Orloff machine puts down Signature of all the colors on the paper at once so that a great saving of time is ef- Â¬ When a fashionable girls hair is fected The principle of the nifichine smooth it indicates that she hasnt blocks which take is as follows combed it colors are fixed to a cyl Â¬ thqdifferent inder of larsre diameter and each Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Dr Sprues A block receives the supply of colored fiumphysician can prescribe is onOttospackage tho Balsam The Formula Very pleasant it and as the cylin Â¬ Cures your Cough In a day Large tlzo bottlesto ink intended for take Children cry for it der revolves the ink on each block is Prtco2Scand50c Use Dr transferred to a composition roller For a Beautiful Complexion Powder Carletsdts German Liver very similar to an ordinary inking Forsale by roller After all the colors have been Auderaon Fowler transferred to this roller each in its Many a man has been won by proper position an engraved block kindness Can Dewey be saved or form follows arid receives a perÂ¬ fect Impression from the composition If you eat wihout appetite you roller Thus impressed the form need Pricks AsuBittebS It prompt passes on and comes in contact with ly removeH irhriuritieH tliHt clofr aud impede the action the paper on the impression cylinder orguns creates good of the digehtive appetite and di where it prints all the colors at one geBtiou strength of bo ly and activity operation The whole of these various of brain transfers are performed during one The St Louis burglar will not revolution of the cylinder auto comes While the block passes under the ride a bicycle when inking rollers the latter are at the Dont Ite Imputed Upon proper time lowered by a sjstem of Always insist ou getting Foteys cams so as to come into contact with Honey aud Tar its it is postively nb the blocks which they are intended to soiutely and uuqualifiediy the best medicine Accept no substi ink The number of colors that can cough Forsdleby Audeison Fowler tute be used is only limited by the num Â¬ ber of blocks and the size of the ma- Â¬ Whatti pity Paty de Clam hasnt COLOR PRINTING MACHINE Walling TQw H TJE GREAT 9 Umi Through Trunk between the citieaof Cjttcttu-fitiLsxingtdnLou-vllc kc EvansviJle St And ihocltlojiof Louij Masn4Vie 4Inthe Kmciy AND ivj Memphis trout ootje an lNew 1 3 uzLffidSk bfKIJ LUIVALKU fl Te Pullman Palace Gars for Atlanta Savanah Macon Jackson- Â¬ ville and pomt in Florida s Connections aro made at Guthrie and Nashville for all points North East South and West In Pullman Palace Cars EMIGRANTS C this road will receive speciallowratea See agents of this company for rates routes o or wrileto riSrs P Louisville P Atmobe Or T A Announcements CD i 1 Eal fl W9 Cen- - TOURIST RATE Illinois til September 30 1899 now has on and will con- Â¬ tinue the same un chine All the operationsgo on con- Â¬ tinuously as the cylinder revolves in one direction only The number of finished impressions is stated to be about 1000 per hour The machine was originally designed for the Rus- Â¬ d sian government to print patterns for bank notes and it appears to he well adapted for this purpose We understand that the Russian au- Â¬ thorities have 32 of these machines at work in St Petersburg on their nqw issue of paper money and also pro- Â¬ ducing bank notes for the Chinese government Engineering multi-colore- sons and goes Into your blood and then yon are Uable to almost any disease the human svsteni In heir to Use Pr Carlstcts German Liver Powder aud watch the results Yon will feel the good effects after taking one dose Give it a trial and bo convinced Price 25c round trip summer tourist tickets from points on its lines in the South to a large list of summer been known by his alias from the resorts in the North Its fast double first daily Borvice to St Louis Chicago Cincinnati and Louisville enables one DIGEST YOUR FOOD Ninety per cent of all sickness Is cansed tn to reach quickly and comfortably the food not being properly digested it creates poi mountain reHorts of Virginimfc Mhe vvhito Mountains nd England the Thousand Islands the lake aud forest reports of Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota the Hot Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Springs of Arkausap the Yellowstone Your Cough Just the Medicine Park or the rpsorts of Colorado for Children For sale by Tick ts and full information as to rates i i connection with the above Anderson Fowler can b i had of ageuts of the Central rjfe Hobson has diyers reasons for and ctnnet nfr linep thinking the sunken Spanish ships Wm Mkrbay DJv PassARt NewOrJins - u aiohMv ift Agent ClncilfflUtl can be raised Jso Scott Dly Pbm Agent Memphis Bean the Seasidelffew SAVED MBJt SOCIAL STATUS O X 8 Of Course No AMATEUR ATHLETICS A Comparison of English True Lady Would Ever Earn Her Own Living A O 38 1 j3l A Kind You Haro Always Bcight HranonG lit pa go I A WKellondAG Lonlsvllle p4 and American Sporting Ethics Give us a call when you need anything in our line It is an irreparable sinln English eys for an American athlete to attend his own athletic club training table for a couple of weeks but the Eng- Â¬ lishman may be brought across the Atlantic boarded and lodged for six weeks transported by rail over the country and continuously enter- Â¬ tained all at the expense of Amer- Â¬ icans and his amateur status re- Â¬ mains unquestioned When Yale went to London to meet Oiford Yale men footed the bill Harvard men are paying by sub- Â¬ scription the expense of the present trip When English cricket elevens come to Philadelphia Philadel phians meet the deficit when the Cambridge university track team came to Xew York a few years ago to meet Yale Yale men made good the The young woman who went to town frequently and came back late for dinner looking tired and white and cross was said to write pieces for newspapers The young woman who had known her in town and never suspected her of bread winning de fended her I am quite sure she doesnt she said stabbing her em- Â¬ broidery viciously with her fine She knows a great many needle very nice people and I never heard from any of them that she did any- Â¬ rue Alamo QCapt Carter says what everybody knew that he is not the only bad egg in the basket SahAntonO Ill s turril sufferers will use B inner Salve If according todireutiouB h positive cure will in worst case Guaran Â¬ teed 2 police rult Sold i bv Anderbon Fowler With an increase of Democratic pay rolls how are Repub- Â¬ lican pay rolls to be stuffed SUouisSan FranciscoRfi THROUGH CAR ROUTE BETWEEN DAGG- RICHARDS HOPKINSVILLE KY The hetilllig properties of Banner thing Salve are truly tutrveous It is a But Ive seen her writing per Â¬ thorough antiseptic nud all sisted tho oldest inhabitant of the WoiimlH Cuts aud Bums without breeziest corner of the piazza She leaving a scar ForKitle hy Anderson Fonl r uses big pads of yellow paper and ht-al- - f SPRINGFIELD PITTSBURG JOPLIN WICHITA MONUMENTSThe White Bronze Monument beautiful iu deeigu appropriate in color never tarnishes chips or cracks and science in its long search for something that would stand the frost of this climate for monumental purposes has at last found it hi the White Bronze It fills every wish It id a beauty to behold It will pprpetuale the mem ory of loved oues that future gener ationb may bestow those little acts of kindness upon the graveB after we have gone to our reward mmmini VF E J Murphey Also Agent for Agt g Pembroke Ky Co t Planters Insurance Cheapest Jtpllublo Insurance pxtnut 1350 jipiMSS tf I M1 tytt V 77 h A HrWKBaSmBsE hm1 TTi u is x it if THIS STOVE IS SIZE No B wquvv loin uxxixi Incbesi made trom beit pt I run extra laraa Hue heary cover cut center beavy Inlnp and prrotfia nickeled oven ehelf alntnlnlna 1noil even dfiriru handcome nickel plated omomentn and trlintntngtf writes only on one side of a sheet Now she wouldnt he apt to write to her friends that way would she No I dont suppose she would admitted the champion of the woman who went to town frequently But cost even if she does write I am sure quite i The American always pays his own sure thatshe doesnt get paid for it way in full wherever he goes and And thus the social status of the honor to him for it The Englishman Pinetree hotel was saved N Y in his athletic relations with Amer- Â¬ Commercial Advertiser ica has never yet done so HIS FIRST BATH KILLED HIM HaVf -- rtfs 0 All this is not to indorse the Eng- Â¬ lish and American policy of permit- Â¬ Scotch Angler Died Forty Minutes After a Sponging ting undergraduates to eat at athletic club training tables on the contrary Many physicians assert in opposi- Â¬ I am irreconcilably opposed to col- Â¬ tion to the sentiment of tho best so- Â¬ lege men representing athletic clubs ciety that frequent bathing is neith- Â¬ at all during their undergraduate er necessary nor healthful fib- aVNU life but I am aweary of this period- Â¬ This attitude derives support from ical English abasement of American a case reported from Scotland Tho athletic methods and parade of Eng- Â¬ death has just occurred at Glasgow of lish virtue when in point of fact a noted Scotch character named n J things are permitted in England Michael Brown who for years made a tifi that would not be tolerated in Amer-Â¬ bare living as a professional angler ifV ica And nowhere in the world has on the Clyde and died in a poorhouse amateur sport such zealous cham-Â¬ He hated the sight of soap and wa- Â¬ pions or universities such careful su- Â¬ ter and except when by accident he pervision of undergraduate sport as fell or was pushed into theriyer when in the United States Casper Whit1 angling had not washed for years noy in Harpers Weekly When removed to tho workhouse he v protested that if tho officials washed a Pretty Table Makes SEhD ONE DOLLAR Cut this d outanurond him he would die in a quarter of an til lift jiml wc 1SO dodiiI bljfbrrlii Will tend thin our The latest ornamentation for the hour They spared him tho ordeal llecrolr Cl cad Uoo1 tuli fitate to any address anywhere cast of the Kocky Monntaliu by dining room table is a dish of ijellyin of an ordinary bath but as ho was as You ran exrrtljlittOIubJectlQeianllon amine It at your frclRht depot end If found the midst of which are three or four perfectly satisfactory and Lefrclcil tliirkar black as a negro sponged him gently rsln vouerersaworhcinlof payHinfrrlxlilmnit small electric lights The effect is In 40 minutes he died from bron- Â¬ QUH SPCIIL OPFEU PHIC 51350 lss the tlWeenc with oifrorflIJlfrlrhi pleasing and picturesque chitis it is alleged rlinfreltrljtaverajef aboiittlWforevery60iiiiiletij EUREKASPRINGS PARIS FT SMITH DALLAS SAN ANTONIO HOUSTON tj fl j The majority have no other rea- Â¬ son for their opinions than that they are the fashion Johnson A man talks about owning his business But as a matter of farct his business owns him JUs whole life is regulated by the demand of the business The time at which he rises his breakfast hour the time given to meals are alt determined by business obligations He rushes through lunch because be cant spare the time from business to eat leisurely He wont take a rest because he is needed at the store or office He is in fact an absolute slave to business The results which follow this slavery are to be seen on every hand Men dyspep tic irritable nervous with drawn faces and hollow eyes sit at the desk or stand behind the counter until they collapse id a fit of sickness or are taken away by heart failure Those who cannot escape the exac- Â¬ tions ot business will find a friend in Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ covery Itstrengthensthe stomach increases the action of the bloodl making glands increasing the vit-Â¬ ality and physical vigor It makes men strong and prevents those bus- Â¬ iness break downs so often termi- Â¬ No nation can be destroyed while it possesses a good home life Holr galveston Tn GEO YVuirviOT tmitF mm with Pullman Sleepers SolIdVeitibuIed Harvey Dining Mails and Reclining Chair Cut S Maps time tables and full Information furnished upon application to W C HElYULE Tiav PanV Agent ST LOUIS MO WAl w T T JICHOLSOI Genl Pawr Agent 8T LOUIS MO J V T 1 0 ri wmzk 5v KoS naaaan 1DOU HI nate fatally II mmtw land Everybody Sayn So tu i ftnd we furnlfh FRHK an extra wood uratemakW1 iSHSrafciW rblitiflflMCBiMK u yryM 7t VJilt7r Jt Tl is5 Jiii Mtuco iu vuriiDiuviii rauivfiuiniiuii jSptcltl eiotr oulmrnnmHrdfrYotr piirituKo --- tiM CCllUXTEIf withvervtiTeand mift iiim Addrefts f I Cascarofs Candy Cathartic tho most wonderful medical discovery of the age pleasant and refreshing to McKinleys Old Bible the ta9te ae gently and positively on Big Prize Offered kidneys Ijyer and bowels cleaning Upon President McKinleys desk The president of a large telephone the entire system dispel coldB curd in the yiute house lies the system has offered to pay 1000000 headache fever habitual constipation Please buy and Bihle given him by his father- for a telephone repeater which would and biliousness when he first went away from his be as efficient m telephony as the tele- - cry a box of 0 0 G to day 1Q 25 y u so cents boiq and sruaranteed to norat ed mm 2THR0UGH VESTIBULED TRASHSDAILY THROUGHSLEE llfmUjUgglB -- s PINBaBUFfET CARS FROM NEWOHHANSv u ii i NASHVILLE 1 CHICAGO ill Lti lui r ihtTki vt n Vf-- V AA i m X V7 ivjunitinuiynrr4 MP ns PJEFpRIElGM DnnilLrlAN05 NA5HVILLEJENH i lift- i iiiMjr i t- K Svrvr fi tJll tfV- - fi I badblood Is because their Xiver and Kidneys are sluggish and fail to carry off the waste matter When this happens the blood is poisoned and disease sets To keep your blood pure take MANY peoplehave i nut nil tend to ni wlik lOU ascl w will enil ouini hi LOB OKUiXbj freight C O D XUt IHlROTUD ACKK qlKKX u tualaa IU ou cm cwmlne It at Tour nearest freight dopot and SEND US OWE DOLLAR i Vi lill ZiA vravi3 fL Sft Ityoa nnd It exactly 1OOlSIoootMfrreatettTaluyottTertawndfarbtUrthan IS OUR SPECIAL Koch rtprnte0 equal toorean that retail at ilWKti Ti Atibjy T js S3175 dbyotbr THE iihown 90 DAVS PRICE iSSUSS IfflP lMtll4lJ Awi s 1113 rYi All QUEEN JtmSnMevermadrromtUolllUrtmloa i which U emtraroil direct rroni a pnowerji MOgoTromaona idea of iuberatlfal apptaraatt iorae inur 1 an offer was liOTcr mado Utora Ww 3 kt5 fa unni cieans L a quick relief and sure cure for disorders of the Liver Kidneys and Bladder Thousands use it in ftp sprang especially Your drugfeist has it Only 100 a bottle THE DR JHMCLEAN ST LOUIS THE AMERICAN FLAG FIoiv It Wan FIravt Ralaed on a Cnu- lured Spanlih Fortification at Dnlqnlrl Cuba MEDICINE CO MO For sale by C K 7ilt Druggist Illinois Central OP INTEKEST TO R R STOCKHOLDERS Free Transportation to Attend tlio Auuuol Meeting at Chicago r The Board of Directors of the Illinois Central Bailroad Company Qt a meeting held July 21 1897 adopted the following preamble and resolution To the end that the stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Com 4jany may moro leadily attend in person the annual meetings of stock- Â¬ holders which the by laws require to be held in Chicago on the last Wednesday iu September in each year be it Resolved That until the further order of this board there may be is sued to each holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of the Illi- Â¬ nois Central Railroad Company as registered on the books of the Com pany a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois PtraijRailroad nearest to his or her iregiawkgd address to Chicago anl return for the purpose of attending in person the meetings of stockholders Such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the four days immediately preceding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped inthe presidents office These tick ets vJi now be countersigned and stamped in the office of W G Bruen Such Assistant Secretary Chicago jacket may be obtained by any reg raftered holder of stock on application UsSwrittug to the president of the Edch applica Company in Chicago tion must state the full uatne and address of the stockholder exactly as given in his or her certificate of stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will bq carried free in respect to any one holding of stock as regis tered on the books of the Company By order of the board of directors Juno 22 1898 tuo united states trans port Yucatan found herself lying off the little coto and village of Daiquiri Culm Khn wan lnndel wjth twO squad Â¬ rons eight troops of the First United States volunteer cavalry of which regi ment I was tho surgeon four compa- Â¬ nies of regular infantry and baggage rations and ammunition for these troops We were all eagerly watching the notions of half a dozen that scattered along a few hundred yards from shore were pounding away with rapid fire guns at every object on the beach that might be suspected of har Â¬ boring a soldier of Spain Two hoUrs of this work satisfied the naval officers that no very obstinate op- Â¬ position would be made to the landing of tho troops and then wo began to disembark Cols Wood and Roosevelt and I were through the help of the commanding Â¬ Â¬ men-of-wnr -- Dr Ilenry La Motte formerly major and surgeon to tho regiment continues in tho St Nicholas his story of the rough riders and describes the first raising of tho American nag above n captured Spanish fortiflacation At eight oclock on the morning of j thought of hoisting our flag on that but there were no halyards rove to hoist the flag by though there was plenty of line lying nbout As neither IMntt nor Wright could climb 1 took off my shoes nud gaiters nnd swarmed up the pole enrrjing the line with me Great was my disappointment on getting near the top to see that there was no block or pulley throurrh which I could reeve the line a Spanish flag had been flown but it hnd been nailed to the pole and they had left it flying night and day until it whipped to pieces As I started down the pole Piatt un vrOuHutli0iiufr TiTiustninllny up on one corner of the breastworks waved it violently in the air Its appearance was tho signal for a great demonstra tionon the part of the fleet Nearly every ship blew her whistle and the cheers of tho men were iieard even nbove this vast tootingf Ordering Piatt who had stolen my thunder by first showing the flag to come help me by means of a pole plnccd against the building 1 now climbed up to the roof of the fortin Piatt from the Inside with a crowbar broke a hole through the very apex of tho roof and Sergt Wright passing me the ensign I hoisted the United States flag over the first Spanish forti- Â¬ fication wo had captured I Â¬ Â¬ man to take frequent outdoor exercise In lieu of a life spent partly In the woods and on the water a man must find some kind of medicine to tone up and invigorate him and incite the vital organs of his body to the faithful performance of their normal functions Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the only thoroughly effective medicine for this purpose Its principal action is upon the organs that feed the blood the stomach the large intestines and the Hvei It facilitates the flow of the di Â¬ gestive juices in the stomach and the production of healthy chyle in large quan- Â¬ tities in the large intestines It invigorates the liver and purifies and enriches the blood When the blood Is rich and pure the old inert tissues throughout the body are torn down and replaced by new and healthy flesh tissues and nerve fibers If a mans blood is filled with the rich pure elements of health he can get along with a scanty amount of exercise Disease germs can gain no foothold in his system I had catarrh for several years and then the grip and also had a hemorrhage from the lungs writes Mr T I P Browu of Sands I had the best medical Watauga Co N C attention but it could bring only partial relief I had more hemorrhages I took twenty five or thirty botUes of medicines but continued to have I commenced taking Dr spells of bleeding Pierces Golden Medical Discovery ana Dr I used eight bottles Sages Catarrh Remedy and have been able to do any kind of labor for more than twelve months I owe my life to Dr Pierces medicines Men who go out fishing In an open boat in the midst of a blinding storm and enjoy it must be strong and healthy and arc pretty sure to live to n ripe old age Un- Â¬ fortunately the rush and hurry of modern business life will not permit the average IBOSBtyle Ilh lnha Tnnir23 alncilC9 Blapaaon follows SM poonda contain 4 latnll nopvramona jteiixiia wrnw Principal Dolelana and Toi Hi TrtUa Coupltv Dlapaiun t orla Print ipal 4 Sail i 2 Oetaa looplrri 1 Tnr Swrlll Grand Orjangwall JrfliMlralInaafwoalrrrip1ualllynaelIBtoI3 LC Jiira nrllllaat 1 SalofSJ Chrmlnsl aMtJlalodla Il4RIhMtloSinroihPlapaoarUadalStor Ol of nrf Ntaan Z rjeailar Jieitaioaa rnncip ucnii iwa THE intIC nilCCII action consist of tho celebrated Fltca ujwiI Hit A U lilt UUtLII Sen I Htadi which are onl used lljrflWfrtl In tho hlchest erado Instrument Wfo fitted with Ham uoadConpltraand oi llumaaa also bent Dolta felts leathei s Himi Trzt ttt oeiiowsor mo oestruDui nm ptrireiiu bhh anu linen leauierui iwoa inu Mimc nnlshedwithalBxllbOTeled plate Trench mirror nlok niratnx1l fi amejatiderervmodernlmDroreraent V f t UMlbli t JiKK a handsome organ stool and the bestorgan MSilk instruction hoot puousnea BLrti--L5- OuartorSaWed OaK tUndornamentedlotest I44 - it lrr vr rrtmmtmlalUll4B13 rr j t 1 1 llni I 1 9 I II vv vkei IIi tVMKra ItntUuFH Orranvro Issue a written binding guarantee by the terms and conditions ot which If any nnrt rlres out wo repair It free of charee Trr lion manik and we will refund your money If you arenotf orgaaa w CUARANTEEPS5 YEARS M year WMMmSSki IMMMSJ 1 wiSiC5i perfectly satisfied 603 of time --5WLVi 21111 Order alaace Dsntdelar 55 Ht aiViOUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED ITS not dealt with us ask yonr neighbor about uj write tho pulillaher of this papar or Metropolitan National Bank hatlonal Dank of the Itepuhllc or llanlc of Commerce Chicago or German Eichanre r any railroad or express company in Chicago ne baa a capital of oitr Ii0ol0 00 ociiip enr blocks in Chicago and employ orerSOOpeople In our own bulldlnir WKSrJ eat hiilne ka t DO sad apt also ocrjthlng In musical Instruments at lowet wholcsalo npillisos Address tnccial orran piano and musical Instrument catalogue CO Inc Fulton DesolalnejandWaymanSts CKiCAC SEARS OROEBUCK TZZtoiir il R 3fessa a fcS tlil iraiMrMJblafaiTKiYn WjLSsk For Sale by R JtaWsMaWsaaMMBMMaa C Hardwick Drugfgist API CHILDS PLAYHOUSE it la Unlit In Section Pat Up In und Can Entirely Different Vay He is absolutely necessary to young man or young woman who would win pucce s in life This mg conceded it in of first importance to get your training ht the school hat Strind in the very front rank The Bryant Stratton Business College Louisville Ky ICook Keeping Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in v rite for a bey utif ul book giving testimohis line liortliaucl nial from graduates occupying prominent positions nli over the United State it wil be mailfdtoyou free Telegrapliy IU hLm3 EDUCATION manufactured N E WOOD A M M D President There is really no reason nowadays Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute why children should not have play- Â¬ uiuaaauo Avenue Chicago III houses of their own for portable struc- Â¬ 8tabllshed In Chicago over twenty years for lawn nnd garden use are Regularly chartered under act of IlUnoU tures LEST yj AS R All AT UISVIl WEP1 BOUNi LOUIS Mo 53 TES Dn 7 IA a tr i I HOISTING OF THE FLAG A G Secretary The next annual meeting of the stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the office of the Company in Chioaero on Wednesday September 27 1899 at noon For theVmrpose of this meet iug the Stock Transfer Books will be closed from the close of business on September 12th to the morning of September 28th Hackstaff officer of the Vixen allowed to land before our turn Perhaps not more than a thousand men had then landed Gen Wheeler was already on shore and to Col Wood he at once assigned a camp ground which our colonels proceeded to make ready 1 carlstedts i German Liver Powder Cures INDIGESTION The entering wedge for ijP1 nearly all Diseases the human system is heir to Price 25 Cents For Sale b Anderson owler FURRED P ROCKS Pen headed by a magnificent cockerel with Borne extra fine EOS 1 PER 15 at 100 iu any number wanted This is the last year I sell eggs Ky l K KOOMAN M13AOHAM U pklnsvllle Havb Yoob PnoTOOBAras Made At WlBKANI U si No 580 un i u fourth a aa at T Avenue - SIMM a Hk v t list j When I first saw him Gen Wheelerwas lamenting that so far no American flag had beenbrought ashore Now I hnd noticed that among tho various articles carried by the orderly trum- Â¬ peter who had landed iu the boat with me was tho silk flag of our Arizona ElUUUlUUi lb J1UU UCCii jJtLOCULCU UJ mr the ladles of Phoenix Ariz was t beautiful piece of silk and very gaylj yT Being in t decorated with ribbons long canvas cover with some tent- enuipnere its character had not been I discovered I reported to the general that I was sure one of our flags had come ashore nnd offered to send it to him lie said he merely wished to plant it in a conspicuous place as a matter of sentiment and to cheer up the men who had not yet been able to leave the ships Unvng no real duties at this time 1 volunteered to take this flag and plant it upon the blockhouse or fortin as it is called by the Spaniards which crowns the steep hill to the eastward overl6oking the little town The gen- Â¬ AN IDEAL PLAYHOUSE eral accepted my offer nnd after having found the flag nnd told the orderly blinds and screens for doors and win- Â¬ trumpeter to carry it I started up the dows Tho gable ends of this house under the roof are shingled the side steep side of the hill An Infantry sergeant named Wright walls arc of matched pine as is also the seeing us start into the bushes alone floor which is mnde in two sections offered to go along as guard Wright i This house can be put up and taken carried his rifle and IMntt the 01 deny down in n few minutes All sorts of furniture in suitable trumpeter und 1 relieved each other small sizes can be bought for the fur- carrying tho flag which with its pole houses Including and trimmings was quite heavy It nlshing of theseand settees and vnrl- chairs and tables took us about half an hour to climb in wood and in wick- the hill AH the way up we encountered ous other articles little desks and erwork handsome pieces of shells traces of the navys everjthing needed for parlor or library work of the morning and in two cases or dining room and there can be entire shells both lying near the trail bought for kitchen and other uses the which ran zigzag up the hill At the most complete outfits including stoves top we found the well mnde wooden of the most modern description nnd blockhouse In the center of a quad equipped vvlth every sort ot cooking rangle made by stone breastworks utensil and there can be hnd also little Preparations had been begun to lay washing machines and ironing boards out rather extensive defensive works and so on here but the Spaniards had evidently The playhouse in fact whether It be abandoned their project with great of one room or more can be furnished suddenness for tools of all descriptions as corppletely as a house of ordinary were scattered nbout Little pegs with size Cincinnati Commercial Tribune tape stretched between them pieces of paper with rough drawings pencils The Tides of Soutlinmpton drinking cupd cans and tin plates Southampton England has the most showed that something had caused unique and unnatural feature of any these workmen to quit very soon after seaport In the world that is the ex breakfast and the nice little round traordinary phenomenon of double holes In the sides of the iorfin sug Â¬ tides In other words t has four tides gested the reason a day To this valunblepossesian and There vns a huge flagstaff at one the admirably sheltered harbor it en corner Of the quadripole and 1 at once ftlrely pvves ita ppsjtjon i r A W 4t i ii IM I has also a lock and key These houses arc built in sections nnd they can bo put up in different ways that is they can be set up with the door in the front nnd the window in one end of the house or they can be set up with both the door and the win Â¬ dow in front the sections are inter- Â¬ changeable There Is provided for use with the house a veranda roof which is made in sections of the same width as the sec tions of the house Itself so that these veranda sections can be put up to gether making a continuous veranda along one side of the house or they can bo put up one over a door and one over a window There are made also for use with these playhouses if desired outside this sort is six feet four inches wide nine feet six inches long and eight feet nine inches tall from the This floor to tho point of tho gable house has one door and one window The window is divided vertically in the middle the two halves opening back on hinges at the side edges The door has a glazed sash in Its upper part and it One house of Legislature Capital fuUy paid SIOOOOO The oldest largest most reUablo and suc Â¬ cessful Medical Institute In the U S Private rooms for Patients with facilities for any emergency X Kay Microscopical nnd Urlscoplcal Examinations are made In all cases whenever diagnosis Is doubtful Write for freo Book on Deformities and Unices Club Feet Curvature of the Spine Hronchltls Catarrh Cancer Tumors llles Paralysis Epilepsy Kidney JUadder Eyo Ear Skin nnd Blood Diseases and all Sur- Â¬ gical Operations Best facilities apparatus and remedies for the successful treatment and care of all Obscure or Chronic Diseases We absolutely guarantee to care every case of Nervous DeblUty and diseases re- Â¬ sulting from abases nnd Indiscretions of Youth and Manhood Spermatorrhoea Sem- Â¬ inal Weakness night losses and vital drain In urine Irapotency Varicocele Hydro Â¬ cele Strlctnro Phimosis etc etc Charges Reasonable No Incurable cases accepted No O O D or deposit schemes Failure Is unknown toast 10000 testimonial letters on file from cured patients Many cured at home Consultation freo nnd confidential personally or by letter Write as to day 100 page Book on all Chronic and Surgical Diseases and list of 130 questions sent free Dalv o 5 All The Local aNews Nation LvLoulBVllle West Point Brandenbni g IrvInRton Bttphensport Cloverport Haw esvllle LewUport Owensboro Spotsvllle Ar Henderson KA8TB8UND 1131 p 11 65 8 30 p m 7 29pm 7 66 p m 8 20 p m 8 63 p m 9 18 p m 9 44 p m 10 08 p m 10 48 WORTH READING pm 62 p 9 a rr 9 40 a rr rx 10 18 10 3S a m 11 06 rr 11 28 i m 12 07 pm m 12 41 pm m 1 16 p m StOaa 14 State and WILL BE FOUND IN THE KENTUCKIAN AND THE- No Dally am am No 6 2 56 8 16 3 55 4 31 5 5 6 6 17 35 10 89 7 10 8 00 Dalj p re p rr p ro p rr p rr p rr SpotUvllle Owensboro Lewlsport Hawesrllle Cloverport Stephenaport Irvfngton Brandenburg West Point ArLonlsvllle Lt Henderson 8 27 9 07 720am 7 43am pre pre irer We have arranged a Clubbing Rate oy waica we can givp 9 80am 9 57 a m 10 18 a m 11 00 a m 11 28 a m 12 05 p m 1 0C p m 453prr p it p rr Both Papers One Year for 225 Regular price for Both is 300 We save you geuerous part of this sum Send or bring your cash with orde to the For tarther information address A H G Mobduh A G P Louisville Kt or WLMills Owensboro Kv xtfGffjXfmyfije KENTUCKIA1N Hopkixisville ClT THIS ID OUT and send to us state your wfifat and ktlfht also number inches around body at bait and and we will send this Beautiful riuah Cap to tou bv emress t 0 D anbOFtl lo i oucan smlaalloa examine and try lt on at your nearest expres office and lt round perfectly THE XjLROp THRICE-A-WEEK c RAILY EDITION SEND MONEY NO na I TIME TABLE Effective June iS 1899 R 11 mfh I J America We oiler this unequaed newspaper and the Kentookian toseihtr one year for 250 Tbe regular subscription price or the two papers is 5300 No 3 10 Nn 802 No 144 PRACTICALLY A DAIlY AT THE dally dly an dally 50 am 20pm i 30 pm lv Hopklnsrllle PRICE OF A WEEKLY 05 a m 8 55 p m 6 to pm r rrinceioii satisfactory ei 9 16 m 5 50 p m tr Iaducau actly as rpre nt1 ana ma muil To 0 a m 7 25 p m The striking und important events vr Henderson WONDERFUL 10 a in 8 15 p m VAUJyoueTer of the labt year have ebtublibbed tbe vrEvanavll e saw or heard of pa the as overwhelming value of The Thrice a r Louisville l25pm mi aa tai UUK Week World to every reader For au PECIAl OFFCR JiCt S403 rraln nominal sum it bas kept its rrnin 311 dnllv au arat llopklnsvllle Oinam almost ana express 3U daily ar at Hopkln vlIIe 2 05pm charges iprt subscribers informed of the progress pralr 3 U dully ac ar at HopktnsvllleS4ip m tbarsaa will atarara SO l 7S E M SKKRnoobAgt erall far 1000 nllea HopMusvllleKy and moreover has re of all our warB W A KEMOXn A iP A Louisville Ky This Circular Plush Cape iVuMmadofnn ported them as promptly and fully as Balfa seal Iluh 2u inches lonir cut full sweep lined With our intervere a daily if it ery thrniiirhnii teiri v Riiki hi fL bloeorrcd elaborately embroidered with aoalathe braid and black N TIME TABLfc ests btill extending throughout the L beading as illustrated Trtmmed all around with extra fine lllstk Tblbl Fur heaTlly interlined with wadding world with our troops operating ii TRAINS SOUTH rllearfre4laat latalosae adore the Philippines and the great Presi No 55 Hopkinsvillo Ac 615 a m and fiber chamnl CHICAGO SEARS ROEBUCK COreliable Laltor i bran HoebueL ito are tboroutlily dential campaign too at band its No 63 Fast Line 600 a m value is furtbei increased Bl Fast Mail f27 p m The motto of the Trioe a Week No 91 N O Limited 208 d i W W World is improvement It Btrives No TRAINS NOBTH each year to be better than it waB tho t ARTISTS oo year before and the public conG jno 92 Chicago Limited nhn p m T0N80RIAL dence in it is shown by the fact that No 52 StLouExmail 945 a m WEST SEVENTH STBEET ELB BUILDING 30 p in it now circulates more than twine as No f6 Hopkinsville Ac Clean towels and everything firsh many paper every week as anv other No M Fast Line 1024 p m newspaper not a daily published in Nashville Accommodation does not run on Givfl us a call CO Â¬ 1 GRAY anila nilutf have hrough OhirftKO Mcirih bound St Louis and Chicago Kasl trains solid and dleeperi ana Mt Louts only at Important statloni nt Lnr stopsHas hrough Pullman sleeporneaingx i tnai to j Brick J MADiM8AKeni CHAS R LEWIS Encaustic Tile Artifcial Stone CONTKACTOH WANTED AN IDEAiyiSSSiffifiS thine to patent Protect youridcas they ma7 hrinir von wealth Write JOHN YTEDDBIV CO Patent Attorneys Washington BURN Ji for their Si 600 prlzo oiler C aretheimostfatal v of all All aiuds of Brick Woik Encaustics Flot rs Elo meuta Stone Stepb All kiuds of Job Work Summer Excursion Rates Commencing Mav 15th ami con tinuing until Sept 30th the Illinoit Central R R will sell rond trip tickets as follows 80o Cerulean Spriuga 170 DawBOA Springs 825 Jiittendeu Springs 580 Grayson Spriug8 Return limit 90 tays from uate of sa e out noi to exceoa uor qibv diseases FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE a GUARANTEED remedy or money refunded ConÂ¬ tains remedies recognized by all eminent physiciann as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles Jor sale bj Price soc and Sioo AutlerBoq Tile Utu ths 8tune la e Sillb Etc in my line properly and promptly attended to such aa Grates Flues and Chimneys OLD DANK ltUILDlNC Telephone 129 3 Hopkinsvillc Ky 4 BUGGY WHEELS slItrKXS PATENT tlreJ am ii in 1 1 in other buM nemni 3X14 In oFor any or ii Spoked 1J 1B or slses send for catalogue Cut this ad out and send to us with ONE DOLLAR ktata size wheel wantodandwewlllsend them by freight c t U KXAMIHK TI1KS at your freight depot and then sr fralskt IIIGHGIUDE 690 Fowlor 8EARSROEBU0KCOaUcCHICA0OILL astbalaaeSalM4nd freiirht ehanrea jf1w t ttc2 V- - Mhh STRONGER MARKET 4-- larczmmi ttttttciiuni rwsao i3 ifcfcm Cl V lain J K i RoVAL Powder soluieevIPure BOVAt BAKSNa Rejections Smaller Than Those of LastWeek The tobacco market this week was somewhat stronger foq all grades than last week andprices obtained were quite satisfactory all along the line Offerings amounted to about three hundred hogsheads and rejections were few The ofti ferings consisted mostly of lugs and low leaf though some very good leaf went to make up the weeks sales Gopd leaf ranged in price from 970 to 8 medium leaf from 750 to 6 snuff lugs from 5 to 350 and common lugs from 350 to 250 Receipts are now growing lighter with each week and will The Season Approaches i Makes the food more delicious and wholesome POWttH CO WEW YORK WHEN r 1 i l K I 1 it paralytic attack This will be gratifying news to many friends in this city Louisville Times Hi TABLE KS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT reliefs the intent itching Jt npothes healB and ciuea crronie cases where Bjirgeons fail It is juo experiment its sales increase through iH cmm Evf ry bottle uarnnleea2 PijteeQ cts in bottlesn Warmer To day Spe- Â¬ Louisville Ky Sept 14 Mrs F M Quarks is very ill to night and Friday cial Fair again this week Warmer Friday Mr W W Ware continues very Chicago Grain Market ill at his home on South Main Special Chicago Sept 14 Mrs Gentry Hillman has re- Â¬ 71 closed turned to her home in Alabama Sept wheat opened at May wheat opened at at 70 Mrs Harry Montgomery of Dec corn Georgetown is visiting 74 closed at 73 her father closed at 28 opened at 28 continue small until the crop of 99 Mr J C Woold ridge Cash wheat 71 y commences to move It is estimated Mr Lee W Campbell of Kansas 60 per cent of the new crop City is visiting his father Esq that HERE AND THERE has been cut and housedand much Alex Campbell- With of it has already been cured Cow and calf for sale Inquire CMrs Claude Berry of Washing another week of good weather for at this office ton DC is the guest of her par- Â¬ outdoor work the remainingportion Young Jersey milk cow for sale ents Mr7and Mrs M A Mason of the crop will be under process of 14 gallons now fresh in December of The Square v firing Inquire here Miss Sallie Rodes and Mary Du Fine bulbs for winter blooming laneytwochanningbellesof Bowling WANTS BIG DAMAGES jKoman hyacinths paper narcissus Green Ky are visiting Mrs Ford Miss Rosalie H Dago L Wilkinson and feesias Alleges That the Conductor Wild Goobo Liniment cures rheu Esq M B King of Church Hill Knocked him off the Cars matism and neuralgia 25c at all returned from Dawson Springs druggists Dr E N Fruit Dentist office over yesterday His health is unim Â¬ Lucian Moore has brought suit City Bank Hopkinsville Ky proved we are sorry to learn aga inst the JJ N Railroad ComFine Watch Repairing Diamond Mrs Geo T HerndDn and daugh- Â¬ pany for 5000 damages He al- Â¬ c Old gold taken in ex ter Miss Joy have returned from Mounting leges in the petition that in May change a visit of two months to relatives in last he got aboard one of the com- Â¬ C Hardwice R Cumberland Court House Virginia panys trains at Kelly for the pur- Â¬ Armstrong and Ducker are well Messrs Landes Allensworth pose of going to Crofton He claims equipped for business They have a new hearse new embalming instru have returned from Cadiz where to have paid his fare and says that ments and everything new in under they had been engaged profession- Â¬ as the tram was nearing Crofton he taking supplies Give us a call 9th ally for several days in Trigg Cir-Â¬ took a position upon the steps in or street der to be ready to alight on arrival cuit Court Account of Street Fair thelllinois of the train at that station He Central R R will sell round trip Mrs Ada Layne has gone to the further alleges that the conductor She markets to buy fall millinery tickets to Henderson on Sept 25th then came up to him and accused and 30th inclusive at rate of one was accompanied by Miss Mary him of stealing a ride and pushed Griffith who will assist in select fare Return limit Oct 1st and knocked him off when the train ing the stock No cure no pay that is the way rate of twenty Mrs Bertha Tate and little was running at the Porters Antiseptic Healing Oil is sold miles an hour He states in the pe- Â¬ Â¬ for Barbed Ware Cuts Burns Scrat- daughter of Cumberland county ches Cracked Heel Saddle Galls Va who have been spending some tition that in consequence he fell with such violence that his hip and Old Sores and all kinds of inflamma tions on man or beast Price 25 time in North Carolina arrived in spine were injured rendering him the city last night on a visit to the centB a cripple for life Mr W N Ducker the oldest and family of Mr Geo Herndon moBt experienced undertaker in KenMrs James Foster and daughter The most delicate conntitution can tucky has associated himself with L Miss Allie D Foster of Padacah safely use CODSENS HONEY OP M Armstrong 9ih street phone 215 It is a who had been visiting the family of TAR coughs sureand pleasant reme 8 rings loss of voice and all dy for FERTILIZER Horse Shoe Judge PolkCanslerandother friendsÂ¬ throat and lung trouble Price 25 Brands sold by Ross A Rogers in the county returned home yes- and 60c R C Hardwick jy office with Osborne Implement Co terday Mr Newton Armstrong xnd wife Virginia St opposite Laynes sta- Â¬ who and daughter of Carmi 111 ble had been visiting the family of Mr WANTED A good experienced all round newspaper man Must W W Stinnett in this city went to spend be strictly sober and reliable and a up to Elkton Tuesday some time with relatives ltN was good printer Address X care Ken Mr Armstrongs first visit here tuckian Hopkinsville Ky since he went west 53 years ago r Account of Emancipation Celebra- Â¬ He left this city the day on which tion the Illinois Central R R will Alonzo Pennington was hanged sell round trip tickets to Henderson on Sept 22nd limited to Sept 23rd Will Organize To Night for return at rate of one fare A meeting wili be held at the A W Pyle the Pioneer Eoiualiner office of attorney F V Zimmer at and undertHker is fully prepared to 730 to night for the purpose of attend to nil calls day or night We have just received a Phone him He carries ns fine fu- organizing a foot ball team All neral goeds as any one in this part of parties interested are invited to at- Â¬ very large assortment of fine the Statt Hhs Lever failed to pre tend Our line of Broadcloths Cakes Biscuits and Crackers serve the 1odies that he ban em Camels Hair Venitian balmed He jives his peroual at lienuiyla llluort Deeptention to undertaking 13 e was first Cloth and Serees are Clean blood means a clodii Pkiu in the Held Mih rubber Urn bearsp CrfBcarets No beauty without it the largest in the city Candy Cathartic clean your blood Lost Uneeda Biscuit Drummers Come and see them and keep it oean by stirring up the One Poland China boar 18 months lazy liver and driving all impurities Lunch Biscuit Shredded Whole oldj no marks Information lead Â¬ from the body Begin to day to ban They are ing to recoveiy will be rewarded by ish pimples boils blotchy black Wheat Biscuit heads and that sickly bilious com R C Thurmond plexion by taking CaFcaret the bounty dainty enough to please Hopkinsville Ky for lci cents All drngiht- - satis CERULEAN CLOSES most fastidious faction guarmteed 10c 25c 50Estray Notice Season Was been a Most Satisfac- Â¬ Taken up as estray Aug 30 near YOM KIPPUR tory One Newstead a black suckling colt Ovvner can get same by paying exWe Have The season at Cerulean has clos- Â¬ pense of keeping and advertising Greatest Jewish Sacred Holiday A M Beauty Ginger Snaps ed and the guest haVe returned to Celebrated Yesterday Followed my wagon to town their respective homes Mr Sam Alex Boulware Uneeda Ginger Wafers Boyd the proprietor has made a Hopkinsville Ky Yesterdav was the tenth day of Cherry Wafers record of which heshouldfeel proud the month Tishri in the Hebrew A bure Tiling For You His hotel has been well filled with Iced Coffee Cake calendar the most important day in A trauBitctiou in which you cannot guests since the opening in June lose is h Kirethiig Biliousness sick the Jewish religion The day is Chimmie Padden and although the time had arrived headache furrul tongue fever pike called Yom Kipper or the day of for closing the season a week ago and a thou HUtl other ills are caused atonement rest fastingand Wafers Fruit prayer by cdnstipiitiun and nluggiah liver many were loath to leave and re- Â¬ of the JewUh btores were closed Charlotte Russe CascaretB Candy Cathartic the won Â¬ All mained until this week The sea- Â¬ derful new livei stimulant and intes from six ocluck p m Wednesday son has been the best for years in Jelly Fingers tinal tonic are by all druggists guar until the correcpondinghourjester- all respects Jt is safe to predictjhat anteed to cure fir money refunded day Chocolate Wafers C C C are a sure thing Trv a box when the opening announcement is to day 10c 25c 50c Sample and made next year there will be a Vanila Wafers WHITES CREAM VEKWIFUGE booklet free Spe our big ad grand rush to this popular health is perfectly IwrmlesHiitjiJ will remove Marshmallow Wafers and pleasure resort In a letter to a Louisville friend every worm n is hiho h 101111 ami properties wu written from Russell ville Dr MR by its strengthening too rORy nue 01 restore to pale oneeus Perry reports that Rev A C Settle health Price 25 cts R C Hardl has about recovered from the recent wick PERSONAL GOSSIP YoMlfJeedl ir 3Z i vw Brill n yv jCJr We are in tJie field this year with the two best drills made f T and Superior the Empire t We have them made with both Hoe and Discs Last year it was impossible to supply t 0 the demand for these drills This year we hope to be prepared but to make sure it would be well to Pttt in your or ders early get yourtdrill i s A - fjj W 1 Y- - li you oraer now you win oe sure We shall be please book your order now and ttr you a trT will not be compelled to take an infe Â¬ rior make of drill We are taking or- Â¬ ders every day for FERTILIZERS Armour Homestead and National Cheap r U Thoug EATING IS A LARGE SUB JEOT YOU OUR These are the best Experience has proven them so We do not have shipped in any fertilizers unless we have orders for w them Call and specify your requirements Very Respectfully fertilizer are worthless BIG STOCK MAY HELP FORBES BRO Such as 2 h 0 IFREE FREE x MoayonSa S i Eor the remainder of this moritlr aU WALLHPAPER bought- o us at 15 cents a roll and oyer 4 3 Iii Sweets will be hung FREE The prices are not advanc Â¬ ed but we have too many nice papers and want you to reap the benefit This is a rare op Â¬ portunity to secure beautiful papers at a small cost rSrtf J THOMPSON S BASSETT Moayons Have the new plaids in the The goods are right LadiesThe price is right Before buying your Trial orders convince H Black Crepon Skirts m m Monuments It is nonsense to believe that you can buy of some ugeiit ad cbsap as you can of your homo shop where you get the best marble and granite at the lowest possible price If yoU will call and see our work and get our priejjjyrou will iind yourself well paid for the trouble Yours truly Jatest crea- Â¬ 1 1 eoopEM nnofnrnq GO I go and see J tions mM f IiV l f Wifk Wholesale Moayonsy ROBT t H BROWN 15 wwv asSMratt