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NUMBER 4 



CHAS. 

TiiKo. K. llAiiii.Ki, IliiiiliH's  Maim((cr 

■UBBOlUPXIoill BATEI. 
()» oepr.oMTMr. •WoOTOMfctoM- 




POWDER 

Absolutely Pure. 

piirltr. •tr.mntti Mnl "'"•"~'!°""."*- j 
«ol Ill ~.m| ' lil'"n • Uhlli'l niuUllu.l* 

ef !..«• -h .rl w. lnbl •'''■»„"' "^ ".Vi'K 
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BUS i:\IESS CARDS. 



FORGY & BELL, 

omcaovBBrLAanB-s bank 
XipMial 



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A. P. Campbell, 

DENTIST, 

HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY. 

OrBHATIMO A afBOtALTT. 

Offioa ov«r U. rrtakel * Son^ 
Dr. J. 1.. 33'6'I.llT. 

.piifsiciiii x°suRe[oii, 

MiDANIEL BLOCK. MfXT DOOR 10 
LANOtI t CLARK. 

HopkiDbvillP, Kentucky. 

Jokafklnd' llory J. »iii«- ' ■ •■""  ■"■ 

ATTORNEYS AT AW 

nOI'KlN3Vn,LE, - • KY. 

win PtmUo. la 111 Um cwu oi *5" *"- 
■KWWtiUk. 

Df.Wm. M.Fu(iua, 

PHYSICIAN 

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SEARGENT&BLAKEY, 

OBcB over rianlcr^ llmik. 

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giVril.llMIOSKt 
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PILES! 



f ITCHING PILES.lS^*^. 

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Hrarna. li. r.., ~. ..! , ^Ulii TorlurM. 

S WAYNE'S, OINTMENT 
'SWAYNE'S OiNtiyiENT 

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raST National Barbei SE8?. 

M- L. YOUNt, Prop.. 

K. MNTll BT. NKAU M.VIN. 

HAIR-CUTTING 

411 dOD« In the I.Ateit Paahlnn RDd HaIIbUo 
Mm OUrUlwd* NotblDK IlUt Al«an tnwnlp 



mnvj u.-IESIv^ CASES 



Tlia Mull Who Ham llto iMi" ImiIUi'ph'X- 
bla la 111;/ HoiillaoM. 
••'Oh. bo'll II liolol deUwtlvi', 1» ho? 
Wi ll, whnl f ill I i'» oal'lll u hoUl 
ilci.Halvcl' Wliai holcli wiint with 
(luti-cUvoii, nnyliow?" 

This ramnrk, mnde In a potuliint 
Uiiio, wiia ultopod 111 thi! corridor ot llio 
IIolTniiui IliiUM) tim ulhur uftoruuun by 
n \Vi'Hl")*ii iimii. who win* im u vliilt lo 
llii. mi-lnipiill-. ;ui.l liuil li 'iMi limkilii; 
111 llii' iirt lr. ii..uiv' ii( 111" ivif.'. Ilu 

I 111 a t'ltlilDliiplumif. wity' the wull- 
dii'anad llUlo mim. with ii Rluiioh hut. 
Willi wiw Icnnliiirnenlniit npl1i  of tninka 
n. iir til" .•lovillor. A (rliMiil •iluiwiii!' 
1 he. W'r h rii lunn Ihr r ij -M . Ii.nl 
liu|ipi.iii-il inuUlonta'ly in iwim. ""i 
I  i'ti i'tivi. JiumiIm iia ons of ths toattiiua 
of II lilK iiioti niHiUtuii hotel. 

Ti'ii iiiluiiiin liitcrtho Woalomorsuw 
ilia Hull' d' k'i'tlre atop up to « WOU- 
fliiMsi'il iiinii 111 II (Ti'imp of Ihr^ who 
li:i l Miiinl. n-il iiilii lli.'iirtifnilcry. 

• I'll liuvo l i iu.lt J 1)11 to move on, 
►ir." Iho duluotivi' l aiil. 

"Who tho diMii: ■ nr.' j iiii? " i;n « li'd 
till. mini, iinirrll.v. "Wli:!! iln .Mm mi'iiii. 
hiiiiir yiHi. Iiy lulUinu' I" tlm! way? " 

"Jiml wliut 1 any, ami I iiitaii il." 
tho Utile man rejillod, uiid»imi..i. 
■'and hero's who I am, and t kiinw 
J nil iii rfi.clly well." 

Til.- lilUo dotccUvo throw oiwn hi" 

i-iitl1 anil hIiiivviiiI IliH |;IUtollill^ ili- 

tiviivi' sliic lil 'I ho wplMreaaed irmn 
I'lil kIiiiiI hia bluator InaUuilIy. and 
wnlki)d()Uii-kly out into llif nlii i l- 

Ilu wiw n local liiiiiUn innn. who had 
rniiiially ilnip|M'il iiili' 111" l""'.''l ''n'" 
Willi t\Mi iMi1-iif-t,".v'n r;-iMii  . '1 lin 
ioiivi ri.ation with lli.i Uulu dolwitlvi' 
animated, but Bui ao loud that 
any liody In Iho «H jflllletJr fOMld iin- 
iliT«laaii H. 'I'll" ("illrlMill ' will) Wlia 
hliimiiii; 111" W "I.I. 111"!- .uiiuiiil Itlli'W 
n iril » II.. up, lliiiau'li. aiiil luniiAt; to 

la- Il 1 iialil. playfully: 

1 li;it'il WIIUI' ir.Miil II Uotol (U'tovtlTe 
la That wna u I'nalliliiai " iiiua Ihut 
bo tnllrod to. May Iw ho'd  »»»• 
cauRht on In yiu If It liailn'l Ixi m (or 
the di'lis'tlvi ' " 

It won an apt illustrntioii iil one of 
tho dutlM of tho hoivl dotoctive. In 
til" marTcloMri iM-rfrctlon of Iho wiiilp- 
ni"nt of a ini'lriipnliinn lint-'l In ih" 
liii-t f"«- yiar. Ihn pilviii.' il"li'":ivi) 
has rnnn» In Ih» nil ;iullr;"'il:'"'»'" il"- 
tail, luid lo-ilay thciv in niil a hot"! in 
town thai painyn any n-Ipd p itmnasfo 
at all that diMv. nnl , inp'.ny ncunnllan, 
who ta oni|Miwi-'i-»"J in ina'co arni.tn if 
ii".-i ■..~ity aris.M  "mi'"l ih" d"trol- 

il". Ill-,' la ,1 '"i.riy ii.v r.i-nl (i'i)i'i 

Ih" piilico Inroti. ttiiil wliOM- salary is 
Kiioranteed by the hotel in uonaidoni- 
liou of the pollowninn'i) oni'limlvi' kopv- 
i,.. ()ri"ii. h.iw"v.r. 111.' i-in'i-lal 
lf„,r.-i.iii- -11" r".,'i.iiil- ii"l - il-''"'-'- 
iv.'H. 'I'liey iiru mtin vvull Iralii'-.l in 
d,'t«!tlvo mnthoda. and oajiiy tho lui- 
atui'o of a and rariud iiL'i|iiainl- 
niicv with tbu faoas of BMtropolitun 
I itsi«lB and the conlltence o|ieraton o! 
tlin rmiiitry 

K -"piiij; ill.- linti'I oli'arof this "lass 
of crunks, liowevor, is only a miiall 
port of tho hotel doteotlTe'i work. 
Uiwn thorn devolves In most oases lli« 
siip. rvlsion nf l.ic poitcr* and hall- 
1)1)1 s. ami all lb" army iil lii-lp thai a 
liijV ("ilham Ino liiw lo omplujr. If a 
In.-^ci liny thing In Iho hotel, or 
i.iiisi.l" of It, either, ho Is si-nt lit nmv 
lo Ih" linlel d.'U'c'tiv" In i-niiMllt iil).mt 
ItK rei'iivi'i-y: uiul if i;liauili"ruiai»l'' nr 
piil-lt'i-i liiiil ai'ti"'.' • lli-il hovo liei;n 
mi^'ni.l 111- l"^l, ll: .V 111-'- eXlK-'Ctcd lo 
brint} them illnji'l l" Hi'' bnli'l detective, 
and he. In turn, bands thnm ovoi to 
tho hotrf proprietor, or lila roproseiito- 
tiv". In In' ili'livei-od lo the own"i'. 

I I il also the dutootlvo's duty I" pm- 
toct his "nip!iiy«»«,'lfo» th« jnint'i-ous 
ami in-niliilont aAkW pe^kjtlpwn a» 
tlie liiili'l beat, and It is duo lo the pros- 
eni'ouf J"l""llv".. in "i.'i-y w"ll-i-"^-ii- 
Intcd olty hot'l, tlmt N -"' VmliJiu- 
ui aniil In lie a »|)')t « li.-i " Uil-i pi'i'iiliar 
;;,.|,li-x .1,11 llirh". 'I'll.i ll.'lly llli"V"l'y 
 if Kiiesls' valiiabli'a has also como In 
be a rarity, una BOWMlVt ^« '"■^■  
nu-iuis, atoppinic at any woll-rozulated 
hnlel. can fe*l us socur.i in it lie w.-r" 
tiiivpllnjf with aprlvai" siutinn liim-. - 
ot his nwa In tow. Mure thin all, hm-.-- 
ever, til" old llin,! hanrint lit victims 
tliat Uunifry Jm- niid lila pall uai'd U) 
tiitlior ti'oni hotel corrldora la i|ll out 
off. 

All lliis llii^ il"t-'"tlvo has to do for 
h" i-"Hiiliir Kiilary. bill li" has Ii-ltU- 
iinaUi pi'r.pilsll'i. TIiks" are 111" 
iiioreor'ioaa liberal feos tint (food- 
Matured oiit.of-lnwncr.i. who want m 
wliiit the life nf a liij: "Ity really is 
iifti-r dark, p.iy for sli-iii.'.'lil lipi on Hi" 
pliieea where llio eUpliiial "euls up 
hia most llambayant imd eUirtlinf 
Bbindius.'' It la worth a liandsomo 
Kiini U) Iho hotel detoetlve who pilots 
a pnrly of atranirar.i throuffli the 
uiiiUiiiiiliniiii" anil m"r« nr lo.sa plot- 

in:, .■ iif iifl -l-Mliirk spL'CtnoleB 

kiiiiwnUilbo oxpeiiiiucel man about 
town.aa "Tha^Wllte.?, S And thor.. are 
few more oxperioneed mon about town 
ilinn your quiek-witlud hotel detective. 

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laoiarMBsr. fitnii'-c«Tit«. Aiki^-.r-iinpii..-. •■ 

rBKM r SHOW Ci SE CO.. Kjahnllla, Tanr 



Female College. 

rallMWlon wUloiii n 4liol'.'*ri!I. ikw. »iii 
a fall lannUy.- Simolal rRli-'" l«i inii'lN iu--.lrlii^ 
loentar IIhoIawii in BlociitMi.. iii"»i'-. Ai- 
anil Ifta nrnUora Lan|UU«i. tiill nl U" clli i. 

"""""" J. W. BTJW. 

llotIl»SVIll».Hl 



:ure: for 



Ftiio*fl Curd for ('tui- 
■aupUun U) iHm tho boul 

Cough ModlcLiic. 

it you hnvo n Ciiuuh 
without dismiss of Iho 
l-iliUT)*, a few ilosOH lire nil 
yon iiuoU. Hut Ifyiia 110- 
gloot tills easy nieiiiis nf 
■dbty tho i.l|.:lit cmu'li 
may boooiu" n K.-ri. u.i 
maiter, ami »"i "r,il but- 
lloa will I," i",[i,i,,Hi. 



CONSUMPTION 



VALUABLE PORCELAINS. 



Iluw t.i yt thi' A I'l r Miil.-niil   I.is.tfl- 

ciillnii "f l i-rainli-,. 

Tlic Mill"" AiU-ii'ii Diiboneho at 
Mniii^'i's is 111,- inusi "iiiaplele. )ierlmp8. 
ill 111" wni-lil (null 1)1" point of vi"W- of 
a hisUii-ieal inusciini iil pntli'i-y. Thu 
seven thnUHaud pieces which It con- 
inlns will onnhle us to form nil Idea of 
the history of iiottery fnitn the enrliiist 
tiliii'B down lo Ihe pi-iiienl day. We will 
take Kiiropi'iiu pottery Brat of all, and 
eoiiBider U from two points of view, 
material and deoorallve. All these 
objects that wn si'i, are clays l;.ik"'l at 
a moro or less intense In-iit, anil for the 
most piii't eovei-eil with a surduw j,'la7.e. 
.•iiiiiii"! ,,r /-/,'. Ill siiiii" lie) pasle 
has ri'iniiiiii'il [Hirous after tho liaUlnp; 
In others llio pasto hos bojomo oom- 
pnct and linperv'ioua to liquids, iind 
even lo the eerntch of a stoel 
pyiiil. 'rerra-eotta. faleiu'e, liiajollcii, 
j;iis, liai'd imreolttln, soft iwroe- 
lain, artiflplalMI'ClrialB-^hanamo and 
"limsos aro ■AAU6UI and thi com- 
poneiil matlen) varlo-.is; Inil tli" 
pheiiuiiienon of which wu si.' th" re 
sells in thfso'ciramio pi-odacla is 
iiii-oii}rli"in iiu'siiino. noinoly.vltrliion- 
lion. The curamie Srt la nn nrt of 
vilriflootion. All clays and marls ac- 
quire by firing a douroo of vitrlflcatlon 



piled to tbom, auil this appllfnii'in of 
heat depends uiwn Ihomnturinls which 
nro used and iipiiii Ihe pi-oilm-l wlili-li 

It la wished lo nlitiiln. 11 mi-o eoni- 

ploto tho illrliicttthiii, the moro 
preulousis tho aspect of the ohjeot. 
'I'ako, fur instanoe. a picoe of g\nu, a 
lili i e of rin'k-erystal and a dliiinnnii; 
plai-e llieni side by ) iil". ami "nlnparo 
tin, threii objeels iiad tho sunsii- 
tions which thoy produce on 
Iho eye. Tho diamond will 
evldeally uive tlie i;reale-it pleasure. 
Wliyi" ili i i iis" it n lli-i-lsmoro lumin- 
ous rays lliiiil i-o -' -i r.isliil nr gliwo, 

I llie eyi- li.'ln;; ni-i;alii.-.,-.l In enjoy 

li(;lil. iveeives ti-oni Hie iliailioad il 
(.Miiiter aonaatlon of iiluasuro. Hut 
by diws Iho dlnmnnil relleet moro 
liiailuous rays than the ntln r two ob- 
jeels? lli'i'iiiis" III" iliiini'iMil is iiim-.i 
coiapiu'l. lam e dense, moi e lioaioueii"- 
oua, uud it is moro homogonooua bo- 
oaiisoit has lii'OutrAnaniut «dstahii;h  
er temperature Now If wo subsiiiiiio 
for those tniiis-ln.'iil oliji'ds eei-aniio 
objeels, we sliiill liinl Hint 111" sellsalinn 
Of pli'iisni" i-iiiivi'y.-i liy tlii'iii to llio 
eyo varies necnrdiiiz as Ihe vili itiea- 
lion of the piece I. moro or less cnm- 
lilete; or, In other words, the hicber 

Ih" 1, inp"iatiin' iil wlili li lb" pl Inii 

been Iraiisiiiiil.-il. Ill" iiior.' iiiiiilo;.;inis 
will iu aspect bo lo Ihut uf u preeinns 
slime. Wo may base our material 
I'lasslllcntlon of rommica on Ihia sei- 
elililic f.iet, end as.lna llieia a t,'i-ail,i 
ai'i-nrdliii;ly, nnd Ibis classilli-iLtion we 
sliiill lind Jusllfied by llie instliielive 

uiid ti'udilloaal pn'rerence of en is- 

Heurs, whocnn Imatrliie iiotbin); liner 
tbaathatold Chinese traii.lucia pon'o- 
laln which mny be compare 1 m jade; 
than that bin.' jiorceliiin wlileb a Chi- 
nese pool lias desel ib'-il as "blue llk'j 
the aky. thin as pajier, brilliant us a 
mirror:" or than that white poroelaia 
of which another Ubincao pojt cele- 
bratoa tbe "plaintive aonnrily." and 
tho "whUonaes aurpnaalnif iIm whit.^ 
neu of «now." - 7'/" •)■/ '   'I'M, t'» 

SNAKE AND STAG. 

One of tli« SIi.«l sjiiaiiliir of Mr. Uarrai* 
ailv«al«r«« la Iniliit. 
Mr. Rorras. In one ol hia tlgor-shoot- 
inir exiioiiitlona la Indlii. had n sintfu- 
liir ndvenlnre ivilli a s.irpent wliieli 
Hiini" of Ills mi'n (o.in l in tin; in-l o( 
swallow-inc u hlnj. Tho front purl nf 
the ruplUu wu tremendously dhitend- 
(A. ao that It toolcef cxnclly like a 
smidl boor-harrcl ivltli -i I"iiu' tall. On 
a nearer iiispccliini It' I" n-l ""ul'l bo 
«",-il proj.'i'lllli,' (m il til" Ibl'.-'l i-nil. 
with 111.' bind fi'c't'.il Ih" -1 ■ tUeUiiig 
onl nf one o.)rnor of ibi inoiiUi. 

Wo could not shoot tho monster 
for fenr of dl«tnrbin;r the tiix.'r 
of whi.h wo w.'i-.- ill piii-.tuil. W,-, 
tlion-fiir.-. "•i-linriii,l"'l ea ' o( Ihi'iiu- 
livoa lo (,'n and " it olT lis head, lint 
niir.euf thorn soomwi inclined to obey, 
i ll" more wo reiterated our orders, 
the luore Herioiisly lliey w:i;,'i.'"d lln-ir 
turlianed liooils, n id iho moro liny 
S"eined glued to their le.sjiectlve ele- 
piialllM. 

At lost the retoraa Seasoo rslaed his 

voii-e. ami llms exprasiod tho aeiise ot 

til" i- ilnpiili.\ I 

"I) iiij lor.l-. 1 :im iiidoed tlio slavo 
"( your hii.-: ■• -. "'nl «'■'" Hie 
en'iitiii-e I, "(.,'•" n- "iili' « lljrer. bi-iir, 
or Inili'i'il any f'liir (""t" 1 lu'iist. I 
nould at oni'X) iiilvanre to Ihe enui'uit; 
lint this is nil iiwdil linite. nnil lb" 
most hiilelul nf all Hi" iulmbiuiuts ot j 
the junnle. If any oiio Kiioa within 
reach ol bU taU, ha wiU bo klUud tu u 
certainty." 

In sboi'l. our native u»sistan'.ji meant 
I" I,. ..p :,r "f tl'" l.,i,-'- i-. |iHle. 
which Ihi y pro nilily mistook lor a Kod 
nr» devil, on no ueeount to bo inter- 
feiud with, hj, »a my friend iissiiii'd 
me Hint Ihflso annkt).s wore not danijor. 
oils, I doM- adoil from niy elei'bani, 
nnd proi .i"il r-i.'ainst it with a heavy 

hiiiitiiii: iii'il'-' 

1 "iiiir,-s tns.ini.' inls„'lvln(pi whether 
his nr tho nutive's oHtliiiato of tho 
bi'iust's challlctcr mli;ht prove corl-ect. 
What uiin-u likely than Hmt il sliniiM 
ll" Mill" to throw n fohl of Its lusly 
...iiiid aay one approachiiii; wiHiiii 
i-iiiiu.'r forbohind the biBoled poniuii 
itaining tho deer there must hnvo 

been illmul llilrl i f, I'l of th" si'rp"nt 

ill Its iinrmal slat". 

Uowover, I udviniiK d. knife In liaiul, 
on a line Iradlnj i-.traiffht to tho heiid 
of the ivptila, and watched narrowly 
for any slKtt of Its movlugi bui It n" 
inaliiPd mollniilosa OS I stood ov"i- it 
and looked upOB It. wolrd conii- 
ti iiiiiiei', ciipiiblo' orbiit ono llxed e.-;- 
jiri'ssinii. 

All its life si'i'med eoneoiitriited In 
the brialit yellow eyes Ibat ivliinied 
my L'az" wllli a clltterin? stare. I 
ll the kni(". anil lirminlit it down 
with all my iniifht on its iiccic, think- 
ing lo cut its bend off. But tho bom s 
wore solid, and nothing hut n 
horrible giush wiui tho roatilt. Kviii 
at tills not n miisrle stirred, innl 
Hieeyos glittered and looked pion-in;; 
as beforo. I WIU) now ndvUed to dis- 
patch him by severing tho spine just 
bvhind the great enlnrgoment caused 
by tho body ot the stag, Butthosnako 
instantly liisheil out SO rigorously that 
I iliciiii,'iit it prudent to return to Iho 
lieiid, and wlHi a few more blows t 
killed It. Its length was just seven- 
teen foot. 

The slay, on belli? taken o-.il looln'.l 
as it il bad lu'en aeiilly lrus ,'il for tho 
table. Il w.i-i iilieni llieal-io of an or- 
dinary sb",'], iiii'l iis hood, neck nnd 
limbs wore pai-, eil into a sort of 
square, but nono of the bones wei-o 
broken, nor woro thoro any slirn i ot ex- 
lenial daniajre. Tim pi""- lliiiitr was 
unite ilelid. ami w,i :ih.iliil,,ii,-,l 111" two 
biulb's to Hi" viilliii i's mnl jii.-kala. - 
luidfi's ComiHitno/i. 



—All fallen young fruit shoaUba 
ooUoctod and destroyed In tome man* 
nor, aa many Inseote will then be killed 

by ilnlnu an, 

- Aniii.ttN with vicious habits or 
lendonei'.is Hboiild never bo usod for 
brooding pur| oaes, as they transmit to 
tholr oflspring their bad qualities. 

— 'i'lie annual vain,' of lb" dairy 
product of liliiinis " pi lls III" irnhl 
prniluc tinn of llio United Stotcs. Who 
says ile'cuw hi not the beet trlood ot 
tho farmer? 

To prevent dry murrain In cattle, 

keep a troiiifh full of oqiml parU ol 
salt and air-sln'ci d Uin   whore the cat- 
tle may Iniv" tr. ,' aeeoJS to It and you 
will not ll.' tnmbli'd. 

- Tlu re slimild b.i a pot ol liquid 
pine tar in every at ible. It Is oxoclont 
to apply to tho bottom of tb" bone's 
hoofs to keep thom in a "loan and 
healthy condilinn. it slionlil bo ap- 
plied iiboiit one ' 11 W""':. 

Tbe value of uroun food for ail 
lioiillry should not be overlooked. 
.Save Mime of the corn for wintar. The 
Kre"n stalks cut up fine Is better feed 
fnr suniim r wouth^r than so much of 
the drii-il 1,'i-alu. 

Tin' iii'-asorin:,' win-iii liius u vigor- 
ous as sallunl in the bluck uut Tho 
ant i liiubj up tho troo, seluosthe worm 
by lb" tall and holds on till it goU ex- 
buuaUid, when the victor dr.iu's llspivy 
down to Ita nest in tbe (fi'oiina. 

— Tb" cood iiolntsot ano..!: A broad 
lnt..lli(,'eul til"", with bead up; small 
neck and horns; icnglb of body; 
straight bock, heavy shouldera, with 
full briaket: brood loins, hips and 
atifle: well thl;;h"d ami tlanU.'d down: 
medium stomaeb; i.|i-.ii:;lil I 



hats: HATS! g^xa 



quire Dy nring a uoKroo oi   in 



How Old blie W,i5. 

Old I-'ri.'iiil (to Mill .Mniii) Hidn'l I 
unUurslanil you to say you wi i-elwi'iity 
oi(;lil yi-ii'.-iolil? 

Old Maid timll;,'aaiitly)-.Vii, »h j you 
did mil. 1 never said it. 
•Old I-'rieml Never? 

Old .Maid - No. sir: never. 

Old Friend (11. r:.i-.l"iitly dUagro 
able)— Tiiink a mi an al. Don't you 
romombcr ono morning, just flftoon 
yoars ago, you suid it to mo la a 
mnmont of ooafldoaoe?— H' »»A''»9' "» 
Crilio. 



-A Western boy ran tor CongretB 
wliea be was only fnurleea years old. 
Ue was page in the Uuuse. 
■HMMMiiNMMMlMwiwianaln.'v'W : 



I 

nithershorl; li";ivy arm. w i I i  ;:i in'), r 
joint; a irood fo il and small tall. 

—A soil I'oiilainias; tree lime, pi.iasli 
or magnesia ia lu couditiun Ui tonn 
rapidly lo warm woilhor under tillajii 
valuable "oniiioiimls ot iiitr.i:'"ii.wlllell 
will hiisluM plant i;i-.iwili Tlii-. pnu'ess, 
cjiUed ulli'attt-Jtio.i of th ) soil, does not 
go on rapidly In ths abjeaea ol Ume, 
potuah, soda, etc.. honco the Impor- 
tance of applying llin) nnapituihto 
soils doHoiont In them. 

— Farm ":•« aro waraad by Dr. lliina- 
niaiiii a^'ain-t the praclieo of reinov- 
iuj; straw from tho land, tw it tends lo 
Imjioverlsh the soil. Not only are pot- 
ash, llm-?. phoiiphorle mid. oto. , taken 
away, but nlso a e insldenihlo nmouiil 
of oririinie m ill r. wb 'i-eby lb ' in 'i-i 
uro Is too mneli reducjJ. The duelor 
truly aildb thai e:ire must bo observed 
in rcsUirlng to the soil what it has 
been deprived of, orstorliity will b. 
the ultimate result 

- The lior..' will li'iiv" mi'i-ty lin.i 
unloiieln il in Ills bin. li.iw.-v.'r linii'-'ry. 
He will mil drink ot water objortioii- 
able to hla quoatiouing anllla or Irom o 
bucket which sdme odor malsej offen- 
sive, liowover thirsty. His Intelligent 
nostril win widen, quiver 1 query 
over lb.' diiintiesl bit ofltere.l by the 
tiill-Msl n( biiiiis, with ena.vini,'s tllilt 
would make a mortal abut his eyes and 
swallow a nauseous mouthful at a gulp. 
—I'rairie Farnur. 

—Tho successful farmer is not the 
iniiii who, by working from ilayli;rht 
lill dark, year in nnd year out. si-i iinp- 
inj; and fivtlin;». nnd depriving ills 
family of lb • iieces.tarios of ilfo, has, 
nllbeiiieof llUy. su.-,-.-,' led ia beeoin- 
Ingtho owner ol ;w.) or llir." farms 
Hiid bus 111,111 ■  in tli,' li.iii't. 11" is not 
the w.-i.'iliy "M t i-_-lii -!i~t- .l tanner, 
but tbe man w bo. by dili«oiu'e and bal d 
work, has succeeded In providing him- 
self and family with a eomtnrlabl". 
pleasant hom", who hat furnished bis 
homo with pK'Uty ot jtodI rending 
nintter and necw.sary eoavenlenees. 
and has taken time tu rood and gala 

knowledge^ _____ 

SERVICEABLE FENCE. 

One Tliat NprTes Its Tiirposa Wull ami 
Coau nut Vrrr LltUa. 

I have found iny fence of smooth wire 
nnd boar.l elT,' -live a'l 1 ehe iper than 
liny iilln-r 1 ev.jr biii t. In a small 
pusluro udjulnlug tbe barn (wboro w" 
turn out horass and have kopt ono or 
more cows nlsht and day) stock have 
sevi'i'iil lini '  bi' i!t."i il'i.vn nr jumped 
oviT till' b.i.ii-.l t-n '.' nil I 'Ml -ill''-', but 
hnvo iiol in tbre,' yo irs broken llimuijb 
pr over the wire. We use plain No. (' 
lenoo wiiM, siii;;le strand, costing me 
tlireo oenls ii pounl, imd it welgli- 
about ono pound to tho rod. I used 
In Ibis f.'ii'" b it tl r.-.. wlr.'s 
nnd one strip of bniii-.l. llir"" Ini'lies 
wide, but would use four wires if 
building another, I have another lot 
fenced with Hvo wires and the strip of 
board, which tumioalves and sheep. 
Fonce-boards now ooat me 1 ,'Mnt a 
fool, running malwura, for 6-lnoh 
wide, or ftO par Ihoasaad foot, so you 
ace that five wlras cost less thim ono 
board. This is not nil tho savin;.', bow- 
over, for ono postevcry thirty-two feet 
Is all that Is ii""d.vl tor the wir.' I.'ni'e, 
while ttKnod lioiir,! fi'ni'e requires a 
post every el(tht foeU Thcii the coat 
ot bu tiding tho board fence U four 
tlnioB that of holidinr with wire. 

With tho end poaU well brm-ed there 
is very liltlo trnublo In keeping the 
w ires of the right toniion. After tho 
wires ai " stretched and stapled to the 
jiosts, wo drive a atako in the center 
between the posts and staple the wiroa 
to It We then set up atripj of board, 
throe Inches wide nnd four and a half 
feet lon^', every tour feet (llireo 
of thesu atrlpa lilliii;; euch 
spaoB' between a stako and a 
poet), and staple tho wiros to these 

npriiihts.nnd limn our tin iin'li boiii'd 

is nailed to Hies,- « ilh a -iir.: iliii,-b- 
nall nt each. \ wire fence is never 
8;ite without Ibis board, as Btoc'x, par- 
tleubu'ly horses, when excited and run- 
ning will not soo it and will run into it, 
hut with tho uprights only four foot 
apart and tbe one narrow board lliero 
Is nn d;ui:,'"i- of Ibis. Il is a (.'ooil plan 
to ^ul a small flat aUmo or piece of 
board under the end of each upright 
I'he cost of tha material for this fenoo 
Is about Ibirty llve cnls per rod. call- 
ing Hio pints twonty-'ive e.' ils each, 
stiikcH llireu ce;it!i, u,)rlj,'hli o:io cent 
and wire alaplos nnd nails ftt cost. On 
level lund, whoi-e n long atrotidi could 
bi hud, I think U'.a ecnl   n md wmilt: 
certainly cover the co.st i I li.iiuliii;;. I 
sliiill put lip thla fonce quite oxtonsive. 
Jy in tntuiv. — IFaWt f Stown, in A 
i, 2 i  i'n . :• 1. 

^i» 



WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN MEN'S HATS. 

Prices That WiU Make This a Oennine 
"WRAP IT UP AND I'LL TAKE IT" SALE. 

5DozUe&sBhcka&lBrDviiStiIEatsOri^nalFrices!!2toil3[or9Sct8 

5 mil ii's BLUCK Hi mm stiff huts omniL mm m to m for m 

Sale to begin Monday: January 7tli and continue one week only-a 
These who come first will get the cream. 

TERMS: Strictly one price to all alike every article marked 
in plain figures, cash before goods leave the store. 

J. H. ANDERSOH k CO., 

GLASS CORNER, GLASS CORNER. 



Great Glothmg Sale 

— . OT 

SPECI ALTIES IN F INE G OODSI 

We will close the followins goods at LOWER PRICES than ever named in this market: 

Pine Cheviot, Corkscrew and English 

Worsted Suits. 
Elegant Germania, Snr and Esquimaux 

Beaver Overcoats. 

A large assortment of Astrican and Chincliilla Coats and X^^I^-,J^J^2}IL\}^1 
YBuths' Suits in Crocks and Sacks. Boys' and P^ifdren^Smts f re%t va"etJ^^ 

W'l.»..gbi» large line of SIIIKTS whhb we will , lose nut in half doMB low at wholeaale priOB-WOITK 8HIBT, S6 CBNTO. A BBB IIBO o. 

I .S|)l.llWKAli.lIAT8,CAPe,GLOVK8.II03IEUV.TIES,&c,*c. j, r.„^^„i„^ 

Xoiv is the time to buy Warm Winter-wear. Our Job Counters are fiM of bargains. 



ui k.ti-ir 



MEXICAN 



MUSTANG 
LINIMINT 



petic 



VrSJ:^"-^:;rT-4f'^^^'^ 

...... 11 ooeio^roteuroi'i-J'^^'^jjits, 



ln5.taad»- .J^STConl."^" 



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(.-.lUlt. 



S'sia 



Thus the " Mustang", conquers pain, 

Makes MAN or BEAST well again! 



PTE, DICEEN ^ WALL 
First National Bank, 

OF HOPKINSVILLE. KY. 

BiiunrBQsnLL. Sotk bqv. 



S. B. CBUMBAUQH, Freiidait. 
W. A, MWftT, Vl8»-P»Mll«lt. 



9. B. C«U 

c. r. JAK- 

W, L. THO 



BUKDIffliLLrRUlllGiin. 



IBO. W. QBAVES, 
- r.BIVIS. 
— DOWBBB, 



W » I.OWHV 
lOllN Mll,lVI)!f, 

i. e. rauwsB. 



DOiEKsicDiiTrroinramiUL 




[ i iLS( btc!t Many Important Adrantagw orcr 
otluT pn-i ared FOods  

BABIES CRY FOR IT. 

IHtAUDS REUSH IT. 

Makes Plump. LoushlnB, Mealtlw BaBWs. 
BwulatM Uw Btomsst) and Bowsla. 

aoldliirDnalaa. BOa., SOe., •l;oe. 

WEIU, MCHXROSOII I CO.. milHTN.n. 



Baby PortraitSu 

A I'ortinllu orTtOAUtiriil txtlty poitr.ilU, i-ilntfi 
oiillDo tilAtu impor l y i ;itcDt uotouoociii, -^vwi 
ftf i  (n MoUuT iiraiiy Itiil'f bofll WUhm a ycm , 
Kvrry Uotbur wuiiu ihi'»c pMUW; HOd at oiiut . 
UiTo uabr"! name and ago. 
WtUfl* lldURMON & CO* hmn BiiiOi«to% Vb 



It's Easy to Dye 




Wiiriiiiiii'il t 



Superior 

IN 

Strength, 
Fastness, 
Beauty, 

AND 

Simplicity. 



moro goods than auy ulhci 
... -I— uoro ttfUllNnt iiwj 
Dumm^t and take 



dyi'h vvi r hxmXv, and lu giya 
iluruWk* colon. A«k A r tht 
iiiioriicr. sficolorai tossirts 
WULS, Ri mnomi^ eg., »wUng iMi» ¥t 
Vi.t Gilding or Braoslog KaMQr ArtMsa, UIV 

DIAMOND PAINTS. 

OsM, auvat, Bwia, C» ||H, 



A PURELYJ/EG ETABLE C OMPOUND 

0^ jwb familr fleeter. H Safu and ilol.'abh Rtmulf in all Casn. 
tCompMt Fttmllr Ktdieln: rertecl SubHiliile for Calomel. 
r»s AMMst Hmt d/ of tho Age for B'l ious Otsejst). 

,.n,ct upon Ih. iy.1.". ft ttno..U^I ..'J rr.i..,c. ^Njl^^^ll^ 
,1 1 , J lie.tlhjr »lior. Ii lutre.!"-- il'i- .v,.|« i.i.  Hv 'fk'mm^T-^ 

a„.l .1. the digclion i". I ...Inutol i^il ,«V*^ 
ol ll:c luod. a, .1 CI' 1. si.iii " , 

PERFECT sArm J. V"j ^SlS^ 

tochlldr.aorai1ult.«il my -^v \7\ \ X JcKp^ || l™ Ikcii u.ril with moil woad.rful 
ngc in.lIcMe. wh«e itiMt^l^Y^ effect In 

u;.1;'S'°"' VaklB^AVt ^- ''eol f,.BIIioa, Colic. Cholora. Blllomnf^. 

^ WkWaJaV thtarh For*'; Oiarrheu, BiMnlJ^/. 
^^\^ ' nhiamalhrt, lots of AppotHt, M mMM, te- 

Far » TBBB TBIAI. PACKAOB i««t a i wa l il agM S 

IBf^UBDlCWE C0» LAKE CHARLSa LA. 



aW^.^ and 
RKOULATOR 



WALIT STBMT HBtSml 

MTW KM I UZTB AMD MVUM tnk, 

QgsFIB8T-CLA88 IN ALL APPI0NTMB1ITB,*§S  
Olli ClliNATI, O HIO. 

POPULAR PRI CE $2.00i to $ 2.50 Per Day. 
:e3l. ze. FaESOcrrosB, Fxopxietoz. 

u im Bin r ii n ii.iM'sii n iniii r r-r ' — —* --^'^■-'«'-— *- 



««asl-lT, 



T, C. IIANBIBT. 



M. r. aUBTBB. 



People's -:- Warehouse, 

(Kormerly HopklniTllle War»'hou»*,i 

HANBERY & SHRYER, Prop'rs, 

Rallrosd 8t , bet lOlh and lUh. HOPKINSVILLE, KY, 

Camu Altaatlao OUn ta iampUaf aad SaUinf all T.bacco Caaaigaad la aa. 
UbanlA4naaMe.TMiMs.lasMi«. Sammasnm lor T,s«a sad tasMlsis. 




;TO :■ 



THIS OFFICE. 

8ATISFII0TI0II 8U/UUUITEE0. 



OK«k. M. MIACHAM, Ultar. 



HOPKIN^I^E, KENTUCKY 
A \\\c anit RT««rtb|[ ritf of K.ioo InhibltuU, 
Fmnit.^llri n "'oitmyof 4O.0IW. 'Ihe l^uuviU* 
Hi. : ^ i ! , 1 i sB i%»n liiuH u( riillnmtl 111 the 
ouuiily aiiil LUu jiuuplu have ivi-eutl) vuU'il nlil 
lot-" .* Dcw roa'lfl. Larf(t ftt Inl.tcro ((rowlnir 
roiiatT In tb« world. WticHt oom, 11*7 coal, 
live aliull,— fritl^ prvluMA for iisport 
lai'iM •li'tnUlici. Tlio i liy iMf toar  aKk  
«lit  |  fCicteKaU pcfital of MSMIHI. A plu- 
teg mill' uid wifon fwtdir. AM wrla^ 

twofoudriw, thrM l rlckynrtl^ broom fAo* 
torjr. rt^atn laumlrf, lo« factnrv, two l.trne 
floiirlDK mlllH In llio city ami I't xt tnl ni 
cctonty, Srlrivll l •IrlTtDfr piik no'l tinfl upera 
lionpr. K iiiit pikpNti iiitTiTui )n lloi»kln"- 
vi!lr Mitihlmi' itii't l/ ai \sh .ot«lli'ii. ' oin- 
niiT.-iiil ( l..^'. A lr:r|ili.il r f Xi til ri k'f.li tlUll-crf'! 

•trc*'Unii'l I. .11. 'I ■■itv l-tihlMl by fii» 

MftrU-lllun.' l "W.'.-l- 1 ii'l I'Pi'K H-HwallU iJl 

over U(c r4i«,. Kii'vi II riiiiii'tiri', two oollegi'H, 
ft lill(b achwl and iku Hunt tralcm ftf |i«bllr 
#4 0#*(V!ft    and or 1t(roa, in the Stato. Vet- 
era Kentuflky Lunatic Aaylun with ft potmla- 
tlOBurU!(i,twomtle*raatorihoeUr* A lioo,- 
000 roun bou**! wUh ^ovn clock in the doni* 
A nri - dre tlf*i"irriii«nt ami a mmpanyotUintv 
(ji'ianlH. i.ittiu utwr itnnUbaa an art««iiaU 
Bii| i''T ''"   ' r Tall puriiinea Ileal aaiu* 
low aii l T. iiif. i lu »|.. Kino (i|rt-ntn|t for woolea 
null. |M.rL I'lti LiKX  . t;i'.'ii. tniiciit, fniit ran- 
liiT . r;iJM ;in) .ti 
  linittc tiiil 1 I 
inn. 'it-Klitiful 



.■rpri-T-. 



, IX'Miillllg . 



A SLIGHT CHANGE. 
UetiroiiB uf haTlnj; a sborler and 

more appi'^'l" i'''*^ ''""'^ ^'"1 ^"^ 
rtnitt'Iy loralin^' il« plHco of publica* 
tioii aixl at iliL* saiiin tiiiit! iiulicalliig 
that it iff a ditiliuclly luual iia^jer, 
doTOtpit to home intertBtn, iho Smm 
KcNTU'^KiAN will lioreafici- bu kuowii 
u tUa H0PKIN8VILLB Kbntdc^6^. 



The Tcnnesaee Houso re elected 
W. L Clapp, of Shelby. 9t efll(er. 



The editor of thfrS:miford*Iiiterior- 

Joiirnal i** itl'f' it^.'i-.i-! In rdiilng 
htit paper \ ii'i' ill It; • i-- 

to   oniiiiU Kuicidi; beoau-o lie saw 
utH'ihcr boy holdiug bit best girl'^ 
baud. •! 



pllohar, elopad to Jeffarwiivlli* imi  j»op( uprooted; tils' 



UIm Bella Fow knd ■noeeaded In 
etiehtuga wife "on the fl) . ' 



IleiiJ. K. Hopklnii, one of ilie Clu- 
cii iiali Kiili'lily liaiik wicr kir-, psr 
iloiied out or (lie pciiUeiitiai'}' oii.liiii 
4, of drop«y Ihraa da^i liler. 

The preil^aj^^al f\ic(m ink^]ht 
tbclr reapfctWa Blale'&'pUiirt TIVxi 
Monday lo eaat their billota for • 
Pretldant and Vice Preildnnt. 

Durint tl^e Itit tuenly jcihh Ii c 
•iiiiuiil average of illTorciK In llil* 
c iiinlry lit! baan lG,fiOU. (^nly tiie 
State— South Carollai— liai no di- 
Torce Ian. 



Thore were 89 legal banglhgi In 
the United Stalea dnrinft the yrar 
JiMt cloied. "A dull IImkI" aicmii- 
paliiineiit narked the taking ull'ur 
each of t hacrltniatlfc 

mtyti l\ met in-- 
. to Iho Cabinet, but he has euccecdnl 
In t;vtting niiny dollarii woiili of tivx 
atlveiilaing in the prow, and lliia 
^pa ragra ph lia pin of It. 

.Ino. I.. .Sullivan ami .lake Kilrain 
hivo 8l|;i;e(1 arllclcx of agi ri-iucnt In 
^ lltfbt uaar Mew Uckausoii July 6 fur 
^120,000 a fide and the championihip 
bell now worn by Kilrttn. 



AtM elaottodT^MllVd Qlctman 
tliln wrek on a pro]n«l(ion to aub- 
h i ibn t ' l),UU(Ho the capilal flock ol 
tlio I'aducali .V: Ilii kiiian liallroad, 
iiXI! V0IC8 wcj I' I lor and none 
against ibe nnlHi l ipiioii, 

■ludgo Mil}', of lliu inoiuilahiH, Blill 
rrfuiea to bold court on IiIh ciicuil 
tlnteu the CiOVBrnor will furnlih 
lilm wlUi a nilllary ^ikt%, Judge 
li'lly la evIdaiiUjr ttniid and freah 
' aaotHtb td augKMt the Idaa that be 
' %l1«Hga to the oaHoi* rutHtf i ° 

( tporg'i OdKomlby, a fruit farnierof 
r moiin. Culilornii, a ualivp ol Now 
V'li'k, 111 tcara of agn, lias at laft cnii- 
fc^-l.•(l llial 111' \v«» llie author nt' the 
now famuli .Muiitliisuii letter that 
raiiHcil llic ri'iiiuval of I^ui'd bac|iVillo 
Weal, the L:iiglibh ttlniatorat Waah- 
liglon. ■■ 



The I.^ui8villo i'oat aaya Hon. Ar- 
thur Wallaep, author of the Wallace 
Klootlou law panaoil by Ilia last Leg- 

Ulatiiro, has hirnt-i-i'il the iIiH[ileaaur   
of the Loiiii-vill.' iiiililirUiH by llip 
hunealy ol lil« lut:a(iii«,aud Hidf will 
nnilcavor to prevent bla rai«le«tion to 
Ibo I.C|jiHlatni'i , 

'I'lie rccoiiiil of the vote fur (ijvrr- 
iior In Weat Virginia khoweil a ma- 
Jorily of llXi on the face of I be relume 
I'ur (iuir, Iti'publican, who waa the 
only Kepublican candidate eleelrd. 
Kloining, Democrat, la I'lmlciilln:; hir. 
ttb'etlna Ml tbe grouiiil iIihi fraiidii- 

ll!':t TOteH WLTO ClHt flil (.'lilt. '. I 



AWFUL CYCLONE. 

A WINDSTORIM KILLS SCORES 
OF PEOPLE IN PENNSYLVA- 
NIA. 



The Number Of Dead Nearly a Klun- 
dred. 

IlKAiiiNU, Pa, Jan. 9.— Thia tatha 
•ailiicat nliibt in the hitKHT of Read^ 
ing. A de4tb-llko pall banga upon 

iho oily aa a result of the most hor- 
rible diaaataf in ita biatory. A lina- 
dred bouaebolda are in mourning aa 
the reault of one of the grcalc:.! ca- 
lamitiea In Peunkvlvania. A i vi hini- 
awepl over Ihg northern p;»rt of tho 
city this alU'i uoiiii atiil lahl waNia 
evci y1 hi 11^' witiiin it' reacti, and willi 
a lerrihic los  iiflifo. 't'lii' lives that 
have b^eu fai iid'Cil anil ilio number 
lhat have been iDjureil ran only be 
calimated. The luo.sl reliable coin- 
putaliuu allUo'ulook to-uigbtia that' 
not Icaa tbai) liU pei'iiona were kil cil 
oul-ifgktaad lUO injured. How this 
terrible oalamlty octorKd la about 
aa fqMoila!. MOniilf vary 

hard all the morning^-' Towards no  u 
it ceased almost entirely, and by 4 
u'cluuk there was every indication 
that there would be an entire cema 
lion of tlie rainstorm. Half an hum 
afterwarda the bright sun made ev- 
ery rlFBil fo penetrate thA clouds. 

TItK TIlfTS or A RAI-tllOW. 

were seen in the western aky. It 
portended a beautiful aunaet. There 
nan a e!ear sky overhead. This con- 
liniieil fur half an hourlonger. Then 
I be '■I'pne changed with a aud- 
deitiies8 tliat was iippalliiii^. In 
the we?.li-i'!i hk  the -I  rm \va  
soi-n uiipM ^rhiiiif Willi a thiintlt 1 in;; 
noUe. Till' gwaili it i iil w as iiauoH 
but its I'tlti-l terrible. I', r.oti!- 
rcsiilliig aloiif; the track uf the florin 
say Ibat Ihey saw Ihe lirst  .i^iiH ol 
'lungerlnaftinnel-khupeil niaeUlroin. 
which saanitd lo gather U|) every- 
thing wiihin its reach and caat ii 
right mill left. Out in thacountr} 
house* (tnd birua were unroofni. 



of oitliens arrived to help out the 
dead and dying. The teeoa was a 
hafMwincoMud beggtea deaerip- 

tiOB. 



Staiifoi'd 4i iii nal : J'as'-al i'urler, 

III.- 1 1 -\ e«r-o!ii hoy itrrarhfr. pren-h. 
eil al Ihe Meiliii li l I'liiir .h 'I'liiiriiilay 
anil l-'iiiluy nij^lils. Ilislexl 'I'liiirs. 
il.i\ flight waa "As MoHi'd litteit up 
III'' si rpi'iit in tho wililerre^N HO mnal 
Ilii' Soiiof .Man ho lil'iiil up." ll.' 
JflWdluil Ilie Milij"i'l woiiiletlully v\eil 
bis dlauvursu wan proiiooucqd by 
^.malOu baftljUo'')ii.«JW  t el^lli^i 
our. On Friday night bo preacbeii 
nn '-The TrauiHgurallon" lo a 
crowded audience, wbica was HIIpiI 
villi bolh surprise and delight. Ilia 
vliiH's wero made very clear aud al 
iliough.a jiicia chilli lie look bntil t f 
1 hi! higher and iiiosl Intricite siih- 
J-rlH with lhoea»o of a iIicoIokIim 
III! ii inilecil a pioilij;y ami ll.'.i 
who hi-ai'l him .ire pi'ipli'.vtil at liis 
W'.mli'l liil!\ lilHlllleil Miillii. Ill- 
|iiia. liiil lit H 'whiiiil .Saliuilay iiijjht 
Mill WHS liillinv ril till l e liy ipiito n 
iiuiubir of ailiiiirem iiuin Ibis place. 



tinraoomii aPMUD i» svamr pt 

IlECTION. 

riio track of this deatruclive clement 
ffa* not more than 2IJ0 feat wide, and 
it \» lucky lliat it only lunched Ihe 
-.iiImiiIpi of the eily. It came from 
the wi'si lint insacil along Ihe iiorlh- 
iini li'i:iliT ol U'-ailiii;i. l»irertlyon 
till! i-hlo of the ICeuiliiig If'iail were 
-iluaieil the paint .sliops if the coin 
pany. Here |bout W meu were em- 
ployed in painting paa.MUger carr. 
There wero eight or nine of IhuM 
cars ill llie buildldg. The cars wen 
turned topay-turvy, while Ihe men 
tvero bnried under the dabris. Soiui 
of the britka ware caariad away 
The chain bcr of each ot the paB*cn- 
ger cara was. already filled wllb gas, 
as ihey were ready lo b« taken oiii 
on the road. The gaa rxpl6dcd in 
oDC afKr another with the sound ol 
cannon. Tlirre was a consliloralile 
qiiaitllty of gusniiui- in tho hiiihliii^. 
aud4iii« itdiled fuel to Ihu lliiucs. 

.1 '■111:1. r ni I J.A M t 
sliot upward with the roar of inu"ket- 
ly. Sonic t went   "1' the iiirii liail a 
rhancQ tu crawl out uf the debrib) 
liiit innr of their compaalona Were 
eiivrloped in tbu embrace of Ihe 
h tmcs. Their eriaa ware beard fur 1 
iiioment by the terrlled workmen 
and - ibisu . tbelr voices were bushed 
forever. They were quickly roasicd 
todtitli.': '. 

WiOa ibb tta4 (It- going on, the 
atorm-waa traveling forward wlili 
fearful rapidity. It must have trav- 
eled al Ibo rale of IIX) miloa an hour. 
I)lrc  lly in Ila path at tho corner of 
Twelflh aud Marian street*, aloid 
the Iteading silk mill, one uf Ihu in- 
diistrlca of the city In wliii h the eili- 
Z'-iis look Ihe t:ri':iii- t pride. Ilein 
about 17-1 happy (jlrln were working;. 
Tlie building wai a huge Birnrliire, 
must hubstantlally built, four bloriis 
in liei(jht and had a lia.einent besides. 
It occupied an entire block of grouml. 
The alz ) of the' building itself was 
nearly KOlt ioet Wtda. It wasMir- 
inuunted by* masalva. tower fullf. 
it^Jf^et n-oifl tba ground. The ftii^* 
uel-sl|apod ttorm cloud atruok the 
bulldtagditaetiy tatha cantte on ita 
braadeat aide, which faced the weat, 
U fail tir.plecai aa if  k inpo(M|; of to 
miny boildlBgblaekai 

HBARLY 200 HUMAH BKI!ia8 

went down in the awful vH°crk. 
Human tongue can never tell the ter- 
rible nconea of aufTeriug. The walla 
gave way, the flooring* fell down, one 
on top of tba olliai', aud carried their 
great mass of bumana to the buitoni. 
Tho bricks ^ero piled up in the 
greslest' COnflialon, while amid tin- 
hurrlcann and nhlHllIng, riisliiuii, 
roaring wind, to . i de ci ie« for sue 
cor wore sciil up lo heaven. It wuh 
a miimout that tried nicii's soiiV. unil 
utmost i.iniiillam rtii-i with Ihe f.ill ol 
111.' hiiihliiiii l i.iii" the awful cries 
for It'llof. (jir'.s with blsckcneil 
/i|i)iy,,bri|laad and biMken liiplis, their 
Dinthing tatlpr id aud torn, dri |.'gaii 
tlietiiaclvfes from tlio ruins. I'roba- 
bly V  to t(X) efca^ed or were draggi d 
nut by tbeir friend*. Thata ofoour e, 
worked on the upper fl iora and wei u 
ilirownT'pbtr liio top of the debria. 
At tome' place* the brick* were pilod 
Jd feet deep, and uuiiorncatli are 
lyiig buiuau budlca by tbo scoro 
Ahiiiit 'ihtt girls and young women 
arn usually employed In the mill, hul 
lit -1 o'eh'fk nhotit 'SO wcie leltrvrd 
Iroin duly t.u- tin d ly. ■I h") ri tiiiM 
cd III their hoiiirs hcfoie Ihe ntoi in 
i-anie. 

lUi; Mil^r 1:1.1. UULK K-lIM U K 

iif to iiiiitat places the niinihci in tin- 
I'liildin^' uli'Mi ii went down in Ihu 
iii-i^hlioi li ' 'I 1 1'-i, and as hefoi e 
-tateil llU' lihi^'i Here rei-iiied hy 
liioiiili or dra^ijicd Ihcninhca (Mil 
linnieiHately after the accident. The 
alarm foi' relief was sent in imnie- 
dialuly aud iu a short time tliousanda 



AT OTIIEIt I'l.ACKS. 

At Pillaburg 20 or ii persons wero 
killed by falllog buildings. i 

Al Sunbary, Pa , a nail mill was| 
destroyed and 3 men killed and 20 
wounded. 
. Al Wiillamaport a mill waa blown 
down and 2 men killed and 10 olbera 
wounded. 

(ireat damage was done at Carlisle 
and other placea, but no Uvea are re- 
ported lost. 

Static ok Oiim, City oy Tdi.kiio,/ 
l.t i AS C'orNTV, S.S. \ 
I- laiik .1. Cheney makes oath thai 
he is Ihe senior partner uf Ihu Arm of 
J:'. J. Cheney & Co., doing buluess in 
ibe City of Tola4o, County aud State 
aforesaid, and that aald flrni will pay 
Ibc aimi of OXIC IlI XDItKI) l l)l,. 
LAIIS fur each and every i-aso ut 
Catarrh that canuot. 1m cured by the 
used uf liall's tjaiarrh I .ire. 

FItAXK .1. CllKNKY. 
Sworn boforo me and subscribed 
in my presence. Ihia 6tb day of De- 
cember, A. D. '8S. 

. . A. W. GLEASON. 

VtAuy 2fot(irg Pt^bUe. 

Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken inter- 
nally and acts directly upon the blood 
and mucus surface of the system, 
•^eml for lestinionlals, frce. 

i;ilENKV& COj, Toledo, O 

0^9914 IV;.prnggisu, TScenta. 



"BAINBRIOQI SPLINTERS." 

Savaral Naway Itama Told In • Read- 
able Styl*. 

BAtNHaiDot, Jan. 7— A beautiful 
but dull Cbrlatiiiaa baa passed and 
gone. "The oldest inhabitant" never 
remeinbera of having aren aa lovely 
a fall or winter aa wa have had aud 

are cxperiancllg. 

The farmera are not over hall 
iliruugh stripping I heir tobacco. A 
the present ruinoua price many wil 
he "li ft", when U eomaa tothaflasi 
 ioltleiueut. 

■TU aad lotlilak, 
Hul aim boir Inie, 

TI.I' lIllK-S Illll' it 
I .Ul. v,T\ I. 111.-, 

For the care worn, labor tired mon 
opoly oppressed farmrrs and unless 
aome relief ooine* •peedily, they 
will experience "Serfdom" in all it* 
horrid realitlea. Tbta la no faBcifn) 
draam of "ya eerraapoadeni" for any 
one with half an eye ean lee for him 
self. 

Dro. J. W. Martin (SlelhodUt) for- 
merly iu ohargoof tblacircull,visitel 
his many frieuda in Ihla locality a 
short lime since aud met with ahear- 
ly reccptiou. He is now located in 
Trl((^' counly. May his lile be a Iouk 
and useful one, and nisy ho have 
many ' stars in his crown of rrjoic 
iiilf.'' 

l!i'' . Jss. .Spurlin (Itipllst; cUmid 
a series uf niectings a few days sim-e 
at "New I'lea ant Hill." He liil'nrm 
ed Ihe writer that ho had bcpti/.cd 
uearly 5000 converts during bis lonn 
and ardent labor*, covering a period 
of 40 year*. What a great and good 
work be baa dona for bla Maatar I Be 
hopea lo die in tba bamaa*, doing 
his Uaater'* work. 

Mr. Ja*. Ilamillon, of Mt. Carmol 
nel^'hborbood, died a few days aifo 
alter a lingering and paintnl iilni^^ 
He waa a good citizen and unlvtraal 
ly liketl by those who knew hiui best 
Mr. .Tas. Hamniondtreo has reniov 
oil to .Missouri : his object in moving 
was to iiiiprovo his liiiairMal eomli- 
tliiii, wliirh we trust ho will do. 

"Oak I inive" si hooll wil begin Its 
winter session .Monday, Jan. 7lb, to 
eonllnuc :j inoiilbs. 

Tbo general health of the commu 
nity ia good with the exception of 
aore aye*, wbiob seem* to ba vary 
common. More anon, 

Roam Da Bow. 



iu prices on dark tobacco. The com- 
mon and medium grades of new 
dark tobacco are selling disastrously 
low ; such new dark tobacco a' haa 

extra lcn {lh Is selling fairly well. 
The weathereonditions have been un- 
favorahle for handling; the new crop 
and reccipla are very light. There ia 
no dUposilion to ablp dark tobacco 
early aud we anticipate smali receipt* 
for aomelimeto come. The fullowing 
quotations fairly reprcsenl our mar 
kot for dark tobacco uol ncW' 

Traab 11 00 to 2 OU. 

Common to medium laga fS OO lo 
2 76. 

Dark rich luga extra qnality |2 7S 

to .1 75. 

Common leaf*:! m lo 4 .VI. 

Medium to good leal f4 jU tu .  .'it). 

(iood leaf extra lougtb Ki 50 to 
7 W. . 



Mrs. Cleyetand'a Double. 

Mi . Ci.'vi'h.ud hiis li.'c double In 
\\ ii-llillj:ton. '/ he hilly is .Mi-.  .Mullen, 
yiio is oniployetl ill one uf Ihe Uepart- 
lueiits. und the joko of Ihorcsombliuiuo 
is thiit Miss Mullen haa been innocent 
of It until quito ix'ceiitly. You kniuv 
tliiit the M:irine ISiinil pliij  . vi- -y Sat- 
urday iiftornoun In the r-jar of tho 
White House. On these occnaiona the 
grounds are crowded with vlaitura, and 
theae of tho middle chissea of Waah- 
inffton aoolety. I l olleve it la not tho 
pi-o|)e!- sociiil eiipei- fur tin- elile to llt- 

ti-nii tli'-se eiiMci'i-I-. iifl-'i- the 

niarriu;,'!' ul .Mr. t'li'vehuid the euneerls 
Deemed to grow in populnrity. A bottur 
class of WnahlnRtim aocioty iittendod 

them than hail 1 ti v.. ml. Then it 

bo ,'aii to he whlsji ';■' li llial it was ill 
on uccouiit of Mrs. Cleveland's pi-, s- 
eneo at thorn. Thl«, of oourao. in- 
creased the attondnnoe. nnd thon It wim 
discovoivd that Mi»» Mullen, who went 
to the coiieert« with groat regularity, 
hail tn'.-ii iiiistiiken for Mrs. Cleveland. 
It is siiid that .Miss Mullen hiu mil lost 
bcr senses on iieeount of the roaeiu- 
blanea — Watkinglon Cor, CAt'cuya 
3Vmes. 



  iiloa 



Some Saying* of IHolland. 

Puppyism la not politene.-w. 
Every huily who i* aomebody, 

do souietliini;. 

\ev.-i- 1 telil yonraelf with thi 

uf haviiifr a euininuii-pluee wife- 

'i'hi- appri'tieiisiuiis uf women uro 
tlner ami ipiirk- r than those ,if men. 

Inspiration lo u higher and piinT 
life alwaya oomes from nbovo a man. 

A man who la wiUtuft to entt r su- 
oioty ua alienolleliiry la moan, luiddoua 
nut deserve recognition. 

It Is the Kencrul riilo of Providence, 
tho world over, and Inull time. I hat 
uncarried suceesa is n eiirao. 
- Tliarc uro fewer MidderslKbta in this 
world than that uf luntes whom iho 
pjissii{;e of y'M'' hii- iiii-'-m!il''iI. 

Then- is iiotliiiij tlia'. will tinil so 
slroii;jly tu the i'h-\aliun and pui-ilii-a- 
tion of youuu nicn na female soci -ty. 

Society la not vory parttculnr «liat 
u man ilin's. mi lhat it proves him to \m 
a man: it '.^i'.l then hinv tu him and 
make room I m* liini. ft. li Uaiui. 

— "What is It c.;.IIioat?" pi-i-^i^tefitly 
and i-i p' iileiily inipiired a lillle i^irl of 
lii-l- fath' i-. al 111'! siipp'l" lahh- last 
riiu'hi. iiileri iiii; ill x his eiMVi-l-satlull 
wilh all'ither P'-r-oii. "It's a hunt with 
a yawl to ir." i-ailii'i- crossly respundyd 
Ihe t.ilh.r. /.i;«'i/i L'uuiur. 



- Ihu '.iwli.-at i:* Iho old-fashioii''d 
farmuns* crop, and does not take kind 
ly to inipi-uved horvoating machinery 
Thu self-blndcra ahull out too niiieh 
grain to be pi*olItablu. rrohabiy tho 
best way to cut buckwheat is witli the 
eeylhe. hiiiiUmr it by merely twisting 
a wisp uf Its uwn atraw ubout Iho 
1 I'l, lis the bundle la sat squu'cly on 
i;- liHiL 



TOBAOCO NEWS. 

Nel-on & Dabney *old Wadnetday 

:i hhda as follows : 

1 hbds. luga, «2 25. 

2 lihds. leaf, ».') 2r,, 0 £0. 

Sales by (iant & (itither Co, of 7 
lihds. an follows : 
i hbds. new luge, II 76 lo 2 05. 

1 bhd*. common new leaf. M 10. 

2 bhd*. good old Ingp^ 12 75, 3 W. 

Sale* by llanbery A Shryer uf 11 
bhds as follow* : 
5 hhda. new leaf, |7 00, Ii fiO, l  'X , 

0 10. U 00. 
4 hhds. old leaf, |4 75, 4 75, 4 7.'i, 

n iKi. 

2 hbds new luga, t2 05,8 60, 

1 hhds. old Ira^h, -tl. ' | 

Sales hv .Mierniilhv , c l.'ill?, .lail. | 
Kill. of'M bhds. tobacco aa follows : | 
llhbda. new leaf common to mcd- 

InnrM Wto6 60. 

2 bhds new lugs common ^1 till lo 1 

1 !»;-  

1 hhds. old leaf medium -lli I'lU to 

7 m. I 

SI hhds. obi frosted II 00 to 2 5U. 
.Market active and linn. 

Silea bv Whrelcr, Mllla & Co., to- ; | 
div uf 42 bbda. aa folluwa: 
:i hhds new medium leaf, 17 60, 

II I'll I. 7 IKI. ■ 
111 hhds. now common Icif, ♦) (HI, ' 

III .'i ik; 

4 hhds. new lug., |2 50, 2 00, 1 75, 
1 75. 

IR hhds. old lug., 1.1 60 lo 2 00. 

2 bhds. ohi iraah. II 06 lol 00 
.'i hhds old leaf, 10 00, 6 00^ 4 60, 

4 IKI. I (JO 

(iooti now leaf. In aniin.l keepinfr 
order, h acllliig fairly well from fll .'ilj 
lo 18 .'iU, but all low grades of leaf 
and luifs are fearfully low and likely 
Id remain so. At intcUiiienl ohser- ' 
vallon of the prices now ptevailiiitr 

must UltfKCsI tu e\ef\ U'li' lliat the i)i - 

ly remedy fur Ibc aiinalion is, nnl ti - 
tal abstention, but tlie rlKld detenu' - 1 
nallon to plnnt.no inoro tobacco than , 
von can certainly cultivate and han- 
dle well nnd lo make only (lood 10- 1 
biceo. No oilier kind is worth half 
Ihe labor and oapeuae that guaa Into 
tba making of It. 

lA lliaVILLK rollArCII UARKIT. 

ramlshadbTUIovar » t arrclt, LoalavHIa 
l^baoco Waroboui*. 

I ho sales on our ina'rket for Ibe 
wi I'k just closed amount to 1344 hhda. 
with receipts for tbo aama period of 
l.-iVJ hhds. Balea of the crop of 1888, 
to date amomv.i4  Ji&lS bDd*- 

Our market opened op (hlk W eft 
without any material (mprovamant 




lis iBlalWal quallllc command ll lo all who raaOa. 
. the importancr tu 
Human Health and Happiresi. 
Itf. Inily hrsllhy, ctagant and LfTtili\   I riul 
i iiv. 10 tMaaaa. th. 8yat.m wlitii htliui,, la 
co.iivt, 10 Dlip«l Colda and H wdacb.8, aad n 

Permanently Cure 

Habitual Constipation 

The Calirornia Liquid Fruit Ruaidy 

SYRUP^FIGS 

I'o'.v s- i)4..1lihB .-.(."VC ci.i:ilili" i-i:i|.iHlyI rf..in. 
(nj ihr iini*rr»alti¥utii' . i ■; " i- l- tli ^ .'n'I 
1 lr.-n,.i'.iii«(iIei»v.T.i i ■ ir ■ i •'• , mi jh ttictly 
SAFE IN ALL CASliS. 

MAscrAiTi I'l I' "M V 11V iiiR 

CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO., 
Ol Bail raanciico, Cal. LoiiiaviLi.a, Kv. 
Waw VasK. W. Y. 

For aal. In 90c. and ti.oo BottUa 
By all Ijeadlna Ilnju[i.l*. 



MERCHANT 




For "rutwidwn," ilcltilltiiti'ti and ovorworkwl 
women, Dr. Plorcc'a Knvnrlle Pn-acriptitm la 
the bf«t of all mrtomtfvQ tonics. It la a potent 
Bpedrio for all thoao  :immlc Wnkneasea nod 
Diaoaaoa ppcullar to Woinpn : a powerful, fen- 
«ral na well aa utrrlur. tonlo and nervine. It 
Irapartavltroraadatrrnsthtotbewhotoajntoin. 
It pro mptlV cures wrak neaa of atonMoh,iiauaeat 
Inolgpalion, titnatiiier. wenk back, nrrvnua pros- 
tration, drMliiy iiiitl Hrl'|ll■'f ^-nt-IW.fnelthor8ez, 
It i« mrrfiillv I oinpoimiJt'ti iiy nil riporJeDced 
phyBlrinn. niiti ii 1n)it -il to wotnnn's delicate 
onmnlMtlon, I'lipply vctfrtahli^ nnd perfectly 
harniU-aH In miy fomillmn nf tho a*-Rtc*ni. 

"Favorite Prcarrlp- 

lloii" in tlic only itifiliriiic 
fur wiiiiH'ii, w l I tty driiKif 
uiidpr a ptwIiUo uinir- 
■nlre of fmtiBfnctiim In every caae. or i-i •■ 
{%\m refiindeil. Tlila iruarantro ha* ]« - ii 
prInU'd on the I)ot tie-wrapper, and falUifully 
carried out for many XSara. 

For lonni. UluatratedTVeatlao on nlacaaea of 
Wooifii (l(V  paKca. with full dircctiona fur 
h 11,1 ii. iiMiiont). aend ten ceata In atampa. 

A i insv. WoHLo'a DtapimARr Medical 
Aksoi i vi ii !T, )tt3 Main Street, Buffalo. N. T. 



MARE DOWH SALE 



-OF- 



m. FRANKEL ^ SONS. 



-fm^^^^tm^ ^1^0 Bnsh for bargaina at 

iPiP^ OUR GREAT SALE 

ZS 02T T7B. 

We have no time to mention ourliat of Cheap Goods. Call 
and see us. 

M. FRANKEL & SONS, 

'^The Old BeUable." 



WALTEU CII.I.II.AXI). 



CI.AItlCXCK KENNKDV. 



THE BARfiAIN STORE 





No. 28 E. NINTH STREET, 

IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR GOODS,- FOR LOW 
PRICES ALWAYS RULE AT OUR HOUSE. 

DRY QOOSS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, 

AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

At Prices that will (Ipcn the Ilti vers' Kycs. Tbo Ileal .leans Pants In tba WoiM. We will sell .leans 
Ohcapcr than any I loii-c in Town. Tho licst Dollar Corset in Town. Our Fifty 
I em r. : -' I I'mi'i h'- 1'" ;,! .Ml we ask is a Trial. 



mm, z?„ m m 

\fr, Ihe underalcned ofllcera of 
Caldwe'l (^onntv, Ky., certify that a 
iiiimlier of individuals, hulh whim 
and blai k. living' in I'rinreion anil 
j Caldwell l.'ouniy. Ky , were autferera 
from Syphilla in iia varioua atafaa, 
and are now in perfect health, baring 
lieen cured hv Koem's It' niedy. 
\V. 8. ItAXIHM.l'll. 

.Illdge Caldwell t'utiuty Court. 
.KIIIN It WVI.IK, 

Clerk Caldwell Circolt Ooorl 
l itANK A. I'ASTEL'll. 

Clerk Caldwell Couty OottH. 
K. R. I'ICKGKIMG, 

Bbenir Caldwell County. 
3. H. FOOU 

Jailer Caldwell County. 
L- L. BAKKR, 

Aascasor Caldwell Connty. 
From one lo three IhiIIIcs will cuio 
any case of yl"el. l'oeri;'s Kerrcilv is 
purely vegetable, l uiilaina no mercu- 
ry, tine weeks trial will convince you 
of lia mei ita. A.k vonr driignlat for 
I'ucrg's Uemady. I'r na |1 a bottle. 
I repared by Pbil ruarg, Prinoaloa, 
Ky. M-lf 



H IIKKI.I' 1:. 



W. n, I \ \i'V. l: 'Ok KcrrtK 



InllN N.HILU. 



Wheeler, Mills & Co*, 

T O B -A- C C O 



n uisy mmm \ 

Wafehousemen and Commission Merchants C. R. CLARK & CO., 



illTD GRAIXT DXAZ.XRS, 

FIBE-PROOF WAREHOUSE 

1:1 ss|-:i.I.VII.LR ANIl II. K. STIIi:CT8. H0PKI!I8VIU.I, KT. 

l.tlxral .v.ltanraonCansl|tBniaaU. AU Tabaeee 'tal Cs  :aT«l«d Bj li 



H. B. HBl.aOV 

romeriT of Nsuoa a Jaarr. 



P. W. UaBMBT. 

ParBMHy of DAsaar a Bsaa. 



NELSON & DABNEY, 

Tobacco and Grain Commission Merchants, 

Zlailro&d and Zldventii Streets. 

Wa give | er onal attention to Inip^ciliin antl Salt! ot every lloaibcatlof Tubacru rontiftBr't 
ttona. IJIwralatlTanoamentDiadaonTubarooln atora. All l^baooo Inaored at ooalot owDer 
aniaaa wrlttMi iMtrvetlaw to ika «wairart. a-IO-an. 




Burnett House, 

Be-modaled and BosAimlabed 
flrat-fllaaa. 

I. M. HUO-HES, Prop. 

(fiataerij of BaXlstowB, E j.] 

S. B. GORNBR HDmi u  BBOIDWIT, 

LOUISVILLE^ - KY. 

street Cars lo all parts of the city. 
Fine Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco. 

V. I. HALIIID BIH BOOQIBS, CUBES. 

Rates: 1.60 per day. 



TtMVaalaaUaa h Ih* paaaryaawaM 

E8TRAY NOTICE. 

Taken up liy .1. M. Mi-KiiiKtii. slsiui Dee. llth. 
near Heradon, chri-tian uouiit.f. Ky., oao S- 
yaar olo bull; raan. wlUi awaUuw-loik la mtn 
iara. Valnad bv l aa Mass at Slo. . 

nScM-tf ' t.ii.m*joVj.p.o C. 



1I.I0BI1I!IC0, 



SPECULATION. 

GEO. A. BONER, 

BANKER AND BROKER, 
40 4 42 mdwif ud51 Kew Street, 



Btocka, Bonda, Ondn, ProTlalona and 
ratrolanm 

BMfhlk iaia wsd Onriaa aa Mwiln. 
P. a. Isaa (sr asataaatorr •aaakut. 



GALT HOUSE, 

LomaviLU, KBimioKr, 

Thi Lirpitul M Bsliliithg Citj. 

B«tti-$2 50 to $1 Per Say ac- 
cording to Boomi. 

TeaiisB AND RvsaiAM Baths la raa Ilocss 




} 



No. 108 Main St., 

OPaOA BDILDLSO. 

HOPKIHSYILLE. - KY. 

Pant Fattens! 

We have just receiv- 
ed a Nice Lin* of 

FALL and WINTER 

SUITINGS 

AND 

TROUSERINGS. 



HICKS & MERCER 



The voungeat Iiisuiaiico (Inn 
in ilupkiiisvillo, arn iiuw Incatril 
III llielr new i (licea, over C'ly 
Hank, Corner Main and 7lh sir., 
and are i. repared lo write all 
clasHCH of In-iiranco. 

Their line uf I'ire Coinpaniaa 
arc iiiisiirpaaaed. and Ihey can 
place risks on ailkindaof Inaur- 

able properly. 

They represent Ihn grral Coii- 
iieullcut Mutual Life Insurance 
Co, and will write Ufa Inaur- 
anco on the most de.lrable 
pisns and al lowest cost. 

They will also handle any Ite- 
al K-tsle nhii h may lie piaceil 
ill Iheir caie, do all aorta of Col- 
locliug, and give all businsia 
plaoed in tbeir hands prompt 
and eameat attaBllon. 

• 

OIre the yonog man a obanca. 



Mam airrrl, I'l Lk a lll.li aTAtlli, 
UXKIiV BI.OCK,awi maik aiMaad 
■ealseklaa oaka, 

— kill t 1 1 1 1. I INK or — 

ALL KINDS OF 

FURNJTURE! 

BEDSTEADS, 



wabds:b33, B};a:[:ia oiairs. 

Complete Parlofi Chamber and Dining Sets. 

E?eiythlDg Wanted by the Honse'EMper. 
ALL THE VERY LATEST STYLES, 

At the Veiy Lowest Prices! 

UNbEBTAEINO 

A 8PE0IALTT. A Oompliti 11m of VtUUlo ud Wood Ooflai 
aad Oukiti aad BvUI BebM. All Ordin rnmptly Attradad to. 

0 R CLARK S CO. 

THE m TO soy! 

If you are in need of anything in the 



Call on us and we will supply you at 
Prices that are bound to please. Un- . 
dertakers Goods of every de- 
scription, also promptly and 
Sati8fiax)torily Fum^ed. 

Thompson & McReynolds, 

Main Street _^oplcln©Trllle, TOy. 

Before Bnying 

i:.\A.MINK OCU LINE Ol 

Cooking ajid Heating Stoves 

Tbe Urgeal Auottmont In the Olty. Oaaolinn and Heating Slovaa 
of all Siaas, from (|3 60) Three Dollars and Kifly CenU Up. 
- Oarlaad'a Baaa Burner, ihe Ilest Made. Storea 
and rnnacea of All Kinda Itepal(«d. 

Qaeeneware, Olaaswaro, Hardware, Cutlery, Lamps, 

WoodeBware, Lime, Comcm 

of Oor Own Make. Iloellngand Uutloring ti Specialty. 

HOOSER & BALLARD. 




TAKPLE7, DAY & CO., 

PviMtleaA PaAntorbf 

oziAuavzLZiB, . Txsrar. 

Country Work Solicited and Promptly Attended To 



THIS AND THA7. 



THEO. t.MHTLEV. 



FRIDAY, .lANl AltY 



11 



1880. 



The cyrlidie niiivo* with nwful ••und 
AiiUitoulMt buaru mult (luakr, 

wmb balldlap lappi* !• tlw gmai 
And dMlh fDlInn I* Ifc* w*ki. 



PERSONAL aOSSIP. 

E. (i. tabnt, Uwil lwW , WU la Ikt * tf 
TUM 1*T- 

Bi».J. W.UwbwuliBowUacflnn ^* 
anio(tr*«nk. 

UifHuf MtPlMmm livllllivltn.J.C. 
TtU,oCCUrki IU«. 

MMmBuiIm udMaltraqiu in tMIIik 
Dr. War**! riorilr at Ulna, Kr. 

murfia KatarpTlHt A. P. Milk, et Hop- 
k D viii«,iti«wllwrl«f«r ataatkM* lor th« 

o. V. 

MliMa Carrtamd I-aer CrMutow.allarl- 
Iniioa, an ilri'lng Ihtir aant, Mi». K. F. 

Citinpbe I. 

.Mr. iiio II I'xiii rt'tiii-iiKl Tti' B'lfty 

nlKht fruiii Ntiall ttirefi M f rkt l » Cftrthage, 
III., iiKl NjinnillrM, Ho. 

Mi u  Mau l iikI N'ira Aii'trrtnn HlurMil 
I1..111.' t . Hanr.ir.i ), it^nli«N, Htxoiipaaiid hj 
Ml* l.H Ait.lt-rp.iu. Mho will maka a leii 
dAja* %tailti, lirr liuihaad'a | areoU. 

Mr. and Un. I . r. Triaa rttaraad bona lo 
rt. Woiib.Tei., Taaadaj, Mr. Trice hattai 
Ixra uaaipnltallT laaiMaad boiaa oa ao- 
niuui oc thalUaaMolhU parlnar, T. r. Bar- 

Urlil|«, 

ATTRiPaixaii— Taaidar: J W Uaidntr, 
R II Uaat, Will Haasa,l(aw York: W K Cnua, 
SI l.oiiu; .Ian I'aiiiion. KraDMIII«iT IVlla, 

I II . Miiiall; J J Wrl Imkur. LoulKlllr: J B 
trai l.. t'llK iniiatI; M II Mtrr*. l*hlla lrl| hla ; 
K 1 i nti-lr. I.uiiiav illr: s II Ittchar.linii. I larlia- 
Mllr. T. iiit . LI' 111. .1111".". I..i-imll«-; I 
Uf null«. O V It H; \\ m Niri i r, Kvan-U'lt-: 
llallartllxM, Ixilllatlllr; W II I ai'r; . t: ni.- 
Tlllai ■ W Ku wll. II l'o»rr . Kaihtillo 
M'adwwlar: H H BaU'i,H  Lou a; T J Kauf. 
aiant Claalaaati; K O Wtlliaaia. I.«iutillF: 
Jaa Alllaoa, aiaaaTllla; U B Millikta. Uarla 
aalf.W II Sloaa, RaakTllla! w J IMla, Kari- 
lii|ti a:JUTa|liir,JnoWln. Miuor, K|; W 

II t iilriiian. Uadli; A Ktraan. fbiladalphla; 

Haiu Chan.llcr, »w ^ drkt If J iU«DB, LoulJ. 
Illlo'. » I llarlall, MtbrlUai iOt » Hood 

Hibre :J r. iiroTr, Datlraa Ca; that Kytu 
XaakTiUa. Tkandaft 4 M Baalr, LaalaTlllai 
MKMial.llaa'Ula. 



GRCAMOFTHf NIWS. 

Pal* Bakar in "The Emigrant." 
"I'etn" Wtkrr with liU liaiiilaoine 
licr, Kta. I Inl liiiuii', iiid a vi li!« tlial 
I'liariiia all, l utiii   Im IIii' ()|H'I • iioii«(  
MiiniUy ni' k .laiiiiaiv I'Ni. wllli ilir 
rli'lil) lirpfsrd iiitiNii-al Kiiiirdy imi- 
lilli'il, "'rill' Ijiiinianl," r(Tcjii .lnii lfil 
li)- liliiiatll' ami i,tuirL'il Willi tii'W iiiil 
popular MDiia. Ur. liakar baa rn- 
g*gtd   lirga company to »u| pori 
him. 

Tba Ktw OrlMDi TlmwDvinocrat, 
Mondur, Oaeambar SI, 1888, ujn : 

••Deapila the illf ht driula which 
fall iMt •T«aia(, Ib* ATenoe Theattf 
wuerowdad from gallery to par iuci, 
aad befors the eurlalo rota lb* aigii 
or'Slandlnc Uooin ntily," waa Iiudk 
OUl. "I'elii" llikci H cuiiiitig waa 
known lo ill ami IiIh |irpvioii  »iii' 'i ai- 
« allaliicd ill llilMt'iiy ami tlaewbaii'. 
bail gaiiiol for liliii an. I hi.- ' onipan) 
a rrowiktl liotiaa to wiliieaa ilia Dial 
ptrlbrioince hereof '■The EiiilgraDt,' 

DIraetor* Klactad. 
Tba ilookhoiaera of tba Fim Na- 
tional Uauk mat Iq tba rraaiileni'a 
room Turaday Jaa. 81b, aadclpclnl 

tlie followliiK (llrrrliira for the cn- 
•iilngyrtr: S. H. Crumbatiiili, .1. 1' 
lVi)tl»P, It r. llivo., (' I .lanrll, \V 
A. I. iwry, It \v I) i«ii. r, W. I. 
Tliiiiiil»i»ii, (iei . W. (iiaviJ, .loliii 
Muayoii. Tlii! Iloanl llicti iniaiil 
iiioiHly ( lt rlP(l Ihi' lollowing iilllc i i  
S II (,'i iiiiibauKli, rrcaltlml ; W A 
l.owry, Vi. u I'realtleul ; ralim r 
litavtir, Caahler; Utilay Ituiwll, 
ll3ok-koepor ; Krtak I'lOuar, Uul- 
Taller. 

Tba •toekboldar* and' dlrtcior* are 
aatiadad with the pMt workerike 
bank and the Inttllatlon baa briglii 

prospi'i ld fiif Ihe fulure. 

Troublsaome Tom Vaughan. 

Tom Vaugliii", « li" "an ilii« wu k 
aenleucod tn ito ilii}s in tin- wmk- 
houae liir ihiIuin hilly pnK«e««liif; hitii. 
aelf of a wiiU li lu'lmiKitiK in .Mr. Nob- 
loll, liko baiti I.i/ii iis in the "ll'ark 
Flag,'' baa ileciili^il not to work if hr 
oan help It On Tueaday h« poiillre- 
ly refUaed to tabor for the good of 
tbe county and waa accordingly 
etrapped upon hi* back at a meant 
of poniabmaat; wbila In tbl* potflion 
he worked blwaclf loote and waa 
about to elTaot bli etoapa whan th* 
workhouie keeper, Mr. Brown, ar- 
rlrad on tba tcaue. 

DEATHS. 

.laa. lUiiiiliiiii. an olil clliieu of the 
Ml. Ctniii'l nei^hluibood, died one 
' day laat week. 

Alt old ffiMilloinaii iianiod Alloii, of 
llio Iluiiilii'iilKU m'iKbburboud, died 
vi'i)' mddi'iily, Tll '^d«y. lie was a 
vci y liiT'Kii mail weighing something 
over tUXI poiiiida and probably died 
of apoplexy. 

I'lll.OIIKII. 

Si llnp^on, ai!('d '.I,'! yeara, died in 
tlii^ city Tuoaday iilgbt. 

lielle Moore, wifi) of .1. C. Moon-, 
col, died in tlii« lily, Wednesday. 

City Court Proceedings. 
W. Ileiuienoo, fast riding. Fined 
t.'i and 

Uary Karl, col, breach of jjeao*. 
Fined 13.60 and 00*1*. 

L. B. DtTta, Ibrowing Are orackert. 
Fined ont^ ( cnl and rnnta. 

A Slight Wreck. 
'I'lie Iraiiia wc in delayed Wcdnen- 
dny liy Iho wri rl iii(; of llin 1101 lli 
bmiiid pw(.fonger Irttiii Tiii'Mliiy nifilil 
near Ciofioii. Coniiidorable damage 
waa done to the loeomolire, bat no 
body wiB hnrt. 

Qoldaii Wedding. 
Mr. and Mr«. Richard Vaqghao 
ofFairview, will on the Utb Inat, 



ICoaa A l(ii(,'( rn' livery Hiable, I'lili'a 
old atand.' 

Mr. B II. Cluggell Ilia, four freah 
milk cowt fui lale, hw down. 

Prof Ilawct will Icrluro at the 
llaptiat chinch on the Ixih intt. ou 
"Moody and hli work." 

MiM Cora Palrea enlertiined a 
party of young people at ber fatbcr'a 
realdenee lut aTaning. 

& O. Iliokman, lale of Ibli city, 
bu gone into the merchant lalior- 
ing bmlaeat at KIklon. 

Max Meudel baaadjuale.l bin bun- 
inesH iiiatlera tallafaclorlly, and baa 
riiKiimcd biisintaa at Ibo naniii tiand. 

WiUiin Iti-oH.. liraruy, have failed. 
Liabilities If 1:1,111111. Atselia about 
liiir that atiiuiint. Two much ereilil 
biiftliirifl eaiineil tbe falltire. 

l)r. I'oratiRt; will tnike bW second 
iiiuiitbly vIkIi lo tbit city to-inorruw 
and can bii found at tlvPboaat* for 
one day only. 

.MiiH Bniio Stitet will entertain} 
miinber uf bur rnenda tbia evening 
at tbe reaideneo of her paronli on 

.North .Main Sireel. 

.V freixlit tr*in waa wraoktd at 
Bakcr'a Wednetdaf Bight, delaying 
ibe North bound and Acoomnodation 
traina flro hour*. 

Attention 1* ealied to the adrer- 
liiement of tie Firal National Btnk. 
cantatalag altat of tba ofll«ara and 

director* for tbe entnlngyear. 

Tbo contract lo gat up Ihe life ai«e 
porlraitaof tba paat chancalora of 
l.vergrean Lodge, Kuiglill .tf Vfitt- 

.MlaaSillic Kutt b»l been added to 
the Muaical Kacuily of Bethel IHemala 
College and MIm Carrie Breathitt 10 
tbe Art DepirtnienI a« teacher of 
Crayon. 

A. U. Cooper, lale of Mayflebl, baa 
tiOTed to Ibl* elly lo eni;*f[c in Ihe 
Ininranee bueincta. lie baa rented 
the ItoMloglou cottage ou Boulb 
Uala. 

U'bile handling rarpcia In the n|i- 
italn room of hia atoreruom a few 
day- aiii. r, Mr. A .\, Mel/. lo.t IiIk 
lialaiH-e ami full duwii tbo Rica, ae- 
riouaiy briilaitiK bia faee and bead. 

The I'rank Hurt Company playrd 
".luat III Time" and "bavcd" lo aiiiall 
liouKPa on Monday and Tiicaday 
nlKliU liaiiiillon, the Iriah enmcdian, 
la the heat actor lu I be company. 

Thelaw grm ef Falaad, Bttlea & 
KeUnd ha* been ditaoWed, Ur. Hen- 
ry . I 8ilte* retiring., Mr. Silica will 
rflaln Iba eld pSc* Bud Tciand & 
3on will oecupv aa eflte vvar Petree 
A Uovner. 

Tbe illiaea* of Jfurlh Main juat be- 
yond the city limit* have put down a 
ifood cinder alda-waik a* far out *• 
Mr. 8. O. Marcer'a reaidane*, which 
la qnila an Improrcmtnt for (hal 
aide of Ihe town. 

Ollb'era of Pembroke MaHOnlc 
Lodicp .\o. for Ibe rntning year 
v. A. liarncll, W. M. ; W. Ilollla, S 
W.;.l. H. Wad*, J. W.i W. U. (iar- 
uet^ Treia. ; Ik X. Pendleton, Bee. ; 
A. n. Dority, 8. I . ; 3. vr. Ooring- 
u n, J. D. ; J. II. Mauie, 8 A T. 

Caldwell Courier; Tbe llriil "dirt 
waa broken" on tba e lenalou of tbo 
(lliio \ nlley road Inward) llopkiiit- 
vllle on Tlinrailay ot laal weuk. Mr, 
( . Itoan llalver in llie   "jut rai lor al 
tlili end of llie line and ia now mnv- 
Ing dirt aa rapidly a* hi* limited 
aupply uf ccrapera will admit. 

Th* Y. W. C. T. U. will Kivo a 
tele-a-lele aoeial al ll.n roaidonee of 
lion, .lolin h'riand neat Friday nlgbl, 
Ihe iHlli inat. Kvery »llort will be 
uacd to make tbu eTenln^ enjoyable 
10 all wbo alleud. The young ladioa 
alwaya ttiireeed in exery iiiHleriakliig 
und the ao. inl will not be an eacop. 
lion ^ ^' ii' ih: ini iialion ia extend- 
ed. Only ten reiili wil^ be cliarKad. 

Tbe employes of Ihe ITonderinn dl» 
rliion of Iho 1.. A N. preaenlod Harry 
Vrtalar with an elegant Ilonard 
moTeineut gold watch at (Intbrie, 
Wednesday ni^'li'. xliowing Ibe lilt:li 
etieem In wliicli tliey beid bini. Mr 
Fra/.lor received Ibo present In bia 
utual oaay graceful tlyle, wilhthunki 
in profuaion. Ourloc*i agent, Mr. 
W. W. Alexander, Intended being 
present but owing to llokneai lo bit 
family wa* unable lo do eo. 



Tor Ihe Kf NTee«n» 

TRUST. 

ar oaaTTriiaLL 
IL A fair yniiiig tree, of fraglla furm 
Hill iMwe l lla lieaU lu th« plulaaa alona— 
Till tba wlod aatpt bj; th»a la Bodaal pr.d i 
Tha Irea ttaod ap. Uaa III bttlde? 

rha laaiteidiiiVithrtaaaniiacMyb 

He Koroiwd 11* laavaa, vllb aoaatldo btaiai 
Dm Um *T*iUn( eaaia wlUi lUfeatla daw 

And (111 tna looked up, and anilad aaevr 

riien ILii while Irual fell, and Uie Iravea Inroad 

lirovvn 

And one, by one, esiix' riHthug down, 
Wlipn the .sorrowfnl irfu ln-nl lla r,trin to Ihe 
hlnal 

A a  lltd WiatarVatiarlotor in- Hcwpiut 
Hut the baarl within wnavvanii «ltli no e 
W llh Ihe faith that coaiea frniu loalina aliove 

And tba tra* pM^UA «p with friDn^a bare 
DAylai "llaarea will hear nr laaaaaApraier" 
rot WlatordiatMi tba lap a( (pitaf 
And mamr bUda baf aa t* alo*- 
TNatna lo«t*a«Ptlu, altb waa atroog 
iBfla* ■•Beam will bau aad blaaa m loni" 
mawM eaaaa d«wa, wnk Itamaaloat eolo* 
AMi lkii traa,   ld all aaiura rejelce- 
f*r bade bnrat fortb, aad bloaaoaia Ma 
NeaUi tba tbowai* that Ml Ilk* haaTenI j daw, 

i b talaMaa baani vbaa aarUi ehlUa Uir )oj 
AaddlaappolnlmnUbytpimel«)  " 

I up with an are of lallb aad aaa 

II llnwa with bleaalnf of love to tbea: 

WlHMi III,' Krluf-klliK rldca In lifr'a alo ma 
Itnv Itin.il'lv .ton n In, raiinol tiiirni 
Tliongh llie hvart laiuta iieath tha noonUde 
ruje 

l.ook 11^ a loving Uod to prnlac; 
't hen tbe (rosia wlllahanae to liH'iiiy dl^w 
And tha noon will hnntc no harm I., yo4. 
I IV«ttatnM wlUaw^apaa bamteee l ; 
It wa look Willi ah eye nl lallh on hliih 



THR0U9H THE HEAftT. 

DICK GARY INSTANTLY KILLED 
BY THE ACCIDP-NTAL DIS- 
CHARGE 01- A PISTOL. 



«atobr«t*4.th««ftlMte]H^i^iJih J^j^ma*J^(Brjuj^ Mw^W^'f, oa^P»- ?:iL,if* 5?^^ i iS^'t}'ii?'r 



Full and Reli.ihle Di l.iiK cl The Oc- 
(-uri'ime. 

Cicorge itii'liuril Uaiy, laiiiiliarly 
known aa Dick Gary, aon of It H. 
liary, a'|ironiincnl clll/, .'n of Ihoeouii- 
ty, living l|iree mllei (oiithofibe 
cliy, waViiMelilcnIally killed Wednea- 
d*y. ,8fai «(|ir/4b * l'lia went Into 
hi* mother'* room »t home and aai 
down by Ibe window tn citan hie 
gun, preparatory to taking a bunt. 
After floiahlng tha gun lie got out Ida 
platol, a 38 eallbra Smilbft We*ton,and 
began ideaning lliat aUo. Tbo re- 
volver waa rtiity and Ibe eyiiiiilcr 
rod would not pull out and ivblle 
trying 10 draw it out witb a l air uf 
pinelieri', the iiiiiz/.'o being pointed 
loward Ills l) id , Ibe weapon wai 
diH-liurged ami llio hall eiili iid liU 
hniiy.pa-'Miiti t hi oiifili ,ir near t lie low- 
er pat I of bia heart. No one waa in the 
room at tbe time excepting hia older 
brother Jimer, whouw the accident. 
Whan tba platol Irad ha asclalmod, 
•' Jim I'm (hot" and felt dead out of 
tba chair In wbleh he waa illtlng. 

Mr*. Gary wa* In an adjoining 
room and ruahed in upon hearing the 
ahol, biit when *be reached him he 
w** dead. Tlw accident oi-nirred at 
half paat ona tf'eloek. Mr. tiary, hla 
fattier, waa away from bomo but 
waa nent lor aud "onn ai rivi d. 

Deceaaed waa 2-J years of age and 
a )uung man of good hablia and no- 
b'e iilipulaoa. lie bad j oil -I the 
.Metliodirit ehurcli only about two 
weiks lielore and waa leading a nioal 
exemplary life, iboii|ili be had nerer 
l.oeu a very wild or a diaaipkted buy. 
lie wa* unmarried and bad recenily 
laaurnd hi* life In the Kortbwe*terii 
QiiB(f|i|«rof,|f^. VDfbIa to hie 
mother. 

No loqoaat waa^deamed nrce*«ary 
*n4 lM'flin«mt W».ImI* 7«alarday 

*t ona o'clock p. m. and Iba remaina 
werotuterred at ibo fanlljr burying 
groMud in the Ticlnily. 

' SOUTH OHmBTIAN. 

Pee Dee Matter* 8*rv*d Up By Our 
Regulir Corr**pondent. 

Pan OxB, Jan. 7tb, '80.— Chnalmaa 
with all ofila aweet aaaociaiiona baa 
come and gonr, but Ibe pleaaurea of 
eai b happy day will bo treaaured up 
ill our monioriea for yeara to eoiiie. 

The .\maa tree atthi* placawaaa 
well managed affair and a deelded 
aucceaa. 

Mr. Tilman .lonea hua I. en con- 
lined I u bla lied lor - veial Hiekp, 
and lias bid hevcrul very severe hem- 
orrhagea from the lungti. We un 
der..iaiiil he U improving in health 
and hope lo aee him out again auon. 

'Mnf 9. W. ' Jone* haa been quite 
aicic for MToral dayf, hut I* better at 
tbl* writing. 

Hon J. 8. Lougaereaud Mra. K II 
Lmgacre, of Parla, Tunn , have bten' 
Tiaiilng Ibe faiiiily of J. I I.,ougaere 
at I'iH  Dee for tbe paal neck. Dur- 
ing Mr. I, illgai le'a HJV III this 

eouiiiiunlly be delivirid ij'iilean in- 

Illr-lillg leetllic ou ibe hulji't of 

agi icull lire. Tbo Iteluip ««» «ell 
reel i\'e.l liy all who heiiid him lle 
urged the people lu uuliu with ibe 
organiitt'on known a* tbe Agtieul- 
turai Wbeci, that they may be bitticr 
prepared to iioid their hand with the 
uiouupoiie* of tbe country. 

Mr. John llarrlion haa pitched his 
teal in Pee Dee for the next twelve 
nianihi ' 
tUt. Imert Oaflbrd and lady bare 
returned from a visit to frienda aud 
relative* lu Stewart eounly, Tenn. 

Iho K«T. .Mr. I'elera preached al 
i'a* Ore on Ibe lirst Lord'-i Dtv in 
Ibta year, ami will prolrael the ser- 
vb eH fur suine days. Wu hope »oine 
good may be done in the name of tbe 
i.,ord. Tam (»iiamteu. 



IMATRiMONfAL. 

Mil* I'Uiu Nortliliigtou, of Padu- 
cah, (tirmeriyoirUilt. eUy, wa* mar- 
ried B few daya Wnce to Mr. Wooiley, 
ofMayOaldr 

Circuit Judge L. P.Lltl!*, of ' the 
U(Bdaa*o»aircwil,i Hi'll . bft. ;w»rrled 
oa «h«10tftinat(tt*.llltB JMnhte K 
lleacb, of New Jrriey, lately a teach- 
er In IlartlDrd college. 

Jlr. lijai. T.'Tandy and Mia* Mat- 
tie Hlabm*n witl'bt married in this 

city uii tbo l.'xli init. 

Marritid, al Ibe resideneo of the 
bride's laihcT, Mr. . I. din lloiirlutv, al 
:i:;iii o'clock p. m., Wednesday .l»ii. 

1SS1), by llev. J. T. Barrow, Mr. 
W. iliggeratalT aud Miss Maggiu A. 
Courtney. 

Marriage Licenie*. 

1: W. liiggeratair lo Maggie A 
Courluoy. 

% OOLORtn. 

Henry Oldham lo (ioorgia llratne 
1^^^^., Jackson lo Doni* Casky. 

' ' - THe'sIOK. , ; 

kra..Tom Adami ii quite aick it 
her home near Bareriy. 
Mri. I . P. nulltaaB, Of CIrareh 

Hill, ia Tory atck w!i(ii imauMiitita. 

Mr9. Jeasc Cileo, who tl|| been 
tery aicl^ at licr home ne|J^nbwell, 
\ mu«lt.WproxiKl. ■ 

\ Vji 



. . BIOGRAPHICAIr, 

Sketch of Prof. C. H. Dietrich, Princi- 
pal of Ihe Hopklnavlile Public 
School*. 

No nily In Kentuokv, however 
large, lia* a belter ayatem of lohool* 
than llopkinaTllie. Ten yeara ago 
Ibe city wa* almoat entirely withcni 
common acbool facUitlea and wti do- 
poiideiil wbulely upon the coliegoa 
ami private schools for tlio proper 
udueatloii uf Ibe cliildicii uf the c'.ly 
The ivKNii i KiAV, then as nuw In the 
Iroul ranks (if progrcea and advauce- 
liieut, threw lis energies into Ibo 
uork of establishing a eiidltable 
fystcm of piibilc schools by bonding 
liie city to Ihe extent uf 
$'JO,000. Tbe progreiiive elameul 
uf our people, iben mudi 
weaker Ibau at thla time, oiganized 
for Iba work and an election waa 
callwl late lu 18(9. We all remember 
the flaroa and bilteratrngglain wblcb 
even the pre** of the elly wa* divided 
Hiid bow tbe victory was won by 
the earnest and aliuo..t auporhnman 
cllorts of the friends of the iiieiMire 
led by such nioii as It M. I 'liii l''i):lii 
 i. .\. Cliampiln and c titers wlio weie 
wise enough to foiesee Ihe gieai 
blessings that would be derived lioin 
Ibcae seliooN. I)r. l-'airlelgb and Mr. 
Cbampllu ate no longer living but 
they lived long enougb to see tbo 
tcbools all that they cuuld have iiopid 
for them, 

'i'lie preaent building wa* (reeled 
in 1880 and ou Dec. 81, 1880, Prof. U. 
ii. DIetrioh came to Ihi* ciiy lo coa- 
ler with tbe Trustees in legard le tbe 
pusiiion of luperlnteudent.Tbey hav- 
lug boen iu correspondence with bun. 
il'i came tirongly recommended and 
thu Trustee* selected hilD from alarga 
number of applicani* to take charge 

of the mJiuoIs. 

I 111 1\ I'. 7. 1  ftl, I he ne w M-liiiiils 
Hi re cpeuid H nil 1 i);lil le.li liri a ai.d 

:i-JI pupils. I'rof. li.. |ii. 'i Hi nt lo 
ivuikaud it auou ht\.'umu itiuuilVst 
that bo waa Ihc man for tbe place 
Kverytbing was ayatematixed and in 
ihsruugh running order wlthlu ■ 
very abort time aud by tbe end of 
liie drat balf-te((ion ihe auccesa of 
Ihe (obooia wa* aa*ur*d. In tbe fab 
they reopened with aolnereaied aiien- 
d(nce and people soon began to II n k 
Into Ihe city from surrounding coun 
ilea and a census taken in 
18ff."i -bowed that persons lii 1 

beeu added lo the |K pulation of ihe 
eity within live )ear . Tlie ^. hool- 
.il'uve hII I liini^H wer,' i ii -I I II mental 
ill liriii);iiig nl'oiii ihis rapid gioivih 
of the l ily. Year sfier ; ear I'lol 
Dlelrleb baa been re-elected and year 
after year Ihe ailcudanca has lu- 
creaied andoue after auoihtr of ibe 
four reterve room* in the echool 
building have been occupied. Tbi  
year there are 060 enrolled pujills 
and tfairleen iaachera, ibe JaalMr's 
loom having bieo converted Ittoe 
bvliool room lo scconimodale tbe ia»i 
over-dow of pupil*. The Trusirr* in 
order lo meet future deiiiauds litvi 
laluly buugbt auolber lot in Ihe 
southern pui lion of the eiiy and an- 
i lher buildiug will be irei ted with- 
ill ilio t ext two yrai', In ibis coii- 
melioii il is pioper (bat a hi ief .ikelili 
of I he mail N\ l.o-i- tailtiiui uirL I h- 
laigcly (Oulributtd lu uiuko these 

 .cboot( What Ibex ehould be giv- 
en. 

Cbas. II lliilrirli vva.x l.orii In 
I'uderickaburg, Ubie, b pl. HI IHIU 
end ia Ihe youngrat of a liimily 01 
eigiit cbitdren. Ill* anciator* were 
from Germany and leltied In Peuu 
sylrania prior lo Ibe Revolutlonar) 
war, where bia father, John Oletrleb, 
was born. I'rof. Dielrleh was educat- 
ed in his native village and In \t^~:i 
graduated Iroin the Clbiu Central 
Xuriual School at Wasbiuglou ni.d 
Ihe next year entered (.' dmiihus I'li- 
iveisity. from wblcb he gradiialed in 
lleiiiughl two yiai^ in the 
plihlie r., liiii.la of Collimliii- when hi. 
hejlth I'jileil ami h • wenl lo .\e« 
Mexico, whore under (iuveruuicul ap 
poiniiiient he engaged In tbe miner- 
al survey of that territory. After 
regaining hi* health he returned lu 
Ohio and wa* tbe next year elected 
(nperlntendent of onr newly organ- 
ized •chooii. Prof. Dietrich Is per- 
•onaliy an exceedingly genial, all'i- 
hie and popular genlieman. Ha is a 
Iborougb disciplinarian and posseisrs 
unusual executive ability. He ia by 
nature endowed with Iho rei|uisUesof 
an educator and wc  Jo„l: 'f he Ims 
any 1 qual in tbe State in the psriie. 
tilar braiirli n! school work lo which 
liLs lalcnli. Hie devidiil. II.' eiji)s 
llie unliiiiili d cenllileiii e 01 ilj,. p«. 
troiis of Ibe schools and the public al 
large and be bai a* many warm per- 
sonal friends as any man lu the oily, 
ilo Is a leading mi niher of the ma- 
sonic fraleinlty, iu w hicli or ler ho 
has allaiiied a high stsmling 

He was married, Nov. 28, 18S3, to 
MissHinalolt Linder, of this ally. 
Tbev bav* two children, CsrI, a 
blight four-yeir-old, and ituih, the 
baby aud the Idol of Ihnhonaeliold. 

Its Delicacy of Flavor 
Aud the elTlcaey of its aclimi Inyo 
rendered tbefnmoiis California lii|iiiil 
fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, im- 
mensely popular, it Cleaii'es and 
'Tones up the clogged and feverish 
System, and dlapeU lleadaobea, Colds 
and fever. For sale in M conia an I 
fl 00 bottles. 



Life'* Mola Hllia and 



Mol^i 



n*. 



A Speck Of War. 

AUCKlAlili,Kt,W Z(AI.AKII, Jin 0 

—Advieea f^m Samoa lay that the 
German man-of- war Olga loit twen- 
ty men kilUd and thirty wounded 
qfit of a paity of 120 men Mut io as- 
siat Tamaaaeaa agaiuit Ualaafi. The | 
QerMaaai«ei«'e«mp*lled to roirrati 
tS^ir ' Tbe commanders of | 

Ihil Arittth and Aoierlcin iiti-n of- 
war received an inlimalloB of the 
German lutenlloni, bnt they remalii- 
ed inacUvo. 1 



Mr*. 1)0 f 'iisli - O. yos. niy plan of 
managing a mim Is to let bim biivo hU 
own way in siuii'l tUiii^.s, und then he 
in mine iln|ir  ».ir.! "in 11 you upposo 
him in 'grcHl thln|,ii. ll la simpio 
enough nnd ooay. 

Fidr Toung Bride— But what do you 

cuWhiiiiiII tllitio^? 

•■O. BiiioUiiii; 111 111., liiick lihi'iiry. sil- 
ling witb bis logs ero.ssi'd. uugloulllig 
to properly ndjuat bin necktie, and lo 
on. There's no use llgbtiiig uboutsuch 
tbin^jT*. iliit vvlieii u luiiii bi'i:iiis erit- 
ii:lhliig uiililuerH' hUU it is tiiue' for u 
woman to iiaitet horwilf"— i'Ai'«('i(« 
phia Vi'ecorit 

— A .Snnibiy-scbool boy, upon hi-Inf? 
naked what iinldo lUe lower o.' I'i^a 



. —ill wbiit inoiitb* do .people marryf 
A country lulniator in Uew England 
!;aii nmrrlnd 98 couples. Of thoso 17 
were iiiiirried 111 Ucficmtjor, 14 in 8ep- 
teiiiliei*. '.I in Jiimniry. H iwoh In Juno 
und Octolwr, 7 uach in Maren. April, 
Hay and November, 6 in Auguat and i 
each in Fcbniiiry and July. 



SPECIAL LOCALS. 

Caf inp( IMinlo^rsiiliN |300perdci. 

at Amlt'ivimV ^'al|i*ry. 

Don't Wait! 

The Great Mark 
down Sale is now on 
at M. Frankel & Sons. 



ANNANIAS 

All IboaewhosiyMiKEE&COTHE 
tillOCKitS cannot soli as clieap as 
any reliable bouse in tha buainesa 
mult ba iluaal deieandant* of the 
above. 

- _ — 

Groods are being sac- 
rificed at the Great 
Mark Down Sale ot 
M. Frankel &Sons. 




TXT-A- ^ X E5 ID! 

Kvery one lo know A W. I'yie will 
give bis personal attention to all fu- 
nerals enlrusted to us. He ba* bad 

'JS years experience in this line and is 
will known throughout ilio county. 
Uur stock of robes aud cellius ia coin- 
pleto, embracing ail grade* from tbe 
beat metiiic 10 Ihe cbeapeit wo^d 
ciillins. At i'yle'ii old stand In Hen- 
ry Uhirk where some oue oan be 
found day and night. 

Youri lo commiiid. 

C. R CLARKE A CO. 



Come at once or you 
will miss the bargains 
we are now ofiTering. 
M. Frankel & Sons 



FOR RENT. 

Tbo faim owned by It P. Owsley, 
and on which the late W. N. Chil- 
dless lived laal year. Fur lerma ap- 
ply to U P. Owaley, P. O llopklua- 

vllle or il-veriy. 

"THE JEWELER." 

W. li. 0:vey, 'The Jeweler" of tlie 
ciiv. Is now loeated in lluekner I.,eav- 
. il s Ding Store, wbeie he is prepared 
10 do any and all kinds of .Icweliy 
Iteiialring al abort iioilco and in a 
aaliafaclory manner, at reaiouable 
rates. 



REMEMBER ! 

Richards & Green 
keep a well selected 
stock of fresh and re- 
liable grooeries and 
are prepared to sell 
as low as anyone. 

.Mrs l  ('. 1,'ii hariUoii has iiiovd 
her (Ireaa making over J. 1  Ituasell's 
old etanii, Main alreel. 



All goods will ba sao- 
riticed. No reserve. 
EverythinR goes at 
the Great 

Mark Down Sale. 
M. Frankel &Sons. 



A Large Stock oi 
Chewing and Smok- 
ing Tobacco. Also a 
fine line of Cigars at 
Richards & Green's. 



REMOVAL. 



We Irivi! iiio\cd onr slock of Grn- 
lerles luM door to N. U. Shyer'a, 
South .NUiii street, whore we can be 
found iu future ivitli a full liuo O'' 
ibeU goods ( ' ill Slid sen iia 

' M 8. ri:l!lilNS*CO. 

132 

Ounces— 12 pounds of the llnesi (iran- 
ulal'd Sngar lor f I IKI at ('II AS 
MiKKK AoCOS, TIIK (ilKICKKS 

Richards & Green 
respectfully solicit 
your trade. Good 
goods at living prices 
Call on us. 



PIT4.--AU l iUinpiioit (rfotiy Ur Klln 's 
 l*a«tN*rvM Hwitorvr. No Kil, afUT lir-t 
•lay's UM. .Marvi Mulls I'ltn-H. 'rrcitise siiM 
n 110 trial iMUIurnH) U) 111 eflsiiH. UeiU ti  Lir. 

ICUne, ni Arch at,. I'lein. I'a. 



SMOKERS. • 

FuU line of Itica li C /a. Hopkins- 
villWBniiAiW 'l\ bie«na» 
McKEE ft C0'«, TBE GROCERY 



. PUBLIC SALE. 

i wi I .ellat piihllr ancllou on Tuei' 
il iv, .1 111. «i Ihe (i.vsley farm near 
ll^veili, ilie pariiier-hip properly of 
It I  (l.vrliy mid the late W. N 
Cbiblies., cHii-islii.g of ,*i good work 
mules, 2 wagous, i drills, 1 mower, I 
biiiilnr, 200 bill, corn, 11 bead of cit- 
ilfl, 10 head of iiock hogs, 16.000 :iis 
tobacco and fanning implHuienls of 
all kinds Terms nude known on 
day of sale. J. N. Cbldreia, Adni. 

H. P. Owily, Surviving Partner. 
Jan. 11, 1888. 



Becauae of Uio (amlni 



Sweet and Irish Pol aloes, Cabbage, 
Turnlpe ind Unions in tbe verv lin- 
eal condition at CHA8. McKEBft 
CO'S,TUEGItOCBRB. 

Our mark Down 
sale will be a Hummer 
and a Stunner. Look 

outforus. 

M. Frankel & Sons. 

"lasses 

Finest N.O. Molasses from tOc up- 
wirda at C. MciiEE ft CO'S TUlt 
OBOOBBS. 



DR.T. W. FORSHEE, 

The KeoowDtil LjiecialisI idiI Surgeon of Die 

Coffee Medioal Institate, 

No.3.' i.Uli Avr. LOUISVILLI* KY., 

WilUi-it IIu; Miir.villu ht the PflOBIlIX BO- 
TKl . SA I t KliA V. Jan. IStb. from ■ A. M . lo 
ft r. ftl.,oNE DAY UNL.Y.,M 1 raturo evtry 
fuur weeks ueit rtar. 

ru. Kiilt^lIKR WU ft Piiriron In lln lat« 
wtr, iml II- • ilevotftl his hit) to ih« stu lv of 
l»B«ftwtur Muinun anil the U -rliiin nrxt De- 
forniitles. Hfi tromci prtf^iarrd to | erfomi anv 
oterallon, and will $iV9 |l,M.O fur metm be 
iNtlaiooMra 

TrMUaUeur«lil«H«dleal aad iwglraldit* 

(UM. 

AUITTR AWD CHBOXIO 

o ▲ T ▲ » an s 

DiuMos of the -Ct^ Bu*, Vom, TkMM utf 
Lunta, D UMMl*. BrlKlU't U1«MH* DMtMii 

Ki tneta, LhrtT, Bladiter, Cbroaln and ftniftle 
Seioal l l«eai(w. 

Epilepsy or Fits Cured. 

A r().-;iri\ 1; tii .\i!.\.NrF,K. 
TOUNQ AIID IIIDDLE AQ£D USH 

SiiffiTintt from H|h rnislorrtra from pmir* in 
jniilh.iir I'M- KAMI niHliiri't YeHrK, rikI nthcr 
caupi'"', iiri-iiiriiiK no i enf the itillnwiiiK i ff.-cti 
ItlntriiO'', il('i)iii(y, nerrouniMN, ili tltie*a, roii' 
fuHion iik'Ki. itv  r»ion tu •octetv. it«fvotiTO 
iiijiiiurjr nn l vxh iiintiju, «liicl) iiiillta Itie rtn* 
iini for btiiineBii or marrtaite, are pvrmanentlj 
I uKd by rcmeoiea nut Utjnrlt ut. 

BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, 

Syi'lnhfi, an l rt in|ill 'Attiiii«. an a  ri] Diriat, 
faliiiiH I'f liair, imiti In [lit- buiie^, orii[iti  ii«, 
Pie , an? | t'rfi'i il  erti Mi .iinl uitliuitt iiHlnn 
nifri'iiry OP oitier ininriMiiH ilnii". iiONOK. 
ItlUKX. (licet, Htri.'liin' aii'l I nimrr aikI 
Ki Mit'f tr )uli!t)fl a.t niio mlly  -uri il Im treat- 
ment ihat bai never failed. ' 

He undertakeH no Incurable dlaeaaei, bat 
cures tbouatDda given op lo die. 

Uemnntber ttin date aed rome rarlv, aa lit* 
mnniit are Mlwajra erowdeil m hi-n-vt^r ne stop*. 
Couauttalloii free CArn-RpDiiilciu-f »  liclt«d 
andoondicDtlil. Aildrena 

T. W.rOBSEIX.K D., 

liOMhAv*. LODUTILU, KT. 

Dso.M-tf 



WANTED COLUMN. 



[AdrartiMmcDta for baip. iitnAtlona ai 
ebaiiublvobjrcla, notMc«0d(uf urllMi, « 
bt glTM two iDPertlona tn$ im ihia ooIiubii.) 

WANTrn-A Mti', riirrftetlorornitmndOBt 
fii' the Kri.tuckiaii tn uvwry neisbtwr 
liiKiil ID lilt! I uunty. 



A.M. WalUa, thla omee. 



I job otUca. 



ANTKii-i pofitiiin bf A Ptmoffraphtr. 
Willi M-\vr!i\ iDiinihi axpfrlraat, to 4o 

iirnil •-n.'i' ^\' rk. liuld MlWueN tW- 
lint. A'l :r MM liMk Uilll. 



N ri'.D- I'H.i prnrilral priiitt-m and M' 
lioni'iit I'll I iibl'abrrrt di-Kire to piirrhaMI. 
 'oniitry |ia|t  r un enny ti-rini», or will tnke tbp 
bu^tntm inanagititii'iii ami do tbe niecbanlral 
work on a mliablu paiier. Itpxtof rer^itii'nen 
■latlnna an to Cbrla un rbaract^r nnd bimtre* 
'■•laMloalionit. A'idrepa ''IM aLmuiiifl," Wick 
iiir-, Ky. 



WANTKt -iiT(«r)bMl7 wh** ow«a me tneall 
at Clark at Co'a . atisf oldatundsSiiii mi tie 

al once and avoid cotU. A. w. PYI.K 



Ta^rn U|i anntraT A. Hn-ffirr, llvln* 
nvairtbiircblllli. hy., ou tbo nw't Mill Hoad 
itlMiUt If DsllM a^uth o( llopkioaTillr, onn 
IiroMrn Cow aciHl about flra yamn and ap- 
) ral ed at tt n fbdUra W ineaa air hand and 
keal tbU iftlb of li cembar )«M 

b. D. YOUNUi-UVB. J. P. 0. C, 



STATEMENT 

OK TIIK 

CITYBANK 

Al tha alas* alBaslaasa, 

or iiopsiNtviLLB, cr. 
DECEMBER Slit, 1888 

BBSOUttCIS. 

M'fsanit UlllsDIsooaatail. ... 

heiitinsali. 

n.n .laa Hoaa-aad Flxtaraa. 
cash sadS'iMKaaaaacr, 



|1SI SI9 3\ 
IIS) SI 
7.r«M 00 
1IU.6U 08 

l 6l,H 9 97 



I.IABIUTin. 

Csl'ilsl SO" l, iso.iooiw 

•«I|||||||. Kiisil 40.000 1 0 

IlDiliviiii.i en iii- Mil n 

l|illililii«l|l  |si.|U, 1MI9I;  

lluatn Hanks.  .  ! «s 

Sol aside In pa, IRZ. fiiooo 

lilvliloBd No. 1 1, unpaid sii m 

•• 17, Ihia dar ».*» 10 

IIS4.WII 17 

Konnrlalmad Da| oslU rcmalalagover ilv« 
vesn. 

a. B IjOXU, Caaklar. 
awnm lo bafafaaa, this i'st liar at IMeaai- 

bar, IWI, 

T.«;.tOK0, st.Pab.a 0, 

■l ■ . 



s. K. Tan s. I'lTs. 



W .1 . Tiiicr. Csih'r. 



.1. u. Ui 8SI1.I.. v.r. .1. II. Tsii K, .\M't(;aib'r. 

STAIEMGNT 

or TBI 

Planters Bank 

or uopKinviLLa, sr. 
33xom%tmm» aiat, lawe. 



»BMVBOB . 

N i-asiiii BillaDlaaoaaiad, .... 

Hiiilil Ktcbania, 

office KurnUure, 

HoBi iBUia lor OaM 

bloaks aad Boaos. 

Oaali oa hand, 



I.I VIIII.ITIC9. 

L'aiiltal 8h»k paid In 

Individual tlopMlta, 

Due othsr Hank*. 

Iiirldead No M, IhU dafi .... 
.Surplus Fand 



.. iista n 

.. t,80l U 
.. IMI W 
1.0(0 at 
.. a%oMir 



ini,triM 



|Si,oi*M 

lai.ori IT 
inoi St 

».IOII to 

l;l.:h^ 



•iiik.i;i OS 
n'.L.TBIUB,Ciubl r. 

Sui...'rii.e.| HDil NWora 10 liafOctt me, Ihia 

Deeeirlu.r Ii-ss. 

laa L. Smith, Nitary I'ubll 



VELLOtV IIONt. 



veiLOW TUB* 



Use "Peerless Brand" 

rBI8S,BAW 0TITIB8, 

MlaeM and paeke4 with oloaallaosaaad cam 

0. H. F£&BSON & CO., 

BAL-riSIOHB. UO. 
They efo The Boat. AakVoarQfaaertseTkoai 



OPERA HOU^ JAN. 21 

Iteturn u( tiia fopalarCointdfaa. 

Pete Baker. 

-i» T«a— 
tlTXIIBtr COMBDY 
on the road. 

The EmigraoL 



EKcelsii Fldng Mills 



Wagon Factory! 

JVe desire to say to the People of Christian Coun- 
ty and Ae^oinin§ Counties that 
our stock of 



Lum, BoiE I wm, 



Of all kinds is fuU and complete in every depart' 
ment. We are prepared to furnish on 
short notioe any and all kinds of Material 
used in building. In Builders Sard- 
ware and Farmers Hardware we 
show a nice assortment. 
OUR LIJfES OF 

Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys 

AND ROAD OART8, 

Sarnesa for Butties, Wagons, ^o., of aU styles 

and varieties. We sell the 

Homestead Fertilizers 
For Tobacco, Oom and Wheat. 

Also the Thompson ^ Edwards "Old Stand' 
ard^' pure hone fertilizers, ^'the best goods bring 
the best results," Have complete line of first'Olass 
farm machinery ofaU kinds. 

All goods at prices da Low as can he found, 

Quality Considered. 

FORBES ^ BRO. 



T. IIKIlNllOM. 



TUM P. MAJOB. 




(Sucrassors lo IIkiincii.v, Uallums Hi Co) 

Tobacco Salesmen 




W AREHODS 

CLABKS VILLE, ■ - TENN. 

BespeeUullr sollelu Ike patnaago o( laraMtsanl ilaaloia ta lolMao. tkreaihoal VbiMiaa 
and adjoUiiig eoaaiioo. Caralttl aad praaipt atlaaHoa to all baataaas aalnstal to aa aMI all 
omasa o i aaa l ai t a. sfcoalasi ao W aa. W. IwmUm boat aad most aonimodloaokoasa la tha ITasli 
laaailag pla.tr at now, mk Ika auklsa la to dispatch boalaeas pnmpllj. 

BarttdoB. dk SCaJor. 



MAT QAITIIKK, MaiiUKi'i'. r. K. iiANT, SalaimBii. 

CANT  L CAITHER CO., 
Tobaooo Oommission SCwrolieinta, 

BdFZINSVILII ,ST. 



All tobaoeo Inaared, 
Cotoaa otberwlae ordered. 



YOUR ATTENTION 

18 CALLED TO MY STOCK 01' 

Holiday Goods! 

WllKN l\ ('LAHKB\ iLI.K 

CALL AND SEE THEM! 



-A FUU, I,INK OK- 



Drugs & Druggists' Sundries 

AI-WAYSON HAND. 
E. K UOUAllB, Proprietor, .... CLAUKSV ILLK, TENN. 



ILlt.AUtU-NATlir. 



OBO. C, LOMU. 



Abernathy & Long, 
:OBNTBAD 




g0rh\\ ooDaltmnaiiU of TobMoo will raoelre our parton.1 BttBiiUoii 
both iq StmpUBg tad 8«UlDy. Booau Bnd BUbiM for Drirtra tad Ttemt. 



Caldwell & Handle, 



-MAHurAoriiRKts or — 



PBIOBS: 
Beaarrsd • aia, 

w sad 7lo. 
Acoordlag to 

looallon. 
Uallrrr. - »5ii 



Mala al UalhraaU's rrldax, itm. IMk. 
OMIiaii-lk*a«rtMw. ' : , 



m\m IRON, CORNICF, WINDOW CAPS, 

ttssiJG, mm, mm\ axs on lots i trmir. . 

ABO DBAUM H — 

Tinware, Glassware, Qooensware, Cutlery and Lamps. 



hmm 




Hard fuitiiivs cvcrv l)unuli.T can command; 
To (haw inie beauty show-j ;i nias^tci's liand. ^ 

il.tiiiic iiiu .iraliun .  f llic h ory So.ip .•.ilvcrtisomcnls have 
rcauil s(i nui. il f.ivoiable comment, aaJ Uic requests for Copies 
h:cn so mimcnui;, v,o luivc, to mcit the demand, bound in the form 
of a Drawing and Palntinvr Hook (size 6 k t) inchrs) twenty-four of 
the most spirited anil pleasing of tjic advertisements. \Vc will send 
owe of these books with a pad of t\vcnty-fonr sheets of drawing paper, 
i nst-paid, to any ore who will mail US, according; to directions below, 
liltccn Ivory Soap wrappers, ^. . 



. f)f' 



FOl'tOtV THF-Sft l)Il?FCTIONS. 



Out out thp rnntur ploco of each wrapper and put thorn in tho en- 
velope with your iutter, saying what you want, and give your address 
In full. Ao atteuliim wilt be palil to vrquentH for OrawiHg Vookt, 
dfc, ONiew the •^eiUrr pirret are in the envelope with the rtquttU 



18 AHD 20 nlNTU iTBUT, 

MOPKINSVIM.E. KENTUCKY 



Clieap Club Rates, 

sutwonbert to ibssuuTQ Kiktvoiiii "i 
%f glteit tbe boBefltot tbs (uiiowiaf ohssp o,ub 
rS'M with nther iiaiien antl perloUiosIa; 

• K.udUallrOonrier-JiHiraal IIXio 

• • Woj»lj ■ • SCO 
» " Uommerciil « (» 

** « «. Farmei'V Hume .loiirnhl 8 10 

•* Iloini' Btiil rarui - 

'• " DSIWK. V. WorM ... 
" " bomf-WfeklT - ... 
' " linriitKrseFrtit ... 
** reter»da*« liasKiBS 



not lM rne by llio rii-li alone, tiiil Iari;U' 
Iv by tho poor. I'lio voIith uiiitl 
tliiiik vhcn tl.oy aiu ilrrldid how 
Ihry will vote, i.ot as to what the I'f- 
I'eot Of tbeir ballot will be on a csn- 
diiUie (orGovonioror Prcei4*alt but 
iipai» njui|lollMl tsxtiton, Kbooli, po- 
ll a^«rKif,Htht  UK, ttrrat-eleinlDK, 
sewerige, docks — Topics uniiuTinip, 
CrNTfiiY for Jauuiry. 

A Piece of Her Mind. 

A lidy correipOiidrnt baa lliia to 
■"ay : 

"1 wtiil 10 al|;p I piece ol my niiml 
to accrta|i)i(iiM^ir^ud|'jealloidver- 
tiKiaK, whMit coil* UieiuaoylhlnK— 

this won't coat Ibem a cpril Iscillei-- 
ed a living deatii furncar^y two ycai-H 
n'il li iM'Milaclie'. Iiarivai'iit--, in i-ain 
-i:ni liii;.' or wuiliin^r wa-j l t*ing liler- 
11II5 iliugKcd ou) of eninlcDoe, Iny 
iniien' Increucd by drurKiiig. Ai 
Ia4i lnid0*peia'ioii, I coiDinUioil ilii  
■in ni tryliiK an adrcltlspd niediciiie. 
Dr. I'i^Tc-i''.' l"4V(H-ilt' l*re»crlptii n, 
and 11 ifiturcd itie io iIh' lileascdn-tss 
• r Bound hcaltli. Ilioiiorlbo phtl- 
elan tab*, «hM baJuiV**l eoan cnie. 
has the moral courage to adrertUc the 
raol."~Tlia nit'ilii'iiii) iiienlioued I' 
!(nrantee l tiv l urc those delii-ute iIIk- 
Caaas pocii'.iar to IcmHics. Itcitd 
prinlrd guar;tti't enii iKiltle-wrajiix'r 



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& III 



"  ioila;'a Lsdt'n Mwk . 

** Uaiborsat'aMoDlblr 

* * Leatk'a Popalsr Moatbl j 

* (Jottaite lluarUi 

" YoutaV Compaiilnn, Koa'cn 

llarp«r*s Mai^attne 

" Usriicr'* Wcrkly . . 

'■ IlnrpiT'* llii'jir 

' ■ \ iiiin,: I'l 111 li- 

ADVEBTISIKQ BATES. 



Una Inob oae time, ll.Mi oM week. Ilj(!  a 

■ostba,l . lo;twelvi-moiithii. is.oo. 

OassolnmDonu time, 118.(10; line vrq«k ItS.OC 
sla BaeBtlia,tM.0O: to tlvo moniiin, tiio.oo. 

KoT tnirtBtr tntonnaUoii apply tot asm of 
rsiss. 



"The Numtier Seven." 
(BrJullsKsblnliUrhh.i 

Jt'chard JuliDsou wrote ilie rsnicua 
history on hn-'tsefen tJliauiploiis u' 
.ijhrlntiaudoin :" St. ti'torgc, of liii);- 
land ; St. Auilrcw, ol biJOlliiad; M. 
J clii., ol !■ l aiiiv ; ,S| .laiiit i-. ol Apaiu ; 
Si. .\iilli'jiiv. III' liaiy : .~i I'.ilnrI;, ot 
111 laud; aiid Ht. David. 01 Wnti. 
J-.ituh waa a patrou Ksiiil. 

There Is a prclty legend alioui Ilia 
Island of tho ' Seven Cities." At tin' 
lime of the coni|ue tl of rtpiin V'l 
i'ortugal by the Aloorn, sm . u lii«liii|i... 
icllowed by agreat uumbi 1 ol iienpii'. 
look shipping auil abandune.-i ilieiii- 
»Blvas to their fate on Iho bij{h «eas. 
.triera tiniolhoy landed on an island 
In tlip occaii 111 re llm binliupa burn- 
I il llii' -iii |i- ami ill II mini .-I'ViMi clllfS. 
It in »iihl iii»l navi;;iiiiii  \ i-iU'd lhi» 
UO Blerioils inland, liul Hi;ie ni.-vil' 
ptniiitlcd to return. 

The Se ven yagon, Of 8ov»n Wise 
men ol (iieecp, vftru aunuib.'^rbfliten 
aiiiung lliii (irreks ul'lhe 1 ixlh veuui- 
ly bcloi": C'loisi, iii Iml fm- ilndr win- 
iloiu. 8oni'J ^nw ideir ii.iiiti r, ii^ Sn- 
juii, Chilo, I'lltariis, Itiupi, i'crianuir, 
'— ur In Ills place, Kpimetiide*, ijleoif 
iilus and Thales. 'J bay wats.^Uui. 
KOthOra ofllic eovoii inottoisr lv lRitr 
Thyself; Consider thi . .KiMt^ Uuok 
Ihy Uppurlunity ; MuhI .Men aro Had ; 
KoihlufC is iiupuHHible to liiduhiry : 
^vold Kxcesa; Surety ih tliu I'ltrnr- 
aor of Ilolu.,' lOach wr^teuiio mullp. 

llie-SeTcuWoaAnoflM Wor^" 
a  reckoned by the  fV«A^ere. Tlw 
lOjiyptian ryrauilitii, The 'IVnipId^ 
iVuiin and lianging-ijaidi'ii ol Miiliy- 
ioii. The (ireek Statue of .liipiter at 
Olyuipia, The Teuipio of Diaua at 
l^plieaui'. The Mausolcutii at Uallcar- 
iisssua, Tbo Pliarualis at Alouadrla,. 
and The Cotlosaua at llbOdcK ' 

The Hiiven days were iianinl -from 
•1.0 acveu chief gods wlioiii tlie An- 
f;lu-Saxuna woralilpi d. .NaiiiLly, tho 
'3UU, Uie Moou, TuecSj U'udeu, 'i'hor, 
I and Saturn. 

Jesn Ingelow has wntfen a pretty I 

litili'i Ill outilled, "doveii Tiiiies 

I iiii', " mid bliakofipeare li»" very ap- 
pmpi lately divided the lite-liuie uf 
one man iuto seven periods. , 

Uoinu was called the "Seven Hill- 
ed City," because It was urigiiially 
built on' seven hills- 
Ill the Hook of Kcvelallonp, John 
beheld »even raiidio siickH, and iu the 
niidi.1 lit till' I uiidle.-iii ki iippeired 
line like unto a man, huldiiiK in his 
right band seven start.'' .i;be if^efi 
atart represented the sifrea angldk M 
iheaaven eliureln?, anil the savcu 
candleatlckH, the seven ebui ehes. 

At the i.ii'(!e ot' .lericho, seven 
prlaala, bearing wven iruiupe's, vuui- 
.'pataed tbe cliy tor sovi n days; aad 
i u the seventh day, they cunipatstd 
the city tercu lloief, nbcn the (dty 
lell Boseveu Is a uiliuber of gnat 
lutrrest. 



For all tlerangenieniii of ibe liver 
•tnMacVM* bm^ takfiOhjllerce's 
fetrnK—Onrrilort. ^-^ 



lii^Oilv'ti ti. DT's Hook for .Idiiiniry 
kIvss iia an excsrdiiigly wcl.'noo 
New Velir. ' The illnitrali d fctmy i.", 
u-i wai proiiiii-i-d, a lirsl- rliiiH uiti ae- 
lii'ii. This li:m' il i-i liy I'.iiiily i.en- 
mix. and \t l ajleil, ".\f(er All." .Nelly 
ltly*H '*.\moM[^ Itie .Mail*' liaii a Hlrange 
laaciiialinii Cor peopio who wsnl to 
kiiowwlialaii enterprising woman 
dare do. 'i'liereiHa ^liont »tory ly 
Suulliwoi'lli Slieilv, wliii'li \ oil uiil 
want to read twii-i! or iiiuie. l/f.i«' 
Snow's "Woman'* Way', is hrighl 
".\iiut .lane's Practical Vortiine-ii ll- 
ii)ic" grows more practical and vaiii- 
ableeai'h iiianih. The lioii-i liold de- 
tiHrllnciil i.-^ nnu' niidrr Ihi' I liiirgc ol 
Ml'*. lia.ll Jlipe, otNew Yni k, an 
expert in iloii.e-lir inaiiag'-iiiont 
i'liere are Iwo admirable lai-hiiu 
plalesibolh colored, Ihuii alTording U- 

'are' 'rrfaiv*«i'niy guWaBw-m- foi- 

lowiug Ibe Faahion Note*. The rol- 
orwi Hoik jiiige will lie found slinl- 
taiiy viilnahli- to ilio-e who uie lian- 
ily W illi iireiile and woi k-liHsitet. 
The Htrcl frnnliHp'ei e "ilelpiii N't-eiJ," 
is a gem of artistic work. 

lu its Vaiiiiui depart ineiits Ihiukv 
Is holpral ill thr liiubest degree lo the 
tbOBgbtful and anildlioiit lady. lUre 
Juilucenicnl- are ollered 10 all live 
people who wantloexlend itsaliendy 
large dreulatloD. Wrilololhe piib- 
litArklSSe Arcb St, Pblladelpiiia. 

p^S— L-^ — 



A Lady In South C.irolln.i Writes. 

My labor was -Imi U-r iiml li -s puin. 
*ul than on two loruier oeoa«lou ; 
pliysli'laiis a ionis|i«d ; 1 thank you 
I r .Mollii r's I l ii nd. Itit worlh Its 
weight in tfold. 

Hold by iiiicknor LeavoH, Druggist 
JIupkiusville, Ky. 

8ap«-Aa MTuntdtiiili ite'ctlolft,' 

Without vonlurlnir toderide whieh 
|iiiiii is more desirable, nr tiiink 
t hero la no longer gny doubt in any 



len'a Figures in France. 

In my anemblage of rreneliwo- 
men from a ball In the Kauliunrg St 
(icriuain to a bal de I'Opera Iho niini- 
kier of admirable lignrusin vcn strik- 
ing; tbe laco may lie posiiivcly emn- 
liiil till' li^oireis nearly sure to 
he Miiprrli I hi' \\ s-p-wsiat lio inucli 
all'- 1 I 'I ill 111" liie I MianucI la sppar- 
outly couliiied to fashion plates de- 
tigued for axportatiou. Tho uuwis- 
duui of Itglit-laciiig is evidently not 
more perti i'ily ii|iiiierlaled lliiiii Its 
Ulislglitlini Iliiiiiiili Ihi- ii-iahiiti^ of 
hygiene lo lieaiit) uie (liorinigiil) iiii* 
deratood. With this cxcclleni-e of 
llgurc geiierally gnes a eurrr'pninling 
exvelleuco of carriage; in Ihii n .pi ri 
the aUll with wlileh tho l/0iii~ (.n i i/ 
heel Is circumvented Is beyond pi aiBe. 
And with legal d tu Ihu laetaiid taste 
diF[ila}eil in tbo garb which derorates 
Ihis flguru and cirriago tlie world ii 
I suMKNMk as well sgreed now as lu 
tho'tllnc V ben tbe £niprRs« set lit 
fashions for it in a more liiexoralile 
way lliaii ihe woruuD of the present 
republic can jiretend lu. I'ranco is 
Bil l, tl not tho only country lu iho 
world where dress is an art, at least 
tho only one where the diessniuler 
and tho nillilner arc «rlis!« -U'.  ; 
llrowuell, iu tho January Sciihiicr's. 



Tha Little dap'a Dream. 

Or.twa has given nt a pietnre of 
the ilapaueso dream world, by sum- 
nionlDg fruili shadow the proeesKlnn 
o(.lhe phantoms that arn very real in 
Iho child. Kliijnji, after a Hipiii r of 
rather Ion iiiiiny rieo cakes, has kii k- 
eil (III his ~ilk coverlets, anil is Iravcl- 
iiig as far iiway as hlsaoul-telhsr will 



Impartial idIihi atto lbs nfed of the alio # bl« spirit to firay. In i|ie ns 

....^.....j .......ii..  iii.»«.. — '--'ilvabnlhir, tito soul It held m «ii.- 

h'uly l»y a very slight ami liijilily at- 
leuualed tiirei '. smi 11 laN' II in -pme 
iUe a biilih'i'. I' a ehild is ni ely 
a wakeiM it. I ' -I ml 1:1 mint yiM ha ii 
ill liiiie, lie- I III I' ni is siiH| piii. and 
doalli ensuci. Iteneu tbu iialivo scr- 
»*nttrm ini»tl)! yerj»e»Pift|l (n 4ii. 
nirbtng the tlunibera ofllttle onrt — 
I 'roni «Jap,(fiWe rA*Jj. by 
Wm. SLLioHGkivViCin in Janua- 



pmpnund separation. 1'her* can h« 

t o iLipi'io I'lliciit in niir liiiininp-il 
g.ivi rnini iil. no irii' t Iroiit liie i-.x- 
iravsgaiit unit often limes cm riipl • .\- 
(leMdlluraa which iiiake lll'e In inn 

elilet ao enormously ex| eiisivr, il 

we bring Iho mass of tho voters to tho 
mimpreheiisloii of t«ro poitUit Ural, 
that Is pisyiiig into tho hands uf the 
'tnaa who make tbe^r llvigg 'put of 
I ollties 10 allow National and Slate i 
iollllcalconildcrations to enter into ry Sonbnar'a, 



Hull, .tolin S. Wine, i-on hf I 
nor and general Hi iir  \. U i^r, nf 

Virginia, coutributea io the .lannaiy 
L'aiklVBV tome of hit reminiscences 
lit a eadat of lifb at '-The West roim 
or the confederacy," and gives a vivid 
account of boya in battle at New Mar- 
ket, an engsgeineiit in wliicli .'ili of 
t he bo  s onl of a corps of 'H'l were 
killed: "L'p lo this time I was slili 
corp iral ol the guard, in eliarge of 
the baggage-wagon, with a detail of 
three men, Radwood, Slauard, 'Wood- 
llef. We had not bren relieved, in 
tbe general bnsite and conrusion. My 
orders were tu remain with the wag- 
ons at tbe bend lu the pike, until our 
forces were driven back ; in wbicb 
caao we ware to retire to • poiDt of 
safely. 'VV1i«D It bteamaeTidaiit ihst 
a baillo wta immliient, • liogiu 
tlioiiglit look pnttestloD of mr, and 
that was ihtt I would never be ab'e 
In look my (klharlo the Dice again 
if I sat on a baggage-wagon wnlle 
iny command watlu lit flrsi, perhipt 
Us only, engagement lie was a 

grim old tigliter. at llial mo iii 

commanding at retersliuri,', and a 
month later tigbtiug at odds against, 
"Kildy ' Smith until 1.60 could eoiuc 
up. lie had a toiiguo uf sttiro and 
ridionle like a lash of scorpions. I 
had nearly worried him out of his 
lilo with applleatlous to leave the In- 
stitute and enter the army. If, uow 
thai I hid Iho upp irluiiiiy, I shuul I 
fall lo lake part lu the light, I knew 
what wa  in slure for me. Napoleon 
iu KiypI poiiitid to ihu Pyramids 
and told his soldier- that frum their 
lielghts forty eeuluries looked down 
upon them. .My oration, delivered 
from tbe haggsgc-wtgon, waa not so 
elevated iu toup, hutii|ually emphat- 
ic. Mi rau about this wise: '11 lys, 
the enemy Is in our front. Our coiu- 
niand iil Htinill In ;:ii into aclioti. I 
like llghliiig iin licUcr tluin anvliody 
else, llut 1 have an eutuiy in my 
rear as dreadful as any before ua. if 
1 return home and lell my father lhat 
I was on tlio baggage guard when 
my comrades were ligliiing, I know 
luy fair. He will kill mo with worse 
than bullet. — ridicule. I thill j dii 
the commaud rorlhwilb. Any one 
who chnosea to remain mar do so.' 
All Ihe guard followed. The wagon 
waa left In charge of the black driver. 
1 )f the lour who thus went, one was 
killed, and two were wounded. 

' We I'll lined tie hallaliuu as it 
niarrhed by tbe left Hank from Ihe 
pike. .Moving at duubl.  ]uick we 
were i- an instant in line ol lialt'e, 
our right near I'le Iiirn-pike. Itising 
ground in our iiiiiiiediate tnoit c(in- 
ccaled ih frnm the enemy. 'I'hecnm- 
inand was given to slr'p fnr aciimi 
Ivuapsacks, blanket., evcr iliing Inil 
guns, cauleens and cai n iilii' liniis 
were throwu down upon the gi-nund. 
O'.ir hoys were silent then. Kvfi\ 
lip was lighily diaivn. every clo ek 
was pale: hut not nith fear. \\'i(li a 
preuiisr nervous |.irk we pulled our 
cartridge-hoxrs round to the I'r.iiit 
and ligiilened our bells. Wliislling 
rilled shell sereaiiifd ovi r ui as tip- 
pirig the hill '-resi in niir own front, 
tliey bounded o\crniir lirud.. Across 
ilie pike lo our ri;:lii I'.itlnn'i, bi igidi- 
was lying down, abresat of uk. 'At 
len-liun-n-n 1 Battalion forward! 
(luide — Center-r-rr !' shouted Ship, 
and t'lr wo started. At that iiionieni 
from the left of ilic line, s|i. si'i; S. ar- 
gcanl-Majnr Wo.Ubridgr, and p.i-li d 
hluispif forty paces in front of the 
colors IS dircctirg guide llra\e 
Kvans, standing over six feel two, 
unfurled our colon that fur days had 
hung lloip and bcdrigaled abmit iliu 
sljtr, and everv cadet in the Insliiute 
!cai (d I'urwaid, dics-ing to the en 
sign, elate and tbriiliug with the 
contoioutuaaa that •Thia  t wir ! ' We 
reached the hill-crcat lu our front, 
where we were ahre:ifcl of our sniok- 

ii!^' li:i!lcry UIiiI in tllll sight and 
range of t lie eiielity. We were pres. 
■ ing towards liiui ai •arms pon' with 
the iiglil tripping gall of the Kieneli 
iiifaulry. Tbe enemy had obtained 
onr raagf^ and begin to drop his alieli 
under odr noaea along the slope. 
K hoi's brigade rote up an.l wore 
Lhaiging on our right with tbe rebd 
yell. 

"WoodhrlJgc, who was holding 
his position as ilirecting sfrgeant, 
was ordered to resume bis place in 
the line. 

"Down tlio green slope we went, 
answering the wild cry of mir com- 
vades as ilieir musketry rstiled oiii 
its opening volleys. In auoiher mo- 
meui we tbould expect a pelting rain 
of lead from Ihe blue line crouching 
tiehliid Ihe stone nail at the lane 
Then eaine a sniind more sliiiining 
llian tlitiiidcr. that hurst dininlv in 
my face ; lightnings leaped ; lire 11 ish- 
ed : the eai ili rocked : the sky whirl- 
ed rniind ; ;iiiii I htiiiiihlcd. .My gyii 
pitclitil torwaiil and I fell upon my 
lim es. Sergeant t.'abcli looked at me 
siernly, pilyini;lv. mid i a led out, 
'Cleso up, men,' as he passed on. 

"I knew no more. When cuii- 
solontoesi returned it wat raining 
in torrents. I waa lying on Ihe 
ground, which all about wat torn and 
plowed wiih shell which waa ttill 
serceeliiiig in the air and bonnding 
on Ihe earth. 

••Poor little Caplaln IMI of 'C 
company wat lying near, bathed in 
tilood, with a fearful gash ever Ihe 
temple, and waa iiasping like a dy- 
ing ti-li Itcad, .Men ill, null aiiol her, 
ulsD badly slior, were near at hand. 

The bdtalliuu waa three hundred 
yards away clouded In tmoke and 
lioily engaged. They had crossed the 
lane the enemy hold, and the Kederal 
battery in llio graveyard had fallen 
back lo the high ground lieyoud. 
How came they there?" I 
thoiigbi, and 'Why am I here '!' Then 
a saw lhat I was blooding from a 
deep ugly gash In my bead. That 
rlllaiiious riflcd-sheli that burst in 
mil- faces hroiight tlve of IIS lo Ihe 
^'1 . iiiiiil. 'Hurrah I' I I bought, 'youth's 
liieam la lealixiid at last. I've got a 
wound and ■m not dead yet.' And 
so, realiting the aavory tmih, anoth- 
er moment found iiio on my feel 
trudging along to Ihe liospita'. aliiinst 
whistling w ith delight at Ihe tlioilghl 
lhat llie nt'xT mull wouM bear ihe 
glorious news tiiiheold I'ulksal home 
with a rather launtinc tuggesliou 
that alter all tbeir trouble they bad 
not bren able to keep mo from . bav- 
lug my tbare of tbe fun." 



,ipi 

left my bed, dropped tily crutctieft 
and pfti ticipalcd in a foot rarp. S. rf. 8- 
did the work for iiic, aii l lo it I owe 
my picspiit good health. L mIUUm 
you tee fit. Very tralf yoare, 

C. A. PATxk. 
' Troallpfl on Itlond and Skin Dineait- 
p» luuilcd trt'tv Tho Swifl Spcritlc 
Co., Drawer A, Atlanta, Ua. 



Eubicribe for the Boulh Kentnok' 
Ud» it !■ only |8 00 a y«tr. 

How Woman Bealow Oharlty. 

Dill yon iu-or notii-rt wninon doinfr 
chiirilnl)lf thirl^.'^? I'hvy ai-f so luiitrli 
move t^cnuino ihiiii men. When a toon 
(rivea a beggar b aime in the atreet 
ovory body around him seoa it and 
knows il. Wonini thm't KtHMii to s»Hi 
nny ln»tly wlirii tln v a foiii iiilo 

thi' Miritl ninn'H Imx. Whrro do wo 
li'iini rhnrity nnywny but fmm our 
iimllKM'sl* You will St'*' Ii mother and 
her little (jirl ti-ottlnjr ulorijf tho strcut 
liiid ut tlio corner ii jXHir woman plays 
u U'lun)z,* hunv'l-oiTjnii. Tho mother 
dtx'^ nt t put till' quiii'tt'i- ill the box 
liLM-Auir. She wtUkHpttut, and whensho 
hiia apparentlr quite overlooked the 
beggar she stopa and opena her aaohel. 
.'^|R' ;r(M-. through all thoao littlo 
uuoiL-iU(-i  which drive a dry-irooilA 
I'lurk wiltl, but Hho U n different kind 
of a h.'Uiii now. and when shohaa ashed 
out tho coin she ^^i^•eii It to hor Httlo 
child and sonda hor back to giw it to 
the unfortunato. Thero in no kindor- 
piirlt'n lesMon so bi .tutiful i\a that. Il 
if* the ehild's eihn'atltiii iu fli;irity. 
The boy growH up and forj^ettf it. llo 
nu'oU tho world in a harder and mora 
pructleal way, but tho girl grows np to 
be a woman and never f()r^''ets it. and 
when she la a mother ^he teju'he^ lu i* 
.children thlrt i*inipl'' liitlf prineiple i ( 
.■sympathy for the unr'M-tunat*'. TlhTO 
is no country in the world whore char- 
ity is not almost ontlrely ttiapenaed by 
the agency of woman.— Am ^Vandfco 
Vhronicle. 



Sill FtiD-'-Wk foola on arrival; Draa, |ll.M 
■boru, |I».U; ilMlialnAtlie. 

ABAtN AVO Hit. 
WpiAT-We quote No. t whMttomvo; tao 

for red. 

CoaM— Ko.9mlie l. to arrlTe, white 
B0He;earoorn. luc* 
oath-No. i new n«t«, in\^\ 
ltT«-No. 3 rye 

iuy KKtiry timutlir, IU I09liiaholoa,|is. 

BTHAW' ir tti^t tun. 

i-Bovnioim. 



tlHWOB II. 
LAao—  .'huiro Wht, 



Bacon - Clear rlh hMm, 8^o. OlM 
i^io; shouldort, tti^r. 
Bulk MiATS-ciear rib tiles, t'^o: 
8D«Aa.CimB» MsAVt-Uana, lOHo H'-i 'o' 
larniosnall arerage; tboulderstei bieak- 
taaibaooB li. 

Id kefi aad bookeu. 



(-nrraa— Kio.ortlinary. l.■-ll.^^',l• 



I 



pnimv 
prnlN-rrv, l^r ; 

IColIlen Klo, iircf^avii. '.M .(,J4  : .Morlirt, lti(4^v-, 
KiKiiajra, IN; ArlitK-kh-'x « ri»«ii, (C. 

H(ti,iNt4ifi— Cuni Kyru|i,yr i';tiiiKKr«)rnip. 3 ;tf 
3^ N: w Orlemiit niolaw«l , itnuil, Ut^Mto, 
KrcK-5( i4i) jrforaootlutprlmfi. 
St'UAH— 4ir«ouUled. 7(A'^B;oonreet)oners* A; 
Vic; c. Tn; powdervi. So; oat-loaf, 9H« 
NuMT urlean* iiiKars, ft^^ijieur 

CANDLBS-StAr, N' «. 4 10 K, 

HTAacn— if^t- V lb. 

SoAr— Uernmii, |i.so ^ Ixix dI (lit lt« for com- 
mon, IS.M for ht.'tl; ixoTj, |4(^T» tor 7t.A 
boxes. 

cocNTaT raoDrci- 
UDiTia-thol'O country, IM'To V lb: low 
arades, fii|IV;datr7,tl^Mo;Klctaoreamer7. 
ISe: olenuiarfarloe, Italic. 

CatasR— r«aoy foil eream oheadar, lt\m 
ISo; twin*, Itc: Yonns Anartrm*. nr; 
prime Ohio f»s'P ry, ::;^T:',c: ►Vim chee«o, 

^^CLTtT— llfii", (H (11  ' liiii-n; ,luckft,liVf, 
91 ftOt'tl  * iltuf n ; s nuiifCxpriiiK chlckeoS, ll.Si 
C«a.00 ^ .|..icn 

htiiiM H,- i,'ii if .-It I .-I.' y i i flaii 

T*LL0«' !«■ "f* ft-. 

llNooH-i «KN'-»'tv for Common to|ood. 

GtNSIMl—t'tloirf IftrKf, ti U. 
Arrii" *' H«[,»'j i"i |.. r t nrrrl. 

OM 



Ilf « 



■■1, 



DR. TAYLOR'S 



A Fine Opportunity. 

"When 1 WHS In I'ongruHS," Haid tho 
iion. Mr. Muffty, of Itamoon Bidge. **a 
certain proteaaor oame mtlea to hear 

ine spoak." 

"AliI W hat Wii.H lii-i naine!^'" iri'iuired 
I'ruf. Surtout, to wlmni tho eminent 
fVuteeman had spoken. 

"IVof. Tootloa, of Bnltimoro.** said 
Mr. MufTty. 

'i thought BO," aaid Prof. Surtout 
'•II.' hxs sineo b«» *nnto celebralwl us 
till- iiuthoi- of 'TiMi I'housand Mistakes 
ill lji^'lit h Oranunur.* — ChicUfju S\:tcs, 



CHILL CUBE 



 -«ggSie WAIUlAirrEIK3(SSSBa» 

FDRELT VEOETABLE. 



Tka Kmladtfu la «M skMpnl paps r paMhlia' 
n this and .f .tats. 



"The cry it atill they oome" for 
Cot'ssKNa' lloNKV or Tar, beeanse it 
is the only remedy that will poaltive- 
ly eiire cniirhs. oolda and •llldls.aaea 
Ilf Ihe throat and lOBga. ^raala by 
II. U. iiin or. 

We warrant TAVLoa's Si-rk i;iiii.l 
Ci iiK to (five entire satiitfaelion In ail 
.■As|.^ tliat il is reeiiinmended I'or, p'O- 
viited tlio coutuutsof a Ixiltle are usrd 
aecnrdiiiK to dlrectiona. For nie by 
II. B. Uaroer. 

CoosacM'a Iloircr ovTa* and U*. 

TAnt.ER's Pile OixTvaxT are (rood 
sellers with us, al8o WnrrK's ("hkam 
\'n:MlKt i.K.bul TavliiIi'-- Si KKt. liii.l. 
t'l BK letds. All aplK'tr lo leive HSlia- 
factlon wbererer nicd. For tale by 
II. B Gamer. 

Wiiitk's Criam VEKVircaR it ibe 
laryeat '25 cent worm medleinn In Ibe 
market. Ihe dose being tnitll. it is ihe 
eheapii-l. Il la Its own iiiiri;alive, 
SI d (toes not reqtiire to lie folluweit 
hy the iitusouus dote of castor nil or 
other purgative mediolne. Full dl 
riicllona on every bottle. For tale by 
11. 0. Gamer. 

I). 8. Troulman, Weat Fork I". O 
l^ ynolds County, Mo , writes as fol- 
lows: "I sold one boltle of M'uitk's 
CllKAM \'KI(MIKIdK to uiv neiKlilior, 
Mr. Allen Moore. He nsve the meil- 
lolne to three of bis children, and il 
brought from them fully 300 worms. 
This, I think. It worth calling atten- 
tion lo the fi.tfiida of ehlldran and 
enemies to worms. I will toon order 
morn of Iho 'Vkbivivi'iik " For tale 
by H. B. Garner. 



A SURE H ^AFE^y^M^ 
CURE 

'Bilious and 

TNTERMIUENT FEVER 



ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. 
STOMACH & BOWELS. 

AX crraflnvB eemxdt fob au. 
Idver 9t Kidney Oomplainta 

Prici 50 eti. I Buttle. TrlilBittlK 25 ctt. 

roiaujrruTviiu. ri^an|Caii r 

RICHAROSON-TAVIOR MED. CO., 
aoa a. rounn atrMt. sr. Louia, mo. 



out lor • rv.pt of l i« k"0im FAIIILT TKonnu,' 
to b« b.a al »ll .torM. or Mat for two rout .i.."|. 




Wj.-£,^T.'^.?P''%- ii 



Biilil hv Iturkner Leavrli, Drn^rgitt 

ll.|||| ■ll^vil!•■, Ky. 



Are Yon Going to Kansaa 
HiBi.ouri, Colorado. Cali- 
fornia or Any of The 
Western StatesT 

If you should avail yourcclf of the 
advantagea tha: are now offered by 
ibe Kanaaa City Boutc, the only di- 
rect route from the South to the 
Wett and Northwest. This line runa 
its entire 'iiiiuij, with I'ullman Palace 
Slocjilug ar» and free itecllning 
Chair Cars, from Memphis to Kan- 
sas City, saving many hours time 
over any other route. I/yooarego- 
iiiK you will save money by purchas- 
ing your tleekta via Hempnia and the 
Kanaaa City Route. Send for large 
map of thia Snort Bonte ; mailed free 
Addreaa, 

J.S. LOOKWOOI), 
Kaaaaa Oitjr, Mo. 
H. D. Euji, Tleket A^enl, 
*\ If adiaon Street lienphia,Teno 

THE HAltKlSTB. 



Rheo 



iTtatitm. 

liiriiMosn, VA,.Tuly 2.'j, 18.SN. 
The Swift Specillo Co., Atlanta, (ia. : 
(tentleinen — Three years ago I waa 
exposed lo Ihe weather, heeaU'C of 
my roiiiiectifin with an engineer corps. 
My I iiiixtiliitioii, though strong, lin- 
iihy K'tee way. and in a aliorl lliUR a 
lei I'ihie eii^e of rlieiiiiialii'Ui had full 
|iiii.«eiiiiion of 1110. My iiiiiija Ijogaii to 
awcl'; Ihe kune Juiuis were Ittlee 
tlieir uuriual tizc, anil perleetly slil '; 
my ankles were ho tlit.eafeil ilinl it 
wat linpoN^iiihi for iiio t" walk. I hail 
lodt all eoiitrol of my»elf, ami \vhi ii 
I moved at all it waa with tho ahl 
oremlches. A great part of my lifo 
was apett io lied, and almost con- 
alanily I watiUuder tbe cbarce of a 
uh;«lcian— the Iwit I could find 
Tlioy gavo nie all the relief po?«il)le 
linl there waa no im|irovement in iii.\ 
I condition. Une day while lying iipuii ' 



FMTIBIOm. 
Batter-Osuatrri M la Motalt. 
Coirco-Qraen, lllaltatatt; naalad, 

8S CSDtf. 

Kflfpt— 121^ cents. 

I'oiillry— Hens, II 00 to 1.30. Ctilokeas, imall 
II. »l lo 1.7S. large i: to 2.U. 

llAi-iiii -(.'ountry llama, Mtollicts; Slionlil- 
cr4. ll'j; Elites, 11; Snaar oorwl hams istolii 
Dridil Beef, 11 Mats. 

Ltnl-Ulioln laaf, UM els. 
8atai»- inB«lalail, SN 10 1 all. 
▼aoaTAiLBB kin racira. 

Potatoes— Irish, new, 7&r. p«r tin; SwMt 

IISo . 

Alleles— 19.00 to  .» bat reU. 
Onions- I1.S& busbel. 

csbbasa orata. 

Ilaaas— 40eU. aalloa. 

uixxan aooDt. 
Toroateas— Slk ctaa, tl Jt tloaaa. 
t:oni— llbaana, |1.M. 
lleana-]Iboaas,II.ia. 
I'CKS— I tb can, 1 1 .60. 
tiyi-ti-rs— Uove, JITi can II 00 
" •* llbr.anll.W. 
Ueel- 311, cans 20 to V  vU, 

HincEMSNica svrruaa. 

riiMir rnt.-nt, .-, '^taodsntltjt. 

MiilHMKi'H - N.'wiw tii ;ia. 
Null— rriils. 

tills- * lit.. 

Wool - .W '• 
JTsalbais -M ettnls. 
aMd-OKnw.ltJt 
Ma'tt-iari. 

OAAIX, ITO. 

Wheat, OOotr., Oats, 40 ccnm. i orn 
Rys. 

I.UUISV1I.UC MARKKT 

FLOea, UIAI. AVD MiLLarvpp. 
I'Lora— Bonnd luls salt at follows: 




tlay 



The next Session will hcgiii 

mm. s[PTi i 



Ttalaeobool hasaa enviable reoont for Um 
thorough aathode ol MaeUas panned 
Old fbeaUlaed Ideeeol iralaln and Mpllaa 

and no plaoe in Ita manageaeal. 

Tbe CnuDBlBK proceie la Kdneatlon ip 
itQdlouftl; avoided, uwell aa the machine 
method! of many, rallt-'l. f^rn-Xn ichooli. 

To know trum ini^ninry iit ^•••.A, hwi ti l c 
able to kuow liy ititnivht h ' ('iu-r. rupiliare 
tnrdiiruKC'l to iliu f\rrria ■ of all their Iwttcr 

IK)Wt?rB. 

Till- foctilty will rcmaia, as It hu tieoo for 
B}t'urj)aAt except the plaoe of Prof . Pabnej 
will t e supplemented by PBOr. rLIUINO. 

Iiwlll beeoen. Uierefore, that tbelaealty 
conalete flf lha eaaa anmbsr of pfoteeon and 
teachers and that all the adTBatageenenally 
oflTeredan) ntlllto t e obtained aa any fttraier 
eeaalon. 

YouDg men may tioard at aaj 

Approved Boarding House, 

t ui permna, who mny wlab to put their aona. 

nr wanU undftr ♦.hecair* ram uf tho faculty 
may pmco thvni with i'ri f II U. Fleming 
whi  will cxcernse a fatu-rly iircralgbl ovrr 

th*!in. 

ViiiinK laJirn l-ofir-l iin'y with Pirf.Seoliey 
Id ttiB ( oIlAce liuildintr, where evcrjoomfott 
ut a bnmu is priiTiilr l fur tli im. 

I™atfighi 

The Original Wins. 

C. Simtnona, Sl I.ouis. I'rop'i 
M. A.Sinitnonstslvcr Medicine. Ktt'd 
I'^to, in the U. S. Court DBPKATa J. 
H.Xcilin.Pro[ 'rA.Q.SImmonsLlT. 
cr KcKul^tor.Est'd by Zcilia 11)68, 
M. A. S. L. M. has for 47 year* 
[ citrrd iNDioasTior*. Bitiot'aNms, 
luspapriA^iCK ila*DActia,l.nkT 
, ArratiTa, Sofn StriVAf 11. Kir. 
\ He*. T n. Kejtnt, I'aator K. 
tlChurch, Adama, 'l enn., wntct: "1 
Jltbink 1 ihuuld have tict-n dead tmt 
lur your Genuine M. A. Sim- 
mons Liver Medicine. ■ I have 
1 Bofnedmei had to atihxlilute 

"Zeilin'f BtufC'foryotir Meill 
' rine, btjt it don't answer the 

purpoM." 
I ^l r.J. R. Graves, Editor The 
&[emphis,TeDn. aays: 
1 received a package of your Liver 
Medicine, and have used half of it. 
It woitcBftltc a charm. I waiii no 
hcltir Liver Rrt^nlatftr and cvr- 
i taiuly Du mure i t /t.ilin'ii u;izture. 



ARKAPIJEXAS 

CciiifbrHi£_^rt Line. 

The OrMkt Throngb Car Bonte. 

Two Tndas OaUy to Aikauu 
Wlthnt a Ohaagi. Oalj Om 
Ohangc to Ttxu sad 

California. 
Elegant Parlor Chair Carti 
on all Dally TralnH. 

SflTenty-ttvomtliaisbortar and aaaay boiua 
quickerio all iwiiiu In Taxaa, Mailaa aail Oal 

ilurnia than any other nmlt. 
AtoIiI a Iwo mil. bus rldo IklMfk Mtayklt 

anil elsbteen hour, lay over by ODOtrala aad 

.11 hours by tho other, by tskins tbo 

Popular Through Oar Route, 

VIA 

Memphis and Little Rock, 

Abwlatelr the onlr llae taat wtU pat yov 
throngb wlthonl delay or traufar. 
NO EXTRA CIIAKUE FOR SEATS 
IN THROUCiil COACH. 
These CoaebM havo Porters tn ohann to look 
after the tAiiiifort mul Mi'Uare ot the Kmigraol. 
and to see that the Ux-al PaMcnKers aro not 
allowed to get tn tht Thnui|tli I oarhand rrowd 
tbcm. No other n ut« offers *'irti tinliicemenla. 

It would tax ruur lliiiL'antl paticiu'e t Mimucb 
lo attempt to ueacritH  the rit-ti and t vaiitiful 
homes and fertile lamU «( Arkansas audTexa*. 
Therefore, I would advis*.' you to go and see for 
yoortelf . Kiamlno the rountry. Mingle with 
tbe people. Learn tbeadTantages and diud 
Tantages. Kxamlne tbe school facUlUOB. Buv 
or rent a farm, ur take np ttovtraaMat Land, 
and go to work. 

People emigrating fn.m the Southeaet ean- 
not endure the extreme rold of Kansas, Ne- 
branka ami the Nurtliwestem winter, dual 
think of It— nine long m.inthfl uf toe, snow and 
bitter winds In exrhanrc for our Sunny Houttal 
Oar well- timbered land for their troeloaatraolel 
Tetthervare ansrmpnlniis agenu who give 
glowing discrlpUuns of the Northweal. l o not 
be deoeivedl Visit Arkanaaa aad Texas 
ani lieyoaroWBlndgel 

Write to meror full mformattoa. IvWaaad 
yoc Ma^ Book aad Papers, free. 

K. A. WiLLlAMB, 

'^Sonttwrn Paasenger" Agent. 

Nashville. Tenn. 

VUKA. K. MgATII, 

Passenger Agent, Memphii, Tenn. 
B. W. Tut KICK. G. P. F. A., 
Little Rock, Ark. 
RuDOLPU Fink, Gon. Manager, 
Uttle Rock. Ark. 

LouisYllle,Jlew Orleans 

AND 

Texaie Ztallway. 

Kissnsim VAiiiT bouti 

THE POPULAR LINE 

BKTWaSM 

MEMPHIS. 

ORKKN'VIM.K. 
VICKsmUli. 

II.VID.N liOlICK 
and .NKW OUhEAMS, 

TEAVKKSlNH A MAI.MUl rNTandlVWI 
I'ltltUKKUt a tiiUNTRY. 

TUB Rico anil 0o«ar PlaalatiMS aad gnat 
naaalf. Sugar lloitsca aad Rsaawles MMtb 
ot BatoD Uougfl are espwially lalwoatUic, aad 
never fall to pleaM the obeerrasl paaasaasr. 

BETKEKM MempliUaad Vlststata tbe U»a 
lisAsui ibrouaa soais  ( tka aaati 
iMsnta.i.iat U Ike Ttaa».r— 
the most tailUa agflaaltaiali 

OB earth. 



.imi MUinonr aad raialoal OoadllMa 
X of ta« (las at* tral-elaae la vmrf parUoalar 

Knaltuag a high rat* of spsad aad lasarlag 
I ooiDfort aaa safety ot pasaaagors. 



TOURIST TICKETS 

At ladooad ■osail Trip lalsa are oa sals at 
'neksl Olkioe of ooaioellng llaee lo Oataa 
Bongo, New OrlcaBs aBd pnoetpal 
poleta la rtortils. Southern 
Texas aad California. 

MAHNirit EST n i.i.iiAH Bi'rrn 

SLEKPINU (;AKH Bt'N BETISaKIl 
UJUISVILLK AND NKW OBLKAJla 

VIA MUPiiia wRuon 

CBAMQB. 

ITS Itale la tta I^SiMar. 
VartllttVaMttb Hap rolilers, and Priae oi 

Ttetai* AMnit ^ ^ hjjubV J, 

8«a1 TraT. Paafr Agt., Maaipaia, Ttsa 

%t7i'AS?llgt 

DR. 

McDiehlA. T«ri 
TO THE 

B O V T H 

MEMPHIS TENN. 

AND 

Illinois Central Railroad. 
Tb Fopsltr Frefemd &nli 

IIKI » I.K.N — 

Memphis k New Orleans, La 



p.m.wMiii, 

Attn OcaTPatsV Agt. 

J. M. P.llWARI H, 
Vlee.Pree't a lien'l Msn'rr. Menii'hlt, T«r 



Spleoitld Equipaai 
llatat 



inii 

Magallatit Coaiiheet 

FaUman Hiiirelt Slceperel 

Tralna Alwaya on time 



PflHuB Btfttt llHpm 

VIA Tills noi TK 

m TO m mm. 



The Shortest Route, 
MEMPHIS TO 

New Orleans. 

Only one rhanf[L  of ran for JaokMOvllIe, Fla. 
Anil that at New Orleans In Daylight. 

Itound trip tlrkots are on sale at all Import- 
ant poliita, reading Tla MempbU. Tenn, and 
aad the Illinois Central H. U. 

A^Be s-ire that your Tickets read ever 
Illinots  :«ntral K. R.. aad Uma aeenre the 

benefit of Through Hleepert. 



For any ftithor information, eommanloate 

wit)) ncarcHt Railroad Agent, or 
A. 11. II\S.sON, A. J.lpAPP, 

Uenl. I'aM. Aftent, Asat. G. P. A. 

Chicago. 111. Memphis. Tenn 




CINCINNATI 

Ejre,Ear,Noss&Throat 

' —INSTITUTE, — 
aox wkaT rauiiTa eTHBar 



UnnniflnPhlladrlphla 
"■"■ia Ne«rq)ap^^«n|e^ 



TO ADVERTISERS 

A list of 1000 newspaper! divided Into 

ftT.KTr;S AV1  HK(TH).\8 wllltie sont on ap- 
Ithfati.iii- Kh KK. • 

TtiltiuKi- VVhowani tliflir alvortlslnit lor«r. 
wecanoir-rnn linltL'r iiieiilnm forthonuigh.ef 
faotlvework thant*e various iectluns' f our 
MlsetLoonl Ll«t. 

GICII. P ftOWPM.* ro,. 
K^wspapr Advcrthlnt Bun-aii 

'9 9pn»*'* «ir»^l. N*"* Yo»k. 



■ITS 



SigPPEDJREE 

NBRVB RESTORER 
— .a na.iK a NiRva lii.ssait. tM^mn 

llsruuBU ir us.. M MnMl'Kim^fi^ 

lihS Jar's TrMilM sna St Msl bsW. fTM 1. 



raH. PlevrclBaib OraaaUr 

«' fM. DWharees fM* Kara. 0e«f. 
Btel Caterrh, 1*4 aU dlaNeaeaT tha 

I Md VviM hMeaaanall; ireM %j 

i«ta*4*. Tlie BBfaiaaS '^j^^1||'^^ 



»faa. I*u1)(.ii. Mi«iiB»»lB«. Nmsal .. 

Ef*. Car, ThrMi Md V«Im 

- J . a.^B - -- ihaam 

aVB. UaU n:U. M.II.. OealW, SSI n.4lhB^lU'U,«h 



Aohinc Mdeo Mnd Bark. Hip, KldMyaaA 
Uterine Painn, llht-nmatlc, ariatir,^barp aad 
Weakening Pains, rfli»v*d In oaa mlaale 
by the Oniirar* Aatl-Pnln Piaator Ihe flret 
aad only instantaBiouaoaiifklMitiff. Btragtk- 
eolng plaKvr. rent s ; ire for I . .ro At drug- 

JISU,oror PoTTIR ilRni AND CHIMICAI. Vq,, 
Boston 

PI II Pi1^pl'•^ liiit k-adK rhatipedlkl 
' ^ivlandutlf Bkin vnred by CuT-^ -Ua^ 



CHICHCSTEH'S CNQLISH 

PENNYROYAL PILLS 

MO «th«r. TAfVtlii inVVj^ 
, V* Bf •■*■ 9«Malcrf»ll. »«in.| 4f. (tT.iiii»i tut 
A MttUtil»r»ai,d"|r»Ilefr,r|.,,||,B."i^ 



LIVERY, FEED, 

_^AN1) 

SALE STABLE, 




Ow. talk aMi Tbflato at*. 

Hopkinayille, - 



Ky. 



f AILS tmrnv 



iisrstT .^iii'Tii-l:Miiiiiii '1^1 A. a iS;inr.H, 
Dtraai Ni)aTu-ii:&i ami--- s. a.: iU;ti7 r. a. 
tiaisa taoa aapTa-icu a.a.s t:U,l«Mpji, 
t UiTr taoalloaTa-«iWA. ■.(— , liia p. a, 
W. M, AUstailtr AfWl, Ro|dtlBttlUa,l^ 

roar OrriCB-W«l Main street, bst. Itk 
aadtih. 

OpsR farl.ll.rt,ataaipe-r i. a. toS r. a. 
moieyontsre-B A. a. tol p. a, 
'* ** daliTorr, aaBdar.-llotP.a. 

stii'TiiKRM Kxruaaa urnoi, 
•math at. aw Mala. 
o»w SA.a.latP.M, 

TBUtliRAPH OmCM. 
Watraaa l7Nio«-i;p stairs ooraer Mala aa* 
IthalrMU. Mra.KaaJle aad Mlaa Park, opwa- 
lors. 

VwIiOBliTUlti OhNspMki a Ohio 
Beat*. 

Ke.l. 

Lt. Ilopklimvllti'. I. N.,tltO A.M. 
4rr. NorUitivlllo, l.ltTA. ■* 

I.T.MortoaTille.C.aO., Tllrp.a, 
in. iMiinlU., _ Jtit A.K 



Cj aata tl tii at Lwlwni."iiir alliaiataSMli 
tad tar Ikt Tlrtialas aad Iho aonllRttl. 



But of VikitlN, Iiuii tad Sritg. 

)rUBNI8HIIK 

DAY OR NIGHT 



/ NkVER rAIUMU WEUi OV 
MINERAL WATKR AT STA- 
BLE. WATIB GOOD 
FOB MAN OB 
BBA8T. 



Come One! Oome all! 

FAT A SHALL FEE A.M) 

eiT THIS nsm wa- 

TBB RBODIsABLT. 



THE GLORY OF MAN^ 

5TRENGTH.VITALITY! 




KNOW THYSELF. 



A Sclt tiurtc ant] HtaixUrd Popster Hrdkll TrtattHoa 
thr Krronot Vooth, rrsmatorv I'rtDar.NrrToua 
and l'h)al.-al iK-llUly, ltnpurttl«-s of lltr III m «I. 



EXHAUSTEDYITALITY 
  UNT0LD MISERIES 



0, iKIK'IaDc.-. i.\   
suj UBlllilna llii' 



*.p. or 
%i ilia 

snlsd or Mocial BebUoa. 



Il'.iilluia trom Fully, Vim, I 
Oiatlaaatlon, Kaervslltig 
Isf Work. Boslnfes, Ihe lii 

AieM •asUlfal DrsUaden, \   — . — 

rork. lleoolaleeWlpsmioralace. BranllM 
blod.eg, eabosesd, full sill. Prii-e, only tl.'« hf 
■tail. poel.pald. eoaessled le pUhi » tapper. lUjk 
tnilv. PieepestBS Froo. If jou erply now. Ta. 
dutliiinUbsd aotber. Wni 11 l-aitrr. M. l» 
»l.r^th« COLD AND JtlWtLLIO BIIOAIi 



from itio National Medloal jtaoqelalla ^ 



•or Iho PRiiE la.aY on Niavoua 

PHVaiCAL OiaiLITV. t r l-aftrraiKlaeefpt 

of AssMoM rhv.lilsn* liisT l*' r.iiMiillr.1. » dI1. 
tMltlally, by ai.'l - i In l« f.' ii, «t llir .fflr.- uf 

TUK rKAniiiiv M»;iiii Ai. in.stiti tk, 
H*.tlniiaarklH.. IKMon, Mau., u »hoiii.U 
eidri* for books er Icttcie for adi Ico should tie 



lEMWANTTyNovy 

Ijn Intnrtant \hmg» yoii neviW anw or tbiMtkt 
or rtnat ihii baman loir and IU wfsos cniaM 
ttmr M u pNFfMiMfiMl 4d*UlA «MM. mmm* 

Bead t«  eana far aew book. 
VKDtCAZ utmn 

AMD KOSsrwr. 

A Tnalaair*nf wit ar.i 
ee pst«w haJofi*'- I 
s»wtr 11 nairaira   - ■. ! 
"rKa^tanla' I ' . t . 
Juti*a. "Mil IM )iliiiiiiiT t .it 
Jast phnnar  aoagh" !• CHr* 

iivtr ttfper aad aMlaaAeiy. 
Tiv Tiia Lai-nH Ctna. 
Mirrty Illd fab. Tj.. 130 V, CSih ct.. 1 t. 

DR. RICE, 

For ts ysars St 17 Cevrl P* ' 

!H2Market8trMf,T 

I'et. Third and Fouitb. U 

Paai'iatarrfcaa uA 




No. I. 
f):.''&A. a. 
10 :a; a. h. 
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Hopkinsville Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky.), 1889-01-11

4 pages, edition 01

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  Published in Hopkinsville, Kentucky by Chas. M. Meacham
   Christian County (The Pennyrile Region)