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ill" 'Amti JlMnUiii'r'' -r
THE LARGEst McLtuM
THibeiT AOvtutisiNQ htbiufl,
Complato Job ohlc6
Live, Msy ahd frigftiik
At $2.00 per Annum.
HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., JANUARY H.1889.
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS,
Tiiko. E. llAiiri.KV, ItusIncKB Manager
Om oopy, on. jaar, rtrloUr oaa. la ad.
)naoopy,sl. month? II
Thle powder n.r ranee. A tnariel
entity, troniith and holnm. More
eoonoralril than Ih. nr.lln.ry kind.,
ollanl..omrMltl.. with tha "''"'Si'iJ
ol..-tl, .hort w.litbl uu?.rvi".'",ViKu
Nxr.lrn. fcild only In cn. KOYAL UAH
tNI I'OWIlKB CO.. 10, III St. N. T.
U. M. Ik II
FORQ-Y & BELL,
OFFICE OVKB rLAKTKU S IUSK.
Especial attention given to Wt
A. P. Campbell,
HOPKINSVILLE. - - AT,
OPBHATINO A SPECIALTY.
Office over M. Frnkol A Sons'.
Dr. J. X.. DT7X.HT,
McDANIEL BLOCK, Nf XT OOOK TO
. LANDKV A CLARK,
Joho 'eland. HcarrJStlte.. " r.land.Jr
FEUXD. HUB I
ATTORNEYS AT AW
WIIIPrcllc.lnelltlMI Court, of ",",'"m
Dr. Wm. Nl. Fuqua,
(Mm: Mala street, oter National Hank.
A.HlAM.hT.M.I.. T W.llalkr.M.I.
r h i s i : 1 1 : : m immi
Office over I'iaulcra Iliuk.
(SaTTM.iriioNM at Office ami
MW mm . IVMITIIM-!!-
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ItJ I L r a",5-iA",fr.r.
J mT.NT p- ihc It, Mm, and hi. r.llti, hrjil.
or. .- 1 -14 M 4..l.f,orntll
hrtrMa. lirh, , Tortures.
The. M t Mli-Ei"a ! Kiikii OivrvtM without
mi National Barber SEC?.
M. L. YOUNG, Prop.,
p ill in or. n tv a u nin,
l, VII 4.111 1 VWIIIUi
All QOD in inn uauiii r nm wu "nuninu
ItVm (jtuftranutxt Nolblng but ) trwl
to u.-JES cases
inmnintr. stnteVTinit. At n Pamphlet. A.fdrtu
Fll mIo will open A ITUtiST JT, lixw, III
A full fanolly. Heotal rtf to pupil iulrlnE
.ml the mouorn iHBUg " vv... n
J. W. BUST.
riso'a dim for Om
uiupUun is also the boat
If yon hnvo a Cough -without
disoaae of the
LuiittH, a fow ilonoa lire all
ypu iioed. But If you u
glont this oav nioun.' of
Kumy the .light Coiiith
may beeonio a .orious
uinuvr. anu soverai bot
tle, will be required.
The Jlrn Wlia ll' IK omn lmllipn-
bl. to I'l, lltiilia..
Oh. Uo'n n liolol dutw!tlvi, t ho?
Well, wlmt irnoJ on oartU U it hotel
doteotlvaP Wlmt do hotels wnnt with
diiti'ctlvoi!, anyhow ?"
Till, ri'iimrlt. nittdo In a noiuiant
time, will ul loivd in thi'con ldiip otlho
llolTmiui llouue the oihur ufloiuuun by
a Wtwliirn mini, who wim on u vinu to
tlm luclmpoliD, mill had huon looking
at tlio nrt trniwums of the oifo. Ilo
eyed in a coulompliioun way the wull-dn-sxod
little mini, with a Bloiuh hut.
who wiw Icnnliiir nffiilnst niiilo ol tninK.
near the tlovitUir. A (Horn! ehowlii);
tlio WfsU rn luiin the i lly nijiht hud
l.nnn.nicil Ilii'illi'lltll'lV to Doillt out
Di'tectivo JiumIih an ono of the foiituros
of it bif inoti'opoUtiiu Iiotol.
Ton iniuuku Inter thu Hestornoraaw
the little di tci tlve sloii up to a well-
dio.id man In n group of three who
bail jiint anunti.Mvd Into tlio an (fitiiory.
I'll have to aK you to move on,
air," the dVUx'llvo mill-
Who the iIoiicj nro you? tfiowlod
the num. angrily. "What do you moan,
hang you, by tallilni,' to me that wuyr
'Jirnt what 1 Bay, and I im an it,
the llttlo man rcnllud, undaunted.
and hero' who I am, and I know
you perfectly well."
J ho little dolecllvo mrew ikmi iii
coat and ahowud bin irlUtouing do
tvotivu Blilohl. The wrll-dreMod man
cut .hint hl blunter lnUiutly, mid
walked quickly out into the nlreet
Ilo iiu a loeal nutiKo innn. wno nna
raminlly dropped into the hotel oufo
with two out-of-town crook. The
conveiKittlon with' the Utile detective
was unlimited, but not no loud that
any body In I ho. art gallery could un
derstand It- The Colhanilt j who wa
Hhowing tho WoalerniT around knew
what wan up, though, mid turning to
bin friend mild, playfully:
J hat s some good a Hotel ueieeuve
la. That nua a eonlliltinee man that
hn tiillrod In. MbV lie hr'd hnv.
caught on to you If It hadn't lie m for
It wiu an apt Illustration of one of
tho duties of tho hotel detective. In
the miirveloua perfection of the ttpiip
ment of a metropolitan hotel In the
hint few years tho pilvuie ueteeuvo
bus come to be an indlKpenstiblo de
tail, mid to-day there is not a hotel In
town that eulov anv select patronago
at all that does not employ ngunrdlan.
who is empowered to unite arrosu ji
tieit'UHily arises, feme ol the neicot-
voi nro men otpjcinliy ai'f.ma irom
tho police force, and whose salary Is
guaranteed by tho hotel in considera
tion of tlio policeman s exclusive sorv
Unk. Often. Iiowover. the Btieclal
0eiii.llniin are reirular private deWct-
iviw. Ihey aii mun wen traineu in
j..f.u.iit-,. .iietii.nirf. iimiI iitilov tlut ad
venture of a wide and varied aciiualnt-
anee will! mo laces oi meiropuuuiu
niAcals and tho conlldenco operators oi
Kooping the hotel clear of this class
of crooks, however, is only a small
narl. of the hotel tlotoctlvo . Work.
L'ion tliera devolves in most cases tho
supervision of tuo portors and hall
bojk and all the army of help that a
l,i, r r.otliam inn has to employ. II a
n,wi. Iokc anv tliiuur In me noiei
outside of IU either, he Is sent at omw
in ih., hotel doteotive to consult about
it. recovery; aud if ehauibormuUl or
Dorters find nitloloj tha have been
mislaid or lost, they are eXHctcd to
bring Uiem direct to the hotel detective,
,) li in turn. HkihH ineni ovei to
the hoU'l proprietor, or Ills reprusenta-
tive. to be delivered to tue owner.
It is also tlio doteolivo s duty to pro
tcctbis employers from lb nnmei-ous
,,n,i n.ralsti'iit iti-ruv of pelts known as
tho hotel beat, and it is uueto tno pros'
........ .,f delect vos. in every wen-regu-
intuit nltv hotel, that Now Yorkohas
ocasod to be a lit where this peculiar
gentry can thrive. I no jieuy uneiei j
of guests' valuable, ban ulsu como to
be a rarity, und nowadays the man of
means, stopping at any well-rogiilalcd
hotel, can feel as secure as 11 lie wore
traveling with a privato stntion-himsi)
of his own In tow. Mure than all, how
ever, tlio old-time harvint of victims
that llungrv Joe and his pals used to
gnthur from hotel corridors is all out
All this the detective has to do for
the regular salary, but he has legit
imate perquisite. inoo are mo
more or 'loss liberal fees Urtt good
nntunil nuUof-townors, who want to
see what tho llfo of a hig city really is
after dark, pay for straight lips on me
places where tho eiepnanv cum up
his most flamboyant and siariung
shindigs.'' H is worth a handsomo
sum to the hotel doteolivo who pilot
a party of strangorj through the
multitudinous and more or less pict
uresque mazo of artor-darK spectacles
nown to tho expcrlonco l man auoul
town as "The Sights. ". ' And thoro nro
fow moreoxperloncoil men about town
than your quick-witted hotul doteollye.
M J. Sun.
How to Muka I'roimr Material Clanlfl
oatlo. of Crainlo.
The Museo Adrlon Duboucho at
MmogoB Is the most complete, perhaps,
iu tho world from the point of view of
a historical museum of potUiry. Tho
seven thousand piecos which It con
tains willonablo us to form nil Idea of
the history of pottery from tho earliest
timos down to tho prosont day. We will
tako Kuropoan pottery first of all, aud
considor It from two polnta of vlow,
material and deoorativo. All those
object that wo see aro elays baked at
a moro or less lntonso heat, and for the
most part covered with a surface glaze.
nnnmel nv rnttt'prte. In SOIllB tllO liaStO
minulnnd nnrous after the baklngi
others tho panto has bo imno oom-
and impervious to liquids, una
to tho scrntca of a stool
point. Terra-cottn, faience, majolica.
os, hard porcaiuin, sou porco
in, arttHclnl porcelain tho namo nnd
classos are -ounifold and the com
ponent matters vario-.iB; but the
phonomonon ol which we sue tho re
sults In these 'ceramic products is
throughout the snino, nitrocly.vitritlca
tion. The ceramic art Is an art of
viirin,mtlon. All clnvs aud marlB ac
quire by firing a degree of vitrification
proportionate to the bout tltlcb la ap
plied to them, aud Oils application of
heat depends upon tho materials which
are used and upon the product which
It is wished to obtain. Tho moro coin
pleto the vitrillcutlon, tho moro
precious is tho a-ipect of the object.
Take, for Instance, a pleco of glass, a
piece of rock-crystal and a diamond;
place them side by aide, und comparo
tliL throe objects and tho sensa
tions which they produce on
the eye. Tho diamond will
evidently give tho groutest pleasure.
Why P itecr.uso it rollouts more lumin
ous iuvs Hum I'oc'.t-crv'stal or gliwu,
and t lie eye being organized to enjoy
light, receives from the diamond a
greater sensation of ploasuro. Hut
why docs tlio diamond rolled moro
.ominous rays than tho other two ou-
jectsP Because the diamond is moro
compact, more dense, more iiomogoni!
nns. and it is mure homogeneous bo-
cause It bus beon transmuted at a high
er temperature, ruiw If wo subslltillo
for those tmns-luold objects ccrnmio
objects, we shall Und that tho sensation
Of pleasure convoyed by tlicm to tlio
eyo varies according as tho vitrifica
tion of tho pleco Is more or Iosb com
plete; or, In other words, tho higher
tho temperature at which tho pleco has
been transmuted, the mure aualogous
will its aspect bo to that of a precious
stone. Wo may base our material
classification of ceramics on this sci
entific fuel, und assign them a grailu
accordingly, nnd tills eliwsiHcjitlon wo
shall find justified by the tnstlnctivo
ami traditional preference of connois
seurs, who can imaglno nothing liner
than that old I hinese translucid porco
laln nrhich ntav 1)0 compared to jade;
than that blue porcelain which a Chi
nese poet has described as "blue into
tho sky, thin ns paper, brilliant as a
mirror!" or than that white porcelain
of which iiuother Chinese po.-t cele
brates the "plaintive sonority," ana
tho whitenuss surpassing the whiU
nets of Know. " jurwluM cum, i
SNAKE AND STAG.
Ono of the Hint Nliig-nliir nf Mr
Advaoturff lu inina.
Xt,. ll-.r-i-rw in one ol his tiger-shoot
ing expeditions in India, had a singu
lar adventure with a serpent which
some of his men found in tho act of
swullnwliiir a stair. Tlio front part of
tha reptile wai tiemendously distend
ed, so that it looked exactly like a
small beer-barrel with a long tail. On
nesn r Insliccllou Its bend oould bu
seen projecting from tho tblc't end,
wilh the hind feet'of tho duer sticking;
out of one cirnor of it nioulli.
Wo could not shoot tho monster
for fear of disturbing tho tiger
nf which we were in nnrauit. We,
tborcfore, commanded one of tho na
tives to go and cat off Its head. Hut
none of them seemed inclined to obey.
The more we reiterated our orders,
tho more seriously they wagged theio
turbaned hoads, aud tho moro they
seemed glued to tliolr respective cle.
At Inst tho retornn Seosoo raised Ills
voice, and thus cxprojsod tho sense of
"O my lords, I am ludocd the slavo
of your highuossoHS, and were tho
creature before hs onlv a tiger, bear,
or indeed nny four-footed beast, I
would at onim advance to the oouihat;
but this is an awful brute, nnd the
most baleful of all the inhabitants of
.,. . j 1.. If ..... ,.., r,i.ia Willi n
tuo iiiui:"-. i' t'"J 1
reach of his tail, ho will bo killed to u
. In short, our nulivo assisUuils meant
to keep clear of the huge reptile,
which they probably mistook for a god
or a devil, on no account to bo inter
fered with, ha, as my friend assured
mo that those snakes wuro not danger,
ous, I descended from my elephant,
nnd proceeded ngninst it with a heavy
I confess to some misgivings whether
his or tho native's ostimato of tho
beast's character might prove correct.
What more llkelv than that it should
bo nblo to throw a fold of Its body
round any ono approaching within
range? for bohlnd the Inflated portion
containing tho doer there must have
been about thirteen feet of tho serpent
In Its normal stale.
Una-over. I advanced, knife in blind.
on a line Icadln J straight to the head
of the reptile, una wateneu narrow ty
f.w. ant- uieri of Its movliii?! but It re
ninlned motionless ns I stood over It
and looked upon lis weird coun
tenance, capablo of but one fixed ex
All its Hie seemed conccntratcu in
tho bright yellow eyes that returned
my gtizo with a guttering sinre. i
raised tho knife, and brought it down
with all my might on Its neck, think-
ing to cut its head on. lint tlio bones
wore solid, and nothing but a
horrible gash was the result, i.veu
at this not a muscle stirred, and
the eves glittered and looked piorclng
as before. I was now ndvlscd to dls-
paUih him by sovoring tho Bpino just
behind tho great onlnrgornent caused
by the body of tho .tag. Hut tho snako
Instantly hishod out so vigorously mat
I thought It prudent to return to tho
head, and with a few more blows I
killed It. Its length was just seven
Thn ai.no-. on boln taken out lookod
as If It had been neatly trusaod for tho
table. It was about tho bizo oi an or
dinary snoop, and its houd, neck nnd
limbs were packed into a sort of
square, but nono of tlio bones wore
broken, nor were thoro any signs of ex
ternal damage. Tho poor thing was
quite dead, and wo iibandonod the two
bodies to the vultures and jackals.
How Old She Was,
Old Friend (to Old Maid) Didn't t
understand you to say you were twenty.
eight yonns old?
Old Maid (indignantly) No. sir; you
did not. I never said it.
Old Friend Never?
Old Maid No, sir; nover.
Old Friend (persistently aisagro
able) Think tt moment. Don't you
remember one morning, just fifteen
years ago, you Bald it to mo iu a
moment of confidoiico? tt'mliimjton
A Western boy ran lor Congress
when he waa only fourtoon years old.
Ue was page In the House.
FACTS FOR FARMERS.
All fallen voting fruit should be
collected and dostroyod in somo man-
nor, as many lnsueuiwiii inon uu aiuuu
by doing so.
Anin.als with vicious habits or
tondenclea should never bo used for
breeding purposes, as they transmit to
their offspring their biui qualities.
The annual value of tho dairy
product of Illinois or;uals tho gold
production of tho United Suites. Who
says tho cow Is not tho bost frloud of
To prevont dry murrain in cattle,
keep a trough full of oqual parts of
Bitlt and air-slaked 11m whom tho cat
tle may have free aecois to It and you
will not bo troubled.
Thero should bo a pot of liquid
pino tar in overy si iblo. It is oxeelent
in niiiiltf in tho bottom of tho horio's
hoofs to keen them in a clean and
healthy condition. It should 00 ap
plied about oiicj a weo'c.
Tho viiluo of green food for all
poultry should not bo overlooked.
fciuvo some of the corn for wlntjr. 1 ne
green stalks cut up Hue Is bettor food
for summer weather than so much of
tho dried grain.
The measuring worm lias a vigor
ous assailant In the black nut. Tho
ant climbs up tho treo, seizes the worm
hv the tall and holds on till it gets ex
hausted, when the victor drags Itsproy
down to Its nest In the ground.
Tho good polntsof an ox: Abroad,
Intelligent face, with head up; small
neck nnd horns; length of body;
straight back, heavy shouldors, with
roll hriskot: broiul loins, hips and
slllle; well thighed and flanked down:
medium stomach; straight leg and
r.o her short: hoavv arm, wide gainber
joint; a good foot und small lull.
A soil containing free llmo, potaslt
or magnesia Is in conumon ui wrm
rapidly In warm wo ithor unJor tillage
valuablo compounds of nltrogon.whloli
will hiutoM nlant erowlh. This process.
called ultrafaitio;i of tho soil, does not
go on rapidly in tlu obMc.im of liino.
potash, sola, etc.. hence tlio impor
tance of applvlng linn nnjpitathto
soils deficient ill them.
Farmers aro waraad by Dr. ll.iaa
maun against tlio practice of remov
ing straw from tho land, as It tends to
Impoverish the sell. Not only are pot
ash, lime, phosphoric a . -id. oto., taken
away, but also a onslderablo amount
of organic ln ittjr, whereby the moists
pre is Uo much reduce J. Tlio doctor
truly adds that cam must bo ohsurved
In restoring to tho soil what It has
been deprived of. or sterility will bo
the ultimnte result.
Tho horse will leave musty hay
untouched In his biu, howovor hungry.
Ho will not drink of water objuction
nblo in his oucstloning sniffs or from a
bucket which some odor malw offen
sive, however thirsty. His intelligent
postril will widen, quiver (uid query
pver tho daintiest bit offered by the
fairest of bands, with coaxings that
would make a mortal shut his eyes and
.wallow a nauseous moultuui at a guip
Tho successful farmer is not the
man who. by working from daylight
till dark, year In nnd year out, scrimp
ing and fretting, and depriving nis
family of the neeessarios of life, has
ftl lll0 n0 o( flitv. succeeded in becom
', tW(J op thl.0 f,vrras
two or threo farms
and has inimev In tho bank. Ho Is not
the weallhv old tight-fisted farmer.
but the man who, by diligence aud hard
work, has succeeded in providing him
if nnd fmiiilv with a comfortable.
pleasant home, who hiej furnished his
homo with plenty of good reading
matter and noewsnry conveniences,
and has taken timo to read and gain
Ona That Rrrfr It I'urpoM Wull and
Cunt. Hut Vrrr I.U1I..
I have found my fence of smooth wire
and board olToutivo and cheaper than
nny other I ever bul'.l. lu a small
pasture adjoining the barn (where we
turn out horses and have kept ono or
more cows night aud day) stock have
several tlmtu broken down or jumpcu
over the board fence on two sidos, but
hnve not Intbreo years broken through
or over tho wire. Wo use plain No. 9
lenoo wire, single strand, ciytlng me
ihreo oonts a uoii'i.1. and It weighs
about ono nound to tho rod. I used
In this feneo bat throo wires
nnd ono strip of board, threo inches
wlilo. hut would uso four wires if
building another. I have another lot
fenced with live wires and the strip of
hoard, which turns calves and sheep
Fonco-boards now oost me 1 cent a
foot, running measure, for 0-inch
wide, or 2;l Dor thousand feet, so you
see that Ave wires cost less than ono
board. This Is not all the saving, how
ever, for one postovcry thirty-two feet
Is nil thnt Is needed for mo wiro icnce,
whlln a o-ood board fence requires a
post every eight foot Then tho coBt
of hu llillnir Iho board feneo Is four
tlmna that of buildlnir with wire.
With tho end posts well braced thoro
is vory llttlo troublo In keeping the
wire, of tho right tension. After the
wires aro stretched ana suipiou to me
posts, wo drive a Btako in the center
botweon tho posts and staplo the wires
to It We then set up strips of board,
throo Inches wide and four and a half
foot long, overy four foot (three
nr thnao atrins fill In x oach
annuo botwooB a stako and
post), and staplo tho wires to those
uprights.and thon our llireo-lnch board
Is nailod to those with a single clinch
nail at each. A wire fence is novor
safe without this board, as stock, par
ticularly horses, wnen exciteo aim nm
ninir will not Bee it and will run into It,
k,,t with tlm imrlL'hts onlv four feet
apart nnd tho one narrow board thore
Is no danger of this. It is a good plan
to ut a small flat Htone or piece ol
board under tho end of each upright
Tho coBt of the material for this fonoe
Is nbout tblrtv-flvo cents nor . rod, call-
lm tha uosts twontv-llvo coats each
Makes three ce:il!i, upright i 0:10 cent
u-!rn ainnles mid nails at cost tin
level land, whore a long Btretelt could
hi lnul. I think ton cents a rod wouli
certainly cover the cost of building. I
shall put up this feneo quite extensive
ly In future. ItiMoe r . vruwn, in a.
WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN MEN'S HATS.
Prices That Will make ims a uenuine
"WRAP IT UP AND I'LL TAKE IT" SALE.
5 DOZES MEN'S BLACK
Sale to begin Monday; January
Tncse wno come nrsL win get mo uream.
TERMS: Strictlv one Drice to all alike every article marked
in plain figures,
We will close the following goods at LOWER PRICES than ever
Pine Cheviot. Corkscrew ana jungnsn
Elegant Germania, Sur and Esquimaux
A large assortment of .Astrican and Chinchilla Coats JgS '
AV hough, a large line of SI1IUTS which we will close out In h.lf
CXl)i:HWKAli, HATS, CAPS, (iUJVF.S, HOSIEIIV. TIES, &c, Ac.
Xow is the time to buy
pone"-- he vcrj
Gie Cure r."--;;
B'te"""-,Us, vue. -
. , i.a vow".'"- l t,nie
ocy i.nis,it"-- Uair"".Tlil H"'"
cvin l.u",r-,..,,!on, "'
Thus the Mustang", conquers pain,
Makes MAN or BEAST well again!
PoaaotiMS many Important AdvnnttiKta over All
other prepared Foods.
BABIES CRY FOR IT.
MAUDS RELISH IT.
Make. Plump. Laughing. Healthy Babl...
. ReRulates the Stomaoh Mnd Bowels.
Hold uy Unwdnta. Uai OOe., l.ee.
WELLS, f.lCHARDSOU CO., BUBtlMOTOMT,
A Portiouo or iiuuutirtii luwiy p jrtrniis, pnmcu
online pinto paper ly pfitcut puotu prDcesa, tont
free to Mutlivr f any Nuby iMirn within a year.
Kvery Hotlicr wunu thcttc pictures; wild at oucv.
tiivu llahy'R name and ao.
WILLS, RICHARDSON St CO., P.opi Burlington, Vt
A purelyve:ge:table compound
0af Soft familf Doctor. A Safo and RolMlo Romed in all Cose.
Comnltfr Familf Median: nmct
The moat .IT.ctlv. prepuniUon known f .r nMovInf
the kldnevi. It ha. a mpiil alterative ami .ejntiva
ellecl upon ih. lyxem. Il tenov.u 11 .no rr.iun
I. . hulihu hImt. it Increase, die apprliu
and .1.1. in ih. diie.tion ami ...Imllalion
01 in. iooo. . i, b...
to children or adult nf any
age in all cac wner tncre
. m demngemtat M
. .,oi ......L..HV1
r.1 a nti del urea o
than' one cent rr
; 4 IVK
4 K Vl .fa
MEDICINE CO.. LAKE CHARLES. LA.
H BR01 STIFF HUTS ORIGINAL PRICES $3,25 TO $4.50 FOR $143
casn belore gooas leave wie store.
SPECIALTIES IN FINE GOODS 1
Warm winter-wear, uur ouu k,uiumio u,i
PYE, DI0KEN & WALL.
' ,t baniw" e0.
' . irvrioc -
irr-- j wr .ta
- ... .viv
it's Easy to Dye
I ' MS Tw" . t - -
TYfllTnilU'll Hinmn """O buwib uibii ij wuvi
dyctjcvi rniMde, and (o give idoto brill Unt iukJ
iinriililn ('n)on. A..k for tho Jtamoini. und Ukc
no other. 36 colors t 10 cent each.
WELLS, RICHARDSON A CO., Burlington, VL
For Oilding or Broculng Fancy Article., USP
Oold, Silver, Brooie, Copper. Only w Coats,
ouosnruro tor wrem...
yll A Vitht
' ' Colds. Bilious Colic, Chohra. Bifiom
rthsumatizn, loss of Appsttt; Hoadach;
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nv ovino nicumns w., a---- ---
dif all lentil. m ilrtieaitu. I nil mdlcln coatt itt
avtrage dote. It ihould be kpt ia ery funny.
IFnlai ll.rVir.D aM.1 EWMttl ItlBB M
7th and continue
in. A 1 J
dozen lot. at wholesale price-WHITE
First national Bank.
OF HOPKINSVILLE. KY.
C-IIPITEI, - .564,000,
S. 2. CEUMBAUOH, President.
W. A. L1WST, VUJ-Praaldsnt.
9. It. CRtlMllAUOIt,
QKO. W. OR&VXS,
H. r. EIVF.3,
(J. I . a ai.au 11.
W. h. THUkll'SON
K. W. UOWKEK,
BANKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
WAL1T STEM IH !
CFIKST-CLASS IN iLL APPI03iTMEJiTS,
POPULAR PRICE $2.00, to $2.50 Per Day.
33. 13. PSOCTOE, IPxopxIetox-
Os. of U. Beet rtlted aad atoat OoBTaal.atlr Located Hot. I. la tha City.
Job. 1-1 y.
T. C. II AN IUI1 V.
People's -:- Warehouse,
(Vortnerly HopkinsriHe WarohonM,)
HANBERY & SHRYEB, Prop'rs.
Railroad St , bet 10th and 11th. HOPKINSVILLE, KY.
Careful Attention OUen to Bamplln, and Sellinf all T.bacco Con.l,ned to in.
Liberal Adr.noo. on Tob In ilor. Ooo-l gnartor. lor Team, an 1 Teanuter..
BRYANT & STRATTOU Business College
, La. Sold In
one ween only.
named in this market:
8IIIK1, 2o Ci.NT. A line oi
PALMES QEA7ES, Caahlar.
BAILBIEUSSELL, Book Zeeper.
W A. T.0WRT
J. It. fUUWSE.
DOUBLE SECLUT? TO DEPOSITORS.
Ann BEVKJITH ITE.,
H. r. SIIBYEB.