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rEBlISHlDIlISMI AD FR1DAT K0R51C3,
CHAS. M. MEACHAM.
OrjBBOfUPTION $2 A THAR IS ADVAKOE.
local S cenU per I'no each Inierilon.
lit Mantling adiertlKiucnti tutnlihw on application.
rr peict 18 uJ 20 Nlala SUttt'
FRIDAY, JANUARY 8,- 1802.
Fho men oro uudor sentence of
death in tho Stato.
It is estimated thnt tho taking of
tho recont census cost
John Sherman baa been ronominntod
for United Stoles Sonolor from Ohio.
Thoro woro Jnoro thnn fivo hundred
deaths in tho city of LouisTillo Tuesday,
about half tho number being
caused from tho grip.
Tho business failures of tho year
1891, which numbered nonrly l!),OC0
according to Dun's commercial agency
woro tho largest in tho history of tho
Tho President has oppi Wed Judgo
William Lindsay, 61 this State, to tho
placo of Interstate Commcrco Commissioner
miulo vacant by tho death
of Judgo Bragg.
It is hmored that au Luglish
eyndicato has an option on tho typo
foundries in tho United Stales.. It is
pnlculatort that the deal involves tho
iuve8trrent of 25,000,000.
Tho first silver coined from tho
now designs, consisting of halves,
quartors, and dimes, has been placed
in circulation. This does not
ciato tho valuo pi tho old piecos, how
The Fourth Class Cities.
All tho fourth class cities wero
rosonted in tho charter convention
nt Frankfort, this weolc, excepting
Dayton, ABhland, Mnysvillo and
Tho last named was represented
in tho Winchester convention last
month. The charter prepared thoro
foro has boon agreed to by all but
throo cities nndtheoo will acquiesce in
tho work dono. Follow iug wero tho
reprosontotnos at Frankfort:
Cynlhiaua Mayor F. S. Ashbrook.
Danville Couucilmau Cbas. II.
Rhodes, Senator IJ. J3rockouridgo,
Chairman of t&o i)icnato committeo
Georgetown Chainnau, S. M.
Da is, Judgo Urudley.
llnrrodsburg City Attornoy J. F.
Vanarsdall, John Ilughoa and lion.
W. W. Stophonson, of tho Houso
committeo on Municipalities.
Mnyfiold Judgo; J. E. Robbins
Middlosbo rough Councilman J.
Mt. Sterling Cilv Attorney A. A,
"Paris Copt. J. W. Lucas.
Richmond -Councilman J. J
Sholbyillo City Attorney J. C,
Winchester Mayor F. F.
Judgo J. M. Bouton.
ITopkins illo Couucilman 13. M.
Flack, Chns. M. ileachani.
Tho mest important questions Bottled
woro thoso relating to tho boundaries,
tho legUlatho department, tho
solcction of infc rior oificors, tho
of saloons aud qualifications of
Itwasdocided aftor much
that tho bouudarios of cities can
bo changed only by n commission of
throo members uppoiutcd by tho Gov
crnor upon petition of throe-fourths
of tho council. Said commibsiou to
considon tho matter fully and decide
v bother tho houudurios of tho city
should be extended or reduced.
Tho Logislatno jowor is to bo
in a Muor nud a Board of Councilman
consisting of not loos thnu 7
nor more than 12 members, tho number
to bo dotorminod by tho Council,
which will also prescribe tho boui
darios of wards and change sarao not
of tenor than ouco ovory two yeais.
Tho Major aud Police Judgo are to
bo appointed by tho Council or elected
by tho people aa oach Council may
datermiuo and in tho. o cut the Constitution
will not permit a floxiblo
chart or, thou tho appointive B)6teiu
nlouo is to bo adopted, n resolution to
that offeet being udopted by a voto of
9 to U cities. 'Iho best lawyers of the
Sonnto hold that such lntitudo will bo
pormlsslablo under tho Constitution
Thoso two otlicors uro to bo chosen
for four years, tho Mayor not to bo a
nioinboroniirC6uni.il. Tho Council
is to bo olectod ovory two years so
Unit only oiory othor Council will
havo thoeo oIIjcoh 10 fill.
Tho majority of tho alios iavor a
high liquor liconso nnd.IIopkinsvillo's
proiwhition to lono tho mutter entirely
to tho Council was lost by C to 7.
By tho same oto from 1500 to 51000
was fixed ns the llcenso for saloons;
from 5200 to JJ500 for drug stores and
from SSOO to $500 for retailers boiling
not loss thou a iiuurt. This is tho
haiuoIproUsion adopted ut
Tho Chiof ol liolioe, itolicemoii, col
lector, assessor, utlonioy and all
others city ofliolaW are to bo appoint
ed by tho Council, J no oswusser is
required Ho tako u coiihuh owy othor
j cur. Voters are required to p iy ull
your pay ull
flues and be rcgisUuod before thoy
cinvoio. In addition tobolng
thoy must MljMUJlfc losidontfl
of tho city mid wurujp.
Tho chartor mnlniuH tunny othor
oatcolloiit proiibloua which will bo referred
SpoAkorMooro Announces His Com
Tho JIouso commit tecs wore an
nounced by sneaker Mooro Mondov.
tko most important of which aro as
JudiciarySim. Mvnni. Hnlbort.
Whitakor, Qulgloy, Kriegor, Ilanks,
Stoto Pilsons Sualdluir. Gav.
Bolts, Bailey, Hays, Bott, Qlouu,
Kremor. Woods. Sham.
Uonsloy, Ferguson, Potitt, Dickson,
Cbaritablo Institutions Tnvlor
Spnlding, Harlan, Mathers, Johnson,
Bns9,Houaly, A. D.James.
Education Hoys. Glonn.Whitakor.
Caudill, Walton, Gay, Finn, J. S.
lto,onuo aud Taxation Frazeo,
Daniel, James. Mclnerv. Kincholoo.
Hay, Bass, Ayors, Birkhond, Tiusloy.
Agriculture Sliouso, Wnlton, Hoed,
G.E. Wlllott, Kincholoo, McElroy,
Beard, Crow, Comer
Lund Titles KInchloo,
Aruelt, Howard, L. E. Thomas,
Bennett, Doaue, Jopliu.
Judicial Districts Garrison,
Botts, Hurt, Bass. Arnott. John
son, Sims, Phllpot.
Legislative Districts J. R. Thomas,
Hays, Bayloy, Summers, Howard,
Woods, Eduiiston, Stewart, Hisseu.
Municipalities Sharp, W. II. May,
Taylor, Stophonsou, Kremor,
Mclnory, Ball, Adams,
Municipal Classification Whitaker
Charlton, Ball, Payuo, Edmiston,
Tribblo, Bailoy, Cullon, Causler.
Utiles Speakor Mooro, Sims
Myers, Woods, Hanks.
, Propositions and Griovancos
Hays, Louis E. Thomas, Dawson,
Aloxandor, McElroy, Loltorlo, Joplin.
Claims Honsloy. Ponn. Garrison.
Severs, Bartman, Gough, Pullen.
Ways anil Moans-Hart, Kincholoo,'
Honsloy, Summers, Pullou, Neat, Wil-
Public Morals Avers. B. F. Will
ett, Shouso, Harnod. Louis Thnmn.
Internal Improvomonts B.iss.
Beard, Shouse. MeElror. Lntlnrln.
Mihtary Affairs-G. E . Willett,
Charlton, Ball, Dawson. Canslor,
Smkinir Fund Botts. Leaiell,
Folk's, Carroll, Bartman. R. B. Yil-
Jnks and Bankincr Woods.
lor, Hanks, Loaioll, Carroll, Sims, J.
Court of Anneals and Simerior
Court O'Moaro. Daniel James. Oui-'-
loy, Ferguson, Myers. Stonhonson.
Peak, Arnott, Bashaw.
Circuit Courta Gardner.
Bashaw, Hnnks. Hnlbort. Anif.it.
Couuty and City .Courts Mathers.
Thomas, Cnrroll, Poitor, Porkins.
General Statues Hallwrt, Dickson,
Sims, O'Moara, Ball, Gardner, Arnott,
Codoof Prnctico Mjors, O'Moara,
Dickson, Krieger, Peak, Welch,
Criminal Law Arnott, Whittakor,
Quigloy, Peak, Welch, Garduer,
A. and M. Collogo Ferguson
Sharp, Rood, W. H. May, Aloxauder,
Geological Servoy-Caudill, Hoard,
Payno, Durham, Deauo, Canslor,
fusuranco -Daniel Jamos, Sharp,
Garrison, Follia. Stewart.
Heed, Bartman, Sims, Bailoy, Lhcly.
Iiotronchmeut and Roform Birk-
head, Ileod, Horned. Aloxandor.
Doano, J. S. May, Bonuott.
Public Health Johnson. Dr.,Tnmos.
Gough, Stow art, Ryuu, Hittchiiibou,
Public Office, and Librurv Hnrl.
Carroll, Shurp, Polit, Hays, Bailoy,
Minos and Miu'iug Summers,
Howard, Dr. James, Dawson. Pavne.
Spalding, J. S. May.
Immigration uud Labor Mclnery,
Dawson, Harlan, Doono, Rynu, Cro,
SulTrogo mid Elections Hauks, I
Uauiol Jamos, HulDert. Hart. Pottit
Printing uud Accounts Wnlton,
Summers, Carroll, Pullen, Tinsloy.
Fedoral Relations -Daw sou, Trib
bio. Ball, Livoly, Tate.
VS1,!1,1,10.". H, Triblifo,
F.'Willott, Stewart, Hisson.
The Myora men did not figure ma
teriauy in tho niukoup. Myers himself
Was made chairman nf tho committoo
ouCodo of practice Hon. Fouton
Suns, of Trigg, is cm tho Judiciary
Hon. Polk Canslor, Christian'H
in placed upon tho committees
on Municipal Classifications,
Military A iluira ami Geological
Stoto of Ohio, Cty of Toledo, )
Luciih Couuty. t 81,
Frank J. Chouey makes oath that
he is tho senior partner of tho firm of
l , .J.Uhouoy A: Co,, doing business iu
tho City of Toledo, couuty nud Stoto
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
tho sum of ON' 13 HUKDRI3D DOL-Lurs
for each and eory caso of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by tho use
of HaH's Catarrh Cure.
, , F.J. CHENEY,
hworn to boforo mo and mibscrilwd
In mv lirnsniiffi. IIiIh fit li ilnv nt 71 .-
comlwr, A. D 188J.
(-, A. W, OLBASON,
Hall's Cuturrh Cum is token
and acta directly ujion tho blood
and mucous burfaecs of tho &yntoin.
Send for tostlinoiilak freo.
F. J. Culnev k Co., Projw.,Tolodo, 0,
l& enJiu Mjr iyruggi&is, no.
the bald.heaoed club.
ntiug of tho
wro.K . ii'iaavr.
urday ni g h t
was full, liitnt of tho member having
bsen In thai condition ftltico tho
Judgo Lon ell, tho now I'rcwidont,
rapped tho mooting to order nud proceeded
to raid the riot act to thww
who had during Christmas week departed
from tho paths of ttmpornuco
nud sobriety. This unpleasant duty
having been performed to his satisfaction
and a fund raisod to pond tho
worst cases to Dwight, Illinois, Col.
Leavoll proceedod to the regular order
of business. '
Tho petition of Mr. Clarcuco
wai presonted mid roforred to
tho committee on Barron Landscapes.
Col. Boulo and Col. Tompkins, w ho
aro rivals for tho honor of bsinj; tho
baldest men In the Club, regarded Mr.
Bhikemoro's admission with more or
loss disfavor, but as bo was
ns a man iu ovory way qualified
to become a Knight of the Shining
Puto, his petition wns favorably voted
upon as soon ns tho Committoo had
rotired aud satisfied, themseh os by n
microscopic examination that thoro
was no mistako ubout his baldnosn.
Col. Waller Kelly, Chainnau of tho
Committeo, statod iu his report Hint
Mr. Blnkemoro was as much ootitled
to tho rank of Colonel as any man iu
Uia Club. Indeed tho fact had boon
dovoloped that Col. Blokemore's
fo hair was bo pronounced
that ho wouldn't oven shoot rubbits
Col. Blakcmoro was nsiigned a soat
next to Col. W. T. Bonto.
At this stage Col. Lemuel McKeo
wns observed sitting over by tho water
buckot with his hat on btJ bond.
This breach of etiquette was about
to bo rebuked by Frosidont Lenvell
when Col. Thomas Rodman nrosonnd
aiked to bo allowed to prefer o chargo
agaiust a membor. He was sorry to
say that ho had roasjn to belieie that
Col. McKeo had been using n hair re
storer and had theroby committed the
tho mojt flagrant offense rocognized
by tho Club. He would go farther
and say that 'o his jwrsonal Knowl
edge tho once honored President of
tin Club had so far forgotten his obligation
to keep forotor bald ns to
produce a crop of haro upon his hd
and theu with tho audacity if a
had oomo iuto tho very lodgo
room of tho Club he had d honored.
Col. Kodman pointed to Col McKee
and called attention to his hat, which
covering upon his lwvl ho said confirmed
th cluuge ho made.
This statement crosted a profouud
flonsation. It wns known that Col.
jiouiiasaimmn? na ostricn egg
three weeks before and he matter
wai about to be laughed at and dismissed
from notico wh i Col. Dick
Holland robonud said tlint Col. Mc
Ivto was guilty of tho chargo and ho
eudorbod tho demand of Ccl Rodman
that ho bo dealt with uccording to tho
laws ol tuo order.
ims brought Col. Dno Wiley to
his foot, who casually romarked that
tho wholo thing was stuff and
and that ho would back up bii
opinion by betting S50 thaf Col.
didn't lnio n huir onjrwboro on
top of his head. Col. Holland
promptly covorod tho nmount nud
to bo bluffed when half a dozen
othor members, including tho President
himself, crowded arouinl nud
asked to bo accommodated for
amounts. As boon at the money
had beeu deposited with Col. Rodman
as Judgo Loavoll
ordered Col. McKoo to ndvaneo aud
slnud beuonth tho glaro of Col.
olectrtc light, which threw its
oirulgont rays into tho window from
tho top of a greoii polo just on tho
Col. MoKoe came roluctaatly forward
uud hi Judge Leaoll lifted the
polishod beegum from his still more
polished roof, n dead hare dropped
upon tho lloor with a dull sickening
thud, tho toost wv u mmbrs of a no
ble order $!JM iu cool, oalm collected
The skin gamo in ita now uud
prood form had done its work aud us
tho throo Colonels implicated dhidod
tho spud among theinsolvos, groans
and walls of auguisb wero heard from
tho victims. A mournful silonoe fell
upou.tho Club and whon tho whole
truth had dnuiod upon tho
the soots that bad sorocontly contained
three pr Jiniuont memhora woro
observwl to bo now occupied jjy va
cant spoco ol notliiiignoss. No material
Biibstnueo wai thoro, It was
Cicero who said of auothor Boman:
Abiit, excossit, ovasit, orupit. So
with thoso gentleman. They had
roamed out into tho cold, damp, dismal
ouUldo, Thoy had gone, without
oven leaving a look of their hair.
This, bow over, Is easily ns
they wero not cut Urn; the Jugular
,volns of turnips or engaged lu the
liilruclo business whon they loft.
As soon as tho Club was osain called
to order Prosideut Leauill unfolded
irpupor containing tho pictures of
tho recent candidates for Speaker and
proceeded to mako a tv desultory remarks.
"I have the pleasure to notify tho
Club that uothor man
has beeu slgimlly honored. Four
gontlouion recently contended for tho
bouor of presiding oor tho Koutucky
iiuunu iiMvui'ifmuiiuiitira UDiitir tiinsn
geiitlomon was bald and tho olhors"
wero not. Ofcoursi) iiiu uai a uoiuiou
ctntosmaii wvu. It Isalwaysthat way
No man whoso brain Is clogged vith
Lot us nil nuiko
We keep a
SILK MUFFLERS, SILK ILiXnKlCltCUlKFS,
SILK SUSPENDERS, LIXFA IMNDKiHCllll$FjS
SILK AND SATM TIES, LIXEN G0LL.il ttf.
DRESS SHIRTS, SUIT QF 1MB UXDERW FAR,
EMBROIDERED VELVET and GOAT SLIPPERS, CUSTOM SHOES.
TRAVELING BAGS and VALISES.
Laic Stylo Brown, stiff Hats, Custom madeSuUs, Extra fine Custom, made Silk I'ouls
Prices are beyond question lower than any house in town.
tho roots of hair growing upon his
bond can contend against ono who is
not similarly aflliclod.
"Tho rank vino nbototho bill
a small crop of stringy potatoes,
When tho tubars aro well developed
you will find that littlo if any substance
has been wasted above tho surface.
So with tho human brain. When
tho gray mattor flourishes and grows
stioug boneoth, tho hair on the
falls away for tho lack of nourishment,
und whon tho roots of a luxuriant
hirsute thicket pluugo deep into
a man's thinker, you will find tho
ideas small und fow in tho hill. This
accounts for tho fact that bald-hooded
men nro always to tho front. The
ablest men in tho world are bald.
Tho groatest statesmen of modern
times havo discarded tho use of hair.
Looknt Glodstono! Look at
Crispl Look nt Speaker Moorol
Look at mo! Wo havo all gained
aud won distinction by having
our he ids bald outside instead of
on tho iusnlo. It takes a bald head to
win in cry timo and our forefathers
realized this whon thoy mado tho bald
eaglo our nationnl bird and the emblem
of our freedom. Gentlemen,
hau'ng increased your store of information
to this extent, you now havo
my permission to disporse." And
thoy uroso and wont out.
Tho I. W. Harper is tho finost whiskey
on oarth. Used in moderation,
it is a buro speciilc for general debility,
for insomnia, for mentnl dnnrossion.
It h as fragrant as ripe fruit and when
ii'ieu in mouurblion it lengthens lite,
adds to our joys and urives dull care
1 ho I W. Harpor whiskey is absolutely
puro. It is proscribed by tho
ahlost pbynicinnaof this country, and
by degrees it is winning a world-wide
Sold by W.R.Long and J.W. Smith
A case of Catalepsy has developed
at Central Insano Asylum, near Anchorage.
Joaio Hatcher, who has
been confined in the institution for
soon years, is tho patient. She hoi
been lying in a stoto of coma, and
with tho oxcoption of throo intervals
of threo minutes each, hs boon asloop
for twonty soron days and nights;
tho caso is creating a good deal of interest,
ospecially to studonta of medical
srieuco nud physiology nnd is being
irotched with groot caro by
Pusly oud his assistant,
Dr. John Young Brown, Jr.
A rrizofiightbotweon a man and a
woman occurred in Indianapolis, Ind.,
this week, for a purao of $500. The
woman whipped her man in eight
rounds and was awarded tho money.
Shois tho wifoof a railroad conductor
and is said to bo a woman possessed
of jwrtorful strength and actirity.
Probably John L. will yot meet his
Sonalor Carpoutor has fntrodueod
& bill in tho Ohio Souate to redistrict
the Stub in tho interest of the Republicans,
It will givo six Domocrots
and fifteen Ropublicau districts. Somo
of tho Democratic districts will be
ory clobo, how over, and would be
somotvhnt uneortuiu with a full vote.
To Our "Charter Members."
There nro upon our subscription
books a number of subscribers who
havo token tho Kentcckiuj continuously
slnco its first Issue Jan. 1,
18(9. Th y wore "char tor raombors"
and hao stuck to us through thick in
thin, j ear in and year out for thirteen
years, Thoy havo followed tho pa-
per through all its changing fortunes
and stood by it with a loyalty that has
uoorwnored. Now that tho
firmly established as tho
host and most proporoii8 newspaper
in Wotorn Kontucky, wo havo this
proposition to nmko to our old
Every subscriber who,
has lakon tho Kentuoiun siuco its
first issuo will, during 1892, bo givo n
if ho desires it, an extra copy of tho
paper freo, to bo sont to any addross
dosired, This does not oontomplato
a renewal of your own subscripUon
without pay, but tho preposition is to
givo you 1 no papors whon you pay
up for 1692. Tho only couditlcn
is that tho oxtra paper bo sont
to a uamo not now on our list. All
these subscriptions will oxplro with
tho your 1892, whothor put on Jan, 1
or July 1. This oflor Is mado fcir
thive roasous. Tho first is to show
our appreciation ui iiul. lAcnrn nn
.1Hr, b'troduco tho Kkntuckiin
lllfA families ltll,.ik li .l-A 1.
"do whore It does not now go
8I1( the third Is to piovo that "18"
otter all is not as uulucky t, number
as uas ueou ropreteatou,
somebody happy at the close oft his fruitful
V f i"
large variety of goods especially suitable for
gentlemen and boys9 presents that are nsefnl
and will be appreciated; such as
1 Colli ill M Co
Planters :-: Warehouse.
Tobacco & Wheat Commission Merchants,
HANBERY & SHRYER, Propr. ,
RAILROAD ST., Bi:TVi:r.N lOI'H AND UTII, IJOPMXSVIM.H, ICY.
Qpeclal attention given to Sampling aud Soiling all T.'Wro consigned
"ton?. Four mouths frco storage to planter. Ulnjrcil n'lvti,ei en To
bacco iu store. All Tobacco insured utiles otherwise -1
of cents por lllul, for the first sixty dj", ami iw u
por month thoreaflcr. Good ipiarters for toams and team .
Tho 2Viifi, a Sunday papor, which
was 'started at 1'auucan soierai
months ago, has suspended publico
tion. Tho material will bo used in
tho publication of a labor paper to bo
started somo timo not mouth at
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; It is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gcnUy yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowols. cleanses tho system
effectually, dispels colds, headaches
and favsrs and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind over produced,
pleasing to tho taste and acceptable
to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable subftances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and haro made H the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of F1,m is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles liy all leading druggists.
Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro-euro
it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIO SYIWP CO.
3.K fRAHCIKO, CAU
touisviut, n. Ntw mm, m.r.
O. V. TIME TABLE.
Tnkci effect VoTcmtMrlOtb,lS
Vo 81 No. St.
I.r. Kmnavlllt .10-00 tin SKOpm
Ar Ilcmlervoa , . 10:53 am H:l()itn
4r i;orylon , ,, ra t;ti pm
Ar MorfinlJeM ll:Mim lo.oopin
Ar Dekuien , . . , U.Mpr.. lujtl pm
ArHiursl , . Iklpin lu.Uji iu
Ar Mnrlou , . 1 :t , iu 1 1 :51 p ui
Ar l'rlncecon . ... . U:JSaiii
Va Si. Nu.81.ni
I.r Princeton . . ... 3.00 in. 1:1(1 pli
Ar Marina .4.07in r:Mpm
ArHturgli i.ouiiu l:M ji in
ArDaKuYen . ., , 5:13 III KIIU pid
Ar Alargnnfleld J:Wni 8:l p in
ArCoryiton , .,, Cilim 9:Jpia
Ar Henderson. ,,, ,, 1:15 ra l:Mpn
Ar KvniTllie. ,,,.,. T:iom louopm
Having changed tho namo of tho
Kress Medioino Co.,
of Kvansvillo, Indiana, to tho '
Carls' tedt Medicine Co.,
thoprcparatlqii Introduced by us
tho uamo of KltLSS UVKR
rOWDKK Will fiom now on bo
OAltLTEDT LI'YKH POWDER.
This great Gonnau Itemed la a
valuable family medicine. It Is a
sure and cffecllvo euro for all Illlious
Diseases, Dyspepsia., C'oittlvcnos,
Liver Complaint, rover ami Akiio,
Nonous ami Sick Headache,
and Djecntory of a bilious type,
also a lu'ovcntlvo and cuio fur Con-
Istlpatlou and l'llos. For snlo by all
.. ., .,,
),1. ....to... .1 ......! ,!.,
ill iii;ibis, vu.iin.
Oaiilsteut Slitnimic Co.,
Deo. 1, 1801. Bvamvlllc, Ind,
Monday, Jan. 11.
Special engagement of the woll '4110WU
In his Great Laughing Crnzo,
A PAIlt OF KIDS.
Supiwrtol by his own company of
Comedian. Throo hours of laughter,
Seventh Voar, Tho laughing
oveut of tho 6ooAon.
Prices 25o, o and 75c.
ResMvod sesta at Galbreath'n,
1 V JHKYtili.
l. & a. h.
Illl. tll'.f . -
Clrclttotl Lrilnmt Lmnvi
E7ano7l3l3. 8t. L01I1,
Naihvlllo. Menpbis, Moat
Mobllo. and Kw JriMtai,
AND SPECU CfnlVALKil.
Shortest & Quickest fioufe
From St. Louis,, Cvansulhi wl
Hondrson to the
SOUTtUBAS' . .1.
From above cities to Naab.
villo and Chattanocga.
making direct ton- N
PULLMAN PAL.A J l
For Atlanta Navsunah
Connections are made at Guthri nud
Nnshvi"e for all point
North, East, South and -Vest,
In Pullman Palaco Cart.
this road will receive s,oii low rates
Sse agents of this ooinxiny for rates
routes &e., or writo to
O. P. ATJionK, G. P. AT. A
Bis Rooms Crowded on
His first I is it and
Everybody S. 1 T2SFIED,
.' - imfWlt I1W I I
i&A lit .4 . I " "" -
J. S. APPLEMAN. M. D.
Thft I Al il.t .t i
foniKrly I'rofrwnr of l il wf lleillclno.
Klcctiicnl JNlciliial Uonago,
Now 72xnmimnir PlifIclali
Southeni Mnllcul luatltufo,'
Will bont the I'Mnlllniil TtnirOiv, Jtl
II. ono Uy oulj. ! luiuUi, n .ri.ui araat
ilnrliillieyfr, trotiitt u. iii 'Mt. .
Dr. Al'l'luniuu u iu .mv isiiqr.
lllul Mi.Ural t,lle!, Nw u,( n, km,0i
Vkclllrnl Lollct, I'.aoui itu, Hk
huniado a )crlnl itu'l) i it ill hhmIis
tTO14lll tlio Kivulll' 1" n I 'in i llw
illiUtor)VcriilJriia t n ii
lUnuiuwInK nnI irviiiin i i. ui. I.
eaac. lliAl'il nil hl II iiv I i ..n.iimtl
odhruuln null nervmn l)n' .t !
and hit iklll ( n part lu tl.ln yt i i IUH'
U ircll nUlilUliuil 'lit i ev lull ik
Arut mill I'linmlo lulnrrli, lUiieliiif tu
rum, llritrnrx. Ultra a lliti I , Rar.
Nu.r. I limit, .uriEi. HMDoyt, lilmrr
anil lllmldrr TrouMft,
llilrhlaillMiiM UlalHfUir, In i ,
.Ihiallon. l(ln)uUiii m. i I
riilk.nyorflllil.i 1 i.i .-1
.. . ..
: ;. ...iiijiu um.1 i...
lT.ult ot in iim I iflStflfef
It I, l.Hilnlp. w giiitrui iun Wrijel
liai noltfunu too far. ,
huiariluiiualialraii ' uitlii.tTTR(acf
cnimiiriitlr iiiwii' I if
Ulood and Sim Dioti,
AiSvuhlll' fill iMltiia, libMiL Ms.
cum I L' hum i 'nlHuic ivi MMtn.
UMantikill Hi mm, (II
fill nun. iriiiui' i aasjtti'nL
litaiila li It 1 1 a milra 111 alltllTfaaarl LaU feat ml tlaat ifiii I inl
lie uuilttkOa Q IWJlfiMd iIauim but
luiTtliumlivlt liven iit 'U '
Couo,, Mv am. l.,,,,,.
The riouthorn MeilU'iil and surgical
M t'Ktli ATeuue, f.ouI Ule, Ur, i
and glorious year of
SXJCJC3JE: s s
For Sale by lingers Si Llglu, Ifopklusiille, Ky., J. Y,' CabtmUs, Treatou
Ky., W. 11. Urewer, Fatniow, Ky.
t it nsro k. it n.
IdlaulIUn - k. llnllum .V 1 0. Iite wlln
MA'N STHfcr, rROMTINQ VHARF,
LIBERAL ADVANCEMENrS OH TOBACro IN STORF
ELsHi';C "TSUwr r .
IIOI'R I'tp f "
LATH ALUXANDRies HOTEL.)
0rnrJf l,0,rni)l,TiSlrein,Mll.w,rfH, l,wl,?lP. Kr
UeceaUf reuovateil from eellar.to roof. All Mudoru improvoiminU, L
oluding sWw boat, eievutor, elect rui esllUilh ami tlgwpli olh'ce, Entiro
hoiifco lighted with iiwnuuWeiit leu(ri tijftHrt. Kleetrlo wrs pass tho door
for mi part of the olty. ,, IST IUtu $ZM tbr Bit.
illJfi$BrX. 4 Olevks. R" '-OGAN,
J. L.AUSIULL 3 , ,uaunKor,
( I.MtlCtiVlU.B, - HaXy.,
and aitltllo maniioi.
None but the Lost material used.
fisWMU. J M. WUITLOM' Is our Solicitor for woik
U Estate anil Iniu!
"XTTnr"!r '' l tiitelli Artt nl Sollcltora .xillcr fvr jaiiU lilgaar lasi, li
(Ml ' p.wlnlirinniiil l.lfonuinni:, whontlie feeican luain) anJiei.
V V LJL. "AU , trfiOTmlrtsliioilliiriu'jiiiUiliigtoiHTotireiiilrslloni,
ur aur uaw !.
ItllllL , luiiTMcg2isciit ran aell
Ikiuent n I l I x twwWMtotf l policy
I'iniiilUaBSaAdlnj? Mtaey ut KNI,TT & JIOOUli,Oenral Imursuc a4.Jte
''fFJTVE UriAMttBlltuorswiBliuusra on Jtolu Street,
rtiniUall,oo.litHi),lol,arilennilotfHiullillug lluu.u retonllr jialnl'a aud u!
Houm Sa let on Soain l.Iiierlr (Street) 0
Aft ""'I lo?i J"' l"S'l Slrootl T
Uullilliu", wull IniiirorO'l.
AKI uiaklnirsp llttaml rii'peilr f.wneu luvlDe liou
pr a rent .ir tel.
world de will lollW thorn wlllt u anif bare IdcmadfAtluiliVeeoicliain
,-, ,, n in, .
;.iH, .!.! IT... .1.1. .....111.. ir
kjuwvvoi Ainiumfi aLujiiiiamiiv, 4vjr.
our Lord 1ST.
. $ '& SVPVutV mVi . k'
' Jl j " 1 I
' t t fe
. Sure Curo for 'l Msonso i tr
Cattle, Siieep and Hogs
Jtatog '.xm trapurltlM crtho I tootf, snl
from Fusctloaal Ixirimgwi eU.
DEAD SHOT OH VORmo. 44 C IRTAIH
r .ZVSBTIOH OP HOC C'lf. ;f.
wmiKK. tiKvc norn.
llrriHlon 1 UJr.
T K HANCOCK,
SAJ I SMAN.
z , - t 3s?:n
X: B. V - .i ne
ftum.t u '. 'r.
. rk i iii Tale
H . KI?NTttCY
-'i "HI H --IM ntu l. I i.iiirUTVal
W'? N,,- " iirisi.
i'hifih IWiS 1(1 HO.HtHM7lliniSls7
; IAN MARBLE
, raos dr siiMhle
1 ASTERN GRANITE
MOV UMLNTS, TABLET8,
Altrr tOjenis' oxpyiliMito wo fool conmlunt that
orders ontmtcd tons will bo oxcciilcd In a skillful
ron a but or proinpt rnii mUtRPtorr IH
In onsot llio hik leading ullaklt (hrnyCui
nwm,ull, ttable Bnd ut IuIUIdj,.
iwnu, lull, aetvBqfs loom, ""ii -?
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Agonts. QflUwi torner 8th and Main
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