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Otbca 18 and SO Ninth Blrtt
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, - 1B02.
Allco Mitcltoll, tlio Memphis mur
Uoross, will bo tried within two wooks
for ltinnov. Until that timo alio will
.remain in jail. Hor companion", ,Miss
Johnson, who denies hor guilt, will
innko nn olTort to got out on bond.
Mr. Wnlorberry.of Now York, failed
to watch his sou mid
tho boy wns kidnapped Monday, and
n demand for n SC.QOO ransom was
niado in n lottor. Tho alTair will probably
bo wound up by tho payment of
A delegation from Mndifonvillo is
nt Frankfort trying to Iibto
Hopkins cut ofT from Christian in tho
judical apportionment. Tho main
is to fix up n'districl for J. Fletch
Dempsoy, who wants to run for Circuit
Tho list in Kentucky
is Email but very select. It includes
tho Stanford Interior Jourdal,
theJDanvillo Advocate, Tho Bourbon
Newt and tho Ilopkinsvillo
In point of merit thoy nro a Buro
onougli "Big Four."
Rov. Dr. .Basil Manly, of tho Southern
Baptist Theological Somlirary,
Louisvillo, died this week, llo was
born in 1825 and was ono of tho four
young ininstors who founded tho
institution with which ho wns connected
at tho timo of his doath. Ho was
distinguished as n thcologinn,
Tho Courier-Journal is silout editorially
on tho subject but, in its issuo
of Monday it allows its Washington
correspondent to tnko strong ground
against tho nomination of any mnu
from New York State Tho nrticlo
concludes by declaring that tho faction
in that stuto should "bo taught a
lesson that Now York is not tho United
Thoro will bo throo whito men hanged
in Kentucky to-day Simpson
Bush, in Powoll; "Win. 1'uckett, in
Estill and Robert Charlton in Henderson.
Ono legal hanging nnd ono
lynching haTO already occurred this
year and threo moro murderers nro
tinder soutouco of death in Louisvillo.
Last year thoro wore thirteen hangings
in tho State, olovon of them
A jwpular oration characterized
Grovcr Cleveland's roturn from Florida
to Now York this week. His
through tho Southern Statos was
n triumphal march. Atlanta was tho
only placo nt which ho consented to
inukon epeoch, whoro tho crowd at
tho djx)t numborod 5,000 people. Although
Atlanta is tho southern headquarters
of tho Hill boomlet, thoro
wero enthusiastic cheers for "Our
next 1'residont" n hen Cleveland's t
talk was concluded.
Tho U. S. Supremo Court on Fob. 1
handed down its opinion, concurred
in by all of tho Court oxeotpiug Justico
Field.decidmg Gov.Boyd of Nebraska
to bo a naturalized citizen and restoring
him to his office, Ho was elected
ns a Democrat in 181X) and qualified for
a two years term Jan. 1, 1891.
nllerwards Thayer, tho Republican
usurped tho oflieo
again and had Boyd ousted by tho
Courts.Tliisdocision knocks out Thayer,
whois still hanging on to tho oflieo,
although his attorney has advised him
to rotiro ns gracofully as possible.
Tho mandalo of tho Court will not be
issued until Fob. iil), and Thayer can
if ho chooses, rofuso to get out until
ho is kicked out by this last stop of
tho law. Gov. Boyd liaa notified his
old appointees to prepare to resume
their rospoctivo stutions. Iu tho meanwhile
no attention will bo paid to
Thayer's official nets, ns Boyd is recognized
as tho legal Govornor. Tho
State oil inspector appointed by Gov.
Boyd has resumed his duties aud tho
oil compauios rowguizo him.
llov, Chas II. Spurgeou diml In
Englaudou tholllst iu6t, Ho had been
for a quarter of n eonlury n leiuling 2
light of tho Iluptist (lonoiniiiutloii.
Whim Henry V!tn Beocher wns iu
his fullRlory, which wns ut theeloso of
tho civil war, Rpiirgoonocciipiod much
tho name place iu England that
13eochor hold in America. Strangely
ouough, Spurgoou was tho son of u
Congregational minister. Ho was
born ut Kolvodou, Iox, iu 18'M.
llo became a Baptist vommiiuicaut
while ho wns yot u vary youug man, I
nnd assumed tho pustoruto of u
church ut Wnterford. Ho had
already mado local fame as u "boy ,
roacher," From Wnterford ho won t
Now I'arU chapel
nud hero hu aroso to immodiato
opiilarity. This was iu 1S511. From
tho NowTark chujwl ho mOvod twico
to lurgor hulls, but thoy in turn proving
inadequate tho Motrojiolituii
Tulwruaclo was projected for him,
and was oponodlu 1801. Tho
freo J rom debt.
It Is n luonbtor building, seating
tnceu C,000 ntul (1,000 people, and
9 located lu Xowiugtou Dutts. Tho
building, with 1.01110 modifications, is
tho paosoul houso of worship.
A. aja? I t
A freo colnatro resolution was to
forred by n volo of 88 to 513.
Tho McCain bill was to eomo up
yostorday in commllleo. Mr. 1'onk
has Introduced n similar bill iu tho
Tho Houso is now considering tho
Rovonuo and Taxation roiwrt iu
of tho wholo.
Tho committee on CLr.dtnblo Institutions
will visit tho Asylums on tho
Kith, beginning at Lexington nnd
ending at Hopkiusvillu.
V Tho SJato Treasury is empty. Tho
bank account Is overdrawn S2,'20O.
Tho iuBiirnuco companies owo $10,000
and tho railroads 500,000, which is nil
tho money in sight till Sept.
begin. Tho Legislature costs
$1,000 a day, nnd thoro you nro.
Senator Brccltcuridgo fins offered in
tho aliapo of a memorial tho charter
for fourth class.cilies, adopted by tho
convention nt Frankfort. Roferred to
tho committco on Municipalities, of
which Senator Breckemidgo is chairman,
aud 400 copies ordored priutod.
Senator Dotuior, ono of tho now
Senators, mado his maidon speech
yostorday on tho legislativo
ineut rosolution. His speech wns n
calm, legal argument, such as might
bo delivered ton' chancellor, and was
listened to attentively by tho Sonnlo.
Tho Democratic Cnucus Tuesday
night mado short work of tho nomination
of a Librarian. Mrs. Mary 15,
Day, tho presonl.iucumbont, was
Miss Kirkman's namo be
ing withdrawn iu tho snmo spoech
presenting it. Miss Kirkman is understood
to bo a candidate- two years
Buckuor Leavoll, druggists, desires
to inform tho publio thas ho fs agent
for tho most successful preparation
that has yot been produced for coughs,
coldt' and croup, It will loosen ami
reliovo a sovcro cold iu loss timo than
any othor treatmoul. The articlo
to is Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Itisn medicino that has
won fnmo aud iopulurityon its merits,
nnd ono that can always bo depended
upon. It is tho only known remedy to
provent croup. It must bo tried to bo
appreciated. Itisputupiu 50 cent
and $1 bottles.
Polk Johnsou has been olected
President of tho Frankfort Humano
Society, Now lot us hopo ho may
abandon tho habit of making bad
II Ml .11
Tho I. W. Hnrpor is tho finest
on earth. Used in moderation,
it is asuro specific for general debility,
for insomnia, for mental depression.
It is ns fragrant ns n'io fruit and wliou
used in moderation it lengthens life,
adds to our joys and drives dull care,
Tho I. W. Harper whiskoy is absolutely
puro. It is proscribed by tho
ablest phyoicians of this country, nnd
by degrees ,t is winning a
Sold by W.R.Lougand J. W. Smith
Tho eleventh ward of Louis illo
will elect a Councilman Feb. llth.
There should bo eleven candidates to
properly leaven tho political lump,
but uufortuuatoly thoro aro only seven.
Tho Chilian war is over but Garza is
still defying tho military forces of
two great republics and tho State of
Scribnor'a Magazino for Jnuunry
begins tho sixth year and olovouth
volumoof tlio periodical, which now
announces u circulation of more than
ono hundred nnd forty thousand
copios monthly (which is constantly
increasing). Tho plans for tho now
year ineludo, besido tho moro purely
literary contents, reiuarkablo serioe
on thoFbor in tho World'n G rent Cities ;
Importaut Historical Mouumonts, by
ominont men who took part in thorn;
Papers; occasional Railway
articles on Rapid Transit, Australian
Railways, Spood in
on importunt Water-ways, llko
thoNiearnguu Canul, and tho
Chicago to tho Ocean; also
travel, exploration, and abundant
fiction including (ho uotablo serial
"Tho Wrockor." bv Robert Louis
Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourno.
Legal Advice at $200 a Word,
ir'rvmtltu liiillfnmpulU Journal.)
It is not oftou a pioco of legal
costs 1200 n word, but yet this
rocontly happouod in this city,
Not loiig ngo ifr, .Norris Uutler, ton
of John M. ilutlcr, who had just
from im ovouiug p.trty at
o'clock in tho morning, hoard a
drivi up to tho houso, mid, 11
moinout later, answered n riug nt
tho door-boll, A young uinu of
hatulsomo Jaco nud energetic manner
blurted out without cwmouoy:
"What States cuu eotiHiiis legully
"1 don't know," mid Mr. Duller,
ns soon us ho could recovor from tho
effect of his .visitor's bluutuesg, "but
will nslc father."
Ho went upstairs, uml, nftor much
kuockiug, aroused his father,
"Father," said ho, "what States
can cousins Jeguly marry Jul"
"Kansas," was thu sluglo word iu
response, botweeu what souudod
stispiulously liku snorcw,
Mr. Uutler reluiued down balrs.
"Well, what iImh hu bnyf" usked
"Kunajs," replied joung Mr.
"Thank you I" Tho door was
ulosad. nud the isitor wus gouo.
Nothing further wits thought of tho
Incident until yeslorday'H nmd
brought Mr. Uutler a certified check f
for 00'for "legal ndvlco" from his
hitherto uukuowu clieut.
M i. ' -
htnto of Oln.i, ( ity of Toledo,
Limns County. f
Frank J. Chenoy innkos oath that
ho is tho iwiiior panfior of tho firm of
Vt J. Chenoy & Co., doing businoss in
ilia City of Toledo, eouuty nnd Stalo
aforetnid, and (hat wiid llrm will pay
lliosnmof ONE HUNDRED
for each and every enso of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by tho uso
of Hnll's Catarrh Curo,
F. J. CHENEY.
Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed
In my protwiee, this 0th day of
A. D. 1890.
. A. V. OLEASON,
' ' Notnry Public
Hall's Catarrh Curo i( taken
and aclslirectly upon tho blood
and mueoils mirfacos ot tho systom.
Send for tostimoniats, freo.
F. J. Cuebv & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
taSolil by Druggists, 75c.
IN THE LUMDEn CAMPS.
The Mnluc Wnndeimn. t.rnila n llnppynnd
n rtwillliy l.lfs
Let tlio dudes talk ns
they may about tlio roa&o furo, coarso
company nnd coarso clnthlnif tlmt nro
common In tlio woods, tlioro Is a pleasure
and nu abandon In a lumberman's
camp that can Imj found nowhero clso
In the world. In tho flrt rdnca n lumber
camp comee tho uoarest to belnjr a
perfect rorutbllo of any tool ty In tho
world. Mvlnif, oatliiir and
olceplup together for day, nttcr
tiny nnd week nftor wcolc, with
no communlenllou with tho outsldo
world save tin oceaslonnl messenger
fvlu comes like n bit of
to those happy lloblnson Cnisoes, every
man comes to consider every other man
his equal, nnd the fraternal foallnghcro
engendered, llko that of armr experiences,
UMiiilIy o.Mi'nds through life.
Qunrreli nud disputes, such asnro
common in country and town, aro almost
unknown here. If one of tho number
happens to have nn acid disposition
lie is ostracised by tlio wliolo camp, nnd
allowed to meditate upon his folly until
contemplation shall have cured him of
his faults. Men .who nro addicted to
coarso and brutal laupuagu become
mollified nud made kinder (rom association
with those who nro of flnor
groin, and gradually the wliolo ltfo of
tho camp Is olevn4ud to a standard that
will compare fuvtnnbly with the
civilization of the Mate.
What a cl'miiec life In tho woods is to
ttudy animals In tlm u later. Then the
bear hides away In leaves or mulct
tlio eoon finds n hollow treq
nnd sleeps nwaytlio cold days and
nights with tho resinous pino woodsfor
it coverlid; the woodcliuck
up In dry knolls far below the frost and
burns the fuel ho ha accumulated during
the summer forhen't; the little chipmunk
tnkes liW wlfo to a dry, airy
earthen rhamber.'nnd tlioro they llvo
on beechnuts anil Roorns, regardless of
deep sjiows or Jdtulerlnir winds, nnd
tho freokled, ernwllnf; caterpillar
that fod on green leaves nnd
herbage when It was a worm
nplus for 'himself, n silken blanket
nnd wraps his Iwdy tlicreou, safe away
under Imrk nnd mass in a chnmber
lnoro'rioJily fm nislicil than any king or
princo that ever ruled. Meanwhile the
hawks and wcKXlpeckers nnd chickadees
flit here nnd there among tho limbs and
trunks of trees seeking food and
wherevor thriy may be found; tho
Iioa vers nnd muskraU build houses that
will reach nliovo the lnjrheht floods, nnd
from barks and grass roots find palatable
meals; the mink nnd otter nnd
fisher cat and lyu hunt day and night
for game, retrnrdlesH of laws or gams
wardens, and moose nnd deer nnd
caribou dig In the snow for grass, cat
ruoss from pendant- limbs, or browso
greedily upon twigs nnd evergroens.
And whatever mammal or bird docs tho
woodsman knows It There Is no fooling
lilm. Men may ynxy short visits to
the woods, catch brief glimpses of tho
Mcnory and go homo nnd wrlto books
nnd books upon the habits of plants
nud animals, but tlielumlmrman knows
more than books nud mo... titan bookmakers.
The lifo nud habits of thoso
who surround him ii'-y his books. In
these he studies dxy nnd night, and yet
so great Is tho lpaon that though ho
apply hlmwlf for years tlio wholo is
Another blessing nf wood lifo In that
ilokness nnd poor ippotiles nro practically
unknown there. The food Is
not dainty, but It Is clean nnd well
cooked, and tho exercise of tho work,
coupled wlth.tUu climtitu and air, gives
n sharp nrtpe'tltu, which In turn brings
good digestion, ftound Meefi and health.
It would bo far beUoi '.nnn drugs and
doctors' medicine for hundreds of tho
Colds and Coughs
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
nnd moot offectivo
It should bo in ovory
Br. J. C. Ayer 8c Co
r J Jfm tiB liiM lfl W B kk
J The Vitiated
When you see
A Ami finrr5
Roly on Sulphur Bit
tors and Health will
BnJ 3 itsuuu to A I Ordiriv & Cn..
1 ......1. ....1.,,......, (
U9CKU, flu: , vr b lucuiwu vrv(4 lUVlUUVU
24 men's black wide brin orease
worth 1.25 to l.0, for
6 Jaokets and Pants, winter wt.,
Small lot Celuloid .collars
A good assortment of fine linen
Gilt Edge Shoe Polish
tymv" ' ('
This is tho wny of the world. AVo don't complain, but rather congratulate you upon buying goods at
such low prices as we have been selling them at for the past 30 days. Our stock is still large, and the wonderful
bargains wo have been giving for somo time will be continued throughout this month. Why not
avail yourself of this great opportunity of buying goods lower than you ever bought thorn bofore?
Your choice of any Ovorooat in the house
$15 to 22.50, for 12.69.
33 1-3 per oent, taken
36 pairs Men's Gaiters, and Lace V. Oalf Shoes, worth
$1.9, for $1.00.
24 pairs $4 and 4.50 Ho8ker's shoes
10 prs. children's Pebble G-oat, worth 1.50 ior -
8prs. children's 13, 1 and 3, grain Gaiters 1.50 -
sickly, dyspeptic el.'l; ,T "bV cities, T?
they were to dinp pen.11 nnd yard
stick nnd 1ktn! .their .circs to tho
woods of Maine fur lino , Inter nnd live
on porlt nnd benns nud bread nnd molasses,
drlnklup their tea from
tin illppers nnd get up n oln 'Uor, by
exerclw, mi'' Uwllmr t roit .r liter.
NO TIME TO SHAVE.
(tra Cnu Uparp lliium for All SorU
Imt tlm llurlirr Mut ituih.
"Shave mo just ns 'Mitck as you can,"
said the man as he hustled into the barber's
chair. ''I am In n grunt hurry."
The barber performed his ofllee in tho
silence that marks th- excellent workman,
but whetlierdircetlon spurred him
Is n matter of doubt. When he had finished,
"tipped hU cusl.imer nut ot tho
chair, nnd was tucking the towel about
tho neck of his next (Kit ion, ho broke,
tho silence nnd Inquired:
"Did you hoar that man tell mo to
"ilecanse I have known him about
ten years, and ho is always in a groat
hurry In the barber fclmp. He drinks n
good deal, but he Is never In a hurry at
the saloon. He will go from hero
straight to Tojier & tnvorn on Dearborn
street, nud ho won't go out of there for
nn hour. Jle will not do any business,
and he knows it beforo ho goes.
He will simply loaf thoro
till ho can find no 'further
excuse pokstblc, nnd then ho will go to
hts ofllcc. He will spend three hours
and as many dollars In the saloons
every day, nnd ho I11 grieve nnd fuss
nnd hurry up everylKxIy when It comes
"Men nhvays hnvo timo to sit nt their
desks doing notlilnr; they aro nover In
too much of n hurry nt the club; they
have time enough to stand for an hour
any day on tho street nnd look at women;
they can lost; time In bud nnd nt
breakfast, but when they eomo to tho
barber shop they are In frantic haste.
Yet, if n hurrying barber happens to
scratch them they get hint discharged.
A man is respectable, no
matter whnt clothes he has on. Ono
who needs shaving looks disreputable,
I don't care what he wears.
"When a thing amounts to that
much It I didn't have timo to shave
decent I-wouldn't shuvo nt all."
Then the barber moistened tho ball
of his thumb and Irlod the edgo of his
Eclmctnr, unntehed u bit of paper from
the shelf, nud relupd into silent industry.
A MAflKED PASSAGE.
It Telln ut h l.n Uml ln. Ltrtd
Titroiicli Stun V.ur.
"Hural Hills -three. Invitations
four. Letters four. What's this? A
booh! It-1-l-i-p! And upon its cover
my name In a familiar handwriting.
Whoso? O, an old lover of tho long
ago, my child. Your mother was young
once, you know. Here, Anno, dear,
you can loolc It over while I glance at mjr
"O, mammal How IcIIIIngI A marked
"Where is It? just listen:
As forme I died when I was twenty-four
whon our engagement was
broken. I liavo loved hevoral women
since then or fancied I did. I'.tit as I
look baelc upon It all from my fifty
years I know that the love I gao to
you was thu love of my life.' O,
And n retrospective volea says, slow
ly: "And that was thirty years ugo!" A
"Why, my dear Mr.
Wluitn ehumilnr surprise! I imagined
myself forjr,itt,Mi by youl"
"Could ono furet Jr ' 'I'lia truth Is
I have been utUrly u uble to make vi-its
lately. Mr. T.tlbot h'n bosn suffering
for wfeuUs from oiioli an attuck of
nerves. And yon know h ;i ono of
thoso old ffisbloifud niiin who never wish
their wive oat of
Chorus from Anno and Anna's mamma:
"Isn't it.' Ami In thasi d.ys of domestic
Chorus from, Anne nud Anne's mamma;
"Hut yot will roniiimber that ours
was a love matoh. Audita still clings
to mo llko or 'feu' How thorunjjhly
sweet of you!"
A gurgle of uiubitr liquid, n Initio ot
spoons, 11 wronth of t,vm, a desultory
chat of this nad that, ivnd than;
"Jlut now I must nurry nwwy. (iood'
"And so, inamnri -that was Mrs. l'on
"And tho IxmiIi "
"Was frum Mr. Pi.isonbiv Tttlltot."
"Imoky she ddn't s it: ' .
"O, I droppi'd my ovor
It as I ItlwK'd "
Jolinimu tuitti. In IMa.
rlrnlitliiii In tlm Kltclirn,
A vifrltrtr hns iluflnpil illrt n )
out of place." TIjIs iipllo with doublo
force to the grease of thu Itltehen,
which Is too often allowed to accumulate
on tho nidus of thu kink and on
dishes. IVopcrly mod this grease Is In
valuable In nrtlilng lly cutting
tho grease iu thu sink and 011 tho dishes
by tho uso of s mu u'.y powerful alkali
like potash or soda, wo make a sub-stance,
which, if nut 11 ..ai, contains
tho component parts of soap.uud at once
assists as n cleansing agent. X hog of
"wuihing sotla" should ubvuys bo on
hand near the Mnk ko tlmt n llltlo water
with n lump of soda may be thrown In
greasy spiders or griddles or in any oth
er utensil that has become greasy from
cooking Afler 11 few moments' boiling
nil tho Is rtn up by tho alkali,
and when the mixture is thrown down
tjio sink, H nolually nets a n means ql
off of any suit.
Mil ail She Co
Pairbatmk?s Clairette Soar
Afc ojiftr iy N.K,llRBANK CCL St Louis.
J"Sj)ccaI attention trill be given to
Motto: Promptness nnd satisfaction.
At 209 Soutn Mam
First National Bank,
ner, where he will sell the people as usual
the best of goods at the lowest prices.
Call on him for DRY GOODS, CLOTH
ING-, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, MILLIN
clcnnslnt' lnutetul of cltoklnjf tip Hie plpo
wltli crease. (Irltllrnns dltoulil bo thor.
oughly serubbeil wltll n brush a com
raon whlik dous ver,y well In bolllnj
hot soda and writer. Grease spots on
tlio stcno should bo wuslieil oil, wberfl
thoy occur, with it t3T0 cloth dipped
In soda nud water. N. Y. Tribune.
couee pounded tn tnoriar ss
roasted on an Iron plate, sugar burned
on hot coals, and rlncfrar boiled with
myrrh and sprtnliled 00 the floor and
furniture of u are excellent
Both the method and result when
Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant
and refreshing to 'he taste, and acts
gently yet promptly 011 the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem enociuaiiy, uispsit toius, Headaches
and fovors anJ cities habitual
constipation. Syrur of Tigs U tho
only remedy of its kind ever produced,
pleasing to tin' taste and acceptable
to tlo stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beuofleial in Its
effects, Jireparcd only rom tlw most
healthy and agreeable uuhftances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
all and have matte !t the most
popular remedy known.
Byrup of Figu U foi salo In 50o
nnd 81 bottles by all leading
glsta. Any reliable drugglit who
may not have it on. band will pro-euro
it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
S'.M fRAKCISCO, aAL.
louisyiiu, ky wu row. w.r.
II Hi ttir I llljHSU lldllf m -.-M
".-i ti. wvuiu tMuijtf (,,,. irn asa mtni. I
Main Street, LTmvoIov
Tn Smith's Drug Store, u ll1
CADIZ,- - - KY.,
TN'VITKS the Impmlnn nt tbe putitln tn hi.
I himlumn linn of WATCIIKS, CI.OI1KS, JEW.
KLUV, 8PKCTACI.KS an.t tll.ASSKS. A lip
top eye ttitcrtotctt the lentej. When vrvdluit
work or ifXHlh do not (All to gtte hint a
all kind. of llEPMJllN'
Street, next door to
opposite Shyer's Cor
His Itooms Crowded on
His first Visit and
sH (WH H sssK
J. S, APPLEMAN M. D.
rormerly I'rofcuor of I'rtollce of Uetllctoe,
Electrical ilctllcnl College,
Now Examluiug Fbysician
Soutlicrn Medical Institute,
Will be at tho Plftcnlx Hotel ThurwUy, Feb
II, tine day only, I ruining overyfour wreka
durtn tits year, (rum B u. m.jtu U i. in.
Dr. Apiilemanltagruiluatuof iirllerue Hoi-
tlUlMciUeMCollPtJc, New Yoik City, ami the
Iwtitoal McUlcal t'vlleire, Toronto, Can. Ha
lit.mailo a aeclal study of the illieatei ha
IreiU In tlm meat Ilflljvue ana Charity Ho.,
pltala foi'MYuial yean ami recoKnlcva
(llagiio.lnu nml treating Chionto Ilia.
eaaei. llmlevotca all hla time ta tlinit,uimn
ofrhronla andnervoua illaoa.ca of both aaaea
antiaiaaaiii . a onuaprri in inia ciaa of raaea .
la utmII mI.II.Iia.I 1.... ....-........,
Acuto anil Clironlo Otnrrli. Jtlnglne In
Kara, iivarneaa, lllxaic. of tlm lr, Kur,
Noao. Throat, l.uiiEa.
rikI lllmtilar Trouble.,
Jlrlalit'i illieaae. Dlabctca. I)iu.i:i. cn.
altnatlon. Ilheumatlam ami i'araljala.
Younir or mmi .i,nr.,Hn rPn...
Bliennatarrhea, luipotenoy k'niptlout, the
re.uHaof rrrotaorexceuea, alioul.icall befora
It la loo lata. Ve guainntea a cure If caaa
Bupaiauotia nair ami all erupllona ot Ilia face
Blood and Skin Disoasos.
At Hrpltlll., Scrofula, Slrloture, Gleet, etc,
euiel by never falling lenteillea,
DLea.ee of women, euch na leucorrliea, pain,
fail mnnalkiintl.,,, ill.,ilaM..ian, ... .!. T..
Inr down paiita In back lelleveillct .IkjiI time,
Th Doctor carrlea alt bla Hiitablo In.lru.
menta ami romea prepanol toeiauilna th) rnoat
oucMivneuicai aim inry icai.paca.
He unileilakca no IncLraLIo illaeaaei but
cuita Hrpa P to iw. ,
Consultation Freo ami Coiillilcntlal,
The Southofii Medical and Surgical
lnfttiATti, Uulaillli, Ky,
blaok,late style stiff Hats worth 1.25 for 1.00
black low orown fur Hats " 1. 50 & 2 .60
STEJ, HDICIECIEJItSr $g
Itliuithnr wlthiiulaltlrrra, rnrnlthnliUr or nltht. SMri rstrt iu i
Itit N J''le Niiinf nl runiiu.xtloii; tool tot nam, kdjolntnr NICK tVAtriN
l()lll.Al)IM SI'KCIAI. ArrKNTION (VKS TO lillAltlu'vo
T It. HAM 111 It. II n.
I. Moot Hancock. lUlliim. A Co. Ule villi
AND C0MMISS0N MERCHANTS.
MAIN STREET, FRONTINQ WHARF.
LIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS ON TOBACCO IN STORE.
worth l.0, for .76
collars worth 20 for .05
dm H. Layne,
Livery, Feed And Sale
AND VIRGINIA STS.
WITH Kits. IlKVf. IKIYD.
lltiiiit.Mi & JIJ.r. iiowfii. i;,t.
- A - I - ,DE'Sd:JS3Sr
T R. HANCOCK.
a Curo Curo for n'l Moons! lr
Cattle, Sheep and Hogs
Arlilat (rom tmparltl of tho 1 1004, utl
from roneUosil 0ranj;m tats.
A DEAD SHOT OH WORKS, AHD I C 5RTAIK
nopl(tiiIIIp, K . .1. v. C&IuiuIm. Trrulon
8lmlt.oppo.il Cooil IIuun, loul.rlll.. Kj.
roof. All Modern ImproT8tnonU, tn
call bella and teloffraph office. Enlire
elwtrio lights. Electric jrn pass the dtK
BTJUtu $2.tX) tkb Dat.
W- R- L0GAN.
I.. .. 1 u 1
a s'd utii iiopkinsvi t.lb, KY.
ami filing all Tubicco con.luned
opliuilur. Liberal advuncci oil To-
tinle othcrwlso lnlnirtoil, at the. rite
lxty days, uml c Is
for teams ami Icams'crs.
r.VXOS', llouk.Ke.p.'r. JOH.S N. MIMJ.
KILLS & CO.,
HK VKXTH AND II. K. bTltlCKTS.
All Toharon Bent tn it. rn.AM.1 ,.. iM...
fa. j -..!,.. jxh
4 West !af
-n. ,t Elf,'In
tvj., W. U, Urumr, Tairviow, Ky.
CornrrJrtrcnon, Cntr sml Qrccn
IJeconllf ronovatwl from cellar to
cludlnjr stonm hoat, olorator, oloctrio
houso lighted with incandoscout
for al part of tho city.
J. L. MAHSIIALL Jb j
- - 1
RAiutOAi) st., 111: rwnu.v lorn
Cpecla1ntloiitl.uiJrlv,. K S.iinpllii
In hIoiv. All
of ttvctily.fly n-.i i..- Hl,.. ,.r tho
per imiutli lb Tfiilor. (;wlitartors
Miff, pa unnHM -....
AUranro on Contlgninenta
Tobacco & Wheat
. .,.. After 0 years'
the moat desirable
oxnorlenco wo fml mnrt.iant tb.
to us will be exeotital l. a aklliral '
Nono but tlio best material used.
mi. V, M. WHITLOW is our Solicitor for work.