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niUSWIOBMT AU'tilMI TOMXGS,
CHAS. m7 MEACHAM.
tJBBORiniOK (2 A MAB W 1DVAKOB.
locM roaitlnr nottcca JO centf ycr line,
cat local i cent haIIm nh InMtrtlon.
for (Unillnn aiUcrtltcincnt) furnlihcil en ajv
OBei 18 ssg jjjsiL?iS!h
TOESAY, MaTsiT ' - 92.
We lire anlhorltcd to announce.
cnmlliUte fortho cnicoolClrenltConrtCtfrk,
Miljcrt to tlie nctton ol tlio Dcmwratln party
June 3t 4, 10 and 11.
Geo. Burroughs will issuo tho first
numbor of Lis now Republican paper
at Bowling Greon this wook.
Of nil tho prominont Democratic
candidates for President, Gray is tho
only rank freo silver man among
Tho Blaino boom now has tho right
of way and all other boomlots, including
that ot Harrison,
Gov. McKinuoy has oppointod Gen
EppaHunton to succood tho lato
Hon John S. Barbour as United Slates
Senator from Virginia.
Tho losses from high water in the
Southern States aro ostimatod to be
$36,000,000 in six states. Many lives
Lava also been sacrificed.
Blaino has boen pitching bo many
winks around.within tho last few days
that ho has found it necessary to convent
an oculist to keep his oyes in
Up to May 26 tho instructed voto in
Teunossoo in tho gubornational race
was for Turney 396i, for Buchanan
232J. About half tho counties havo
Groat preparations havo boon mado
for the "Anti-Hill" convention nt
Syracuse to-day. Tho larger tho gathering
tho bicKer will bo tho mistako
mado by tho Cleveland men.
Tho Republican Convention meets
ot Minneapolis noxt Tuosday and tho
indications point to tho nomination
of Blaino and Lincoln. Ben Horrisou's
picture is already turned to tho wall
Tho Clarksvillo Tobocco
has shown comrnondoblo
entorprso of lato by giving a first rato
tolegraphio sorvico,covoring tho cream
of tho nows of Kontucky and Tonnes-boo.
Tho Governor has signed tho separate
coach bill.but as it had no emergency
clauso tho law will not take effect
until 90 days after tho final adjournment
of tho present legislature, somb
time next year.
Kansas was visited by n destructive
cyclono Friday.At Wellington 20 per
sons wero killed, at Argonia 7 and at
Harper C. Score wero injured by
falling houses and tho proporty
losses will bo onormous.
Mr. rottit'fl friends aro already en
gaged in trying to explain that
votes against the World's
Fair appropriation and soparatOitho
coach bil, also his attempt to havo a
second class car sot apart for poor
people regardless, of color.
Tho Swift comet in now visiblo at
i):30 o'clock a. m. near tho constellation
Pegasus. It is gradually got
ting further away and when it ha3
disappeared will novor return to this
system. It has eight tails nnd in that
rcspot is a
Fivo of tho 26 dologatos from Kentucky
to tho Chicago convention aro
i editors, viz: Henry Wattorson, W. B,
Ilaldomau, It. C. Walker, Chas. M.
Meacham audG. A. Donham. 1'
D." Spots wood who was a candidate
for delegate missed tho first placo
Gen. Bucknor was tho worst discp
pointed man in tho Loulsvillo convention.
Hohcadod the Clovoland or-bust
faction and tho result was that
ho was defeated for delegate in his
own district and his narao was not
o on present od for dologato at largo,
although tho Clovcland men had slated
him for a placo boforo Bronstou'a
juuiuu ui uiu
tian, comes under that Shakosperean
class, whom honors aro thrust upon.
Ho has reconlly boon raauo rromuont
of tho greatest editorial association on
earth in addition to his now honor as
delogalo to Chicago. Both compliments
worthily bostowod. Elkton
J'touresi. Ah wo havo received no
bill lor tho nino lino "roador" obovo,
wohavocoucluod that Bro. Gainos intended
it to bo a frco "wrlto up," and
tlieroioro tntu tins ptiuuo way ot ox
pressing our thankful appriciation.
Thoro is inoro catarrah in this
of tho country than nil other diseases
put together, and until tho
last few yoars was supposed to bo In-curable.
For n gjcat manyyoars doctors
pronounced it a local disease, and
prescribed local romodios, aud by
falling to euro with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable.
buoueo lias proton catarrh to lo a
constitutional disease, nnd thereforo
requires constitutional treatment.
Hull's Catarrh Cure manufactured by
V, J. Chouoy & Co., Tolodo, Ohio, h
tho only constitutional euro on the
markot, It is takon internally In
doboa from 10 drops to n toapoouful.
It actH directly ujwn tho blood aud
uiucQti8 surfaces of Ihe syutom. They
oflur oho hundred dollara for ouy coso
It falla'jto cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials, Address,
V. J. Cuknev fe Co., Toledo, 0.
fcgrSold by druggists, 7Gc.
THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
Tho Slate Democratic Contention
mot nt Llodorkrnnz Hall'tn Loulsvillo
last odnosday and was called to order
by Gen. Castloman, chairman of
tho Slato Central CommUtoo.
Tho first voto was a clean-cut issuo
botweon tho nion
and tho Tlio CIomk
land moil, over confident, forced tho
fight. Thoy nominated Hon. 0. J,
Broustou,of Lexington, for temporary
chairman, with tho broadest kind of an
announcement that ho was for
nnd nobody olse. Tho other sido
nominated Chas. II. Long, of
nnd It was concodod that It was
a contost for nnd against instructions
Mr. Long received 427 and Mr.
Bronston2iX) votes, the Second dls'
trict voting almost solidly for Long.
Tho usual committoos wero oppointod
and after an hour or two of speeches
tho Convention adjourned till after
suppor to gtvo tho committees timo to
meet. Spoochos woro mado by Mr.
Wattorson, Congressman Brocket
ridgo nndotliora. At night Mr. Mc
Konzio responded to loud calls in ono
of his best olTorts.
Early in Uio evening tho Committeo
on Pormnnont Organization reported,
recommending Congressman Jos. B.
McCroary for Chairman, and Jna. E.
Stono for Socrotary, Tho report was
udoptod by a viva voco volo.
xuojommiuooon L'rouonuaui re
ported only ono contost, which was in
Konton county. Their report soatlng
tho Myers delegation, which had the
prima facto caso, was adopted without
Tlio Resolutions reported lato in
tho sossion and adopted unanimously
woro as follows:
"Tho Democracy of Kontucky, in
convention assembled, declare:
"Jc irst luat wo tndorso ana
tho principles of tho Democrat
ic National platform of 1888.
"Second That wo condomn tho
principles and measures of tho Republican
party, as oxomplifiod in its
iniquitous tariff legislation, its advocacy
of tho infamous Force bill, its extravagant
ponsion laws, wastofulnoss
of tho public funds, class legislation
and centralization. And in striking
contrast with thoso dangorous measures,
wo indorse tho Democratic idea
of tariff reform and economical government,
whereby tho great mass of
people would bo relieved of unjust
burdens of taxation.
"Third Wo demand n sound nnd
stnblo currency composed of or
doomablo in gold and silvor coin. Wo
declare it to bo tho mission of tho
Democratic party to proservo tho par
ity in valuo of gold and silver dollars,
and to provido tho moans by appropriate
legislation fortho freo coinage
ofsilvor without detriment to any
business interest nnd to tho groat
of our overtaxed and debt-ridden
pooplo. Wo denounce the Republican
party for tho demonoitization of
silver, and denounco its subsequent
legislation in regard to silvor coinogo
as dolusivo and deceptive, Intended to
bonoflt tho clamors of the
soction without regard to tho
interests of tho country nt largo, nnd
doclaroour eolomn conviction that intelligent
and patriotic legislation upon
this important subject can only bo
expected whon tho Democratic party
Bhall securo tlio control of tho legisla
tive aud eiocutivo departments of tho
"That wo heartily indorso tho Demo
cratic administration of Grover Clove-land,
as President of the United States,
which administration demonstrates
that tho Democratic party and its
loaders nro worthy of tho full con
fidence nnd support of the American
"Fifth That our dologatos to tho
National Convention go uuinstrticlod,
oxcopt to uso thoir best endeavors for
tho success of tho Democratic party
nnd its principles."
Tho Districts hold thoir conventions
nnd soloctod tho following dologatos
in tho morning, which action was ratified
by the Convention:
First T. E. Moss, K. 0, Walker.
Second Chas, M. Meacham R. A.
Third-John S. Rhea, W. A. Holm.
Fourth B. F. Board, B. L. Litsoy.
Fifth W. B. Haldoman, W. J.
Sixth T. C. Torrill, R.F. Harrison.
Soventh CJ.Bronston, Wm. Lindsay.
Eight 0. H. Kodos, J. A. Sullivant
Ninth-Waller Sharpo, J. II. Nor
Tonth J. P. Salyor, J. M. Robert
II. Waddlo, G. A.
Tho Convention oloctod tho following
Wnttorhou, Jas. A. McKenzio, W. 0.
Owen, Juo. B. Cautlomau,
Mr. Wattorson was uomlnatod by
Will Cox, of Warrou, nnd ho concluded
a ringing upooch by moving
thnt Mr. Wattorson bo oloctod by ac
clamation nnd tho motion was carried
by a rising voto, amid great enthusiasm,
a fooblo opposition bolng led by
Capt. Tom Boll and Capt. Tom Mar-cum.
On tho first ballot W. 0. Owen
coivod '173 votes nnd Jas. A.
zio -101 nnd both wore declared olectod.
Gen. Castleman, who lacked only n
few votos, was oloctod on tho second
ballot over Hon. Bill Rood, of Mar
shall, who rocolvod ubout 800 votoa.
Tho last dolegato was olected
nt 1 o'clock Thuisday morning
auil tho convention rtishod
tho balanco of its bublnoss through
and adjourned at 2 a. m..
Tho nltoiuato dologatos at largo nro
W. ui. Rood, W. H. Audorsou, W, G.
Hi WWii mi m
Welch and J. H. Iliiidinnii.
Tlio doctors fortho Slalo at largo
nroClnudo M. Thomas nnd Wi 11.
Klntioy. Altoruntes, S. S. Savago
nnd Rolliu Hunt.
Tho electors aud assistants 'are as
First L. Wheeler,
Second John U. Lockolt, Ward
B. Richardson, J. M
Fourth-Wilbur F. Hayward,
Thomas W. Sims.
Fifth-John B. Baskln, Wallnco
Sixth-John T. Hodgo, Perry E.
Sovonth J. A. Scott, Richard
Ninth W.G.Doaring, J. L. Mor-gnu.
Tenth-J. 0. Lykins, O.'H. Pol
Elovonth N, B, Hays, Honry
Alternato delegates woro also an
nouncod, thos) from this district being
Honry C. Dixon and Hop H. Holo
Suit On tho Swing With the N. E. A.
Los Angeles, Cal., May 17, '92.
After a day of unusual pleasure at
Coronado Beach tho editors wore apprized
of tho fact that they must loavo
at 11:30 p. m. Monday during tho
day excursions woro mado into Mexico,
and for tho first timo most of tho
party set foot upon this historic soil.
Excursions on tho bay and a grand
ball wound up tho festivities. An
ostrich farm located on tho beach was
visitod by many aud tho liugo bird
was soon in his native state.
San Diego, just ncros3 from Coro
nado Beach, was tho sceno of a great
deal of activity three or four years
ago, but nt present sooms to have revived
but littlo since tho collapse.
But while thoro is not much noticeable
growth, still with tho climato aud
salt water advantages it must
become n placo of more importance.
It has flno business blocks,
wido streets, nnd as handsomo a court
houso as can bo found in tho Stato.
Tho citizons wero most generous, of-
foringtho freedom of tho city.
At 7 a. m. wo arrivod nt Riverside,
tho garden spot of California, where
breakfast was taken at tho difforent
hotels, following which was a reception
at tho Opora Houso and then n
drivo over tho beautiful streets which
load over tho entire valley, chief of
which was Magnolia avonuo.
Among all tho famous drives of Cal
ifornia nono has such natural beauty
and attractivenoss as tho widoly known
Magnolia nvenuo, of Riverside. It
was laid out on a broad nnd generous
scale, being 150 foot wide, sot down
tho middlo with stately peppor trees,
and lined on either sido with graceful
palms, forn like grovllleas, and giant
bluogums. Milo after milo of this
truly magnificent boulevard is flanked
with rich orango groves and profitablo
raisin vineyards, whilo from among
tho trees and vines of profit and tho
semi-tropic shrubs of boauty tho
splendid homos of wealthy and cultured
peoplo are shown in abundance.
Magnolia avenue is about 16 miles
long, beginning at n point soma thioo
inilos below tho villago proper, passing
through, tho heart of tho rich and
fortilo valley, on across green alfalfa
fields, terminating at length at tho
very toot of tho Teinescal Mountains.
Tho ride down this uveuuo, whon tho
air is sweet with tho odor of orango
blossoms and young lomon leaves, un
der tho gracolul louago ot poppors
and eucalyptus, breathing tho delicious
air of this charming California
valley, is something never to bo for-
gotton, and will loug bo remembered
by tho members of tho press. Tho
writer has boon all ovor Florida but
there is nothing that camo under his
observation to bo compared with tho
surroundings and adaptability of tho
land of the Rivorsido valley to orango
culture. Tho grounds nro moro
thanvthoso of Florida and have
tho advautagoof a splendid system
Tho party loft at 11 a. m. for Red
lands but did not expect to soo so
formidable n rival of Rivorsido as por
tains to location nnd advantages
Rodlanda lies at tho eastorn end of
the trroat valloy of tho Upper Sauta
Ana. Tho bouudarios of tho city in'
elude 17 square miles of tho richest
and best soil in tho Stato for orango
growiug. It has a population of 3,000
nnd has a eteudy growth. Tho entire
party was drivon through tho wido
streota nnd nscendod to tho beautiful
park so taiitofully laid out and beau
tiflod by tho Smiloy Brothors, and
which is only In Its incipient grandour
with itfl terraces covered with ovory
variety of llowors. During tho drive,
houses woro passed almost enveloped
by tho climbing rosos which shod their
swoot fragrance with pleasing offoct.
Soon nftor loaviug Redlands a stop
was mado to recoivo iloral offorings
from Mrs. J. 0. Lyuch, of North
nud a liboral supply of
was put auoard by the
Yineyard Co., which wni do
clarod to bo ol tho best varioty, Wo
havo just passed by "Lucky"' Baldwin's
stock farm, who has a world
wido reputation as n raco horse, man.
Ho is a millionaire and gavo to tho
course tho fastest raco horaotho world
has ovor known.
Tho train pulled into Loa Augoles
ut 0:30 Tuosduy ovoulug, aud after
suppor tho outiro party woro
at the Chamber of Commerce,
whoro floral displays woro profuso,
nnd whoro all tho varieties of fruits
nndimta untlvo to tho stato wore
l)ouiiteously offered to bo parlnkou of
logolhcr with n plonleous supply of
liquid rofroshmonts, A program of
musiowns nlso arrangod. Tho noxt
morning nt 0 a. m. tho party mot nt
tho Park whoro vehicles woro in waiting
for a drlro. Tho lino was lent by
an old fashlouod stagov conch drawn
by throo whilo and throo black horsoH,
followed by hroo mountain coaches,
drawn by four horses oach. A buglo
announced tho coming of tho lino of
drivo. Thoro were in lino about 800
vohieloa. Frequently nlong tho lino
(lowore woro offorod tho occupants,
anil ovory building wnvod n welcome.
After tho drivo to nil principal parts
of tho city tho guosts woro
ontcrtalnod at lunch by Judgo
Sllont. It was Indood a task to
GOO pooplo, but tho unbounded
hospitality of this California
was equal to all omoriroucios.
Tho nftornpou was takon up by excursions
to Rodondo Beach aud to
Fasodona, Upon tho return of tho
party from Pasodana tho outiro train
had boon turned into a llowor train,
compelling them (o return in a
flower gardon. Our stay in Los
Angolos could not havo been more
Los Angelos a most pros-porous
and thriving city, in 1880 was
only a town of 11,000
pooplo, and sho boasts upward of 50,-000.
There aro 90 miles of gradod
and graveled streets, and most of tho
paving is nsphaltum. Tho valuo of
buildings erectod in tho last ton years
is not less than ton million dollars.
Tho chief charm of Los Angeles to
tho visitor from coldor climates is the
rare boauty of tho grounds on which
arosituatod tho tasteful homes of
tho citizons. Tho mildness of tho
climato horo pormita tho most delicate
plants and trees to flourish
throughout tho winter. There is a
groat future ahead of this city.
I forgot to mention having mot Mr.
S. B. Dickons and wife at Manitou,
Col., who wero fornior readouts of
Mr. Frank M. Coulter, of tho Board
of Commorco of Los Angeles, met us
out from tho city and gavo us a hearty
welcome. Ho was a former resident
of Clarksvillo and is well known in
Wo wero presented at Rivorsido with
samples of pure tin from Tomescal
Mine, located 12 milos from River
At San Diogo Mrs. John F. Brown
and daughter called to boo us. Thoy
woro formerly residents of
and wero glad to boo
Col. G ono Henry greetod us nt Los-
Angeles. Ho looks ns natural at over.
At Fresno, Judgo Jas. B. Campbell
and wife, and Miss Addle Bell received
us with friendly greetings nnd
sent many messagos to old
Durrott Moore, nn old Hopkiusvillo
boy, who now livoa in Loa Angelos,
was glad to seo so many Kontuckians.
W. A. W.
Geo. H. Towery, liepablican, and
Harvoy Bourland Third party, aro tho
candidates Hon. John F. Lackett, tho
Democratic nominoe for district elec
tor will have to moot in debate
Thoso gontlomen in addition to hav
ing bade causes to dopend will find
thomsolvos by tho gifted
young orator from Hondorson.
Judgo Lackett is n nepheu of Hon
John W. L nckett, of tho samo place,
aud a much younger man. His
assistant is Mr. Ward Headley, an
ologant young lawyer of Mndisonvillo,
who is not 21 years of ago
but who has heretofore proven
solf to bo moro than a match to "Uncle
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cczoma, and all other
rollovo and euro
dobllity, and that
Has Cured Others
will euro you.
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SUMMIT HOUSE, Dawson, Hopkins Co.,Ky.
Tula Hotel la iltuatcil on a gradual cletalloniit a convenient illttauce to the Sprlnra anil
DciKit, anl being iiirronnileU by aiiaeloui iiroiinilt, la aclnowledgcrt by all to hata tlio cooleat
and )not jilcaunt kwatlou of any Hotel In llawaon.
THE SUMMIT HOUSE,
alto TarilamlOroumla have been greatly ImproveJ, and will be eondue teil on a Oral elaaa ldan.
.:n.,Bnr ftinRn.nmit.n .It in ihtlr room and itiink anTOl Himua'i life Klrlnic vratera frr..h
and rr of chareo. The inontha ot May and Juno offer many abvantagea to iierwna vlaltlng
Ihe Spring.. IJbxralreductUmamada tofamlllca and iartlea of fire or more. 1 or rate addmu
H. H. RAMSEY, Prop'r.
Tho I. W. Ilaiyor whiskey eltoultl
bo on ovcry sideboard.
Tho I. W. Haipor whiskey should
bo In ovcry Mcdlclno chest.
Tlio I. W. Harpor whiskey should
bo In ovcry club.
Tho 1. AV. Hat per whiskey should
be on ovory bar.
And all of this Ijociuipo It Is the
prince of whiskies. Tho Ideal Kentucky
article. Sold by J. YV. Smith,
and W R.Louu, llopklimvllle, Ky.
Do Married People Look Alike?
Tho Photoirrnpulo Socioty, of
Switzorland, havo been
to dotormino whotlior
ond wife cotno to look liko oach
othor nftor being married for a sories
of yoars, Thoy havo soloctod a largo
number of photographs of married
couploi in ado boforo nnd somo timo
nftor marringo, and Bubmltlod thorn to
tho examination of oxperts in physiognomy,
who decided that In
of tho sovonty eight coseu tho
facial resomblancu ot huobrtiid and
ulfo was groator than t hat of brotlmr
andsistorj in thlrtv caso it was
oqunlly ns groat, and i n oul v twenty-four
cases was thoro a total absenco
The electoral College.
Alabama 11 Montana U
Arkansas..... 8 Nobruska B
Califorolan... 0 Novada 3
Colorado..... 4 Now Hatiipshiro. i
Connecticut . 0 NowJomoy.... 10
Delaware a Now York 80
Florida 1 North Carolina.. 11
Georgia 13 North Dakota. 3
iuauo....... ii unto ..z.t
Illinois 21 Orogou 1
Indiana.... 15 Pennsylvania.... 32
Iowa....... 13 It hodo Island.... 4
Kansas.... , 10 South Carolina ..0
Kontucky... 13 South Dakota.... 4
Louisiana 8 Tciiiiomiihi 12
Miilno ,. . . 0 Texas,. ,. ,15
Maryland.... 8 Vermont ........ 4
Moflsachusettfl 15 Virginia... ...... 12
Michigan... .11 Washington , 4
Mincosota .. 0 West Virginia.... 0
Mississippi.. 0 Wisconsin 12
Missouri ....17 Wyoming 3
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Statesman Pottit wantod to lino
drown on caslo and not on color,
First class coachos with plush cushions
and ice wator fortho rich aud
immigrant cars with slat bottom soata
for the"poor trash" white nnd colored,
That is the idea of the proud and
woathly nominee of tho third purty,
tho political tends of which supposed
to bo aro founded an tho ralsfortunos
of tho poor.
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wivei um unt'is, cicnnws mo
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to all nnd havo made it the most
popular remedy knowu,
Syrup of Figs is foi salo In 60o
nnd 81 bottles by all leading druggists.
Any rellablu druggist who
may not havo it on hand will procure
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Br-Good Illga with or without drlttrt, furnl.bfit day or night. Speelal rate ta Cotnmrrr.'a,
Vim 8.aMerolitiw( and commoOlnui: rood lot room adjoining NICK WAlTINd UUOVt
lOIIUVDIKS SI'tCIAl, ATTK.TIO.N OIVKN TO 11UA1IIUMJ1
T.K.IIANCOlK, It. H.
LAIeof llanwwk. llallunn A Co. Lata with
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xa
MAIN STREET, FRONTING WHARF.
LIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS ON TOBACCO IN STORE.
' '' -I II II I, III JJIL M.I,
HANBERY & SHRYER, Proprs.,
tAll.ltilAD&T., HKTWKKN 10TH AND 11TII. UOI'KINSVILLK, KY.
n..il yiren to Sampling aim filing all Tobacco consigned
'iii if, Kimr niftntliR frco tomjrn lo plantar. Liberal advances on To-
i.iiv.j In torr. All Inmiri'd iiiilcin olhcrwUo liistrtirtod, at the rate
llbd. I'urtho llmt ditya, and cents
ior inunili then' tfter. (ood for leams and teamster.
"MR. F. M. WHITLOW is our
MIEE i WOOD MA
Why buy athroonpronmachlno whon vou can buy a WALTER A.
WOOD Binder that will do moro and bolter work with a Blnglo apron t Ona
that will olovato two straws or two bundloH. Wheat that Js thin and short or
thick and long. A slmplo and reliablo lighter draught
thon any Harvester, Wo koop in Btock n full supply of Walter A.
Wood Binders and Monors, also repairs of all kinds.
M. 33. KING, Local Agent,
B"No. 2A Ninth Stroot, noit door to
n V v , . , Si", . '
5 ' - & t 4".'
Livery, Feed And Sale
WITHERS. UKN C. KOTD.
Ilerndoa A Major. Howell, Ky
and the most desirable
Aftor iO years' experience wo feel confident that
orders entrusted to us will bo executed In a stdlifal
and artlstio manner.
None biittliebestmaterial used
Solicitor for wrlc
fc CO,, Proprietors.
ploasuro resort, th" oldest In Western
O. V, railroad (formerly 0. & V.
from 1'ilncotoii, and 10 miles from
year round. t
Wfttcrfl In Abundnnco.
llowinsr from a bold an
Band now on Hand,
and made known on
Qy & QQ Descriptive
S. W. GUNN
rpiUS famous hoalth and
-1- Kontucky, Is situated on tho Division
of tho Ii. ,"fc N.) 14 mlloal
Hopklimvlllo, and Is opon tho
The Itotcl accommodations -,
Su! phur and Clmlyboato
novcf falling gpilng,
4n Excellent String
Ratoo very reasonable
Address the proprietors, tf