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rnn.llilnte for the ofUccMCIrcmtCourt Clerk.
f UbjMt 10 tllO action 01 1110 Ail'iuwcimic !'
of Now York.
For Vico rrosidont,
ADLAI E. STEVENSON,
At laiRO V. II. Kinnoy.
At lnro Claude M. TUomtw.
First district-Chas. K. Wheolor.
Socond district War 1 Hoad ley.
Third district J. B. Bichardsom
Fourth 1'. Uayward
FittL district Jho. B. Basluu.
Sixth district Jno. T. Hodgo.
Sovonth district J. A. bcott.
Eight district J. M. Bnjlinoll.
Ninth district-W. O, Doarmg.
Tenth district J. C. Lykms.
Elovonth district N. B. Hays.
The Tariff Plank.
"Wo denouueo tho McKinloy tariff
law enacted by tho Fifty-first
culminating atrocity or
class legislation! wo denouueo
protection as a fraud, a
robbery of tho great majority of tho
American pooplo Tor tho bsnofitof tho
fow. Wo declaro it to bo n fundamental
princinlo of tho Democratic
party that tho Fedoral Government
has no constitutional power l
enforco and collect tariff duties oxcopt
for tho purpose of rovbuuo only, and
demand that tho collection of such
taxes shall bo limited to tho necessities
of tho govornmont, honestly and economically
Spoakor Crisp has boon
for Congress by acclamation.
There soomB to havo boon a good
float of at Homestead
Tho Camegio lockout is worse than
Burchard's break to tho high tax
Camegio now knows what it Is to
bo "botwoon tho dovil nnd tho iron
Mr Haydou 0. Snoddy has eovorod
his editorial connection with tho
Carnogio's men havo brought their
trouble on thomsolvesby not voting as
thoy sh'cot at tho onemies of labor.
Senator" Hill's bill changing tho
datooftho oponing of tho World's
Fair from Oct. 11 to Oct. 21, passod
tho Sonato last woek.
Clarkson nnd Campboll having
porhnps Frick could bo induced
to.tako the Chairman Bhip of tho Republican
Committoo whilo his works
aro shut down.
Tho Glasgow Times has gobbled
up its local contemporary, tho Herald,
nnd Jim Richardson is now monarch
of all ho survovs and n monopolist of
tho first water in his lino of business.
Tho Tonnossoo Supromo Court has
affirmed tho death Bouteuco of Col.
II. Clay King, ol Memphis, who killed
Dovid H. Foston, a brother lawyer,
and tho date of his oxecutiou has
boon fixed for August 12.
The Four Tickets.
President. Vico President.
Grovor Clovoland, A. E. Stovouson,
Ben Harrison, Whitolaw Roid,
Jas. B. Weaver, Jas,G. Fiold,
Johu Bidwoll. J.B.Cranfill.
Talk about vour Rum, Romanism
and Robelliou, what is tho mattor with
Raum, Rotteuuoss aud Rati It is a
watchword that will provo equally ns
oIToctlvo as tho first named did.
Tho nomination of Woavor puts
tho third party in tho attitudo of
whoro tho groonback party
loft off. Woavor is a politicul hack
who has followed ovory
crazo nnd fnllaoy bot ou foot for
Tho Democrats havo oudorsod tho
Peoplo's ticket in Kansas, stato and
electoral, and a Bimilar fusion .will bo
mado in South Dakota and Nebraska.
This will almost certainly loso thoso
statoa to Harrison. Tho turoo parties
nro almost equally divided iu thoso
Tho Hondorson New expresses tho
opinion that tho L. it N. will own tho
0. V. Railroad within u yonr. Just
how this is to bo mado jiossiblo under
tho prosont condition of
tho News fails to explain.
Soction 201 prohibits nuy railroad
from buying, loasiug or opornling a
competiug or parallol liuo doing
business in Kontucky.
Hardin county has won a suit
ngainst tho L. & X, railroad for $211.-000,
intorost for thirty yoars on
stock Hubscriptlon, upon which
tho county m to havo tho luterost
until tho road paid u cosh dividend.
Tho suit has boou ponding siuco 18C9
' nud tho luterost gradually nccumulat
"Ing. Moro tlinn $70,000 will go to tho
ntlornoya Iu thooaso, of whom Judgo
i'ir 11 n 11, ..I. ...ill .( tJl'l R.tH .T 1
Hobson $21,170$ tho widow of tho
lato Judgo Martin Cofor 57,251 and
tho widow of tho lato Chas,
$7,251. Tho attorneys took tho
A GOOD CITIZEN GONE.
Illpo In l'cars Mr. Geo. 0. Thompson
l'ays tho Debt or
A Cltlzon of Hopkinsvillo For 57 Year,
Ho Died Without an Enemy.
For Botno months tho vouernblo
Qoo. 0. Thompson's friends havo
that tho sands of his long nnd
useful lifo woro fast running out. For
many months liohad boon coufiuod to
his room, though ho could bo soon occasionally
about his fitoro or riding
about tho streets. Only a fow weeks
ago ho rodo alontr tho rivor front
showing his son who lives in Toms
tho groat changos rocontly mado by
tho ndvont of tho 0. V. Jlallroad. IIo
spoko of tho "burying" of tho old Hock
Spring In a tono of regrot.for fow
of Hopkinsvillo had known this
beloved featuro of tho city longor
than ho. Both woro "old landmarks"
nnd togothor thoy havo passed away.
No wondor tho good old man
od.tho Interment of his old friond
Willi a tooling of Badness. 11 must nuorai paironago mai uioy iinvo
been to him a forciblo reminder tended to him iu tho past, and dosiros
.n . . .. ....
.mi f it - ii i it i ..lnf
ui iuu I'uu ui uu unriuijr iiiiu(,s u"
tho grave that oven thon was opening
to receivo his feeblo body.
Ueo. (J. Ihompson was born in Virginia
on tho 23rd day of" December
1S05 and six years lator removed with
his parents to Pombroko, whore with
thorn ho continued to rosido until
1831, when thoy removed to Hancock
county, Illinois. Here both paronta
died nnd in 1833 Mr. Thompson camo
to Hopkinsvillo nnd bogan the manufacture
nnd salo of furniture. IIo
in this busiuosj till a fow
months before his death,
ing a largo ostato. Mr. Thompson
was twico married; in 1835 to Miss
Margaret Phaup, daughter of Johu
and Sarah Phaup, of this couutv.
Again in 1818 to Martha J. Thomson,
a daughter of tho lato Roger Thom
son. Fivo children by his first wifo
grow to maturity and most of them
Blillhvo. Mr. Jas. J. Thompson, of
Collin county Texas, and Mr. Chas.
A. Thompson, of this city, his two
sons, aurvivo him. His threo daughters
bocamo tho wives of Dr. Jas. Mc-
Elwain, of Tronton, Prof. V. A.
of Pembroke, and Mr. W. C.
Graves, a former morchnnt of this
city. Tho lattor has boon dead somo
yoars and her children mado tholr
homo with their grandfather at tho
timo of his death.
Mr. Thompson had boon a member
of tho Baptist church for nearly GO
yoars and for many years had been n
deacon and ono of tho pillars of his
church in ovory way.
Ho was for a long torm of years a
Commissioner of tho Western Asylum
and sorvod sovoral .yoars as a City
Councilman and was Mayor for ono
In ovory departmont of lifo, public
or private, Mr. Thompson was tho
samo honorablo highminded man,who
inoritod aud rocoivod tho respect,
and esteem of his fellowmon.
Ho was a man of strict integrity, of
tho kindest impulses and the
hoblost traits of character. Ho was
porhaps tho largest in tho
city and though a mtfn of largo
ho was always liboral in his dealings
and charitablo to tho doserving.
His fortune was mado by tho industry,
economy and porsevoranco that
his business caroor, and was
not accumulated at tho oxpensa of his
uufortunato fellowmon. as is too often
tho caso with riehos.
IB3 funoral was proachod at tho
Baptist church Saturday aftornoon
and a largo concourso of sorrowing
frionds followed tho body to its last
resting place. Thrt clouds broko
away a short timo before and tho
gloomy weather of tho wholo week
was followed by n bright, beau tiful
afternoon. It seemed that oven nature
was determined to throw no obstacles
in tho way of tho pooplo in paying
thoir last tdbuto of respect lo ono
whoso lifo exemplified tho teachings
of Christianity nnd loft bohind him
tho uoblo horitago of a good namo.
Tho I. W.llarpor whisVoy should
bo on every gltloboard.
Tho I. W. Harper whiskey thotiM
he In every Medicine chest.
Tho I. W. Harper whiskoy houI I
be in ovory club.
The 1. W. Harper whiskoy nhould
be 011 every bar.
And all of this bccnu&o it la tho
prlnco of whiskies. Tho Ideal- Kentucky
urticle. Sold by J. W. Smith,
and W R.Long, Hopkinsvillo, Kv.
World's Fair Excurslou to Chicago.
Only $6,00 round trip July 10th via
E. tfc T. H. R. R. on special train
leaving Evansvillo at 10:30 a. m, arriving
Chicago 7.30 p. m. Elegant
equipmont Including Parlor car, for
which an additional chargo will bo
mado for Boats. Roservo your space
in advauco. TickeU good rolurning
until July 28lu. This is your last opportunity
to visit tho Great World's
Fair City this bonsou at such n low
rato aud liberal limit of tlckots.
World's Fair bulldlugs open to visitors
at 25 conts admission.
It. A. Cami'dell.
Qon'l Pass. Agont
Latham Light Guards.
A squad of sixteen Latham Light
Guards with two guides aud throo
oflicors, loft for Columbia, Tonn,, this
morning to attond tho festivities, on
tho occasion of tho oponing of tho
Arununl nt Unit 1 linen. Thov L'Ci lltKlll
an iuvitatUn from tlio bpruiglield.
Itilles, mill will Join that coinjiauy at
Spriugiiold nnd go ns 11 part of tho
company. It is hardly noeossnry to
mention that tho Spriugiiold company
will lw vory much htrongthouod by
tho ndditiou of our lxys, who aro
well drilled and in excellent condition,
Carter Dry Qood Company
Wo havo boon informed by n clrcu
Iar lollor to tho trndo that tho roliablo
and long established Jlrm of Carter
Bros. & Co., Louisvlllo, has boon
as a stock company to bo
known as tho Carter Dry Goods Co.
Tho now organization is composed of
tuombors of tho old firm, embracing
sovoral of tho heirs of tho lato Jas. G
Carter, with u number of tho employes
of tho lato firm nnd n fow additional
stockholders. Tho now firm will havo
amplocapitnl and all modem facilities
for iucroaiiniT tlioir business to a
much larger volume than thntenjoyod
by tho old firm, and will enrry iu stock
tho lnrgost nnd most complete liuos of
dry good, notions and furnishing
goods kept by any houso in tho South.
Wo aro ploasod lo state that Mr. Ilobt.
Flotchor, tho woll known and jwpular
roprosonlatlvo of tho old firm, has associated
hiinsolf with tho now
which ho will represent iu this
section as formorly. In this connection
Mr. Flotcher dosiros to oxlond
thanks to nil his merchant frionds and
tho trado generally for tho vory
. ., n'l .1 i
w mijruiuuiu ni uiiuuuiui iu nur
pass his effort for thorn iu tho future.
Tho indictments for embezzlement
against Mnj. Win. Tillman, who
took $37,000 from thoJFalls City Bank,
havo been dismissou, a settlement
having been mado by his friends.
A DAD MAN BEATEN.
Tho CmUbU Qtudltr of n Flctlllout ni
OTien ho irot his reputation of bolng
a bad man nobody hncw, but ho had it.
No ono had eTcr lenown of hU hurting
unybody or dolnff anything worse than
Setting druuk rejrularly every pay Any.
O. ves: sometimes ho did whip his wife.
Hut finally when the Wabash railroad
was struck by n "bum" cpldoinlo nnd
every freight train and HUMt of tho passengers
carried two or threo or half a
dozen "way beaters" lie found a plaoc
It was to stand around the train yards
and canturo those eentry traveling on
an "axle pass," after which to hnto
them beforo tho nearest police justice
whence they would find their way to a
pile of raw macadam material.
As ho always carried a largo revolver
and a club of corresponding size, lib
duties were performed without Interruption,
nnd he gradually had the pleasure
of being dodged by all evil-doers.
That bad-man reputation of his former
days was now appreciated, to an enormous
extent Tho "gun" hclpTii. Frequently
ho drow it on some druuken
stranger, and It had even sent a search
warrant In tho shape of a bullet ns big
os a marblo after some fleeing malefactors.
And still the reputation grew. Realizing
this fact, ho was dubbed "detective"
by the railroad, nnd In time was
placed at tho head of that Important
branch of n great transportation company's
buslnevs. "Chief detective" ho
was, nnd the reputation was now complete.
Persons on whom ho frowned
now walked around blocks to avoid
meeting him. Once ho came to Chicago
nnd was mulcted In heavy damages
while engaged in meeting somo Chieugo
detectives In a faro game, and tho reporter
of his home paper down in central
Illinois who wrote about It hail tho
nightmare every morning for aitcck.
The bad man threatened to kill him on
wight for It Hut ho didn't
And now to better sustain the magnificent
reputation he had to increase
his evil deeds nnd be really bad. Ho
bhot, "he clubbed, ha arrested, and all
with the beautiful Indiscrimination of a
newly appointed memberof the "force."
One night at midnight he was sitting
on the stool of a cheap lunch counter
near tho depot of ono of tho central
cities of the state, not far from Springfield.
He had just encouraged an Immense
appetite by "pinching" threo
tramps from tho platform of the blind
baggage car, nnd was now rewarding
himself with a platj of hiked beans,
two hard boiled eggs and n dish of
kraut Tho sleepy night waiter behind
the lunch counter had routed
enough to let his eyes express admiration
for tho burly detective who was
known the length of the road, when
there came nn interruption. To this
day It is told In railroad circles of that
region as tho nerviest thing that over
On the stool next tho bad man sat another
man, a stranger. That is, the detective
and the waiter did not know
him. but of course he must know the
deteetlve; evcryono did Tho stranger
was little, and hU appetite was correspondingly
kraut for him, but chicken boiled
chicken, right out of the gravy where It
wns keeping hot over the steam table.
The chlokcn was not tender, nor wcro
tho kulves sharp. Driven by tho necessity
of gnawing hunger, tho llttlo man
seized It firmly In his various fingers
and by steady application of teeth and
hands the bones wcro at last stripped
Then what was hq to do? Ills hands
were smeared with gravy and no flpger
bowl was placed beforo him. Of doll-
cato and refined nature, ho then nskod
for a napkin, upon which the
waiter bcornfully said: "Ah,
what yer glvln' us? Dls un't 110
What could the gentleman
do? Hut one resourco was loft him. He
turned quietly to tho side where Mt
the detective, tho bully, the bad mau,
ami gently took In his fingers tho loose
hlcove of the ilctcotlve's coat and wiped
upon It ull the gravy and grcaw that
hod been clinging to his hands.
For an Instant tho bad man was
Then it enmo to him that
ut one thing was left to drf. "Hilt"
wont his fist and tho little man went to
tho floor. When ho rose, however, ho
had a gun in his own hand. He had
tho "drop," too. At tho word of command
the ex-bad man backed out of tho
door, tho llttlo man paid his chock, nnd
tho scene 5nclV.
Hut It hjCfeMLUi cssea. Tin bad man's
heart umWIurftlon wcro broken. It
did not save him that ho had knocked
down tho offender. The sting of death
lay In tho faot that tho little man, tho
stranger, should havo wiped gravy nnd
grease on his, the big bad man's, cout,
und was not afraid.
And that onco bad man U mild
as a baby. Mttlo children actually
come near him without fear, Kngltsh
sparrows hover o'er hlra, und reporters
say of him what they please. He Is
had do more.
Hut It was tho nerviest thing ever
dono In .Taoksonvlljo, Chloairo Tin
-Sho Was Hvldently No Klat. "How
did she take your offer of marriage?"
"Hlio asked me what I Intended tp do
with her after I married her," "A
dent girl." "I told her I would hire a
flat for her, and Mie tmtd livlug In u flat
with a Uat would bo u rather fiat existence,"
"That wnsu't vcryflatterlng,
though It wasn't u tint refusal." "It
whh u fist failure, nevertheless." "So
the whole tlilni; may bo said to have
lalleu flW" V. JVe
Samples Of Campaign Cunt.
lion doosu't nood to Rial betwoon
tho llnoi to so3 that Labor, l not for
Now that W. J. Cnmpboll Is Chair-man
of tho Campaign CommiUoo,
Harrison fools ho is ready for tho
fray. IIo ha got his (monopoly)
Armour on. Sntngolnos.
Tho Llborty Boll will bo ou
at tho World's Fair. So will n
number of Kontucky Bolloi.
Tho Third Parlyitrn oro clamorous
forchango. This is right. Change
is what thoy uood. Jimrichardson.
Whiloluw Roid's baronihl castlo is
on tho Hudson is called Ophlr.
Before ho has gono through this cam
palgu ho will sigh, "ophir a lodgo In
Bonio vast wudoruoss,"
Farwoll Campbell and If forovor
Far tho well. Andycosoy.
Burehnrd is doad but Camegio still
Buck's Budget of News.
Cnonos, Ky., July 10. Tobacco ou
flat lauds is being damaged vory much
by tho lato rains through this soction,
but tho outlook for n corn crop is very
Tho scramblo for old fiold schools
has fairly begun aud tho dissatisfied
patrons can now sweat iu tho collar
for a fow moro days and it will all bo
A young legal light, of Madisonville,
Ky., whoso nstutonoss is unquestionable,
has found attractions iu our
town nnd ho may frequently bo found
directing his stops in this direction.
Miss Mattio Gray, of Madisonville,
is visiting Miss Lula E. Clark.
Miss Lula Rice, of Whito Plains,
Ky., is visiting Mrs, L. D. Burkholder.
Tho Crofton Mills nro soon to havo
a metal roof.
It is hoped that tho franio buildings
which were dostroyed lost woek by
ilro will soon bo replaced by brick ones.
Wo hopo our town trustoos will decido
on a limit nnd not allow nuy but fire
proof buildings to go up in said limit.
It might scorn hard at first to thoso
contemplating building, but one-third
added to n frnmo jtll build the brick
and tho loss rato of insurance will soon
pay tho difference.
Again wo aro to havo an old-fashioned
barbocuo hero somo timo in Au
gust, whoro you can get a good dinner
(if you will bring it) and enjoy a few
hours with old frionds. Buck,
Tor Boiis, Pimples
f ocrof ulous soros,
oczema, and nil othor
rollcvo and euro
Mobility, and that
Has Cured Others
will euro you.
EOPKIftS riLLE, K Y.
jim: 30, 1892.
Notej and IIIIU DUcountwl . . IllVCJ St
Oltice Kurntturu .... . ... . 1,V)5.U
Kcnl KIte tor Dclit, .' . H.7I1.M
8tock ami lloii'U ... .-.. . 6,000 00
bight Kxclmnga . 31, US IS
Csshoaliand ,. 17,11 W
Capital ... f ?S.0ti0 00
Inillrlilunl Driwiltort . 11,&M II
Duo Other IlanU HI
DHMcn.l No. Si irnp.ilil ...
IHvlilcuil No. aJTIili Duj- j.eu a
Surplui Fuml -. . 10.00000
bet Ailile Iu l"y Slate Tax .... en 87
Jko. B. Trice, Cashier.
SuWillicil ami avorn tt lielon inc. thla Jul;
ill, ISVi lll.l It Qllll,
CURES HOTHIHO BUY PILES.
A SURE and CERTAIN OURE
known for 10 yaro no tho BEST
REMEDY FOR PILES.
rrfti4iiicui(iaoi.nTLOK(D. co., aT.unt.
Spring weakness uud gonnrnl
debility as well as all forms of ncuto
and chronic diseases, aro easily cured
Diseaso Is but imnalrod vitality, and
tho ELEOTIIOPOISE adds lo tho
store of vital force, It entisos tho
system to absorb oxygon, tho choif
eourco of vitality. Send namo and
adtlross, for forty pago circular, to
JJiusois tv wobD, xouisviiio, jvy.
Ilollablo ogouts wauled.
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OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 1392-
Professorl and Iiiitrurlor; Klfihr of Sunli nt
iouous; Agncuirurai, uivii
Erigiuooring, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. Om-i
coived free of tuition. Board in dormitniim S'l.W pr .'
lies ?3.50 to $1.00. For catalogues apply to JS K I'W' '
Tho statomout that "1,000 nogroos Tin i fVntiirr w'' "
havo loft Christian county" iloatinglillustrt' 'I !. m " n
around in tho Stato pross is to bo ta-1 Fuji tho .I.iihi
ken with a barrol or tvib of salt. The
registration just closed shows 2,7G0'
orod rotors on tho books. This isau in - ,
crease of 500 oyer last year and but
250 loss than in 1890 when the total
registration was 800 groator than this
Prtlnrn.1 nnnln nAnncmnnllo '
loavo Christian county but others take
thoir places and most of tho movors
subsequently return. Thttro aro no
prospcts that tho colored omlgration
will offect tho politics of tho county,
as a certain proportion of tho whito
pooplo also loavo overy ear. As
usual, Christian county Doraocrats
will fight for all thoy got this year.
' Wo offor Ono Hundred Dollars reward
for any caso of catarrh that cannot
bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh
F.J. CHENEY Sf CQ., Props.,
Wo, tho undorsignod, havo known
V. .T. Chenov for tho last 15 yoorrs,
and boliovo him perfectly financially
able to carry out any obligations mado
by thoir firm. .
West &Truax,'Wholosalo Druggists,
Toledo, O. Warning, Jtinnan tV Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is takon internally,
acting diroctly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Testimonals sont froo, Frico 75c. per
bottle. Sold by oil Druggists.
(.1st to Old Point.
Tho list of porsoiis that have decided
to go to Old Foint.on tho excursion
Aug. 1, Is Incjoastug ovory
day, and as has boon our custom wo
give below a list of names;
C. G. Layno nnd wife, Jno. F.
Clardy and wifo, A. Hillo and family,
F B. Hancock and wifo, Hanson L.
Dulin nnd wifo, Jno. F.Lipscomb nnd
wifo, W. E. Adcock and family, Mosus
Elb and wife, Mrs. Susio Jouos, Mrs.
T, M, Jouos, Mrs. Nnpoloon Gregory,
Mrs. T. A. Smithson, Mrs. Ada Graham,
Mrs. Dr, J. B." Jackson, Mrs,
Bottio Slaughter, Mrs. J. J. Stuart,
Mrs. W. A. Wilgus, Misses Mary Ty
lor, Mary und Georgia i'lack, Lizzio
Wood, Madgo Fairloigh, Luln
nnd Mossrs. J, H. Audorson, A.
F. Kloin, Maj. J. 0. Forrell, Rev. O.
II. Nash, M. B. King, Horshol Ren-
shaw, W. G. McOohoo, 0. R. Clark,
Jno, 0. Boxloy, II. L. Trice, J. L.
Foaganos, J, E. Croft, J. T. Wall, II.
J. Sharp, W. A. Dluguid, Jno. 1'. Burn
ett, N. B. Edmunds, A. S. fcdniuud.
Jno. T, Edmunds and Sam Dillard,
As tho timo of departure dra'As uoarer
nisuy othor nnmos will bo added,
Clarksvillo, Guthrie, Springfiohl,
Alloiisvlllo, Russollvlllo, and Bowling
Groon will oach furu'sh a good
and tho indications aro (lint
this lection ivilj Imvo a largor
soutation than ovor before.
Tho Paragon Brand of meats Is tho
boat on earth, Ask your grocer for
tho Faragon Brand. I
a voman may spin,
unrl fill riAlf.
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11 . u.tiihfi)
II M Mi
cred moint i;n rcallwl '' '
Fuji-i 1 Fnjivnmt, l'i '-
ma, aid Fuji plain nirl H'lnp'f, but
tho first two aro ronid'P I-'Ih it tvt
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is takci It Is plooaant
flpd refrpalmig to he 'oste, nud ct
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleana tho system
cflectually, dbpolc colds, headaches
and fovers nii'J cinvs habitual
conetipation. Syrur of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind over produced,
phasing to the tatto and
to tho stomach, prompt ia
its action and truly beneficial in its
cfTects, prepared only from tho moat
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to nil and have rawio it tho moat
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs ij foi salo in COo
nnd ?1 bottles uy all leading druggists.
Ak roliablo druggist who
may not havo it on hand will pro-euro
it promptly foi any ono who
wUhcj to try It. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO.
3AM fMKOISOO. CAL.
lOVMIUi. Mt. Way tOCK. H.t.
The Condition ot
At the Close of Business
Iioiu nnil SI,07l.tS
U.S. llon.U in,cmo,oo
l'rrmluni on aamo 2,V).W
lCacni account 2,(K.i
Kiiinlliiie am! fixture l.Ml.JH
llcnl Catatt for l)cl,t 4,700.110
I.u.li ami Sight Kichange ... U3.1W.1S
Capital Stnci IM, 00,1 .00
Hurplii. .... 1,111.11
llilen'U Uiiali VIJ.00
Duo liullvtiliial ItpiioaUqri lir.ns.it
Tola) 4, , ..., .l)l,S3,tl
A illvliloml t three (I) per rent, liaa btca tie-
flared iaaUe,on and alter Juli lit, uu
J. V. Directors,
W. A. I.OWKV,
i UOPK1NSVILLE, -
aUoo! UlnYtlthorvltticuilrlTcn,rurntih(Klilaroriil)il. ralra lo Ccmmfrr.'a.
Men H.fitli)lrilroof aoJeommcllmiijiooU lot loom ailjolnlnt JJICK'WAITIKH liooil
cr.AitKsviLu:, . tf.nn.,
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
Mil. K. M. WHITLOW U our
1892 The DAWSON (jlmil
SUMMIT IfMSE, Dawson., llophim Co.JCy.
ThUlli.lrlloliiiatfl.Mi titration lrmrnlMitilUUne to Ilia Wprlna n.
"iin.b aic, iitiii, mi i.nwic i r , ,,. m, f ,
iml iikmi pltM.ant kvailmiorauf lli.lcllii lianxm.
al-i Tr.l ii,IHiiiun'l hirln x'raily lmritr.l,anl will lron.Iudst on a Aral claai nlan.
(Wc fninnilua all In Il.tlr r.. an.l ,lnnl nj.i llan' life ptlrlnr waltra rU
nl riwofrlijrji.. Ti. m.mdiaol 'Hajr ami Jue!rr, manr al.rantagw to "uillni
the S.rlnu.. ma.lK.lamllla an, artl4o(arur uioie. Wrata a'lJriu
H, H. RAMSEY, Prop'r.
Trigg County, Ky.
S. W. GUNN & CO., Proprietors.
1 I dllS famous health and pleasure it-sort, tho oldest in Western
-- Kentucky, is situated on the O. V. railroad (formorly 0. & l -vision
of tho I &X.) U miles from 1'ilncctoii, ami 10 miles from
llopklnsvlllc, ami Is open tho year round.
The Hotel accommodations arc unsurpassed'
Sulphur nnd Clinlybcnto Waters in Abundance.
Temperature of Sulphur Water WJ degrees, Howlnt' from a bold and
iovci falling Spring.
An Excellent String Band now on Hand.
Rates very reasonable and made known on
Add 1 os tho proprietors,
or the conditio: or
Pembroke Deposit Bank
At Pembroke, Ky., at the close sf
buslnossJuno 30, 1892.
Hurplua ,.,, , I,CM to
unmtuifui 1'ronti I.IUtl
nifl.len.l Ilneallcl for. . .. MTOO
DltlJond Sxrccnt.Thla Par DOO SI
Sat Ailda to I'ar Taie, tun
luawiilual Dofoiltora. . . S2,m r
IlaaBaska :.. . . .. (ISO
Tlanllng ICaaao ,,,, ... 1.S0S II
yMnilliirosnill'Utunu .., ,, . , 1,00 M
loanaaml DlwouDta,. ,, .... ...IW.S.S4 (i
(Jail) ami Rxcliange
I. W. W. flarnntt. lVilil.t I'.mhrala
PeiKKlt liank, In l'embroka, Kj.t Uo aoleiunly
(wear the atme itatement to bo serreot lo thv
bcatt,! mjr knowlotlgoaml bellrf,
tuiarrlLed and aworn in befure riia hj If ,Wi
Gareitt, 1'realdsat, thUMul . Ml
Xolirrl'uklls 0. dr.
Tho flreat Kngllah Itemed,
niitly aud net
niancnt cures all forma
or Nerrous Weakneu,
Iliea, Impotencrand all
CirpcUot Aliuic nr Kx.
ceaaea uecii preacrlbed
o III years In tldu.
Vsnira ao4An ..m v. vhk.i, ,neunJ7
lltllaule and llonod Uedtclne Vncwa. Aik
drugglat lor (or Wood'a rhoaptiodlnei II tie
offera aome worthier recillillini In placuol Ilia,
leare his dltlionest atora, Incloao tulce In letter
and wo will aend bjr return lunll 1'ilce, one
parkage, lltalx.ti, One will nleaae, alx lll
cure. Varaiililet In plain acafed cnrelope, 1
THK WOOD CHEMIOAI. C04
(."'Wlwanl avenue, IieiiiU,lIleU,
In llopklniTllls and orery wbers L '
Livory, Feed And Sale
- - . KENTUCKY
and the most desirable
experience wo fed confldeiit that
ectruttctl to in will be oxecutcd Iu k(lirl
iiiil jrtlatlo manner.
Noncbuttlic best mntcrinl used
Solicitor for worV.
Hi?MS", .SIJltIIVGH. Kesor 1892
,.. ,.. ....
un il u iinuv h,hi n. mi, ..,..-
guimn & co., aias.?
The Bankof Hopkinsviffe
At tho Oloso of Business,
Juno 30th, 189&
Iana ami Ularounti lMI,4li.SS
Ileal Kttataror lel ,. . . , is,r.sr
muting , ,..
' ' '" 11,(104.00
Storkaaiid It.,,..). r.ooaos
SlgUt Kaehange , , ....".. ... irs,si.ia
Capital Stuck ...1210,ll.00
Surplua fund ... tifinO.0
iieiMiaiii ... lJj.asi.Ti
Dltldettda Unpaid ur.00
lllildendNo.il Tlila Dar .... .. T.M0.O0
Tax Arcouittuonlua . ,. rs
. J. n. ucftiKHsoir, caViSn3'"
8ubacrtkeil anil iirora to l.efora me July 1.
"", J. iMIKADKN,
. or tur .
CONDITION OP THE
Of Hoptlusvlll. Kentucky at ths
closo of business Juno
NoleaandtlllUDIacouDlvd ,, 11
Honking llnuae ... , ,, 0,0W M
Stockaaudllondi,., ., . iim is
WlhlKxcbsnge ,.., , n
Ca. , , ,
buralua I'nntt . ,, ... U.UOObS
Individual l)e,otltori ... ..lll.IM II
Contlnirt.nl Kuml ... LM.M
fiA'tdote pay Taxes .'..'.::: ,. sri.ro
Hueto llanka ., 8,iil or
UlTldcndNo. I , t,m so
E. B, Lo.no, Cushior.
Subscribod nnd mrona to bofor ma
this July 1st, 1892. E, A. Arnold,
notary ruouo, u, u,