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Tt TU Express Call Kxprefs
9:15 am 4upm
Henderson. 7:Wam ..,. 3:03pm
i:Corydon1....i.,...,...7:2'im . 5:31pm
" Morgsnfleld.. ......... 7:53 am.. .,.,0.03 p to
' DeKoven'. ,. 8:27am 6:87 pm
".Marlon 0:21 am ,.. 7:35pm
Princeton 10:21 am .... 8:10pm.
.Ar Sopklnsvllle 11.80pm ... 9:50pm,
lv. Hopjt4itsvlle .
rriuccvuu. . ..
No. 2. Dallv No. 4. Dailr
Mall Express Mall Express
.6:20 a. m......a:30 p. m
...7:81 a.m.... 6:11 p. m
... 8:27a.m.... C:37p.m
., e:u2a. m 7:12 p.m
,. e.Dua.ra 7:41 p.m
,. :52a. m 8i07p. m
Ar'Svanavuie io:40a. m
Lv. Princeton,. .. J?. wjP7:l5 am
cat. Hopk.4 nsvllle . &: , .Jlio :20 a. m
Ly. " ...T.,..?k5:00p.m "
Ar. Princeton 7:i5t. m "
Local freight will carry passengers between
Hopklnsvllle and Princeton.
South Bound Dally.
Lv.Unlontown .. .. 7:25 a. m
Ar. Morganfleld. . . . . . . . . 7 :S0 a. ru .
North Bonnd Dkllr.
. 6:25 p m
..5:50 p m
icttganfleid 9:10 a. m 7:15 nm
Eaiontown 9:35 a. m .. 7'40pm
E.SUJ.RWOOD. Act. B. F. MlTCirit.!..
.hopklnsvllle, Ky. Q P.A
VlAj.OHIO VALLKY RAILWAY.
In connection with 0. O. & 8. W. and IlllnnU
Central to Louisville, Clnclnnattl, Memphis.
Lv. Hoolclnsvllle 6:20 a m
Ar. Memphis 6:40 pm
Ar. New Orleans 7:10 am
Close connection mtde at Princeton with
through solid vestibule trains carrying Pall-man
buffet sleepers and free chair reclining
Jas. I. Belote,
w ' HOPKINSVILtE, Krl ' "
Formerly with Forbes fc Bra.)
Will make estimates onlall kinds
of plastering and cement work.
All work guaranteed, and prices
reasonable. Repair work a specialty
and will receive prompt attention.
Addbess Lock Bos 420.
H FIFTH AVBNTJEHOTSU H
H LOUISVILLE, ST. Hj
H ' Best JiHotelln the World.
jH - Electric Elevator." B
H puts Caupbbli, Manages. H
U &N. TIME TABLE.
TBAIKI GOUTS HOSTS.
No. H St. Louis Fast. Mall... y; 0:53 a. m
Wo.S Nashville Aceom....W...ti.. .8:40 p.m
No.MSt Louis Express,. ...... .....10.28 p. a
No. 63 St. Louis Express;;.... 6:87 m
No, (5 NashvllU Accomodation 8:40 m m
No.il St. Louis Mall 8.-09 pm
Nashville Accommodation does not. run. on
Bandar. . u '' - ' &
North bound St. Lout and Chicago Fast
trolns have 'hroajh .trains solid and sleepers
VpChlcago and St. Louis.- -
iaTutLUteV stops only at Important stations
crossings. Has trough Pullman
y Attorueys at lUaw,
Praotlcs In the Courts of Christian and ad-
Office Court St., nearjWeber.
ALTER 8. HALE,
Attorney at Law,
, Hopklnsvllle ; Ky.
Office west slde,Court house, In Weberblock
Office with CalUs t. Wallace.
(Lat of Louisville.)
' Hopklnsvllle, Ky,
Office In Summers'Bulldlng, over Bassett A
Co's. , .
NDRKW 8ASQHNT, M. D.,
Physlclaa aad Sargeoa.
'Hopklnsvllle, Ky; '
Office Fifth and Main 'streets, opposite City
Telephone No. 5. . u ,-, y. M u i
FhyslebM d OctOUt
. . . J t. S'kivlU'.. Ky
Qg&s with Dr, bU, Maln,8treetVCT -,,
HH,8KERBIXT, .? . d, l i- -T -I . ' ir
Painter ad Paper Haneer,
aonewlih'neMriessfand ilspitcH and at Low'
to D. R.Beardofnce.
W SATURLEY, J"
Fainter sod Paper Hanger
All kinds of painting,
lng neatly aone. "., .
lrst MaUonal Barber Shop
. .- , BDyuBaiiuo, a
Rear of First National Bank,
'Wt.. ..1 1 S.a
f'"l .f." 4 ,., JWWW
rPi.'v.r.MiUgij .ioWnsvilfe. kr '
attMUoa to patrOMi cle 'Wi.'
MSKsitr7MrrlM. CsSTaadb oMTlaoed
Aycr's Hair Vigor.
f !(, f ,
'"Nearly forty years
some weeks of sickness, mv hair
,turnM gijiyy JL began usinfj A'yer's
Hair Vigor, arid was sd well
with the results that I have
never tried any other kind of dress
ing. It requires only
an occasional application
Hair Vigor to keep
my hair of good
color, to remove
dandruff, to heal
Itching humors, and prevent the
hair from falling out. I never hesitate
to recommend Ayer's medicines
to ray friends." Mrs. H. M. Haioht,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &,C6.j Lowell, Mas:
Take Ayer's Ssruparilla for the Complexion
Direct Connections For
CINCINNATI AND THE EAST.
' Direct Connections for
all Points la-Mississippi,
Texas, Oklahoma,' Mexico,
and California. v
1 PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
i i -
Write for'lnformatlon to the nearest agent ol
the CfaeMMke, Ohio dt Southwestern R. R.
Gen'l Pass. Agt
08T IN QUANTITY. . MST IN QUALITY,
Mb Inri all WORM Ramadtas.
I EVERY 10ni fUARANTEEO.1
SOIVB BT AXX. 9KVOOMTS.
iciuubsoi xDtci.ii to., it. ions.
RKXDALE HERD ef Berkshire hogs and
Southdown sheep. 3 nice year old bucks besides
lambs and pigs of both sexes Write
your wants, or better, Inspect my herd.
For- Sale-or- Rent.
M mile f ronxplke, Is offered for, sale on reasonable
terms., Will also consider propositions
from destnhta rentors.or share croppers.
Apply for ftirther,ihformatlon to
. , Miss Althsx Flktchee,
" ' Oak O rove. Ky.
"Hungry Joe," ,the famous bunko
man, recentlyJrQleased from-a Balti'
more prisonmust report to the New
York,,police every morning as long as
Leroy Zook, 19 years old, was"
drowned -voile bathing withoother
young men in the Chicago and
Lugen Lee; and, Hofaob, Lewis,
duerwitH revolvers in
a saloon at Kokomo, and both were
seripualipjured.te . "
Mou;,muauuau, v is., suoereu a
loss of $8,000, by fire. The insurance
will never cover-the.;loss.
h till ILW, ,
35 YEMS SUCCESS .
A i7 mmv.
tilt '.p' H--?!.!
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at the riWcnt
ht JBagtand Than
Formerly the "common scold" the
romarr vho mjulo her' neighbor Uvea
intolerable tii her rnglrYg' teinier, her
bitter tongue, her slanders and
fpund fcverywherc. LtAva
were passed recognizing her ns one
kind of criminal. There were two
forms of punishment by which she was
repressed or de.terred, or cowed into
gentleness, vb, tlie and
the brank. The assumed
various shapes, but It generally consisted
of .a chair on one end of a beam,
which rested on a bar so as to make a.
see-saw. Sometimes the chair was
hnng from the beam' by a chain. The
culprit- being tied on the chair, the
oilier end of the beam went up and tho
chair went down, into, the water, sousing
tho woman completely. They did
this three times, after -which they let
Such stools belonged to nearly every
parish; like the stocks and tho pillory.
(they formed part of of
justice.. - or instance, tabout 'London.
There was one oniBanlcslde'wltii which
!they,ddcke4 the wives of the nlavers.
tThere''was,;one atRatcilffe'; one at
Kingston-on-Thames, and there was
one which stood till the beginning of
this century bealcje the great pond or
reservoir oi tne urccn parK,
Apparently tho chair and. the cold
bath did not completely destroy tho
female tendency to scold, for it was
found necessary ,to invent another pun-
was extensively .adopt-;
ed nithouch not aiithorlzerl hv the,
law. This was the "brank," or "scold's
bridle," which consisted of a small
cage formed by iron hoops to fit tie
head, with, a piece of iron which pressed
the tongue and formed the gag.
Thus adorned, tho scold was either led
or carried about the town for all the
world to see. Sometimes she was
placed on a high scaffold. Tho brank
was used in some places down to the
beginning of the century. Its disuse,
its disappearance, the universal oblivion
of the punishment, make one incline to
the belief that tho scold has also disappeared!
However, such is not tho
case. The disease or infirmity of scolding
still exists, but In a much milder
form. Tho mildness of the modern
form Is mainly due to the improved conditions
Two hundred years ago tho village
household was insufficiently fed, tho
quality as well as tJio quantity-of tho
food was bad, work was hard, men:
were rough, husbands beat their wives
habitually; In cold weather they were
thinly clad; in hot weather their
clothes were too thick. If there was
any indulgence possible, it took tlie
form of beer. Tea did not exist. Children,
hungry and cold, cried all day and
all night; everything combined to exasperate
a woman. What wonder if,
from time to time, sho lost control of
herself and became copiously eloquent
over her wrongs? Things have greatly
improved. The husband no longer
or very seldom beats his wife; the
food has becomo cheap; wages have
gone up; luxuries, formerly unattainable,
have becomo. necessaries; the
scold is dying, out of the land, because
there is so little left to acold about
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
The nooses of Parliament.
It is announced that England's famous
Westminster hall, thi home of
tho two great deliberative bodies of
the British empire, cannot last many
years longer. Tho structure, with, its
beautiful river front, was originally
built upon a bog, and the dampness has
seriously affected tho magnificent
building. The floors of the vaults are,
covered with slime, and the limestone
used In the construction is rapidly dis
integrating, and all efforts to stop this
ravage have ended in failure
Mark Hardin, of Chicago, 16 years
old, was drowned at Paw Paw lake,
Decatur, Mich., while diving from a
You need Hood's Sarsaparilla to
enrich and purify your blood, create
an appetite and give sweet, refreshing
Arthur Drake, aged 16, went swimming
with two othor boys at LaCrosse,
Wis., got beyond his depth and was
GIVE YOU WHAT
YOU ASK FOR
Is the kind of a druggist for
people to place confidence in. The
one who induces you to buy- - something
else has his own interest in
view. He is the one you want to let
alone. Nine times out of' ten he
makes more money on the medicine
he says is "just as good."
0. N. Grant, a prominent druggist
of Grant, Boone county, Ky., writes!
"It is the best seller I nave in stock.
I sell a dozen bottles of Dr. Bell's
to one of any other
kind of medicine."
B. F. Jackson, Oliver. Ga., writes.
"I consider Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-,
Honey the best remedy I have ever
taken for the throat and lungs, or
any kind of cough."
"I am 87 years old and have uged
about all, of the cough and lung' remedies
that have been sold during my
life; and, for the benefit of the suffering,
I will say that I hav never
used any remedy equal to,jDr. Bell!s
Pine-Tar-Honey. It gives quick and
permanent relief in grippe, as well as
other coughs. We Keep it an our
house all the time and would not. be
without it. Mas. M. A. Metcalfe,,
"1005 S. Fourth, Street, Paducah, Ky.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is put
up in 25o, 50c and II bottles. If the
druggist does not keep it, it. will be
sent upon receipt of price by the E.-E.
Sutherland'itedicine: Co .,-
PaducabyKy. Thoreis: no
other remedy 'juaUs goodi" IT IS
AUUUUiaUUUW Uiwwu4 . , ,-,1
Knights of old crusaders who went to
conquer the world, could not hope to
succeed unless they were in virile, hearty
health. A man cannot face difficulties if
his stomach, isn't in good order. Disordered
digestion will awke a sluggish
coward out of tnyman. It makes his
mind stagnant, and he cannot think-quickly
enough to', accomplish anything.
It makes his'movements slow, and takea
all of the snap out of him. Every man
in business in America has a fight on his
hands just as much as ever had beltee
knight. It is a matter of life and death,
just the same with him as it was with-the
crusader. Indigestion and all the jlli
that go with it, most frequently start in
constipation. That keeps all sorts of Jm
unties in tne oouy, torces mem into uia
H lood, and so deranges the whole system.
Constipation is one of the commonest
ills, and to it are traceable" most of the
disorders that make people sick. Once
it gets a firm hold .on a man, it is most
difficult to overcome it. Temporary relief
can be obtained in a thousand ways;
There are medicines on the market that
will help as long as you take them.
There is only one remedy that is a real
remedy that you don't have to keep on
taking forever. That is Dr. Pierce'd
Pleasant Pellets.' The '"Pellets" arc
tiny, sugar-coated granules, mild ' and,
efficient in their action, i ney etiect a
permanent .cure You don't become a
.slave, to. their .use, as. with other pills.
cost of mailing only, we will send you 'free th
most useful medical book extant. This Is Dr.
Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, ia .
plain English; a book of ioo9 pages, profuse!
illustrated, the great expense of preparing which
has been covered by the sale of 63o,ooo coplej
at the reeular price, $i.so per copy. Address I
World's Dispensary Medical Association, No. 66J
Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Tile Pipes Hardware
at GUS YOUNG'S
Virginia streot, Opp. Hotel Latham
i u u n i m h
By attention to business
PUKilUN of your
i J d
alllow us to give you figures a
cations before finally submi
YUU Ab WfcLL as
PhoneNoi 131-2 rings.
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GUARANTEE A CURE
OR GASH REFUNDED,
FOJ SLE By;L. L. ELGII jvj
I: I. ft!
A Solid Oak Suit for
A Complete and Beautiful Stock on
hand, all at
1 ' .I.,.. -
Entirely new and first class in all
respects. Excellent sample rooms
and service uuequalled in the city.
On Double Car Line.
C. F. & L. P. Kleideiieb, Props.,
M ffrirr&irm$ Jn trmf'i, ri
riegu'llirQraduateand Bfczlstered Phs
FormerlrAsslstant Hurtonlh tha Ua
A S mwwmm Mri A 1T1 .Af m m L.A . - - - M
ireijiulfjii surgeon U. a. Army, iau
later Surgeon British Marine Service, with
two years' experience as Physician at Hot
1 the sick and
Office, where consultation with
one o. the Most Successful Doctors of the
present age is cordially Invited. All will receive
kind and honorable treatment, and.
permanent cures guaranteed In every caso'
undertaken, f , -
Dr. Matthew Henry Kollock Treata
Successfully All Chronic and Long
. Standing Diseases
Oatarrh Dyspeps'tt.,BronohltU, Asthma,
vaicum treate(i by latest hospital methods.
Blood aiKLSkin Disease.
completely eradicated fofeverjfrom
neat iiacn, irequeniana ouruiaj? urine, an
eases of the bladder of both sexes, promptly
anasaieiy, curea. r - -
T.n'rlinhJ will' receive special and careful
treatment for all their manv
Private Diseases, .sypStt ,
tency Melmchoir. Dizziness. Loss of Energy
and Confidence, the dreadful effects of Early
Vice, which brings Organic (Vealcness,
for business, study or enjoyment of
me treatea witn never falling success, un
the urinary deposits a rosy sediment
will often be found, and sometimes
smalt particles of albumen will appear, or the
coior win ue oi a mm, murisn aue, again
changing to a dark and turbid appearance.
There aremany men who die of this difficulty.
Ignorant of 'he cause, which Is Jhe second
stage .oi aemmai weakness. Tne Doctor win
gaarari,tee'"a perfect cure In all such cases and
a healtnv restoration of the cenltureurinary
' " " -
WRITE yonr troubles If living awayjrom
the city) i'Ob can be cured at home
Ab( alute secrecy In all professional
dealings, and medicine sent secure from observation.
Testimonials of patients are never
published. Bank reference to my responsibility
613 CHURCH STREET,
"Walnut Lane Herd
My herd is headed oy Prince Le 340S
son of Sam Small 37801,
he, by Sam Jones "30-
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'liiliti'Ls J"i.'!!l HMTC 3V1 i1' A' . , Ll, - , V ,
1; . .'"' "
977. My breeding sows represent the beau
strains 01 biooa in America, two 01 iuem
r nrlie winners, atoct tor sio -
at all times. Nice lot of young stook now,
ready for service. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Inspection solicited Jmo . W . Foano.
i PATTQ I
J P lease note this one that 5
j the firm of Sumpter & Hi L le HAVE NO OTHER side
5 lines but do a strictly pi U umbing, STEAA1 AND GAS
T fitting business, consequently j ake PLUMBING a specialty T
in its every department. J$ eing satisfied AND ANXIOUS i
J to devote their time & attent on to this one line of trade. ?
Therefore can offer better i J ducements and GIVE BETTER
satisfaction and in every way J UARANTEE good honest work
0 at LOWEST possible figure We carry in stock every
thing connected with the jf rade, such as iron and lead
T Pipe, Bath Tubs, Sinks, CIos ts, WASH STANDS and all J
sanitary goods, rubber hose, v A Ives, reels, GAS FIXTURES,
? gas stoves, globes, brackets, sVloKE BELLS, &c, &c, Plans J
and specifications furnished A nd ESTIMATES GIVEN on
K work connected with this li N e of trade, in city or country. 5
J j uring the approaching hot, r
dry weather if you need a (j AS cooking stove renumber
5, we have them. If you want A good rubber hose don't forget A
r we guarantee every foot.S old or REFUND the money. 5 ;.
afld Jp air dealing we hope to merit
bus J ness and TRUST YOU MAY K
1 least on plans and specifi 0
X ting them for contract, as
ours jq ives may be benefitted by W
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