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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, May 16, 1899, Image 6

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ASTORIA
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T THt CCNTAUR COMPANY fllW VOHK CITY
RICHARDS
BUILDERS
CONTRACTORS
AND DEALERS IN
Building Materials
Of All Kinds
LUMBER LIME ANO CEMENT-
Give us a call when you need anything in our line
DAGG RICHARDS
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ESTABLISHED IN 1852
SAMUEL HODGSON
Importer and Alanufacturer of
KJXK3 and
Grranite
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TABLETS ETC
CLARKSVILLE TENNEWiSJEE
MR FM WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Ky is my soiicitor
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-SEASON OF 1S99
To Oon Friends Another seasou of seed time is fast approaching aud
the wise and pi udeut farmer will apain use the old and favorably Known
JONES BRANDS of BONE and ANIMAL MATTER FERTILIZERS
that have for many years done their full duty when applied to both Spring
and Fall crops The ufb of commercial Fertilizers is almost universal and
the experience of mauy yearB has protea conclusively that ANIMAL MAT
TER FERTILIZERS are the most complete plant food known and the fact
of putting ACID PHOSPHATE ROCK in a bag and branding it DIS
SOLVED BONE des not make it animal matter Honest strictly pure An
imal Matter Fertilizers cost more than rock goods because they are worth
more and we ask that you remember this fact Our goodB go out under our
guarautee aualysis and this guarantto is good Ve offer our goods on
their merits and refer with great satisfaction to their most excellent repu
tation in all parts ot unio iumana and Kentucky where tuey are exteu
fiively used We respectfully urge x on to give the celebrated Jones Fer
tilizing Cos goods a trial on both Spnng and Fall crops and we know sat
isfactory results and future oiders will certainly follow
A S WHITE Agent HOPKINSVILLE KY
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HIGHLY PRIZED
Glove Worn by Hamilton Fish Jr
Owned by a Bowling Green
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Bowling1 Green Ky May
Dr T B Wright of this city
Milk in Cuba
In our new Cuban territory
tucky
Hou P Wat Hardin Kentucky
Hop W J Stone Kentucky
Hon William Goebel Kentucky
Hon John J Leutz Ohio
Hon E B Fiuley Ohio
Hon Henry Warrum Iudiaua
Hon F J Van Vcrie Iadiaua
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a relic in the shape of a pair of cav
alnyglovelthate prizes vry
highly tbecausehe knowstheji his
tory aud knows that they wen once
wornfay a hero Hamilton Fish Jr
of Roosevelt s rough riders who
was one of the first to die in the war
with Spain
Dr Wrights brother Hugh B
Wright of this city was with Roose
viltjn JhffigRt invhich Fish was
killed and secured this pair of
gloves when Fish fell
The gloves are the regulation
cavalry gauntlets and show the
hard service Fish put them to while
drilling for a month at San Antonio
the
milkmen are said to drive the cows
from door to door and each customer
sees his supply of milk drawn from
the udder so that he knows that it
is not adulterated In view of thefact
thatAhe railkfirst drawn contains
only a fraction of a per cent of but
ter fat gradually increasing in
richness until the strippings are
reached we would prefer to live
well towards the end of such a milk
route for those supplied first would
get milk entirely guiltless of cream
Aloney In Pecans
The pecan crop ot Texas for the
last year is reported to have been
worth 2000000 There is no bet
ter investment than a fine pecan or
chard As they are very long lived
trees and prolific bearers They
can be successfully grown over a
considerably portion of Virginia
and Kentucky and in nearly all
the States South
BIMETALLIC LEAGUE
CONVENTION
Louisville Ky May 31st June
istand 2nd 1890
The third annual convention of the
Leasrue of Bimetallic Clubs of the
Ohio Valley will be called to order at
Louisville Kentucky on May 31st
1S99 aud will continue in session un
til the night of June 2nd 1899 There
will bo two 6r three sessions daily
The following have positively and
unreservedly accepted invitations to
address said convention
Hou W J Bryan of Nebraska
Hon George Fred Williams of
Massachusetts
Hon John P Altgeld of Illinois
Gov Chas S Thomas of Colorado
SeuatorJCS Blackburn Ken
The reports of Governor Aitgelds
ilness are a mistake as he Iiub him
self written repeating hie pjipjs9
to attend the convention
It is confidently believed that Hon
W J Stone of Missouri and Hon
Joseph W Bailey of Texas will bIbo
be present and address the conven
tion They have been iuvited and
are endeavoring to so arrange their
affairs so as to accept
There will be two banquets in con
nection with the convention One
will qe given on the night of June
2nd at Fountain Ferry Park in honor
of W J Bryau and one at the Gait
House ou the uight of May 31st to
James P Tarvin
xne attenuance 01 ladies is ex
pected and desired A committee of
twenty live ladies of Louisville has
been appointed to receive and en
tertain visiting ladies
The people of Louisville without
regard to party are interesting them
selves in the convention and doing
all in their power to give to those at
ten ling a good time and warm recep
tion
James P Tarvin of Covington is
President of the League and Allen
WClark of Greensburg Ind is
Secretary The object of the League
is the advocacy of independent bi
metalism at 16 to 1 by this country
and opposition to all the results
growing out of the demonetization of
silver
Any 16 to 1 organization iu the
States of Ohio Indiana Illinois or
Kentucky can Bend delegates to the
convention See official call herewith
for full particulars
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GHOSXpFTIfBAEL HOOP
low a Mischievous Boy
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ed the People Residing on tiie
Connecticut River
Another ghost Btory has been ex
ploded George T Hanchett well
known in electrical engineeringcircles
has just told a story which may relieve
the peace of mind of many persoiiB in
towns along the founecticut river
These credulous persons have for
years believed in a ghost Why
shouldnt they Did they not 6tie it
plainly and did not men follow it in
boats ub it floated down the river and
disappeared It was a weird ghost
tall spirit like with trailing garments
and sulphur flames and strange odors
floating after it This is what they
say along the Connecticut river It
had 6cared many poor children out of
a nights rest and the river rrien have
watched for its reappearance for years
They thought it ought certainly to
have appeared just before the late
war with Spain but it did not and
the superstitious among them mar
veled much But let them be reas
sured Thut ghost will never again
float weirdly down the stream It
can not Mr Hanchett made the
original ghost and sent it on its wild
career Its remains are at the bottom
of the Connecticut bo me where
This is how it happened
Mr Hanchett waBa boy in school
fun loving and ready to iudulge in
any mischief in or out of bounds
One day it was decided to nuke a
ghost one which could be seen but
not touched one which would scate
but leave no trace behind The
scheme for its making was simple and
original It consisted of an old bar
rel hoop some stones some pieces of
twine and one half a gallon of kero
sene oil Each piece of twine pro
bably a foot long was tied to a stone
Tnen the other ends of the pieces
of twine were tied to the barrel hoop
at equal distances apart This con
trivance was thrown into the Connect
icut river The wooden barrel hoop
floated on the suiface of ths water
the btoues neighing it down just
enough to steady it The kerohene
was then poured into the hoop The
oil naturally floated onthe water and
the hoop kept it from spreading The
boys set fire to this oil and then cime
ashore It was night j
A weird uncanny blue flame shot
up from the barrel hoop Tne wind
caught the flame and set it waveriug
uncertainly to aud fro The blue fl nne
reached upward six feet into the air
tapering off to an uncertain point It
floated majestically fearfully down
the river People came and watched
and talked iu low tones Each village
gave a collective sigh of relief when it
went safely by
It might have come ashore you
know aud taken up its abode iu any
bodys house Who could have ntop
ped a pale blue ghost that you could
see through It scared village after
village then three men iu a boat
went after it Their approach appar
ently alarmed it for it wavered more
than ever aud hurried faster Then
the men who were being watched
fibm the shore gave an extra pull
aud shot up close to the ghost It
nodded it i head mournfully at them
gave a convulsive throb through itB
whole beiug and dived swiftly to the
bottom of tho river The succeeding
ddrkness was very terrifying and the
men hastily pulled ashore They
told tho tale unwillingly and coutra
dicted each other much The tale
has been added to since
t
As a matter of fact the oil had
burned out aud the hoop had burned
up and the stones sank to the bot
tom But this explanation has only
just beeu made by Mr Hanchett
Detroit Free Press
The Marion Gazette tells why
Pratt announced in Deboes home
paper saying
In selecting the Marion Gazette
as the first newspaper in which to
make his official announcement as a
candidate for the governorship
Judge Pratt paid a delicate compli
ment both to Senator Deboe and
the Republican party of Crittenden
county The Gazette being the
recognized home organ of Senator
Deboe it was meet and fitting that
Judge Pratt should thus honor it
His Name Was Hiles
Two Irishmen in company ap
proached a guide post indicating
Pittsburg 56 miles Mike rever
enced the cross and studied the
inscription at last he spoke feel
ingly saying Jimmy here lies
the dead It says he was aged
fifty six aud his name was Miles
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Bilious and Intermittent Fever
which prevail in miasmatic dis
tricts are invariably accompan
ied by derangements of the
Stomach Liver and Bowels
The Secret of Health
The liver is tlie great driving
wheel in the mechanism of
man and when it is out of order
the whole system becomes de
ranged and disease is the result
Tiutts Liver Pills
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Aver Troubles
The summer term of Wljitley
County Circuit Court convened this
morning with an average docket
A TIMELY HINT
You should bo wise and seo that vbtfr blood la
rich aud pure and your whole system put in a
perfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr
Carlstedts German Ilver Powder Then you
will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds
nnd the grip Dr Carlstedts German Liver
Powder Is the best medicine money can buy
For your Cold try Dr Ottos Spruce
Gum Balsam Price 26c and 6O0
a Bottle
For sale by
Anderson Fowler
Joshua Price of FloravilleO who
has been married twice has 35 liv
ing children
OilSTOBZA
Bears 9 Kind You Hate Always Bough
Signature
of
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Joseph Hacman of Cleveland O
died in terrible agony as the result
of a cat bite
You know what that tired feeling
is and you may know what will cure
it by giving Hoods Srar arilla u fair
trial
The new steel trust is to have a
capital of a billion of dollars the
largest of any yet
o j 1 o aa 1 jh
Bear the si The Kind You Have Always Bought
Carnegie is reported to have sold
his steel interest to his copartners
for over 150000000
Tc ttr Halt Jttieum hi d Kczemu
The iutense itching nnd smarting
incident to tlu te diseases is instantly
allayed by applying Chain berlainfr
Eyu aud Skin Ointment Many very
bdd cases hive been Dermaueutlv
cured by if It in tqually efficieui
for itching piles and a fnvorito rem
udy for sore nipple ch pped inuds
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UnCAKTs Condition Powders are
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condition Tonic blood purifier and
veimifuge They ttre nut food but
medicine Mnd the best iu uie to put
a hor 9 in prune couditiou Price 25
centM ner package For al by R C
Haidwick druggist
The General Carriage company
capital 520000000 has been incor
porated at Trenton N J
Take careof the pennies and the
pounds will take care of them
selves
Large things are but an aggre
gation of small things If we take
care of the small things we are in
effect taking care of the large things
which the small things combine to
make
Take care of what you eat and
your stomach will take care of it
self But who takes care of such
trivial things That is why some
day the majority of people have to
take care of the stomach When
that day comes there is no acids to
effective in undoing the results of
past carelessness as Dr Pierces
Golden Medical Discovery It
strengthens the stomach and re
stores the organs of digestion and
nutrition to a condition of healthy
activity It cures billiousness
heartburn flatulence indigestion
palpitation dizziness cold extremi
ties and a score of other ailments
which are but the symptoms of dis
order in the stomach and its allied
organs
A wind storm blew down26 build
ings in Chickasa Ok killing four
and injuring 16 persons
I have beeu a eufferer from chronic
diarrhoea ever since the war and have
used all kinds of medicines for it
At last I found one remedy that has
been a nuccess aB a cure aud that is
Chamberlains Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy P E Guisuam
Gaara Mills La For sale by R C
Hardwick Druggist
The campaign against the Filipi
nos has reduced the fighting strength
of the army 50 percent
Purify the sewers of the body and
stimulate thedigestive organs to main
tain health Btrength and energy
Prickley Ash Bittehs is a tonic for
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