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CHA8. M. M EACH AM
- . EdltSr.
UESDAV, April 14, 1885
' Gen. Grant's condition is slightly
improved sinco onr last report.
Emmons Itlainc, a son of the
"Unplunied Kuight," is to become a
son-in-law of Joseph Medill, the ed
itor of the Chicago Tribune.
New York State will purchase the
lands around Niagara Falls and con
vert them into a park where the fin
est views of the falls can be had free
Mrs. Lucille Yseult Dudley, who
shot und wounded O'Donovan Uui-sti
in New York, is to be tried for lunacy .
Proceedings against her are stayed
tu the meantime.
Mr. Smith lias just been eki-ieil
mayor of Cincinati, defeating his
Democratic opponent. I'robuhl)
souio of our readers have heard of
The people of t'uiou county should
feel a just pride in tho Union Sciui
Week ly Local. It h a credit to its
town and county. It is one of the
most welcome visitant 8 to this office.
Even I ho wicked city of Cincinnati
lias driven out the gamblers and
closed their houses. All loafers are
noli lied to leave the city under penalty
of being arrested for vagrancy.
I'osl muster General Vilas has di
rected that no more outlandish names
shall hereafter be accepted for posl
offlces. Many of the names represent
iiig this species of American humor
will be changed. This reform lias
already been iniugurato.l by chang
ing the namo of "liuzzaid's ltoo.il,'' in
Georgia, to West Lake.
Tho President has appointed
ltobert B. Vance, of North Carolina,
assistant commissioner of patents,
vice It. Ci. Dryenforth, resigned, and
W. E. McLean, ofTerre Haute, Did.,
Ilrst deputy commissioner of ieimioii,
vice Calvin B. Walker, resigned, the
latter appointment to lake ell'ecl
If England and ltutsia lock horns
there will be one of the bloodiest
wars of modern times, but (lie worst
feature of the conflict wilt ho the in
fllction upon the niiofTeiiding press of
aitch ll'issian names as "Sneezeyour
headoff," "Tearyourshirtofl-," Tun
cliianoski" and others equally as hard
for the telegraph operators and proof
readers to handle.
J0EEI3N AFFAIRS. 1
BAItltXOS SUCCEEDS THE DEAD DAR
1IIOS. La LinF.RTED, VIA GAf.VESTOV,
April 10. Nows conilrmatory of the
reported death of President Itarrios
continues to reach this point. Tlie:
latest received brings intelligence of
the installation ot a successor to Bar
rios, and gives tho names of somo of
the Cabinet officers. Tho new Pres
ident is Gen. Manuel Lizandro Uaril
los, ono of tho two Viec-Pretidciiuj
Washington, April 10. Secretary
of State Bayard has received official
information from Mr. Hall, Ameri
can Minister to Central America,
that Gen. Rarillos, being the consti
tutional successor, has assumed the
duties of President of Guatemala.
THE ni'KNlNO OF ASPIN WALL.
New Orleans, April 10 On the
Australian, which arrived in pert
vesterdav direct from Colon, came
Mr. Mitchell, or the tli'in of Uogers &
Itallfiitiuo, and ho speaks regarding
the situation on the isthmus. Pana
ma was held by the Governnitnt
policy of the St Petersburg war
party, but when tho czar answered
that he would explain to Enginnd as
soon as (icn. Komaroff explained to
him, tho British premier was forced
to conclude that the czar was trilling
to gain tune. To-day, therefore, Earl
Granville, tho British foreign minis
ter, advised Baron Do Stael, the Rus
sian embassador to London, that the
British government had decided that
whatever the nature of the Russian
explanation of General KoniurolTs
action might be, Great Britain
would not allow any ' further
discussion concerning the delimita
tion of the Afghan frontier to go
on until the Itussian troops hnve lieen
withdrawn from their present out
posts in the disputed territory back
to the position which they occupied
all the lime. England appointed her
part of the commission to adjust the
Afghan frontier. As this was near
ly a year ago and as almost all of the
liussiau advanco has been made in
tho interval, it is difficult to believe
that Russia will seriously attempt to
reach an amicable understanding.
IjOndox, April, 12: Tho Daily
Telegraph publishes a dispatch from
Berlin, which states that Russia re
fuecscs to kid an inch of the territory
Mara hmm Compinj of London,
II. II. ABERNATIIY.
15. M. WOOLDRIDGE.
Atoernatliy s "W'oolcliiclgre
Representing Over $50,000,000 Insurance Capital.
troops against the rebels up to the 8'ie ha acquired on the Afghan Iron
timeof the interference by l he United tier, and that the czar intends to o
Stales. Colon was in the hands of the p,-,,ss ,u approval oi Gen. Koinuro!t"s
rebels. On March 29 the govornincut j action by appointing him couimand
torecs attacked the rebel Preston at Lr in i bief in Turkestan.
Colon, and all day long the conflict
raged fiercely in the streets. The
rebels fought from behind barricades
and from (he houses, At 7 r. M., the
flames sprang from the rebel strong
hold and were swept over the whole
town. The rebels scattered in ictreat
and the citizens, men, women and
I'p lo an early hour this morning
the government hud received no
further dispatches from St. Petersburg.
LtvixosTON Sextinkl: The IIoji
i kiusvillc soiTit Kesti'cku.v wants
to know what tho increase of a row
cniuiieii, lieu inroiign ine siorm 01 ( wo,i i,0 j twenty-one years, assum-
bullets and the names that swept the n,at Hi,0 iu,i a ,-airat tho age of
streets, to salety aboard tho ships. ta.t.0 wil.g am cvt.rv SHt.ctcding
The number of slain and burned to-1 Vl,al. ,n'lti , was twentv one vears
death will never be known. The 0jf C11(., c.,f to i,0 a i.jfu,.. Kael
streets weie strewn tliu next ttay cac t0 lllvo a cnll- ttt tlic ojre of llirce
Willi dead, and charred remains wern !,..,, am, m.,.y succecdingycartinti
every where lo tie sun among tnc 8i,e js twenty one and so on. We in-
I'nin. tend lo compete for the prize, lint
The loss will not fall short of flO,- inve not lime to solve the problem
.To reduce the expenses of the in
spection bureau of the postofllce de
partment within the limits of the
appropriation, the Postmaster Gene
ral has requested the resignations of
f iiirteen inspectors, including Fred.
De Tovimer, of Tennessee; J. J.
Ilaiinar, of Ohio; Geo. Porter, of
Illinois; W. W. Patterson, of Ken
tucky; T. 15, McFcrson and F. S.
Bedell, of Indiana.
It is understood that Mr. Wallace
Gruelle,the editor of theBreckenridge
.News, w ill have under Lulled States subsisting upon
Marshal Gross tho first clerkship in camels.
his office with a salary of $2,000. We
congratulate our neighbor on hit good
fortune and it is not a bit better thin
lie deserves. Gruclle for years has
worked like a Trojan. Editor,
printer, local reporter and business :
liiHimiriil jif ll,n lti'uiLf,iiatfl(rn Vuro a I
on a meager salary the appointment
Will be to him a bonanza. Our only
regret is that the Kentucky press will
J me one of its most able and brilliant
writers. Elizabethtown News.
000,000 or 12,000,000. Only three or
four shanties in the suburbs of the
town were left uninjured. The ac
tion of Preston, in burning Colon is
heartily condemned by Col. Disperi
the commander of the rebel forces
about Panama, as that of a common
brigand, and he says that If he is cap
tured he will be shot to-dei'lh. The
rebels arc now in possession of all the
towns in the interior. The Ameri
cans are protecting the Panama rail
road property and feeding the desti
tute as best they can. Great uneasi
ness prevails, as it is believed the
rebels will yet gain the upper hand.
Wasiiinuton, April 10. Com
mander Kane telegraphs from Colon
to-day as follows :
''Our forces are guarding both ends
or transit. Belief trains are running,
and much uneasiness exists."
Washington, Apr 1 12. Scuor Do
Peralta, the minister from Costa
Rica, has received a dispatch from
the Costa U'.ca minister at the
City of Mexico that says that the
Central American troubles are set
osman wuna's AKMV (ll'T Of SITPI.IF.S,
suakim, April 10. The followers
of Osmaii Digna are said to lie with
out food. It is reported and general
ly believed here that they arc. chiefly
We will gel us a three yearold hcifVr
and keep account if the calves.
Please put our name on jour books
as one of the competitors and we will
let you know in nineteen years how
many cattle wo have. If jou will
make arrangements with Russia and
England to postpone their tight until
that time we will furnish tnem with
beef at a reduced price.
The overly ambitious Barrios, Pres
ident of Gautemala, was nipcd in
the bud. He attempted to gobble up
his neighboring republics and con
stitute hiinsdf President of the whole
of Central America, but he was kill
ed in the first battle with the JCica
rauguau troops, und his army put to
flight. Tho war in Central America,
turned out to be a very small affair,
d' not half as much importance as
the rebellion in Canada. The death
of Barrios will end the trouble.
I.llllli WELL 10 III ill1 IIS
I! I J III! 1 1 ill!
Insured at Reasonable Rates and satisfactory Adjustment of all Losses Guaranteed.
him Insurance Coapia; of Chicago, -
Manufacturers' of Boston,
the flesh of their
The Prince and Princess of Wales
arc making a lour of Ireland. They
have, the dispatches say, been kindly
received in the cities where they
have visited ami at Dublin were
greeted with enthusiasm. This may
be true but the heart of the Irish peo
ple is not in the welcome extended to
the man who will some day be their
ruler. It may be that the 2.3,000 En
glish soldiers now in Irish garrisons,
control the "en thusiasm"orthedowii
trodden sous of the Green Isle to a
W. II. Clieuowilh is in jail at Sliel
byville, charged w ith burning a 'tore
Scott Farley was caught in the ma
chinery of a mill at Maysvillo and
The Enterprise is the name of a
new paper just started at Con don
by llaiihvick & King.
Tho drummers luivo nominated
Creed Ilaskin, of Cauipbcllsvilh',,
as their candidate for State Trcasiu
er. In Marion county, Win. II. llo
land, a cooper, attempted to cross a
river in a skill' while drunk, and wa
'the Eminence t'i'iilitutioiialist
which was burned out, will appeal
in hand-bill form until it cm get on
its feet again.
The Pxdmah .SlMuhiiil I. ml i
drawing and ili.-h iliim-il a K.I of val
uable prtiiiinn auoigi-t its Mill
sci il.ers l Wednesday.
i.'iebard Green, ail old mi l respect
ed ci'ii u suicided at to'e.-huiy. In
shoulin! himself ilirouub the head.
Cauc tin im-ial troubles.
will KtHinl tli iTiM'ht tt'iir-on nt 1 ivy (Stuck
mrV Htiihle, llnpilintviilc, Kv, At $l't a pi'iimiii.
ihmif y dm' H lien MTvict I ' rt'iiitVii'il. Mart'
prnvrn not in fl nmy W r;turmii fivu nl
charjrr the ntwt ik-nnm.
( Irvrlmi'I lt n li'inwl liny, fvo yrnr n'l. 'fi' .
h:imis hiU, It-ft It'iul It tut lute Ilni tU nii'l
irl l.in, ut Itf (iti, W, AMtnl'M Alittl: Iimii
fllv t.r:!-, the rtiit'wt n-iiilK- duI tu.nn-ii tmiri'
cvcriii thiH 4'inin'. Sm'I.-iI vmv lo riwu1
H't'MM it 1 1, 'Mit no IIhIiIIhv as-intit't hmil'l nj
Apr..i.,f. W. E. RAGSDALE.
Taylor's New Building.
Where he would hn ichul to wait
upon all who call Uhiii him.
Colorado's exhibit at the New Or
ieaipi Exposition was completely
distroyed before daylight one morn
ing last week by an employe, State
Commissioner D. G. Grimes. That
gentleman, with money advauced by
the Exposition managers and sub
scribed by private individuals, had
. juit together ono of the finest displays
in the building a portion of which
was a large painting representing
the mount of Holy Cross. Mr.
Grimes has been expecting that the
Colorado legislature would come to
. his assistance with an appropriation
to reimburse him for his trouble and
expense and add to the exhibits.
"When all hope from this quarter
failed, he determined to destroy the
display. With this object in view,
he gained admittance to tho building
at night under pretext of making
some improvements, and before
morning had smashed the articles
displayed iu such a manner that they
cannot be replaced.
Hon. Jefferson Davis has written
Gen. Grant a letter of sympathy, and
Gen. Grant was much gratified and
deeply touched by it. -If," said Mr.
Davis, "the prayers and good wishes
of those iu the South who honor and
. respect General Grant would avail,
he would coiKjncr the dread antago
nist with whom ho is now contending
just as triumphantly as ho overcame
the antagonists with whom he con
tended twenty years ago."
Cel. Starling, the facetious editor
of the Henderson Journal, analyzes
one of our recent editorials an ap
proaching spring, in the following
' Charlie Meacham, editor of the
Hopklnsville South KkntlxkijI.v,
since the reportorial demise of good
old Zeno Young, takes the cake for
wit. The following dislocation of
one of his eight line locals shows for
"At last thcro are unmistakable
signs of approaching spring." 3rd
' "Ieavcsare beginning to putouton
fruit Irecs and shrubs." Well,
where else should they put out?
'Buds to swell and grass fo grow
greener.' Oh, hnsh.
"In the words of Patrick Henry,
'let it come.' It should have been
here three weeks ago."' Who is
running spring business, you or
CHINA GROWS GRACIOUS TO FRANCE.
Shanghai, April 10. The Empe
ror of China has issued a decrco re
citing that the French having hum
bly sued for peace, lie graciously
grants their prayer.
THE ANOL0-KUSSIAN TBOUIiLE.
London, Apri 110 The Standard's
enigmatical dispatch of this morning
was correct. A great battle has beeu
fought on thcMurghaub river, on the
Afghan frontier, between tho Rus
sians and Afghans. The latter weie
defeated, with a loss of 500 killed.
The Buss'ans lost fifty killed and
wounded. The Afghan camp fell ii -to
the hands of the Russians, wlt'.i a
large quantity of arms, : ammunition
and naval stores. The victory open
ed the way for the Russians to ad
vance on renojeii, me a.tva.ico ai- Xot , vt!it damage was done, the
ghan stronghold. aluminum tip being as sharp and
J he battle was fought in a driving ,,Hjf,)t a8 ,vlien nrst completed,
rain storm, which rendered many
muzzle-loadm arms, carried by both It i8 said that a oi.ng marrhd
forccs.iueffective. The Afghans fought man and life-long Republican, a
desperately, and bravely opposed step ktoi e-kecpcr in the Frankfort Inlcr
by step the advance of tho Russians, j u U ;veuuo district, was so anxious
Two companies or Afghans defended I to retain his position that he wrote to
one position until they wero com- Secretary Manning Mating the facts
pletely annihilated by the deadly ar- and saying if allowed lo retain his
tillery fire opened on them by tho ofllce he would now voto the Demo
Russians. 1 he Afghans retreated icratic ticket. The Secretary caused
in perfect order after inflicting severo 1 him to be removed at once,
losses. The Russians wero evidently I mmmt
surprised by (ho stubborn resistance Gen. Law Ion is to go to Russia
and did not follow up the advantage, after all. President Cleveland has
being evidently content with the investigated his case since the Senate
capture of the camp. The British adjourned and will renew the appoint
officers present during the fight are , ineiil. The charge that Gen. Law ton
loud In their praises of the valor i was Ineligible on account of war dis
While a heavy storm was passing
over Washington City one day last
week the newly completed Washing'
ton Monument was struck three times
,by lightning. An examination has
been mado with a powerful telescope.
displayed by the Afghans. Tho of
ficers at once proceeded to the head
quarters of Sir Peter Eumsden, the
English Commissioner, and made a
full report of thought.
abilities has been proven untrue.
Capt. C. T. Allen, of Princeton, is
an applicant for tho Swiss Mission,
Ex- Mayor Clias. I). Jacob, of Louis
ville, wauls to be Minister to Austria,
ic.j 'ii.., i. r....o n.i..i-o i.
-t.n v. A, .I'll 111 A trai.t .l..tn. I
' 1 ' . I.I a.iuWi a irm.l l n.Icit.t.. I.. Uoi.t
mined and grave position has been )
assumed by the English government
toward Russia concerning the Penj
deli incident. The ministry, it ap
pears, have been coerced by tho ag
gressiveness of public opinion into a
tardy but evidently determined altit
ude of pugnacity. At first Mr.
Gladstono sstiellc I himself with
demanding of Russia an explanation
of Gen. KomarofTs attack ou the Af
ghans. He felt sure it is stated that
Russia wes sincerely desirous of peace
and would discountenance the act of I Fred W. Clarke
commander, no matter how throughly 'candidate for the
be might represented the bellicose Davleis county.
Hardin county is rejoicing because
she has just liquidated the last of t
railroad bonded debt of :!00,000, iu
currcd Iu 18o2. 1 lie county ts now
free from debt with money ahead.
Col. S. C. Mower, one of tho editors
of the Milwaukeo Sunday Telegraph
shot himself iu f ho head last week
with suicidal l.itent and died two
i a Democratic
4 Man' CliltriM'trr Imlirnteil Hf III Sh
fir Hid Kart.
A reporter has found a man who
claims that ear are the best index ol
character. Ho has a large collection
of cars to illustrate li s views. "Now,"
he says, "just sec how the lo' o of that
ear goes down into t ie c'leck: hi front
there is no Uih: to the ear nt all. 1 1
dont say, mark you, that every one j
who has an car of that formation is a:
thief, but 1 do say lie lias the propensi
ties of one, ami only needs opportunity
or templat'oii to develop them. Yon
know lteekv Minrp said that she could
not have been an lumest woman ou
live thousand dollars a year, and there
arc hundreds of people who are only
not dishonest because they are so fortu
nately situated linancV.lv as to be be
yond the reach of teiuptat'on. In some
very marked cases, such as in that ol
the former owner of this ear, which is
remarkably typical in formation, even
the possession of wealth diies not pre
vent from steulin? or cheating. ThU
ear, in its principal characteristic, is
almost the counterpart of a pair that
are worn by a luaa of former high
standing in the busineis world, but who ; rr, full i.rmiuT i l.atiy Timi
i nnw ...rvin a lorni in thx i,n!tn. M""!1"-1":" i ''J .V 11
tiary. I used to have oecu ion to meet
this man in business, and was surprised
for years to see him retain the couli
dence of his employers; indeed his ap
parent trustwor.hiuess almost caused
me lo doubt tho va'.us of my theory.
At least 1 had come to regard him as
an exception to the rule, but the event
proved my views to be correct, tie win
detected in an enormous system of theft
that had been going on for years. It is
only a week rr two ago I had occasion
to let a contract for building an exten
sive well, and. among the bidders was
one who offered to do the work half a
dollar a thousand low. r than any one
else. But when I saw the man his ears
told me not to trust him. I know he
would have robbed me in some way
bad he got the contract."
1 he establishment ol such a theory
would raise the price of ear-muffs con
Yes, or create a demand for false
ears; they make very natural-looking
tint gee, here s
n rim VI f
DrugSj Groceries, Tcbacco, Etc.,
A full line of Drugs, Druggist' Sundries, Stationery, S, aps, IVrfu lies
and Fancy A i t i, Irs, alo a choice ioi k ol (lioeei ie, Tolucci , Cigars, ( lass
ware, Tinware, Etc., kept uhvais mi Imnd. Evcryth'ng l ew und fresh,
(iive us a cull beforu making jmir purchases.
Mi ll. 80.
C. X2. TJTJ-Z" 6z CO.
Attention! Attention! Attention!
We fniiii-h Plana, Speeilh alioiK ami Designs of
anv ileeriplion ol' (ialvnuizi'd Iron Cornice
Work, Domes, Windows, Window Caps,
Feuialu in varii'ly, Italloat radix,
Iron Cri st Killings, Tin. Slate nml
IRON ItOOFIXG. METALLIC TIN'
SIIIXHI.ES, Eif. Auv parties that r in
warn of work in this line will favor us wllh a call.
CJeo. E. Cooper & 0
LuB(, Gamed Co.,
STORM 4 FH1E IX.SL'RAXCE
Dwellings, Livo Stock
Orriri In linrnrtt w.
Ilm' Srw lluilliii, oier
l( II arll'nAlum.
Will stand the present season at my
stable in Hopkiusvillc, Ky at
$W.(K) a season, money duo
when services are rendered.
Mnin'irinn U it hl'wl In v, 1.1'., Iinn'h hih,
will whit' on It1 ft himl foot, wt-luli hImmi mt
X Miiin'tH. kiii'l tll-hiHiiioM, Unr m h nn( na
tion. sin'M 1v laill, (1h Itv Miunlirino rtrh
hornc. pi'ronl S:ln' ,
H tiiiirin I'hv-iiiii.
tr; ln ?y Mamhriiio. mi l ln liv lni)i, Mi-'n-ifpr.
Iiriliv flii'ii, I'titfrii hv Unir fin '
Mmiihriiioriiicf.ilMm NiHv Wiw.-I r. u-'l by l ihi.J.
fun I. tli" -Mm uititf t mi nf ViKnlf.irl Mniiiln-tiiii
Keront, S.'.'l1.. mi l WclL""v.xt'l' n"mi J:!!t ,
ditnnl (ir.'h.-int irni1 (i 'HiiirM with iti.Mitvo
tliHle ami writt-r ill iij". limtn ni iv i' t-
wwk, Sprfinl ciiri- Ink' n tn prtvent :u fil'it
but no liability- a.-winiift.
Fc!. 27 tf. I1KX S WOOD.
I i e' I In
ones out of pi ass now,
another typical ear."
"loii see this thin cartilage, with the
roll disappear in the northeast cor
uer. and the ear iUelf coming almost to
a point, somewhat like a fox s. That is
(lie ear of a keen, unscrupulous, hard
hearted money-lender, one of those
chaps who seem to take a positive de
light in oppressing the unfortunate and
in wringing from them extortionate in
terest for small accommodations. Some
of these cars set well back, like a fox's
when it is snarling; they are the worst
cases. In others the upper point stands
slightly forward; sucli men are rather
shrewd and cunning than cruel, but
they are not very pleasant folks at the
best. Other of this sort, again, are
movable at the wilt of the owners.
These chaps add to their other amiable
qualities a quarrelsoine disposition that
will make them snap and snarl at
everything and everybody."
"lint about the study of ears, which
isthebcHway to acquiro this knowl
edgoP' "The only way is to select a few note
worthy specimens. Study the cars of
some men whose character you are well
acquainted with and mark their re
spective peculiarities. Then compare
those men of similar characteristics,
and see where their strongest resem
blances are; the first discovery of a
principle for yourself is the only diffi
culty. It is like the St. Denis miracle,
only the first step that has to be ac
counted for, all the rest is easy."
"Are ladies' ears susceptible o!
similar Interpretation P"
"Certainly. If anyone la about to
get married I could tell him whether
the woman he Is about to wed is likely
to agree with Mm or not. I could save
many a divorce, or worse, if the people
wanted me. But of course I couldn't
have time to do that work, though I
have served some of my friends in that
way. Oh, you may set it down for a
fact that the ear is the true indox of
character," St. Louit Qlobe-Dewerat,
Tersons wanting li-nts
"f canvas (roods would
calling at l'orl'i Si I'nis
al store on Main sn i nn iave
their orders. A full line of ttimpli'
U on exhibition at Mr. Ceo. llarlV
otlice, tents, awnings for doors ami
windows of ilillerent styles, bur-e
covers, wagon covers, slack it i I hind
er covers, tarpaulins, etc., all good
warranted slricl'y liiM-class. and
cheaper Hum von can get elsewhere.
Call on or add roes,
I. J. MiTctir.l.i,, Agent.
ItoanUiiitMrhfMil for Young IjmIIm,
The npnn" Minn w nppneil on
Jan. 19th, 188S tnd continue so vn k Kin-fit
Fine Carriage Manufacturer,
Corner Virginia and Spring Sts.,
IIOPKINSVILLE, - - . KENTUCKY
MAKES. TO OltDEll
Fine Carriages, Rockaways, '
BUGGIES, &c, &c.
'hs a Specially.
O yu BO H SESSS.
Y v tfns Mcnday, Januarj 19th, 1835.
1. i'r,.i.t I'ml. of Maihrmnilra. Mn-hsnlr mil Astronomy.
X. Vi.i..Cr.....nl. Prof. of I'hllonnpliy, Kn(la. and rfst.io.
I'n-t. ( l.alln. ami Natural Helnnm.
W K , Pl-flf. KlliriOII'rllltf. 1'liV.lr f'nmn,nH.. m-A r . . ...
Fro, ,.. . . PoHlennan L, .7h 7ur"'"""'"U"" "
,i,n, ,nii,(t.i,n ualui, M. A.,
iniwniMifi K.ununiis, 11. K, Toa.'lier Pruparatorj Departmenl.
.... r..i iiiwHin, rnoi'ipai nusic Doparlmmt.
MU. Aniilx II. cook. Teacher of Vocal ami Instrumenlal Moilo. '
ll ."no"' ""m"toB' C"lr Teh.r Painting, Drmwlnf. .to.
Mlaa Llllle wiBr, ,Miant In Art and Teacher of Callallnnlca.
Jaiima A. Vounu. M. n.. Lecturer on Anakimy and I'hyalolory.
C. H. Iiuah, Eq Iwtnri'r on Commercial law,
Mra. I.. F.OHtaa, Matron.
Iim s ,,' . i
M I.. I l, ...l,
.! II I In.
1., Instnictor In Ureck, Fninch, KnitlUa ana UUIory
3MS:J:TeES PER TXSU OJT CO
tenchflrs. ii um i utirutufure,
orinfortntition Apply to
J. . HUST.
Tdc.Vo. . Hopklnavllla.
S. GILS O IT,
Contractor and Huildcr,
HopkiDSville, - ,Ky,
I hnvo locattMl in HoDkitiFV ltc lo on npo In
tin' Imfinon in1irntil nlHtv-, mid reMpu tfully
Milictt the jmtr.imigu of Hie public.
TEANSFEU AHD EXPES33.
1 am now rnnnlnir ft Irnnifcr wiiiron In the
city, unit am ri'iulyal all iimich tu httul fin llitnf
from ii tnuik tn a tnml nf coul 1,iuvi iti! -rs
at McKoc Id's . M. O. Kmill' ft to'"., or W.
It. l.oiig'8 grocorira. it, vy. DeIIow.
of V7m ''i' '""! I",r,, ln ilrovel fanulle near thf Colleitr bullillnir or In the
aonucemonloroCrnlw Liu. J""- tl,A."",:".';,n"," ' Cor Citaloffi,
t orollior Information.
J M KM R. afllllKV. Vici
8. B. CBUMBAI70II, Pkibidikt
Hnve moved tin lr Bart
door of l tie
HAWKINS k CO,
OX 15USSELLVILLE STREET,
iext to the Kxpreia nfllep, n liere thoy wilt tw
lad to ime and aurvo thulr ctiatniuera.
UlflllTrfl Anartivo, reliable nntMmnn,
MKH I 1 U well iiiiiiiiliili"t wllh tlit, ilrv
iKilr traileof thin aertlun nf tho sluto. to wll
our line on eoniniirtHioii. Muxl he rertMiiwll)le,
ar'l give bontn Tor mnnnUM, AiMre, wilh re
ference. BHIGH I ON CI.OAK ll'F'U CO., 18
II White itrnt, New York. .uo.17.liu
catiilngui .. ini informal
Knrlnry & Wnivlmn.n 317 & HI!) S... Market Pt.. Bi
All tho latosl stylos of strictly Orst
class Carriages, Barouches, Buggies und Phaetons.
"",ra!',e' workmanahlp and material enttal
to a.iy faetorjr In the Hiate. All work reliably
KJIUfTiL, !"""' P' will conauft
.n, ii 'T'.'" Vy l"P"""g our atoek Demon
ally before buying. If at a dlatanoe, Vnd for
I. 3d 4 4ih, LonUvllle, Ky
WilNTFn nd t'cnilemen lo take !
.V V1 ' ,vt ""MIi I'li'iiuanl i-utiiloyiTii-iit nt
thelriiwn I (illntuiii'e mi oWitI oiii; wurk
"flit by inillllM lo 6 H liny ..,, . ,,Ui,.T
iiiinle: nn ramiwsinit. Pimi-,i aildnvaa lit umi.
OLIUiK .Mm. t U lloll. 11m., iix 4 ill.
Duke, will iniike 1 1 1
fiinn on the Stoker's
R. P. OWSLEY.
"Hmi Bt my
Mill mail, at
Taken up m a iray by W. T. O'ltrlan. tltlng '
J mil. a una! of l.nfiiyelle, Cln -latum county, Ky.,
ono while male yeniling, about i'i ycara old,
maikeil u llh a awnllow fork In the rlghtear,
ami a i ronnfl the lett. Roth cn r are red anil
Him red li.ilra,n lua fore let', and aiihralieit
by Knnuiel Healer at fourlm-n dnllarK, lieforo
ino i;iven under my band March 17, ihki.
Mch.Si.l A.J FUyUA, P.J.L.
VIinore money than at anything elae by
" taking an agency for the ben! telling
book out. Heglnnera aucceed gradually. None
fall. Termi free. Uauiti llool Co., Port.