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THEO. E.BARTLEV, tiitiMM Meseger KHIDAV, JANlAltY 11, 1880. Th cyclone ddtm with awful eeund Ami etouleet boerte must quake , When InilliUnas topple to the ground And death lollowe In the wake. PERSONAL QOSSIP. E. G. Bvbree, llenilereoa, wm In the ctlj TuMilay. Iti-v. J. W. Lear la waa io Howling Green the nrto( tte neck. MKaMarr Mcl'henon la rilltlnl Mra. J. C. Tate, ot t'larkivlllo. Mlieee Kiinlre atd Male riio.ua are vlalltul Dr. Ware'a family at lllirn, Ky. 8lur(lt r'.nternrlM: A. P. HiallH. of Hop km.nlle, il Dow Ine rimer afralbera for the O. V. Ml Ufa Carrie anil l.ucr Urenahaw, of Karl IliKlon, are fltl'lng their aunt, aire. K, H. Catnpbe 1. Mr. Ueo fl. Tlininpion returned Tueeday night from a Halt of three weeka to Carthage, III., and Sprlniorld, He, Ml.ira Maud and Nora Andrnnn returned home lo llarlfiinl jeelerdey, accompanied hy Mra. J. II. Anderaon, who will make a ten Uaye ttaltlo her huauand'e parenu, klr. and Mra. C. Trlee returned home lo It. Worth, Tea., Tueeday. Mr. Trice liavlag been unexrlently tummoned home on lo. eouut of thelllaeiaof hla partner, T. !. Bur bridge. AT Till I'llfllNIX Tueeday! J W Gardner, II Hang, Win loee.New York', W K Cmae, St 1-ouu: .(aa Pemioo. KranivllleiT C 1'etle, I inrlnnall; J J Mrlloakey, I.ouUtIII.; J B rank. Cmr innatt; H II Mera, rblladrlpnla; RJ Uaudy, LoiilavlllelBH lllonardion. Clarke Vllle, Trnn; L f Ihnropeon, Loblavllle; C C Uenung.OV K N; Wm Nsrcer, Kvea.Tltle; He llartlluld, Lonlarllle; W U Laoey, Keaiu tilla; gj W Nuerll, II I'owera, Ketbtillo Wedneailay : II K ILL., Hi Lou i; T J Kauf man Cincinnati; K U Williams, Loulltllle; Jno Alllnn,(JreeaTllle; U B Milhken. clneln ll; W II aloan, Kaahrllle; J Kulin, kari Inglna; J M Tajlor, Jno Wlme, Hiurr, Ky; W II Coleman. CadU; A stroore, rinladelphta; Bam Chandler, New York; M J Strang, Loula tille; W I llarlell, aahvllle: Joe S Wood, ' Hebree; J V. (.rove. Iail'e :o; Thoa Ryan Na.lieille. Thursday: J M lluelr, Loolanlle; M KSobel, Neib'ilie. CREAM OF THE NEWS. Pete Baker in "The Emigrant." 'Tela" llaker will) hla liaiidsoin (see, giaceful tlgure, sud a voice Dial cliarma til, coaiee lo the Opera House Monday me It January 21st, with tlif richly ilremril musical comedy en titled, "The Kiulrrtiil," reconstructrd by lilm.olf end elulRil with now and popular tonga. Mr. Baker lias en K'Kfl a large coinpatiy lo support him. The New Orleans Time Drmocrl, Monday, December 31, 1MSS, says: "Despite the slight tlrlzsle which fell laat cToning, the Aronue Theatre waa crowded from gallery to parquet, and before the curtain rose the sign of "Standing lloom duly," waa hung out. "role" Ilakor's coming waa known lo all and lila previous succcss es attained In thin city andelaewbeie, lieu gained iui iiiiu onu a crowded houae to wllneaa the firat pcrformitico hereof fcThe Emigrant,'' Directors Elected. I ho stockholders of the First Na tional lliuk met in the 1'reeideiil'a room Tueeday Jan. 8th, and elected the following directors for the en ailing year: 8. It. Crumbaugh, J. P. Trouse, It. K. Hives, 0. K. Jarretl, W A. I.owry, 11. W. Djwuer, W. L Thompcou, tioo. W. Graves, John Moayon. The Hoard then unani mously elected the following officers : 8. 11. Crumbaugh, 1'realdent ; V. A liowry, Vice 1'reeldeut; i'almer li raver, Cashier; Itilley Kuasell, Ilook-kccper ; Frank Piousc, (Jut Teller. The stocklioldors and directors are satialled with the past work of the bank and the inatitution has bright proapocta for the future. Troublesome Tom Vaughan, Tom Vaughan, who was this week sontouced to 30 days lu the work house for unlawfully possessing him self of a watch belonging to Mr. Neb loll, like 6am Luarus In the "U'ark Flag,'' has decided not to work if he eau holp It. On Tuesday he positive ly refused to labor for the good of the county and was accordingly strspped upon his bsck as a means of punishment; while lu this position he worked lilmselt' loose and was about to effect bis escape when the workhouse keeper, Mr. Brown, ar rived on the scene. DEATHS. .7 as. Hamilton, an old clllxeu of the Mt. Carmol neighborhood, died one 'day last week. An old gentleman named Allen, of the Bslnbrldge neighborhood, tiled very suddenly, Tuesday, lie waa a very large mail weighing something over 300 pounds and probably died of apoplexy. COLOItKU, . .. , t -, 81 Hopson, aged 95 years, died In ilila city Tuesday night. j Belle Moore, wlfa of J. C. Moore, col , died in this city, Wednesday. City Court Proceedings. W. Henderson, faat riding. Fined $5 and coBts. Mary Earl, col., breach of peace. Fined (2 50 and costs. ... . ; L. B. Davla, throwing Ore crackers. Fined one cent and costs. A Slight Wreck. The trains were delayed Wednes- day by I ho wrecking of the north bound paspongor train Tuesday night near Crofton. Connlderable damage was done to the locomotive, but no body Wis hurt. Golden Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vaughan of Falrview, will on the 24th Inst.. celebrated the fiftieth, anniversary of of tusir marriage. THIS AND THAT. ! " lloss A Ilogors1 livery stable, Frits' old stand. Mr. 8 II- Cluggett his four fresh milk cows fui a!e, law down. Prof. Ilawes will Iceliiro at the Baptist church on the INth Inst, ou "Moody and his work." Miss Cora 1'etree entertained a party of young peoploat her father's residence last evening. 8. 0. Ulckmen, late of this city, has gone Into the merchant tailor ing business at Klkton. Max Mendel has adjusted his bus iness matters satUfaclorlly, and has resumed business at the same stand. Wilson Bros., Grace.)', have failed. Liabilities $13,000. Asietls about half that amount. - Two much credit builneis caused the failure. . . Dr. Forahee will make hie second monthly visit to this city to-morrow aud can be found at the Phoonlx for one day only. Miss Susio Elites will entertain number of her friends this evening at the residence of her parent on North Main Street. A freight train was wrecked at Baker's Wednesday night, delaying the North bouudand Accommodation trains Ave hours. Attention is called to the adver tisement of the First National It ink. containing a list of the officers and directors for tho ensuing year. The contract to get up the life size portraits of the past cliaucelora of Evergreen Lodge, Knights of I'yth Iss, has been awarded to Mis lieale Htevane. .. .. . J MiisSillio Must has been added to the Musical Faculty of Bethel Female College and Miss Carrio Breathitt to the Art Department as teacher of Crayon. A. M. Cooper, late of Mayfleld, has moved to tills city to ongsge in the insurance business. He has rented the Itosslugton cottage ou South M,a- ;;.. ;, While handling carpel in the up stairs room of bis storeroom a few days since, Mr. A A. Mela lost his balance and (ell down the stes. se riously bruising his face and head. The Frank Burt Company played "Juat lu Time" and "Saved'' to small house on Monday ami Tuesday uighls. Hamilton, the Irish comedian, Is the best actor lu the company. The law Arm of Feland, Stile li Felsnd has been dissolved, Mr. Hen ry J. Stltes retiring., Mr. Stiles will retain Ilia old rflloe and lVland & Son will occupv an olilte over i'otroe A Downer. The tlttzens of North Main juat be yond the city limits have put down a good ciuder side-walk aa far out aa Mr. 8. C. Mercer's residence, which Is quite an improvement for that side of the town. Officers of Pembroke Masonic hodge No. 288 for the ensuing year: V. A. (.smelt, W. M. ; W. Hollle, 8. YY; J. H. Wade, J. W.jW, 1. Gar nett. Tress. J II. Y. Pendleton, Bea ; A. O. Dority, 8. D. ; J.' Vf. Coving ton, J. D. ; J. II. Massle, S & T. Caldwell Courier ; The first "dirt was broken", on the extension of the. Ohio Valley road toward 1 Hopkins villa on Thursday of last weok. Mr. O. Koss Baker is the contractor at this end of the line and is now mov ing dirt aa rapidly as his limited supply of scrapers will admit. The Y. W. C. T. U. will give a tete-a-tete social at the residence of Hon. John Feland next Friday night, the lBlh lint. Kvry tllnrt will be used to make the evening enjoyable to all who attend... The young ladloa always succeed in every undertaking and the social will not be an excep tion. A general invitation is extend ed.: Only ten cents will be charged. The employes of the Tfemlerson di vision of the I & N. prcseutod Harry Frar.ler with an elegant Howard movement gold watch at Qnthrle, Wednesday night, showing th ,hl;b esteem in which they held him. Mr. Frazior received the present in bis usual easy graceful style, with thnnks In profusion. Our local agent, Mr. W. W. Alexander, Intended being present but owing to sickness in his family waa unable to do so. For the Ksntcciiim TRUST. . arcaaTTrust.1, . It waa a fair yonng tree, of fragile form Uut bowed Ha head to the pillion storm . Till the wind ewept by; thoa la mod eel pr.de The tree etood op. can 111 netldef 1 t rhe Sua ran high with Ita bnrnlngrays He Korched Ita leavoe, with noontide blaxet But the evenlug oame with lu gentle dew And the tree looked up, and amiled anew , 1'hen tbe white I roat fell, end the leaves turned brown And one, by one, eame ruttllag down, . When tho aorrowfal tree bent Ita form to the blaat ' -I Aa 'Old Witra"obarlotof Ice How past . Hut the heart wltbln waa warm with love : ' With the faith that com re from reelme above And the tree pointed up with frtngee bare laying "lieaven will bear my lone ead prayer" rot Wlntordlodon the lap or Spring ,' And merry blrila bogan to sing ' f The tree looked ap, lu faith wee atrong ' . Saying "Heaven will bear aad bleaa long" The rain oame down, with lu roualoal voice -Aad thu tree, bid all nature rejoice . For bnda buret forth, and bloeeome too Neath the akowtira that fell like heavenly dew, Ok falnUna bean: whea eerth ebllU thy Joy And dlaappolnttuent thy tplriteloyS " liook up with an eye of faltr- and ee - . It flowa with bleating of love to thee! ' When the grief-klna rldce lu life's ate ma Bow huuibly down he oannot harm Tlranah the heart -larat heath ins noontide rays . . -. ,- ' c. n . Look up a laving Uod to aralae) . , ' Then the froata wlllehange to ba'my d' And the noon will bring no harm Co you, We,t ttortna WIU sweep ee kermleee by If we look with an eye of faith on high. m H o. i ' Aldermau Ua'urjr C.' Murrtll, of Louisville, dlsu last WMK. , THROUGH THE HEART.' DICK GARY INSTANTLY KILLED BY THE ACCIDENTAL DIS CHARGE OF A PISTOL. Full and . Reliable Details of The Oc- , curronce. , (Jeorge Kichaid Gary, faiulliaily kuowu . as Dick Gary, son of It 8. Cisry, aproniliienl citizen ol tho coun ty, living three miles south of the city, waa accidentally killed Wednes day. Boon after dinnor he weut into hla mother's room st home and sat down by the window to clean his gun, preparatory to taking a hunt. After II nlalilng the gun he got out his pistol, a 38 calibre Smillut Weaton.and began cleaning that also. The re volver was rusty ami the cylinder rod would not pull out and while trying to draw it out with a pair of pinchers, the iniizz'o being pointed toward his body, the weapon waa discharged and the ball entered his body, pasting tin ough or near the low er part of his heart. No one was in the room at the time excepting his older brother James, who saw the accident. When the pistol 11 red he exclaimed, -.inn I'm shot" aud (ell dead out of the chair In which he waa silting. Mr. Gary was In an adjoining room and rushed in upon hearing the shot, but when she reached him he was dead. Tho accident occurred at half past one o'clock. Mr. Gary, his father, was away from home but was sent lor aud soon arrived. Deceased waa 22 years of age and a young man of good habits and no- h'o impulses, lie had joined I lie Methodist church only about two weeks before and wsa leading a mo.t exemplary life, though be had never l een a very wild or a dlssl puled boy. He was unmarried and had recently Ini-urcd hla life in tho Northwestern Company for $5,000, pa) able to bis mother. No inquest waa deemed necessary and the funeral waa held yesterduy at one o'clock p. m. and the remains were interred at the family burying ground in the vicinity. ' SOUTH CHRISTIAN. Pee Dee Matters Served Up By Our Regular Correspondent Pik Dice, Jan. 7lh, 'bD. Christmas with all of ita aw eel associations lias come and gone, but the pleasures of each happy day will be treasured up in our memories for years to come. Tha.Xmae tree st this place was a well managed affair and a decided success. Mr. Tilman Jones has li'on con fined to his lied for several weeks, and has bad severs! very severe hem orrhages from the lungs. We un dcrslaud he is improving in health and hope to eoe him out again soon. Mrs. G. W. Jones has been quite sick for several days, but Is better at this writing. Hon J. 8. I.otigacre and Mrs. It I) Longscre, of Paris, Tenn , have been visiting the family of J. I Loupacre at Pee Dee for the past week. Dur ing Mr. I.ingacru's Hay In this community he delivered quilo an in teresting lecture on the subject of sgiiculluro. The lecture was well received by all who heard him. He urged the people to unilo with the organlzal'ou known as the Agricul tural Wheel, that they may be belter prepared to bold their hand with the monopolies of the country. ' Mr. John Harrison has pitched his tent in Pee Doe for tho next twelve month. ' Mr. Kobcrt GafTord and lady have returned from a visit to friends aud relative in Slewsrt county, Teun. The llev. Mr. Peters preached at Ptta Dee on the firat Lord's Dsv In this year, aud will protract the ser vice fur lome days. .Wo hope some good may be done In the name of the Lord. Tam O'r-HANTKit. MATRIMONIAL. Mis I.ulu NortMngtou, of Padu cah, formerly of this city, was mar ried a fow day since to Mr. Woollcy, of Miyllald.' ' ; ;i Circuit Jiidgo L. P. Little, of' the Heudereou circuit, will bo married on tbe l!Uh lost , to Mlsa Fanuio E Beach, of New Jersey, lately a teach er in Hartford collrga. 'Mr. Wm. T. Tandy and Miss Mat- tie Hioknian w ill he married in this city on the 15th lint, j ! ' - Married, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. John Courtuey, at 3:30 o'clock p. m., Wednesday Jan. 9, 1S8!), by Kev. J. T. Barrow, Mr. F W. IliggeratafT and Miss Maggio A Courtney. Marriage Licenses. E. W. Blggerstau" to Maggie A Courtnoy. ' COLOI1KI1. Henry Oldham to Georgia Branie , Juo. W. Jackson to Douia Cieky. THE SICK. ' Mrs. Tom Adams Is quite sick at her home near Beverly. Mrs. P. P. Huffman, of Church Hill, ia very tick with pneumonia. Mr. Jesse Giles, who has been very aick at her home near Howell, is much improved. J f ; "f . r4 , I .A Speck Of War. ' ' Auckland, Sw Zualani), Jan 5 Advices from Samoa say that the German man-of- war Olga lot twen ty men kilUd aud thirty wounded CjUtofapaity of 120 men leut to as sist Tamaasese against Malaafa. Tho Gorinans were compelled to retreat to their boat.' The commanders of the British and . Auierlcsn nren of war received an Intimatlou of the German iuteutions, but they remain ed Inactive. ; lion. B. J. Lea baa been chosen Speaker of theTenneisee Senat. . . BIOGRAPHICAL. Sketch of Prof. C. H. Dietrich, Princi pal of the Hopkinsville Public Schools. No city In Kentucky, however large, has a bettor syelein of schools than Hopkitmville. Ten years sgo the city was almost entirely without common school facilities and waa de pendent wnolely upon the eollegos ami private schooU for the proper education of the children of the c'.ly The Kkstl-ckian, then as uow in the flout ranks of progress and advance ment, threw its energies into Iho work of establishing a crtdltahle system of public schools hy bonding the cltv to tbe extent of 20,000. The progressive element of our people, llicn much weaker than at this time, oigauized for the work and an election was called lale in 18.!). We all remember the llerco and bitter struggle in which even the press of the city was divided aud bow the victory was won by the earnest and altuo-t suporlitiman efforts of Iho friends of the measure led by such men as It M. Fairlelgln G. A. Champlin aud ethers who were wise ouuugh to foresee tbe great blessings that would be derived from these schools. Dr. Fairlelgh and Mr. Champlin are no longer living hut thev lived long enough to see the tcbools all that they could have hoped for them. The present building was erected in 1830 and ou Dec. 31, 18t0, Prof. C. II. Dietrich came to this ciiy to con fer with tho Trustees In icgsrd le the position of superintendent, 'lliey hav ing been lu correspondence with him. Ho came strongly recommended and tho Trustees selected him from a large number of applicants to take charge of the schools. On Feb. 7, lijfel, the new schools were opened with eight teachers and 324 pupils. Prof. Dietric'j went to tvoikand it aoou became uiauifest that be was Iho msu for the place Everything was systematized aud in thorough running order within a very abort lime and by the end of t ho first half-seeeion I lie success of tho schools was assured. In the tali they reopened with au Increased atten dance and people soon began to flock Into I lie city from surrounding coun ties and a census tskou in showed that 2,550 persons bad beeu added to I lie population of the city within five jean. The schools above all things were instrumental In bringing about this rapid growth of the city. Year after jear Prof Dietrich has been re-elected and year after year the attendance has in creased aud oue afier another of the four reservo rooms In tho school building have been occupied. This year there are 050 enrolled pupils aud thirteen teachers, the janitor's loom having bien converted iLtns school room to accommodate the fust over-flow of pupil. Tho Truster in order lo meet future demands hive Istoly bought another lot in the southern portion of the city and an other building will be t reeled wiih in the next two yeatf, lu this con in el lou It Is pioper that abriof sketch or t he man whose faithful work has largely toulributtd to make these school what they sre should be giv en. Chas. II. Dietrich was Lorn in Fredericksburg, Ohio, Si pt. 1!) 181!) aud is the youngest of a family oi eight children. His sncistors were from Germany and settled In Penn sylvania prior to the Revolutionary war, where his father, John Dietrich, was born. Prof. Dietrich was educat ed lu his native village and in 1873 graduated troin Iho Ohio Ceutrul Normal School at Washington and the next year entered C'jhimbus Uu iversity, from which ho graduated In 187S. Ho taught two years in the public schools of Columbus when his health failed and bo went to New Mexico, where under Govei ument ap polutincnt be engaged in the miner al survey of that territory. After regaining his health he returned to Ohio and was the next )cr elected superintendent of our newly organ ized schools. Prof. Dietrich is per sonally an exceedingly gonial, atl't hlo and popular gentleman. Hs li a thorough disciplinarian aud possesses unusual executive ability. He is by uaiu re endowed with Hie requisites of an educator aud we daubt If he has any tqual lu the State lu the partic ular branch of achool work lo which bis talents aro devoted. Ho ci j ijs the unlimited confidence of the pa trons of the schools and the public at large and be baa many warm p-r-sonal friends as any man In the city. He ia a leading mt mher of the ma sonic fraternity, in which order he has attained a high standing.' He waa married, Nov. 28, 1883, to Miss Minnlo It Lander, of this city. They have two childron. Carl, a bright four-year-old, and ltutli, Iho baby aud thn idol of the household, Us Delicacy of Flavor Aud the efficacy of lis action haye rendered the. famous Cal i lorn ia I iq u Id fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, im mensely popular. It Cleanses and Tones up the clogged and feverish System, and dispels Heariaohoa, Colds and fever. For sale in 60 couts and H 00 bottles. ; '.'. . . ' ; Life'a Mole-Hills and Mountain. Mrs. Do C'tiMh O, yos, my plan of mannglng a mitn is to let biin hnvo his own way iu email thing, and then he is nioie, impressed when you opposo lllm in 'great things. It is simple enough nnd onsy. ' Fair Voting Urido But what do you chWhiuuII thiujrsP "O, smoking in the buck library, sit ting with his loirs crossed, neglecting to properly ndjuBt his necktie, nnd so I on. J ncrc s no use uguung iiooui sucn thin?". Hut when u man begins crlt luiblug milliners' bills it Is tiiuo for n woman to nssei't hovsolf." mtuiieU phia HcconL ; A Sunday-school boy, upon being oskod what umilo the tower of Pisa lean, rupllodt "Because of tho famine in the tonl." Sinning World, i . In wbnt months do nooulo mnrryr' A country nilnlator In Now England has niurrlod U8 couples. Of thoso 17 were married lu December, 14 In Sop tombcr, 'J in January, 8 oiudi in Juno nnd October, 7 ouch In Muren, April, May and November. 6 in August and 1 each In February und July. SPECIAL JLOOALS. Cabinet Photographs $3 00 per dcz. at Anderson's gallery. DontWait! The G-reat Mark down Sale is now on at M. Frankel & Sons. ANNANIAS All thnaewhosayMtKEE&COTlIE (UOCEIES cannot soil as cheap as any reliable bouse in the business must be lineal descendants of the above. Goods are being sac rificed at the Great Mark Down Sale ot M. Frankel & Sons W. 1TTEIDI Every oue to know A W. Pyle will give his personal attention to all fu nerals eulrusted lo us. He has had 28 years experience iu this line aud is well known throughout the county. Our stock of robesaud ccfllusis com plete, embracing all grades from tbe best metallc lo the cheapest woid collini. At 1'yle'n old stand in Hen ry Block where some oue can be found day aim uigui. Yours lo command. C. It C'LAHKE & CO. Come at once or you will miss the bargains we are now offering. M. Frankel & Sons FOR RENT. The farm owned by It. P. Owsley, and on which the late W. N. Chil drcsa lived last year. For terms ap ply to It P. Owsley, P. O Hopkins ville or Iliveriy. "THE JEWELER." W. H. Olvey, ' The Jeweler" of the city, is now loeated in lluckner Leav eli's Drug Store, where he Is prepared in do any aud all kinds of Jewelry Itepairiug at short notice slid In a satisfactory manner, at reasonable rates. REMEMBER ! Richards & Green keep a well selected stock of fresh and re liable groceries and are prepared to sell as low as anyone. Mrs P C. Richardson ha moved her ilresa making over J. D Russell's old aland, Main street. All goods will be sac rificed. No reserve. Everything goes at the Great Mark Down Sale. M. Frankel &Sons. A Large Stock oi Chewing and Smok ing Tobacco. Also a fine line of Cigars at Richards & Green's. REMOVAL We have moved our stock of Gro ceries next door to N. B. Shyer's, Hon 1 h Main street, where we can be found iu future with a full line of these goods Call and sen us. ' . M. S. PEItKINS&CO. V.. 1-S2 Ounces 12 pounds of the finest Gran at ('HAS ulateil rinuei- tor l 00 M e K EE & CO S , T 1 1 E G HOCE US. Richards & Green respectfully . solicit your trade. Good goods at living prices Call on us. riTS.-All Kite .topped free by Dr. Kllnn'e ei.ent Ner... aaUrar. No Kit. aftsr llrtt lay's use. Marvtlliiua rilres. Tru.itiae ant Si imi trial Itoitlufive ui 111 uamis. aui.il to Ur. Kline, tsi Ar. li St.. l'hilo. I'a. SMOKERS. Full line of It ice Si Ct't. Hopkins- villH Kmokmir l ooseeo sr MiKEE & COS, THE GKOCEKd . PUBLIC SALE. I wl 1 sell at public auction onTues day. Jan. 22, at the Owsley farm near Hnverlv, tho partnership property of It 1 Owsley and the late W. M. Childres., comWing of a good work mules. 2 wagons, 2 drills, 1 mower, 1 hinder, ;!()0 bhs. com, 11 bead of cat- tlo, 40 head nt stock hogs, lo.uuu :tis tobacco and farming implements of all kinds. Terms msile Known ou day of sale. I.N. Chidrces, Ad in. H. I'. Owsly, Surviving Partner. Jan. II, 188!). TATEES C.ronl atwl Irish PnlelnnB falihatfA " - ' - " . -i Turnip nd Onions In the verv fin est condition at. ('HAS. McKEE & GO'S, THE GliOCEHS. Our mark Down sale will b8 a Hummer and a Stunner. Look out forus. M. Frankel & Sons. 'LASSES Finest N. O. Molssan from 40c up ward, at C. McKEE at CO'B THE GHOCKU3. DR. T. W. FORSHEE, Hie Renowned Specialist and Surgeoa of the Coffee Medical Institute, No.Sl6tl. Ave, LOUIS VILLB' KY., Will vlalt UopMnsTillo m the PIUKNIX HO TKL. SAK1KIA V. Jan. lUb, from II A. M. to SI'. If., ONE DAY ON I,Y.,iii return ever uiir wwii next jmr. TB. FOUR, 1KB wu a Purfron In tM late wir, and h i!evot! hit life to th ttulr of Piteaw eor wmen and the Ktum ami le formilie. lln cornea prepared to perform anv oi'i-rBiHin, inu wdi give fi,iu lur um fails to cure Treat all curable medical and iurglraldla cues. ACUTE AND CHBOXIG CATARRH Disease of ttia Ear, Now, Throat and Luna, I) fcpeuai. JlrUhl'a uiwaae, Dubetia, Kitne'a, Livt-r, Itladder, ibrontn and Female oeiuu uueaaea. t Epilepsy or Fits Cured. A POSITIVE GUARANTEE. YOUNO AND MIDDLE AQED MEN Buffer in from 8of rmatorma from erroni la youib, or exo' aa in ntaturd -yenr, anil other nausef, proaiuring aoi aoi mo louowini i necia: ttiotrned, iieDiiiiy, nfirrounieaa. nitEineoa. con fuaioa oj idvaa, a vera ton to aorletv. defective nuiiiorr an-1 rxhiiistion, mlitcb unfits the vie tlm for Imatneaii or marriage, are permanently i-ureu vj nmeuioa out liijurn ua. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, Sfphilla, and com plication, aa ire throat, fi Hint- of hair, pain In the bonea, oruptiona, elr , are perfect It eradicated without mint; merruryor omer injarioua nruca. uunui ItlltKA. Gleet. Stricture and Urinary and KUbey truulflea aie apuclally oured hy treat ment that baa never failed. He undertake no incurable dlaeaaea. bat cures loouaaiHia given op to die. Itemnmher tlm date ard come earljr, aa hti rami" urn kiwiiji oruwneu wufrernr o atow. Conaultation free. Cnrmpondeace tulicited andoono'teotlal. Addrraa T.W. TOESHEE.M' D., UOithAre. LOU18VILLK, KY. Dee.ts-tt WANTED COLUMN. (Advertlsetnenta for he' p. altnationa and rharttahle olijrcti, not exceeding four llneis ill oe KiTeu ihu inwruwi tree in una column.) IV ANTRM A live, tnerffetleeorrvenondent ir ir.e penincaian in every neigauor hond in Hie ounty. AN'I Kl TO HKI.I -A imaj job offioa. a. ai. n aiua, una ouiue. WANTED A position by a atenoxrapher. with several month experience, to do general odi-e work. Uoxl refercnoea fur nishtd. AdJruaa loik UviSt. IVANrKO Two prnetieal printer antl ex T Iterk'iti'ed t uul'ahcra desire to purchase a eouniry paM-ron eaiy lerina, or will txke the biiilnewi managmiient and do the mechanical work on a reliable uater. Kent of recomen datUtua a- lo Cbrla' un character anil tmatrena 4MnlncalttDH. A'tdreraFi HLlnuKMH," Wick ilff-, Ky. VANTKI vr)hrdy wh'i owe me lorall at Clark .1 tU'4 . at my old aland, and Mettle at unce a on avom cuu. Jk. n, ri i.Vt, Tairn up aa ratray by A. .1. lireforv, llvlnr nHr v mircit inn, ny., ou ino i m i aim noati alxiut M it. ilea atuth o UojiLtDaville, onn Hnmn Vow ma til abont Ova THirn and ao- ural vl at it-n 'Tollin W tnttt mr hand and Mtal ihia i&th of I cumber IW a. li. i OU.NULOVK, j. p. CJ.C. STATEMENT or TI1K CITYBANK Atlheooto( Builneee, OK HOPKINSVILLE, KT. bECEUIIKIl 31st, 1888 liaWOl'lUIS. Nrt'eand UlllaDiacouDted, ilil si 31 Debt in .nit. 4IWI Ht n.n.itte Hiiua'anil Klxtnree T.rot un Ca.li anilS'giitlCxcbaiigr, 10&,6tt 08 stsisrs ; LIABILITIES. Capital Stork, SO.rno 0U .in iilu. l-'iina 40.0U0 0 UmilvKlvil I'n.lll- S.lll ft In'llvlilnallin'po.lta, 154 4WI 7M Due to ItanfcR. 4.44 Sot aelde to iny tax. tiiO 00 Mlviilouil o. l unpaio- e,i wi 17, 1 In. da? 1.400 uo W4.S0I t7 Ko nnrlalmed Peroeita remalnlDBover Ave yeare, I. D LONd, Caitiier. Sworn to be'oreme, this I'at day ot Decem ber, 1WI. T. W.LOKO.Not.rall. C O, 8. E. Tatca. Tree. W ,T . Tatov. t:a.li'r. J.U. UIKII.L, V.l. J. B. Talcs, Aet'tCaabT. STATEMENT Planters Bank or iiopkinsviixk, xr. izciuiiB 3 let. iaao. KE80UBUK'.. N trsand Bills Dlaoouateil, ... SUlit KKChatise, Ofllco Kiiriiiturr, Heal Ketate for Uetlt titocke and Bonds, Cull on band, ,11(5.070 17 ,. SJ.HJII IS J.WH IS I.MI7 4 I.O 00 ,. S1.0SHS7 KSV'i LIABILITIES. L'ailtal Stoek paid In, I Si.00 00 Illiliridllitl Ill'puelU, iSi.ots 17 DiMetln-rHanke. JaM II Invideeit Nu ss, lliladaf, B.4U0 10 .Surplus fund la.auo wi HSS.I74 SS W. L. TKIUE, Caebler, Sell wrl bed anil .worn to before ine, tble ueueipuer ei.i, la L.Smith, Nctarr Pobll'. VtUOW HON. VEILOW TUB Use "Peerless Brand" FEESH SAW OYSTEES. belected an-1 packed with clean linoaa and care 0. H. PEARSON & CO., HALTIVIOKK. MD. They ere The Bett. Aik Veer Qroeer for Them OPERA HOUSE, IAW 91 MONDAY, jnili C I Betarn of thaPopalar Comedian, ' Pete Baker. IX Till tCSNlElT CUVBDT od the road. The Emigrant. I'RICK: UraerTed V au, 60 and Ifio. According to looatiort, Gallerr. - "a. eala al Oalbreaib'e r rider, Jaa. III. Oaaisai-IlisBor Trasia. Excelsior lnJagon Factory! We desire to say to the People of Christian Coun ty and AdjoiningCounties that our stock of LUMBER, ROUGH I DRESSED, Of all kinds is full and complete in every depart' ment. We are prepared to furnish on short notice any and all hinds of Material used in building. In Builders Hard ware and Farmers Hardware we show a nice assortment. OUR LIMES OF Buggies. Phaetons, Surreys AND ROAD Harness for Buggies, and varieties. Homestead For Tobacco, Corn and Wheat. Also the Thompson & Edwards "Old Stand ard" pure bone fertilizers, "the best goods bring the best results," Have complete line of first-class farm machinery of all hinds. All goods at prices Quality Considered. T. UEBNDOH. HE EiON (Successor to Heendon, IIallums & Co ) Tobacco Warehouse CLARKSVfLLE, - - TENN. Beapectfulljr aollcita tbe patronage of farmera and dealera In tobacco throughout Chrlallan and adjoining ooantiea. Careful and prompt orderi executed on ehorteet notice. We hare (naming plenty of room, and thu enablra ua to NAT OA1T1IEK. MaiiagOT. CANT & GAITHER CO,, Tobacco Oommissloa Merchants, All tobaero lnaure'1. Dnloaa oiberwlae ordered YOUR ATTENTION 18 CALLED TO MY STUCK OF holiday Goods. WHEN IN CLABK8VILLE CALL AMD SEE THEM! -A FULL Drugs & Druggists' Sundries ALWAYS Arlington E. it. 1100 ARD, Proprietor, - 8 - H.ii.Auaa.SAiiiv. Abernathy & Long, """CENTRAL" TOBACCO WAREHOUSE! CAll coneignmenU of Tobncoo will receive our personal attention both Id Sampling and Selling. Rooma Caldwell it Atfurao GALVANIZED IRON, CORNICE. WINDOW CAPS, ;e:;i:s, mmt, mm. AND DCALtBS IN Tinware, Glassware, Queens Hiath St. Pianino1 Ms CARTS, Wagons, &c, of all styles We sell the Fertilizers as Low as can be foundt TOM P. MAJOR. Salesmen attention to all boalneaa cntruatad tone and all tbe beat and moat eommodloua houaa In the Waal, dlapatcb bualneas promptly. Horndon c& Major. j. k. qant, S al cum a u. HOPKINSVILLE ,ST. LINE OF- ON II AND. Xrug $ioro - - . CLAUKSV1LLE, TENJf. 10 - Om. (,ko. j. lonu. and Stablea for Drivers and Teams. & Randle, threes or- mm a uw, . ware, Cutlery and Lamps. HoplsiaavlUe, Sy. MAJOR