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OMAS.IS. HMOM. . . . t t t
TUESDAY, JUNE 4.1889.
Four lucliea of uow loll lu Micul
Mr. Julm IWrret, l"o llopublI.:M
nominee for State Treasurer, lias do
cllnrd to accept, on the plea of 111
health, ami the Blate Central Com
mittee will have lo substitute a can
didate In hit place.
Ills aald that Harrison doslroe
John Mason lJrown to become the
Republican leader lu Kentucky
WUh John M. Brown on one aide
and John Y. Brown oulheolher,
politica would likely be kept "march
Decoration Day waa generally ob
served throughout the country, and
In aome southern cemeteries the
gravea of those who were both the
blue and the gray wore atrewn with
flowers bv the friend of both sides.
Tn nna Arkansas town a Kansas
crank uamed Kelly disgraced him
Air and outreeed propriety by deliv
.rnlr a nartisan harangue, which
was reoudiated and censured hi
n.u niMilnir of Dilrliillc clil nt ol
iu.ii, i..ril. Kullv la the man re
cenlly eloolcd to Congrosa to fill the
vacancy caused bv the resignation of
Minister Rvan. of Mexico.
The Ellaabethtown Newi. which
claims to have been the first paper lu
the State to suggest Knott for Gover
nor lu 1883 and Buckner In 18S(.
now Dicks out Hon. Juo. Younii
nn a winnlnsr candidate for
1891. Unless Capt. Stone ahould
convent to be a candidate which I
unlikely Mr. Brown would aweep
this half oflhe Slate like a Kansas
cydoue. T-e atatemeut Is also made
fit Hpii.Wnon'i favorite son is not
averse to atandlng for gubernator
Whose Superior Climate and Endleea
Resourcea Deserve Moat Liberal
'SMeltl Corrwponden'-s of tha X.Y. Journal.
Hopkinsville. Kv , May 20, 1889
"Whlle Ihls specially atlractlve , ol
'. Kentucky's many industrial lielles
may need introduction to the people
; and capitalists of the East, her charms
. promise soon to fascinate many and
add happiness and wealth to those
who may permit themselves to be
Honklnsvllle is the county at at f
Christian county and situated neat
th centre of the ("nntv on th L"tii-
ville & Nashville Railroad. Desirlng
terminal tamlities, the count v has
voted 200,000 to the Ohio Valley
Railroad, running from Evansville,
Ind .via. Honklnsvllle to Florence,
Ala, which assures manufacturers
of lowest freight rates and abundant
markets for their products.
Without a boom Ilouklusvill hai
steadily arrownto a nltv of 12.000
people, an increase of 100 per cent
since 1880 It has the rivht to the
claim of being one of the healthiest
nttles in the Union, the annual death
rate since 1880 being only 11 to each
1 (Wl MnnlMlU
Its industries heretofore have been
- mainly cunflned to tobacco, and it
' lias now aix larim warehouses, The
aalea aggregate 12,000 to 15,000 hogs
heads aunually and are increasing
' heavily every year. It has also two
large stemiueries, besides another
large warehouse now being built" by
Kislern rapital. A fine Tobacco Ex
change is going to be erected this
v.srto properly' accommodate the
H uh the development of the coun
try, however, other industries will
likely soon develop and possibly sup
ersede tobaccn, and the iuexhaoeti
tile and superior ooal and iron depot-
' its within thirty minutes of the city,
reupleil with the forests of oalr. hick
ory, poplar, walnut, etc., oflwr the
finest opportunities for the profitable
investment of capital in all kinds of
nianuf.iclnrlng enterprises. Good
, clay for pottery abounds In this vic
inity, and the prediction appears ful
ly warranted that the smoke of. fur
news will soon ascend by the aideof
h Inhere wrplinuses,
' The agriculturist also finds abun
dam opportunities here. Ttie ' lends
aro well supplied with water, and of
fer maximum returns of com, wheat,
tobacco, red clover, orchard grass and
timothy. The oonntv now produces
from 10,000 to 12.000 hoifsheeds of
dark tobacco, beeidea 500 000 to 800,
000 bushels of choice -wheat. Cattle
also tlo splendidly. , Farm landa are
' obtainable at from ti 50 to foO per
ec-n. sccorrllnr tn quality, location
. Otrinv to the equable ellmate Tire
Tailing here, and great fortuity of the
oil, the cost of living is vary, cheap
" Hopkiusvllle'a present mamifactor-
lea consist ol two large patent roller
mills, the largest planing mill and
lumber yard in Western Kentucky,
foundry and machine shop, tobacco
factnrr, two printing offices, galvan
ized iron works, lime work", two
brick yards, an Ice factory, etc .)
Ita retail trade is fully up to' the
demsnd, agricultural implements
veiling tn the amount of $1,500,000
annually. - ,
While there are some stanch bank
ing establishment, Ilipkinsvllle ol.
fers a splendid chance to a new nat
ional bank which would be satisfied
to loan money at 6 to 7 per eent od
gilt-edged security. The deposits for
lSiS, divided among four banks, ag
The religious and educational fac
ilities of the city are on a par with
cities several times the population,
and no parent will here feel the want
of elthir of these important factors.
The el'v tax rate for 188!) Is $1 OS on
hl06. with manufactories exempt
for five yea's. i '
rtopkiuxville is metropolitan In ev
ery respect, has Ill's mliea of well
' paved streets, telephone, gaa, steam
tire iteparlnient. Due opera house, as
also driving park, and the aolid, some
- times palatial, business blocks be
l.k t lie prosperity of the city. '
Much credit for the more rapid de
Teli'pinent of the city is due to the
: Commercial club of that clt, ably
' presided over by Mr. E. B. Bassetl,
president, the embodiment of far
- aightcdneks, liberal Ideas and pluck
There is iiomovenient inaugurated
tending )ri benefit this city which
- falls to find an ardent- ehamplon in
tela nseful and active organization.
-. wfctch a at. an tlmra ready to furnish
fall and reliable Inforuiatioe regard,
lug this thrifty town., r Ubtih,. ..
A Whole Valley With a
stroyed. From 8,000 to 15.UUO
People Drowned JJy
of a Dam.
A TALE OF HORROR NEVER
EQUALED IN THE NEW
The Work of Saving and Identifying
HUMAN GHOULS BOB IBS DUD.
Derry, Pa., June 1. The most
terrible disaster known in the history
of this country occurred in the Cone
mauiih Valley yesterday aftoruoon
Situated about two and a half miles
northeast of J.lhnstowB, and some 300
feet above It, in the Alleghany moun
tains, was a sheet of water formerly
kuowu as Couemaugh lake. It I-
about 34 mllea long and from 1 to
2)tf iu width and In aome placea It is
100 feet in depth. It holds more wa
ter than any other reservoir, nature!
or artificial, in the Uuiled btau a
The lake has been quadrupled iu slz
by artificial means, and was held iu
check by a dam 1,000 feet wide, it l
X feet in thlcknesa at the ba.o, and
the height is 110 feeL The top bad a
breadth of over twenty feeL
The steady ralna of the past t
lave. In addition to those in the eer
ier prt of the week, so swelled the
mouutain streams emptying into tin
lake, that it foroed the walls and
turned the great vol u ma or waters
loose upon the valloy bolow.
When the dam burst, the wale
came like a whirlpool, aud before tin
people knew it they were In Ita grasp
Uy 7 o'clock the alream became thl.'k
itrewn with men, women ami etui
dren, oliugtiig to all aorta of temp
rarr means of salvation, and two
men and a woman clung to the top
of huge trees, A man rescued in Hi
river here, who waa swept away
from Johnstown, says positively thai
no less than 1,500 Uvea are probably
lost iu the valU-y of the Conrmaugli
WORSK AMD MORE OF IT
' SakoIIollow. Pa ; June 2,1a at
The first accounta sent out of the
Johnstown disaster are far below the
wildest estimalea placed upon the ex
tnt of the calamity, and instead of
2,000 or 3,000 It la probable the death
list will reach 8,000 many say ia,uuu
It Is now known that two ).asaenger
trains, two aectlona of the day ex
press on the Pennsylvania Railroad,
have been thrown into ttie roauuenea
torreut, aud the passeugera drowued.
These tralna wero held at Johnalown
from Frldav at 11 a. m., and were
lying on a aiding between the J onus
low u aud Conemaagh stations. The
awful torrent came down the harrow
defile betwocn the roountaina, a dla-
tance of nine miles, and with a fall of
330 feet in that distance, -
WkIl'ISiG AWAY TUB VILLU1ES
of South Fork, Mineral Point, Wood
vale and Cot.eipaugh, leaving bnt one
buildinj standing, a woohn mill,
where but u hour before had stood
hundreds and dashing on with the
roar of a caUract ana the fpeea oi
the wind upon the fair city at the
foot-hills. The great Gautler ateel
works sat in this plane and the city
below I', the railroad tracks bound
ing it at the base or the mountains on
be north. Here the traiua were
staudlng when the tide of water like
a catapult came down on them with
such resistless force that the heavy
trains, locomotives, Pullmans aud ail
were overturned, and
J ewPC DOWN Till TOmiXNT, .
and were lo lged agaiust the great
stone Tiadwct along with firty-one
locomotives from the Johnstown
round-house, the heavy machinery
and ) onderoua . framework of the
Gautler mill, the accumulated dobru
of more than a thou a id hnnsei, fur
niture, bridges, lumber, drift and
human biings. The low aiches of
the stone viaduct choked up imme
diately, and the water Lacked
over the entire level of the vail, y
upon which the city stood, to the
depth of whit, from the water-works,
Indicate about 33 feeL In tho great
sea thus formed, hundreds, perhaps
thousands of people were struggling
for life. The soeue to-day ia oue of
the most harrowing possible for' the
Imagination of man to conceive.
The accumulated drift gorged up at
the viaduct to a height of forty feat
ind then took fire from the upsetting
of stoves or lamps.
' ,' AS THSj rLAMIS CUACKLID
and roared among the dry tinder of
the floating houses, human bodies
were aeeu pluloned between . the
house roofs, locomotives, Iron beams,
freight, passenger, Pullman and bag
gage oars, the greedy flimes licking,
with haste, their diet of human flesh
The scene was horrible, beyond ; de
scription.' From infancy to 'the
wasted figures of sge were burueil
before the eyes of the beholders, 'and
no rescue from such fate was possi
ble. Strong men turned away with
agonized expressions aud women
shrieked at the horror of the acene.
The dead baa been computed at not
less . than 8,000 aud the number maj
exceed that estimate. ' "
! JoitMSTOwa, Pa., June S. When
Superintendent Pltiairn telegraphed
to Pittsburg Friday night that Johns
town waa annihilated, he came very
oloso to the facta of the case, although
be had not seen the lll-fatod olty. To
say that Johnstown Is a wreck Is but
till III! ha (ilU faf h P1. Uuilil
ny llkg It l,as eyes bu) iseu, n litis
country. Where long sowa of dwel
ling houses and business bloeks stood
forty-eight hours sgo, ruin and deso
lation now reign supreme. Probably
,500 houses have Oet,n awept from
he face of the earth as completely
as If Ihey had never been erected.
Couemaugh Is also laid low, Cam
bria City ia gono and not a house
stands iu Colville." The aituatlon
here has not changed and yesterday's
estimates of the loss oflifedonot
seem to be exaggerated. - Six hun
dred bodiea are now lying in Johns
town, aud a large number have al
ready b cn burled. Four immense
relief traius arrived lait night and
the survivors are being well cared
The details of the horror all over
the populous valley are too horrible
dwell upon. As soon as the
waters begau to aubslde the work of
saving bodiea began. In tome in
stances human ghouls were caught
robbing and maiming dead bodiea
and killed iu the act. -
IOO REWARD. SIOO.
The readers of The Kbhtociiam
will be pleased . to learn that
there ia at lent one dreaded dlaease
that science haa heeu able to eyre iu
all ita atages, and that is Catarrh
Hal 'a Catarrh Cure la lue only posi
tive cure uow known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh beiug a consti
tutional disease, requires a constitu
tioual treatmenL Hall's Uatarrn uure
la taken internal v. acting directly
unon the blood aud mucus auriaces
of the system, (hereby destroying the
foundation of ttie disease, ana giving
the patient streugth, by building up
the constitution ana assisting nature
In doing ita work. The proprietors
have so much faith in Ita curative
powers, that they offer One Uundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure, bend for list o( testimonials.
V. J. CHENEY & CO . Toledo, O.
C-Sold by Druggist, 75a.
ORDAINED TO PREACH.3 ;
Rev. Jno. O. Rust Conaecratea Him-
; self to the Christian Ministry.
Rev. Juhu O. Rust waa ordained
lo the christian uiluistry at the Bap
tist church Sunday morning. There
were present aud participated ia the
oereiuoulee the following ministers:
Dr. Kerfoot, of Louisville, Dr. Haw
thorue, of Atlanta, Riv. 8. P. Forgy,
Rov. A. W. Meaohatn, ' Rev. J. G.
Kendall. IteV. T. E. Tiller, Rev. W.
B.Moodie, R-v. A. U. B xMie, Rev
Win. Boyd, Rev. J. T. Birrow, Rev.
J. F. Digg, and liar. J. N. Preat.
ridge.' Tne presbytery was organ
ized bv the election of Rev. J. N.
Prestridge Chairman aud Rev. J. F.
Dagg Clerk. Dr. Kertoot was dele
gated to examine the candidate aud
the followlug questions were asked
Do you believe in a God 1
How do you kuow there ia a God i
Dojou believe he can be sufficient
ly known to be worshipped ?
Do you take the Bible for a guide ?
Do you believe wbatover the Bible
What triune nature doea tbeBihls
attribute to God ?
How about the equality of the
What ia your idea about the plan
of salvation T : ' , ' , ; ..
Do you want to preach that the son
ef God is the Savior of men ? , ;
Give, your christian experience
and call to the ministry ? " . . '
What is the belief ot the Baptist
What about the voluntariness of-
Do you believe In the doctrine of
election? "Yes." . ,
Do you believe iu the eternal pur
poses aud decrees of God ? i
What ia your belief about baptism 7
"It is symbolical of our regenera
tion and Immersion is the only prop
What is your belief about the
Lord's Supper? 1 t ; '
' Only church members who have
been regenerated and baptized aro
entitled to commune.""
By Rev. J. N. Proatrldge : . .
Can one know God by couscious-
nese? .. v : ;
By ItcT 8. P. Forgy:-
What about church government?
"Each church la independent and
sovereign authority for Its members.''
By Rev. J. T, Barrow : , , w)
Defiuo the doctrine of election. '
"It is that ouly thi cboson' of God
will be saved, but through the Inter
cession of Christ whosoever, will may
be saved.' s ? ' V . '
By. Dri . -B. Hawthorne :
Do you belief in the inspiration ol
the scriptures?- ' -"-
"They are not necessarily inspired
throughout, but I believe they , were
written by godly men an I that they
are an Infallible record.
By Rev..W. BMoodle: , ,
Are you fully satisfied that you de
sire to preach the gospel ? t ,..
All of the above questions having
been satisfactorily answered by the
candidate, the presbytery then voted
that he be ordained. i , i
Dr. Kerfoot praaohed the ordina
tion sermon from the first verse ol
the thirteenth chapter of first Corin
thlaus: "Though I spake with the
tongues of men and of angels and
have not love, I am become as sound
log brass or a tinkling cymbal.1 Th.
discourse was one of great power
and ability aud occupied .about on
hour. .- , , .
The young minister was then chsrg
ed by the pastor, Rev. J. N. Preat-
ridge, aud preseuted wlih a BIbie.
the presentation being made by Rev
A W. Meacham. lUr ,S P. Forgj
ed in prayer and after the ten oi
'welve ministers present had extend
ed the hand of fellowship Dr.1 Haw
thorne gave a obarge to the congre
gation over which Mr. Rust will pre-
aritlses wl)jph hgu at It) o'ulfiob, laal.
ad for V(vo and a half hours, The
church was tilled floor aud gallery, a
great many Baptists from neighbor
ing churohea beiug present fii addit
ion to the usual oongregation and
visitors. ... Everything passed oil'
ilhout a hitch and Ilio young
preacher will enter upou his duties
Whother on plcaaure bout or busi
ness, should take ou every trip a bot
tle of Syrup of Figs, as it acta moat
pleasantly and eueclualiy on tne Sid
neys, livor and bowels; preventing
fevers, headachea, aud other forma of
sickness. For sale in 50 cents aud
100 bottles by all leading druggists.
Commercial Club Geological and Min-
The Commercial Club, at a recent
meeting, set ou foot a project which,
if properly eucouraged will be, aa
similar undertakings elsewhere have
been, an important means of placing
before the public an exhibit of the
natural wealth of thla county, aud of
inviting capitalists to their early de
velopment Thla project ia the estab
lishment of a eompleto collection of
specimens, accurately labelled, of the
coals, ores, building stones, fire and
pottery clays, soil', rock, fertilizers,
grasses, cereals snd other products of
the aoilairof which are to be ar
ranged in a cabinet From thla col
lection one cau obtain in an hour, In"
formation in regard to the geological
wealth of certain localities which
would otherwise require a personal
and expensive investigation of daya.
Hopkinsville would thus become
headquarters to supp.y information
to capitalists and Inventors in this
county and the adjacent territory.
The club has beon promised the loan
of two valuable private collections of
minerals and soils, and contributions
can bo obtained without charge
With a little effort an experiments!
atatton can be established here for
the benefit of farmera. Christian is
the banner farming conutyof We"
tein Kentucky and thnuld have such
a atation as well aa Fayette.; Ual us
all work for it, t. :
Why Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is
preferable to any othef for
the cure of DIood Diseases.
' Because no poteonoiii or deleterious
iuprtHlleiit untor Into tho oorupoaitloQ
ol Ayor't Sartaparllta.
Ajer'e Banwpurilla cnnlamitie only
tlio parent anil itiottt effective ruiueiisai
Ay or'. BarsaparlllA Is pre,re0 with
extreme cure, kill, and cleauliDew.
Ayer'i Sarsnparilla is prescribed by
lead. tig plinJcisus
A vor'i Sarsapari lla la for sal
everj w liere, and rucouiiueuded by all
UrsOclau druggtsta. t
Ayer's Barsaparilla Is a medicine,
and nut a beverage iu disguise.
Ayer's Bariwparllla never fails to
elToct a euro, when persisteutly used,
according to directions. ,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is ft Idgldy ootv
centrsted extract, snd therefore tit
niOHt ecouoiuical Illood Medici ue la the
Ayer's 8antaparilta has had a sue
eessful career of nearly half a century,
and was never to popular as at present
Thousands of testimonials are on
file from those benefited by the use of
' VBEPAHED BV
Dr. J. C. Ayer k CoH Lowell, Mass,
ritn tl j sli MUm, at. Wankataaaula.
Dr. Tierce' Ooldfo Medical DIsooTery,
tlio only luodirtun of Its class that is fiiar-
In sll disease for which
it is rvoummnnded or
tbe moncr uau ior
aarill Im nniiiiil I w l-nf ttndtxl.
UoMi-n Mctlictd Disoovury cures all huuiors,
from tho comnmn pimplo, blotch, or eruption.
to tlio womt 8rotula, or blood-poison, eait
rhrnm or Tetter. Bcxcnia, Kryiipelafl, Ferer
n. Fllp-joliiC iMaK-tuw. BtToftiloui Bores and
tfwitlUiijrft. r.inarfftta uianui, uoiun ur aumw
Nocbt, aud KiitniK wirns or uicurs.
ilttUlfsii MiHliml liliitMtvorv euros Consumiv
Uoa whiS Is tttirarul of the Luttgtt, br Its
wondfrrul Dlotxl purltying, Jiivironkuii-,
nnd ntltrlttvo nn)nirtlMi. if taken In tJmo,
b.-m of Uroath. CaUrrb in Uie llad. Urutv
ol ilcls, Suvera Coutfbs. Afthina, and uadred
snoctionft, it is a nvprriirn r-meay. t
promptly cures thesevenct ('usjhs..
Kor Toriild I.lver, UilUtturiiihA, or "XAvt
Complaint," Dyspeiwia, aul I ud ignition. It It
an uooqualoiL ruioudy. Hold bj druinlstA
Ei, :-:, ::::
We. the nnderslKned officers ol
Caldwell Countjr, Ky., certify that a
number of individuals, both white
and black, living In Princeton and
Caldwell County, Ky., were snfforers
from Syphilis in its varioua stages,
and are now in perfect health, having
been cured by Foerg's llomcdy.
W. B. UANDOLPH,
Jucliro Cald won County Court.
JOHN R. .WYLIE,
Clerk Caldwell Circuit Court.
FRANK A, PASTEUR.;
I Clerk Caldwell County Court.
R. a PICKEKIN,-
Sheriff Caldwell county.
J. M. POOL, .
Jailer Caldwell County.
' Assessor Caldwell Connty.
. From one to three bottles will enre
Any case of gloct. Foerg's Remedy is
purely vegetable, contalue no merco
ry. Cue weeka trial will convlnoe yon
of ita merits. Ask your druggist for
Foerg'a Homed y. Price 1 a bottle,
prepared by Phil Foerg, Princeton,
C ' ' t: i ' 'J.i
lis Largest asd Hnost Eotol b iHa Citj.
' Eates-$2 60 to ti For Say
' ' eordlag to Eooms.
Tuaaisa Bussiaa Batbs i via Housa.
THI Flcfira Kramee ol all
klaiU. AM Lha .'Uiiatar (JrnuiMs." V.mttl
tnd f'abtnrjt alee of Irimn, nholoe Ktoliinfft
and Eniravknifa, from one of I be largMtantl
beat aHrnuied itouki In lbs oountrr. Kitab
II slieU 1H3I. - L
'JAME4 SjEAltL U SONS,
' PH1I.4DRI.PHIA.' PA.
Ostalotcue oo receipt of stamp.
- , ANNOUNCEMENT.
w are authorised to anaooas Fnnk B
Richardson a aeandtttate for lUpreaeata
Uve from (Uunstiaa Coaa(yf eleetioa Auguit,
HAKUrACTUIsU) OHLV IVTHI
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO..
baVM FaAHCUCO. CAL.
First ETational Bank,
OF HOPKINSVILLE. KY.
S S. CEUMBAtTGH, President.
W. A. LOWEY, Vlov-Prealdont.
S. R. CRUMtlACSU,
U. r. JAllllM i.
r. r. Kivia,
B. W. UUWSKB,
BANKING IN ALL ITS BIUNCDES.
4 Tear Old Whisky 2S a Qallon.
SEND ORDERS TO
Kraver & Harris,
. 4 Year Old
N B. Enclose Postal mon
ey Order or Cash with your
T. B. HANCOCK.
C. B. BALLCHS.
HANCOCK. HALLUMS k CO
Roll Attention di1 to umpllos and sell. of
T. R. HANCOCK. Salrsman.
Home Monument WorkS !
HALL & JOHNSON,
Granite S Marbls Monumsnts
We will duplicate
in Hopkinsville or Christian county by any
foreign marble dealer and
Discount the Price from 1 0 to 25 per Cent.
i - WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY.
KEEP YOUK MOSEY AT HOME.
YOU MAY GET SOME OF IT BACK.
HALL & JOHNSON.
fay-Office and Works Virginia Street, between 8th andfltb.
. THE GREAT SUMMER
DAWSON, HOPKINS CO., KY.
- ThMo Oelahratad Cbalrneate and SslUSnrlnrs aresltnatmt Imraedlataty anoa th. tarpon
New. UlMllpl Valley lutlroad, 101 mils. Wait at IauIstUIs, K and SS alias Cast ot
THS AHOADIA. ZXOT7S3E
( lw and Haatly rnrnl.hed with a sapirtty of sntartalnlns BOO gnsats. lha own sr. of tha
Hotat ar. al.oowisr.of Hi. Bprlnas, and the !. of thol Aroadla llouw l,"."7,4T!
M Tiha Hprloa. wltlioot eitra charge. Intali.t. .honhl rem.inOer that tha montiia of May and
June'ir.r m"nr a.l.a.it.oi tn .enns Tl.lllns Hi. 8prln.. The dry aad liquid sails are
manufactured at the Spring... for rampnleu, uirouiars, r.m.. appir
J W PKITCHETT, ' N. M. HOLEMAN ft CO..
MA.NAUKE. Ilayirti PBOPltlKl-OBg.
, .17 FIIANKL1N ST.,
CX-I3irST7"IL.I-.E, TEN. .
LARGE STOCK. PRICES LOW.
"Woxls a Spsclalty-
EARL1NGT0N WIN E CO. .
. eaowiRSiMO casual l
DRY k SWEET WINES.
ktasllai , Claral,Fort, Shsrry, Ak,
arl.lm . IABUHQTOK, KT,
i-'omhinss tl i liilr of Ilia Blue ftst
palirgrnl", f' l-f.'i a'd ee'rl""1".
Ki.h the l'.f.liei.Ml Virtues of plim
known te l ino.t LenelicisJ to ilie
hum m system, forniii.j the ONLY P1.R
TliCr RK.li:UY to act gently yet
pfuiti;tly on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AUD BOWELS
Cleanse tk System Effectually,
SO THAT -
HEALTH and STRENGTH
I f..rSVKUP OK FIGS.
PALMEB 0EAVI3, Cashier.
BAILEY BuSSELL, Book Zeeper,
W k. 1.0WRY
J. P. ruowBt.
DOUBLE SECURITY TO DEPOSITORS.
ThatollowlBl brands sapt: DatlM. Cou.tr aad
E W. Worsham'. rwrlMS; Hill Wlastaad's 811k
V.lret; Unberuoa Coonlr Cora Whisky; Aadanon
Coustj Wliiskr; Whtta Corn Whlskj; Ilea lirata
Hoar Sub UnloaUoaatY WUIski and TaaaaMW Wills-
CIOHT DIFFERENT KINDS OF WINES.
"PF.SCH AND HONEY."
RYE, AND OIN."
PRICES FROM $1 .50 TO
$4 PER GALLON,
i. T. EUWAROa.
w, I. raasaa.
Tobaooo. lUbaral Advanoaaoa eoaslsauMatt.
W. J- ELY, Book-Keeper.
any Monument put up
AND WINTElt KESOKT.
Road Carts! ON WHEELS.
Ten percent. Cheapor Riifymflcl
than anybody. DUgglCQ.
g)TDoa'l bay before getting our
prices and catalogues.
TH3 020. W, STOOKSLL 00.,
MasMtaia papas. ASHTIL1.B, Tim II j
Till! mil Ml! HHl
M. Frankel's Sons.
W.U. WIIMLSR. JUIIXK.MILXa.
W. U. rAXOS. Booa-Kaaraa.
Wheeler, Mills & Co.,
Warehousemen and Commission Merchants
AXTD GHAUT SSAZaSZIS,
RU89KLLVII.L AND R. S. STREETS. HOPKINSVIU.S, XT.
Ltbaral AdTanea oa Conalsamaata. All Tobaooo Sent Us Covand Br iDSaraaoa.
II. II. ABKRNATU Y.
Abernathy & Long,
fsTAll oonnlgnments of Tobaoco will receive our personal attention
both In Sampling and Soiling. Itooma and Stables for Drivera and Teams.
SITUATED ON THE CLARKSVILLE & PRINCETON DIVISION
' OF TUB L. & N. K. It.
The Oldest Health Resort in Western Kentucky.
' IS NOW OPEN FOB THE SEASON OF 1889.
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS by the Proprietors, S. W. GUNN & CO,
Wator never better. String Band in attendance during the season. Pla
ces of amusement on the grouuds. Kates Reasonable. For full particulars,
S.."W- O-TJISTlsr Ss Co., zopx's,
CERULEAN' 8PRING8, KY.
DHll GtUIttl SIP .
Cor. 8th. and Liberty Sts.
(Metcalfe Mfg. Co's Old Stand.)
as ssis ;PEi.aE5
To Have Your Vehicles Repaired And Repainted In Good
STYLE AT REASONABLE FIGURES. .
GEO. C. LONG.
IS A TRIAL.