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I. lAftTLtV, tMlim Maaaeer
yitlUAY, BEPlKMBEIt 6. 1889.
Mrs. Bolwrl Ilurk laatlll qtitloalck.
Min Fenule Brauibain ha gone to :
Versaillea to Uteod school.
11 In Alice Crenshaw, of Versailles,
returned home Tueiday.
Mrs. M Frankel tod daughters
nave returned from Cluclunatl.
Henry Bluinenstlel, Jr., has taken
t poiltlon with Grau, the bakur.
MiM Miry McCulloch left Tuesday
morning for Auehorage to attend
Lewis Guthrie hai taken a poiition
with Alei Glllilaid, the Ninth atreot
Mr. 8. IL Dlcken, of Yyr, Wcken
& Wall, Ii quite tick at hi former
home at falrvlew.
Mr. Harvey Bigliam h gone to
Louisville to enter Bryant & Htrat
ton'e builneii college.
Archle'Bosles lii gone to Nash
villa to enter the dentil di-partmeiit
of Vanderbllt University.
Mre. Mary Prlie, of TVxaa, who
pent the summer with beriun.Mr.E.
H. Price, rolurned Iwme Wedueeday-
MUiei Jeanle B.lwri, of Buo!l
vllle, and Chrleale Pointer, of 0en
boro," are visiting l MJ Cruni
baugb'i. The ierrlce of El Mfiidel, an
eellent liiiaii. have been ewurad
hr Julm Mueyou for the fall trade.
Tnattutau Inerrased bu-liion for
the boute. a
Eiqulre W. J. Fuqua and ion, T.
II., of Canton, paand through the
city Wedueeday route to Bowling
Green, where bla eon will enter col
lege. Mr. N. B. Shyer and family bare
left for Nashville, where they will
reiide until Hopkinsville bai another
railroad. Upon toll promise, we may
expeul Mr. Bhyer back In a year or
Mr. Adolpb Meyer, who hae been
on a Tliit bere for two weeks, will
leave for Loulevllle 8undy, aocoru
penled by Max J. Moayan. who will
pend several montbi with him and
atleud a butlneae college.
CREAM OF NEWS.
Almoal a Fatal Fall.
Jobs Orr, a carpenter wbo waa at
work on the roof of I. F. fcille' bouse,
fell offTueeday aad waa badly hurt
lie wai engaged ' In putting on (
ebingle roof and . the scaffolding
broke. He fell fret foremost outll
he reached aba ecaOoid at Uie edge of
the porch, wblcb heilruck and waa
thrown bead foremoit to the ground,
a dlitaoce of aeventeen feet. ; HI In
juries were at ' flraf thought' to to
fatal, but tliey proved to be leie eeri
oui than at flrat euppoeed. He atruok
on bit bead and (boulder, but the
ground being aoft and muddy no
booee were broke. Tee principal
liijurletareaipralnei baelt, eev.ral
bad brulee, Internal hurta and a die
located linger.' Prompt attention,
waa given by a physician and Mr.
Orr le now geUlng along preUy well.
but ai be la well advanced In year
bl recovery will probably be alow,
though he hopea to be out In couple
of weeka.' ; " , I, - w ,
Paul Bant Killed. '
Paul II. Bauki. a lawyer of
IleudoreoD, waa thrown from bug'
rv in the etreeU of that city late Sat
nrdar eveiilng and killed. Frank B,
Dudley, who waa, driving mlthLlov,
waa alio badly Mured, but will re
cover. Accoiding to the newipaper
account both youug men were ander
the iiiOyeuc of liquor, and Were
diiliiui through the etreeta at
break-uock apeed.wblpplng the bono,
until In toraliiir" corner both of
them were thrown out. , Banki'
neck waa broken aad be died U forty
mlnutea. Dudley wai knocked eenae-
leu and did not regain oouKrouanes
for aeveral boura. . Bauka waa
brother-in-law of E. G. Sebree, Jr.,
formerly of tbla city, and wee SO
yeara of aire. . 11 waa a lawyer ol
considerable prominence, in apito ol
hia dlMipated habit. Dudley wai
mechanic, wbo lived In Sullivan,
lod. , , .
. Dr. Ullard Reilgna,
The Dulln-Llllard conteit bai
been Hopped by tbo rellgnalion ol
Dr. Lilian!. Pteparatlou bad been
made to begin takli.g depositions
Tueday. but early that morning Dr,
Llllardwuut to the county judke'a
offloe and formally tendered hli res
ignation, and decllued to quality
uoon the arouna uf t eligibility
He bai been In the BtaU but 18
months, when the conitltutioo re
quire! a reiidenoe of two .yean.
Thli enda Hit- ooutcit nd Dr Dulin,
wbo waa appointed until fall auocese
or should quality, Kill bold over
aud will iwicorou. r until. uexi Au
gust. , It la understood that Dr. Lil
ian! will be the ltepntillcan canni
date again t 1890, in order tliat oth
ends of the ticket may run for "viH'
, . , Venable Indicted. .
Chief Campbell ha received lnfor
matlonthat W i Venable, vihobai
been Indicted lor horse attallng and
Is now In jail,' If an old band it the
business. Ills real name li W. H,
Vanaradale aud he li wanted in
Allen county on a similar charge.
Hli trial here li et 20th. '
- The young pWipi bad a dance In
B. M. A.ndero ' "e hall on Sixth
HinatTueiday evening, which waa
attended by about twenty couple,
Ulka' Italian band, which wm In
the city, tarnished the muelo.
HERE AND THERE.
To loan 11.000 Apply at thlioiuoe.
F. M. Whitlow lost his Hue buggy
bone lat week.
Bobt, M. Wooldrldge,llveryarid isle
atable, Frlia' itaud. Telepliouelit.
Buy goods of 6 McOehee Broa. 6
Clarkiville, Ten a., and aave money.
A protraoled meetlug wai begun
at Conoordehurab, northeast ol town,
Tbe Ky. W. C. T. TJ. Convention
will ho held In thte elty Sept. 25, 26
and 27, In the 0. P. church.
J. A. Jones, of Tennessee, boiiKht
20 mule Monday at Cau.lor'l liable,
at prices latlifactory to the rarmen
who aold them. .'
All person tudebted to m by note
or account for fertilizer, will please
call and settle at once, ai I am forced
o close up my buslneai,D. A. Tandy.
The Cleveland-Haver!y Mlnstrols
opened the aeatoa Wednesday night
with a large bouae and gave a very
The Keen Miulouary Society will
give a Lemou Tea in the near future,
duo notice ol which will be given
wbeu the exact date ha been decided
The Bapttata have concluded to re
pair the exterior of their church.
The cupola will be removed, the ves
tibule repaired and the bouae ro
paluted. ... ' ' , ;
The week of prayer for mission!
began at the Method!! church Wed
nesday evening and aervlcei will be
held each evening until uoxt Wed
nesday. Mr. W. F. Handle, who has been
assistant postmaster for six yean,
baa resigned to go Into other business
and Mr. Batley Tompkins is tempo
rarily tilling hia place.
Mlse E. E Bartlett, a female mln-
liter, of Madison, Wli , begin a series
of meeting at the Universalis!
church Tueeday evening, which are
till In progress. Tbe public I In
Maurice Elite and Old Gooch, wo
of N. B. Bbyer'a former salesmen, .
Ill go with their old employer to
Nashville and W. L. Waller baa ae-
cepted a position with J. II. Ander
son t Co.
8-rvloes at the Baptistehurcb here
after will begin at 7 JO o'clock Sun
day and Wednesday evenings. Rev.
O Ilust will be wltb tbe congrega
tion until Oct. 1st and will preach at
every service from now nntiltbat
At the Sunday eervice at the col
ored Methodist church on the 11 Inst
1116 40 waa collected to cancel the
unpaid balanoa on .the church debt.
The church If now abontoutof
debt and In a very proiperoui con
dition. ' '.-
Dr. a 8. Wood and Ur. Jaa. Med
ley are attending the Bowling Green
fair this week. They took with them
Mr. Medley'e bay gelding, "Dr. W,
to be entered In the three-year old
claw, and tbe floe youug bay mare.
"KoraG," to trot in tbe 237 ring.
Eill Whltlock, the colored sonata-
ble of tbe Union bebool ITouse dis
trict, was arreated tbla week; on a
warrant for breach of. the peace,
sworn ont by - bla father-in-law,
Strolher Wellaoe. His trial waa let
foryeilerday. . '.Vf '.'"i' 'J.
Dr J. C. McDavItt, gradual of
the dental department of Vaaderbllt
Unlveraity, U In the elty looking lor
a location to praotlre bl profession.
Another dentist could, doubtless,
find all the work be could do, as
there are Only three In the elty, while
Uiere are a doxen or more doctors.
South '. Kentucky College opened
Tuesdaywlth 16 or 18 boarden IB
tha oolleae and 12 or IS yeung men
boarding la famlllee In town The
number of pupils .for the opening
week I in excea of last year open
ing.and Prof. Soobey li highly
p'otied at Ml prospect for tbe es-
Mr. Morris Ooben, of Marthfleld,
Mo., who recently bought out H..B.
Shyer, ha arrived and taken posses
lion of the stock. He will at once
get ready for the fall trade. If Mr.
Cohen advertise bl business prop
erly be will have no trouble In build
ing up a good trade, a he ha the
advantage of a good aland. ' '
The attendance at Bethel Female
College I constantly luoreaalng. The
nsual number ol boarden will loon
he In attendance and the application!
for matriculation from a distance
indicate an increase of patronage.
The faculty this year is quite super
ior. Mill Crauk, of Charlottsvllle,
Vs., is happily endowed with excel
lent culture, fine executive skill and
the rare ability to Impart Informa
tion so that It will be retaiued by tbe
ppiis. The other . memben of the
faculty are well-known to the public
T it old Institute Is Mill worthy of
li.i pantblstory, and receive the pat
rouano of the beat people In the
An infant child of narry C. Buob
nor, near Longview, died Tueeday
and wai brought to tbeoil Wednes
day for interment Id the City Ceme
tery., .,' . t ;i
Mn. Ltue IIollowv. mother of
M-s. Joe MoCarroll, of thia elty, died
Mmd ay at her borne In Henderson
Child of Wm. Kj an, Bunday.
Child of Amoa Harklna, Sunday.
Infant ehiU of 8. E. Lloyd, Gar.
rettiburg,l irday. i . . . X .'...
Four year old boy of Rev. Geo. A.
nubbarJ, In the elty, yeiterday, of
dlplherla. 4 '
Martha Herri, aged 76 year,
few mile north of the olty, Tueiday,
DMM nf Lewi DkVU). ft 3. C.
T HE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Bill Paid Amounting to T,700.
The Bjard of Commlislonere of
the Western Kentucky Lunatlo Asy
lum held their regular meeting Tuee
day. Commldlonere Green, Jarrett,
Flack and Petree were absent.
The expenditure for the month of
August footed np about 17,700. These
aooount were allowed In the uiual
way. The Superintendent In bla re
port explained that a number of lia
bilities bai been incurred outside of
the regular purchased of supplies.
Among these was a maohlno for
tbe laundry, which cost $1,500; a
fence loom for making picket fence,
100; paluting and other necessary
repairs on the buildings 11,000; new
fenclugon two aide of tbe garden,
and an Increased supply of coal, 4,000
bushel having been put into tbe
coal house during tbe mouth. Dr.
Stone also- advised the Board that
In order to meet the demanda of tbe
Institution the number of attendant
had been increased from 21 to 28.
DXaVhS AMI) DlfCHABOX.
The folllowlug report of the move
ment of population waa submitted by
the Superintendent for August:
Petiente discharged restored 2
Patiouts discharged improved......?
I'atlouta discharged uuluiproved..,.l
Patient died 3
Win. Merriman, of Butler county,
died of pulmonary consumption.
J a. Toy, of Uonderaon, died of ty
Vlnce Conn, cot., of Logan county,
died of pulmonary consumption.
FaBM AMD OABDf M FBUDUCT.
The Steward made tbe following
report of the product of tbe Aiylum
garden Tor tbe month: . ,
104 bushels potatoes worth. .1 62 40
14 " beets...... 280
24 " butter bean 16 80
35 " snapbeans 1400
4 " onloui.... 800
233 , lematoee 186 40
.48 " okra 12 00
200 bead cabbage 10 00
1985 cautlloup 99 25
46 dozen cucumben... 4 00
537 " ear of corn ' 53 70
83 u ogg 6 01
SO chickens...... 300
1788 gtllom milk 232 41
A good stream of water was struck
In the well bored last month, and the
supply will be tested this month.
A Franchise Granted to an Electric
Light and Railway Plant.
Tbe only measure of Importance
that came before the council at It
ifgular meeting Tueeday night was
an application from 8. H. Turner
aud others for a street railway and
electric light f.ancblse.to be operated
In ooujuuctlon by company of local
caplla'lsu. Two of the eonnellmen,
Messia. Radford and Campbell, were
absent and after free and exhaus
tive discussion of the matter, which
w presented by Mr. Turner and
Mr. Feary, the latter repieseutlug
the Thompson-Houston company, of
Louisville, the eubject waa postponed
until Wednesday night, to get a full
meetlug of the board. ; , ; ; -.; i
At the Wednoeday night meeting
It was developed that Mr. Campbell
was opposed to ' the grant and he
nude a strong eOort to defeat 4he
schema. Mr. Feary wat again pre
ent and explained the proposition to
the minutest detail, which waa an
exceedingly lair and liberal one, but
Mr. Campbell made a lengthy speech
against It and finally voted against
its passage, all of the other member
voting ay. ....
B; lefty slated tbe propositlou Is
that the company ' frill build live
mtlca ! or more of railroad to run
from tbe asylum to tbe driving park
and from tbe cemetery to tbe tooth
Maio, city limit. One mile I to be
In c poralion in one year, two mile Iu
two yean and all street not occu
pied in two yeara are to revert to the
city. ,The company- le to nave a
twenty-live year franohlsefrom time
of completion. , Tbe proposition goes
Into all details of charge, mode of
operation, . etc The electric light
plant la to be operated by the same
machinery, which will cheapen. both
light and transit.; The city'! contract
wltb tbegaa company run' till 1892,
but the elecli lo light can be told to
private elt'nena. . .The contract en
tered Into la it very lengthy one -.and
all probable emergencies are cor
e.ed. It It fair and liberal and we
are glad to record one more itep to-
wardl pros rest and advancement
Local capitalist are backing Mr.
Turner who mean buatnesa and the
work will be begun a soon aa po
The only way to cure fever arid
ague ia either to neutralize the poll
on which cause the disease or to
expel them from the system. Ayer'i
Ague Cure operate In both waya. .: U
It a warranted tpeciflc for all formi
of malarial disorder, and never falls
to core. Try It "'
I City Court items. '
B. B. Bollnger, drunk, fined f5 and
cot. "' . ,' '
JoeD.' Bhaw, drunk, fined $5 and
, 8. J. Stewart, dtaorderly conduct,
fined 15 and eots..i ; :"!:.! i irj
.Frank 8itemore, disorderly eon-
daot, fined. ' ''
Bad Bacon, cot., breach of peace,
Elbert Cobb, drunk,' fined $5 and
cost. ''" t K'"" f , r
' Bob ' Brr naugb and ' Geo Fruit,
both colored tramp, released and
given two boura to leave the city. ', .
Bill Allen, col., drank and disor
derly, fined, '
CIRCUIT COURT NEWS.
Fir st Week's Business and Juries.
Twenty-four cssoi of gaming were
Bottled, the parties confe'elng Judg
ment. Flue of (10 aud 9 45 oost In
Tbe following cases were dismissed :
Com. v. Mose Oldham, o. o. d. w. ;
ame vs. Ja. Larkiu, o. o. d. w. ; same
vs. Euuls Lewi, giving liquor to
minor; tame vs. Charlie Morris, Wm.
Jesup, Geo. Savage and T. W.
Wootton, one.oaae each, violating
Commonwealth cases continued:
Press Tancey, giving liquor to minor ;
Alex Woodson, aame olfenae; Young
Douglas., Jaa Crawley aud Jake
Bebee, a e. d. w. ; also forty other
cue for various offenses, most of
them old onei.
W. B. lilvei was excused from
grand Jury service and Geo. H. Msjor
substituted in bl place.
Petit Jury for first two week:
Milt Meacham, W. L. Glbaon, Adam
ltobluion, John H. Sergeant, W. II.
Elgin, Frank Pennington, T. J. Da
vie, E W. Payne, J. II. Kisluer,
Robt. Overton, A. E. Word, A. M
Campbell, Monroe Boyd, Morris
Canon, 8. L. Lore-, W. A. J. M.rtln.
Ben Foaler, Foster McCown, T. J
Bowers, S. It. Myers, C. G. Layne,
Robt. D. Reeder, M. W. Davis, David
Andrew Foard, col., waa yesterday
tried lor grand larceny and given
one J ear la tbe penitentiary.
Under decrees of Court tbe Master
Commissioner aold real estate belong
ing to the following parllea Monday :
Mr. M. D. Bvnert 500 acres
Mrs. Theresa Harrison..! 8,000 00
M n. M. 1. bypert. 2&0 acres
toB. W. Ciabtree.......
M. Llpstlne's lot on Liberty
street to Mrs. Bamberger
Isaac Phelps, 43 acres to L.
..' 200 00
Josephiue Dulin, 88 acre to
it. W. Crabtree
Lucy H. and Geo. H. Dav-
port, 142 acres to J. 8.
Mary B. Leavell' Adm'r.
lot on Jeeup Avenue to O.
Robt, Mill' estate, lOaoree
to U.S. Wood
B F. li iter's estate 144 aoree
to Wheeler, Mills A Co. .
W. 8. Cheatham, 114 aoree
to Dr. P. C. Wooton
' 400 00
J. 11. Lander, f 23 acre to
K. P. Carneale (-told by
. - ' . A PLEAfANT LEMON ORINK.
For blllmutMM aad oonMipailoa, tak. Lam
ror indlgtstkm aid fool stmana, tu Lsas-
ror ilck aad JMrnms kdaa t"-
For alMDlsaaoaas and asnronsnass. tax Lera-
For Ioh of aoDSUU aaa aeeuuv. tax Lam-
ror reran, earns ana m liana, hum Mat-
LAman Elixir win not tail to in aar or tne
abnra d Ihihl aU of whlca anas from a torpid
or dUoawd llrcr, atomaoa, kidneys, bowels or
S'revaral onir or ur. n. ani.iT,
v ' Atlanta, Oa.
tea. aad I1.W par IM.U1. Sold bj druuuu.
A PrwnlMat etiirfrtar WrMaa. . ..
After ten rears of grrftl suffering from ladi-
ition, wiui rea( dottou. prwiniiKiii u.i
enex. diMnlered kldnsrs and oonMlpalion,
f have been aured bf lr. Meatoy'a Lesioa
Kllxlr. and am now a well man.
Slav. U.C lliril. Kid. at . Cknrek tontb
Ho. as TainaU 81 AUaa u. a
t i ; ' MATRIMONIAL. - t ?
Mr. Cha. E. Oliver, of the grocery
firm of Uord ft Oliver, waa married
Wednesday to Mlsa Miunle L. Hord,
daughter of the late Wm. Hord.
Mr. David E. Bowlea and Miss
Lenora Long, daughter of Mr. A. B,
Long, were married at Crofton Wed
nesday. ' i
Mr. Wealey LitlieOeld and Mies
Mattie Courtney, both of this olty,
eloped to. Clarkiville, , Wednesday,
and were married at tbe Nortblngton
Hotel, Rev. J. W. Sullivan officiating.
' , V COLOBXU. . '.
Henry Klllebrew and Mollle Allen,
took out licenae Wedneeday.
Why Sells Brother And Barrett
' .' i Succaed. , ., .... .
There la a much difference be
tween ahowa aa there le between
individual. Take, forhutenee, Selle
Brother and Barrett's unlted.abowa.
They are as superior to other con
teniporaucou exhibitions as Booth
and Barrett are to a tramping aet of
barn-ttormeri j It towera ab ove the
aveiatre show as tbe Sierra Nevada
rauce does above a miner eabln;
aa tbe big tree of California above
ahaiel brush. This monster coal
ition travels in princely style, em
ploying over) a thousand ( people.
Notwithstanding the enormous ex
pense attending such a monster, en
terpriee, tbe admission It no more
than many of the email Indifferent
show charge. Barrett'a ahow alone
hss always been the peer of any of
its rival except Sell Broilers' great
how, and both now are united and
will exhibit a one at Hopkinsville on
Wednesday Sept 18th..
! POU DTBPBPeJIA
. tree Bmra'e In. Blttnn, .
. phnlRlin. ranommnnd 1L
' All dealen keep II 11.00 per boul. Oennln
.has trade-mark aoa oroxwa lea unee wnnw.
Bids For Meats.
i I will receive sealed, bldt up to
Bept. 7th for 1 yeara aupply of Beef
ana Mutton lor me rreswrn jvy.
Lunatic Asylum, beginning
m 9 lBflfi
Said Boef and Mutton to be of beat
quality and furnished regularly at
Asvlumatsuch tlmee and In inch
nuantitle a the Steward may re
Suire. To be weighed at Asylum on
eliverv and settled for monthly by
aid weight. The Asylum to receive
It in equal numbers or fore ana hlna
quarter. I reserve the right to re
ject any or all Bid.
I , . STEWARD.
SPECIAL , LOCALS
At Lowest Cash Prices.
A Large and Varied Assortment of
Public School Books
AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES now on
baud and more coming.
ROGERS & ELGIN.
rTtun Baby was sick, w fa br Caatoria
Wben she became Klnx, aha ohin( to Castorla.
Wheat sli aad Children, she fare them Caatoria.
BUILD YOUR HOME.
Building and Loan
Association has about
$8,000 to loan to
Secure a IcTt and
build a home for your
family before the win
ter. Terms easy, pay
J. D. Russell. Pres.
Thos.W Long, Sec.
.... i . .. ...
Get The Best!
I say to my brother farmer, Wltb
all candor, that I can tornisn mem
Vllh some of the best maebmea made.
The FREEMAN BUN'B AT
CUTTERS end FARMERS'
FRIEND WHEAT DRILLS are e.
nenlallv worlhv of bel n if examined.
THE McAVOY TWO-WHEEL
ROAD CARTS are oompaotly built,
and are equal If not superior to any
made. I have need the above named
machine, my neighbor have used
them, aad it I with no hesitation
whatever that I Invite all need In it
Cutters or Drills to call at J. F. Pyle's
Grocery Store and look at those I am
now handling, for they are lust what
a auccessful farmer want.
W. B. MA80N.
All persons knowing themselves
Indebted to W. B. ft O. T. Mason,
either by note or account, will please
call at onoe and aettie.
W. B. ft C. T. MASON.
X-IIerlx - ScixooL,
The next Scholastic year of this
school for boy and. young men will
MOM I) A I , A U U U D I in, xoo.
Instruction Is given In a full course
at F.no-llsh. Latin. Greek. German,
Higber Mathematics ana ioo-eep-tng.
TborouKh teaching and etrlot
aiuilnlina characterize the school.
Boarding pupila board In the family
of tbe Principal. . r or inriner miur
nation addreee J. O. Fxbbill,
- .... Hopkinsville, ftv.
The nicest1 and
cheapest line of Sta-
- Wvly & Burnett's.
12 Good Brood Mares
for sale by Dr. Patton.
Good colors, good size
and; well broken.
Farm and driving ani-
mals. " " .
Now, Old Man,
A you said you paid out $6 to 10
every year lo repair your wife' low
ing mchine outll I repaired It for
vou three years ago, and have not
lata out a nicKoi on it- .iuuu, -lo
me a favor aud tell your uncle,
your auni, your oousm mm n.oij
body else what a "bully" tewing
macblne man i am ana ouugo, ,
C. E. WEST ft CO., '
The Sowing Meobiue Men.
The Winter No wis Here.
And C. B. Clark atlll- leads them
Sutrar oured Hatn 12)e.
Codntry meat Wo. .
. f reau ino.1 w
t IW Mnxnt Parlor Matches 15o
10X Ib.Gran. Sugar 1 00
IS b. Liglit Brown $1 00
6 lb. Best Green Coffee 1.00
10 bare Nabob Soap 25o.
7 bar Wash Tub Soap 25c
0 boxea Wood Tooth-pick 1ix.
v ; Church' Keg soda Bo.
On,, annle VlnAffAr HO Aral.
We,are positively making the Gro
cery business boom. Come early and
brlug the cash. We will pleaee you
... G- K. CLARK.
Paint Your Houses.
Buy th Celebrated
Sherwin & Williams
Paint: " We haye a
comrjlete stock, ' We
are the onlir. author
ized agents for , the
above paints, in this
FORBES & BRO.
riTe.-ill imoprfeTlr. 1I.V
OreMHem KMtonr. o rite after Bret
day's um. afarrelloua eurea. TreatU and
IttetrlalboUlefrMtoIteaMS. tend to Ur.
klino. Ml Area U mile. Pa. i . .
.i ii vi.
The cheapest line of!
in the city at
Wyly & Burnett's.
Livery and Feed Stable.
Bfwl vehteles and oarefal drtvers.
also- . ataa am iwan WMrh met
Pn.nrl.l4. Uiik SlaAfllaiMa, .""'"
all Irl D,.
rtaj N l(flit
PaHensen with ontlnarr Bftfrffera rarrled
to or from depot loan? part of
o eliT run
KiieRl.l rnies to (KMnmereial Hen.
THERE ARE SPOTS
ON THE SUN!
W can't help .fcat, W artiol runninn the
We Ars Running
DRY GOODS BUSINESS
And a. lon( aa ws do ao we propose to
H I SPOTS Off
Here'iourlratUekatlt. W ar loloj to put
SIX MILES OF CALICOS
At Six Cents a Taxd
One. quarter of a mile of these goods will nuke
40 - WOMEN - 40
Aad eftcb Mp&rit, iBgl. putioular UdiTid
Bkl wotntvn oa hmim
Anj man wbo tries to beat that out will
Out Bis Fingera.
Wm r train st to follow this no each wrek With
a different lieul, aad each and every time we
xHm to ibosv
mi m minim-: .
ra ii MTU
DOJJT LET A BAHRAIN GET
G ALT HOUSE,
' tOnlBVIli, KCHTUGKT, .
h tepiid finest Bstel bib Citj.
Bate8-$2 SO to $1 Per Day ao
' oordlng to Booms.
TSUISH AMD RUSSIA BATBS III TBI BOHS.
PIES! National Barber M
IRVIN YOUNG, Prop.,
n. MIHTH T. KKAB MA.IM.
All rln.lt. that 1ratTmnhinn aVBd flatllfaO'
Hon auaxanteed. Mothlag but eleaa teweli
$100,000; TO LOAN.
I am prepared lo make loaaa la anmt f
I.sco or mora at I ner aent,, name to be secured
by tral mortgage! oa real estate worth donbls
tbe amount of the loans.
HKtCRT J. BT1TBM.
9-tT-tt Attorney, HopblnavlUe, Ky.
Telephone No if . '
DR R. E. CHRISTIAN,
' AUD '
' ; OAS' at my Droj Store,
How Lost! How Regained,
TUB flniENCE OP LIFK
A Sdtotlfle uid Staodanl Popular Medical Treatlat
OBUw Krrort of Youth, Prenuture Decline, Nerroaa
and Ptirtical DbUity, ImparltlfOi w piooa.
ua,.itln0 fron Foil. Vlfiek. Iraonnr. ICxri
Ortrttutloa, SntmUmg trtd anHttlog too ietia
tor Work, Btiln, tttflH-rrlodorSocUl JtelaUloo.
tjmrk. It contAlnt 5vo royal too. BeauUfol
Undine, mboued, folf gilL Prlct onf 91.00 b
cutiL poitMld, conceMtietl tn plain wrapper. Was
tntlvsi PrmnaCtOfl Vr. If TOO dd1t BOW. Tti
diatlniniiahed n thor, Wm. II. Parker, M. D., re
ceived the UOLD AND JGWKI.IaKD mkual
ftiale NMlovmi jnMicau AMorituta ivr
Ihle PKI7.K KSHAV NKUV0U9 an4
wivMifi i. nvuii.iTv.nr.PmvkertuidaeorDa
of AMleUnt Phyiitiaoa mar coiuulud, coolV
drntiallr. br mall or tn pnoo. at tti office of
THK PEABODY JMKDlOAIe 1NHTJTUTIL
No. 4 BolHark 8t Ho.ton. Man., to whom all
order for books oc UUen ioc advkw thoul4 o
OirectM aa above.
Clfwanta uul bcautiiiM tb bU.
Never Fillet Ntatere Gray
M air to ite Teeimui v'v: 1
lMrratr Dm 4 ruff and heJr fUta
Th emly ure Nir tor Oormm. ttopai ll pal& lMril
taMifort im O-feeH. lta. sU UrugyiaM. MwooitOe.,M.t
tn41f eaiaat Vn
Taken up aa aa eitrar y "w' ""
living two mile, weat of Hopalmrlll', ' tbe
.ll. road, one blacih low, aned about on.
rear, marked with one round hole In the rlht
ear, but havtna no om.rm.rk. or hranaa, and
whloM haveapiiralaed at Ihe ralno of Ihree
dnllara, Wllnnamr hand, tliie 17lh day of
lu.iul.lDKS. T.O Ttuv,J.r. V.O,
BLYTHE & CO.,
anal PremiLChech Proteetora
Berlin Pea, PeneUand Stamp Combination
Self-Inklnt PADS, Brlht colon 01 in a.
,AU Kinds of Stamp (uppll.
fi;; AND -
Buggies Phsetons &, Surreys.
We wish to call attention to an immense stock of Butrslea. Phsctona
and Surrey. ' We have all tbe latest
offered before. We intend to aell them
afford to ride in a buggy. '
We have the latest style In Road Cart. For comfort aud easy riding
they have no eqnal. Be certain and
We call mfcta. attention in tn
Surrey on tbe market.
Our stock of fine Bucvv Hemes
and we intend to aell. If you want to
Binders,1 Mowers & Threshers.
. Wa hare a fnll line of the TlMHnv ninden end Mnwera. The Onerlnc la theetronaeat
bulK Binder. It baa the almplaat and only suooeeatul anotter, and It la tbe llbleat draft Bind
er In the world.
Our Hsw Peering atower has blfbar drawini wbesla and 14 aeotlons, oonsequently w
eaa guaruta them to run Uaber tban any otber
!) Xlixeslxezs ap.d. DSrx.gln.es.
Wshudlatho Mlobratad A OViliri THSKAHRRJI Aim ICNQINKPI. Thar hftTOB
equal, B twitala and oaU oa u tMlora yon on?.
HBRNDON ffl MAJOR,
(Buocefltort to IIsbndok, Ualluus & Co.)
CLARKSVILLE. - - TEFJfJ.
' .. . ; ' .
Baapntrurty sollelta tbe patroaaf of farmers and dealers lu tobaooo tbroufbont Christian
aad adjoining eoonties. Careful aad prompt attention to all bualneu entrusted to us and all
ardars executed oa shortest notion. We have
insurtnf plenty of room, and Uua eaables ui to
' Tisia-a- aoTT2ir3brsr,jBsrsrm.
SITUATED ON THE CLARKSVILtE & PRINCETON DIVISION
i . ,' - : OF THK L. N. It. It.
The Oldest Health Resort in Western Kentucky.
' i ,18 NOW OPEN FOB THE SEASON OP 1881). .
UOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS by the Proprielore, S. W. OUNN & CO., 1
" ' " ' tyiTOTj'atJPJtajosaa, k. ,, .
Water never bolter. String Band In attendance during the season. Pla
ces of amusement on the grounds. . Iiatea Reasonable. For full particular,
S. "W. G-TJ3tT3ST cSs Co., E'xopx'e,
, ', ; CERULEAN SPRINGS, KY.
T. B. BANOOCK.
O. B. HALI.OMo.
HANCOCK, HALLUMS & CO,
T. It. HANCOCK. 8aleemn.
Jab. E. Coofib,
COOPER & CAHSLER,
Lively, .Feed and Sale Statle,
luTiTtriTfn pmnnnm nniu'n l
'xiwn &mn mm.
POPULAR PRICE $2.00 to $2.50 Per Day.
EL' 3E3- HPSOCXOZS, H? -c"prltor.
Paw at tt mae IMS and Men OaasmsUnlly KsiaSil Helele In the Olty.
Jane 11 y. .-.
sty le aud at nrices lower than ever
at such prlcoa that everybody can
call and aee our carts before yon buy.
our nnw Rnrrnva. Tf (a (hn handanmeit
I comnlnta. We can nlease anybody
aave 20 per cent, call and nee u.
mower on Ilia market.
FORBES & BRO.
TOM P. MAJOU.
tbe beat and moat oommodloui houae In the Weat,
diipatob btuiueu promptly.
Horadon & Major.
' J. T. EDWABOfJ.
W, I. PRASEB.
Tobacco. Liberal Advanoos on oonaifument.
W. J. ELY, Book-Keeper.
AJTD XVEKTH ITS.,