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ri'BLISHED TtBS9.IT AND I'RIDAI MORNIXCS, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. 8DB8ORIPTI0N $2 A TEAK IN ADVANCE Loral reading nntlrca SO cont. per lino. So-rlalhu-itlHftrttiitHiioi' lino ent'li liiM'rllon. Hate. for tnnilln( wlnntlaoinenu nil nUlied on ap plication Offlot 18 ud 20 Blnth Stmt, otn Pott Ofio. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1890, Democratic County Ticket. For Judge, THOS. J. MORROW. For Attorney, LARKIN T. BRASHER. For Clerk, WILLIAM COWAN. For Shoriff, W. MOSES WEST. For Assessor, DENNIS R. PERRY. For Supt. of Schools, PROF. S. L. FROGftE. For Jailer, GEO. W. LONG. For Surveyor, H. P. RIVES. For Coroner, DR. JNO. L. DULIN. During the mouth of March noarly 17,000 pension certificates wero issued. Corljett is willing to wager $5,000 that Sullivau eau't "put him to sleep" in four rounds. Ei-Speaker S. J. Rundlo is not ex pected to lire. His death is uiomen tariully looked for. Jacob Millor was chosen Mayor for the town of South Louisville at the election which took place Monday. Ebenozor Nichalos, the popular Minstrel, who became famous as "Little Mac," died in New York City, Monday. Fifty thousand carpenters are on a strike in Chicago and it is expected that as many more bricklayers will join them. Four Penusylvauians, two whites and two colored, worn hanged in that State Wednesday ,for muiders recently ' committed. A wholeBoe discharge of passenger conductors on the Pittsbsurg, Fort . Wayne & Chicago railroad has boon inaugurated. The annual General Conference of the Re-organized Church of the Lat ter Day Saiuts, is in session this week at Loaini, Iowa. J Frederick Kimball, toller of the Peoples' Saving Bank, at Worcester, Mass., has skipped with $15,000 of the bank's fund. Dallas, Texas, is threatened with a water famine in consequonce of the inundation of tho machinery at the city water works. Tho silver' receipts of the UuiUd suites bub-Ireosury luesday were $9,000. About $10,000 in the same coin was disbursed. The members of tho International Amcricuu conference will loavo Wash ington on thuir proposed southern tour ou tho lKt'i iust. William Galloway, who ran the iirst locomotive on the B. & O. road is dead. B.e was probably tho oldest road engineer iu tho world. A trestle on the CO. & S. W. rail road, near West Point, guve way Tuos- day afternoon, killing two workmen and injuring several others. About three thousand immigrants wero landed at Castlo Garden, New York, last Monduy. This represented tho list of six ocean steamers. Edgertou, Kims., is now ruled en tirely by females. The Mayor, Police Judge and City Council are all females. Reports from other parts of the state say that the women cast nltout two-fifths of tho total vote. Two young men of Mooresvillo, Iud., attended a church festival a few days ago and engaged in an ice cream eutiug contest, Soon uftcrwards they wero both taken dungerously ill uud physicians think they can not recover. The Christian county registration bill eumo up in tho House Tuesduy. After three hours wrangling it passed. It was to como up in tho Senute Wed nesday, and at the hour of going to pross tho rumor was current on the Streets tin t the bill had passed. A cycluno swept through the village of Prophetstowu, Ills., Monday, doing grout diiinuge to tho buildings and injuring many people. Tho lirst roport sent out was to tho etfwt that fifty people perished, but later intelligence showed up no foundut ion for such a roport. The .Siurlocks, Days and others of tho Howard-Turner foud held a con ference at Hurlun Court House Tues day, and agreed to lay aside thoir quarrel. They also agreed in case of any further assassinations both Bides should turn out und bring the mur derer to punishment. GYGLONICAL. 'Tlie Lato Unpleasantness" Con (iidered in Many Aspects. - Enough of Causa and Effect, and a Preventive Desired. HAPPY HOPKIN1VILLC. Storms, cyclones and tornadoes come so often that many peoplo in the country and city are digging storm cellars. Tho blow last Monday night caused quite a hustle, especially among those who have had oxperieuce iu the cyclone business. Mr. Morris Cohen has passed' through ouo cyclone, nud Monduy night determined he would not be caught napping, nud in order to be ready, arose from his bed in the mid dle of the night, and donned his cloth ing, expecting to have to spend the re mainder of the night in the cellar. When he awoke next morning he found himself iu bed dressed and ready for breakfast. Ho had for gotten all about the cyclone. Our readers will remember that about three years ago terrific storms were very frequent, and for awhile every cloud that came up produced more or loss apprehension, and for awhile nervous people wore continual ly on the look-out for the approach of a desolating cyclone, but tho elements filially got ou to their good behavior, and let us hope that such will bo tho case again. Almost evory casualty and calamity have a humorous phase about them, and a cyclone io much more to be ad mired at a distance especially if that distance is behind us. Then the sigiual service man is exceedingly wiso, the prognosticutor puts on his specs and gets down to business, the scientific man puts forth his theory as to cause, and the newspa)ers bris tle with effects. If a good gunner should find a cannon that could catch a 400-mile-an-hour cyclone and send it through it, thus creating a vacuin through the funnel-shaped thing and destroying its power, peoplo could sleep better of nights. Oil thrown upon the storm tossed wares may cause a ship to glic'e smoothly on its way; some people be lieve that rain can be brought down by the firing of cannon, but we want to hear of the man who can prevent cyclones and storms. We have had enough of the origin, tho cause and effect, bring on your preventives. Speaking of things amusing we are reminded of a story told by a man living down near the Trigg line, who tells it as a fact that the feathers were blown off all his chickens as clean as if thoy had been scalded and picked. Since the memorable 27th of March all he has had to do when he wants chicken on his tablo is to go out and knock one over and take out the en trails and it is ready for cooking. No doubt his wife is happy no more chickens to pick. .. The log house of Mr. Marcum, who lives near the chalebyate spring north of town, shook bo terribly that him self and wife, wrapping their infant in a piece of oil-cloth, went out in fence cornor and stayed until the storm had subsided. Though drenched with rain, thoy preforrod it to being buried under a moss of timlers. We are glad to say that their homo not injured in the least. A horse and cow on the premises of Mr. Robert Lucas, near Caledonia, were lifted into the air and carried from one field into another. When they struck tho ground they wore burst open, so far had they fallon. A pond ou the saino premises was drained perfectly free of water. Of course the incredulous will not believe this, but they are remiudod that a steam forry boat that was cross ing the river from Jeffersonville to Louisville was lifted cloau out of tho water and reversed iu its course. Also that a largo body of water was lifted from tho river and carried into Jeff ersonville, where it fell and flooded ouo of the streets. During the first part of this weok tho Western part of the country has boon Bwept by storms, causing great destruction of property and lifo. The effects wore most seriously folt iu tho States of Ohio, Michigan, Illinois uud Indiana. A lurge umbrella factory in Clove land, Ohio, was crushed like an egg shell. Thore were about thirty young women employed iu the fuctory, quite a number of whom wero soriously in jured und several lost thoir lives. Between fifteen and twenty build ings, in Collins, same State, wero com pletely wrecked. . In Charlotte, Mich., there was groat destruction of property and several persons sustaiued serious injury. . In Propholstown, 111., tho tornado was accompauiei by a rainfall of two inches and a sovoro full of hail. The damage to property approximates $20,000, but there was no loss of life, though several people were more or less injured. ' Iu Roberts, 111 , there was a shower of slugs of ice, which lasted for ten minutes. All the window glass on tho wostern sido of tho houses wore bro ken out. It is reported that sonic? of slugs measured seven to eight and n a half inches in circumference. Many people were injured, but no lives lost. Mr. Charles MeCurroll, who lives a few miles west of tho city, suffered considerably by the cyclono. I lis stublo uud orchard wore ruined, and ho was a great loser iu many wuys. His chimneys wero so badly injured that for several days ho could have no fire in the house except in one room, and not much iu that ouo. Tho next morning he found his buggy in the top of ono of tho two only forest trees left standing in his yard. Allegan, Battle Crook, Kalamazoo, and other cities iu Michigan were isited. Thousunds upon thousands of dollars' worth of property wero des troyed uud many people woie more or loss injured. . The question has time and again been asked "why is it that Hopkins villo always escapes?" There seems to be but ono answer: If any ono will go out Seventh street as far as the residence of Mr. Geo. O. Thompson, he, will soo that tho city is nestled down amongst tho hills which almost surround it on evory side. Tho city is protected from the full force of the wind which, it is bolievod, strikes the hills and causes the wind to re bound, as it wero, and then pass over tho city. The fuiuiel-shuped cloud of the 27th of March was seen by several peoplo to approach tho city and when it got neur to divide, and wo wow saved from the fury of tho mad winds. This theory may bo correct and may uot, but all our people luive good cause to rejoico that Hopkins ville seems to be out of the natural path of storms. Pious people those who believe that God rides on the storm, that tho providence of God extends to largo things and small r.'joice in their faith and say that we are only protected by divino prov idence. Clarksville, Tenn., Dec. 1889. To ull who suffer with Indigestion or Dyspepsia: We cheerfully rocommoud Vituliu, manufactured by E. M. Thomas Man ufacturing Company, New York. We havo used it porsouully or in our fam ily with groat satisfaction, and b.-lieve a trial of it will prove to you its ex cellence. .'. llniiii(!r,Si'U.I., Mr. K. W. Tlionin. Mi-k. Mattle strain, C. W. Stilton, NliLTlff, .In.-. II. lt,,lt,T, lwln II. Willis .1. .1. llnmk'tt, . W. II. ItnuiSI, T. II. Ilvniim, I. W. Itom-m-, .W'Mir, 1 M. K.iIL, lli'lirr Itli-L, ft. Ualmvy lliitTl, It. V. lVwt.m, II. K.UtiM, Mrs. K.-Ji. IWjd, Air. T. II. Ilyiimii, U. I l'llt, 0 L. Cooko, llallcy M. Itarkulule, Marlon Ynrliniuiili, ,1. H.Svtiiu, Clutvluit W. llihlititnit, IlL-orpv T. tlmiiUi-, Julia Kirk, Arthur llurrl. li. Wollt'iilituipt, Kly's U. ll.swllt, M. II., .1 It. s.-i.-hig. For sulo only by Rogers & Elgin Hopkiusville, and McReynolds & Co., Clarksville. Harper's Ferry, Henry county, was almost completely destroyed by the tornado which caused such destruc tion on the 27th ult. Tho village, composed of less than two dozen houses, is a considerable distance from any railroad. Tho houses were not fur apart and every ono of them directly in tho path of tho tornado. Men, womon, and children wore bur ied boneath tho ruins. Not a house remained standing, and. the whole surrounding country was covered with wrockago. Mrs. Laura Thomas, the wife of a fanner, was found dead by the side of a large tree ulxjut a hundred varus from her home. An infant child of a farmer named Fletcher was found beneath tho ruins of its futher's residence, smothered to death. Seven or eight others wore in jured badly, but nono futtdly. Deafness Can't be Cured by local applications, ai they can not reach the disoased portion of tho ear. There is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an intluined condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian Tube. When this tulie gets inllumod you huvo a rumbling sound or imporfoct hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deaf ness is tho result, and unless the in tlainmution can be taken out and this tulie restored to its normal condition, hearing will Iw destroyed forever; nine cases out ot ten are causeu hy catarrh, which is nothing but an in flamed condition of tho mucous sur faces. We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for uny case of Deafness (caused by catarrn) that we can not euro by tak ing Hull's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cuenet & Co., Toledo, O. ttTSold by Druggists, 75c. It is saitl (hat in Hardin county the rccont tornado provided, to sonio ex tent, for its Bullorera. It not only kill ed chickens but Ht ripped them of thoir foulhers, so thut they wero ready for tho ovon. In this county there was a similar occurrence. On tho promises of Mr, IJobort Lucas, who died a few days ago of injures receiv ed in tho storm, chickens were lifted from the ground and carried a dist ance of a mile. When they fell to tho ground not a feathor was loft on them excepting a fo;v on tho top of their heatls. A troe in tho yard ap rwurod to bo in full bloom but uiwu closer examination it was found to bo full of feathers whipped from the bodies of tho chickens as they were earriod off. For years the editor of tho Burling ton Junction, (Mo.,) iW, lias been subject to cramp colic or fits of indi gestion, which prostrated him for sev eral hours and unfitted him for busi ness for two or three days. For the year ho has been rising (Jliamberlain's Colie, Cholera and Diiirrlid'a Kemcdy whenever occasion required, and it has invanaDly given nun prompt relief, in and uo cent bottles for snln Buckner Leavell. MATRIMONIAL. F. W. Camp and Miss Maggie Stanley of the I5ypsy lioiitl oiicamied in Sharp's field, near the city, wero united in niurriuge Monday night, Fsquiro J. A. Boyd officiating. The couple had mado several unsuecosful attempts to olojie. The innrriago was witnessed by a lurge uuuilior from tho city. After tho coromony was pro nounced tho merry inuking was iu order and several kegs of beer wore used to assist iu the jollification which lusted tbo turgor part of tho night. The medical fraternity, backed up by carefully compiled statistics, is almost a unit in declaring that a mod erate use of stimulants conduces to long life. It is ulso admitted that old "vhiskey is by fur tho best stimu lant thut can be used. Leading phy sicians recommend the I. W. Harper hiskey, because it is puro,possessed of a superior flavor and bouquet, and is uot offered for sale until it is old and thoroughly matured. Solo agents, Edmundsou & Long, Hopkiusville, Ky. - - - m . Genie Council was shot and killed in Henderson lute Sunday afternoon last, by Jim Wells, whilo walking the street together. It apticars that tho young men wero iu love with the same young lady and thut Connell gave the girl a ring which she loaned to Wells. Welts exhibited tho ring to Connoll in a rather tantalizing manner, und fuss ensued which terminated in the killing of Connell as stated. A Tornado special will bo run from Nashville to Louisville Sunday for the beulit of those w ho may desire to see tho wreck mude by the recent torna do. CHAMBERLAIN'S Eye and Skin Ointment- A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eves, Tetter, Salt Rhoiiui, Scald Head, Old Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Ec zema, Itch, I'ruirio Scratches, Sore .Nipples and riles. It is cooling and soothing. Hundreds of coses huvo been cured by it nfter ull other treat ment had lulled. 25 and 50 cent boxes for sale by Buckner Leavell. The general impression has been thut imprisonment for debt was ubol ished all over this country long ago, but sucti is uot In,' case. A bill is now pending iu tho New York legis lature to ubolish a system cf impris onment for debt which has grown into formidable dimensions, especially in New York City, since the old system was done away with. This bill pro vides that all Hrsons now in confine ment, except for contempt, shall at onco be released. ONE ENJOYS Both tho method and result! when Syrup ef Figs is tulton; it in pleasuut and refreshing to the tasto, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleauses the sys tem effectually, disjiels colda, head aches and fevers nud cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beuehcial in its effect:?, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable, substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it the most popular remedy known. by run or rigs is lor ealo in DUc and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SH FltANCISCO, CHI, louisviuc. nr. fiy rout. H.t. lne nfthe I1K.NT 'IV I ttitf I m ike world. Mil"!1?.' mm mi'inilrd. and lo iutrodir of (rn p" ! will tB,rS U iB I KH"R m ati loralltr. Jkliora. thjlf lh who writ to 111 al oaf rin makt Mr ihrhKir All jm hiti to do la rriuralilv tow oaf fli u lhoa wha Mil vour Rlhbrfa ml lh round jet. Tk b. rtnnlnr ' ikl tTTllti'ol howi lh null Md W lha talu- ptop. Tb followlDf rat ftr lu wnm II rwlcl t t...itfc aftliti rt.il of It bulk. It ! vn4,aMblitMIHa rati nuk- from S:i to I O day I. from Ihi aiil. Addtci, II. HAl.LKri 4 IU, Ul 8 kilaiu, Mai a. DR. W. P. LAWRENCE, Foi-nierly of Orlnniln, Kla If now urma- uciitl) I.K-anl ut Cl.AltKSVII.I.K, TENN. Arlington Block. UKFKHH HIS Professional Services to tho cltlxun of Montgomery and neighboring Count lua. SPECIALTIES. Disoosos of the TIIHOAT, NOSE, EYE and EAIt. Diseasos of Womon, Chronic Disonses and Surgery. FILES cured without FAIN or de tention from business. Stricture of Urethra cured by ELECTRICITY. tlFUl K IlllUICSrli n. m. to 11; 1. ). in. to 4 SltN'O.VYS: Cam. to 10, CfirtH.iMI,!llt:U Mill:iUn, v j i;i ANNOUNCEMENTS. pna olihk ok couar ok iik a li, w-are authoriiitt in nnno-jnee uroroi H f AlHtKN ha a i-ati-li'laic for Ulrk nf the Vourt. or Ai'inh, aii' juct in ttifl ORtton of the Deuio-tiratiL-umuinalinK primary or tonruutlon. Wfl an nih'rf(l tn niiaounoe Cam1 if a m km H Martin, of li.rrn county, aa a cattM1t for hnUleeof ork of the Court of a I'M' nlauf Rentiwav, a u-Joct to th aotloa) uf the lii:uiW4llr parly. Clarksville S. 3aer 8l DEALERS IN ies, Wines, Brandies, Gins, Etc, Etc, Wo carry a complete slock of Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes, Kit. Sulo ngculx for Sacli-Pi-.udcn9 Ales, A. T. 9, and AIT mid Alf, A. L. Duiilnps & IV To-bar-cos and Crescent Itrowiug Co's Celebrated lleom. (ilve lit a call. OUDKKS 11Y MAIL GIVKX I'ltOMIT ATT1CNTIOX. Sign-Big Black Bear. CLARKSVILLE BUY THE BEST, The Walter A. Wood Reaper Took the flint prluc at the International Kto.ltln, Ilarreloua, ). n; at tho Virginia Kx iMtattloii, Itlrtmmml; at the KpitnUh Kjkm1i.iii, Hhiikiinm; and alwi hore off thctiohl MtHial at tho gt ami 4jivernmiiit (Mil ti laU Iu 1'ranre and Tiiula, It Leads All Others and Stands Without Equal. Kvcry mar hi no la ,Kt fcrtlr ronMru-tial and of the hlghuM quality. Call tin ua bo fore you buy a ivMivr or mom vr and aaiUty youtwlf f th murlu of tliU nival imma.tcr. I also handle Russell & Co's. Steam Thresh ers, Traction Engines and Road Carts, Which at and at the head In all particular Home one will I found at our ntomt, il.ijr and night to furalth repairs and uppllea ot all klnda tor our macli luerjr Call on ua brfore you buy "W. 23. lvE-A.S03iT. J. V Pylo', lor. loth awl Mln SU. llill'KISH II.I.K, KV. AT THE I tletiire to say to the fanners of this and adjoining counties, thai the stallions named below will make the aeason of 1N.K), at the Driving Park, un der my supervision. An eiamiuntion of these stallions will convince roil that it is to vour interest to breed to the best stock. Ktwixvtfullv, I. II. McXANEY. Bonnie Hambletonian. luteal mo A deep cliwtntit, W hand, fl.iv iyk and Md. and In every pttrllriiJar ttiv ifi'iindvot u-k ImrMJ ever In the rutin try. IViiMiMKK lit alrCurdv'j ftanttdctonlan .(riti1,, Lv H:m.!d lot I m .telle, lit Dim ..f iiiu'mh' f:la VVedrcuood IHP Nwutldv SiJU1,, and iiiaiiv otheia In lite. I:JU lint. Itomitr'n dam Knllc I-ee (Untroinrhhrrd) hy U'artioMrr. hi In Imp. Iiink Ha'ottmtd, M Mam Ijidy laiicat r. id 1'nm katti by Iao1 I'ati I. Tkkmh V make the can f IW at twen- ,' doHnr the M'tifon If iu.iiv piiivv not In fal barren, money will lm refunded when the faei In determined, or to Insure a mare in foul. Note inMble lt of AupiKl will 1m ac cepted In lieu of t ali, for adaon'i aurvlee. Whaf is CarrlaJlJ.aalPW,jUlawa5 f lnfnU' aaad Chlldrn'a Ctnpljtlat.8upTlrto Ct oil, Para;orio ar Wajaotlo jyrjpa. Cfcl3dr try for Caatrlm. Mil lion, of Mothara ble,a Catorlj Caatorla enraa Cnlle, ronatlpatloa I Kuur Stomach, blarrUa, Kructatioa t llva haalUiy ilwp t alao aids tlliifhnii t Witbaut narootla muf.Ua. Tn J.C.KEXDRICK. J.H.PETTUS. ftia la Kendrick. Pettus & Co., TOBACCO SALESMEN. All Tobacco Insured unless wo have written instructions to tho contrary. E6TSOLICITINO YOUR PATRONAGE. W. li. WIIKEI.KIl. W. II FAXON, WHEELER, MILLS &. CO., . :TOBACCO: Warehousemen and ItUHSKM.VIM.IC AND KAIMUIAH PTUKKTA, - IHU'KINMV I f.I.B, KT. r-IJtwral Advance on t'nnalKnmonta. All Tobacco Sent ua Covered by lunurance. T. C. Hanbebi. PEOPLE'S HAMBERY & SHRYCR, PROP'S, HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. B R. St. But 101 h nd 11th. rCntTftil (mention git en to nainiillnKantl aellhia all tobacco cnimlirutfrl tn na Ltlteral ail riim oit inmiu on Mhtii-ru In Wi-e. UooU quartuia for team and icumitera, All tobacco luauieU unltiM ot hoi wine litxtriictud. Central .Tobacco Warehouse, HOPKINSVILLE. KENTUCKY, ljT-PorHOiiul attoution paid to ininpling and soiling tobacao. NATdAITIIKIt, MannKfr. PLANTERS WAREHOUSE. The Nat Gaither Co., Proprietors. TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 22Coplcinsvlllo Lilwral Allowance on gKour Mmilb. freaitoraira to uUtitari. Liquor Store! Co., Prop's. TENN PARK! GORDON, i0. 3127. lK(-RirTioX ThiMontc made, bt !d rouiiif utalltoii In knit nt kv llai, la band, foaled Way Ut, INhl, l.ifd by tapt. M, W Clay, rail. Ky. rKmoRRR filrrd hy Onward, word t:'.', Ire of ll.niri had r la ml On Man) t; and Su other In 1:30. Ut dam Camlet, (dam oi t vrloiie a :,. ln of lr. himrk f-ear old, J:'4,t by Hamlet UA, Mreof . In l:3U, M tUm, Kaiorlfp bv Abdullah It, air of (lohhuulth Maid and 1 others lit t:W. 3d damhtr Mam. hrtno l bli-f II, idr of Ijidy Thorn l:l' and I oilier In :.) 4th dam hv ( rowdvr ath daw by l. rey Kjgle. tub dam by Whip. Kervlri fre u by the teaaua, rvturu prlvllrK. With thf UnuaJ ! taeoaimaml Oaitarla for ealldiva'l cnoiptaluta. aa auparkir loanj pr.orl4aw kauirm lo nta." 11. A. Aaonaa, H. I)., Ill So. Ozlard 81, Braokljta. H.T. OamavB Compact, TT Kumf at. Maw Tort. GEO. S.IRWIN. T. WSHAW. iWifli JOHN T. BODDIE, Boddie, Ky., Agent. Uo,ik-Kicr. JOHN N. 1I1M.S. Commission Merchants, M. F. Suby. mmmm JAUK8 W EST, Sale.man. - - - lEZr. Tobacco In Store. Stops E What'we have Spring and Summer Clothing that is coming in daily. It is cheaper than ever, and a man who cannot afford to dress well when clothing is as cheap as it is, now being sold by us, U no man, and when we telL you that you can buy a fine suit ol clothes for $3.00 we mean it, and it is a bargain. When we tell you of the largest lot of Cloth ing and Shoes we bought at a forced bank rupt sale at 60 cents on the idollar, they are all genuine bargains, lor we are selling them cheaper than other merchants can buy them. We invite you to call and examine our im mense stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods, and believe you can save money by doing so. Below we give you an idea of our low prices: Child's suit -' . - If Boys'.and youths' suit to 8.tW ' " " all wool suita 4 00 Mens' suits from f-'I up. Boys' ami mens' i ply linen col lars, standing anil lay down, lato styles - - - '" Kour ply linen euff - He Soiled white lunmlried shirts worth $1.00 will be sold lor U)c CELLULOID COLLARS 5c CUFFS . 10o Mens' fine black half hose, fast colon (ruarruuted - 25o Mens' lino balbriggan seamless half hose valued at 20 cents, - lOr We are the only agents for the Plymouth Rock Pant Co, the cheapest tailoring house in the East, makes pants to order at $3; Suits at $14. fits guaranteed. Terms strictly cash PYE, DICKiH & VJALL 4 Year OU Whisky 32 a Oak. SEND ORDERS TO Kraver HOPKINSVILLE, 4 Year Old WHISKY $2.00 Far Gallon. N It. KhcUim Poital moo. ey Ordar or Caah wllb your or der. Tuoa. IIkbnuon. HERND0N -pnorBiETons- Grange Tobacco Warehouse, Clarksville, Tennessee. Special Attention to Sampling & Selling Tobacco. Liberal Advances Made on Consignments. ROBT. B. WITHERS, . D. MKRIWKTIIKR. JOE K. UANT. FOUR MONTHS Bannsr Tobacco Warehouse. Meriwether & Gant, OlaxilteaTrllle, Tenn. WE SOLICIT A SHARE Or YOUR IIU8INKSS. writing. L(ral Advancaaon Tubacaoln Stora. i ,nH rv i f ANoNisr nliir tho mm mni'n'W'''" ImI Nil! Ull1 TJ Don't delay but enter at onoe and get ready for grand opportunities. References, thousands of graduates making a success of life. S. K CUMICK, Principal, 221 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND. to say about our S doz. pair of men and boys buff, luce, button or gaiter shoes, good at $1.50 will be closed out at $1.00 A job lot of plain and Ikix too bnit'iin shoes, full sU.fk,stiiudurd screw or M(f(rod bottom, sohl ev erywhere at f l.2i and $1.50, will be closed out at - - 1 .00 A job lot of mens' linn suspen ders, you will recognize as laiiuu; sold all over town at 10 aud 50c, will ko for - 25o Metis' light colored at iff hits, (food stylo - - 75o BlaiksUff - 1.00 Bettor goods, non breakable, latiwt style and novrltie in stiff hata from $2.00 up & Harris, KENTUCKY Tbarollawlaf braadakaptl Davlaaa Cant? aa4 K. W. Wokaoi'a Paartaai; UIU Wlailaail'a auk VaWat; RAhartaon Uoaatj Cars WBIakyt Aadarana Coaalr kltr. WklM Car Wkiatji llak Ural Soar Maak UataaOaoatj Wkiakj aa4 Taaaaaaaa "kla ktaa. II0M OirrtRINT KINOt OF WINN. SPECIALTIES: "ICM AND MONIV." YI," AND OIN " -ROCK AND PRICES FROM $1 50 TO $4 PER GALLON, WITH JUGS FREE. Tom. P. Majoi. & MAJOR, TRAVELING SOLICITOR. FREK ST01L1GE. C NICK MKItlWKTIIF.lt. (J. K. MKUIH'KTIIKK. All Tokaooo lnrarad anlaaa llMtruetad la A Praotieul Business Collogo. , No Side Issues. Thirty years Business mun nt the head. Bus inoss from the word go. Young Men aud Women thoroughly fitted for business' life. One thousaud dollars gained at small outlay. c..i:..t i: .. . . obiumbkuou (f uurHinooo io me stuuonu who mean businoss. School oiion all year. Prof! Curuick's aulendid new inborosi, meinotis laugnt Iree to students . . ... . .