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ItM-ftl..! AT OUT $! FUR HAS THE WL19K8T CISCDLATIOH IN k CITY OF 8,000 Complete Job OHice IN CONMKCTIOH. IIOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR- BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS, i MAGNIFICENT DESIGNS, CHOICE 5 CENTS A YARD, 1 ! JUST THINK OF IT! DRESS PATTERNS FOR 50 CENTS, '." HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS, nr : o m3 c eg WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES." v XfnwwwTinwwfrmMTmmiiSMiEtiaatMwiMUM. :.l(i3MM Critvri I IT. (ami FIlr-r" .11. VmUw uljtliik fcr tnfmt.'and CkUdrui'. Omylalnta. u,prUr t Cm Ur, OU, rorj T(TOtl Syrmin. CaUdr ary fo Ctori. MU ltom. of "W.U.ra C-.'orU. j Ouaorl tan Cnlle. Conattpatlo" I Ik Mir MtoMiafN, InwrlMiM, r.ructuot Ul.aa ' ",- alarp t alao altl. dmoMioa I fcuuwatoiua." II. A. awkw, " 111 Ikk Oxford 8t. Bruc4Jjw KT. ' . -( TaOurinOoDin, t7 turn;".. HTriu innnnn liliU a. 0. KEXDUICK. J.n.rETTCS. GEO. S. IRWIN. ' i f rT. W5IIAW ( . Kendrick. Pettus & Co., TOB AO 0 O SALESMEN. .U .. - AU TuImooo Iunimd unleu we have written Irwtructioni to tlie coutrurj. , , i - tr-SOLIClTIXo'YOUK r.VTRONAGK. - , r JOMN T. BODDIE, Boddie, Ki, Agent. JOHN M.U1UJ. W U. WMKKI.KK W. H.rAXOS,ll..k.Kwi!r. 0y, WHEELER, MILLS & CO.,; Warehcusemen ' and Commission Merchants, BtmsKM.VirXIE AMD RAII.HOAD STRKKTS, - noPKlNSVUJ.IS, Y. Lllxral AilTue ConiumimU. All Tolwceo Sol ni Itmnt b- In.uranoe. -; IN MEMORIAM. Died in this ooiiuty Juno the 4th, William M. Sbukliu, from pintul woucd reoeivod on the lat. Having called from bis early childhood, i can join with all who knw him that he wai one 01 toe Tory orai younjf men lu the eouutrT. Hi lore and devo tion to hii youthful mother, who In aupoaroiioo would be mi.Ukon for an eluir itur, has often been spoken of and praised. Stayiufr at home closer tliuii any younir man in me neignnor bood, not that hn didn't like the soci ety of young peoplo, but "Ma will be alone ami lonosouio ana 1 win noi leave hor." From the beginning he knew his wound would be fatnl oud made a disposition of his property. He begged his father aud mother to cease crying, "Shod not another tour for - mo, you are doing me no good but yourselves an injury." During the short time he lived he was visiuxl by hundreds of peoplo, giving kind words to eveu at timos appearing cheerful, when telling his friends of his hope of immoilulily bevond this life. - Soverul times he called upon those who wore watrhing by his bedside to sing some bf the songs of Zion for him, joining his feeble voice in song until in weakness it would full to a whisper. He would then look happy, as though tho Teil had been romoved aud he had glimp ses of a brighter and happier laud. His sufferings were exeniciuting. He was so tired, so tired. "Let me go up where I can rest. May I not go, ma, aud wout rou go with met" A few moments fu'er and ho had gone with out Ma, but I do hopo with hnarouly iruardians to the nlaee where ho can rest. Then father, mother and little sisters, though Billy was cut down in the bloom of youth, try to be resigned, for Uod knows best. Let us all pre- Cnre to moot him in that brighter and otter estate, "What- mi tic l "vi-Jmkcn WIhiit 110 lii-nrt liiu "vol- I1K1I Whoii'iHtiiai-iliitt wurtl t.n.ou, AikI mi fnivwill U'rU nliwl. Wlii'iv III Kniiiit of liliii-y iK'amliir llrlKtil.tWi'itlal.t' tin miff Mm Anil tin' .tut- of luvc U (Cli'Minlnit rroui uur Kn hci-V Uii-ouii ou high." P. SllHYKl. T. C. Haubmt. ; . : ' M PEOPLES' UAiiiOSl, HANDERY & SHRYER. PROPIS, , HOi'KINSVILLE, Ky. K II. St. But 10th and 11th. .. ; S-M'sntul ailrntliHi given to miillnit "ml tolllnj ' nimlr on mlin-'i'o In "luro, Uuwl lusruira for tci nulaMuUwrwM lii.truowu, illlnr nil loliafiro finnnlgliuil tn n.. I.llKirnl aU ami mm innino... ... ."- Central vTokcco" Warehouse, HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, . . yrersonal attention paid to sampling and selling tobacco. NAT OA1THKB, Manatr. J AM KB WK.ST, flalminaa. PLANTERS WAREHOUSE. Tho Nat Gaither Co., Proprietors. , TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LilKirnl AUowam's on Tolnif o in Sloro. Kont Mouth. five.lor.K. lo plantarN. lntelligont,Peopl. When an intelligent' person makes up his mind to try Smith's Tonic Syrup, mailo by Dr. John Bull, of Louisville, Ky., he will not be por- suadod bv his druggist to tuko sonic otlior romodv. Ho will insist on his dructrist irettini; tho modieine he wants, even though he muy have to wait a week for it. When a fumily has once used Smith's Tonic Syrup and expuriiloed its quick eirct in cur iiig all symptoms of mularia, chills and fever, summer colds, otc., they never allow themselves to be without it. An iutelliirout fathor would as soon 1 without a floor in the house as to be without Smith's Tonio Syrup. The children like it, aud its ' effect is always satisfactory. r. w. DAnvKT, M. II, NKWOS. ,, TQBfiCCO, GRAIH & COMMiSSION FBCHftNTS, R; R and 1 1 th Sts'. Hopkinsville, Ky. Liberal advances made on Tobacco la store. All tobacoo insured at cost of owner unless written instruction, to the contrary. ' The Preas Meeting. The following extract is taken from Urey "Woodsoni excellent account of the Press Meeting: The Kentucky Press Association was first organized at Frunkfort in January, IStitf. Its second meeting was at Lexington in January, 1870, whou it was agreed that June would bo a more appropriate session for tho annual re-unions of the editors, aud another mooting was held at Louis ville in .Time. 1870. and thereafter as follows: Owensboro in 1H71, Bowling Green in 1872, Parrjs in 1873,Hondor son in 1H74, Shelbyville in 1876, Dan ville in 1870, Frankfort m lHi Hop kinsville in 1878, Bowling Green in 187W, Ashlund in 1881) Afler tho. Ashlnnd mooting thore wore no sos-1 r.f Ilia naa.M.inlinil ffir flvrt vimrs. 1 tho entertaiiimeiits ottered the editors by em-h city in turn having become famous that liiriro uiuiilHrs of iwli ciuiis and others had drifted into tho habit of nttouding uninvited the.w meetings and deudheudiug theuisul vos upon tho hospitality of tho ys ple, To pHt a stop to tliis injustice the oUiiHirs of the associntiou couclud od to suKH)iid the annual meeting. The association was reorgauixml at Louisville In 1885, and met at Hend erson in 1880, at Louisville in 1887, at Danville in 1888, at Owonsliofo in 1889 aud at Winchester in 1890. Of all these meetings none waa evermore satisfactory from a business stand point or more dolightiul In a social way than the one that Adjourned at Winchester Friday niirht, after a ses sion of three days. The social meetings I have said were all that oould have been expected The business affairs of tho association were most advantageously and pro fitably oouducted, but iu the latter interest outside the proiession oi journalism and it needs only to be said that the papora read were of a uiguor ami wider ruue ui inu'reHi, than has ever been known before. Tho subject that most occupied the attention of the association was the law of libel. ; Many of tho worm modicinos and vermifugea ould by druggist Irritatd tho stomach of a little child. Dr. Bull's Worm Destroyers nevor do. As harmless us candy, yet they never fail TryUiom. , Sim Censua Llguret. New York 1,000,000, Cbirago'1,083,. 000, St. Louis 433,000, San Francisco 300,000, Oakland, Cal4 40,000, Los Angelas 50,000, Socrnniento 27,000, Dallas, Texas,-40,128, Fort Worth 20,065, San Antonio 88,900, Houston 32,000, Waco 20,000, Cleveland, Ohio, 265,000, Fittsburg 210,000, Allegheny City 105,000, Nashville 72,600, Mom- phis 80,000, Milwaukee 200,000, Oma ha 131,742, Lincoln 65,000, Owensboro 9,500, Henderson- 9,800. The total population of the country is estimated from partial reports at rl,5O0,OQ0. " ' I To Nervous Debilitated Men. If you will send us your addross, we will mail you our illustrated pam phlet exDlaininir all about Dr. bye's Celebrated Electro-Voltuio Belt and Appliances, and their chnrniing effects upon the nervous debilitated system, and how thoy will quickly rostoro you to vigor, and manhood. . Pamphlet free. If you are thus alllioted, wo will send you a Bolt and Appliances on a trial. Voltaio Belt Co., Marshall, Mich. In tho excellence aud yarioty of its illustrations and ' rending matter tho July numbor of "Peterson" is a fair specimen of its general soopo and character. The beautiful steel en graving "Celebrating the Day,'' will eHDooiallv lelu.'ht the cnuurom ana the illustration, "un a summer way, is a charminur and seasonable picture. Ella Higgiuson's novelet, "A Love and a Passion ends in a hifrhly dra matic manner, and. 1 be story of Dagma" is perhaps the bost of Miss Alice Bowman's efforts. The array of short stories aud miscellaneous ar ticles cannot be oxcellod by any of the month's periodicals. The fashion and work talilo departments are filled with seasonable hints, that cannot fail to interest every lady. We strongly recommend thou? of our readers who are in search of a first-class magazine to try Peterson s for the next six months. Terms Two Dollars a year; One Dollar for six moiltbs. A sample copy will be sent for 5 costs. Address, Peterson a Magazine, Philadelphia. Th. Forum for July. Iu the Forum for July the serioe of autobiographical articles by a number of the greatest men of letters and of aeienoe is continued, and the contribu tion thia month it by Prof. John Tyn dull, who writei of the formative in fluences of his own life, Another ar ticle that is of a somewhat unusual sort is a study of Hamlet, by James E. Murdoch. Mr. Murdoch wriUs from the ooint of view both of an ac tor and of a literary student. The po litical articles in this number are "Ob stacles to Civil-Service Reform, by Mr. Walter M. Ferriss, who from a point of view of frioiidliuosa points out that the reformers have hardly broken ground yet, for the groat mas of people uru in favor of the spjil system; an article on "Jerrymander- uig, by Air. alter U. nam, wuo re views tiio most Uugruiit instances o the unfair makinu; of oonirrosxiona districts loth in Republican mid Deui ocratic States; "The Perplexities tha Canada Would Bring." by aCauadiat. writer, Mr. A. R. Curm.vi, wli'i iuci dnnbilly makes interesting nriticisms of the United Stutos government from bis poiut U view, anil ue slums that the introduction of a Canadian party into our polities would be likely to cauac us hurt that would ill repay the commercial advantages of the union ; "A dofonse of the Veto Power," by Mr. Edward C. Mason, 'who dofeuds the uso of "the kingly prerogative" by the Presidents of the United States. This is an answer to a recent criticism of tlie veto power, by Col. Frederick A. Conkliug. Drunkenness-Liquor Habit -In all th. World there la but One Cure, Dr. Haines' Gold.n Specific. . It can be taken in cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it, effecting a speedy and nennoncnt cure, whether the pa tient is a moderate drinker or on al coholic wreck. Thousands of drunk arils have been cured who have token thtf Golden Specific in their coffee without their knowledge, and to-dny believe they quit drinking of their own free will.. No harmful effect ro sulta from its administration. Cures ?;uarautned. Send for circular and ull Darticulars. Addross in confi dence, Golozk SpKoirto Co., 185 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Flykios That new ooniio paper has suspended. . . , , SI ykins Ah, another burst of mirth. Town Topics. " : Friend You eay hero, "ho lay bat hod in his blood." Wouldn't it bo bettor to say "weltering in his blood 1" Novelist Well, that's a little old; but perhaps it would be weltering it in. Puck. . . One vear aero we opened to the people of Hopkinsville and Christ ian Co. a $25,000 stock of Boots and Shoes at prices that were much lower than the same qualities were ever sold before. Our purchase of this stock at about 50c on the dollar has enabled us to do this. We find that we have now about 1,000 prs. of this stofik left in our store and we have determined to make a clean sweet) and in order to do this we have nlaced this entire lot on coun ters in the center of our shoe room, and have sent through them a par- ......... -a V 1 -1 "I ' alytic stroke ol horizontal -reauc-tion that has actually melted dol lars in value into halves and quar ters in bullion. This will perhaps be the last oDDortunity ever offered you to buy fine custom shoes at J, J and; even! their value. rti3 sale will continue until; the entire lot is sold cut;": 1 A: LIMITED LIST OF ' THE GOODS. ' 2J. prs. Geo. Hocher's Men's Calf Shoes, cut from $3.50 ?- prs Keiths Kangaroo Calf Southern Ties, cut from 3.00 is.Dongola- pump sol ex, laces and congress, cut from J.00 10 prs. n light $ Richard" s calf, laces and congress, cut from 4-00 3 prs. A Iter Fonrood's plain and hoxtoe calf, lace and con jf. 3.00 23 prs. Burt Tless button calf and cong, cut from ... , 5,00 t prs: Keith Waulkenphast calf and cong., cut from , 3.50 72 vrs. fine calf lace and cong, assorted $2.50 to $5, cut to A prs. fine calf lace and cong., assorted $2J00, cut to 34 prs. fine hid button assorted $2.50 to $4.00. cut to 22 prs. fine hid bulton furns, assorted 3.00 to .00, cut to 9 prs. fine high cut, assorted 2 50, cut to 24 prs. hid and goat, old ladies' lace, assorted $2.00, cut to 9 prs. calf, oldladies' lace, assorted $1.50, cut to 20 prs. goat buiton, "' 2 00, cut to 21 prs. Tan Oxfords, 1 to 5, assorted $2.50, cut to 5 prs. hid Oxfords, ally's, " 10, out to misses:; 25 prs. hid button spr. heel, worth $1.50. cut to 50 prs. hid button, turns, opera heels, assort ea jau, cut to 5 prs hid button turns, opera heels, ; , '2.00, " 10 prs. tan button sp. heels, 13, to 2, " " ' - 2.00, " 15 prs. hid Oxfords, sp. heels, 1-2, " '1.50, " . 51 prs hid Oxfords, sp. heels, 8-10$ " '" .135, u 10 prs. anltle ties, sp. heels i " . 1.00, u G prs. opera slippers, " 1.25, ' A -nm fihild's oxford, heel and SP.heel 1.00. 200 or 300 pairs hids. assorted sizes andprices cut to I, I and original value. '' to to to to to to to $2.00 2.00 l0 2.50 2.50 2.00 ; 2J50 1.50 1.00 .2.00 1.00 125 1.00 1.00 1.00 135 .50 1.00 '1.25 1.00 1.25 .50 .50 ' : .50 .50 .50 4 of their My wife hod chills and fever fqj nearly a yoar and tried everything. At last Smith's Tonio Syrup broke them. -1 now prescribe it In my prac tice. .A. W. - Travit, Al. V. Silver Lake, Kas. ' Artist-tourist in ecstacy Just look at that scenery. There 1b no place that can beat those rocks. How I'd like to paint them I Mr. Lather, the soapman (for he is the vis-n-Tis) now, thats xactiy I what I think, and right here I'm glad I I've met yet Lot's have it Ted, in six- A paper devoted to Indians Is pub- foot letters, right across that bluff: lished iu Woshiuglon. We presume "The greatest boon to humanity. they use coppor face typo. Yonkers Lather's Shaving Soap." Amorican .Statesman. , I Lithographer. . - Highest of all In Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, i88j H I I mS f. ti-. 1 i I l 111 ! . CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. . t--s ,rnMri a -v tttt v vth twp will offer some interest- DBgUlUUlg uumu ii fa a 10 u u - . v-, - " ing prices on certain lines in this department. It will pay you to 100 Men's Fur Hats odds and ends worth $1.50 to $3.00, cut to 50c. 50 per cent discount on Boys' Long Pant Suits, 9, 10 and 11 years. ; 25 " " " 1 on all Straw Mats, . 25 " V on Men's $40 Suits. JEMS PITS, Soiled but. notinjured, will be sold at 50c., 75c. and $1.00: Real value $1.50 to $2.00. These pants will not be put on sale tdl So that every person may have a, fair chance at them. You can affordto buy l-hf-m and lay aivay for next winter. DOV I an tO Vllt US UUrtri Vll sui-v. J.uu, wviu ouvo muncy uy kajiivwS. Nos. 1 and 3 Main St. Glass Corner. J: I; liKIK m .