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CHA9, M. MKACHAM. UB80RIPTIOH (2 A IBA II ADVAIOB. H.ll,. l. iivuto l'r Infill"". Bate, plication. Bio. II an 0 "- u"" Correipondence, tRlOAY, JULY 25, 1890. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Clork Court of Appeals, WOODFORD W. LONG MOOR, - of Harrison County. For Judge lstSuperiorCourt District, WILLIAM H. YOST, Jr. of Muhlenberg, County. County Ticket. For Judge, THOS. J. MORROW. For Attorney, LARKIN T. BBASIIER. For Clerk, WILLIAM COWAN. W For Sheriff, MOSES WEST. For Assessor, DENNIS R. PERRY. For Supt. of Schools, PROF. S. L. FROGOK For Jailer, GEO. W. LONG. For Survoyer, H. P. RIVES. For Coroner, DR. JNO. L. DULIN. Save Your Certificates. Part of section 14, Registration Law : "At the said election no vote shall be received unless the person offering . - n il.A recistrr DroTided in ii.;. .M nrt if his vote be challenged by an officer of the election, or by a by stander, unless he exhibit to the officers of the election the certificate of registration issued to him in ac cordance with the requirements of section twelve and thirteen of this mM Provided, however, that any nernon whose name is properly re corded on the registry provided by this act, and who has lost his oortin cate of registration, Bhall be allowed to vote after he shall have been sworn by one of the judges of the election and shall have stated under oath that he has lost saiu ceruiiwue of registration and that said certificate has not passed into the hands of an other person with his knowledge or consent." SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION, TIia suiiulemental rejriBtralion of voters will be made in the County Clerk's office on Monday July 28. This is in no sense a regular registra tion day for those who failed to regis ter in June, but is for only two classes of voters, those kept away by sicknesr or who were necessarily out of the county all four of the regular days. Every voter registered must make af fidavit and a heavy penalty attache to false swearing in the matter. Be low is tho law on subject: BOW ABSENTEES MAT KEUISTER. g 15. Any person entitled to regis ter, who was necessarilv absent from the cnuntv of Christian during the days allowed for registration under and by Die proviuous of this act, or hn was ill durinir the said time, or who su unable to attend the place of registration on account of the sickness of some named moinlier of his family, may have his name placed upon the registry for the precinct of which he lives by attending the county clerk t nHi.m. at the timehereinafter specified. and making affidavit before the clerk howiuu- the facts reciuired to be stated in the registry by section five of Hub net, and showing the absence or siek neb hereinbefore referred to. ji 16 On the last Monday in July in each year and on the Saturday pre ceding the Congressional election, Die county clerk of Christian county shall receive in a bound book, to be kept by him tor that purpose, the affidavits provided for in the preceding sections and shall place the names of persons makinir such affidavits upon the prop ter registration books, and shall write his name as clerk, and the dute of the registry after the name of the iwrbon -ii mirixtHrad iu the column headed "remarks." For this he shall receive n Fna nf tn cents for each name mria- tered bv him under this act, to lie paid ns other expenses of registration are paid. $ 17. Any person making any false statement in any affidavit taken uudor this act shall lie deemed guilty of false swearing, and punished by confine ment in the penitentiary not less than one nor mors than five years. And any county clerk or, deputy thereof, who fraudulently registers the name of any person, knowing that such per son is not entitled to be registered, or registers a name at a time other than that provided in this act, shall on in dictment lie deemed guilty of a felony and punished by coulinouient in the pcnilciiisry not less thuu one or more thsn five years. jf 18. Any person in the county court clerk's otlice mny chullcnite the right of any voter to register under tins act and thereti)on the county clerk shall examine such voters, and any witness who ma V be offered uu ler oath, and shall hear and deter mina the nuestion of his rk'lit to reg ister. Auu the duties herein imposed nnnii cnuntv clt.rk liuiv be per formed by his deputy and ho or. his leinitv niuy aduiiui ilur ouths under this act. MlltHM,M,itHto'H,(n.i-itn,i.Ml.l,iiiHiiiuiH KVERUV. DkVKRLf, Ktr July V-A most pleasant change In the weather ren ders fallowing more to be endured by a young professor who has abandouod the delightful task to train the tender ideas to shoot. Mr. Wallace West who went to Ce rulean Springs for his health , ia at homo again looking much bettor than wo have seen him for some time. Mis Sallie Pierce, Church Hill who was visiting Misa Minnie Stegar, returned home Sunday. Mr. TJ. L.Clardy, Bell Station, paid a flying visit to friends (t) in this vi cinity lately. Miss Lou Boyd is in your city for several days. ' Miss Ethel Duke is tho guest of Miss Minnie Stegar. The party at Mr. Will Boyd's, New stead, must have been a most enjoya ble affair, for a couple from this vicin ity returned from there when "Night had hid her sombre robes and roseate morn illumed the sky." "Eatable frogs" are plentiful in the neighboring ponds. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Major enter tained quite a number of young friends at their lovely home near Beverly, Wednesday evening, in so delightful a manner that we can but poorly express our admiration when we call it the most brilliant affair of the season. The illuminations and flowers were artistically arranged. At 11 o'clock we were invited to the dining room to partake of the daintiest viands that epicurean talent could devise. Miss Minnio Stegar, our lovely host- seemed never more fascinating and won the hearts of all by her gen tle words and pleasant smiles. Mr. Ernest Stegar, ever gallant and entertaining, assisted Miss Stegar and made a most excellent host. The happy yjung people dispersed at 12 o'clock, feeling that they were leaving the fairy land of a poet's dream. The ladies present were: Misses Mary Campbell, Rearing Spring; Fairmine Shanklin, Hopkins- ville; Ethel Duke and Sallie Tierce, Church Hill; Willie Barr, Bowling Green; Nannie Johnson, Annie Carter, Emma Gregory, Brownie Crews, Annie Johnston, Ida Dixon, Lena Milke, Pearl Cayce, Lucy Garrott, Mary Kenner, Maudu Davie. Among the young gentlemon were Messrs. U. L.Clardy, the handsome Lexington studont and the lion of the evening; George Wills, Claggett brothers, Will Gary, Herbert Shank lin, Tandy Mason, John Dixon, Hugh McGehee, Clifton Garrott, John and Charlie Taylor, B. Carter, Lewis Thomas, Charlie Johnston.Wili White, James Johnson, Roy Kenner and Lee Cayce. Au revoir, Mauiia s uirtL Abboad. At the time of General Fremont's 1 cUath b was engagetf upon the mn Mwript of a paper fof Tin Vtntury'l fortlieomlug wiles of the California Odd Hunter. It teas to be entitled "Fiud'uig Paths to California," and was not only to deal with the several exploring expeditions, but to narrate tho writer's intinmtil connection with tho events which led to tho conquest ami nccmiation of the territory. The work will be promptly continued by Mrs. Fremont. A first draft of the article has been made, and the subject had been so recently and closely dis cussed by General and Mrs. Fromout that Bhe will have no trouble in com pleting the manuscript, for which she had already wriltou an introduction, as well as supplement describing her life at Monterey iu 1819. A fine por trait of General Fremont from a da guerreotype of M9 or '50 will appear in the September number of 7'Ae Century, along with the poi traits of Commodores Sloat and Stockton, Duke" Gwin, and Governor Bur nett, in an article giving an account of " How California Came into the Union." New Tran-Continntal Route Via Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and Northern Pacific Railroads. Through ' ' Pullman Sleeping Car leaves Chicago daily at 5:30 p. m. ... For St. faul and Mimieapous. " Fargo, North Dakota. " ' Helena and Butte, Montana. " The Yellowstone Park. " Spokaue Falls and Taconia. " Portland, Oregon. Best Route to Seattle and all North Pacific Const points. The Scenic line to Ualilornia, via Portland and the Shasta Route. Tickets on sale everywhere. For information apply to any Agent or address A. V. H. Cabfekteb, Gen eral Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. OrD.C. Beadt, South Pass. Agt. Louisville, Ky. The third Unit wm the charm and the KraM" CouwV Committee on lout Motidoj' fniwullj endorsed Mr. 6. C. Mufwr M lli I'W'J CBiulltl-t fof Delegate Ulld It is presumed Mf. Meife put t'P tue price demanded. Ho has made a public exhibition of his accomplishments as an abuser of Democrats, and having led a colored meeting in giving three cheers for John Boyd tho committoo came to the conclusion thut he would do as well as anybody for the coiniug Salt River excursion. Democrats and honest Republicans, if you are contemplating leaving homo this week or next, put off your trips until after Aiunist Your votes are needed to protect tho interests of the tux-payers of the county.1 Be patriot ic enough to sacrifice your pleas-are or personal interests for a few days and voto aud work for the oloction of hon est uiou to fill the county offices for the ensuing term. It is a duty you owe as a citizen to those who cannot voto. Public Speaking. Appointments of Dmocrtio can ditlaliifl ,. Deverlfj-, Friday, Juljr 23. Garrotlffburg, ut night) Friday, July 25. Burker's Mill, Sutunlny, July 2(1. Pembroke, at night, Sntunlur, July 20. Fuirviow, Tunsduy, July 20. Mt. Voruou, Perry's S, 11., ul night; Tiiosdny, July 211. Bluff Springs, Wednesday, July .'!0. No. 6 School ilouso, Thursday, July 31. . White'a Store, Fridiiy, Aug. 1. Pool's Store, 10 a. in., Saturday, Aug 2. llopkinsvillc, auttiruuy mgut, Aug. 2. Republican candidates invito u to be present and accept a division of time. Afternoon appointments at 2 p. in. - - CHAMBERLAINS .... Eye and Skin Ointment. A certain cure for Chronic Sore oe, letter, Salt minimi, acuiu Head, Old Chronic Soros, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nomina and Piles. It ia cooling and soothing. " Hundreds of cases have been cured by it after all other treat ment had failed. 25 and 50 cent boxes for sale by Buckner Leavcll. The Senate's original package bill was amended and passed by the House Tuesday, by the close vote of 109 to 91. It is intended to meet the decis ion of the Supreme Court on the sale of liquor in original packages when shipped from other States into prohi bition States. The bill as passed reads: 1 "That whenever any article of commerce is imported into any State from any other State, Territory or for eign nation, and there held or offered for sale, the same shall then be sub jected to the laws of such Shite; pro vided, that no discrimination shall be made by any State in favor of its citi zens against those of other Slates or territories in respect to the salo of any article of commerce, nor in favor of its own products against those of like character produced in other States or Territories. OIVIS ENJOYS ftnth the inethod aud results when Syrup ef Figs is lakcuj it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and act reutly yet promptly on ine j-iaueys, Liver and Bowels, clcauiei the syt- .em effectually, dispell colds, bead rl.M ami fevers aud cures habitual soiistination. Syrup of tigs a the only remedy; of its kind ever pro- d.ipMi liKuuiiip to mo iao aim iromp in it LONGVIEW. Lonoview, Kt, July 19, 18'J0. Miss Grace Farmer, of ClsrksviUe, was the guest of Miss Lucy Garrott, Sunday. Miss Brownie Crews, of "Long Hol low" is visiting the family of Mr. Juo. Gregory. Miss Ann Sallee has recoverod from a severe attact of fever. Misses Ethel Duke aud Sullie Pierce are the pleasant visitors of Miss Min nie Stegor. Misses Fairmine Shanklin, of Hop kiusville, and Mary Campbell, ol "Flat Lick," are the most pleasant visitors of Miss Lucy Garrott. Miss Cora Gregory is visiting rela tives at Roaring Spring. J Bolivar with its smiling clerk behind the counters is quite an addition to this vicinity. But Lougview comes to the front when you come to "Set tle." Miss Bettie Garrott is visiting at Providence, Tenn. Mrs. Alex Doritv and children of Pembroke are visiting Mr. A. L. Car ter's family. Mrs. Eliza Sieger is quite sick at the home of her son. Mr. Tom John- n. Miss Minnie Mason, having returned from Rome, Georgians visiting her sis ter Mrs. Ous Wfttkius. ' Miss Lula Carter is at home after a prof racted stay at Pembroke. I The favorite song of a certain young lady in this neighborhood is "Keep me near the Cross." Lewis Thomas and Lera Brame are attending dancing school at Bell, pre paratory to the Lougview bran-dance Aug. 6th. A certain young gentle man's favorite song is "The Campbells are coining. If we don i have nun in a few days the corn and tobacco crop will be a failure. Wheat did not turn out as wull as the farmers expected, and the oat crop is a failure. TBAV or HtABTS, ceptable to the stomach, prompt it action aud trulv beneficial in .Hcls. nrenarcd on IV from me mosi i . . ,. Sikhv and acrceab e cuustancea, us many excellent qualities commend It to all and have made it the most M.n..l.r wmMiv lcnnwil. l '. . , . rru eyrup oi r irb is uir sum n it bntlloa bv oil leadine drue- . i- i I - j .1,. gist. Any reuauis urug.i.. - msy not have it on band will pro cure it promntljr for any one who islics to try iL Do not accept any lubstitute. CALIFORNH FI0 SYRUP CO. Si mAMCISCO. CHL. louisvtuc. it. tew rout. .t. Dr. W. P.Lawrence. f Physician & Surgeon, ?.CLARKSYIU.E, TENN, g , . no. " - - . DI8CASLS Or THE EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT AND CHRONIC DIS EASES A SPECIALTY. S,0,Mc, Jr( MERCER 4 MERCER, Life, Firo and Tornado Insurance Agents, Hopklnsville. - - - Kentucky. " Office! South sido Court Suunre. M WOODWaFtK.'ySXM' ftA:IMtMP .tr WDODWORK.XM ir7oo. J8 UNI0HSUUARt.NY.iHva noun MO. Il l HL. IB I ull.IIIl. C. E. WEST, Agent. KII'l(tSUl.l-K r ' - -50th - -' " SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT OE TIIS CONDITION OV Bank'.'of'.'Hopkinsvillc. itKot ltt: ,xnt-l l!r'.inii. Itnl Krtai f'r Ui'U Hanklup Mnt . fUl i:vltiiny i;..... Cah - ... Nltl iU 1,1 VIUI.ITIKS: rllUl tnr !ttl(IU riimi tltvl'tvixl X.i. Hit IT HAS TURNED UP. WHAT? A chance to nmko XION EY by wiling , our new book. "Character Sketche?." ItLttx trretlMt M-Illnx Wli ovpr lm.nv'1.1 la no- iu.ii. wrrr-r m-. -;. p-gv mrlyltttl UlflrMttm. ( rv-ll ni.-l ! 1N1T III lilt. t'UK.tt'KST Imm.L f..- im-M wl.l l.t WH'IKH In X IW- ril.l.K Im M rfrtjy. I'rlrv or ...if!!1 mhI. Aiulr at .Hire r..r lent. ai.'l lci-ri'i.rr. , are M.f mitlimlifH wtH'U uuttll r.H-1-IVt'.l, mun'-jt rv.."'" .vlilrt. pui'ni.T.on .-. i.ti.iii Jil aixl 145 NulIU ..tinK-f Mt-.fl, Nnli. Hl.i. Trill Mr. Tan Felt. Editor of the Craig, Mo.. Meteor, went to a uruir store Hillsdale. Iowa, and asked the physi cian in attendance to trive him a dose of souiotliini; tor cholera morons and looseness of the bowels, lie snvs felt so much better the next morning that 1 concluded to call on the physi cian and cot him to fix me up a sup ply of t lie mixUcino. 1 was surprised when ho handled uie a bottle Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarrhoKa llemedv. He said he pre scribed it regularly iu his practice and louua it ine ncsl lie couui got or pre pare. 1 can testify to its efficiency in my case at all event-." For sale by Buckner Leavell. Mr. James Breathitt, who niakoa a specialty of criminal practice, whs sent out to the Chalybeate Spring Monday to defend the Boyd ticket. Tho candidates for sheriff by agree ment had staid away, Mr. West not tieimr apprised of the fact that the kblest Republican orator of the coun ty would represent Mr. Boyd. Mr. Breathitt's speech was a partisan de fense of a verv weak cause. It was so manifestly unfair that Mr. W. E. Ilagsdule, who was present, replied to it in a stirring speech of thirty min utes, and the applause that frequently interrupted the speaker clearly indi cated that the crowd of 150 voters was largely against Mr. Breathitt s client A carpenter by the name of M. S. Powers, fell from the roof of a house in East Dos Moines. Iowa, and sus tained a painful aud serious sprain of the wrist, which he cured with one bottle of Chamberlain's Fain Balm. He savs it is worth ' a bottle, it cost him 50 cents. For sale by Buck ner Leavell. Rktobt or tub Condition FIRST UTIOIUU- BJaUC OF IIOl'KIXSYILLE, At Hopkiusville, iu the State of Ken tucky, at tho close of business, JULY 18tb, 1890. RCS3URC8. Cholera infantum has lost its terrors since the introduction of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera anil Uiurrhoea Uoiuody. When that remody is used and treat ment as directed with each bottle is followed, a cure is curtain. Mr. A. W. Walter, a prominent merchant at Waltersburg, 111., says: "Itcurodmy baby boy of cholera infantum after sev eral other remedies had failed. The child was so low that he seemed al most beyond the aid of human hands or reach of anv medicine." '& and 50 oent bottles for sale by Buckner Leavell. How's Thlsl We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by takine Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chenet & Co., l'rops., Toledo, O. Wo, the undersigned, havo known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made bv their firm. West & Thaux, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Halls' Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally, acting directly upou tho blood uloocl auu mucous suriacos of tl system. Frice, 75c. per bottlo. Sold by all Druggists. . ... - Mr. C. C. Givons has sold a half in terest in the Owensboro Inquirer to Mr. B. F. Cayman, ttu oxporieucod newspaper man from Canal Winches ter, Ohio. The price was Sd.OOO and Mr. Oayman will be associate editor of the intfuipr, Tho fight now lwiug made for hen esty in Christian county is attracting the attontiou of the w hole State, and law-abiding people everywhere oxpect t ie good people of Christian county to do their duty at the coming election, In no other county in the State would a confessed defaulter have had the hardihood to ask a re-olectiou and no other committee but the gang who control the Republican party in this county would have openly coa vived at corruption by endorsing such a candidate. Mr. Boyd may suit the corrupt element of his party, but the honost Republican voters will not touch him with a ten-foot pole. John Boyd will never be sheriff of Chris tian county again. Murk that. The complete novel in LirriNOOTr's Magazine for August is contributed by that populnr English author, Mrs. Alexander. The story is euitled "What Gold Cannot buy." Tho many readers of Mrs. Alexander's "The Woo ing O't," "Her Dearest Foe," and other charming stories will devour with pleasure this new aud captivating romance. It is the story of a plucky young English girl who goes out as the companion of an eldorly and aris tocratic matron. There arecapital de scriptions of English country life among the higher classes, and the story gradually leads up a startling and unexpected denoiiemcnf. lAvtn a... flU-mint. Ilvunh-aft. MVUi-e-l an-. .1 i---uit.I. I'. a. Itun.lH ti.MKili-.-.ln u:all.rt .... Hue livui ut.ii.l iw tf.'.. lino fni... oilier Si.1loi.nl Hunk One frtHi. stale l!jiilt aii.1 Ijsn.kr . baul.u.S'U.a..e, (uittiluru ami liv- .ll.lm Cnrtr.it rxiien-- ami laxca .al-l nitiluu. .a. I IK...... ii- -La a.nl .illtor .mi!, ile.il Bllb uf ulticr bank tro.-ilui.nl inir eiinvui)-, nl.-leU ami cent. apcrle leiIIU-ietH-r ..me. UeUeu.Uo lun.l Willi I .M.Trea-urer i uer eeul ol ull-L-ulallu.0 . Gl.Ottl ! ual II..0.W ou . 13.-11 . 4..ai.l ft. .. ft.: I m .... I"M4 ail tWMtl A. '.' ua.im u ... 4.IUI IN AUU.MI. a. .... r.-n,IA 08 .... 1-.0..I on ...... S.W .... ai2, 71 li : tar T.nal u What we haVQ to say about our j Spring and Summer Clothing that is coming in daily. It is chenner than ever, and a man who cannot afford to dress well when clothing is as cheap as it is, now being sold by us, is 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 tho largest lot of Cloth ing and Snoes we oougnt at a forced bank rupt sile at 50 cents on the dollar, they are all genuine bargains, tor wo are Gelling them cheaper than other merchants can buy them. We invito 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 - - $ Ki Boy sSuid youths' suits $1.00 to 3.00 " " all-wool suits 4 00 Mens' suits from W up. . M.I'lirilsoN. i . aaqiaa. sl.-rtli.l an.1 toi. M brum m lau Jl l.i Iw. 1 lll.N, ..i,., ,afy PI.Hi:l.rKalanC. STATEMENT . OS THE CONDITION or THE Planters Bank, Of Hopkiusville, Ry. . . lKMit't'K4l S "111. lltaeoauiaU. ikIiI Kyrhniiae naer raii'llar.'..- ..i It-al rVlalal". I - Ai.N-k. ami ll.iHt. Ca.lt ..a lla...i LIAIIII.ITIK! Cniilral sto.-k li..l.lilual llrrM.ll.Nn I:i.. ...Iter l.ak Iilvl.lea.1 N.. Ill, lS.Ml.la) Mn iilux Ktin-I I'n.llvl.lnl I'rulu M-ia l.l.-u. a lavo Boya' aud mens' 4 ply linen col lars, standing and lay down, lain stylea - 7c Four ply limm culTs lie Soiled white luunilricd shirts worth tl U) will be sold for 50c ! 1 1 1 CELLCUMD COLLARS & CUFFS 10c Mens' flue black half hose, fust colors guurraiiteed Mens' lino balbriggun aeamlcss half hose valued at 20 cents, 10c 0 doz. puir of men and boys buff, luce, but ton or gaiter shues, good at $1.50 will bo closed out at $1.00 A job lot of plain and box totv brogan shoos, full stcck, standard screw or liejged Uithmi, scld ev- A erywhero at $1.25 andl.nt, will - be cIowhI out at 1 .00 A jot) lot of mens' line suspen ders, you will recognize aa laing mid ail over town at 10 and UV, will go for - . 'x Mens light colored slilt huts, good stylo - - 76o Bhick stiff ... 1.00 Better goods, non breakable, latiwt styl.n ami novelties ia stiff hats from $2.00 up tur.aul 'i l...Kt .a X.-.-0 Maw . . Sa,M ' .l..a III . i u.nm on I14.4i H . . . 1&..KM We are the only agents for tho Plymouth Rock Pant Co, the cheapest tailoring house .n the East, makes pants to order at S3; Suits at $14. fi:8 guaranteed. Terms strictly cash PYE, DICKERAIL ti.M n W. L. Tbut, Cashier. SulwcriUxt and sworn ti liefore nic July 1, 1S1H1. 1 L. Smith, Jiotury Public. 1 1 412 Mh Ml r jti wi II, Kl JU 4.UUU VU 730 i Tolml !!,- UABItlTIE. rnpllal trk palti til FMirtiiuit i mm rii.llvll'.l ir.flU Nnllmtnt Hunk imUM ouUlnmHug .. liviiU'nUuiil-l liHllvitlunl l'opMt t4ti1j't UicltOi-k Oiiu toollicr Nt.tiieU llniik Tutnl IWttOi Sinle of Kfiitiirkv, roiinly f. (.niixiinn, T U Si Ml (U , U,A U . Sl.mit i. IW i W I bank. .lotMtlfllll llkt. l ltKllU'r (II IIM' HlliM-B-linm ill v writs Hint the lMJve iit.-i.t l, uue U' Uic iMMur uiy kmm i"itr; ana MilMHI-nl and nwom .t wtrv m Hit Uth torrjctAUcit: N.itaiy i'uhllc. .Ions- Miiayom, W. A. Low by, J. W.lUivxitA j KhosphatedgelallllB: ' This has now established itself the finest Gelatine in the world. ouDcncn umiLULU uuuunn Eiml to the Fresh Kut. . FRUIT PUDDINE, For Ice Creum it Is Uneiiualed. THE CREAT TYCOON TEA. It Has Taken 5 -rE3-A.KS - hard trying to get a tea at a low price to suit the public, for ICED TEA. WE'VE GOT IT. INOURSE h MOORE, TELEPHONE 14.' P, O. BLOCK. 6 P SARflUEL HODGSON, Importer and Manufacturer of Granite and Marble Monuments, . Tho best material and mast artistic york at the lowest prices. F. M. WHITLOW, of Hopkinsville, is my solicitor for the sale of work. SAMUEL HODGSON Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic It ! pleutat W th tuts as ltsioa Trup. Tbs raallMt Infant will talis It an! nTr know iu medieuu. Caildraa ij for it. Jtr tailj it eurt. Chilli oaoe Vrakta will not ntan. Cwt yon only kail tkg puts ( atktr Chill Tonics. . V quinim acedia. I parestlTS Beaded. Coswine a petua. Cheaper thai qnioine. Itpnrinei the blood endromoTtiaU malarial polios from the lyite-m. It U a Urge ss say dollar taaio ul RETAILS fOB 60 CENTS. .WARRANTED (Viintmui, Katv, DM. If, UH ttmm Hfrnn Co.. VmH: Um.t l-i.-aar e ibrra atom ef Tejf 0r1syiTla (:hlf1Tiant4. I ImiM wli'i Ihf krt frateu M NinsHi. The Bapufalf ra SkllihlH wllk ll- I tax yur Hi I II T-nk antM .hlbtrr tu wtn pals mo 4 arthT W4 wnwtil. hailaf kavl r-l chill tor rtusaihs taut, aan- nf u.-nt ft a year. -M ilhlK Ihtva -IW Ivaintitar Hk lt T-eiin tMrj wr hale aud h aM, iia (r4 svm) rf 1-'-;:..,UiiW1,ll.o. ROQEHS& ELGIN, Hopkinsvillo, Ky. N. TOBTN m 'M it wssr B Wit,, !s5- mmssmmi. & GO., rn ! rirs, OPERA 'ptc'al Mttntlcn 3ivn 1 ' I"Parties noeding anything in the! their, stock before purchasing olscwhoro, BUILDINC, tOrdert from t Xistanet. line would do well to call and see 1-81-1 lie! Elarksville Lipor S. Baer fi: Co., Prop's. DEALER IN Whiskies, Wines, Brandies, . Gfns, Etc., ,Xc. . We earn- a nniloln l.-k of Cljjart, Tobacrot, l'ljica, Ktc , Sole aip-ats for Sflh-Praciie Ales, A. T. JI. and Alf and Air, A. I- riimlaps A CVs o bacon ami Croacinit HrvwIiiK CV Celehrateil Uccre. , (Jlvei ns trail. OUDKI15 BY MAIL taVKX I'llOMPT ATTEXTION. lJ; " ' W W Sign-Big Black, Bear. - y f i "' '" CLARKSVILLE . Ji TENN Tnos. IIebndon. Ton. P. M-ioa. HERNDON &' MAJORf ., -rRoruiETOES- Sraiip Hacco W wise, Clarksville, Tennessee, Special Attention to Sampling & Selling Tobacco. : t 'I i; t: i i i Liberal Advances Made on Consignments. ROBT. B. WITHERS, TRAVELING SOLICITOR. . ii. UKKiwniikii. JUK K. UANT. FOUR MONTHS KKBR STUUAUK. V.. NICK SIKKIWKTHKU. - C. p. nKKIWKTIIKU. Banner Tobaccdc Wa Meriwether, & Gant, Claxfes-vlllo- Tenia.. W t SOLICIT A SHARK OK YOUR I1U9INKH8. All Tobacco Inaured nnleu Initrnotad 1 writing. Loqiral A.Wanobi un Touaooo In Store. . - ; ,Tr r-- I- ivn -,eEwjiY---a A Practical Business Collogo. No Side Issues. 'Thirty years Business man at the head.. Bus-, inoss from tho word go.' Voung ! I Men and Women thoroughly fitted for business life. ' Dna ' thousauj dollars tfuinnf at sninll outlay. SiitiHfutttion guaranteed to the student . -who moan businoRsv School open-i.il tho year. Prof. Curnick's splendid now Interest methods taught free to Students Don't delay but enter at once and got ready for grand opportunities. ' References, thousands of graduates making a success of life.' j ' ) ; M j J S. N.CURNICK, Principal, : 221 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND.