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nctfiia wwii am nuuf warn, CH AS. M. MEACHAM. BUB '.ORIPTIO 2 1 TUB I ADVAHOE. rei.llnl Mitlctw XI Mills lr Una. Spo olnllural Siviiu T lhi ali tnMrtltw. IImum or taii.iuitf a.ltui-Ui'uieiiU furulnlietl on ap- OBoe IS sad 20 link Btmt, tnr Poll Oaoo. TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1890. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Clerk Court of Appeals, WOODFORD W. LONGMOOIt, of Harrison County. For Judge 1st Superior Court District, WILLIAM H. YOST, Jr. of Muhlenberg, County. County Ticket. For Judge, THOS. J. MOEROW. For Attorney, LABKIN T. BRASHER. For Clerk, WILLIAM COWAN. For Sheriff, ' W. MOSES WEST. For Assessor, DENNIS R. FERRY. For Supt. of Schools, PROF. S. L. FROGOE. Tor Jailer, 1 GEO. W. LONG. For Surveyor, H. P. RIVES. For Coroner, DR. JNO. L. DULIN. Save Your Certificates. Fartof section 11, Registration Law: "At the said election no vote shall lie received unless the person offering to vote is on the registry provided in this act, and if his vote be challenged by an officer of the election, or by a bv-stander, unless he exhibit to the officers of the. election the certificate of registration issued to him iu ac cordance with the reriuiroments of section twelve and thirteen of this act. Provided, howover, that any person whoso name is properly re corded on the registry providod by this' act. and who has lost his certifi cate of registration, shall be allowed to vote after he shall have been sworn by one of the judges of the election anil shall Have stated under oath that he has lust said certificate of registration and that said certificate has not passed into the hands of an other person with his knowledge or conseut" Boyd has stated in a public speech that he has had one of his bcndsinen to Diit up f 10.000 to straiirhten out his accounts, during his four years Bervice as Sheriff. This much then is confessed and yet the man expects the people to re-elect him Sheriff, The audacity exhibited is enough to take one's breath. The citizen who endorses such a record with his vote must have small concern for his own reputation as an honest man. It matters not whether Mr. Boyd did the l l If 1 1 !l .1 U worx lllliittuu ur uuu ii uune uj another, tho legal, moral and official ' ' responsibility is just the same. At Fembroko Saturday night Mr. Boyd appeared to be running with a hot box, as the railroad men say. In fact, his Pullman so called because his three close allies are trying to pull the man through seemed to be com pletely disfigured and entirely out of whack. Indeed the whole train ap peared to be overloaded and took up must of t'.ie time switching onto side tracks to get out of the way of the Deinocratio lightning express, run ning on schedule time and due to ar rive at victory Btation at 7 p. in. Au gust 4th. The effort of the Republican party of Christian county to re-elect a con fessed defaulter to the office fattened on, elands without a purallel in the history of partios. It is a reflection upon the integrity of the metnliers of this parry that Boyd's accessories after tho fact, with whom he is associated on the ticket, have determined to run him down the throats of the lowest elements of tho party. Tho uiifortunato victims of tho rais ing procoss in 1S85, scattered ell over the county, were uotiliod by Messrs. Davison and McDaniel Saturduy, in a private circular, of tho amounts due them from Mr. Boyd's disgorging fund. Figuro up the interest and lay them away until the returns arc nil in. It is too early yet to congratulate yourselves that you got off easy. But a few moro days reinuiu and during thoso days the Kbntwkun's offer is still standing to support and vote for Mr. Boyd if he will establish ! his innocence of any of tho charges we have brought ugainst him. Mr. Boyd in his speeches says tho fact. that he is not put under arrest is evidence that ho is not guility.. He should not become impatient. The criminal features of his offense will bo reached in due time. TWO WARS. South America and Central America Each Has One. London, July 27. A dispatch to the Time from Buenos Ayres says: Early on Saturday (he artillery, joined by some civilians, took the Unit steps to overthrow the irovernment. The trooiw and the police parleyed. inng was opened at Palermo, and soon extended to the Phua Laville. Tho Infantry and artillery kept up a heavy firing all the morning. The polios fired at and disponed crowd around tlie eovernment house, but the people kept issuing from houses. A determined group of forty men stood pluckily to their amis in front of the government house, while the roar of the artillery and the roll of the musketry cauio nearer and nearer. A policemuu, in mere wantonness, split an Englishman's head open with his sabre, and a- bystander shot the policeman down. In the afternoon the revolutionary government issued its first decree. This ordered the mobilization of the National guard aud appointed Nico las Menalez chief of police. At 5:30 this afternoon two attacks were made by the government's troops iu citizen battallions. The troops were repulsed both times. Policemen and artillery are lying dead iu heaps. Tho chief of police is wounded. . The minister of war is reported dead. Sharp fight ing continues around the artillery barracks. OAUTEXAXA AND SAX SALVADOR. Citt or Mexico, July 17, via Gal veston. Senor Castillanos, the Span ish minister here, has been informed that two Spanish war ships have been ordered to Central America. Several revolutionary bands are marauding near the Mexican frontier in Guate malan territory. Both Guatemala and San Salvador are trying to mass troops with the ut most haste, but Guatemala finds dif ficulty in the dissatisfaction of her soldiers. A Guatamala special claims t hat the Guatemalan soldiers so large ly outnumber the Salvodorians that the tables will be turned this week. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Ho ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hull s (Jatarrh Cure. F. J. Ciienev & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made try tlieir tinn. West & Thaux, Wholesale Druggisto, Toledo, Ohio, Walding, Kiuuan & .Marvin, V holosale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Halls' Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting dirottly upon the blood blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Public Speaking. Appointments of Democratic can didates: Fairview, Tuesday, July 29. Mt. Vernon, Perry's S. H., at night, Tuesday, July 29. Bluff Springs, Wednesday, July 30. No. 6 School House, Thursday, July 31. White's Store, Friday, Aug. 1. Pool's Store, 10 a. in., Saturday Aug. 2. Hopkiusville, Saturday night, Aug. i. Republican candidates invited to be present and accept a division of time. Afternoon appointments at 2 p. in. Mr. Van Pelt, Editor of tho Craitr. Mo., Meteor, went to a dnur store at Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked the physi cian iu attendance to give him a dose of somethincr for cholera morbus and looseness of the bowels. He says: "I felt so much better tho next morning that I concluded to call on the physi cian and get him to fix me up a sup ..i f . i. : .. r . s ny ui mi) iiitxiiciue. a was surprised, when be handled me a bottle of I hamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Ho said he pre scrilied it regularly in his practice and found it tho best ho could get or pre pare. I can testify to its elticieucy in my case at all eveutc." For sale by Buckner Loavell. t.-AVOurs i.ove crony. A r.Iotaii -Italy llnmnimc In .'.is l.ir nt the . lix.tt Julian. Mis i;o,'.!:ln ountrilmto taMiicmlllan an amount ot "Tho Yoiuif favour,' from vrlilvh we extract tho following passages; ft U not tii he credited tliat u warm a lnnrt, however well euanled from all assaults, could liavo p:uued tho critical period from twenty hi thirty quite tcaltilesa. Catnlllu was too clover and too keen to Im taken In liy the wily arts of tho coquotto; but ho waa not in- snnstblo to the attractions ot a sweet and lovely woman, whose graco, roll tin men and cultivated mind won tils ad miration almost at the first mooting. Intense sympathy d?aw them toothor, and before thoy were awaro ot it they had become deeply attached to each other. They separated with tho sad fooling that they should nover moot again, for, unhappily, thorn was an In surmountable olistuclo to tholr union tho young lady's hand had lieen already disposed ot Vy hor father, otter tho man ner ot Italian marriages uf that day. I'Bey seemed made tor each other, hut thoy mot too late. Cavour was only twenty, and tho girl probahly about the same age. llo hoard nothing of her lor throo years, except that sue lived lu Milan, and was a constant suite rur iroui bad health.' Onco he wrote to oxpross his sympathy, and received a briof reply to thank him, hut that wus all. lie pre served a tendor remembrance of her. and a fooling of regret that fate had di vided them; but his lore had subsided Into friendship, nor did ho droam that the unhappy girl's health had been ru ined by hor devoted attaehmont to biui. Hut it was so. After three years' ab sence she returned to Turin, aud it only needed tho sight of her sad, beautiful face, with its traces of suffering, to re kindle laiuillo's almost extinct lore. After two or three painful interviews tbey parted onco more; the fair unknown going to the baths with bur parents, wuo probably wished to remoro their daugh ter from tho dangerous vloinlty of the toung Couuk c Then began the correspondence which lasted for years. They sometimes wroto twice, a day to each other; her loiters wero proservod and numhrrod by Cavour; but hor name, even her Christian name. earefully erased. He - calls hii lady L iuconnue" in bis diary, whoro ho re lates the whoto story ot his nnhappy love in tho most passionate and touch ing language. Cnvour's letters are lost, but frojn thoso of tho unknown we can gather an idea of their contents. Hers aro very beautifully written, and ex press tho intense, all-absorbing, hope less love which had prostrated be! strength for years and was slowly sap ping her life. It is Impossible to con voy in a few words the pilnful lmpros- aiori left on the reader's tnlnd by tho peiusal of these heart-broken letters. At one lime hor parents thought that her miiul was giving way, and threat ened to put her nudor some restraint, favour, who hated and cursed himself for being the eauso of so nri.-h misery to this "heavonly woman," uiovcd as much by pity for her posh ion iu her family us by his own feelings, was tempted to ask her to l!y with him to a foreign country. I-Tippily. bo put away the mad thought beforo communicating it to'hcr. YYhon she felt her end at hand shn wroto a pathetic farewell to tho man whom she had so loved, who seemed to hor a "celestial intelligence," and for whom her life was bucrinVcd; for shn died literally ot a broken heart. In that last sad letter she told Camlllo that ho bad nover fully comprehondod her love; how could he, when no human language could explain it? Wh'.n you read theso lines an inKUnnountr.blo barrier will have boen raised butwocn us. I shall havo been Initiated in the grand secrets tif the tomb; and. perhaps I tremble at tho thought 1 may thou have forgotten you." There Is a now ur.o for hypnotism namely, as a remedy for habitual drunk enness. The drunkard, after being hypnotized, is info: med that anient sp.rits are nasty and tho object of his particular hatred. If this is repeated two or three times the habit of thought becomes so fixed that tho urunkard can not bring himself to drink a drop of spirits. t Iblring l.enl the ?tew York sale of eggs is animated to amount to 4.0UO bar rels, or U,:iij0,ouu eggs a day. ; S. C. Ukiickk, Sr. S. C. Mr.Hi'ta, Jr. MERCER & MERCER, Life, Fire and Tornado Insurance Agents, Hopkiusville, ... Kentucky Ollicei South sido Cuut-Souare. (3 W000WOHK''fuX6) AffftCIIMEHFg) -TraOO. 28 UNIONSOUARt.N.Y. "Kri.Jb-- ihiSSu.. .T LA ta. a4 L."iNCaa ST.10UIS M0. j,:p 1.11. rq DALLAS.TCX. C. E.' WEST, A'eiit ' lIOI'KINftt 1I.I.K . ... . KY Rkpoit of the Condition OF HOPK1XSVILLE, At Hopkiusvillo, in tho State of Ken tucky, at the close of business,-' , 1 i i ' JULY 18 th, 1890. RESOURCES. Ionii nml MMWutit. . .. . . t U.0M it otiM'ih ttftM, HO'iitml mhI imri'iiretl ,, 4 4 l . .-. IWHidr. hinutMiit ehrultttUsB .... . 10,0110 00 l)uo frum ttpimirtH. icucrvr Htmtt..- ti.HU hm me inini ui hit .aiiuiiHi iik Ha, ti.nm n ho twmi SiHtv Il:tiik mill bank.- ILUll Ml Baukhig'luxie, fundluro mid Ux- . Iim i,... CHI KI LurrnirexiKMirtmant taxt unnl .. 1'ivtiihliu on t 8. HoikIm 4W) M i h.'cii-itnil iilitrrnli I to tin B3 w BUT uf ot her feinlcs . ! ii' i-ut:lKiinl pnMir riirrcnrf, nlrkct aii'l t un U . l; 47 4'c n,4r? a lAvtil-tpmU'r notf i,vw uu if.it-iiHtnin rtiiHi mini .s. iivAoiircr 1.4 Kr vi'iiL in viix'iiiniiuii; . . Ti.tnl I'...., .i...... LIA8ILITIE1. )tjil-l in J 00 Tntilrnl At. Mil IMITO lllll-l .. rn.!ivni.-'i i.r.fif . . .i . . . NnttiiTKil D;iiir. i;-.l'!4 oiltpt.'indlliiC '. IMvHflHi-'ttllTJlili . hit to i.ikci .ViUtjiiiil liunkft It.HMt W tkkt . Hl.i -M a; T.itn! ni Stntu of Kt uttiiky, I'uiiiity of ( hrltiiiti. M. 'i'htH W l.'iiiif, rinhlfir tftlit um) c-nniut'tl bunk. tt MtTffiiiul .' i-n.'nr t!iit i'.it stiviiT p tate iMt'iil U tnu! lu lur ln--t uf inv kntiv IsMie ai MiiMciitM1! nml iuui to Im-i'.'H' nif tui. sun ta of .Inly, Ku. W Al.l'K t K I.I.V. . . tttaj l'uitk CorrKt AtU';.t: Jiiiin Moavot, ) V. A. l..ii;v, 5 IHrpL-tur-'. .1. U . iwM; ) au.xle2xexlt next issue, unable to get out on account of rush of matter. WATCH FOR IT." IT S A H II i VI iVS IT HAS TURNED; UP. what?; A chance to muko M0XEV by selling ' J, y bur now hook, ( ) 1 "Character Sketches." fiUllu atfite iiolHiiif lunik .'roi lirdiiflrSt onl in thti Smith. f'lTI-ril I rmr nriiiH'it UlHitmtinwm, f I tt-tl Tll r-tflk-ttjr; limiMiniiiM tMil mi1' h. Prinrnloit hi'nvv tmi'r it U the fit K. 4 Its f h.Hk (or ltMiE4) nti rhiirs't( ihi j.-ttbli-h.-.l. ona Htit'iit Mill to.i cu'A'.-t iu A'.l.s;- I II.Lk. in H Hft; I'llrt' ttl oil IU I uv Tteu. Apply nt on.'t for wrtm Hint tci rltorv. ' If vti arc n iUimHH hmi mi tilt iwftvwl, mo rvNM(f , Ailtrri, tiul'TIIVXitTKHII PriMllllMI Hot Sl iU nJ IU North N,nir Sirc.'t, t -v SsHhviliL',Ti'imr Dr. V. P. Lawrence, Physician & Surgeon. ; ciAIJXSVILLE, TENXi, i ins : UKEASS OF TUB . -' EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, AND . CHRONIC DIS EASES A SPECIALTV. W. I. WKltlWKTHKH. JOK ti. UANT. FOL'R MUXTIIS FREIt STliRAfif. : C. SIl.'K MMMWKTIIKIi U. K. MKUIH KTIir.lt. Banner Tobacco Warehouse; . . ... - JM , Meriwetherj& Garit, ; WE SOLICIT A HAUIt Or VOl'H DUSINROa. All Toliarcn Insuml anlius lastrnt-wd la . , wlitlag. Jqiral Atlraacwion ToblB Slorat ..... r. . . i The official announcement that tho papulation of Memphis is only 62,159, places Xashvillo first among Tennessee cities. A recount of the population of St, Paul and Minneapolis has been ordered. Dr. Clardy'a Appointments. Dr. J. D. Clordy, a candidate for the Coustitutionul Convention, will address the ieople of Christian coun ty at the following timos and places: Crofton, Saturday, July 20. Oak Grove, 2 p. in. Tuosday, July 20. No. & 10 a. m., Thursday, July 81. Speaking will betrin at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Utlier catulKluUts nre respect fully invited to be present at these appointments. Cholera infantum has lost its terrors since the introduction of Chumlwrlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedr. lien that remedy is used and treat ment as directed with each bottle is followed, a cirre is certain. Mr. A. W. alter, a prominent merchant nt Waltersbtirg, lll.,says: "ltctirndmy 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 any medicine." 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Buck nor Leavoll. Lawrence, Mass., was swept by a cyclone Saturday and a dozen people killed. A carpenter by the name of M. S Powers, foil from the roof of a house in East Des Moines. Iowa, and sus tained a painful and serious sprain of the wrist, which ho cured with one bottle of Chamberlain s Pain Balm. He says it is worth $5 a bottle. It cost him 50 cents. For sale by Buck ner Leavell. STATEMENT OK TUB CONDITION OF THE Planters Bank, Of Hopkinsvillo, Ky. Xolf ftinl HUN IMiK-muituii tifln Kvt'haiijcc .. nuii-i' Kiirnlhuv Hvn K-lnu- (or lU-'.ti MiM-bM nml KomU Cliaii o.i Hun.. , t'lll.llSl SUK-lt lnillvMn.il it'f)tor ... . iMt.'Ollt.-t It.i.ik- itrMfiiil No. :n, tii lay nriiliiM Ktni.' ,' I'liihvldt-il I'toilt wt aiii.i- to ,tj in f . ,.) on M 11 Xtihl til .. U.INM Ui AV. L. ZniE, Ciish'wT, Eubscrilxxi anil sworn to lxifom mo July 1, IS'JO. Ika L. Smith. Notary rublic. rlltli SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE COXDITION OF Bank 7 cf 7 Hnpkinsville Joth, Is'jo. Iyntinnl I)lronnti ,. Itfrtl KMntpfor Debt IliiiilaiiiK lloiixa Si it lit Kxehanire , Cllath . . Stock and Umlt .. HM W MS ., l.i.lHHi (K , $i.V).fk0O 00 184.108.40.206 IN) I, I A Itll.iriKS; CnplUl ftfork M 'tiiim s r uu ne Itsnkrt 1.147 IW Hue Dt'iKMitnri Uvkmi 4i inviut'tiuNi IIIJUHI i.l uu Ta Aivnnt for inonrln ttt; su Dlrltiuiid Nu. M tliia 'lay A m j THE TIRELESS TOILER FOR TRADE. JHR.FTY, SAVING PRUDENT 9jw umI tvnirnticiusiv jauViM tit rrrl ul binrrt, to try u wlih w Munpt oniur for BJiADT-il A.DB CLOTH I NO. WwiJUkllUthjivjtiuaMMuour guoda wiut Mr ! )irnuranMein.riM fsu-tart-ns. It ihu rr.U T U it niwrrlmi.t. po-a ak W iImJmT tut tr nisis bMsitus tku wt.l.kju kMi yuir r t urn ch irwm tny iruoda on do wt tikm mit iixJ. If oar Dixi iir nut bt1ir Hid, , tnt'j sirs rwrstji rW"t' ixr rtit tlicancr thA lbt ntlinr arm In AiMcrlrA i . --""TV- wrN fiT.w will return your MoMjr. U' htriio4rOf " .-- mlphl tlinoa mrmrj ymu-, sum! mm tuitMawl with 6 prwtti. ti:iixs, wholxkalj: oki.t. oumin an oada ED. L HUNTUY 4 CO, Wholauh Tafen. tusU U ---. y Btmd fur fw IUwtrdi rVicw LUt. bfep I Head I "What we havo to say about our 0 Spring and Summer Clothing that is coming in daily. It isr 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, is no man, and when we tell you that you can buy a fine suit oi 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 50 cents on the dollar, they are all genuine bargains, lor we are selling them cheaper than ether merchants can buy themi ! We invite you to call and examine our imi menso stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and i Furnishing Goods, and believe you can save money by doing so. Below we give you an idea of our low prices: i 0 o H 01 3 H 0 H 11 rt 5 o 0 p- 0 01 IV) J. K. Mi-ritV.i:ioN, I .Mi;:tt. Suh-crll.HnI ami worn u lwfnif me tM Julv In!, Ih.M. ! I l(HUif:v, Piolat J- ru lil tc ( liri-tlun Co, PiiimouttiRonlf X, !?Q TRAOB MARK. SASVMEL HODGSON, Importor and Manufacturer of Granite and Marble Monuments, Tiio Ixwt iii iU'riul anil mo t nrlistic 7ork at tho loent prices. F. M. WHITLOW, of Hojikiunvillo, is ray olieitor for tlio sale of work. SAMUEL HODGSON Child's uit . - $ & lx)ys' nd youths' suiU $1.(1(1 to 8.(10 " . " " oil-wool mils i 00 Mens suits from $i up. Boys' anil mens' 1 ply linen col lars, taiidinif aud lay down, ht ylea - - 7Je Four ply linen cuffs - 1 lc Soiled nhit Uundrled BhirU trthtl.00 will be sold for COc 6o 10c CELLULOID COLLARS CUFFS JIcus' fine blsx'k lmlf hose, fast colors fruarrouUied - '2m Ueus' fine balhrijrii seanitoui half horn valued at 20 routa, l(c i!oa iwir of limn and Ikm 1ii ff, 5 Im-c, but ton or frailer hIioom, good at $1 .5t) ill be ilownl out nt $ .00 k job lot of. plain and box too lmKn shoos, full stO'k.Htaiidurd wreivor pe(,'t,isl lioltom, scld ot rywhero at il.'Zo and f 1.U), Mill be rloMd out at . 1 .00 - job lot of mens' fine Kuspvn dors, you will rucopiiie wi boing sohl nil over to'.vn at 40 and MK-, will CO for ' - . . 25o Mens' liK!it (food style . Itliu k miir IJetter jrotuli lulext Klvlos colored utilf haul, . .-. . - . vi.i.v'.vJ60 1.00 , nun bn4ikalle, and novi'lties iu stiff bats from ti.i up - We are the only figents for the Plymouth Rock Pant Co , the cheapest tailoring houso n the East, make3 pants to order at $3; Buits vt $14 fits guaranteed. Term3 strictly cash PYL DICKEgfi WILL Clarbvi Do Liquor Store!. S."Saer & o., Prop's.! DEALER IN Wines, Brandies, Cms, Etc.. cEtc, A revolution lias broken out in the Artfontino Republic and some hearv fighlinif took place at Boiinos Avres " saturaay. A revolutionary govern Tho Houso has appoiuleU a coin- uient lias ooon lonueU, mittoe of five to investigate l'ension Commiiwioiier Raiim and tho regular ODiiual aciuidul is about to be brought to light iu that department of the goveruiiient. The Hopkiusville American lias not yet attempted to - defend the Boyd defalcation, but is tryinjj to CHAMBERLAIN'S E ye and Skin Ointment. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes, Tetter, Suit Rheum, Scald Hisid, Old Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, 1'mirio Scratches, Sore Nipples and Piles. It is cooling aud soothing.. Hundreds of easea have been cured hv it nflnr nil other tnutt- direct public attention by dunlins; in meut had fuiled. 25 and 50 cent busa and campaign lios. ; I boxes forsale by Buckner Leavell. I Beth the method aud results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and lrfreshiiig to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the lUdueys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy ana agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mode it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Fips is for sale in 50c 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 iu Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. IAH rtlAHCISCO, C4L loumiut.it. i,cm tout. .r. ' KnosphaledGelaifi. This him now chtalXslird iti-elf the liuest Ue.'utiuo in the v.oikl. SHREOED COCOANUT Equal to the Fresh N'ut. FRUIT PUDDINE, tor ice ireuin it is LnetpiaU'rt. THE CREAfTvCOON TEA. It Has Taken hard trying to get a toa at a low price to suit the public, for ICED TEA. WE'VE GOT IT. NOURSE & MOORE, I TELEPHONE 11. P. O. BLOCK. I Grove's Tasteless Chill Tg?c ft .-'. ..rTi'-'i'' -a !i,i.W1.''-.,...''-'.;'vA rr- 'M - - J. rs -f - -v. . J..-J- JJ i.l-..T-.'-'-3.' It Is plsatant to Utt tAiU as lemra yrop. Tbs insllttt tnhnt will tcts It si sr know ids ncdioins. Ctiildrsa nj for it. Kovtr falls to oaro. Chilli oboo broken will not rstarn. Cost von only bait tko pt.cool otktr Chill Toniits. Xo qninint astdsd. Io pargtUT noedod, Conuins no poison. Cheaper than qninino. Itputifios tht blood and removal all malarial poiion from the lyiten. It is as Urge as anj dollar tonio and RETAILS FOB 60 CEWTS. W AHHANTED Ttia as-ni.la rra alrllrl IrH l-k It fv ;aur Chill T"nln to chllrlnn who paii- uu iwarinr mu x ani-.i, naii,a kai rtiruuW flhllH tor pnutitlo pan, mte of ih'tn r.,r j-u. ak4 wiihli Dirt iil. fur lriMi)i. wl'h it.- r(ar. T"" 'J 9rf. h' l"l sad rv IIOOERS & ELGIN, HopkiusviUo, Ky. , V. HTUatUX, m. u N. T0BTN & CO., ii V.:' .11 ... sn. .lull If t 7 irntrnrB i i. . i uu n n - . mSBi tin OPERA BUILDINC, , r tcc'al Ittmtlon 3Iven tOrdera from a lstanc, :pt6:i IflTartiiw needinir anvthinir in thei- line would do well to call and sea their stock liefore purchasing elsewhere. 1-81-ly AVe carry a cnuii1ctc stmk of Cifrars, Tolmccos, PIih-s, Etc. Sola agrnte for Sai h-Prudi'iis Alea, A. T. 0, and Alt and All", A. U Iiniln & Co's To baccos aud Crcwout llrewliijf Qu's Cole'iratcd Herr. ?(;ive in I tall. PIWEIIS UY MAIL OlVF.it I'KO.MIT ATTENTION. ' Sign-Big Black Bear. CL AJRKSVILLE - ' - " TENK Tuos. Ukbsdo. Ton. P. Majos. HERND0N & MAJOR, -PIIOPRIETOBS- i. '( a? it. range co wareMse, Clarksville, Tennessee.- Special Attention to Sampling & Selling Tobacco. ' . Liberal Advances Made on Consignments. ; ROBT. B. WITHERS. TRAVELING SOLICITOR. A Prni'ticul Businwis Colleffo. No Sido Issues. Thirty years 1 BuniiioNS mnn at the head. Bus-' Iness from the word go. , Young '' ' T Men and Women thoroughly fitfixl ' j I for biisinesH life. One thousand -dollars gained at small outlay."" Siitidfuetion guaranteed to the students who mean Luminous. .School open , bill tho your. Prof. Curmck s splendid new IutoreHt inelhdds taught free toatudeiila llWWI'fciUl Dou't deluy but eutor ul onco and get ready for grand opportunities. Kuferencea, thoiisands of graluatos making a success of life. . i ('. . ( S. 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