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1 iV . CHAS. M. MKA.CHAM. ,TjBSCr?T10I II 4 TE I ADVillOE. OB.i 1 JO " "' 0,0' TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10,1890 Thl.itf lire bm:U hiimof BjII :n... m. rv, PiiiiMnnali. failed Sat- Jfll.lUI V- v ' urdoy for 1400,000. Gen.Lyo nhaving declined to accept 1.a nlace of Warden of the Eddy- Tilln Denitontiary, Mr. C. L. Curry, or Morfranfleld, Union county, has been appointed Warden, and Samuel O. Nunn, of Crittenden couuiy, vep uty Warden. The weekly treasury statement bow that Clevolaud'a $100,000,000 aurplus has beon whittled down to JIZGOO.OOO aiuce Harrison took charge of it. When pending; appropriation bills are passed thoro will be an actu Tho news from Berlin is that a re action airainst Dr. Koch's consump tion cure has set in Five patients have died aoon after the injection of the lymph, and this, coupled with the fact that there has been no certified cure, has intensified the feeling against it The Con. Con. has done at least one thing that the Keniuoeian can heartily approve, in providing for a secret ballot) but it is greatly to be leared that the bad features of the new constitution will so greatly out. weigh its good points that the whole instrument will be rejected. If it goos to the people without a simple nl mtisfactonr "open clause, iw de feat is a foregone conclusion. , fion. Wade Hampton will retire from the Senate next March an old man. noor and cripplod. Of late Tears he has lived upon his sala ry as a Senator and his defeat will leave him in straighteuod circumstan ces. He has done long and faithful Henries for South Carolina, both in times of war and peace, aud it must be n jrriovous disappointment to him in his old age to be shoved aside to make mom for a youngernkn. . Col. Young, Chairman of the Com mittee on Corporations, has submitted a report recommending that the leg islative boards of cities having but one board should be elected from the eity at largo. This would destroy (he ward system, by which it is mado possible fjrthe taxpayers of many cities like Bowling Green, Hopkini- villo, Faducah and Danville to con trol the city. In Hopkinsville for in stance six out of seven wards, in which nineteen-twentieths of the properly is located, are Democratic. In the otLer wards, where there is a col ored majority of three hundred, a vote has for years been piled up large enough under tho old order of things to control tho entire city and fill tho offices with the most malignant parti nans of the Republican party, black and wLite. For the first time sueKo lion has just been held undr the ward system and the city has been rescued from such domination. The adoption of Col. Young's report would destroy white supremacy in Hopkinsville as well as in numbers of other cities, aud such a clause in the constitution would call down upon it the opposition of the Democratic vote in all such cities. The Conven tion will make more than a mistake, it will commit a stupid bluuder, if it adopts such a clause, and it is ear nestly to be hoped that this portion of the report will be rejected by the Con vention. THE CRAFT. The Bowling Green Democrat got out a double edition Saturday. E. K. hultz, of Ohio county,expocU to move his Alliance paper from Hart ford to Owensboro about Jan. 1. The Sturgis Enterpruteol last week was a big odiliou of twelve pages filled with holiday advertisements. j Many of the smaller weeklies will, fuil to appear next week on account j of the old-fashioned custom of miss ing an issue Christinas week. The Cnlhoon Courier has been re vived with V. P. Stnteler and L. P. Tanner as editors aud proprietors. It starts out with a twelve page issue. Mr. Washington Mcl.cun, father of Juo. R. MoLeau, editor and proprie tor of the Cincinnati Mntiuirer, died Monday aged 74 years. The Breckonridgo A'etcs .is now one of tho neatest and handsomost papors iu Kentucky. Iu make-up and typo graphical appearance it ia a model newspapor. Laurie J. Blakely, of the Covington CummoiiutuliU, contributes to the Louisville Times a poem entitled 'My Sweetheart,'' which shows real poetic talent. The Madisonvillo Unity Oril, aftor a sliort aud fitful curoor, has stopped publication aud tho plant has been cold to the Earlingtoa Hue. The Oril was published by W. C. Scott aud Republican iu paliticj. The office of the Lebanon Standard and Tiiut4 was destroyed by fire last ek. " Tho pBper will of courae be put on ita feet again, but it ought to fail to revive about halt of Its cumbor aoine pame, - 'TuaUivenaborQ Jei0r publiih i tbia u a warner to the cewapaper boys, few if aqjr of when will bo takeu in liv if: "An Eastern imtont uhhii- cine liriu which would akin a flua for , its hide and tallow, if we may judge from its potty meanness in making advertising contracts, sends us au al lege 1 interview with il nianagof, which makos two columns in solid nonpareil, relating how ho rigged the bears in the Loudon stock market which it asks us to print complimen tary. The whole thing is an ingen ious effort to anvorlise the nnn s ous- inoss, but wo eipect to aoo some muni rv rjaners taken in by it. It is a rare specimen of gall. In spito of the fulling temperature in the northwest, the followers o. Re cumbent Taurust.at last accounta,were still tripping tho light fantastic toe in the intricate mazes of their super natural recreatious. Tim lain of health are taught in the in thesckoola;but not in a way lobe of much practical benefit and are never illustrated by living examples, which in many cases might easily be done. If some scholar, who had just contract ed a cold, was brought before the n-hnnl. so that all could hoar the dry loud cough and know ita significance, no (he thin white coating on the lininie and later, as the culd deve- loiied, seo the profuse watery ex iMctoration and thin watery discharge from the nose, not one of thorn would ever forget what the first symptoms of a cold wore. The scholar should thou lie givou Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely, UiBt all might seo that oven a severe com couiu ue cureu in two davs. or groat ly miti- rrnijwt when nrouerlv treated as soon as the first symptoms appear. This remedy is famous for it's ores of coughs, oolds aud croup. It u made especially for these disomies and is the most prompt and most reliable medi cine known for the purpose. 50 cent ottlos for f ale by Bucknor Leavell, The biggest ad in to-day's paper is the half sheet supplement of .those enterprising druggista, Messrs. Rog ers if Elgin. This is comparatively a now firm, but it is rapidly forging to the front of the drug trade in the city. Dr. P. T. Rogers, the senior member, is a pharmacist of long and successful experience, aud his part ner, Mr. Waller S. Elgin, is one of our best and most substantial young men. They offer some capital induce ment for holiday trade in their ad vertiseuient and we choorfully com mend the firm to the public as being thoroughly reliable and trustworthy in every respect. Mr. W. H. Olvey, a most capable jeweler, is located in tho front cf their large store room where be is offering some groat bar gains in jewelry His stock is com- prehensivo aud embraces a good as sortment cf fine watches, clocks, sil verware, etc. Pay him a call before purchasing anything in this lino. Why to Select th Best. Physicians claim that pure Sour Mash Whisky taken in moderation is beuificial to one's health. Kentucky is noted for its pure Sour Mash Whis keys and while there are quite a num ber of irood brands on Ihtt market, the old Silas Jones Whisker, of which! Laz Simon & Jo., or Louisville, nv., are the Solo Proprietors, is espociallj' recommonded for its medicinal quali ties. J. II. Durando'a Gom Jewelry Store is one of tho places that you should'not fail to visit in selecting Holiday presents. . His stock is large aud well selected aud bis prices as low as the lowest. Mr. Durando has boon engaged in business here for two years or more and his goods have without exception given entire satisfaction. He has proven himself not only popular with the people but responsible in his recommondalio.is of goods. Ho makes a spocialty of fine engraving and engraves all goods sold by hiin froe of charge if neslro. He also has a nice lino of bisque figures which are givoft an souvenirs to all bis customers. Hoail his big ari. in to-day's papor and give him a call. CITY COURT NEW3. Big Increase of Butineis Over Last Rsport. Wyatt, Henry and William Jones, unlawful trespass, trial set for to day, and Col. A. H. Clark retained us counsel. Robert, Sam aud Samantha Rus sell, assault and broach of the peace, trial set for to-day. W. C. Graves, drunk, dismissed. Graves was an umbrella uutndor, aud on a promise that he wonld Wave the! city was permitted to goon his way. Wm. Lovier, drunk, usual lino Lowis Trice, col., assault, recog nized in a $101 bond' for his appear ance to-duy. Frnuk Allen, same, same. Alex. Lovier, drunk, fined usual amount. Geo. Witty, same, same, . Two other cases plain drunk, fined $5 and costs, each. Paid. J. N. HdoHor, disorderly, fined $8 and costs. Goo. Armstrong, col., disorderly, fined $10. Jim Bradley drunk, fined $5 and costs. Monroe ithers.dnmk and disorder ly, not disKwed of. Jim Kichardson, drunk, fined Si and cost. Will Terrill, col, broach of tho poace, lino! 10 aud costs. Ed Bradshow, col., contempt of court, finod $2.50. ' V' Potor Boyd, C. o. d. w. and drawing same. Recognized in , a $100' bond for his oppeurance Saturday to au swer for same. - Eliza Williams and N. Christian, both colored, breach of the peace, case not disposed of. Tht fMf. Haralin'a farna comedy presenting Paul M. Totter and Harry Li. Hamliu'a HtrakiiiK anecosa, "The Faki appears1 H is a i at the Opera House to-night. strong comedy organization, and talent means anything ought to oven eclii4e the record made laU Bcasou. H nrriiulll ' whom OVerVljOUV knows, heads the list of tho Indies. Miss Harrison has played everything j fmm drama to liuht oncra and has it . .1... .. ,, II... !W and ' .. -"" . -- Imst Yum Ynm soon in this country, Jouette St Henry a beautiful woman,' has sung with all principal comic opera companies, blio was ial seen horo with Henderson a ' Gondoliers company Helen Reimer, a clever act ress, who has won distinction in tho Hoyt companies, will have a promi nent part. Annie Sutherland, prima douna; Jennie Eddy, a viva -iou j dan- w.. A.iniA Trrtl.inar.il a urtllderrul soprano, and Dudie Tracy, a blight j soubrette, constitute the elemental of femalo bvelinms and musical worth. Tho gmtloaien are: Mr. T. J Crouin. who is an actjr of versatile resources, and is sure tobeoomo popu lar here: Alf. C Wheolan, well krown as a character actor aud stago maim ger,Goorge B.Ui'son, Into of tho Dixie company; John Bunny, aceentnc com edinu; John Gilroy, dancer, and Goorire Mitcher, tonor, aro other ac quisitions to the comedy forces. The firm of Thompson & Meador, hardware dealers, are In tho swim with the advertisers and huve a fow facta for the benefit of tho public as well as themselves, which should be read to be appreciated. Mr. Meador, the jun ior member, is a man of tine business tact and keeps his stick inelegant trim. Mr. Thompson is a man long exierienced iu the business, and this establishment calls for more thun a patting notice. It u soldoji ona's privilege to inspect a more complete lino of goods than that carried by this well known and outorpnsing firm. Thoir atock of chiuaware is the lar gest in tho city and thoir line of cul tery, iron, window glass, steel, wall paper and window shades far exceeds most stocks of similar goods in much larger cities. Givo thorn a call aud look through. Our readers ip looking ovor the advertising columns of thii issue, should not fail to read what Gee. O, Thompson, the plonear furniture man, has to say to the people. Mr. Thomp son has been in tho business many years aud has mado a reputation for his house for reliability and fair deal ing which is quite enviable. His atock consists of every article em braced in the furniture calendar, and prices asked are as reasonable 84 such goods can be sold for. Mr. Thomp son makes a specialty of tho under taker's business, which liua is plao l under the supervision of Mr. W. X. Ducker, a gentleman of long experi ence in that particular lino. Its Excellsut gualities Commend to public approval the Califouia liquid fruit remedy Srrup of Fig. It is pleasing to the eyo. and to the taste and by gently acting on the kidneys, livor and liowels it cleanses the systom effeutually.tbereby promoting ilia nealln and couirorc oi all who use it. Tha attention of all U nowoallod to the fact that Chrutmai is near at hand and the question often arises what to get as a suitable pro.Miit for your lady friend aud whore to buy it. Hopper Bros., booksellers and sta tioners, insert au "ad" iu this wiui in which they give some valuaU in formation on this p irticulur point. Their line of books, fine stationery, wall paper, window sbud.n, etc., U complote in every particular and thoy invite an inspection bjf ro tha Holi day is upon us. D.)u't fuil to givo tljouj call it wil pay you. How's Thi! WeolTer Ono Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hull's Ca tarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. We, llio undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tho lait 15 ) ear, and lielievo him perfectly honor- dlilo in all duisiirhs transactions and finnncmllv nl.1.1 tn carry nnt. nnv nl.l.. Uttiio.i made bv their firm. west K ' m:AX v uolesnlo UniggisU, Toledo, 0,Waldino, Kin!as fe M.invis, vyiiomhuio urutfgiH, Toledo, (J. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tuken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Prico 7io per, bottlo. Sold by all Druggists. Morris Cohen has greatly increased bis stock of dry goods, clothing, boots an I shoes, notions, gents' furnishing goods, etc., and invites an iusjkX'tion through tho columns of the extra to day. Ho announces that ho must close out his immense stock, ai ho expects to quit that branch of til business, giving his entire timo and attention iu future to tho other lines. It would be a goxl timo to strike him for bargains now, as ho always Bi sects that what bo advortises ho will surely do, so seo him at once. Don't fail fail to read the big ad of John R. Green & Co., tun wido-awnke implement men. Tl.ey have one of tho largest business establishments in the city and oilor many f.pecialt ios in nil chlaery that cannot bo obla'uod elso whem. They aro reliable in all re spects aud full credeuco can bo given to what thoy say to tho public Tho insolvent, bunks of Clarksvillo havo stockholders scattered all over this county. Some heavy losers ore in this city, Poinbroko aud Fairview. Among the dupositors Jno. T. Boddie, Austin Peay and others tyst very large amount. enr M. KtaiiVjf wiU WHrTatlTa Aud.toriuin 10 ixuiviiie next, xnura day night, on his exploratiqng iu the linenor in iiru-a. n fi will boqiiite au event iu that city. A COOD THING I To our friends aud cusl. mars: We are pliwxl to inform you that we now have a sure cure fur chills, which is perfectly sweet. It has uot.-vste at all. It will cure an case of Chills. Quit akiug the bitter (Till Tomes, and M ' ' " " "n'' "T"? i:ill euro" rnoe oocenu. uiie nov tie hfslds enough to euro two or three cases oi I lulls, l onie ana in us show it to you. Your Friend, AH CKXEH IU. Uopkinsvillo, Ky DEATHS. Willis n Gray died at h's home near Fairview Sunday, of i onsump tioo, aged 40 yea a. He lea res a wife aud sever jLrbikbvn. Bud Dillman, sou of Mr. H. C. Dill man, of Uernd m.diej at the house of his father Sunday morning, of epilep sy , aged about 30 years. He had been afflicted for several years and his death waa not unexpected. Col. S. M. Starling died at his home two miles north of the city Sunday, of throa' trouble, aged 83 years. De ceased had been in feeble health for several months, but it was not though' that death would result so suddenly. COLOIED. The wife of narry Coleman died in the city Sunday night, aged 35 years. Three-year old child of Aquilla Ma soc died near Beverly Saturday night. A two-year-old child of Jno. Mar- ahall died in the city Sunday night. Rachel Anderson died near Howell yesterday morning at the advanced ago of 103 years. She was a former slave of Peter Anderson and had been true and faithful during her time, anal all during her life she bad enjoyed the respect ol all wno knew ner Dotn wniie und black. ONE J31VJOYS &r-th the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and ifrl.iug to' the taste, and acta E'liuy yet promptly on the luuucys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually. dixils colds, head aches aud fevers and cum habitual son;tijation. Syrup of Figs if the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleading to the taste aad ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt ia its action and truly beneficial in ita tliccts, prepared only trom tne moil healthy and agreeable substances, ita nuuiy excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottjes by all leading drug gut. Any reliallo druggist who may not have it on band will pro cure it promptly for any one who wulics to try U ' Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO. $m nMcmo. cal. uvismu. nr. new rout. t.r. S TO EM, 0 The fwtive Christmas Season ia up on us and it .behooves all those who arc going to welcome Old Santa Clans to provide substantial fare for the Good natured Old Heathen Give him Plum Pudding and Cake made of our finest. RAISINS, CURRANTS, VALEXCIAS, SULTANAS, CITRON, ORANGE, and LEMON PEEL. FRUIT COLOR, EXTRACTS, FIGS. McKinley, McGinty, Annie Itoouey, and Marguerette never pat took of our Numberless Delicacies, hence their untimely Ddmiso. TO INSURE LONG LIFE and prosjierity EAT ONLY PURE AND WHOLE SOME GOOD3. A "iniuJ disease" is b,ad 'tis truo, Wo know beyqud a rjtiostion; t Thoreforo avoid this sad, sad stale By improviug your digostion. l-ff Call on or write to the purveyors of PURE 1VJDH ONLY. ; NOURSE a MOORE HOPKINS Y1LLK, KY. fas THE BEST I IVrTtj yyjr aa aaia CHILL CURE. : CBEAl'UtT HKniOINt; KSIOTVM CONSIOERINa OUALITV Nt till Of 0O9. XT WILL OUIIM BILIOUSNESS, DVSPtPgiO, AMO OBSOMIO COKBTirATIOM. ROGERS & ELGIN, DsuaaitTS. : Hopkinsville, Ky. a i-ta ,. Os, .fr WAS "TO What Is CtU U Pa Saaal PHrlrt tit, aaAjwlek em for Iafat.' a- ClOHm'l Cll)it- 8vprior to Cao-. CU. Panyarto mr Kar to Syraaa. Chtldr "fry tnr Catoria. M'J Maaa a Hataara Wlr-a Citarla. . ... J. . na rVKr. CWaUraUca l fta HuaKk iHafrlHpa. Kmc4ka.1 Otn. aaaKky aWp : alai a rttaamna Tn Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic MANUFACTURED BY PARIS UiTDICniE CO FORMERLY OP PAT7I&, TCKN. POR SHLG BY ROGERS & ELGIX, HopkiusviUa, Ky. Successor to Chus. McKee $ Co.) itrannra f,3 A A Having purchased the entire stock ol Chas. McKee & Cr "Tho Grocers," I desire to announce to the public that I V7iil ket-p the largest an4 freshast stock of Staple and Fan cy Groceries kept by any hous in the city. The former reputation of th- houso 'the choicest, freshest goods fcr the least money,' will be fully sustained, if not excelled. I am now rec6iv.ng the-n'cast line ol Fan cy Groceries, Fruits and Confectioneries foj the Christmas trade ever opened up in tht city, and they will bs sold at prices that deij competition. Soliciting the patronage of the public, I am, Very Respectfully, N. L. McKEE, "The Grocsr." PEOPLES WAREHOUSE :, HA BERY & SHRYER, PROPR'S, BSfSand Enth, ( Hopkins vijle, Ky Careful attention jrtTcn to MmiiHnjt anl wlllnr on f bacco In nlr. lotnl JA11 Tobacco Irwurod UnleHs Uthonviso luHtructod. SOLID PIECES Of Sterling Silver Inlaid In tha backs SPOONr fr --Forks At Mill KM IqOMtti WW , jjid tan piartp roua time ai HIAVV At To War i9 Vaara. :u mi i itrnm MORE DURABLE tmam uanr Htcrllnir Hllvor mo hot HALF THE COST. EACH ARTICLE IS STAMPED "imuiKntiii'ii"' TOBACCO Wi II cooo a Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Personal AUontlq.-i Tq All Tobaeco. Caldwell -MANtricTjREaa or- GOiZEO ID, CORNiCE, WIDOW CK . ossn,' uoi, wot n m i wi, ' in nuuna is Tinware, Glassware. ':QascaraaraT Call ery srd Lamp.' JTlatlw St. . XtopklaavtUa. Ky. NAT U UTIIKK, lla.ia.vr. THENAT-UITHSRCO., saeea Cemmisioa : ' Merdi jyFour Montha' Free Storage. Cn)paUU(. M aUPeNTaOr taitUiy prr-iipUua Jawas U " H. A. Kmc. M !.. II 1 bk. Oxfonl A, Uronkajro, H.Y. CxjrTAcm Cburevxr, TT Homy 8L. Knr Tork. is as i loaix-.t ta ths U. j as Laoj i yrup. T.i: fc-mllc-it Ir.f.nt tJ;c It ar.J ne-vrf kiK-w it i UMMiciue. C:!Jtvn c.v ( r ir. Oi lijonce b:uk-!T-KI rot rrtura. Co.'t ya or!y lull piwc cl of v Oill tor.ij. No qLiai.ie .-cOiu. I'o rarat.4 iw.-J. Ccutiitos no K.r;oi. It plili tl.e M-.J K.liuvtS 0!t Kalarial prison Ire ai tlie vvt.-ra. It li a La.,d as any o:Ur to..:': an-J RETAILS FCU 50 CEHTS. '"'kVJM t IX ILK. ' ' -j I'LMSV artrtl iO U" aW'U ( 1 1 leMth.in-.-BiJ. I i rflrr'i"iVa i?i ti. ut ti m t'-!:t tcil -ta .,,a.rl"riitl T r4 rwattT aI Mim slrrt. Iin.r- I lhrar.1.' h; ! lor Du.aU. a tm.t. iut cf Utn.i I. -.f. a tritttiH thr ( fr Wifiini i-s 4V.11. -1 T..m ' th a,.- Sa au.l W.r . a, . b4tr CAataka. It aVl-ol Ilai ll..-u.t. u c. CT. LOUIS, HO.' fc a hi U ,U M1J I. V- ' ' nil tobaccn ronU:tr 1 1" . a Iramf quartt in for U'Otiii jik) tt'fiiiiJticty. A MINTED GUARANTEE wlM be given with ejr!i ot 'd li I alo kci. cite lfldt ui.Uc ortp.llir.'. ciit AXD 0111ZH BRANDS. ki.so the Solid 0ih?o CaU aad e-a:iiiiin samplos ot th a'wve soo-ls, and avo'd buj injf go.id: that aro Uoiu( iniare;jrosi?iiUd t-j you every day. SALESMAN, AdvaiK'oa To R.'.i;ib'o Pjrti-. & Eandb, i'Jg ,;,.eiXlltv..J..Jii.WlKJtl.l',l,...J Fall and Winter Olete. Wo are rmuving daily the largest stock of Men's, Youths' and Boyo' Clothing! Id Tricots, Cheviots, English Diagonals, and made eqiml to home taiWs work, in the latest atylra and nita, fr all alze men, that was over broiM to thin city. Our Ions exjK.rieni-o in the CLOTHING BUSINESS and eoni'oc'.iou with hol,.,a!.. honsea has enah'-d ua to buy thew B'wl i-lcaer price than any m.-r. l:ant in .Sontheru KeutuoKy qui l-iy theni, an. in prices wo defy all comix-titi.111. th.r lmer, dipt. l'ye. in now in tho J'.aat pickintrup baruina that w.ll remind you that the K-l 'M " ar wma back ntfaiu. With Produce High and Goods Low the Tanners of Christian rour.ty can once more enjoy a J"r f rP'f'yj wbk-h the, havo not bad the pleasure uf doing for li.e years. Our line of . iPurjiisIiing Ctoocls , i Complete. We Have a KaiNmu amlChoap I-'"f CHILDREN'S 0L0THIH0, Giving with each S2.50 Suit a Iva'.itiful I'a:!or rWol. OUR HAT AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS have by no miaua K-en negl.tt.Hl, and iva can safely jfiiarant.v that you can g t better gx;Ui for tho :iir:ie money from uhUihu any houo in tho city. OUR JOB COUNTERS CONTAIN SIXTY SUITS AT HALF l'lUCE. EXTRAOKDIXAItX BAIIUAINS. Call and rJiamino for yourself! Tieii, pyi, mm i 1ML EXTRA, imh ar S3aer DEALER IN Whiskies, Wines. AVo cam- a complete stock of Citrar, Tobareos, Plpna, Ktff. 8ulc njcnU for Sach-rrndciia AIc, A. T. 9, and baccoa and Croocent IJif-vIng Los Lcici-ratcct liiois. Oive u a call, OlIUEIW BY MAIL GiVKX rUOMJ'T ATTKNTION. Sign-Big Black Bear. CLARKSVILLE TENN. iiLiiiTii 0 II. J. IIUKT, rnOPKIETOK. RATE 3: 01 50 to $2 00 PER DAY. COTt. TWELFTH AXD MAIN STREETS. S rjitt(i- Uwb .1, M. A f. nn:t L, K. t St. t .Siuui'u 1-uloA t nloa lCtit. ffifiUxvt Cnwatuihe .torn Every NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL, . Under Entirely New Mauaeroenr, C LARKS VI LUC, TEX.Y. ' IIcMtcd by Sicam-aiitl all Modern Improycnicnts. Centrally lociteil. titriV-t cars lo tho Di pjU anih,!l parts of tho city every 15 m'u il'. Special attention tn f.'jmm.inial Travelers.' Good .Sample IIoniiiM. Table sitpplicd with tho b;ut tlio uiarktt a!fi.r(K Clean Beds a .ipi'ciulty. j. y. c.vi.ANiss, K.a-.jp.r. nALLUMS; En-,v.R:3s & MoRnow, Props, Etesant t'Mlan.1 uin:aa Hall .ti.ielu.l. BYANT & STRATTON Bssikess College Km h Krrplnn. Short Hnnd, T'lrnKtlihn, Ar. Wrllofur C.WIu.ow.l (..'rmi(lo,.. STRICTLY CASH AND ONE PRICE. IN So,, Prop's. randies, Gins, Etc., Be, Alf nn.l Alf. A. L. Iiinlii is Co' T"- L. Uot. LOU!SViUE,KY. five SHiuitca fur til jmrU ot the Clty.! I I 1 f C 1 I IT If f W il t V V IkfLtl t T