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iallishea Tuesday and Friday Mornings
Local reading notices 20 cents perltne
Special localsS cents Una each insertion
-Bates forstandlngadrertlsements furnished
TUESDAY MAY 16 1899-
For Railroad Commissioner
of HopkiusCounty
Torney Ginl Taylor have an
nounced bisself fur Governor sure
The Mayor five Councilmen and
the City Clerk of Beattie Kausas
-are women
The charge of the Courier Journal
that John Whalleu has pledged the
84 votes of Louisville to Stone has
not been corroborated in any other
JLouisville paper
Mr Ben Watt of Bowling Green
lias announced as a candidate for
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion subject to the action of the
Democratic State Convention
Gov Mount of Indiana a Repub
lican has declared himself in favor
of free trade as a remedy for trusts
We must have competition he
says even if it comes from
The wreck Friday night on the
Philadelphia and Reading railroad
at Exeter six miles south of Read
ing Pa was the worst ever known
n that State Twenty nine dead
and fifty injured some so badly
they may not recover is the full re
Dr J P Greene who has been
elected to succeed Dr W H Whit
sitt at the Southern Baptist Theo
logical Seminary will not announce
his deciion until after his return
home Dr Whitsitt will probably
engage in literary work
In his speeech at Muufordsville
Gen Hardin charged that Senator
Goebel voted against anti trust leg
islation n 1890 Goebel in an in
terview at Frankfort Sunday de
nounced the charge as absolutely
false and said lie would pay his
respect- to Gen Hardin at Win
chester yesterday Capt Stone
spoke at Lexington yesterday and
lie too probably had something to
say about the fresh roast Gen
Hardin gae him
Prominent Young Attorney and
Popular Lady Harried
Last Night
Mr John C Duffy the well known
young attorney and Miss Nannie
Byars the pretty and popular
daughter of Mrs Sallie H Byars
were united in marriage at the
home of the brides mother on South
Main street at 930 oclock last
The ceremony was performed by
Dr W K Piner in the presence of
a limited number of the friends and
relathes of the couple
Mr and Mrs Duffy left on the 10
24 p m train over the L N for
St Louis and from there they will
go by boat to Mississippi jAfter
spending a few days in the Matter
state they will go to Memphis and
will be at home to their friends in
this city after June 1
Matrimonial Event Takes Place
Near Kelly Station
A Sunday marriage took place at
the home of the brides parents
near Kelly at 9 oclock Sunday
the contracting parties being Mr
William D Walker and Miss Nettie
Kistner Esq B F Fuller per
formed the ceremony
Christians Representatives
Dr Jno D Clardy Judge M D
Brown and Mr E Croft have
been appointed to represent Chris
tian county at the State Commercial
Convention which meets in Louis
ville on the 29th inst
Messrs J B Galbreath R M
Anderson N Zimmer H W Tibbs
Jno Y Owsley and C E Graves
are attending the Knights Templar
Conclave at Louisville this week
Distinguished Citizen and Bank
er of New York Passes Away
Severe Attack of Acute Indiges
tion is Supervened by Heart
New- York May 12 Ex Gov
Roswell P Flower died to night at
1030 at the Eastport Country Club
at Eastport R I Mr Flower was
taken ill early in the day with a
severe attack of acute indigestion
In the afternoon symptoms of heart
failure supervened amd he grew
steadily worse until the time of his
The attack of heart failure was
accompanied by a fainting spell
and Mr Flowers family in New
York was quickly notified When
they arrived at Eastport Mr
Flower had somewhat recovered
but to night the attack of heart fail
ure was marked and Mr Flower
became unconscious an hour or
more before his death
Roswell Pettibone Flower was
born in Theresa Jefferson County
N Y Aug 7 1835 Roswell was
the sixth of nine children and when
his father died he was 8 years old
He worked with his brothers on two
farms his mother owned and spent
his time between school sessions in
the hardest kind of labor
Good authorities estimate that
Mr Flowers profits in the last
eighteen months in Wall street
have exceeded 10000000 He had
become in that time the acknow
ledged speculative leader in the
financial markets of the United
Mr Flower married Sarah Wood
ruff a daughter of Morris M
Woodruff of Watertown on Dec
26 1859 Threechildren were horn
of whom only one survives Emma
Gertrude who is the wife of JohnB
Taylor Mr Flower had been for
years one of the wardens of St
Thomas Episcopal Church in Fifth
Coming in His Best Lecture Fri
day night
The N O Picayune pays thiis
tridute to Bob Taylor
Great is the power the magnetic
attraction of a heart brimful of that
love whose effulgence comes from
the pure and divine radiance of the
home beyond the skies where dwells
the Father A heart whose
chords are responsible to the melo
dies that angels sing around the
throne of him whocame to his earth
as the son of God and lived and
suffered and died like the humblest
of mortals teaching the sublime
lesson of the fatherhood of God and
the brotherhood of man a heart
overflowing with sympathy and
benevolence charity and mercy
draws humanity to him as surely
and as irresistibly as the earths
center exerts its immutable law of
This is the secret of Ex Governor
Bob Taylors wonderful popularity
This is the keynote to the remarka
ble force which radiates from his
genial personality and holds all
minds captive This is the talis
man the open sesame he possesses
and of which he has made such al
truistic and merciful use while he
was governor of Tennessee
Gov Taylor will be at the Opera
House next Friday night in his
new and best lecture Love
Laughter and Song Tickets on sale
at Postal Telegraph office 75 50 35
and 25 cents
Deafness Cunnot he Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of thenar
There is only one way to cure deaf
neasaudthatis bycon titutional rem
edies Deafness is caused by au
inflamed condition of the mucoui
lining of the Eustachian Tuba When
this tn Up gets infl med you have a
rumbling souud or imperfect hearing
aud when it is entirely closed deaf
ness is the result and unless the in
llamation eau be taken out aud this
tube restored to its normal condition
hearing will be destroyed forever
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrah which is nothing but an in
filmed condition of the mucous sur
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness caused by
catarrh that cannot be cured by
Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir
culars free
F J Cuenev u Co Toledo O
Sold bv DniCErista 7fc
Halls Fai lily Pill are the best
3 f W Ti
New Time Card on This Division
of the L N
A new time card went into effect
on this division of the L N yes
terday morning The departure
of only two trains from this place
is affected by the change Train
No 53 the St Louis fast mail
which formerly arrived here at 635
a m now arrives at 600 a m
and reaches Nashville at 829 a m
The north bound Chicago Limited
which formerly passed here at 909
p m now departs at 933 p m
The accommodation leases on the
old time but only stops at Guthrie
15 minutes for breakfast reaching
Nashville at 9 oclock in the morn
ing instead of 935
The usual connection for Louis
ville Elktonr Clarksvtlle and mem
phis will be made at Guthrie
Under the new time card Cedar
Hill Greenbrier Ridge Top and
Goodletsville are made ffag sta
tions for No 5 the St Loute fast
mail and tickets- can be secured
for those points but No 54 the
north bound fast mail will mot stop
at the places named
A Aloving Train And Got Some
Bad Bruises
Crofton May 15 W JLucian
Moore of near Kelly got omthe L
N train at Kelly this morning to
come to this place Just before the
trained reached the depot Moore
jumped off antLfalling on his head
sustained some ugly bruises
He said he had been toldthe train
did not stop ai Crofton and thought
he would take no chances on being
carried by
His injurias were attended to
They are painful but not serious
For Whoopiug Cough Asthma
Bronchitis or Consumption no med
icine equals COUSSENTS HONEY
OF TAR Price 25 aud 50 eta For
sale by R C Hardwick druggist
Now on Sale
Tickets for the Bob Taylor lec
ture were put on sale this morning
at the office of the Postal Telegraph
company The price of seats will
be 25 35 50 and 7S cents
Mens Hats all the
latest styles We are
making some extraor
dinary low prices see
them before yon buy
The BioJiards Co
Armour meat it is juicy ten
der sweet Have you tried it
If not do so at once It will
please you
Cold Storage Meat Co
See our line of White
G oods Gloves Fans
and Slippers for com
mencement outfits
Our prices are the
The Richards Go
Account Soldiers home coming
rally and old time Fiddlers Contest
the I C R R will sell Round Trip
tickets to Paducah on May 24th
and 25th at rate of One and One
Third fare Return limit May
Account Annual Meeting South
eastern Tariff Association the I C
R R will sell round trip tickets to
Old Point Comfort on May 20th to
23rd inclusive at rate of One Fare
Return limit 15 days from date of
Colored Men Engage In Affray at
Montgomery One Shot
A difficulty occurred at Montgom
ery Trigg county Sunday morning
which may result in the death of
one of the participants The re
port comes that Ed Wilford and Cy
Gaines had a dispute and after hot
words had heen exchanged both
men pulled their guns and com
menced firing They exchanged
several shots at close range and
Gaines was hit in the breast The
wound is reported to be a very
dangerous one Wilford had not
been arrested at last accounts
Joe Munday the converted show
man lectured at the Court House
Sundaj afternoon to a full house
He took up a big collection He
went from here to Elktotu
Spring Unlocks
The Flowers
To Tairi iht Laughing SoS
And not even Nature would
allow the flowers to grow
and blossom to perfection
without good soiU Now
Nature and people are much
alike the former must have
sunshine latter must have
pure blood in order to have
perfect heaBh
Hoods Saraapaiilla cures blood trou
bles of all sorts It is to the human
jyatera what Bunafaino is to Nature
the destroyer ofi disease germs It
never disappoints
Poor The- doctor said there
were not seven drop of good blood In ray
body Hoods SfcrsaporlUa built nieup and
made rae at rone andiwnlL ScrsiREBitowN
16 Astor Hill Lynn Nfiasfh
Dyspepsia etCi A coorplicatlon of
troubles dyspepsia chronic catarrh and
Inflammation of tho stomactvrheumatlsra
until I took Sarsaparilla which
acted like magic Earaithoroaghly cured
w is heblky 1S74IV Ulhi XrDtnrtrVol
Rheumatlsrrtr My husband was
obliged to give up work on ocsonnt of rbeu
mattsra No remedy helped1 until he used
Hoods Safsaparillai which permanently
cured him It cured my daghter e ca
tarrh I Rive It to the children with Rood
results Mrs JiSMCMATa3tamf6rdPCt
cHciili Sime
it gf
Hoodt Will cure llrer till the nonlrrltatfagsad
only cathartic toulccwUti lloadtSaoaailla
Paris JlcdlclnCfCo St Ixjits Mo
flontlomcn Wo sold lost Tear 031 bottlos of
bauttht thrro rroas alrotwy tals rrar in all our ex
portcuro of II yenrs ia tbo drw business have
noTer cold nn urttclo tb vtg iTe saeti universal Balls
ticUon n juur ionic Yourtrnlr
Garten ml Flower Seeds
A new enterprise a strictly fijst
class complete aud exclusive seed
stone Mail Orders a Specialty
Call or send one ceutstanip for de
scriptive catalog aud price Vial Terms
strictly cas h OUiceand sales room at
Armstrongs furniture 9tore f th St
Night Office Discontinued
The Illinois Central has discon
tinued the night office at Dawson
Springs The change took place
Many a fair young child whose
pallor has puzzled the mother until
she has suspected rightly her darling
was troubled with worms has regaiu
ed the rosy hue of health with a few
MIFUGE Price 25c For aale by
R C Hardwick
Soldiers Return
Messrs Henry Foster and Gano
Terry who enlisted in the Fourth
Tennessee regiment have returned
to their homes here the regiment
having been mustered outof service
Unless a woman eat ullieieut
nourishing fojd she can neither gan
nor keep a good romplexiou Food
when digestei iq the base of all
health all strength aud all beauty
HiRBINE uill help digest hat you
eat anil givo you thn clear bright
beiiutiful skin of ln allh Price CO
and 75 cts For aale by R O
Questioned His Weight
The wife of Mr R E Foulkner
of Ilerndon presented her husband
with a fine boy a few days ago Bob
reported thatthe youngsters weight
was eleven pounds but some of his
neighbors claim tiat his scales had
been strained and dropped a few
notches He has been kept quite
busy receiving the congratulation
1 of hifriends
Cjaw Vrt tmjf
ThrrichmHiisttibiakev SHARPER
because It it s iuxpremelT Mieuim
Ths poor man- vhi key iMAhPER
because such fiol L kfy ihms
him The flinty uliishv i 11AU
PER becaiw pun- iilHtii huh
strengthening Svld ly XV R Lono I
Hupkiubvilw i
Icecream KitdH s unit i u short
uotice at Briimli Mr
Going to Take a Trip Soon
We are keadqimrif rt f r trunks mi
valises got un thing voi vvaait in
theFe goods from iht ct ipetii to the
Quest li ices i right good are
The BofKiNsviLLR Co
Best so hi wuter iu the cilj mrvnJ
at BrutuiifiMV
Nice civaui bread ami luuy cakes
atBninilifld rnuHr
Want a Good Pant Cheap
Coin ami eb our of lh m
Jeans Paul at 55c V SI 0 Cub-
simern an lmv at Sn15 mwd and
stout woil iiimir ami win weiir v
likb buck kin
The Uopkivsviixk Merowtile Co
Try Brutulibld foi all kuds du
ple aud f nlv gmeeiinp
Our Clothes Fit
But that Mut all uhu yon gt -nit
from us you nut only et a lit but
you git vnluo rnt ived f rAoii mon
ey it miiteiH not lielher it is a
H50 8uUo uiiu of oar lit tut text
The Hopkinsvi le Mercantile Co
Fresheht ami eheapcfct vegetables
at Brunifieldtj grocery the market
Now is the lime to introduce uew
Iroid in your poultry Eggs for
Hatching SI 50 per 15 A few
cockerels at SIRO
W 18th St Hopkinsville Ky
Olllce ovrr Hunk of HnpkltiM lllf
1USILHVCK Mul l rn Tliicu
T6l6PuOD6 uitlieiicii No to I
Rev Francis Lee Goff pastor
First Presbyterian churcf will
preach at Highland Chapel E 7th
street to night at 730 pjcloclc
mmviwHc iw
Peas beans potatoes radices
squash lata cucumbers onions
asparagus etc
The freshest Vegetables on the market1
Finest variety of Strawberries received1 itotly
Fresh Fish Fridays and Saturdays
HopKinsville Grocery Co
2Nfef Sou tli Main
Telephone xr
Binders Twine Parry Buggies Surreys and Phaetons Old Hick
ory Wagons Fertilizers Barbed and Smooth Wire Plows Disc
Harrows and Cultivators Advance Threshers and EnginesCIover
Grass and Oat Seeds Our stock of Harness and Saddles is com
plete Yours to please
Gth St Near Court IIiiikh
gieit progress in the manu
facU te of fine furniture in recent
ven We keep up with all the
styles and artistic designs in fur
niiure for parlor library bed room
timing room Hud office and our storey
in leplete with beauty in all the lat- A
aud best designs in fine furnjy
ture or the cheaper grades to suitW
Mutes aud purses
301 South Alain Street
Hopkinsville Ky
I have replaced my jack Napoleon
hat I ost labt fall with the above
jack which has proven nimself to be
one of the greatest jennet or mule
jacks in the State of Tennessse or
Kentucky He is 16 hands high
black nod white points 10 feet from
muzzle to root of tail His size is no
freak of nature but is inherited from
a number of his celebrated ancestors
distinguished for great size Buch as
Nick tiottom Black Prince Kentiickv
Mammoth Imp Black Forrest and
He will stand at my farm 2 J railos
from Casky by the insurance of 10
money due wheu animal ascertained
to be in loal or transferred
Kiug George h live years old 15J
hauds high black with white points
by Silver Brown and out of Mary
Beard and I consider unequaled by
any jack iu thn county He will make
this season at 8 on the same terms
as above Cire will be taken to pre
vent aiciiluuU but will not be re
sponsible bhould any occur Jennets
kept on good pasture at SI 50 per
mouth R F RIVES
Casky Ky
Clover seed Red Top Or
chard Grass Seed Pota
toes ami all kinds of Gar
den Setd took Peas jn
large lots at our big Mar
ket House AVe will sell
cheaper than any house in
the ciW Staple and Fancy
great bar-

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