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Ky., - Maiumi '21, 1801
B.O.WALTON, BUS. MDnORor
Yorii nccount is tltiu n ml ready. Call
mil settle nml oblige A. It. lVmty.
Mn. T.. I. H Armenia very ill.
Mlt. .lOHKI'll .MlCl.AIIY i llltt' nick.
Mil I. N. Siikitaiiii, of .Monticullo, in
v i h i 1 1 1 1 r frtt'inlH lim
MllH. Plllt. SoDIlN, of l.)tlirivllll!, JH VIS
JtitiH Iter p.iri'iiH ut Kowliwiil.
Dit. K. C. Mohoan in prHuMiHiiK liia
jtroft'Huion at limtiMtT tiiiri week.
.MlSrt M I.S.NIK Ull'I.KY Is vicitiiiK hrr
Hiwtur, Mm. Dr. llotirinun, in Marion.
Wn.i. Siia.nkh ami Carroll lJailcy, of
Contro Colli'p1, Hjii'iitSuiiilay at liomu.
Mim. Jok I'kn.nmimkkii anil Mr. F. M.
Howe, of K inH vilk, Mru in town Fri-tiny.
Mu. 0. J. Chow Iiuh boon visiting !iin
tliuiKlitur, MrH. J. II. Vanliook, at
Mim Doi.i.ik William, a pctittf
of the Finl. in the mient of MIm
Miw. Jakk Hohk, of J unction City, Iiuh
outfit the i'fHt of Mrs. 1 V. Union at
the Myrrti House.
Miih. .1. .M. C'(mk hid .Mift'.Sllic and
Jfwie I'mik, of llnvtinvill, nr KtifHlH
of MrH. li. It Coonor.
Hon. John Yovm. ISmohn. comlitlnto
for Kgviimor, iNirwi through thin city
&itunlrty on Iiim way to lniMMtcr.
Oait. V. M. IIi'i.i., of Mi.hllfclKiro,
IHiwwl through Friday on hi wy to
MlKHQiiri, were htt jh to In nwrriwd.
Mfew 1'attih Thimhi.k, who tuts boon
visiting frit nd at .liinrtion City, return
h1 to liur honiM at .MhMlttthoto
Miw.M. !'. l'.i.Ki.s and Miw I.miro 151-111
hitvo rttiiriitd fnun Indianapolis,
whom Iwiihl mu (dock of
MimNkttik Whay. who hm boon via-
ItliiK livr rioter, Mih. .1. T. I.ynn, in
for tin Intel .loveml mouth., has
V. h. McCaiitv, of KinHvillf, panned
through t litrt iilui'n Friday unroot.) to
WilliftiiiNhurv loBw bin falhor, Mr. J. L.
MrCarty, ho in juitv III.
MiNt A.nmk Whav 1iiib rctiirnvd from
Loulrivillr, where whe Hpent rsevornl tlaya
in mnkiiiK pnrrbiiM'S for her iiiilliunry
Btoro on LuuiiMtcr ntrvot.
TiiKoditor to return hifl warm
Oht tluwikft to Mrn. U. J.Uiow, Mta. U.
II. Hrut'O, .1. I. Crow ami other friends
for highly appreciated favora.
Til k editor instill very ill. lie linn taken
no nourishment to of for the
past two wueka and ia consequently uh
weak as it ia poeriblo for a pernou to
Mu. CJiotikik 1). U'ka nits, a valued
HiibaorilHT of the Keiat'T, accompanied
by hia wife, cnuio up on
from .Stanford. Mr. Wearen
tho Iteiflter with a call. Riuhiuond
Miia. K. 1). Tottp, at tho solicitation of
the reotor, Ima become n regular mein
bur of Christ Church rhoir.uud ia adding
much to thn musical portion of the services.
.She takes tint alto part in tho
excellent quartette. Ixington Leader.
Mlt. tiKouiiK K. Sto.vk, of Liberty, will
soon move to Knoxville, to practice his
profession, An elegant Ketitlt.'iiiiui, a
no lawyer and a thoroughbred democrat,
wo predict for him a brilliant future
in the prosperous city that he oea
Mlt. M. Salisokii, who was manager
of the Ix)iilavillu atore for a couple of
years, and who still baa a largo interest
in it, ia hero this week. He ia just back
from New York, wheru be bought nearly
$100,000 worth of goods for his various
Dit. J. F. I'kyton received n telegram
to conic to tho bedside of Mra. B. W.
Smith, at Tomatola, N. C, but on ac
count of bis numerous patientH hero hu
could not leave. Mrs. It'.'ii Spalding, of
Iiubanon, and W. It. Hill, of thiscounty,
left immediately, however.
Sekd Potatoes, fiohl nntl garden seed
nt J. It. Foster's.
Takk your eggs to Joo S. Jones nml
get lL'i cents per dozen.
Am. kinds of freBh enndiea, fruits, etc.
just received nt U. Zimmcr's.
2f, Y. Skkd Potatoks, Onion Sets and
Garden Seeds nt A. A. Wnrren's
Wk have a now button mnchino and
can make different sizes and of nearly
nuy fjoods. Severance t Son.
T T -
Mostickixo is to have a bank, snys
tho Somerset Reporter, nntl nil of the
. capital stock, save $15,500, has already
Siikiukk Moohe, of Laurel, took Itetb
Pasen, who has been confined In jnil
here, to London Sunday, where ho will
try to get ball.
An Easter servlco of Bacred music, tableaux
and recitations will bo held on
Saturday evening, March 2Stb, 1891,
at 7:30. Admittance 25 cents.
i'TI II gil
Fiikbii lot of Xeigler llros.' bIiocs at S.
iioon work horse for pale. Will sell
cheap. M. F. Klkiu & Co.
IIiMiM.u.iiT lire proof oil to be found
at It. K.,t W. II. Wearen'a.
Tiiy Trvphosa, a splendid headwaah,
nt Jesse Thompson's barber fihop.
Ski: our new line of ladies and 'gents'
silk umhrelhis. Sevenince Son.
CiKoiim: ltniditss, who who killed in
the L. N. wreck near Iniisville, was a
brother of Kngineer Fred Iturgew, of
Tiik Itichmoiid Itegister ia rather
hard on our little neighboring town, hut
it speaks truly when it says the following:
"Ijtniiister wants' a canning factory.
A drinking saloon would iy 500
per cent, better, and tho drug atorca
would culler accordingly."
Tin: Ijtnciister Hurlewiue Co., will
give an exposition of the Order of Hercules,
at their Opera House to-night. It
promises to he an extremely pleasant entertainment
and wc hop Stanford will
show her usual spirit of liberality by
sending oxer ,t large delegation.
Hk Sin kroki) II. M. Piper
was siieretvful in getting up his dancing
M'hiMl nntl ia nightly teaching his i or
more scholar to tiip the light fantastic.
Col. Miller'sstore mmiiii on Main street
is HMtl and Prof. lotte, a good violinist
from lanvil1e, furuishea the iiiihic.
SniAW mtitimts aie selling at :l per gallon
in ImiflVille, They are about as
Urge as a quinine pill! and ale said to be
about as bitter. However, the
uhwI by the good sisters of the
PrtHbyturian church at their supper in
the near future will not resemble in either
tHste or mj those in
' - - m i ii
Pmrrrv 1 1 iii. Two humlriHl dolluia
a kieiMfius to be the price fixed by Uw
iiK)ii OHiilntory dfhghta in Tenuese.
A man down theiu was fined WOO for
kiting a woman three times. At that
rat the average youth in these juuta
could only afford about one kisa in two
Mk. Ha.msky bits been kid up
for a we-k or two with an attack of the
gripH but Ida store h furnishiHl with
the best beef the mtfrket ali'ordu, Mil the
same. l'xhmton (iszelte. Can it be
that our Louis bus discarded the paint
brush for the butcher knife. ThcnMnust
be Mime mistake about it.
Tiik elegant monument of Mr. A. M.
Swope has arrivetl and will be placed in
the cemetery this week. It will be by
far the finest in our cemetery ami will
mark the resting place of u son that Lincoln
county is justly proud of. The
base of the monument is 8 feet square
and it will gracefully taper upward
Tin: Glasgow Times has this to say of
the next auditor of Kentucky: "lion.
Pick Warren, of Stanford, made un excellent
speech at the court-house last
Monday in support of his claims for
State auditor. Mr. Warren is a fine
looking gentleman, a good speaker and
democrat from the ground up. His
speech Monday was a tine etl'ort and did
himself as well as the democrats good."
Foil the benefit of i hose who are not
thoroughly sutiatled with Mr. ltright's
solution of his biblical puzzle in regard
to the number of Jacoh'a kindred, that
gentleman lias prepared the following:
We find in tho let chapter of Fxodus,
th erse, that the number of sons that
came out of the loins of Jacob were 70
souls. These were the direct descendants
of Jacob and in Uuucflia -It' chapter
and verse, "all the souls of the
house of Jacob which came iuio Kgypt
were threescore and ten", which I think
had reference to Jacob's blood relations
and Acta 7th chapter verso included
the wives of Jacob's bous (Genusii 10
chapter and L'litli verso) four in number
and Joseph's wife, already in Kgypt,
made the 73 spoken of by Stephen. The,
word kindred is not used in the old testament
in relation to Jacob and in the
puzzle tho word kindred was used.
Tiik book entitled "Tho Kentucky
Democratic Organization" compiled by
the Stnto Central Committee, Gen. John
It. Castleman chairman, nfay be a very
useful publication, but if the rest of the
counties faro as badly as Lincoln it is
too full of errors to go out to tho public-For
instance it makes J. "P." Paxton
chairman of the Lincoln county committee,
when his second initial is "It.";
John Chnppell is put down as a member
of tho committee from Waynesburg;
L. I Dawson, who lives near town, is
credited with Huston ville us bis voting
precinct; J. M. Cook, who has lived ut
IIiiBtonville for years, is Btated us belonging
to Crab Orchard; W. F. Camden, of
Wuynesburg, hi said to bo from Kings-ville.
w.hilo W. L. MaCarty, of Kings-ville,
is charged with being n member
from "Towusvlllo," wherevor that may
be. Dr. Moore, tho welbkno -n democrat,
of McKinney, is stated as a "Walnut
Flntite" und William Grimes, of
Preacbersville, is put down as from
Highland. Jim Carter, tho mighty
tho Highland neighborhood,
is registered ns a citizen of tho
Hubble vicinity, and George P. Bright
comes lastly as the committeeman for
Stanford, when it is well known that
he lives at Hubble.
Fhiihii fish on Wetmesdaya and Saturdays
at M. F. KkiintCo.'a.
Wantkm Pupils In Hhorlhiind by an
experienced stenogrngher. Address him
nt this nlllru.
9 ' '
IIhkii Ghixi.ky'b cold wave failed to
materialize and thus another wrong prediction
is added to that prognostioator's
A.v L. A X. conductor remarked to an
I. J. man the other day, thai more people
meet the train at ami this
place than any towns on the Knoxville
I iiavk just returned from the. cities
with an elegant .nf ppritig
and summer millinery ami cordially invite
the to call and examine my
stock. Mia. Kiit. Klkin.
I)i:i.botk W. II. Milium, ajioko to a
fair sized audience yesterday in defense
of the constitutional convention. It will
take quite a number of speeches to make
the proceedings of the con eon. acceptable
to the average voter
Tin: ladies of the church
will give it Mrswbirry supper in the
near future. The proceeds will go toward
frewoing their church and we sincerely
trust their commendable enter-prize
will be well itatrnnized.
CiHtrir Ooi'iir niuveiied at 10 o'clock
yesterday with Judge Morrow on the
bench. No business was truiiMirted
Hive the charging if the gnuid jury,
which the judge did bv calling their attention
to nearly law upon the
statute tsxik and cautioning the mem
ber s to act with the greatest oare in ,
thidiug indit'tmeiiln. The court will
begin in earnest to-day. The grand jury
ia comported of the following gentlemen !
with Judge J. A Lvtle foreman: James '
HiiiMeiar, W. II DiuMerar, Craig Iea'b, '
I) S. Johnson. A I) IbKrt A K.
J A Vntflft'it. A It ! , A. V.
1'!ih. Ailaum, J A Lvtle, K. It '
Caldwell. Sr.. Havel ICulmnks, G. W.
I'm w n, ftm. Iliiriiin. David Scott.
At n meeting of the democratic
ty committee tliH following j
resolution whs adopted: Mas-8 con
tioiis of the of each of the
voting precincts of Lincoln county are,
culled to meet at their respective voting
places on Saturday, April U5, ISM, at 2
c. a, to select delegates to meet in convention
at the courthouse in Stanford nt J
10 a. M. May 2, 1MU, to nnminntu candidates
fur the tillicea of county judge antl
representative at the ensuing August
election. I'.ach committeemitn shall act
as temporary chairman .of his precinct
mas irieetiug. Kiu'h precinct shall be
entitled to one delegate for every llfty
votes for Cleveland in 1SS8, ami no precinct
is to have lew than two votes. The
precinct meetings may send their dole-gates
instructed or not, as they desire.
The following ia the vote to which each
precinct is entitled- Stanford Xo. 1, 5;
Manford Xo. 2, ', Hubble 2; Huston
ville 0; Turnersville .'!, Waynesburg 2;
Kingsville 2; Highland 2, Walnut Flat
2; Crab Orchard 3.
Marriage 'iceiisea were issued yesterday
to Mr. W. F. Ki-ld to wed Miss Sarah
Lay and Mr. I'ryor Coll'inun to marry
Miss Martha Kdgcwood, a winsome
maiden of Kl. All of the parties live near
There will be an ordination service i
nt the Turnersville church on tho 2d I
Sunday in April. Hev. Shouse, of Lex-
ington, will presule.
The printing press which Itnire
set up in Fernny to demolish- Christianity
is now used to print ltibles in Geneva.
Thus the wheel of providence
The celebrated Itaroness Fahnen-berg
will case was liuiilly decided in
1juisville. The decision gives Lexing-ton
u protestant infirmary on which, including
cost of building and endowment,
half a million dollars will be expended.
WOODFORD W. L0NGM00R.
"Happy Jack" Wrile9 Touchlngly on the
Death of His old Friend and Comrade.
The brave, gentle and heroic, Long-moor
has gone. All we can do Is to go
with his lovely, loving and devoted wife
to his grave and minglo our tears with
hers. They were the most devoted man
nnd wife 1 ever knew. Thelis was u union
of hearts and hands that wns deep
enough to make sweet tho dark passages
of life a love that was brave enough
to make cheerfulness dwell in tho shadow
of poverty and strong enough to
make every sacrifice for each other a delight.
Their years went smilingly by
nnd as they paasedtho bond was strength-ed
and the great nflliction thnt attended
their pathway bound tho twain closer
together. These were they whom God
did join nnd they walked through life
with hearts so warm and hands so'close
together that tho great outside storms
and trials ofllfefb'MtTipoH'them comparatively
in'vain. Ho 1ms gone. To her
is left tho eternal pain that only death
can relieve, that only memory can sweeten,
tho memory of tho loveliest spirit,
tho gentlest nature, tho truest heart.
Theeo she could onco in tho trueBt sense
call hers. Her everlasting nfleetion follows
this noblo man to his grave; but
ho will always bo her best company.
She will not forget that God gave him
to her and death can't take him away.
J. II. MtLLKil. .
- J , !
"TU" HMuati i.ifcfSsiltiil
W. IS. YAItKON
ll r candiiititr in fill out unetpirrd tttrm olC otinly
Judc maU' vrnt I y the .tailh of Judge T. V.
VarH, tu!jtct iu the action of the Democratic
'in tbMVliol.lertof iheCnih Orch.nl anil
lMrnpikeCo are lirrly notified thut an
l.Hi , will be held jt the I turn- lloifciti Crab
Orchurd mi Saturday, April 4tli to.lwt nlHcen
rti the mwiiitc Car. Ilu Mim h aj, llwi.
7 J II COM.II'K. t'renidpilt.
Mr HvcenU I).inUi I'r.tu of I.exirton. Ky.,
ha Irenh and lire t inl'.rniiitmn cofliumiiit;
The Great Jennings Fortune,
And will tuki' j lraurt' in .nve)in,( mmc
ICn lime mjiuj. f jr tutu. ulai. i8o6will
i.i r AtnerK.ni Id iri o
A Sploadid Farm.
On Saturday, Mar. 28, 1891
I nlfer at av the Henry lleter farm
0(60 .!(, ncnr.v ll rich bottom lint) j at ate
town in wheat, the balance in !rn.
The lvlliiit kat tix to m nnd is in j;aod
thereua Mw lurn, jod well, fine orchard
and fencing on the place.
Termi One-half cAh lmlanc in i and 18
month. I'ltwatHcm to kegiteii Hob. i, 1191.
Apply tB me or ray km, W. A. Tnhble, at
J. K, IT.VTO.V.
'I hit young tia'hon will he permittH to a
few Kul inarecat nr stable one mil 1 (torn
un thf pike, .it
S12.50 to Incrro a Living; Colt.
Description anil I'edifim Silver Tip i ft ni c
hay with fint mane and Uil. hind ankles white ui.d
think will make .1 tfreal huw hone
llr was .ned ,y the pretiiium va.ldle
Kln', hehy On lime, he b Stonewall Jack
Silver King's dam Mc-'lie .M'.iiiice w at sired I y
Cat.ljril" l.fihgtem; l da-n by Voting Amen, a,
he hy l"j!r' Men njir
Silver i'ipt dam was by SVedail.llf.
' famotit t.idd e hotsc, he by Olner, ne by
Skee.ltddle't itt dam Medoc, 1 dam Trumpeter;
id dam Arsitut
Silver Tip's id Utn wat by Ited Lion.
Marat kept at reHinable rates but 110
lor accidentt .r cscapft
M.iret patted with forfeit insurance. I.ien retained
on tolls for icaton.
IIKAZ1.1Y IlKflS .
King Hoy it a dark bay, 4 ywars (iM.ifcli.mtli
high and it an elegant combined horse
lie va tired by llcrtun 1 hone, ho by I)r
llcrr't Mambrino Kini:, H.un by Steamboat owned
by Chedwell,of Virginia.
The dam wat raised by Stephen firt
dam by frank VVnlfnrd: id dam by original Jim
Hell, id dum by original Denmark, whu rail i
c.ntecutnc miles in arace.it Mew Orleans, ,th
dam by Sir Kliutt, 5th dam by Gray haglc;(th
dm hi lluonru.
Will make toe teasoti of 1891 at ray farm, the
old Wm liall place, 5 miles from Stanford,
At $8 to Insure a Living Colt.
At the imac pUce I will stand my fine young
lie it by an imported Spanish jack and hat a fine
bd and latse bonet. lie will tlaml
At $8 to Insure a Living Colt.
A lien will be retained on colts till season money
It paid, but if Binre it parted with season money
I. S. IMIM.LIi'S.
6 am Stanford, Ky.
John k. IAJTI.BMAN. A. 13. LANCIIAXt.
13A UBEE & CASTLEMAN
Commerce Building, Louisville.
Agents throughout the South.
W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont,
6 STANKOUI). KV.
Farmers Bank&Trast Co.
OF STANFORD, KY.,
ti now fully organned and ready for business with
Paid up Capital of $200,000.
Surplus, . - - - 15,000.
SUCCESSOH to TUB LINCOLN NATIONAL
HANK OK STANFORD,
(Now closing up) with the tame astelt and under
the tame management,
lly provisions of its chatter, depositors ire at
fully protected at aio depositors ia National
Hanks, Ut shareholders being held individually
liable td the extent ol the amount of their ttock
therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the
amount invested In such shares. It may act as
executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as
To those who entrusted their buistuess to us
while mnagliiK the Lincoln National Hank ol
Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and
trust they will continue to transact their business
with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention
to same, our twenty years' experience in
banking nnd as liberal accommodations as arc consistent
with sound banking
J J, Williams, Mt. Vernon;
J, M. Hail, Stanlord;
J. S. Ows'cy, Stanford J
S. J. Embry, Stanford J
J, E. Lynn, Stanford;
A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville;
J. K.Itaughman, Hustonville;
J . F. Cash, Stanford ;
William Cooch, Stanford, Ky.
S. H. Shanks, President.
J. B. OwsUjr.'Cashier
W. M, Bright, Teller.
J. H.Uiujhmiu, General
Lincoln Stock Farm
IIII.V llltl.KD ON'
Kegi'tcred as flub
Sired by the gre.it llelmnnt f. s.re of Nu'w md
"K. f'ed Arthurs 14. WvlnosmM t ivand 36
In a ) list and tire of 25 i.mi;l.ter. the dams of u
in t 39 Iim.
Kirtt dair lletlfe Kn kead bv 104
Mra ul lr Ww.t ,
1. tmirpi t.,r was sirtt iy
AJax, lull i.Or.iKe (.in - .,,),,
in Ch troctoi's dam lads
(.reti llambltttnlai. ijf, I, ,11 r to
ami ScntiHil. AjaK tired ; in i jo htt.
Second daw full iier to J). Monroe taSK, by
Jim Monroe ijs, vrc nf I.ady VIoHfe rfti, Ksit
lV.: ' ,0",p sJhiel 1 i, . nl 1, i . wohl.
Jim .Mom ix by Attn uittcr Alxlallah .5 '
1 hird dan by Duval! t Manl.riNo, nu i hlft.
...it.,?.,rM0.iN"ri.Cnn:,f U ''' in cbir,
L ll H.!, i?r' T.wl',,u"' "'
Mich., that wentiri.1. ... I... . . ... 1
' ..- (..ihsi enr
IIK1.MUN I ClIIKr will make the season of
lui pay Jsbb to the -d" tf jo
S50 to Insure or SSO the Season, with Return PriviEege.
Maret kept on Boud gratt at $1 per month ; owners' rk.
J. I. CROW, Proprietor.
lJl ffilW S5, AND
wl R mn JU
B Otis' B k Uf li U
"I'll M m an ita t mi air at ei! aru. mibtbii
5 X Z& 1
ri .v Price,
V S -."
TIIIY nilKKU ON.
t ink Trial 1 31
Stand ird Rule 6.
Sired by Sult.m , , ,. UkctiJ 1 .
Sire of Mamboul .. Kv , Iuif, Aletiter 1 stsM
Sweetheart , i and .-,, t fitt ami grariHrT
01 3 in j to list.
First d.m L.dv D.inton by George Wllkat cm,
IJH, bK a i6'4, So .V) 7 1714 .nd 69 In a as list.
Second dam Jotie. record , , hy Muht Hawk
,MJ 'lreJof Kt"')(r:r?? a 's- v,,nB" Warren t artf
and thedams..! rd Annan . '.',. SHtry a at,
1 aoS( I ecumreh a 1 in.
Third dam by Vermont Hern 141, tire of Ijdv
M a jo and (Jen Krx.s., sire of Utly Maml , ,51
Calmors 1 iM and 17 in t 30 list.
watfonled in 1M5; he stamts full 16 haodt Well and
development, show K g,e. po"er He Cs
" ' -'"y r.. ...
.. ") yrioDS. IJOSMtUi,
,8,,, kt my place ilHar McKin ney at
n tnc county, go to
X BTO I75W RWBHHBtt. m
"fffi fcf S 57
rSy&r I1n& ESss f. U & M
GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all
t uttt ut m it m m m "(( hi iatTi'tttTt
nooe en uto oda ttuo uiunDtitrco m
uufiug, uf 1.IMIU1 uririfiw, rniiir wi i uf m
ull enlargements, nbMolutelf removed by m
has the unqualified endorsement of our lead-
tnj Horsemen una veterinarians. i
C. E. UlMKltAKT, Chtklcr Mate Jlank,
hiurton. Jiinn..Hivn: '
"One bottle cured a very bad case of blood prm'In j
a mare for which I have Klncebeen offered $900. j
uouiu miiLxiwiinouui it iicoai fxwa
have hundreds of such testimonials.
SI. .10 per bottle. Aslc your drurlt for It. If:
noi Keep 11, tenu ns 1 ax stamps tor trial 002. ;
n. KI)IY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y.
RannHiaraairB rarK i bt
Our croods are
MOST ALL IN
And ready for the trade. Men's regular cut and exra long Sacks,
Frocks and 4-button Cut-a-ways. Children's from 4 to 15 years ,
with short pants.
Stagg & McRoberts.
"Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a thing;
Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring."
Gardening time has come and you will find
At A. A. WARREN'S
A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, White and Red
Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of
Landreth's,' FerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and
packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c
Is Receiving His
Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit GdarantcJed. Give him a call.