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Miss A'unic Ktloerr is visiting
friends in dairi);
PUOTOGRAPIltcnt by ,
ti'hnlSI.OO Will Kuy IVoin Alcsnndrr
20 yds, Brown Domestic, yard wide.
20 ' good Gingham Checks.
118 " " Calico, nice Stjlcs.
VS " . " I.v.vn, fast color.
&J lar,tf! check Towels, ?,') in. long.
V! j air Gents Coltnn half Hose.
1 La-lies Calf bhoes.
1 " Meti3 Full Slock
4 godd work Shirts. - ' '
lias conic-. Who
doubts it now t
our Mens, Yonlhs and Boy", elegant
Hue of clfsp, Medium art! fine Clothing,
ALEXANDER & HAXVELL.
Hickman dry goods merchants
have been doing a liv61y. business
Crllfl't the lent" and see samples of
WEATIIEIIFORD . SWAN.
Hick mau market
article- on the
is good, fresh
Ladies and Gentlemen desiring a fine
Custom 5?hoe, will find tfie lafitt tiile, lest
tivodi, anil loiettl price at our etore. Wc
pair to give entire
JOH,-ar muncv Tfjunara.
. . ALEXANDER & MAXWELL-
' ' -Good Friday, April SiU Said
"'tfrbo a to plant .Irish
PICTURES in cloudy an well a3 clear
WEATHER FORD &. SWAN.
Better than ho who wipes
ft way a tea is ho who prevents it
' -from startiug.
ir.GSl IIOGSI! JlOfiSIIl
Wliy )it them die witli cholera when
.Han' rr Salmon's remedy will save them.
Eviry package puaranleed. Sold by
J. W. CowgIel, Druggist.
. W 2. Powell and wife are
ftbsent attending Xow Orleans
Don't forget that next Sunday will be
EASTER and every child will want pret
ug8 Diamond Dyes will "fix them. Sold
V J. W. Cowgill.
Hickman Courier flourishes
like a green bay tree. 2jTcw
subscribers daily. Tho people
juu6i nave iu
mi 1 a. t v
juic miest ircws 100K8 more
peaceful between Eiigland and
iiuseiftv England is trjing con-
Mr. Ed Case has moved his
grocery into the Sohm brfok,
where his old friends and
can fiml him.
two millionaires, J. Lawrence
l'iick and Herman Oclrick, fonglit
ii duel in New York, last week,
loney didn't make them fcappy.
Uettie u earn, after
rpiMKiing. several, months with
relatives, in Knoxville, Tenn., re
turned homo Sunday
Loula Powell, daughter
J Powell, who has been at-
b'ttTsin Ii Fnces' school.
Vihe, lias returned Iitimc.a.thislkn
Mrs. Casper Sohnt. a gorrrran
lady, an old resident of
thed fcunday morning last, of
-pneumonia. She leaves one child
10 mourn her los.
Mrs. Robert Irvine, after a
somewhat protracted Illness, died,
it her hiisoand's residence, Sun-1
day, and iw.is buried Monday at
IJrown's grave yard, in tho country.
Sincere condolence is
. -Mrs. Ida Piummcr, who has
tioen snondincrth6 winter with her
was married, in this connty, on
tho '2nd instant, to Mrs. Bottio
"West- The bridegroom is ono of
the pioneer's df tho county, and
mm of our best and most substantial
citizens. Much joy and hap-1
insg attend tho couple.
If there is any truth imrthciTlie SuHsui's A'tw Friend.1
acneral medical worltl ti;a vrarl o... ...1. . t
will be one in which incornnratcd
towns may save thousands of0
lars by expending ono thonsantf
in cleaning up. The medical
world for twelve months has been
publishing warning after warning
of the almost certain i&itatio of
cholera, and tho only preventive
Was for towns to clean up thoroughly,
streets, yards, bacl; premises,
good pure cistern water, &c.
It will be too late when tho epidemic
is ui)on you to commence.
It will be too late when
ze'ns are Ilecing, your business
houses clostul, the people in "the
country afraid to come to a
lniccteu locamy, to taiic of economy
in such mutters, &c Such a
cleaning up a8 occurred in 1S7P,
with our good cistern water, will
make Hiekmnli cholera proofr
A :.oiiiiirknbIe EMCnptv,
Mrs Mary A. !niley, of Ttmkhannnck,
Pa.! was aflliLtef for six Ve.tw with Asthma
and Hruuohitis, I'uriiu which time Bie
phvrticians cnuhl give no relief. Iler
life wan of, until in lnst October
she procured u Bottle of Pr King's ew
Dicoverv, when immediate relief was felt,
ar.d by continuing iN uw for a short time
be va completely cured, gaming in flh
60 lbs If. ft few month.
L Fr-e Triul Boti les of thin certalu Cnre of
all Throat and Luiir at MOOKE
& LAKDRUMS. Large Bottles SI 00.
Our friend and
Mr. j. 1l Cook, i canvassing
the county as agent for that
valuable work titled "The World's
Wonders," as seen by the- great
tropical and polai explorerswhich
is a complete encyclopedia of
their travels, adventures, and discoveries.
Aisp, agent for tife new
"Peerless Bible,'1 which in arrangement,
print and illustrations, is
said to be far superior to any edition
now out, and besides arc
uishcu subscribers about 4U per
cent, cheaper. Our people have
this great advantage, that Mr.
Cook is an old citizen, well known
as reliable, and will iudulgo hi no
Tti cue Aro .Solid Tncls.
The best blood iuui.ier and Rfftem re?u
latir ever platted within the feaili of suf
fering humanity, truly i EWetiic Bitters.
Inactivity of H-e Liver. 15.liuirfR, Jaundice,
Constipation. Wek Kiduj'fi, or any
dipeape of tlie urinary organ,;,, or whoever
reqi'res tonic ori'miM
will always fintt J2lectriOit'cr the
best and only certain cure" knon. rhey
act surely and quiokly, every bottle guaranteed
to give entire satisfaction or money
refunded 6ld nt fifty centG a bottle bv
MOORE & LKDRUM
Miss Ycrona LuttrelK daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Lnttrell,
died, at her parent's residence,
East HickirtaU, Tuesday, and was
buried at city cemetery, Wednesday.
The deceased was IS or 19
3'ears old, of rare personal beautv,
bright mind, of a swedt and amiable
disposition, and poossed of
such characteristics as'to make
home' and all her suriouutlings
sunshiny and liappj. It is sad to
see one so young, so beautiful, so
promising, taken from us; and consolation
can only come from Him
who alone can comfort.
The JIkstSalvi: "
r..wn , 1 1 JTXIWtfrn. i
Kon-.s. Tetter, Ofianned HMii.
torns ant all bktn B n tions
An idiotic negro was arrested
at Fulton, Sunday last, for placing
obstructions on tho railroad.. Ho
said he wanted "to SBG de train
knock 'am high off do tract."
Such obstructions being dangerous
to tho lives of tho travaing
mitted him to jail.
Gen. GrAnt lingers in a critical
condition. His physicians say he
may last ten days, or death may
eomo in ten minutes. The disease
is now beyond the control of the
At a recent meeting of the
charito organization sociely of
Washington, I). C., a member reported
that a womaii) who ibade a
liring bystreet bogging, ha'd) given
a reception after tho
ceremonies, which wasfduly
reported, with the usual adjectives,
in the society Columns ofthe
- 1 1
Though all the papers havo '.asserted
that Millionaire Mackey
gave his daughter no dowfy,tau
eye Avitness to the marriage? ceremony
edmes with the storf that
tho generous father Slipped a
check for a round million oh the
-- 1 Kjutiuwv v---. 11 v into u::ii n 1 -
lively cures Piles, or n Tt
Is guaranteed to give .tfefacthn
or money refundetl. 25 cents pr
box. For Sale at MOORK A L KURUMS.
Our neighbors are growing
rather lawless, if the Cuba, Graves
County correspondent of the May-field
Monitor, correctly represents
the following incident: ''On the
7th hist, tiie 'bloods' of this neighborhood
cursed tho Magistrate of
our town, ran the constable off,
knocked down the County .Attor
ney, and declared their
father, S. X. White, at Brooks-! 9e hl Pit0 offlIe(1 orfoe
villo, Florida, reached home Tues
day. Her sisters, Rosa and Lillic
White, returned with Iier
'""Wilbouruc's street cleaning
brigade is doing duty this week
on Clinton and Jackson streets.
Tho city should extend its operations
in every part of lown, and
see that private lots are cleaned
at the same time.
The National Pmnp Company
ensperided operations for some-lime
has commenced running" on
full time". This business of this
factory at Hickman will be greatly
enlarged this season.
Every vacancy in federal offices
that have been filled since the
fourth of March has been filled
with a good, straight Democrat,
except Pearson, of New York City,
who is a Republican,
Mr. David Alexander returned
from Lexington, Ky., "Thursday,
bringing with him some fine blood
ed stock and cattle. Ho bought
h three-year old Jack that took
the blue ribbon at tho New Or-leans
Exposition.' It is a beautiful
an i ma b
John Nichols, tho barber, and
"one of the best ever in Hickman,
has moved his shop into tho Laclede
hotel buiidiug. His room
is a real tonsoriai parlor, for neat-
iiGsB and taste, and if yon patronize
him you will enjoy a luxury received
at the hands of few barbers.
Tho new machinery for Hich
man L. & M. Company was shipped
Monday last, and is due here
bow. It will be placed as soon as
possible, and the factory j)nt in
motion. This company is buiidiug
a tram-way track from its two
saw mills to tho river, which is a
Mr. Tim Walton, the gonial,
whole soulcd, good humored Tim,
lias transferred tho scenes of his
mercantile life front Plant Brds &
Co's., to the house of H.
where his old friends and
customers can find him ready and
anxious to wait upoii thenh
Mn David Browder, aged7S,1
of tho trouble."
was the cause
See the new Slippers and Hand Sewed
Shoes, at 5-
J. AMBERQ'S SONS.
The steamboat R. R. Springer
sunk below Waterport, La., Monday
morning last. None of'tho
passengers were lost, but
is reported a total loss. Mr.
Robert Douglas and his sister,
Mra. Green, and Miss Ida
of Hickman, were passengers
for tho New Orleans Imposition,
and continued, their journey
on tno JSatciiez.
SORE (!CRE Qr 4IIJOLERA or
(JAPES in chickeniij Salmon's Chicken
Powder. Sold by . j
J Y. Cowaizx, Druggist.
apr 3, 3t S
Bank of Naples into the hand of
the Prince di Golona When lie
shook it at the altar.
The Boston Herald recollects"
that t was President Lincoln vhd
I said that lie had very little4
f ucu whu iiiu iuiimiiittiniiion; 'out
no one," it adds, "will ventnn to
say that of Mr Cleveland." 1
pointed our new Minister to-Tur-:
kej is one of tho best fellows in
politics. Cox bus been in Washington
a great many years, and ho
lilts done splendid work for his
party and for the country no
used to be a newspaper man, and
served his apprenticeship on tho
Columbus, O., State Journal. Cox
ic still one of tho most gt'aphic of
writers, although his work has of
recent years run to speaking more
than to expressing his views on
paper. IIo is not by any means a
rich man, as ho might have boon-
after his long career in politics if
he had developed any traits of
dishonesty. His wife owns- tho
house in which ho lives over in
West Twelfth street, and sho is
the possessor of a comfortable
fortune. Mr. Cox is a rather short,
rouiulbodied man, with a flow of
geniality and humor which appears
to bo exhaustless, but people
who regard him simply as a
jester mistake him. Ho is a deep,
as well nB a brilliant, thinker,
though ho has made the mistake
of appearing too frequently in the
light of a humorist. Pedplo have
conio to regard him in a light of
jocularity on this account. Cox
iabout fifty years old and as full
0? sprightliness as a boy of
IIo could bo electGil to Congress
from his district over and
over again for tho next half century
if he should live as long, but
he apparently prefers to go into
tho diplomatic service. He will
haVe a lively time of it in Turkej1,
where the wily ilea and tho evasive
mongrel pup combine to lend
atmosphere of anxiety to ordinary
everyday life. At any rateL he
win be a big improvement on Lew
Wallace, whose place ho takes.
PHOTOGRAPH'S by.initantancous pro-
WEATHERFORD & SWAX.
Jolm IS. McGcIzcc Dcatl.
John Rv McGchce, one of the
most worthy and most prominent
citiscus ot Fulton county, died, at
his home) near Cayce Station,
Wednesday morning last, or pneumonia.
Mr. McGchce was a farm
er, a man of line iudement, of
good property, and scrupulously
correct and upright in nil things.
He was an active, outspoken man,
and for many years prominently
connected with the public welfare
and affairs of Fulton comity. His
death will be a great loss to the
entire county, for ho was in deed
and m truth one of our best citi
zens, lie leaves a large family
and relatives to mourn his death.
New Spring Goods, now at
England and Russia aro dangerously
bordering on war. Great
military preparations are being
hastened in both countries.
Nice and chep stock of Lac Curtains
and Carpets, at
J. AMRERG'S SONS.
4 t. ;
Hawkins, deceased, foriirorty of FuUo?
countv, Ky., and for the latiew year:
lived in Lake count-, Tean., moved from
there J.n. to Green county. Ark
where she died, Fell. 2d, of pneumonia, at
he,r daughter, Mrs. Sallie McBride. She
was about 65 years of age. was a member
of the Baptist church at Poplar Grove.
Sbe leates five daughters and two eons to
Darling mother, thaa luif t Wt ne.
And mr lw h dif Jj- fetl ;
Yet, 'tin GimI tbnt hath bereft us
Us can all ear .orron h? uU
Lake Star, Henderson News, end Mai
den Clipper, please cipy.
In Hickman, Thursday, April 2, at the
res'idence of her son in law, John w Cow-gill,
Mrs Mary E. Duncan. Burial to
day, at City Cemetery.
IIickma.v, Ky . March. 26, 1835.
Council met pursuant to adjournment.
Present Councilmcn Beckmap, French,
Case and Witting.
Meeting called to order by Mayor Cow
gill. Minutes of former meeting read and
On motion, ordered that $1,000 be added
to the equalization assessment of Mrs. II.
ItOAD TO rUJIP TACTOKT.
On motion, orJered that a cheek Vj ii
sued to A. P.Smith for Sfo to repair the
hill road to the Pump factory.
ASSESSMENTS TO STAND.
No one appearing to complain of the
changes in the assessment, on motion, or
tiered that the City Clerk prepare the tax
book in accordance with the corrections as'
On motion, Council adjourned.
Attest, B. E. MILLET, C. C
A new lot of all kinds of Jellies, Mar"
rowfat Peas, String BeanB, IVas, Tomatoes,
Apples and Peaches, at
J. W. BOGEBS'.
If tho people of Ohio are as
strongly in favor of changing
the time of their State election
from October to November as the
Legislature the proposition will
bo carried almost unanimously.
There were very few voters
against tho measure in either
Dh Yandell of Louisville used a
metaphor in recommending cheer-
lumcB8 in a commencement ad-
uress tne otner day tnat was
worthy of Sidney Smith. "A wide-spreading
hopeful disposition," he
said, "is your only true umbrella
in this vale of tears."
IOW TO SVE IfONEY
We are "Wholesale Headquarters for al
and will job to dealers only at Factory
prlees; also the
Ddil hVl and rj;rior 'tot;h lMt
the best in the market. We also keep
constantly on hand a choice" selection
which we will sell verj low for Iho cash.
Please call and see us.
FUQUA & BcBO.W.
HAIR I) RE UIIIL
made to order.
Srvx)0K OUT FOR THE
All persons indebted to the firm of Hon
durnnt & Drcwry, will pljAe come forward
at ah early day, and waWe
Umce at li. Uollttw tirtiiThiors Aiexa i er
& Maiwell's old stand
BONDUIUiYT & DR2UKY.
Hickman, Ky., Fe' 12, 1856.
JUST RECF.IVD A LARGE ASSORT
VU also, keep conslantlv on hand the
yflElKLE & ROELKER
.Malta doubi.1? shovels,.
CORN DRILLS. Ac.
examine our PI)VS and
than have eer
v rK A&
MUSE & SHAW.
New Dnj Etore.
B. COLLINS, Proprietor,
(Clinto:i Street, Alexander & Maxwells
' Old Standi
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
PERFUMERV, ETC., ETC.
The finest quality of LIQUORS for Medicinal
purposes, Tabaccosj etc.
Everything fresh and new.
gfiySave money by buying your Medi
cincs, etc., from Ibis bouse.
An experienced and thoroughly competent
prescrlptioniat engaged, and ready
al all hours to fill 1 escriptious n fccUrat My
Having DrmeJ a partnership with M. D
Johnson, for carrying on the above busi
nes, the public are hereby notified that on
and after the 1st day of April, we will
supply them regularly with the best fresh
J beef, pork, &c, at the grocery house of
J. W. ROGERS:
.xj! -i 9?
1 111 1 1 i , afftMMgnaagTiriin i nun in nil i " -?-'- - " - --v!.
mm "old iiBftl.'I ATLTji TO! "HAMB IM AIT! TAP,
r u mi i mi i m.... m
iiy tu ntpn WHt liy I - - sro Q
??... l 8.H E
H&VS VJ bBili js llrt.. eoriinlfc in nil donnrf mpnts with frnJi ileasoiiable n I
Oliver Plows, one and two hOrFc, Jeam.
Handles, Point, Mould Board, Gtmuhirds
UolK &e &c.
K ibiuazoo Plows, one and two horPC,
lnwer thtfn was ever offered, home or
abroad." Two home, cut 12 ittrhe?, S7.00.
Oae horae $4WJ. Great Ittiraiu in i hoe
Plow which are claimed to b equal to auy
Chilled Plows mads
Avery PIiiwh, S eel and cast, one aiul two
horse, extras &e.
Meikle & Co s. I'me of P!ov.s points, c.
Bloiint'.s True lUne Plows. iUlie patent)
"world 1hti:o," which never enters a
but to !evmg the field crowing
w.ih the blue ribbon flying in the
A full line of Malta Double Shovels,
talking and Riding Cultivators, unquestionably
the tcpt in the wor.d. Wellj it
makes us laugh, feel gol, when we men
tioiiihcTrue Blue Plows and Malm Cultivators,
knowing, in our judgment they arc
the best of their kind in America.
In addition to the above we have a full
and complete line of Farm Implement
Machinery, c Reapers, Mow ens
Planters, check and drill; Wheat
Drills. $50 OH; Sulky Breaking Plows $3;
Cbrn Stalk Hay
Revolving; Hay Tedders Hay Koike,
Threshers, Sorghum mathinery, &c
Field Seed of th best, Lime, Stdt,
PiHstcreri Hair, Paris, ahd
Land Plaa'cr Tiy Lijid Piitr. it m a
world beater on Cloor. &3. Poplar and
Cypres Shingle Feid of all kinds for
Gcnera assortment of Family Groreries
Prices as low a the lowest for first
Don't forgot our prices on FUiir. Fancy,
high, straight grUe, tnire an I sweet, $1 "U
ntr Iwrrel. Family til to 53 M. We cordi
ally initc all to come, examine Goods and
learn price before buying, it will uo you
RCfpeot fully, ,
. r i mL
s f st i w q ise. m
. L offering some rare bargains, and consumers will look well to
Y F ml0re,3t'5 b.v consulting the qualities and prices of our Goods.
e re showing all the novelties and tints of the season in our
t raley, FfVl.
Citrd, E. n, hrs.
' ame for 1 H. Bppa
fame for Da Ftsneh'
rotts, Andrew hrJ.
Jlwon. Mr,; oioritt
Stewart 4 Bro
Willett, Qfw Pi
French, 'Dan hrsj
J. O. A. CooDer,
J. O. A. Cooper.
J. u. a. Uoooer.
J. 0. A. Cooper.
125 Wta. Tallir.
100 Jlrs. Ann Beard,
80 J. A. Uriggance.
both Offtrtirrn nnd mniitifnnhiw. Wro linvo n nnrfect shinload
VThajp Qoods, tLaces, Swiss, MmU and Hasn.
"kfk Era"broidries, SleaX Irisli Point,
Linens, Crash.es, Tovreling, Sjo.,
are offering VERY LOW.
Our,Cjothing, Gdnts Furnishings, fine Shoes and Hats are superb.
Don't Kl to sec them.
Wap now carrying a Very large stock of Trunks, ValiseS) Bags,
SatcboS Carpets and Floor Oil Cloths, which wc purchased direct from
the EPfcfltctururs, thus-enabling you to buy from first hands, and
iug ainuKllcnian's profit. We have some very handsome patterns in our
Carpeis, awl housekeepers should not do themselves the injustice of not
scclii" thenh Wc guarantee our prices uniformly lowest on everything
GQUBACTOBS ! I
Havaiu stock and arc constantly adding a complete line of
lm lk Bliii and Mnuldinp,
7 f w '
and Builder's ITai'dware generally. A complete line of
Soolss, Hinges, Butts and Screws, ITails,
:if al kinds, from a Brad tofJOd. A full line of Carpenters tools Also,
Rooking nd eting stoves, tinware,
and iroiisekedpcra Supplies generally.
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK
a specially. Wc extend a cordial invitation to all to come and see us.
Our prices will bo as low as consistent with a legitimate business.
J, W. CORjSIA.3" & CO.
April 3, 18S5,
TO MAKE BW CLAIMS in print, tos:iy my Furniture "is the best,"
requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's iiilt; to back up the
hiim with the prodf is a more difficult matter. None of my
rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their coods. are tne
best." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when
iskcd to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best"
oods. This is a good way for people "who keep inferior goods and Wish
to make them gtf by f blowing," but it is not my way.
TT A T Tm
is the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate ZSTLOW PBICES&
with first-class Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse,
and inakes horse sense instead of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you
know what good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you don't; it you want
the test give me a call and I will show you.
I am also agent for the light-running Diamond Sewing Machine, tlie
N. B. I alo have the best stock of Uildertaker'fl Goods, and will du-
plicatc"0 H' PRlGESrG Customers politely served on short no
tice btore across me street irom noicomoes new cirug store.
, J dSAIiEES
DfcUGF.MEDICIrTEU BOOKS, STATIONARY, and School Supplies.
- ' i Fancy GOODS, TOYri, and PIOTURES; OlQP'STS
7 SUNDRIES, PAtNTS, dlLS
vlGENTS!FOR THE WHITE SEWING MAGIliNE.
.,14, WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE.
R IsUJjbasjcan bs founl at Dr. PARIS' Office, to attend night calls a Moore &
pSEsoiriPTioisrs A. specialty
By !t of taxes' due tlt State of Kentucky, T will, oa Monday, the 13th day of Alril, 1885, at 1
o clock, p5,; offer for i4j0 for caah at the ciurt hotta door 1H lllektnan, Ky., to tho highest hldder, the
following real jtate belonging to the partita named herein to satisfy tho taxes and edit duo on sama un-
win am cogtg itrx sooner pnlil :
TAX 1 PAYERS
City or Town lb o 2 -
- s fi
E c .
9 M m
G A Hickman.
"W, C: S F o9
Also, fine an&sheap
WJw Made tlie Loio Prices!'
1't Yoa hmi It"
We can antl will meet-the Prices of any
one, on anying in our line of Merchan
"Eeniember you can save money" by buy
ing your general supply of BiJy Goods, Notions
&c, &Cj from Headquarters, and Headquarters
forjBargains is with the "Old Ee
liable" Plant Bros. & Co., in the new brick,
near Buchanan's corner. Headquarters foi1
mens and ladies fine
tliQ best inftiie city, every pair Warran
r friends and the public generally, thai Wb hT.jhst rtceivefi
on imntcnge stck of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the trade ot parties with.
. ...... n- . i. .. nti tno f T?.,n;.,.n : i.i i t i - - , -ii. ,
lllg lO uut. lie tun euun u. b,jm v iuimiuic tu jiioiu bru iancy
We propose to fiiake our Pr'ce to suit the spirit of the times,
u need never leave .our house to look for cheaper goods. "We
iv retail Furniture store in the ''Purchase.
&C, &C, &C;J
v ery respectfully,
You can rest assured
propo6 fo sell as h ta
T.P. WILBURN &CO.
S5S.ore rooms in new Odd Fellows building. .
Jri?All kinds of Repairing dono on short no lice, and in a work man ehip style. AfeB
we are prepared to give special inducements as
Contractors and Builders of Housei;
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Again wo make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring
Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace
bnon &aoos9 &Qt
Dress kJk, Mm, kwns, igks,
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AVe af e sole agehis for the American Hand-sewed Shoe Company) for
Men's Ladies and Children's wear the' are certainly the best and prettiest
Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our
cannot be surpassed; it is all custom-made and will fit perfectly) and i9
much cheaper than the usual price. "We have the lateststyles bf Men's,
Boys' artd Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other Family
Groceries, constantly kept in stock. Now is the time to gel good bar1
gains and good selections. Gall and examine our Stock abd ybli Will bs
convinced that our advertisement is not a fable.
J. AMBBEGe SONS
J. W. eoWCJILL,
j?Pre6cription5filled at any hour, day or night. Ring night bell after 10 o'clock
The old, popular and always reliabl64Hardware house bf
Has a splendid stock of the Very best makes of all kinds of Hardware
which are offered at
ahd that the very lowest tho market justifies,
be exactly as represented.
AH gbbdsfguarahtced to
The" best roof for the least mpney. Exieribnbebl wbrklnen cmplbyedi
The attention of builders especially desired as this housS will jive
inducements. ' Gbrrespohdorice solicited. ,
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