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TIIKO. K. llAltrl.r.V, llu.lni. Mnnagrr
FlUDAY.l'JSBTtu'A'iir 6, 1802.
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', 12. 0. Sobrco, of llomleraou is In tho
Mr. T. A. Smilhson has nccoptod n
position i Biilesiutui tor tho h . L. I
; U. Supply Co.
Dr. W. Q. Wboolor loft yosterday
for Frnukfort to protest ugnluBt the
passage of tho McCain Tobacco Bill;
Mr..IIenry J Stilus is proalrnlod
wltli a. sovercsltack of urip and his
physician flnyVlio v, 111 not bo ablo to
bo out for n weok.
Mr. J. II. Armstrong, of Todd
count, who has been in Illinois
BOTotal weeks on business, passed
through tho city yesterday ou his way
Col. John C. Day bus secured n
position in Louisville as tobacco
tioncr at tiMnttlruu1 aninrvnf $2,000, 1
Uo Uft (otno days ago to onlor upon
bis duties. His family will follow him
- Mm Alma Bagby, of Glasgow, Ky..
an accomplished musician who 1ms
for several years been trained In the
best conservatory methods, nrrlved
this week at Bethel Komolo Collego
to ossiht In tho inusio department
child of Jlr.
Andkihon.A little IU o-year-old
girl of Mr. J. A. Audersou, of Kelly,
died of inoAiUvi Monday.
"Mr.Josoph A. Andorson, of tho Kelly
neighborhood, died yestorday
morning of pnaumonis, aged about
Mell.ii:. Mrs. Euimn Moltne, wife
of Mr. William Mottae, died at the
- home of her son in-law, Mr. P B.
S3arroll, near Pembroke, Wednesday,
" lifter n lone illness, aged about G5
years. Slio had been ucliurvli member
for nniny years and In T.er death
tho community has lost a good Christian
Miss Annn Don ell liel at tho home
of her mother in Clarksillo Monday
last, after a bug illness, aged 35
years. Miss Dowoll was raised In
thlscouuty and formerly lived near
cjTri Shoros a cbristiau lady
haviugboott a member of tha Baptist
church for manr Tears and liad a
host of friends around hor old homo
as well as mnnynortly uiodo otioain
Cla'rkavilla. Her remains were laid to
rosl in tho family buryimj ground
near Horndon Tuesday, in tho
of a largo coucouren of sorrowing
' "JRitfiUNs.Aitliild of Jim Hawkins
died in tho city Monday of bronchitis.
Sales by Galther k West of 31
ihoffslteads as follows!
17 hhds. medium to good leaf, 8-
00, 8 00, 7 00, 7 85, 7 76, 7 80, 0 00,
7 00, 7 fU, Y su, u w, o w, o iy,
0 w, u uo, i w, i w.
-8 hhds. oominou leal, 5o w, o w,
C 00, G 25, 5 80, 5 CO, 5 70, 5 70.
0 l.hds. lugs, $1 00, 1 30, 2 85, 5-00,
i 75, 6 GO, 5 W, 5 50.
Co. D, Attention!
In pursuance to special order
10 issued from tho Adj't Gonorals
office, you are hereby ordered to
appear ntyournnnory Friday oven-Jug
Fob. 5th at 7:30 o'clock for tho
purpose of electing 1st and 2nd
Lioutouaut. By order of
C. II. T'andt,
B. O. Nelson, Cnpt. Comdg.
LA GRIPPE. On Decembor 19th. I
was confined to inv room with tho
Grippe. Tho Treaiuror Of tho "Com
morcial Advortlsor" recommouded that
I should try ii bottle of "Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral," as it lmd cured him of
tho samo complaint, I sent for a bottle,
and iu two days I was nblo to. resume
my business, unci am now entirely
As I took no other Tomody, I can
but givo b11 tho credit to tho "Chorry
Pectoral," which I gratefully
as a speedy specific for this
Yours vory truly,
F. T. HARaisox,
Tho Commercial Advertiser,
21) L'nrk Row, Now York, N, Y,
. Mr. 0, L, Johnson and Miss
Lowia woro married at tho resilience
hi tho bride's father, 0. M.
'5)vls, near Guthrio, Tuesday oven-
O. II. Coun,
"of Logan county, aud Hiss Bottio D,
llopkor, of Salubrla, woro marriod
Woduosday ovening at tho residsneo
of Air. Payuo, tho brido's undo.
Mr. L. rj Cooley
and Mrs. Mattie Dellimy repaired to
tho Methodist church Just at tho close
of prayer mooting Wednesday night
andwero married, Rev. Q. W. Lyou
"ilr. nnd Mrs. 11. P, Potter, wjip woro
marriod on Jan. 20, have returnod
from their bridal tour nnd wore ton-
adored urucoptiou at thq homo of tho
lroom's pureu.tef.in Bowling Green,
L, 0, Cooley to Mrs, Mattlo Bellamy.
0, II. Conu to Bettlo 1). Hooker.
Alex Jones to Lizzio Wills.
EdBonrloa to Malt!' Green,
Gtofgo Lrll to Elmira Hatchor,
Uo saw his shadow.
l'uro Spico at JIcKoo's cheap,
Vitolln Liver Pills small and sugar
A nico lot of country apples cheap
Kor Pino Fiooriuir coll on J. II.
I Como to this ollico for popor sacks
Circuit court couvonos in Cadiznoxt
"A. U. Lamb" Is an advisor In tho
Mr. Z. J. Ogburu la slowly rocovor''
lug from Borious jllnoss.
Mr. L, T. Brasher Is just out again
from nu attack of tho grip.
Mis. William Caso, of Ton, was
burned a fow days ago.
For cash, !2511s, N. 0. sugar at
MoKoo's for ono American dollar.
Bom, to tho yvlto of Mr. II. II.
Skorrott a fino boy, Monday.
The Matinoo Club mot at Judgo
IVlrwj's lesldonco yesterday af toruoon.
moro girls for
coming season. Apply at onco to Mrs.
Tho Cadiz Tttenhone favors a
judicial district com posed of Christian,
"'BKi vnuuway anti L.yon.
Tho "Dear" honso at Clorksrlllo has
boon closed by creditors. Tho slock
consists of wet goods mostly.
The old rink building is boim: torn
down and a two-story brick will bo
built on the site by Forbes Si Bro.
Mr. Georgo J. Smith, of Era, has
fold his farm to Mr. Frank Fuller,
and wift shortly movo to Teios.
Nortoiivlllo lost another batch of
hor colored population this week
Thojr loft for tho gold fields of tho far
Mm. J. M. Teor, lato of Lougview,
has moved to Grocoy and will mnko
bbt homo with ,her nioco, Mrs. A. C.
Hicks ami Foster, tho weather
prophets, are badly oft on their lost
prediction, but tho ground-hog's nil
Ladles of tho Baptht Social will havo
n Guild at tho residence of Mr E. M.
Flack on Friday ovoning Feb 5th. All
invited to attond.
Mr, C. H. Layno lias takon out a
IlitAllon t r. . ..1 1 1.1
"" '" iuu a niruei. uacK. uruers
for hacks loft at his livory stablo will
havo prompt attention.
i ho docket for tho March tonn will
bo a very light ono. There are only
suits filed and thoro will
bo but fow criminal cases.
Mr. W. N. Duckor has moved to No.
103South Main whoro ho will In future
couduct a furniture repairing establishment.
See his local olsowhoro.
Robt. Charlton will bo hanged at
Honderson to-day for tho murder of
his mistress. 'Minnln Trnltln Tr
protests that tho killing was an
Moasrs. Huntor Wood aud Chas.H.
Rush went to Frankfort this weok to
in licata tho wishos of the Christian
County bar in regard to tho formation
of tho now Judicial district.
A conforouco of loadimr citizens was
beld at tho city court room last night,
for tho puqxwo of discussing plans
to secure tho location of tho
Tho stock of gonoral morchandiso
of W. M. Davis, Gnrrettsburtr. will bo
sold at auction to-day. Eastern
creditors attached tlinsfnclr .Inrinn.
Christmas and ordorod tho salo of
Dr. A.'J. Knapp, tho colcbratod
optician, will bo in Hopkinsvillo on
Feb. 17 andl8. As Dr. Knapp
will not visit this city during March,
parties desiring his services will do
woll to romojnbor tho abovs dates.
Samuol Loo Stirling, a crazy boy,
ran off from his mother, Mrs. M. A,
Rondeau, who, is a poor crlpplod
in Hopkinsvillo, during tho cold
weathor a fow wcoks ago anil has not
been hoard of sinco by his mother.
Col, Day having resumed as auo.
tioneorfortho Board ofTrado. Col.
Buckuor Loavoll tried his hand, nr
rathor hla mouth, this wook in soiling
iouuihxj. jonn McCord, Dr. Board
aim sovernl others nlso took
alBollluir. Tho Board will
n.'Kuiur iiuciioneor as boou
find ono to suit.
Tho coming visit of Dr. Applonmn,
tho specialist, will ! Thursday, Feb.,
11, as announced iu another column.
Although tfie doctor has mado but tw.o
visits horo, ho ha-i gainod tho confidence
of al thoso who havo consulted
him, and ho ia proving a frioiid to
tho sick, Ho takes ploosuro In
n caso aud will bo pleased to toll
nil who consult him, freo of chargo,
tho nature of their disoosoaud chanco
of n euro.
Tho Bowling Groon Times says:
"A loiter rocolvod from Mayor Jnmos
K, Forbes who la now at Hot Springs
undergoing treatment for paralysis,
slates ho Is much Honwand Mr, Sol
Calu )eft yestorday for tho Sprlnirs to
bo with him, Tho Mayor's physicians
have advised him to return homo and
it is expected ho- will arrivo horo iu a
Jew laya, Tho samo loiter which
brought tWa information also stated
that Hon, Nat A. Porter, who la also
at Hot Springs, ia much better,"
Tho Council at its last mooting restored
Judgo Brown's salary of f25
por month, which had been held up
for four months. Judgo Brown agreod
to release his claims againet tho city
for fooa worked out.
Among the claims allowod by tho
Council Tuesday night, was ono
of $37.50 to Messrs Flack and
as Chartor Commissioners. This
was to dofray their hotol bills of f 12.-25
each and $13 for HopkinsvihVs
part of tho convention's expenses
for printing and typow ritinj.
Tho commissioners prcsontod no bill
for their trnvoling expenses, which
Tha Moit Pleasant Way
Of preventing tho grippe', colds,
aud fovors is to ubo the liquid
laxative remedy Syrup of Figs, whenever
tha system needs a gentle, yst
effective cloansing, To ba bonoiitod
Oae must got the true remedy manufactured
by tha California Fig Syrup
Co., only. For sals by all druggists
CITY COURT NEWS,
Tho City Council at Its regular
meeting Tuesday did llttlo mora than
transact, tho roullno business. Tho
usual wrnuglo ovor oloctrio lights took
place and tho usual rejection of tho
Gas Company's request for an extension
of tho franchise transpired.
Mr.S, O. Morcor askod for an oloctrio
light franchiso but no action was
takouon Lis potiliou, Tho election
of a Colloctor was inado a special
order for Monday night.
Wo droptwd into McKeo's, "Tho
iiuterprising Grocer," yostordsy, and
in looking over his largo stock, wo
woro reminded that spring tlmo Is ap
proaching. Fino largo cabbago are
ou hand and all tho dl.Toront kinds of
potatoes aro now In stock ready for
spring planting. Fresh oysters art
rocolvod daily and In fact vorytblog
to eat, quality tho vory boat, can bo
Vi as . a I ll T"
iuuuu ub uvivuu a. a
Mr. It. II. Holland has lot tho contract
to build a largo flro proof
houso on his lot in tho roar of tho
Opera Houso. Whou complolod it
will bo used as a storago houso for
McKoo, tho onlorprelnjr trrocor. Tho
building will bo 20x45 foot and will
liavo n largo cellar In connection.
Work will bo commenced in a fow
days and in a short time it will be
iTho lalost rabbit hunt is roportod
from Pembroke Tho drivo lasted
two days. Tho first day 158 woro
slain and tha socond 238. Thors woro
nino guns in tho party, which consisted
of Moasrs. W. T. Radford,
W.D.Garnott.P. B. Pendleton, W.
A. Itadford, J. A. Radford, Bon Gar
nott.O.E.Barkor, P. 51. Barker and
W. B. Boloto.
Contractor M'ortran is havinir trou
ble in gottlng hands at J I a day. He
is now working with a forco of about
thirty and It is understood has gono
away to got tho hands ho needs. Laborers
close at hand who are holding
out for fancy prices are liablo to be
loft in their calculations. Tho L. &
N. pays only $1 a day for laborers on
Tho Lodgo of Knights of Honor, at
wnurch Hill, on yestorday paid to
aira. Julia Baker J2,000, amount of
hor lato husband's policy in that
order. This Lodiro is now in a
healthy condition and constantly in
creasing in membsnhip.
Eighty hogsheads of tobacco wore
sold on tho Board Wednesday. No
real good loaf was offsred. Common
to medium loaf brought from J3.50 to
iHW. Lugs brought good prices also.
Tbo markot was firm.
Tho young pooplo were cntertainod
at Mr. Thomas Jonos last ovoning, in
honor of Mrs. Jones' pueat, Miss Bob-
bio lluntor. Tho affair was tho
cial ovont of tho week.
Tho faculty and young ladies of
Bethel Female College havo iesuod
invitations to a reception at tho
At tho businoss mooting of tho
Baptist church Wednosday evening,
tho deacons rocommonded an increaso
of J300 in tho pastor's salary.
No. 180030 Again.
This policy was issued nn Dm lif
of a citizen of Hopkinsvillo, for $10,-000
in February, 1889. Tho dividend
in 1891 was ovor 25 per cent, and for
1892 Is noarly 2GJ per cent. Agents
of rival companies havo boon saying
for ton years that NORTHWESTERN
DIVIDENDS could not hold
up. Results disprovo tho statement.
No company pays such largo
uonus as tho NORTHWESTERN.
Pio company is so strong.
LONG A KELLY, Agts.
a uuauuiui lino oi now styis
for tho spring trado, just re
ceived at 0. M. Latham's.
Charloa CollinB, drunk, fined 5.00
John Lowis, col,, samo, samo.
Dallas Diuguid, col., disorderly
conduct, given 80 days in tho work
houso. Diuguid is only twelve jours
old but has sorved out several sen
tences in tho work houso before.
James Buckncr, col., b. p., fined
110.00 and costs. ' '
Hattio Jones, col., b. p., flnod 1
cout and costs.
Eliza Glass, col., some, same.
Muscoe McCullough, col., o, c. d. w.,
Alar Gant, col., petit larceny, sent
to work Iioubo for DO days.
Junius Thompson, col., o. c. d.w.
loft open for further hearing.
James Pinner, col., grand lareoay,
Most Houto Robbed.
Last Friday night sorao thlof broko
open tho moat houso of Col.,Napoloon
B. Gregory, of Church Hill, and secured
about $30 worth of hams. Mr.
Gregory kopt tho matter ciuiot uulll
ho satlsfiod hlmsolf that ho had loca
ted tho thfof. whoa ho sworo out a
warrant charging Jnmos Pinner, col.,
of this city, with tho crime. Pinner
was arroatod and Judgo Brown lias
bon holding an examining triat for
tho past two days. There aro a number
of witnesses on both sidos. Tho
care was onco uisuiissod but rinnor
was again takon into custody.
jAiylum Ooard Meeting,
Tho monthly mooting of tho Board
of Commissioners of tho Asylum was
bold Tuesday. All of the members
woro present excepting Mr. H. J.
Stites, who was sick. Tho President
of tho Board, Mr. B. E. Randolph,
being ono of tho retiring Jmorabors,
his successor, C. M. Meacham, was
chosen President. Tho accounts for
tho month woro allowed, amountiug
tosomothingovor $7,000. Tho
of a Treasurer was gono into, but
no soloctlon was mado. Throo.ballots
woro takon without chango, tho vote
slauding, Jno. B. Trico 3, W. T.
Tandy 3, J. E. McPhorson 2. Adjourn
ed to meet in Judgo Potroo's ollico
at 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Tho
terra of Mr. Jno. B. Trico, tho present
incumbent, expires Fob. 7.
Sinking Fork Items.
Sinkino Fobk, Jan. 28. Miss
Mina Wood will attend school at
South Kentucky Collcgo for tho next
Mr. Clom Stephens has returnod
from a short visit to his grand-father's,
who resides at Bcachvillo, Ky.
Miss Ida Hisor spont a fow days of
last weelr with Miss Lula Stophons.
Mr. Lucian Spurlin, of Waco, Texas, I
ta arvnnrlirtrv ft frttv Hntrs it'iMi XTra I
Q guUUUIUt. M 1UH WIIJU 11IVU MAID)
Mrs. Cltrk. who has boon sick for
sorno tlmo, is now convalescent.
A party was givon at tho rosidonco
of Mr. Tom Warren Wednesday night.
A large crowd was present and the
tima passed oil pleasantly.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowis, of your
havo removed to tholr quiet
home ucar horo.
Mrs. Isabol Vauchan is vory
with LaGripix) at tho timo of
Mr. Pritchott, of Madisonville, has
boon spending a fow days with f rionds
in this vicinity.
Tho Kentucky Association moots
this year in westorn Kontucky again.
Wo would urge every teacher truo to
tho cauoo to mako their arrangements
to go. Wo beliovo that this stato is
entorincr unon a new era in her ed
ucational history; tha teacher who
ropocta his, profession is coming to bo
sought by tho intelligent public.
and domatrojruos are
making their dying efforts. Thoy
are clinging to their idols, but like
thoir idols thoy aro fast being laid on
tho shelf; now we hopo to soo this
county will leprosentod'at tho mooting
which is to bo hold at Paducah,
AS OTHERS SEE C3.
Tho following from tho Now York
Evening Pod shows how somo things
aro rocoiroduy outsiders:
"An outrageous specios of oxtortion
Is practiced on tho teachors in many
of tho country 'die trie t s of Kontucky.
It is notorious tbat their salarios aro
ridlculuosly small but this has not
deterred txualeea from compelling
thorn to cotitributo a part of thoir
moagro incomo'to keeping the school
houso iu 'repair. The appointmont
of teachers, In como districts has boou
contingent on tho maxinum amount
that thoy would givo for this purposo.
Candidates, would bo invited to bid
against ono anothor and tho ono
that offered tho largest sum obtained
tho school.! Courant.
Tbenton, Ky., Fob. 3, 1892. On
last Monday the town marshal of this
place arroatod ono John Pondlotou of
color and placod him in tho cnlahooso
for safe keeping. Tho chargos woro
of a trivial nature. Tho darky, how-
ovor, mado roalstanco aud hid to bo
clubbed into submission, being known
to bo adosporato nogro and it also
known that ho had mado Tory
violent throats against somo of tho
bst citizens of the town, two of whom
wore young society lodloa.
An oniony mob of about ilftoon or
twenty doternxlnod men (after pro
curing the keys from somo placo
where they luvuboon loft by tbo mar
shalfor tho purposo of beiug givon
to an old dark oy who feeds tho prl
oonors) proco&ded to tho jail and took
him to an adjoining woods whoro thoy
proceeded to f3."o him a sound flogg
The darkoy was ou tho streets yesterday
mornfaig looking vory much
the worso for wear, no told all tho
particulars nnd said thoy told him
they would givo him
hours to leavo tho town, which ho proceeded
to do after having his wouuda
dressed by Dr. G. A. Harrel.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
, Commencing Monday, Jan. 25th.
Tho entire stock has hcen marital in vlain fut
ures and at the lowest prices, to make room for
one of the largest Spring Stooks ever broUPht to
this'city. Remember we havo only one price, and
thai the lowest, and marked in vlain event dart
We i have just received a few specials. Read
10e a yard for choice of 2.000 yards all linen Torchon
laces and insertings.
12ic a yard for choice of 1,000 yards Bambuig
edging worth 12 1-2 to 15c.
25c each for window shades on spring rollers, actually
00c for the best cloth window shade 7 feet long on
321c for the best Turkey Red Table Damask,
$1:10 for choice of any comfort in th e house. Only
a small lot left.
0c a yard for good surah silk.
Laig6 line of straw matting just received.
A Composition on The Bee
Thoro are threo kinds of boos.
Quoons, Drones, and Workers. Tho
queens stay, at homo nnd. hatch eggs.
Thoir bodies aro long liko warps. Tho
drones do nothing. Tho workers
havo two bags in thoir, bodies. In ono
of theso Uags thoy put honoy aud in
tho other thoy put food for tho baby
Tho first man that know most about
bees was by tho namo of Huber, and
ho wrote a big book about them. Ho
know a irirl who helpod him all slio
could because ho was blind.. Ho hud
a hired man who helped him t n.
When tho girl got grown Huber
riod her. Hs livod to bo quite an old
man, and also a great ono."
This is my composition. I did my
bolt in describing tho beo.
KABL LaNDEH DlETItlt'lI,
Ago 7 cars
Third year grado, Hopkinsvillt
Public Schools, Mrs. Rosa if. Drum
J. M. Teor vas born In Grenada,
Hines Co. Miss., Nov. 9th, 1830, and
livod in that state until 18G7, whou ho
camo to Kontucky, Ho was married
to Miss Mollie Summers May Oth
1873, and died nt his homo near .Long-
view at 2 o'clock p.m. Jan. 19th 1892,
Although brought up without a
mother, ho was a man
of many good traits of char-
actor. He was honorablo in his
dealings, and mot his obligations faith
fully. Ho was a capablo businoss man,
as tho handsome ostato ho loft attests.
Ho waa kind and courteous in
his homo, a firm friend, and
a very- dovotod husband. Ho
was a groat lovor of children
aud was novor so happy as
whon in their presonco. When
tho attending physician told
him that he could not livo
bo calmly replied "I am not afraid to
to dio." And without ony nervousness
or oxcitojnont bo had his will
written, ond mado n numbor of
quosts, and tlio noxt day poacofully
tell asloop. a
ftf SCHOOL AND CHURCH.
Tho declared YsloJrals In tha En
fllsh artny aud navy number 19,S1&
The clturrh membership Is 1.33J.
-Tha jUothociltla aro jubilant ovor
the fuot that their missionary society It
frco from debt for tho flrat timo Jn
Rigid examination of tho applicant!
for certificates to toaoh In Willis, Tex.,
hasrcanltoJ in the Idleness of bait tha
schools of tno county.
Ttnlhvnv schools for ehlldrea oi
railway employes are maintained by
tho railway companies In India, at a
very small expense to tho pupils.
A cftURus'ot church troors In
a fAlltntf off In ten years,
though ehurohes provldlnir 15,000 now
slttlncra havo been built In that time.
There Is at JInHlmoro, Ireland, a
flthlrifr sohool where boys recetve in
Btmctloa In all branches of a sea fisher
man's work, aud in such allied Indus,
Ftiro Bronw Tur-Mis
Wo will, o'rt Thursday, Feb., 25, '1)2,
soil to tho highest blddor, tho farm
known oa tho "Homo placo" of tho
latoW.T. Stowo, ucar Julion,
acres. Also 12 head of
mules, ; lot of cattlo and hogs, farming
uteiislU of overy doccriptiou,
about 000" barrels of corn, about G,000
lbs of bacon, 15,000 lb, of tobacco,
hotiBohold. and, kitchen furniture. Tho
farm will bo sold at 11 o'clock
sharp. SaJo will commonco at 10
o'clock. Terms mado known on day
of salo. G. II. aud E, A. Stowo,
Save 1-2 Your Money
O.V EVKKYTIIINO YOU 11UY.
Write for our Mammoth Catalogue
Containing lllu.trntlona, nnd Klrlng lownt
manufacturer's price, on all kind, of good, and
upplle.: Urocerlca, Ilouicliolil Oood,
turrtciouiin7, Lame.' anu ucni.' ioininff anu
Knrnlehlns!iMd., UroM (Jood Wlilte ood,
lrr Good.. Hat. and Can. Itoots unit Shoe..
iiuckis ueneiry, Buvcrwnre, uvg$v, niup,
Agricultural Cinplcments, etc.
ONLY FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Catalogno lanton receipt otSOa, forpostare
(nol a tent wanted In erery county and city
to Introduce otir goods. J.lve men can make
as much as 50 per week.
A. KAKFEN & CO.
53 River St., Chicago.
$1,200 PER YEAR.
We will pay tho almre salniy to any LIVE
aitent or aie man felllnir our nfiii'inl line of
Mctrli.indUe and huppllpn. I'aitlcular. and
Catalogue oa lecclptuf :imtifor expicsarge
Ml River Street,
Thoroug bbrotl Jureoy
ulf. Apply this ollico.
All kinds oi vegotautes
cheap for cash.
Saddles, Hnrnoss, Bridles, Collars,
Homos, Chains, etc., choaper than
ovor. Special prices onhorso blanket,
oil covers and lap robes, Buggy whips,
collar pads, uroecning etc., at tno lowest
CASH prico. F. A. YOST & CO'S
No. 18, 9th St.
Eldor R. Earl, having roturnod
from Dycusburg whoro bo has been
preaching for two years, cats now bo
found at Crofton, Ky., whoro bo has
opened up a barber shop iu tho Dr.
Pool houso. on Princeton and Water
streets, and invites a call from bis
old customers. His razors aro sharp,
fowols clean and everything is Icopt
clean, nico and complete.
Yours Truly. R. Earl.
JACK FOR SALE,
A fino 7-year-old Jack for salo. Apply
to J. P. Meacham,
Has ojwnod a general furnituro
ropairiug establishment at No. 103
South "Main, and will do all
kinds of repairing. Will also manufacture
to crdor all kinds of spring
mattrossns on abort notico. Guarantee
all work to givo satisfaction. Tho
patrouogo oi all his old friends solicited.
Driod Boot llama
Nico thin Bacon
Post Groon Colfee
Fresh Picklo iu bulk
8 lb, can best Tomatoes
2 lb. can sugar Corn
GENTLEMEN: You can savo
monoy by purchasing your goods and
having tiiem mado up iu first class
stylo by mo, Fits guaranteed and
prices tho cheapest. A full lino of
samples of suiting and trimming also
kept on hand. Frank Zindar,
Back of First National Bank
GONE TO NEW YORK-
Mr. R. Green has gono to Now York
City to buy hia Spring atock. Ou
of this ho will roduco tho price
oa everything iu his lino of general
dry goods to the lowest figures in
to niuko room for tho Spring
Get Prices on Eorbes & Bro.'s
TOBACOO IS KINO-.
Prepare for a Big Or op
And Buy the
wawKitfaCi'fc Tr --.-- "K.i'cs:
Tho best In tho world,
hiro tlicleiclinlto ilo of Iho tlcinltTnbAceo t'lantcr, aa llluilritlcd bOTf, anii tin
would b pleJ for jou to call at our ofllco and tt Itio machlna tor jonri li anil nara
menu Inur explAIncil to yon anu wnen you inorounniyiiniiprKinu iuu "m.iuj.
" of tho machine yon will twcfrtaln to purcliate one, lor wo KNOW that It 1 to the In
terct of OTcry tobacco rrowor to planter.. Hi
You can plant your tobacco with less work.
You cau plant your tobacco so that it will livo better.
You can plant your tobacco wncn tno plants aro rcaun
You can plant your tobacco when the irround is ready.
OUIl tobacco will grow bctter,and you aio certain ofd full crop of tho "Wcl"
It ralm at the right llmo or not. KcrjtMng coaalilcred. tho IlcmU Tobacco
ter It the mot perfect f Arming Implement on tliftro.ul.ct to-day, ami rou will eoniult jour
own ItJlCrCIl Uj lnTCIllgAllllg IHO iuouia ui iuu raagmno n uncc.
. , Don't forcct that we hare the moit coinpleta rianlntt Mill. Wagon 1'actorr ana Iimlicr
ur.31 line of IV aeons on earth, mid weonlya.k you to auo them
Wo cordially invito you to cxamiuo
STYLES before placing your order.
laru in till, section, and we are tueuarcd tofunil.h Touall kinds of rouzh
and fancy wuik, and will aril at bottom prices Our HAllOWAUK andlMl'LEMKNT IIOUSG
Isabwlutcly the larRc.t and beat aisorted that ran bo found anywhere, and we wilt aato yau
money iinnuylhlngToii may want In this line, .lint another wold and wo aro through.
1'Ica.o bear in mind when you ate In need nt nuythlnz In the Saddle or Harness line tlMt
you want to ro to the mammoth otablbhmcnt of toilllfcs i 11IIO., corner Tenth and XI. In.
Our Sadillo and IlarncH Shop la now and embraces tho very best quality of material ond work
manthlp throughout, and we will make It to your Interest to buy from ui lu this line .
On tho other hand, If you want anything In tho way of Oils, i'alnts, llais VCte., plaaso
call on us and we 111 th o you entire satisfaction both In nrlco and quality.
Now In conclusion, wenl.h tosarthat we are stin loading tho Blacksmith and
tho Wagon lino We sold more Wagons In 1801 than In any Mbcr
nre Ions year ane we proKe to still futther Increaso our sales
this year. Wo are making the
a trial to bo convinced of LU
fact. We want you to come to see us nnd trade with us. If you don't want to trado with as,
como to sco ua anyway, and sea our way oi ! doing business, and maybe you will find oat thai f
you want Strictly First Clasa Uooda. and something that you can depend on, that It Is to your U-
ivo. ivgivc us youriraue. xours wnn anejoio uuainctis,
OBEJS cSC BI30., Hpkinsvil Ky.
H. J. HURT, PROPIIIETOR.
SRATE: $1.50 to $2.00 PER DAY.
COR. TWELFTH AND MAIN STREETS.
1 Squares shore J. M.& I. and L.E.Jtt.L. Depot.) I nillCUII I C sV
(Squares below Union Depot. I LuUIOllLLC. Ills
Street Cara pass the Door Brtry Klre Ulautes for all partsof the CI lev
Our Suits aro cut and mado by tho
most modern styles, and with an eye
to plcaso tho most fastidious, and suit
the most subdued.
our SPRING AND SUMMER
N. TOBIN, Merchant Tailor.
New Arlington Hotel
Under Ncrr JInnagemont.
Centrally located. Street Cars to tho Depots and all parts or the city
evory 16 minutes. Heated by Steam, and all Modern Itnnrovemanta. Sn.
Aial nllrtniirti. 4a I 'AtiintAtoAinl 'I'MAivnlm.n M aa.I Cav..Y TY a m
cat .itiuimuil iu uuiiiiiiuiwiiu xtu.u.uie. viuuu oailllliu JiUUIIlg, XauIQ
pneu wiin tno uesi tno
Elegant Bar and Billiard Hall Attached.
G. A. ROTH, Managr.
E. C. Mtt w, Prpri
AMOS T. HARRIS,
mbcr and Dlretor In rtirlna m.tilera' as-M
soclatloa, and llreeiler of Ilcglstircd
Union County, Ky.
Nothing lint JStoct slilijel, and all
Unaranleed as represented.
Dreedlng Regulated so that l'lgs can he sup.
piled Nearly any month In the year, l'llccs
According to Age and Sex.
rtttHt Jtlilrri: M.OVIIXOT, Vntmn
Rrrmr.NCK! Xallonal nank, Jtnrganlleld
Hank st Ualontovrn andCouutyOnTclals,
A'M saaB"1! HI! II
I havn for salo a choice lot of tliongliUred
llcrkatilre Hogs, all ages now ready fordellvery,
Alsoshorlkoru cows and calves, both sexes,
icgl.lercdorellglhln to reKUtrr, at farmer's
v ISAAC GARROTT,
Ploasnnt Viow Stock Fann,
Ono moro opportunity will bo givon
to fiuo borao raisors of Christian aud
adjoining counties to brood to
GORDON, No. 3127.
He will mako tho season of 1BW at
Mrs. L. J. Elgin's farm, (J miles oast
of Hopkinsvillo and one mile north of
Hopkhisvlllo nnd Fairviow Pike, This
is a tare chanco to natronlzo tho lxat
bred son of Onward, and tho stoutest
mado,lest bonod voting stallion in
Kontucky. With ids brooding and
individuality Gordon Is sure to produce
TERMS 850,00 PER SEASON;
Marea from a dlstnnco kept ou reasonable
L. L. & T. E. Eloin,
HopkiuBville, K y,
Lb Ni Oi
1'IIB OltEsT i
Through Trunk Line
., . between ths cities o
Olnolnnatl, Laxlngton, Lonan
EvanuvlUo, St. Lcnio,
... And the cities or
NanhvlUp, Komphls, Moat
AND SPEED 0XBIVALED. ,
Shortest AQuickest Route
From St. Louis, Evansvillo nnd
Uouderson to tho
From abovo cities to Nash.
TiUo and Chattanooga,
making direct con-
POLLEN PAU0E OARS
For Atlanta, HavannalT
Ylllo ana Polnte
Connections aro mado at Guthrie and
NashvUJo for all points
this rpad will receive ajwclal low rates
faeo agonta of this company for rates
routes tic, or writo to
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