ritKOt K ItAllTI.KV. Hnalnees Ma.ier
TUESDAY, MA11CII ICtli, 180J
Mr. Bntley Itlcbtudii has returned
from Now ork.
. ir.lli. Il!. r T - r n t.
1 f. iHB3 IiaillU Jlivun, ui Ajiliojuiiv, 10
Dick MoCnrroll, of Dallas, Tex.,
Is visiting bis imrouls hero.
Hon, G.J. Pratt, of MadtsotiTllle,
vrai attending Court yestuiday.
Mr. S. II. La no, of Pembroke,
bis parents Sunday in the city,
Mr. niitl Mrs. Jako Samuel, of
amuviiip, ncro in wie city aun
Mr. A. I. White, of Nnili'tille, ti
visiting relatives in tho city and
Esq. Ned Campbell nnd sou, of
Houdi'rson, am visiting Mr. B S.
MIhsob Nolliu ilradley and WilUo
Campbell Tisitod MIhs Jomie Whitlow,
at t as ley, Sunday.
Stm Nellio Lrly, of the Superior
Art G, EratiHvillo, Iml , loft for hr
homo Fiidny uhdd.
Mr. .1 M Frnnkc'l will ion for tho
east In morrow to buy npriug (food.
Mm bViinln'l will accompany him
to buv ii uttwk uf Mllhuory.
Jim Oo.roti, Mho lmi b.vn Mr. .
P CdinplM'U's prirslo necrvlury, will
go to liiiiill(t this week to take a
trodtiuii With ilia Kentucky Methodist,
Mr. V M. Whitlow and littlo bod,
of Omky, were in town Friday. Mr,
'Whitlow oime in tho iuteroHtotSem'l
nurblii wurks at
villi', mid in uitnl did a good
fur his Cntnblifthineut, which is
thuhiviltiMtublighed uud best equipHd
nntirpriso of the kind to bo found
utiyivhr in tho wholo country. C
Mr. Edw. 0. Le'gb, Aidstnut Secretary
of State, was in Tmiuesteo last
week on ptiblio buaiiiesn and took occasion
to run over to this city to spend
Similar. Hy a singular coiucidonco
be was no fottuuato at to meet a party
here fur vtl.oui ho IjikI nt Attachment.
Ho "pent iiiot of the dsy looking lifter
tldi cww, and IhII In the afternoon
nflnr taking stop to bring
Hi" mutter into co'irt.
nFAfri OF NEW8.
T.J. who had Inpii employed
mh night W'huii'l of the
lien l'Wn for ynart, wa in
stantlr Ullnd Tliurwliiy night nt 9
o'clock, Ills ilxnth U inynteriouo, but
It wti supposed tlint'whl'o making
(be run ii'it the liriilge a gun he
!arrw W iMvidwitall discharged.
Jlii hi ly waul cut to piece by a train,
'avhlcb could not Imsloppod in time
jtftor he was diprorrrod on the track.
1 1 i!i C. McQehea Ouncosd.
Huli t', McGehee, aniorcbut at
Oak Grove, wont to St. Louis lint
wenk uud fell Inlo tho liOIU of bunco
steerersand was robbed of all his
;noim and his gold watch. The
JJrao'tdlu Courier of Friday give?
Mr iJtO 'hiV explanation of how
It Wit dnn. Ue nivm he foil In with
(llf.M rlr'iut tt'ho'iimdu tlioniRolrpi
nrotfii'ilitiMi dm tr.tln dO'iiiug home
nn(i,1taliy Invited him toplaynuchre
"jii't for fun," Afltirawhilethey Iwgati
playing for fltnMl slakes, which were
increased until their victim
flu I tt;),ed uud lost several hundred
,dolliir nod n fine gold watch. They
,got nir llioti'ij and gave him the slip
on the Olh, from Caldwell
Mr. Marion LeRoy and MUs Addle
Uolle Troylor, Married by Rev.
J. T, Wabjou.
R. II. Burks,
a young dontUt of was
married to MIns Josslo Goorgo, of
"White Sulphur, Ky.
Mr. T. M. Mann
and Mi" Bobble Ethrldge, of Lyon
ccuoty, oloped to Metropolis, II)., and
jvoro married last wook.
A Huaia) sensation at Murray was
tho olopeiijont Jst wook of Goo. Dor-
rington, a widower with Miss Ida
Matthews, a daughter of Rev, T. M,
Matthewu, of that place. Tho minis
lor was so much opposed to tho match
that ho threatened to shoot Dorring
(on if he tnnrrlod his daughter. The
girl, however, wont with him to III!-.nod
and they wero marrfod and have
'returned to Murray nnd gone to housekeeping,
Clarkavlllo, Teiiu., March 10, '02.
Offerings of tobacco by Hancock,
Withers & Co., for two wooks ending
March 10th, 1602!
JIi hhds, common to good leaf 15 7C
IU hhds, common to good lugs f3 CO
to 0 2!i.
Robert E. Benuen, an trrylum pa
tleut, dlej in that Institution Friday,
aged 55 yoars. Beuuen was for
many years u proepwrous msrohant
t Pmluculi and his rsmalna were taken
back to that place for intermont
Four-year-old child of Mr, Kepberi,
near tha olty, Sunday,
VilallaLWor Pills roslora lost
Anything from a nlcklo to an Onyx
clock at YatcV.
According to tho ground hog, this
la the last day of winter,
Tho (mil crop In tttlll utl right in
spito of the recon tfroero.
Born to tho wlfo of Esq. B. D. Lack
ey, of Falmow, on tho 13tb, a boy.
Orange spoons, fruit knlres, cream
ladles, etc., just received at YaUs'.
Dr. A. P. Campbell, dentist, office
atMr.J.N.MIIli, EittSerouth St.
Dufaker & Uudorwood, undertakers,
office opposite First Ndtlomd Bank.
Tho six months limit on tho Garlty
electric light franchlso expires March
Alex Crabb had one of his bands
badly mashed while operating a job
press lu this ofllco Friday.
Sunday was a day aftor ono's own
heart. It was the first pretty Sabbath
wo hate had for many wooks.
A chorus of twoutr firo toicoh has
been organized at the BtiptUt church
with Dalley Waller at loader.
Lost. A pair of gold spectacles
between Baptist churvh and my
Liberal reward. J. P. Tioxus.
Work has been rttoppid on the
Ninth Htroet fill until the
can Iw taken up aud rebuilt of
Robt, Hullum was drowned while
fishing iu Uarreu river, uaar Bowling
Ureeti. lie was 26 vears old aud a
Mtrcury didn't stop at 23 Thun-day,
but by Friday morning fell to
2J diigree. (t wai a sure enough
As low down as Clinton, Miss., the
mercury went down to 00 degToos nnd
iu that latitude caught tho fruit trees
in full bloom.
The Court of Appoils Saturday
overruled tho petition for a rehearing
iu the cose of Aberuathy vs. Long and
Wheeler. Mills & Co. -
Tlio tobacco sa'.ea .of Ilnucock,
Withers & Co , Clnrksvillo, appear in
thW ii-iii", and will be rn.ul with
luteristby tin ftrmur.
Malt Ituwlx, of Priiieetoq, a rob-
IhvI of $35 by' Mitak thief, who
enteriHl his at night. A negro
boy was arreUkl on suspicion.
The Uniform rank, Kofi'., has
elected Thomni Itodman, iiiptniii,
floury Tandy flrH llettteuiiiit and I
John P. CatuplKll lieutenant
MUs Virginia II alle, of Colombus,
Ky., is in the city for tho purpose, of
organizing a Sketchograph Portrait
Sehool. Furtlior announeeniont
Largo numbers of people, men,
women and children, walked out on
tho O V. Itsilroiid Sunday, mviy of
them to a distance of a mile and a
Mni.Sthalsworth and Mls Merrinm
pWsnty eutertaiugd a limited number is
of invited guests, in the parlors
of B.'thtd Femalo College, Saturlay
Cnspr J, Fid I a hai suoil " Bivck
onridjfo Railroad Co, at Cloverport,
for killing 1)h hoii J no. I). Fella
Reulxm A. Miller, q( Qwensboro, ia
Auy oi)o wishing a flpriug suit
cheap should pal) on Frank giuilor,
merchant tailor, ff loth street rpar of
First National Bank. Prices from
?20 up. Pants from $5 up.
A largo piece of plastering fell In tho
oornor near ohe of tho stovos during
th pertormanoo in the Opera House
SAlurday night. It waa not over any
seats and no harm was done.
Tho houso of Mrs. G. W.'Douglass,
of Warren county, was struct by
lightning and although she was not
Injured she died from nervous pros-
tratlop, being Jiterplly scared to death.
The lwuti(ul display of foot woart
In Thomas Rodman's ahow windows
la tho talk of tho town. Mr.J.F.
Dan forth Is entitled to the credit for
arranging the bandsomo lino so
Tho Governor has remitted the 5100
fine against Dr. Whit (the "W. W.
W" doctor who wiw recently
by Esq. Tinsley bocauso ho
forgot to register Ills liconso. Uaj.
Pholps was his attorney.
Felix Grundy'a aire old Happy
Cross, who If 1G years old, was told
on the OthW at Mr. Hillary Bell's
salo 1'alrflald Nelaon Co,, Ky, for
11,000.00, IIli purohasor lives In Mar
Ion County nhtre, they are preparing
to raise somo fine saddlo stock,
Dr. A. J, Knapp, tho celobratod
optician, will bo In Hopklnsvillo on
April 1st and 2nd, As Dr. Knapp
will not visit this city during March
parties desiring his sor vices will do
well toremombor tho above datos.
In Hondunoq coal Is dsllvored In
thrrty bushol loads at Bj oeqts pef
bushel for lump) 0 cents per bushel
for nut, and 9 cents for stoom coal.
Iu quauttttes of fifty bushels or more
U is of A Pent cheaper for
Weather Prophet Foster's
for this week ore, Sunday moderating,
Monday warmer, Tuesday
storm wavs, Wednesday wind chang
ing and coolsr, Thursday clearing
and oool, Friday moderating, Saturday
I Chlof Fritz nnoslod Virgil Bogan.l
col., at Guthrie, Thursday, on a
charge of houso breaking and grand
larcouy committed at Franklin about
a wook ago. Ho spent the night in
jail hero nnd was taken to Franklin
Friday to answer tho clmrgos. Tt u
Ifollevod that ho Is tho snmo man who
robbed two ministers nt Groonvillo
last week, ns ho answers the doscrip
tlou. He is considered a dosnurato
charaetor but mode no resistance
whon ho was taken It to custody by
There nro eight brothers living in
this comity, tho sumllost of which Is
six foot tall and weighs 180 pouuds.
Tho largost stands six foot, two iuchos
in his Aock foot nnd tips tho beam at
228 pounds. They nro Messrs. A. II.,
J. D., LIge, M. S., Goorgo, Snm, Alox,
aud A. B. Bastin, nnd nro eons of tho
Into William Dastin, who was n
small man. Their mother
was n su.nll lady, but a vory hearty
one, and was tho mother of 15 child
reu. Slnnford Journal.
Dr. Applomau, tho Louisville spec
ialist, was in tho city ouo doy' lost
week, as per aiinouncomont. His
rooms worn crowded with patients
throughout the day, und tho fact that
his business is rapidly increasing was
npparent. Should tho rush continue
it will bo necessary for him to speed
two days of each month with us In
steiid of ono. Ho will ngnln visit the
city Thursday, April 7, remaining
onodiiy only. The ofllicted should
hour this date iu mind.
Gray & Pace, tho Ninth stroot bar
bors, hnvo had (heir office
papered nnd painted for spring.
Tho paper will provo especially attractive
to lovers of horso flesh, as tbo
figure is a design aud tbo
border is a string of racers in full
Bpood. This firm does a largo bus!-nuts
and its patronage has increaed
so much of Into that another chair
will b put in shortly.
Tho O. V. hands nearest the
city are uovv Iwyond the Major place
and as tho crude Is light are milk
ing rapid headway. About four miUi,
or nearly half, of the road has been
grided, and work is nlso being push
t on tho gap lit Princeton. Ci n-tractor
Morgan says the outdo routl
will bo graded iu fivo weeks, with
Lot the holders of dark tobucco,
thoroughly orgauize uud mukn tho
flrfht for their lives against the Regius.
Olarksville, Pmlucah, llopkiunrille
aud Louisville can aevomplUh more
by uniting uuder u common
uud fighting ii common enemy, than
they cau by piu hooking -mini I ship
liuntu from oju uuother. Altogether
Mr. Buckuer leavtll is nnuouuu
to day as a cuudidate for Circuit
Court Clerk, subject to tho notion o(
the Democratic parly. Mr. Lett veil il
onoof tliOBtauuohoat and
Demoi-ruts iu tbo county nnd a high
ollloiol iu the F. & L, Union. Ho will
make a race that will set n 2:30 pice
fiom start, to finish.
If yoa wish the bast ou!trr ..it wk
that is typical iu obnw, rich iu color
aud beautiful iu marking, Mock that
bred from a long liuu of winner,
und will breod a long lino of winner-,
theu you should pluco an order with
thu Euipin Poultry Yd, I'ickfoid fc
Co, Ump'r'i Ky,
O iv. Bf j u It t vvrtik
Mr. Charles Kuight to the rncancy
on thobviardot asylum
Mr. Knight Is a goutlemau uf
intelligence and of oxcellont business
ideas nnd Mi tioaruow to tho asylum
will iqako l.lii) a valuable iisn)U)r an
tho Board. The appointment is a first
The Conlral City Iferqld wrltos up
Rev. A. D. Litchfield, of Butlor county,
as n "jock leg," an "ignoramus," a
"pusillanimous puppy," and othor
similar things, on QooQuqt of ni) offen
sive sermon preached on the subject
of dancing, in which certain utterances
of the Herald were eovoroly criticised.
Grand Dictator, A. J. Uosa, of Columbus,
Ky., will dolivor n public
at tho Church HU1 grango hall
on tho fourth Friday in this month.
Ills subjoct will bo "Tho objects and
alms of tho Kjilglda of lloupr," The
public invited. Tho lecturo will bo
gin promptly at 1 o'clock . m.
Mr, 13, M. Flack, who has had bis
office with J. D. Ware for eomo yoars,
has opened an, office of his own in tho
corner room over tho postoffice. Mr.
Norman Smith, of Clarksville, will bo
in charge ol this o'ffico, as Mr. Flack
spends a portion of evory wook la
Clarksvlllo during tbo tobacco season,
Rov. J. B. Cottrell and Ror. J. A.
Lewis woro in Groonvllla last weok
and had tlioir room entered bv a
thief who stole their pants and
Dr. Cottroll lost $112 aud
Mr. Lowls 5. The latter awoko in
time to boo a nogro oscapiug with his
Tho Hartlo building is being torn
down this wook nd arrangements are
bsing made to move the Hawkins aud
StooLr cottages tovacant lots of Mr.
A. Hillo's, on Jesup Avonuo. Thosa
houses are nil on tho O, V, dopot
Tho Iron Hall Is having a boom
since tho cash pay mon 1 1 It ma do las
weok. Thoro la a regulor rush of now
members. Tho plan Is to pay in
about$l8 a year for seven years and
draw out $1,000,
Fifty-six jurors from Hopkins
county arrived yosterday morning
summoned In thu Boyd coso, A jury
was made up and tho rest returned I
at 1Q o'clock, J
Tho caio of tho Commonwealth vs
John Boyd was cnllod yos
tordny and Is now being Iriod. This
Is tho famous embezzlement enso
which was tnndo tho malu isMio In (ho
county oloollon of 1890. A special
panel of 50 Jurors from Hopkins county
arrived yesterday uud out of (his
number n jury mis tnndo up, This
entailed an expense to tho nlnto of
about l each- or nearly $.TK). Tho
juiy asmadoup Isns follows: W. T.
Davis, S. II. Haiina, A. P. IJiinnii, 0
F. Williams, G. W. Gower, E. B
Froit, W. O. Kelt, Adam Shank, It.
W. Bryant, J. D. Outran), J. L.
Berchflold, J, R, Detnoss.
Tho cotnmonwoalth is represented
by Mr. Garnott nnd the defendant by
Potree fc Dowuor, Clark & Howell,
L. A. Syport und O. J. Pratt.
Two divorces woro grnnlod yoster
day .The casos woro Mnndy Hostor vs.
Sam B. Hostor nnd Harriet Bryatit
vs. Noblo Brynut, col.
Nothing of Importnnco was done
Friday or Saturday Only one jury
case was Iriod.
W. J. Withers & Sou nro now the
loading slock dealers In this end of
the Stain Thoy Imvo during tho lust
six mouths, sold live fnucy geldings
for n total of $1900.00 an avorngo per
head of $3Q 00. During the mouth
of Jniiuiiry they handled 193 head of
hogs and about 100 held uf oittle;
up t",this time thqy linvo sold to
farmers 22 head of mules. Besides tho
abovo thoy pack pork every fall,
having killed this past season ouly
about -100,011 account of tho hog crop
An Important Difference.
To mako It apparont (o thousaiutii,
who think themselves 111, that they
are not affected with any disease, but
that tho system simply needs cleans
Ing, is to bring comfort homo to tneir
hearts, as a costivo oonuitiou is easily
cured by using Syrup of Figs,
manufactured by the California Fig
BROWN'S "IRON BITTERS
"urea Dyspepsia, Indigestion
& Debi 1 i ty .
: EOIAL LOCALS.
"oliimbteM rxpOM'M n.
Tho First Nntionnl Bunk has
mi nccount cnllid "The Columbinu
Kxoiitiou Fund," and proposes a
plnu by which most nny lxwly iniy lie
libit to attend tho great fair in l"SI3.
Ptuticulars on application.
FARMERS'" WV -s
Sit that your husbands gel a supply
of duo J. Metcalfe' Picket fo.icu g
for your gardens.
B ovv Leghorn Fggs.
Puro Brown Lt'k'hron Et'irsSl.OO tier
wttlngof 18. Light Brahma Hgirs
SI.K) Call on or address Mrs. W, N.
MeKee. Hopklnsvillo, Ky.
I1AMRS. CHAINS nud PLOW
and WAGON GEAR of nil kiudn
also HARNESS SADDLES and
BRIDLES. Special prices on
ROUES and W HI PS.
F. A. YOST .k CO.,
No 18 Ninth
a- mN"r7Nf!, g
Puilii'l ft'imliitf nindi for ganlet uso
fkx cially, for Fate by
Rarred Plymouth Rock ?.
Pure nnd cnrofully bred stock.
Eggs 75 conts pr 1C, All eggs doted
nnd Kiiaranted frosh nnd nuro.
Orders by mnil promptly attended to.
U. .M. fllEACllAU.
Notice of Dissolution.
By mutual consent tho partnership
here'oforo existing between S. R.
Whito and Mrs. L. H. Ham, doing
business under the firm name of S.
If. White & Co., at Jullon, Ky., is
dissolved nnd Mr. M. E. Ham, by
oonsout Is authorized to collect tho
uncollected ljotos aud accounts duo
said firm, but neither party Is to usu
the firm natno for anr other purpose,
This Fobruary 27th, 18P2.
L. lLHi'"' Bt Ml E ms(' 1&"lt
O. A, Jaokson and
General Repair Shop,
ON FIFTH STREET,
Between Main nnd Virginia.
Kw l'lowi alwyoii liaml, All wcirl guarnn.
Iel tor mill
It will nsr ron 10 por wnt. lu Uo Im.luc.a
Empire Poultry Yard
PI0KFORO a. 00.,
EMPIRE, - KY.
Iliveilartot lliown ami White Ihrna nml
IMrmoulh Hook, K(il The bet fji,iiY vn.
rlrtr.lt OH 'or 13 Vuuiik aail ol.f or
tale at all llinca. Saiul for rlce, naiiilns lliu
yarletr jou wlah.
Of all valuable TailetlM, nt lowealralea,
f.iui'lt estate, Uiamonil, Jewel, Niaguia,
liilaitare, Wonlen, Womliutr licit, iJtilr,
bllllH. VVIIUUIM. f VIlt'llMJIl,
ocklliutDn, klooie'a Itaily, Mover, Jutlnr.
Witt ami I00olher.neurnilolil, sirawLciilea,
lllacklierrlea. llaanltenlei. i Cunaata. i.ucrttla
Dewberrle. 4e. CatnlOKue a free
OEO. W. CAMPBELL, Delaware, Oblo,
1892 EViETZ 192
km Annual Spring Op.-nut
March 21, 22, 23
Display of 820.000 worth of Dress
Goods, Carpots. &c, embracing all tho high
novelties of the East.
Everybody is respectfully invited to
jtw. Jix. JLwjLJIuLji Eh. t
New Arlington Hotel
Under New iianngeniont.
Centrally located. Street Cars to the Depots and nil parts of llio city
evory 15 minutes. Heated by Steam, and all Modern Improvements. Special
attention to Commercial Travelers. Good Sample Booms. Table, sup
plied witn tne best mo inaruct aiionig.
Elegant Bar and Billiard Hall Attached.
G. A. ROTH, Manager.
E. C. Morrow, Proprietor.
NOTHER chance to get some of the
wonderml bargains sold in this grand
stock. Everything brought forward.
Everything must go. Our new stock pouring
in upon us.
Come and get some of the avgains.
COME AND SEE ' H"E NEW GOODS.
Next door to the First National Bank, in
the old stand of Johnson & Overshiner, No.
204, you'll find
Xlinrofor baIo a choice lot of thotichljrcd
IlerVuhlro Uoff$, fill brci nowrcsdy for tlellvcrj.
Ato ihortliorn cow tnl calves, both cxc,
trelstcicdorcltglblu to rcelstrr, v fanner's
p" ISAAC GARROTT,
Ploasant View Stoek Farm,
ItKlllKI' OK TIIK CCINIHTION
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, I'
Of Hopkinsvillo, in tho Stato of Ken
tucky, ot mo close oi
March 1st, 1892.
taunt ami illtfounta 1 H,W .13
OtorilrafU ... INMiO
II. a. lloiuls to Kcmo ciifiiiauon m.ivu iv
lino from npimivnl aacnta SJ.5I5 ftl
Due (I om oilier National Hanks 7,03141
line Ironl hlatolniiV.aiul banlcr 70(1 SO
(unilturo anil Ilxturr l,70f NI
Other real ettatn t ninitgaues owncil 1,700 00
Currant cxiena on ami taxaa )miii KM 31
I'lViuluinon U H Honda... i,V10 00
OhiH'la ami oilier catli Home I.OU i4
HllUn! other lianka O.IM 00
Krnellonal cnricner, ntcVvla, t cent SOT 01
specie ll.CJi CO
fii'iienipima iniiti itiiii u.o, nra.ur
r (5 ii.it tent. t rlrrulal'n) 7JO.0O
Hut. (rem II a.Tieaiurr, ollivrilian
percent. reuenitiooitinii ..., 130 00
Total . . 1171,410 HI
Capital Slock palil In .. . ttl.OOO CO
Mirplut I'unit l,'!:!l II
umllTlaen I'lonta J, 1 2.1 41
National Hank nntcaouUlamllng 11,100 J
lililcml. unpaljl ua 00
Imlhlilual ilcpoalta subject to check tiSriO 13
Total 111,110 M
State of Kentucky, f'liuntror Cliilillan. aat
I.ThiM W lonif. C wihler of tho above iiamtil
aiik.ilotoleinnly awearlliat Hie above elate-
incut la true lutlio beat of ntjr knoKleilgu anil
Suliaeilbeitnnil aworn tnlieforemelhlar ilajr
ofMaieli., 18UJ. WALTKII KKI.I.Y.
Cokkeot Alloatl .
II r. JAIIIIKVI'.S Dlicelura.
V,A I.OWKV, )
Money Stivecl is Money Made
Save JJ to 80 inte on every ilollar ) ou ..cim
AVille fororiiiaiumotli L'atalot,'ue. a uh).ii:o
iiiaiiiilartuiel.r plteet, Willi umnufaciuitia'
illcnuiit., ot every Uml of irxL ami aiipiillea
iiianuiaciurru nun iiho uie i niiru
stato. liroceilea. llouaeliaM llomla,
UlolliluK, I Ji'lle.' ami Uenta' t'li.tliluif ami
Viirnl.lilni iiomla, Diy Uoiala, llala ami L'a.,
llnota ami hhoea, Olovei, Noilnna, (llaMwaie,
statiiinny, Waleliea, t'locki. Jeuelir,
llumctra, Wliliia. Aaiteulluial luiple.
luenl., ete, ONLY Villi!1 (II.AHt IIODim,
t'atal'igue aeut on ircclpt of 1 ceult lor e.
We me IIibhiiIv lomcu
iiianulaeiurru' iiHea.eiiiiwiiiiiie nil) it I lie
..line ilirtouui that Hie iiiiiniifuaiuier isltea ti
lliuliMU'.aleliur WiiKuarauleu nil c'.wl,
nut foumlui,. money iviuml
nl i,iaUMiit byeiproM or fmlnlil, iillUlliu
wrlvlleiieiileaauiliiailoii iMfoiv pj.rl. a
A K.ltrh.f Uk.
IllQuliicy Street, (.lilcajii., III.
WE WILL pAY
A aularr ( I" to W per week to HOOli
ajnt I" leprvwnt ua In ovmy count) ami all
our (eueral llnu nl Uml.aiiOlMi l
prlcea. Only llioao who want aleaily
eiuployuient nctxl ajifily. C'alalimue ami
lealumnrvliiltit J3 rent, for
Itryulucy Street, tlileayo, III.
-i- i 'i
Will ranko the Reason of 1892 nt
Mrs. L. J. Eluin's farm, 0 miles oast
of Hopkiosvillo and ono mile north of
Hopklnsvillo nnd Falrviow Piko.
TERMS: $50.00 per soason.
Mares from a distanco cared for at
ownor's risk at reasouablo rates.
GORDON No. 3127 is a rich bay
stallion, Hi bauds high, 8 years old,
brod by Capt. M. M.'Clny, Paris, Ky.
Sired by Onward, 2 -25 J, siro of Houri,
2:17;Sltadeland Onwnrd, 2:20J, nnil
17othor8in2u'30, nnd grand siro of
Athndon. vearlinir rocord 2:27: show-
iiiK that he impurts speed to second ns
well as first ijenerntion, Gordon's
first tlam, Cnmlot (dam of Cyclono
2:231, siro of Dr. Snarks'
).iu:i... TT.....1... : f , ? :.. o.'Wl.
4.ii,j in ui xiiiuiiui, nuu ui iu a.,
'2nd dam Fnrorita. bv Abdullah, T,
siro of Goldsmith Mnid, 2:11, aud 5
othors in 2:J0j 3rd dam by Mntnbrino
Chief 11, eirool Lady Thorne, 2:18),
niulfothor8 in 2:30; thus nhovinK
that ho inherits snood through his
dam ii? loss than through his siro.
For furtlior information and
in full address
L. L. & T.E. Elgin,
MRS. ADA C. LAYNE
With A. A. METZ,
Has added Dressmaking' to
Her Millinery Department
And AVI II Conduct Snmo in Connection
Sho has fccttri'il tho services
Ticla l'nyuc, litlootMiid, O, (iitiuilcr.
modiste, IxmUyille, who comes well
recommended, as the following certificate
"Ixmlivllie, KtVu. 8, Ui certify
that Mlaa I, Payno liaa been In my employ
or atioul ami line alwaya given, perfect
aatlafuctlon In every leaped.
The following rofors to tho sumo
hid)', ui so ;
"Uiul.vllle, Ky , Keli. 4th, la to
eeitlfy lhat lll.aTlclal'ayne waa ti my em.
lny ti v yeai a ami nave me perfert aallalaetlon
I cliceifully ircomnicnit her to jou.
U al'I' , l'UKCIIASlMI AUKNT.
Mi'i. Layno will open up tlili
March 1, Vi.
'Wedding TroiukcitiiH n Specially.
Mlm MollIoCiow will be trimmer
In the millinery department
A MOS IT. HARRIS,
Member ami Ulrector In rlvtlno llneileif'
Tnlon Coiinly, Ky.
Nnllilnitbul llrniU.a Slock liic.l, ami all
Ureeillnit llritulatC'lao that 1'lpt ran be
Nearly any miuilli In Ibe year. I'rleee
AceerUIng U Age ami hex.
Vvtoff'f AJilrf, FltilJIMtY, l7ri(o
HlFaiNCi National Hank, MontandiM
Hiukot Uulonlowo anil Ceuuty OOtclali.
TOBAOOO IS KING.
Prepare for a-Big Orop
And -Buy the
C ELEBRATE D
Plan tor. Mi MB
n im.A itm n.iiiKivnAniM .,r ii,n
W would be plenaeil for ynu In call at
Ua incillaliillv eanlalneil to von
of llioiiinclilne llll.niviliiln
TaffSSr I If uLH
ttpmtiTjittarrn IMnnfer. na lUiiftrateil abnto. nnil u
vim loimrchafo one. for M0 KM that It l to tho In
terest ofcveiy loli.iccoeiowcrto linvoeneof theao planter
You can plant your tobacco with loss work.
You can plant your tobacco no that It will llvo better.
You can plant your tobneco when tho plants nro roailr.
You can plant your tobneco when tho ground is ready.
lobiiceo 111 crow bcttcr.uml ton nic certain old full crop ot the "Wcdl"
YOUll nt t ho 1 la-ht time or not. liv oryLlliig conalilcreil, tho licmlaTobaeeo
lathe moat pel feet fanning Implement on Hie market to.ilay, nml you UI conault your
own lileicatby Invwllgntlng tha meillaof thlamnchlnoktoncc.
t innrivi i
AVI IMil, I 1
Tho best In tho world.
, Don't forget that we havu tho niiitl ciimpletB l'linlnR Mill. Wagon Factory and I.uinlier
Yiinl In thla aeelion. ami we ar picpuicil to f uriiUh you all klmla of uiuih nml nnliuwl lambea
nml fnncy work, nml will acll at bottom prleei Our IIAIlOWAItKamliJII'I.KMi.NTlIOUSK
la nbaoluiely the nml lie"t awortoil that can bo fouml niiywhcre, ami we will aave yen
money on an) thing you may want In thla line, .lint another wunl nml wo are through.
I'leaao bear In lnlmlivl.cn jou nrc In nccil of anything In tha gailcllaorlIarnrelliie lhat
yi'iiwnnt tOROlolhoinainmotliotnlill.liincntof IOI11IK3 A JIllO., corner Tenth nml Main.
Our anil llarncM Shop la now anil cuibraeea tho cry licatijunllly of material onil
throughout, nml w e will mako It to your Interest to buy from ua In thla lino
Oiitlieutlierfiaml.lt yon want an) tiling In tho way of olli, 1'slnta, LliH J-.to., pleaie
call on ua nml wo will giro you entire aallafnctlon both In price anil quality.
Now In conclusion, wo wl'h toenvthat wo nro still leaillng the lllackimltli nml
the Wegini lino WoeoM moio Wagonaln 1891 than In any (tliei
pioae toellll fottlier lncicaeouraalc Oils year. Wo nro making the
IIKiTllnoof Wngonaimenilh,nml weunly nak yon loglvo them n trial to bo convinced of .hi.
fnet. Uoiniil)im In eomo to see ua mid umlo with us. Ifjou don't want to trade with Maj
jiiu mint iiriciiy t'liat I l.iae Oooila. ami Nimcthlng that J on can ijepciid on, that It la to your!i--
conic tn ace ua anyway, nml aeooitr viny in lining
lei cat to give ua J our (railc. loura Willi
03IB1E3S 63 BEO., Hopkinsvillc Ky,
H. J. HURT, PKOPIUETOR.
RATES: $1.50 to $2.00 PER DAY.
COR. TWELFTH AND MAIN STREETS.)
I DIIIQUII I P KM
; si,niee below Union Deiiot. I LUU I O V ILLC, IVI.
DoorEveiy Five Minutes for all parlaof the CUr "T!
' ! v
We cordially invito you to examlno our SPRING AND SUMMKU
TYLl'.S before placing your order.
N. TOBIN, Merchant Tailor.
N VT CiAIIIIEIl.
Planters :-: Warehouse.
Tobacco & Wheat Commission Mcrchnnts,
11th and Railroad Streets.
Send Us Your
LATH ALUXANDEKS HOTEL.)
Corner JrflciT on, Center ami Gicen miecU, opuialte Court Ilouea, Louisville. Ky,
Recoiitly renovnted from cellar to roof. All Modern improvements, In
cludinfr steam hont, elovntor, oloetriceidl belli) nnd telegraph ofllco. Entire
houso lighted with IncnndoHeont olectrio light. Electric curs pass tho door
for nl parts of tho city. , fSTlUTits $2.50 peh Day.
A. W. JONES, W. R. LOGAN,
J. J. SULLIVAN, Clorki. .
J. L. MARSHALL Jb ) Mnnngor.
HANBERY & SHRYER, Proprs.,
RAILROAD ST., UKTWKK.V 10T1I A NO UTII. UOl'KINSVILLi:. ICY.
Qpcclal attention tdven to Sniiiplliix and tiulllujrall Tobico coiinlHiiml
Oto ua. Koiif iiiiiiitliH free (lonij.'ti n Liberal advaucoi on Tobacco
lu etore. All Tobacco liuiuvd iiiiIoh iilhorwise liiatrtictml, nt the ralo
of twenty-live eonlspor lllul, fur the ilxly dayc, nml rout
per month thoreaflor. (Sooiliiiinrler fur leauu and teama'ers.
W'.O, WIIKKII.il. W It, FAXON',
WHBBIiBE, MILLS & 00,
I Jteral Alliance ou Consignments
SiicrtJ, .?. !... si. dii
mmSBmfSM ' -1
I m I il tfJUjl iMi
ulllra anil aeo tho machine for yourtell iil.il linva
wluai yon thoroiiEhlyiinilerataml tho worklngr
iTl n innnn 1 I J n 11 n 11 n 11 Ii n
oii.incas, nmi mnj oo you win mm uui iimi '
0lir Sl,lu a, cut u,ul milll "jI"10
most modern styles, und with an oyo
to plcaso the most fiiaUtlloits, anil ault
the most eubducd.
J AS WIUT
& West, 9
And be Happy.
Hook. Keeper JUII.VN. MII.M.
I.KVKNTII AMI II. It. UTIIKBTS,
AIITuUci a Sent tit us Coterixl Ii Insurance
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