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fCBLlSHMTBISMI M IRIDM 10XMM3,
BOBSOaiPTIOH 13 A YEAS IK ADVAKOE.
Local rcaillng notices to cents cr line Spo
ral looali scents Hiwllaa Jinith ItiCPrllOTli liates
lor atanillng silrcrllsotncnta turnlslieil on sp.
OSes IB ud 20 Ninth 8'rilt.
TUESDAY, AI'I.IL G, 1892.
Wo arc aulhorlxeil to
eamllilsle for tlie onieenHlrcntlCoiiil Clerk,
subject 10 Iho IU lion 01 tno JJcniwrauo 'my
Tho Mississippi LrffWntuio has
ndjournod after nclosornco with tho
Illll boom to boo Tvliloh would potor
Cnpt. Pink Vnrblo, who hail boon for
10 years a pilot on tho Ohio mid Mississippi
titers, died at Louhrrillo Saturday,
ngod 02 years.
Hon. John W.Lockott has published
a card declining to enter ho raco for
Congress. It begins to look liko tho
only ontrios will be Ellis, McKouzio
Uuloss nil signs fall Judgo Peter
Turnoyis going to bo Tennessee's
nest Governor. Gov. Buchanan, who
Is seeking a renomniation, scorns to bo
pulling too hard to last till tho string
Tho Crab Orchard Springs property,
in Lincoln county, has boon sold to
a syndicate who will conrert It into n
Kooly Institute for tho euro of drunk
enness with tho of golrf
tscatment. Tho prico paid was 100,-000.
'Tho Stnto of Rh'odo Island is only
rt little larger than Christian county,
but tho, eyes of tho whole country nro
fixed upon her to-day, An election is
taking plnco and tho Republicans aro
scared but of thoir boots. Nothing
but monoy and a barrol of it can savo
thorn from losing tho state.
Bob Morningstar will attend the
National Press Association mooting in
San Francisco and will bo unablo to
tako part In tho annual performance
of tho Boousborough Qunrtot" at
Arnold, Dobbs and Ruckor
had better fill tho vacancy and notify
Interlocutor Johnson at once.
An ngrcoment has boon roachod by
which Mr. Gilmor M, Boll declines to
bocomo a candidate for district delegate
and Christian county's delegation
will bo instructed for Chas. M,
Moacham without contest. For tho
purposo of appointing delegates n
convention will be hold at tho
Court Houso May 14.
At tho coming meeting of tho
Grand Lodge of tho order of E. of
i. to be liolil in ivnnsas (Jity, our
townsmau, AV. W. Blackwell, will bo
elected to tho position of Supremo
Grand Chancellor, tho highest office
in tho gift of tho ordor, and pays an
annual salary of fo.000. Think of it,
Mr. Black'-ell will draw a salary
oqual to that of tho govornor.' Henderson
Tho Murray Ledger makes this announcement,
which is of intorost to
tho new third judicial district, provided
Tom Pettit does not defeat tho
proposed work of tho redistricting
committee: "In tho ovont that
Calloway county is placed with the
counties across tho rivers in tho for
mation of u district, Mr. Thos. P.
Cook, of this county, w ill bo in tho
raco for circuit judgo, and ho will
cross ovor tho rivers, too, with a solid
voto for Calloway county."
Judgo W. P. D. Bush, formerly of
tho Kentucky Appollato Court, has
recently won a cobo in that court that
netted him a foo of $33,000, by far tho
largostvor recoivod by ajawyor in a
Kentucky case, Tho fco wos paid
him for Eorvicos In tho case of Hardin
county against tho L. & N. railroad.
It is said thai Senator Carlisle and
Hon. Isaac Caldwell during thoir
practieo havo boon paid a fee as high
aa $20,000, but nothing liko tho sum
paid Judge Bush has over boon heard
of in Kontucky, Ilondorson Gleaner,
An oratorical contest was hold ut
Goorgotown Friday night bolwoon
representatives of threo Central
collegos. Tho contestants
were Murtin D.'Hardin, of Contro Col
lege, subjoct "What Noxt: A. Lislo
Irving, Central Uuivorsity, subject
"Tho Ago of Revolution" nnd II. P.
Aulick, Georgetown Collego, subjoct
"Tho Usefulness of Failure." Tho
orations were nil far aOovo tho
and wore lislouod to by nearly
1,000 peoplo. Tho medal of honor
was awarded to young Hardin, who
is son of Gon. P, Walt
Tho Kontucky Press Association
will havo ton representatives at tho
San Francisco mooting in May. Tho
party will leato May 8 nnd will
tho following mombors: President
II. A. Sommors aud wifo,
Notts) Robt. E. Morningstar
and wifo, Bowling Green Domocrati
W. A. Wllgus nnd wifo, IiopKi.ssvn.LE
KuNTCeKUNj John A. Boll,
Tjinosj Jas. Wi Hopper, Courier-Journal
j Stnrliug L. Marshall,
Ilondorson journal nud S. W,
Madlsonvlllo Uuntler, As tho
mooting will conflict with that ut Lexington,
these jKipular mombors will bo
greatly missed from tho Bluegrass
PRECINCT CONVENTIONS APRIL
A Full Meeting of the County Committee
FIftoon of tho 27 members of tho
Democratic County Commltteo wore
present yesterday, and B others were
roprosonted by proxlos. Hut ono vacancy
was found to exist and that
was caused by tho resignation of It,
J. Carolhora in Lafayotto precinct.
C. B. Frascr was recommended for
A discussion upon tho subject of
froo silver was ongaged in by tho
members nnd nt tho conclusion a
toto was taken to ascertain tho
rnont of tho commltteo on tho question.
It showed 13 votes for froo silver
and nono against. Two mombora
doclinod to voto.
Upon motion of Esq. Barkor pre
cinct conventions were ordorod for
April 80, in all tho precincts of tho
Following ia tho official call:
Pursuant to tho action of tho
Stnto Control Committee, a delcgato
convention is hereby called I moot
at tho court houso in Hopkinsvillo at
2 p. m. on Saturday, May 11, to
and instruct delegates to tho
State and District conventions to bo
held nt Louisville, May 2o. For tho
purposo of choosing delegates to the
county convention, precinct conventions
are horoby ordorod to bo hold nt
tho rnspectivo voting places of tho
county at 2 o'clock p. m. on Saturday
April 00, 1892. Tho precinct conventions
will bo callod to ordor by tho
precinct committeeman, or by boiuo
porson dosginalod by him, or by
eomo othor Domocrut if tho committeeman
or his representative bo not
All voters who claim
tho Democratic party and
oxpect to affiliate with it in tho future
ore entitled to participate in the
Tho delegate vote of each precinct
will bo ono voto for each 20 or fraction
over 10 votes cast for Govornor In 1891,
and is herewith given:
For llrown. Del gates
Hopkinsvillo No. 1 137 7
"2 214 11
" 3 80 1
4 92 R
Pombroko 1GG 8
Fairviow No. 1 13 2
" 2 25 1
Longview K 3
Boverly 64 3
Barker's Mill . 56 8
Wilson's 46 2
Stuart's 21 1
Lafayotto 75 4
Bonnottatown ' 72. 4'
Belleviow 44 2
Union School Houso 55 8
Nowstood 66 3
Casky 17 2
Garrettsburg 74 4
Hamby 42 .2
Scates'Mill '13 1
Crofton 93 5
Kelly 40 2
Fruit Hill 25 1
Mt. Vernon , 90 4
Bainbridgo ' 71 4
Oak Grovo 61 3
Total 1882 91
By order of tho Democratic Executive
Committee of Christian county,
this April 4, 1992.
Cuas..M. Meacuam, Chairman.
Geo. D. Dalto.v, Soct'y.
Tho modical fraternity, backed up
by carefully compiled statistics, is
almost a unit in doclaring that n moderate
uso of stimulants conduces to
long lifo. It is also admittod that
old whiskey is by far tho boot stimulant
that can bo used. Leading physicians
recommend tho I. W. Harper
Whiskev. bocnuso it is pure, possessed
of n suporior flavor and bouquot, and
is not offered for sale until it is old
and thoroughly matured. Sold by
J. W. Smith, and W. It. Long, Uop
Obstructing stroot -. ....1
Petit larceny. 1
Attempting escape from work houso
Grand larcony. ..... ...P2
Shooting in city limits 2
Ureacuot pwico. i
Tramps : :..3
Disorderly conduct , 43
Trespass .... 4
Using profnno languogo.. ...... ...5
J, Sol Fbitz,
Chief of Police.
A Mammoth OpenlnE. r
Tho grand Spring opening of
Richards, Klein & Co. Saturday was
an event that reflect a groat deal of
credit upou that enterprising firm.
Notwithstanding tho vory inclemont
woathor hundreds of peoplo visited
tho beautiful store and wore treated
royally. Tho store was docoratod in
a vory nrtistlo mannor with tho finest
goods carried by tho firm, which' Includes
tho finest fabrics purchasable
and their show windows wore models
of beauty, In tho rear of tho building
was displayed a most elegant lino
of millinery goods of tho latest aud
handsomest stylos. This department
was presided ovor by Miss Alice
Hayos, who Is much oxporioncod In
tho business aud who always displays
oxcellent tasto In tho soloctlon of
a stock of theso goods. This dopart
mout was crowdod with ladlos through'
out tho day, Tho firm's stock of fino
dross goods is tho admiration of tho
city, In fact thoir lino of goods In gon
oral is of tho best quality and their
prico? uro within tho reach of all. For
tho bouollt ot thoso who fulled to attend
this grand opening Saturday the
Jinn has decided to extend tho exhibition
n day or two Into this week, and
no ono should miss tho opportunity to
Inspect tho wonderful array ot stock
displayed by thorn,
The SquABs Kr., Mah. 22, 1802.--Mr.
M. A, Mason lias sold n colt, to bo
dolivorod nt woanlng tlmo, out
lu Cobb by Roy :aohlon,ifor SJ2G0
cash. ' - '' T" '
tv o nnvo a now way to boom n
town, n way that Is sure to succeed,
In othor word wo nrotnklngBubscrirH
tlonsfor a plpolinnifrom N. Ji. Mo-
Keo'a to this plate Don't ; you" thing I
It will succedU iMrTEditort
Mr. It. P. Owsley has nearly completed
two miles of .wirq fonca on tho
Square. ' 1
Mr, W. B( Mason,' after n ijovoro attack
of La Grippo, is out again visiting
friends. '. t"
Many portions! of nlhb' ' Western
States wore swopt by storms, cycolonos
and tornadoes Thursday" night.
Kansas, Illinois, loyo,4 'Missouri,
Colorado, Wisconsin, Texas
and Indiana I'sufferod greatly1. In
Kansas alono 50 peoplo nro known to
hovoboon kiliocl''and injured. Tho
towns; of Nowllavqn, JTcnvnhda. Aug
usta and Smoloan were wiped from
the fabo'of tho oarlh. Threo othor
talities aro reported from Nebraska,
ten In Illinois and ono or two In 'Mis
souri. Those storms were predicted br
Foster for March. 28 but arrived threo
Deafness Can't De Cured
by local applications, as thoy cannot
. .. ". . ' .. ..
reacn mo uisoasea portion oi Hie car.
Thcro is only ono way to euro deaf-
noss, anu uiab is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused y an
Inflamed condition of tho mucous
lining of tho Eustachian TubarWhon
this tuboTcrela tinflamod you nave a
rumbling sound or imported noaririg,'
ana wnon it is entirely closooV
ness is tho result, and unless tho in?
flammation can bo taken. out and this
tubo restored to its normal condition,
hoaring will bo dostroyod"fo0Torj
nino cases out of ten aro caused, by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in-
Homed condition of tno mucous surfaces.
Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars
for any enso of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that wo cannot euro by. taking
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
F. J. Chenet &Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists 75c.
CITY COURT NEWS.
WillioMyors, b. of p., dismissed.
Henry Droxler, same, same,
Mark Hubbard, col., b. of p., $50
bond given to keep the pence.
Juo. Hays, drunk and disorderly,
20 days in tho work house.
Jim. West, a sceno paintor, drunk,
fined f and costs.
Beverly Foard, col., b. of. p., skipped
Tho poets cannot complain of not
getting a show in tho April New
England Magazine, Allen Eastman
Cross writes a fine poem on Cardinal
Manning's humanity. Celia P.
Woolley contributes n doscriptivo
callod "Storm Cloud." Gertrude
Christian Fosdick, tho wifo of J. W.
Fosdick the artist, has "Tho Smile of
Peace.'1 Charles Gordon Rogors
writoa ,a,fino! poem, "Retrospect."
Minna IrvlngY the Tarrytown poet of
the heart, is represented with a good,
stirring Revolutionary poem of a sol
dier who never came back, and James
G. Burnett gives iho "Lesson of the
Tho Forum for April gives the po
sition of emphasis to a discussion of
"Tho Crisis of tho Democratic Party,"
a group of threo articles, by Congressman
William L. Wilson, of Wost Virginia,
who lays down a lino of campaign
for tho presidential election;
by Frederick R. Coudort, the leader
of the anti-Hill Democrats in Now
York, who explains tho revolt against
Senator Hill; and by Mathow Halo,
who narrates how tho Domocrats
captured tho Now York senate when
Its election-returns had Blown it to bo
. . i . . r
"purCommon!)tods," by Isaac B.
roster, iathojsubjoct'oi tno opening
Illustrated nrtlcld'in "ho April
tcbv. Nothing could more vividly
dopict tho wrong way to do It than
Bomo of tho striking illustrations of
this papor, tvhllo tho right Way la also
is a subjocl" winch inlorests'not Aniy
farmersbutRiliiwluMgo on wlvools)
man-power. Tho causo oTgbod com
mon roods is one tbatroepoeially ap
peals to tho numerousarray, of bicy
b i ' ifti
can always bo
Is suro to follow
Has Cured Other
will euro you. '
n r U4U1m
StT 4 9
OINTMENT, r t
rtlhl Mf UUttU
tor mmu, lub, H
AiUaJ k U EMM.
Ww'K4 rf.Ti. i i.i
fall ttii. ,m.t.iA u mki h.v uail Ut U at. KlrM Ds.
iv, ryiVu n- Art vw ttui $k i r
Mr. William H. Flowers, of Bowling,
Ala., ono of tho largest saw mill
men In that State, hair tho following
to soy abojit tho Electropoiso; "Tho
threo Eloclronoisofl I purchased In
July from .Birmingham, Ala., wore
usou uy my two uauguicrs nuu myself.
I am years old,
and for more than half a century
have suffered with Chronic Bronchitis,
necompanlod with n viblont cough) of
lato years I havo had asthma, sovoro
pains in my back, shoulders and knees,
and indeed I havo been very much
After six inonthar tiso of
ho Eloctropoiso I can report a decided
mitigation of oil symptomn and a train
of ten pounds in weight. Both daughters,
one suffering from rhoumatism
and tho other with asthma, aro much
improvod. Formlt mo to say in con
elusion, I think tho boat cvidcnco of
my appreciation of tho Eloctropoiso
is by backing my juugmont with
monoy." This lottor was written
more than a year ago. Sinco this
tlmo Mr. Flowers has bought two
more Electropoisea. not that tho old
on os aro worn out, but for othor members
of tho family. For particulars
DraBois & Webb,
Room 10, Norton Block,
Cor, 4-th andi Jefferson,
' Louisville, Ky.
Mr. Sims Las on Land a bill provid
ing thtt county seats can bo moved
only on a voto of the people. This (a
tho outgrowth of tho determined
Canton Is making to capture the
seat of government of Mr, Suni
county, sinco tho Court Houso at Cadiz
was burned. x
Thn Me.Tnnrr lnrnstitrallon will bon
roaring farco in onlyono short act.
Tho Houso on Friday receded from
tho Garrison amendment to tho
tobacco bill and the iniquitous
invasion of privato rights has gono to
tho Governor for hia signature.
Tho law requiring western convicts
to bo sent to Eddyvillo will be amended
to except females.
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL.
' An AtchUon (Kan.) farmev
ssUtrt a worahii UnunclalW in Retting1
a'diTorco witl( the Intention of
her lilnikoM. lint shu married the
farm hand unJ tho farmer has been Informed
by a lawyer thot ho cannot recover
Last jear' thero were
kurvlTlnj widows of rer.tluttonary soldiers,
and toreral of tlieo haro since
dld. The iildett of thoio now alive
aro Nanoy Kalties, of Curler Furnace.
Tenn., afrcd 10'J, uud Ann Maria Young',
of Baston, To., who U la her lUlstye&r.
A. C Courtney, of Olay coonly. Ma,
ays his wifo lun mire thread,
wotco more yards of cloth, dropped
more corn, plIoH mre hutel briwh and
burnt It, bound mora bindie of (jrnin,
loaded more wjimh wtlh tha nine,
and sat more babl.n on n board while
oat at work t'mn any o nun now living-on
Cspt J. Wnll WINoi. of Nhw York
city, is one Of otllcers
of Kalno's plono.r Arotle evpcditlon.
lie lost one mm ii ivi.ill nf the privations
he underwent, lind h r. 1 1 mi nttaclc
of sonrTT, but siillerad no other Injuries.
He is bnld to b n
served gentleinnti. n- In
Tho proirrcf of dcutli n a unlquolr
reported bjr th dying Ur. Wallet to his
son, a protestor of ph nlolo.'y. and hi
physician. As his end nppruac'ied he
carefully doncrlbM 1 1 rverjr perceptible
Bensutlou. At lh moment
when t'iur obaervvd nnmlitalcablo
signs of lmmed'a'o'dUsolnliun bo surprised
them by iyin: "You soo I am
A'loleirrara wm from Chicago
to b Ht Pant inauiimioiiiioliiiMlio death
of his brother. Tin was
never retelVe I. mi. Hie surruwlnfr survivor
therefore suevlii Western Union
Co. for 8 J, COO duVnu(je. vt u salvo for
his lacerated cft'ellnR, btcauto, un he
assorts Id his -romp. Hint, ha "nan deprived
of tho satisfaction and pleasure
of seeing hi s'jIJ "brptlicr and being
present it the funoral." '
Alice Kletcfier, wlirtue name Is sd
proinlnentiy connected with the world's
fair and tie Tndlun quettlin, Is one of
vht haVo mot tho rod
man on his nnllve heth' and lveJ the
life' of a child of tht forest. Miss
Fletchrrslept in te icm. nti her dinner
out of one dish with Uu rest of the
family,' dros4eJ it sUlus it-id studied
the Indian probluui so thoroughly under
theso conditions that "ho solved it
and is only waiting t r UU public to
adopt her soldtlOn.
One Of the charges bnught against
his wife by a man id Iljaver, l'a., in a
suit for dlTorco,ws her rude and
ladylllie waybf (wrtlnif him "lilt fried
eggs, Od a Sninlilciiiiirnlng, while she
was prerlsrtnir and Ue was
getting roudv for ehuroh, thoy had
some verbal dUugroeinout, aud she
her remark by throwing a
dish of fried egg at dim. This treatment
made liliu Impiilng msd, and hU
comments her conduct so angered
tier that she nvoiVcd her determination
to'bercaftdr lethlm'have ia
the shell. '
Tyro negroes hare attained to'
Indceshlos in Ilritlih ooloulss. Ono.
'Joseph Mnxwrll, U chlof judi
cial onloer at tno ujmimi in A trie a,
and oddly enouifh h i has written a
work upon tne negro rjiioitloD la which
ho speaks 'with liofror of tha
most strlUlnir outwurd 'put'tillHrltles of
his race, and nrgi" a the only method
of 'iterating tho rii'gro of tho future
nmcegenatlon with i.tlier raren. The
other'nogro U Judtle Mr W. Cs Heeres,
chief Justice of llsrbadi', In the
West Indlen lit presides over tho
Bupreme court, nnd there ora in tha island
saved polleo magistrates of subordinate
, , "A Little nonsense."
1 Hosnlle "Mr. Trtter propbEod to
me last night" llrr Mother "Woll,
what did you tall him?" lUmalle "I
was so rattled ( ibm't leu hv what I
said,' but I think I accepted him.,"
George's Anlor. Italic - "floorgo
says ho loves tho ground I tread upon,"
Illanclie "Thut's uufurtuiiato, for your
fitther will bo certain to Insist On your
moving right after the wcddliigi" N.
"Is this man. chargad with
asked tha judge. "I don't think
ho Is, yer honor," replied tho police
man. "Ilo may have been, but Ol.
think most av It must hare escaped by.
this lrj.H JVMhlnjfton tiu,
Isoui,iouso with spriug goods. Our stock means an immense outlay of monoy and""
hard work. Manufacturers never turned out prettier patterns for tho trade, and owing
to the money pressure
.xix:io"u.is to XTjaload
with the hard-corned cash in Right. Closer prices than wore ever named before, Bar- .
gains wore secured in every department and monoy will bo saved bv examining the
handsomest stock of
II Hill Ii
it t fa i i
VyL'" J I1
. z,vtf rrytzT aaw & i a .
Fairbanics Clairette Soar
W inn W N.K,FAlRBANKa:C0. St. Louis,
r. u'Wirenr.Kit. W.ILVKXOX,
WBEEL&B, IHXtLS & 00.,
And Commission Merchants and
FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE, I "SSff&IS.SVTLSCWf"
liberal AdlllKCOu Consignment! All Tobscco Sunt louCoTcnxl lr ln.nrar
FOUR MONTHS FREE STORAGE.
Planters :-: Warehouse,
ToTjacco & Wheat Commission Merchants,
Tboro nro four candidal os for district
dolegato in tho Louisvillo district
oil ruunfiig on a Clovo)auc platform.
They aro IV. B. Haldoman,
JnoM. Athorton, Boyd Winchoelor
and W. J, Abraham.
Bath the method aud "reunlU when
Srup of FIgJ is taken it is pleasant
and refreshing to 'he, tasfe, and act:
gently y$t promptly on tho Ifidncys,
Liyer and Borel, clenutes the
effectually, dlspol eolda, head-aches
and foverg nnd cures bnhitual
rjonatlpation. Syruf of Figs is the
onl remedy- of iu kind erer produced,
pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable
b tho stomach, prompt In
Its action 'and truly bcncQcial in its
effecU, prepared only from tho most
healthy and agreeable iu
many excellent qualities commend it
to ail and havo mudo St the most
popular remely known. '
- Situd of Fita ii for Balo" in 6O0
and SI bottlea by' all drug-
may not ,havq it on liamf will procure
it promptly fot my ono tvho
wishes to try it. Do not iccopt any
CALIFORNIA FID SYRUP CO.
u SAK rttAKVIKO, OAU
touisvim, hi. Ktw rout, x.r.
TABLE!) BUCKEYE PILE
CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.
A SURE and CERTAIN CURE
known for IDyears as the UEST
REMEDY FOR PILES.
fnrsrikSicuxsDos.niU)Rliio, '., si.Lons, I
- 1 '. -")..
FULL TO OVERFLOWING
in'the south, novor
clothing and furnishings ovor brought to this
Successor to Pye, Dicken & Wall.
j w yy3x VA Knfe Vjr &Sr
JUIH .. UILUS.
J V-. rt3l
AMOS W. HARRIS,
Mmbcr Slid Dlrtttnr In d wine llreedsrs'
snl Jlrelru( i:clierJ
Union County, K y.
Nothing tut Slock sblpcil, snd s!l
luarBDIVdi n. iv.incuiUi
nrecdlnrllrirulstel a Hist l'ln csh La sup.
id lli rer, 1'rlccs
to Ago ami Box.
i'ottafflr A'Ulrf, rZ.OVJtXOV, tTult
KirtsXNCCi i'sllonl Ilsnlr. JldrrsufltlJ
Usnkof UnloAonm snd ("oastr Onolsls.
MRS, ADA C. LAYNE
With A. A. HET55,
Hns added Dressmaking to
Her Millinery Depart
And Will Conduct Santo In Cob
iipction In Future.
Sho hat secured tho cervices of Miss
,1 Jcia, Vayo, lalo ot lail. U, Uruniier,
modtetc, LoiilsyHle, who comes woll
recommended, as tho following
fjr Ilist JMIts li J'syno liss Lecn In 111 r employ
lur nuoill IWO rrnrs. inq litis ninajs glTOH
icci SAllKincilun invrcry ru.iwci.
, . Tery nHpsclfuIlr, .
X An. C. UltUNI'Ktt, ModUte,
tAulsf Ills, Ky,"
The follQwlng rofers to the aamo
"riulTlll, Kr . !. llli, Is to
certify llistSllMTIclsl'sjrne wu In my em.
iurnTS rosrs sna gSTsmeprrierlsstlsrselluii
1 snveitnUjr rrcoiniucnd her to you.
. Very re.iwoifully,
U 'IT , l'UIICIMSINU AUKNT.
Mrs. Lnyiio will oon up lhl
VcddliinTroiiBscaus a Specialty.
3lWs Molllo Grow will bo trimmer
In Mid uilllliiorvdenartmeiit.
ROBBER BOY, JR.,
sto II I,jno'i llrcrr tlsklc. comer
Hovuutk in. I rirglnis kik.. iloi.ilimnie,
Kmpiro Poultry Yard
PIOKFOnO s 00, ,
EMPIRE, - KY.
llivcUvrsot llrown sml Wlille IjliotDi soil
riymoulti H"cl r'uwU The but .rfi.snr vs.
rlely, II oo (ur 13 Vouug sua bill nock tor
uldslsll IIium. Semi fur mlces. muilni is
Tsrlpty you wlsii.
COK. SEVENTH AND VIRGINIA SIS.
HOPKINSVILLE, .... KENTUCKY
Kirs wltb or wllhwi.hlrjn. furnlik. ilror iilihl. fticll rales In Cnini.t'sl
Men H.sble Urn proof snU cuminwllou.; nl lot n.nn a.lj..lnlilr M(,KMIIMn KOOV.
KOIILAUIIW SI'CUIJII. ATTKXnu.tHVK.SlM IIOAItlll.MI IIOUS
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T.H. HANCOCK. K.JI.
Lsts ot llsscock. lUllnms A Co. Lsls villi
TOBACCO SufIES3ivd:E:2Sr '
AND COM MISS ON M ERG HANTS.
Hancock Warehouse, T RS?CK' .
MAIM STHEEr, FnONTINQ WHARP.
LIQERAL ADVANCEMENTS ON TOBACCO IN STORF.
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ifH. V. M. WHITLOW I our
streets. Hopkins- ille, Ky,, on
Wednesdays, TliuMavs, Pililavn Saluidiivs
d 1st Mondays, ami at our stables at Cedar Valluy Slotk I'lirm, four miles
Jt of Kelly Station on 2ad, 3rd and 4th Mondays and every Tuesda), ut
$20 TO INSURE.
Money dud wlioiiHho fact Is ascertained nrinaio liaiisferied. Cute taken fo
prevent aculdonUbut will not bo rcupomdblu for any.
FKUX OKUNin ws slreiltyHspiyCitmJJ.K 8. II. I ly Osnsnl lli.
UiJ, ilro of tha ilsoi of Hon l'lisno, tlre yesr olil rttuiil nsolng ti 4M li by Msintiliia i i, .
II; slro ot LsUy TliornsaiKW. llsiiiiy Cru' Um , Ur ittr jPimmsik, ,lw ol Terr lusKrfsu.
eyssiUle tunas,slraorthaifsm.Usml UscerJsJrjsna Jsci wplm fM relU'l.i 3iu T
yery aae ssd.lls msra uIiom every roll IS s siil'ler,
CsmIiis U. Clur 1, by Henry (;isy ',Uslrolors,lba
uoanisin umi piyuuteu sins i;W, ilsni ot
t:f l): shs slso i'liHlccifit Klrctlonevr, sirs ol bmioi
ol IitSliaOiwrfoinier., Ut Is 1:J soil better
05;, snj Jsy i:ju(eDI:IQ Snl tlsm by Jjulnilui,
ttottJuiilJioken for luoie Ihsn qusrlcro( century
Hauls f',0001 ll4lll.ukal,W.
ii.nu rciunj iHir. jiiii rtiu . uw.nrom ...,
tl&a SUM sml tusnrnlb.?!. tuu teilluus Itiluetlltoil.
tudtlsmliy Pilot, Jr., she iiftlnilanuut lisud'i
ulioce four mile iccoiJ
smlunllilil.srsiiilMii out of liliilnjuLtn.
siniird ilnM MsKgle .rv, sulil lot ti'xi'
Umubrlml lllpiiy ,), ircor.l i-.Jt; ItVJ H
t'slrllelil, helm comity, Ky.. Mr Ktlml Mr.A llniilr!ilnsoIililiiiniif l&tti snairof c.lJluii
or ll.suOllie sImI soM tall vt 'VI ti alr of mitres fur ,0M, snl In lew thsn ten i ays ttie iiueitsMr
refux.l ll.MO fortheiii. Ami that Ur. A , Ocals, FUy lis. tn oacr ol iMco lor M 0m
,Kr ,wMgWUigfir(!iUlliiiltio, Mr iillUry IWI,oM to 8tYt DanhBm
Tosrviu inaic. wi. ,,..,.., .ip...H.iu.
uro, , oi wrtwtwuny w 7 iwi
oil lowllugurtsu, ny ,iertv, anu uiauy vuieri
ywniBi ii w -J. K. toTtni. ilnlt, Ky
at men oiiics,
Ohas. H. Layaep
Livery, Feed And Salo
WITIIKIIS. uesc. Horn.
llrrnJus A UJ"f. llnwfll.Ky
and inn iioi icinsvif.lk, ky.
.IxiyiUs and cculs
r.r t, trull's PIS.
you nan ictidilyeo that in biecdliijr lo Vcx Oruudy you
not kiiosjIiix, If llmro nnylhlntf In blood. Ilka au
will mako noiiilstakc. II U (be very lypo of a Kentucky Satldlo
and Harness Horse, ilee bay, 10 lunds hlyli. all tlio Saddle ifulU (C) lu
lonjr, frlclionloss stiides. Von may oiillliie Mm ut y.iu iilcu.e nnd
color lilm as you iimr, you can neither
highly, jio u a inotici 01 ienuiy,naviii(
than any Qaddlo uorso 111 tins section 01
niter Iho Iirteciilli of March 1111 1 iiilardity
TTTE wll also aland ntom farm
AS buy ion 1 1. 15U hands blub,
aud Is it splendid Individual, nt $3 to I
otcnino nliini two IjVIiiiiiiI .1 link's, tliin
will be ioriiiltlud to tervti 25 outside mures ut IZf)(J Tbu 'other 0110 all'mlletf
number at 1 10, by thu iiisuninw, otlmr the same,
S. H. & H. O. MYERS,
Cedar Valleu Sfoo Fajm.J . KELLY, KY.
and the mosn desirable
wo tool poiitlili.nl 11.01
..orders entrusted to us will bo executed In a illllfil
Aim srii'iio manner.
None but thehest material used
Solicitor for work.
(N, S. U. Register.)
line Saddle and HarueM Bullion will
season of 18U2 nt llm ury stalile of
riyiio.eorneriif Sovunlli and
r. uss nv ssnisiiii i.nv i.vi:si,.i. liSt'l?
ilsm'ol 8i. dullea liliwof firVan
llio Csllluriils Oily Norlslnc, j tar ol liLlii
irMHl 1'slo Alto i:Ci a Hon. IwJ ei7 J
ii.io MitiwiMamunnii n n.. his, , ......t..
Ol llsnov L'riMi.' f.nlt. Alt. i.-ii .
..kuuit vi t,uuu nr a black stsllluu
ovculraw the tolor liliu too
- liioin qilullll (S III a lilir tar iorni
country Will bo ut ironkiusvillo
fl Vcr Flnll!tiu
will uuU ulicii lu lull ilcth 1,600)1)1..
inn 10 oilier toiidltlons as above. AIo
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