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fllfco. it. IIAUTI.KV, Itu.lmm Malinger
TUESDAY, APRIL f, 1P02.
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No .0 .Mi'iitlllo Aitihii taii. in.
TRAIN IHtlKlHUl'TII.
I Kniilhcni Va.t Mo" JP "i
l Kail Tl till U 'I-
No. U Nutliilllii Accom lilt Hi.
Na.lnillo AcciMiiimnlstlon iluua not run on
Nuilh IiGiiihI Hi lakula mul '.lilcago I'ait
Tain ham tnmiiKU trnliM ll. I ami alo c'cm
lu ( ami i. IimiU,
t'nt Ub tliiiia i'1'l) at ImiH.itAnt ilationi
ami riiRvina. Ha. through riilliiiiiinkcieu
lo Atlanta, u&,
J il.AlUHd, .Ircm.
PERSONAL GOSSIP.
Suiuilor Dowuor 8xul Sunday ai?d
Mbuilnyathoinu.
ffivS. W. Dntton la fit Danson
IliU wVelt In cjuost ot honlth. ' '"
Mlia Liuiru Uromwi'll, of
U visiting Mm. Joe McCarroll.
Mm. A. .Williams, of HubwIIvIIIo
Is viillnj bur daughter Mrs. Thomas
Kodmitu,
Mr, Jum, D, Hnys hat movod to tho
Nlflbot pluco iitmr tho city limits on
South Main atroel.
Col. A. V.Townoa lioa moved to tho
tilnco ou South Main street Jiiloly
occupied by Mr. C E. West.
Mr. Win. A. Howl, ot Cattky, is
very 111 with typhoid fuvitr. Dr.
Wakey is his physician.
Mr. (loo Wills ot tho firm of
Mason fc Wills Nowatoud, is now in
tlfy oast m ikluj,' spriny
Blihr Uubt. 15. Moruinttstur, of
tuoUowllnrGroiMi Drtinosrai, was iu
thocity Sunday tint KUit of Mr. W.
A; uh.
Judgo Gracu mid Commouwci.ltli'n
Altoruuy Gnrnolt lott Sunday for
Madiwjtivillo mul bogim Court tlnro
yoKtuidny.
Calloy OhleuuieW and wife, of
Kuttnwa, aro mitintf tho family of Mr.
A. V. Kutlaud, on South Main.
Mw. Wm. Looimnl loft yiutordiiy
for Dufr.do, N. V. Hor husband, who
Is ehiployod at tho Steam Lnuudry,
will lenvo iu tho nwr future.
The Skill And Knowledge
Essontlsl to tho production of tho
most porfoct and popular laxntivo
remedy known, linvo enabled tho Cal
iforna Fig Syrup Co. to aehlovo a
Kroa't Mimws in tho reputation of is
rmiwly,Synmof Figs, as it is
tol)3 '(bo uuirorsal laxative
F&r. salo uy all druggists.
Reduced Rate.
Qnaect, Stock salo tho L. it N will
sell round trip tickets to Nashville for
S2J& on April 3d and 1th, good returning
until an ou April Oth.
J, M. Adams.
MATRIMONIAL.
Kj Mr. Eurouo AV. Hester, fprmorly of
rur lint) etiy, whs mamou iu uv iui.wi
March 21 to Miss Lillian E. Van do
A'lilor Keller, daughtor of Capt.J.
William Keller. Tho marriago took
lit tho homo of tho bride's father
uti3:i East 38th Btrool.
.VtABIIUOr. L10ENRK.
1 COLOHED.
John'lKokotU to Lucy Bowling.
Charles Muusoy to Georgia An
Hives.
wjlliam Greou to Ada Williams.
(III Tarlior to ldo Willis,
ENDED HER SUFFERINGS.
A Young Lady Become Despondent
s,.nndSenUsn Bullet Craihlng
W?i' Through Her Brain.
Miss Mary Simpson, a daughtor of,
Mr. Georgo Simpson, of Sinking Fork,
committed suicldooarlySuiiday morning.
Tho woupou of destruction used
Was a 22 caliber pistol, tho ball lakiDg
nlfect in hor head producing instuut
dentil. Miss Simpson had boon a
great suiroro r with whlto swolling for,
yburn ami had of lato become vory
des(Hiudont, but uo one thought for it
.moment that sho entertained tho idea
of eolf dostructlcu,
, On Sunday morning whilo tho rest
'of tho family woro out iu tho yard u
jjlstol shot was heard, uud on outer'
lug (ho yousg lady's room sho was
"found lying lu bod doad, ono hiu.il
still grasping tho smoking woopou,
Sho loft no lottor of explanation b&
hind. Doconsod was about 21 yours
tofugo. Tho itmains woro lutonod iu
itliq Brick Church grave yurd yoster.
day afternoon.
Tho' shock to tho family Is a vory
groat ono, as docoasod was a fnvorito
with tho ontiro in.mily, ns woll aa with
their itotghbors. She was a vory Intelligent
lady, and boforo tho nfllior
lion which caused tho suddou
of hor llfo, ronderod herself
quite iopilar lu Sinking Fork eocioty.
DEATHS.
CiNtLEii. William Canslor, a broth-
JHer of Mr. Jns, 0, CatiBlor, of North
Chrfetlau, diod nt his homo In Kuusas
about two wooks ago. Mj. Causlor
'wftijralsotl near Crofton, uud moved
r",tQ,Kttnsa immodiatoly Hfterjho wur.
f McOinuot.r,. Bas'com, squ of
JildgoJop McCnrroll, diod Friday
morning last of plourisy, aged two
voaraandtwo days. The Interment
look placo at tho City Comotory Sat
urday afternoon, lbo, dibtrossed
parents havo tho sympathlos of a host
of friends.
OOLOHED,
Smith. A child of Alox Smith diod
jh the cl of brain fover.
HERE AND THERE.
Vitalln livor pills euro Constipation.
A now invoice of 1mm sacks just
received nt this oflnw.
Dr. Apptomau will bo ut l'lioonk
Jlotol Thursday, April 7.
Tlioro woro 62 arrosts mado by tho
polh'u iu tho mouth of March.
W't A. Wilgus, roatdonco on South
Main for rout. Every convenience.
Dr. A. 1. Campbell, dontisl, oillco
at Mr. J. N. Mills, Eatt Seventh St.
Duckor it Underwood, undertakers,
ulhl'o opposllo First Notional Bank.
lint little gardening has (won dono
yet as tho ground hcops too wet to
work.
Dr. A. J. Kuapp, tho colobralod
will bo at Dr. Young's oilice,
Alay 2, U and 1.
Bow Knots in Chatelaines, Stick
and sllvor and gold, nt
Yatks'.
SomotiiluK extra cheap In gold flll
ed and silver watches, at
V Tea.
A bad Wushoitt is reported from tho
bridges being built on tho 0. V, Tho
work will 1m sorlousiy intorforcd with.
, Hon. lloury Wnltersou dollverod
his locturo on "Mouoy aud Morals"
nt Madlsouvillo Saturday night.
Mir. Hart and Mrs. Kawlius will
leave to-day for tho East to buy a
spring stock of millinery good for
tjioir store. ,-
, Tho Gnrity electrio light franchise
expired Mar. 2G and tht Council
should ordor tho unsightly poles oe!
Miuu nud Ninth streets taken down.
Mr. Moss ol South Christian drovo
n mule to town a day or two ago and
while returning homo thn nuimal
dropped dead in tho harnoss near
Mr.J.W. Lnnder's.
Miss Emma Harry, a former pupil
of South Kentucky Collogo, has
accepted a poitioii as stenographer
and tyi" writer for Judgo Joo
McCarroll.
Yoliur Seay, aged 14 and Bessie
Stmy Hged 7 years, orphan chidreu
of Urn lain B. A. Sesy of Beverly,
vvnro Nont to the Masonio Homo at
liOiilsvlllo last week by Fonwt Lodge.
Tho Alliaueo Democrats of Christian
county will mako thoir flglits
inshlo tlm Democratic party, Ot
tjio 15 members present nt vostorday's
tijhlmilteo meeting, inoro than half
pro identified with tho Farmors and
Laborers Union.
Mr. Jno. B.Trlco who has just retired
from sorvicoas Treasurer of th
wMlern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum,
coIIkcIihI during his and a
half years service $1,750,000. His
lwoks havo just boon oxuminod by
commissioners appointed for the
osn uud found to bo correct to a cont
Dr, Knnpp, tho notod opticinu, spent
.Friday and Saturday in tho city, according
to nuuouncemout. His rooms.
woro simply crowded during his Stay
nud mauv were unablo to boo him.
Dr. Kuapp has built up an ouvlablo
business in this city and county and
his palroungn is daify increasing.
,A pretty good crowd was in tho city
yesterday, the occasion being County
Court day. Tho usual "horso
was Indulgod in, nud aomo verj
good stock' was sold on tho street.
Iho morohants had a lively trado
through tho day aud ovorythiug
passod,ofI quietly
Circuit Court adjournal Saturday,
Much business was transacted during
tho torm aud iho docket is woll up
with. Through tho kiudnoss of Mr.
CM Brown, our circuit clork, wo
havo been enabled to gbo our readors
tho full proceedings oaoh week, and
.nothing" of importance to tho piblio
hascsenpod a report.
A largely ntlondod mooting was
hold at tho Court House Saturday
night and tho sentiment against tho
proposition to mako a 13,5X10 contract
for water-works was almost unanU
nious. Tho pcoplo will soou havo to
Hhoulder tho railroad debt ot nearly
$0,000 unnuollyr to say uothing of
tho ofoctrlo light exponso of uoarly
half as much. ' Most of tho spoakors
thought it a bad tlmo to tako ou mora
taxation.
Mr. W. T, Tandy, tho now treasurer
ot tho Western' Kontucky Luuatlo
Asylum, qualified Saturday aud tho
formor treasurer, Mr. Jno. B, Trice,
turned over to him tho Asylum fuuds
on hand amounting to about $9,500,
Of this amount $2,800 is a apodal
I u mi iceovoreu oy suit irom mo estates
of docoasod patients who, corm
mlttod as puujwr patients, woro found
aftorwurds to havo left estates siifu";
cifctit to compensate tho Stato for thoir
rnalnteauuco, Mr. Tandy transferred
tho dppoalt from tho Blautors Bank
to tho City Bank.
Tho HopkioBvIllo Building and
Loan Association makes an odvauco
movumont, and is now offering lo ad
vanco lo its Blockholdors" money for tho
purpose of acquiring homos on most
reasonable terms, This is tho origi
mil association and Is to
ho publia mul has cash assets of
$50,000.00. Parties desiring a home
on iho Installment plau would do woll
to call ou soma of its ollicorti, Board
of Directors ; J, D, Itussell, Proit., E,
WiHouuerson, Goo. 0, Long, W, A
Long, 0. W. Duckor, J, I. Landes,
Soo'y aud Att'y, Thos. W. Long,
Trees, A limited number of shares
now offered for sale, tf
CREAM OF HEWS.
A Zulu Chief.
Seriously Hurt.
Mr. Larktu Campbell, of Crofton,
foil from a fouco whlto attempting lo
climb over. Bamo noar his homo Saturday,
and was sorlousiy hurt in-torn
ally. Mr. Campboll is US years'
old nnd his physicians fear that his
Injurios aro of such n nature that ho
will not survivo thorn.
A Late Day Grave Robbery.
A Mrs. Hoy who llvod on a farm on
tho Fnlrviow piko, lost a
son, Eddlo Hoy, In 1881. Tho boy's
remains woro burled In tho family
gravoyard, n fow miles cast of this
city. On tho night of March lit, last
Thursday night, tho gravo of tho boy
who had boon dead for olovou years
was opeuod by eomo unkuown party
and tho skeleton roraovod, Tho affair
is iuvolvod In mystery.
Ulata Moiiszaro, n natlvo African
from Zululand, wai billed for a
at tho Vlrgiuia slrool colored
Bu pi is t church last night. Ho has
been in this country only about four
years and spooks tho English language
with difficulty. His subject
was tho description of African
ossagias, osogoos, marriages,
cannibalism, otc. Tho lecturer
to bo a Zulu chief kand attracted
much attontioa by walking about tho
streets drossci in tho height of fashion
Lut'woanng rings In his ears and
n jnrgo whitoriug in his noso. This
latter circumstance, gaVo riso to tho
rumor at first that tho stranger was
Jackson, tho colored delegate to Minneapolis,
but local Ifepublicans who
belong to tho "ring" hastonod to correct
tliis orronoous impression. The
chief was accompaulod by a managor,
a fmiiulo missionary and a lot of hairless
dogs.
Prof. Hsgen's Art School."
Prof. L. A. Hogau's art class will
completo tho course of instruction
to-day and on to-morrow afternoon
it reception will bo held at tho South
ern Hotel from ono till four o'clock,
to nitoid visitors an opportunity to
inspect tho pictures mado by tho pu
pils, Among the most noticeable nro
portraits ot Mr. Jos so Edmundsou
and a small child, drawn by Miss ld-
muudsonj those of Mr. Brumfield aud
Mrs. Hamsoy, drawn by Miss Ida
Brumfield; thosoof Capt. Underwood
and Mr. W. N. Duckor, mado by Miss
Duckor, nud those of Iter D. S.
Boales and Miss Cohen drawn by
Mrs. W.It. Boales.
Soma of these pictures nro
ior to tho common bromides with
which agents havo boon flooding tho
city for weeks. Sovoral soparato
houses havo sent agents hero
quite recently who havo taken a largo
number of orders for a vory inferior
class of work and ot fanoypricos. Tho
pictures mado by Prof. Hagan'a process
ore real crayon work, in no tonso
to bo compared with tho cheap prints
many persons havo ordered from' out-of-town
agencies. '
Prof. Hairan invites tho public to
call and inspect his own work as Woll
bs that dono by his pupils after a
fours of iuhtrucltou, consistiuir of
throe portraits.
Sir persons u nitod with tho Bap-
tit church Sunday morning as a
result of tho mooting beingconductod
ty itav. J. U. uow. Thoy woro
Missos Daisy Chonault, Sallie Humph
roy, Fannio Peay nndEva NaBh,and
Charlio Nosh and Lawrence
Mlssos Titin Payne ond Mollie
(Jrowo placed tiiomsolvos uuclcr tho
wntcu care ot tho cuurcu. 1 ho meet.-
Ing is still going on with increasing
interest, WS
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Many vorso.!
jv brokm dewn from ortrwork or houhoii
r Urown'a Inin ntttcr
tpbnIMa the ld aicMtlor.
Special locals:
Barred Plymouth Rocks.
Pure and carefully bred stock.
Eggs 75 cents per 15. All eggs dated
and guaranted fresh aud pure.
Ordors by mall promptly attondod to.
0. M. Meacium.
Hopkinsvillo.Ky.
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;NtWbTHINUb'IUUK:
My entire line of Dry
iGoods, Clothing, Hoots,
Shoes, Mats, A umishing
Goods and Ladies
Underwear is now
ready and I invite the
'
puouo to inspeoo same.
Ampreparcd to quote the
lowest pjioes ever named
on these goods. Give me
a call.
E. FRANKELn $
Shyers Conier,
Elegant variety Boys
Waists. Prices 15e to
75o at E.
' Ladies Muslin Under'
wear at E. Franhel's,
mpofted Spanish Jack.
W. T, Radford & Son havo bought
n fiuo imported Spanish Jack and will
stand him nt thoir farm 2J miles south
of Porabroko, at 512.50 to lusuro. Ho
is coal black with whlto tips uud a
Bplondid young animal.
RADFORD'S AHUE
Will also mako tho seasou at tho same
ut 16.00 to insure. Ho Is a
oautlful chestnut sorrel stallion 15J
hands high and is one of tho best
combined harness and saddlo horses
Iu tho county. For further Information
by mall address
' W. T, RiDFOBD Si Sox,
Pembroke, Ky,
SPECIAL LOCALS.
LASI BUT NOf LEAST.
Opening Exiordinary.
ituvinU just rctrlr.Mil
frovbM&s J'Jasicvib markets,
I-Will oibiiCxb Tues
day, Wednemav and
Thursday, April 12, 13
1M1L dishldu gome Of Me
flncsi and latest
ties in
PA.TTEHN HATS
ever before exhibited.
Prices to suit? everybody,
A welcome to all.
MRS. GAUUm JIAJiT.
Brown Leghorn Eggs.
Pure Brown Leghron Egs1.00 por
aottinffof 13. Light Brnbtnh. KC3
Jt.M). Call on or address Mrs. W. N,
McKoo. Hopklnsvlllo, Ky.
.banners: we can
save you money on 1
horse plows.
John R. & Co.
Elegant line of Ladies
and Gents sun Umbrellas
just received, at
BOTTOM PRICES.
E. FlUmCEL.
AllenswD ith McKnight,
HOWELL, IQ,
Havo just rocoivod a car load of
HAMILTON COKN PLANTERS,
OSB0RN BINDERS nnd MOWERS.
BINDER TWINE of nil grades.
Tho VULCAN CHILLED PLOW
kept in slock. DISC HARROWS,
HA.Y RAKES, CULTIVATORS, otc.
All stool HAMILTON HARROWS.
A car load 'ot CURRIE'S nud
GLOBE FERTILIZERS.
All goods and prices
guaranteed. ns
a call when in need of
anything in our line.
SEE
The beautiful line of
Ginghams, B e dfo r d
Cords, Pine Apple Tissues,
Chevrons and fan
Mulls dt,
cy u ;
E: FranheVs,
Shyers Corner.
.
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flee us before buying
your fertilizer. . W,Q
can make it to youb
advantage,
John R. & Co.
Nobby soft and. stiff
Mats. All the latest
shapes just m. Hilf1
E.FRANKFiL, .,
Shyers Corner.
Cheapest
place in the city to buy
Harness tSaddlenfi
Bridles, and Whips,.
Large, lot Lap Dusters
and Bfarse Covers just
received. Everything
goes at rook bottom
prioes
F, Most & Co,
. No. 18 Ninth St. '
Large line; Table. Likens.
"Lowest prices at
E.RAmCEL'S.
' i iii 1 1 m.i
dolumbian Exposition. '
Tho First National Bank has opom
od.un account called "Tho Coliitiibiini
Exposition Fund," nnd proposes a
plan by which most any body may bo,
nblo to attend tho groat fair in 1893,
Particulars on application.
MRS. M. E. RODCERS
Has received some of
her Spring Milline y
goods already, and
from now on will re
ceive them daily, so
thekdies oan call at
any time.
All the newest and
latest styles in Shirt
Studs, Neok Chains
and. gold Hairpins at
T G-, YATES'.
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Brand
Ui
IY3ETZ
March 21, 22, 23.
Display of S20.000 worth of Dross
Goods, Carpets, &c, embracing a the high
novelties of the East.
Everybody is respectfully invited to
attend.
. METZ2
:An ' ti .fet Jdif,
my,i:471 ttrf '"
k I -Ll At d '.
II
And
THE
mm CHEAPEST-,
!; a Maxim that applies vith peculiar force to my
', ', ., Jargc. and well assorted stock of
Splag. aad; Summo? Dry (foods;
Just opdnod, cdriMsting of all tho.Iatost uoroltioa Iu Dry Goods and Fancy
:" '
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Goods.
, WASH GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
1.INEN AND WHITE GOODS
'''' MENT FULL AND COMFLETE.
Call' and seo wllat bargains I am offering. CARPETS. BUGS, MATTING
. ','' of all kinds. STAIIt PADS ond BUTTONS.
FERRIS' GOOD SENSE CORSET
fcUUY. for Ladies, Uonta and Missos. i,ADlliS, UEiNTH nntt
MISSES EINE SHOES, &o., Ac.
All of , tho ABOVE GOODS havo boori
at mo vory lowost jinco unct x am
uomo early ana
mJLm M JLwJLaM
SPECIAL LOCALS,
$1,500 a year.
ThdOontieetlcut Indemnity
df Wntorbury Conuocticuti
wauls a reliable agont iu orory county
aud town in Kontucky, Wo glvobo&t
Commission Contracts, with rouowal
interests; at that a modnruto worker
can mako $1,500 a year with us.
Ruloa rogular aud rcosonnblo. Policies
guaranteed,
Wriitot ' tf,A.M
Mayilold, Kontucky.
SEE XJS
Before yon buy your
Plow and Wagon
G-EAR. It will pay
you.
E.A.YOST.& GO.
No. 18 Ninth St,
flu !,a
Annual Spring Opening,
GOTO
,.M. ' ' " .
at k buautiful line of ' ' I
i
Ht M -M tl.j
. , L ifft! ll
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look
WAISTS, UNDERWEAR and
bought FOR CASH from first bands,
iioierramed not to wo uniiorsoiu,
get ant cuoico.
Joi3.es
GordoN
ll'flt hl.k.ll,. anauXH n, tW.l .. II... i
i:liln'a (arm, Omllca oat of HoriMntvlllo ami
una ratio north j( IltijillnsvlllQ ami I'nlrvlcW
jilkc.
'i'crmi; ItO.M iHr nann Male from it
tll.Unco cared (or at owiier't rl.L ai roanoiiulila
I ale..
OOllDOK No, Jlir Ii a rich lay ttMIIMI, It)
iinini. fiiHii,.. year, iiiii, nrrtl i.yivnl. ai Jl,
I'lajr. Tail., Ky blreil by Oawaril, ;So!. ami
r Iu jso, una granil ln Anlliailon;
yuaillnKltcorail:37;.liuwlnic lliai lit) Impaila
.DCtvl til tweond ai well a. tin.! ucneratlun.
Ooritui'a II nt jni, Camlet clm of (Attune
uoM,.irnoi ,t, isiiaraa' iiart.i la ur
llaiiilct, dreof nm:30:VniliUhi W'.tmlfii. Iiv
A Wallah, IS.ilreot Uofif.uiUli Mali). 1:11. anil
t nttiora In 1:30! Sril .lam by Manibrlno Chlvl It,
.lieolfiailT TJiomM:H!f, nj live others In
a;ou;uui.iiuwiliriiail.ul tliruUKli
iiuuaniiiaioa than throuitli hi. .Ira
Fprfwrllicr Information and nuillgrt'O In. fill
Buureu
L.U&T. Ii.F.I.UIH.
Jlopklmtlllv, Ky.
Grape Vinos
01 all valnkbla rarlcllea, at lowc.tnte.. mill
nun mupirsniaie. mainonu, .ivwci, ,luraio,
tielavrare, Wnrden, WooUiwt Itcl. Cadjr,
llliuhton, thlra, lta. Cuiiconl, JriTi'rMJii,
ruttlliiaton, ttooro'a tarlr, Wuicr, Ncvlur,
tun. ..... ..1 !......., K.. ..rj:i.i ..uUnu.
nt... iwiwi.i.ia.ii.n nun um. n..an.......
llUcklMirilit, ItiupLerrlOB, CurrauU, l.urrtlla
liwlHsrr(ia,cte, Ctltiiuc (rcu,
GEO. W. CAMPBELL, Delaware, Ohio.
iSPftMLi
fi
lfyou trafitl
tlo'rte'lHo.liirnSSRMioTijil - j.,,.
lU.lilcle litockifiSASU ml
IIL1ND3, !iUMlKn,i,oMor
, PAINTS, OILS, stock, d
cit mul must
IIAUWAUK,
U1JASS, litu., cull on j.. -Jj
l UltllK3 11KU.
-';' !,, ';; - 'j
liyuu XraM Tlli'llisdliig'di'
Iron Coi'jilco Wjurk
dunorhcuK ciill 6n. '' '" 4' "'
1 1 ' ' a'Mlllll'.OVJlJJUy
i '! '1
lfyou want IbYniy sho) host VloWt,
itrioSvs, OoriijDVllIaJ'CoiiaJ.'IiTnujrs,'
&c.,' call flu . I'OHUKS&UltO. -
1 , , , KMh I
ii you want to EcqitiiD rfth
lng Folding Blmlcr, the
oiifX!) Docfi.no I lentil to truckfjall oh
'.o .jI)Aii?P1WJ!!P:v
For Iho Itiitirnv'cil Tlnnriiif Alrtwnrl
'and best quality! Bimlof Twine, roll
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guaranteed analysis.; .hiiyjjio, oilier.
For Halo by 'J FpllftES,.
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BUY THE BEMI8 TOBACCO PLANTER,
Mr. V
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GRAND OPENING
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Everybody most cordially invited to come
and see the
of Imported., and, domestic Dry
(Broods ah4 : Sjllks. Our line of grenadines,
Crinkles, Orepons, English Orepons, French
Cheverons, Orepoii and' Russell' JBedfordsi
Gloria Fancy Ohinas, and Changeable Silks
are sinlpl'y Mtist be seen" to be appreciated.
OUR MILLINERY
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Under the management of MISS ALICE
HAYES, coupled with anrst solass trimmer
frbmh;e"Eal3 wi.ll.p.lape us in' a; position to
ieactlielstyl1es"d.uring iheep,spri. Grand
mspia.yoi ratiern ja.axs.' .' t
Richards'Klein Es Oa.
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IXj i latilaniriHlillailaiuitl fr pf fllr k
rA i. " ir.i..fi.'tnikaft. Mn bv lrlaiutl Sruilaiii
Thurlei, IWawaia, Mallopo, rlc.,br lnihnto.1 Au.lr.illmii I itmii Llmtora ilanuif Va.
Ifrnnt'an'in, l.alv llmlora, amlllnra, ltawlamt'a)(rantilam) by Ixtiialimt & ilani rkariuia
riaiiiofila'iiiny, llelli". llncatiwii, lloMoix, llunlnliaiii, Hml", lul. ll'Or, hlicnml, iwtta
anil Al.ibaina'.il.iiii) liMcilotiiililaiu alllo llbttii, byblr WilllaiiiulTran.poili I ilam
il.liv itiv vi tii.MvauiMii ot.va wiiiuir..
u Niuftit wiiiiiur una vi'n An.lrlnfoalnil
(dam of (dim ol Ala. Auivunii
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1I11I nMl LUIIICM I full I I iktu (civftt l'lcayiiuufumll
Ma Iloimriiiiili'a, Dulanaif.Caulo Jlo,
iieate.1, UMIO will main Iho .canon ot lMrt at iny
jincaoi U,Otor20.00(oluuromftro vrltli funl,toiotkei
Iwulit any ocqnr.
XjOOALS.
Alio HiiT&1os shOpTiifad and
tiiiulc.ltbail (JflrM.iMno liar-
nil tirades. Inrirn n(d coiutitctc
don't fall to call on
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Wfrti BoHtuiut chearoirA"
wlroon thcjnarlietrtiOO.000. Ibn. eold. j
tho pa'st IwclVouonlhs hi Christian,
colfittft 10A; cheaper than nu other '
wlraon tho market,. For.salo ly
" ' 'FORMES BItO.
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"RdtfOtItockSall, only Jfl.00;pci;
Inlndrcil pouiitUi Every Jarmurahbuhl )
havprrock salt lit It pip'-y
vduts' 8,tdck ' from dying with clovoi '
bloat ; Trfll atoneo. For. salo by r'?Cf
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F0UBES & MHO.
A ? n J 7t rS ,t3..S
"Magojtlc" Steel Itangc. bqtTliat
money audsklllcd mechanics caii .
duco and ht pvicool cdnimoh; casi
litij. . warantcu in ovory particular,-.
Forjaio by fokbes & into."- '
thoK)tcolMor''4Vagoii,
or tho "Mogul;' Fimn wagon,, l mado
of stvlfiUyfnrc,li8 matoiihl ainl
lii nVnry'rdaiiofitJ iDOu'tr failUo
call aml.8oo.mu'. .wagons.l)cfojp..jpu.J.
buy. Tiioy aro tiio cncapcsi on uio
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An. ma tliiuiof 1 'hi inn kin . Am'll..i.iijii.hii.
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nml Aini'iii'in
whu.0 iitt'iiu ie uxj
utu kiioHiuo tei
ttaklu In lloiikluavlllu. at t tlitfDii'fi'tllnirltr lof 1
to pruvcui but no tlUMu
JOH(Q, ELLIS

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