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FRIDAY, APRIL 8,
L. & N, TIME TABLE.
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Taint mm tlircnKli UMii. aolH anil lt frlr
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t i I lop Ki'i'i viil? at ImpMUnl Uill&n
liml i'ixnf lint Uirongli rullnmn ilccra
lo Aiini, oa,
J M. AIMKK, Agent.
PEHSONAL QOSSIP. -
K Mim Opr.1 Willis is visiting
UtoAin tho city.
Churli AiiilotHcn, of Hnrrodsburg,
in homo oq n lit to his porcnta. .
Mishm l'nunio Falrloigh anil Cora
Polreu lmio rtliirued from
Dr. and Mm. James Rodmnu loft
yoterdny lot Fraukfort, to wnko a
visit of so wal clay.
Mrs, A. S. Reese, and daughters,
Muw Fountninclla nud Mrs. Geo.
"Webber, ivro vUliujf lolnlivos lu
Miss Julia Dico nrrived from SU
Loiim last wik to tako a position ns
Itrimuiorliitho millinery department
loIRieharda, Klein & Co.
Mr. L. A Klein, of Portland, Mo.,
Fa brother of Mr. A.F. Klein, ol mo
Iflrni of Richards, Kloin & Co., has
a position in the grocery
tablWhmont of N. L. McKoo
Mr. Will T. Hartley, who loft this
Icily Jn 1830 for Pino RlufT, Ark., tLoj
fa boj working at the printing
i returned tul week on n visit lo."
t ttio first time In twuko yoorK. Ho Is
now a grocery drummer for a
houso, with Arkansas as his terri
The Skill And Knowledge
Essential to tbo production of Iho
mast liorfocl and iionular laxnlivo
Jromodv known, bate ouabled the Cal-
iJfomia Fig Syrup Co. to achieve a
i ureal htieoesH ia the rvnutatiou of in
f remxly. Syrup of Fig, as it is
h..,I...I InL. llw. It.iUxiruftl IllTnllVI.
tuwuu iw rv ii uut.v.u , .. ,
f lor salo by all druggists.
Clark fcllonoll bnvo moved Iholr
Follltl oortlia Flauti'18 Rank in to
: ootu (oi willy occupied by Mr. D. li.
1 CioirBELL Mr. Jauiw li. Campbell,
vouuir man reannl near Roaring
pSpringH, Trigg county, and educated
in this city, dict nt. bis homo in J?
f no, Cat., Marcli t. Tho interment
took phtco at tLoeamoplacci April 1,
tho funeral eemcos being conducted
by Rov. Mr. Martiu of tho ChrUtian
Mr. Campbell 5a woll remombcnxl
nli i city, where ho. attended school
UtiTuo last half of thu seventies. 11
Iwas nbout .12 years of ago aud was a
Fun.. r.t r T fV P,im.lmll. nf
log Springs, Ho went west obout
ton yeura ago nnd Hludiod lawjyUh
hti uncle, Judge James Campball, of
Fresno. Ho was for wmo yeartj city
editor or tho Fr e&iio Daily Expositor
but gave up this position somo months
ago on account of ill health.
Mr, Campbell was a young man of
the-noblest impulww nndthobappiost ;
of dispositions. Ho looked upon tho
brfght side of lif o and bis lovable manner
mado him a genornl favorito nt
school, in tho ttoeiul circle and in tho
busy walks of lifo. liohnd a bright
miud and his intellectual strong th
umnirested iUolf early In lifo nnd ho
entered upon bis chosen profession
with high hopes oi success. Ho was
n fluoutspcakoracd an orator of no
moan ability", bui tho law uas dis
tasteful to him nnd ho drilled Into
journalism, a profession mora con
genial, but moro labonoua and
in his duties, Nover thong in
bolv.bls couatltutiou cave way and
ins career has been ended on the
threshold b a promising manhood,
Ilia friends in thin soctiou will loaru
with doop regret of bis untimely end.
A bright, n nud lovablo
young man has fallen. Mr. Campbell
leaved a wife but uo children,
Pardit Dr, G. M. Parduo, of
' Clarksville, died Tuoaday night of
r oonsumptlon, agwl 70 yonrs. Ho
was wealthy and loaves n wife, but no
Boa Rowling dlod near Sinking
Fork, pf consumption, ngml 20 years.
Robt. B'rpwn, son of Judgo M: D,
rBruwn,roturued yesterday from Boa
i wHIPf hi has beon for tho past
In the Now England
: of Huslo in the Piano tuning do-
itriuioul, Robt, wlllougago la piano
plug during tho spring and sum-
or. Orders loft at city court room
rill rocuive prompt ettontlon from
artie wiehlug thoir plauos tuuod,
An baiter Opening,
Mrs, Ada 0, Layno has fixed tho
J--" data of hor Easter Opanliig for Friday
CRnd Saturday, April 1G and 10. At
tbia grand opening will be displayed
an elegant and handsome lino Of
mllliuor goods lu all the latwt nud
most fashionable stylefl. Mrs'Lnyno's
I in the selection of a mllliuwy
tk is seldom equaled, in Is proven
ay the larga patronage alia always
enjoys, aud on this occasion rUo will
.strive particularly hard fo ploaso evoa
tho inoU fmtidloua. All tho ladlos
are invlUxl to bo present ou tha days
P monlioQod nnd fetst thoir eyee on the
HERE AND THERE.
VJlnlla LIvor l'ilk small and eutmt
HinvosvJHo, lias voted back whisky
by 11 majority.
' 'Dorn lo'tbo wlfo of Roy. 11, V. Tor-i
j, on (Lo dili, a boy.
Mr. Jack Landor wns kicked by a
homo and badly hurt Monday.
McKco wunb) fo buy bultor, eggs,
hay, corn, bacon, lard and wool.
Ealing Bwoot polaloos at MoICeo'n,
Iho Cash Grocer,! por bushol.
A choice lot of puro maplo sugar,
cheap at McKoo b, Tho Grocer,
A called mooting of Evergreen
Lodgo K. of P. was held last night,
Dr, A. P. Campbell, dontlst, offlco
nt Mr. J. N. Mills, East SovcntU St.
DucJfor it Vndortvood,indortakorB,
ofhed bpposito First National Bank.1
Dr. A. J. Knnpp, tbo colobrntoil op
tician, will bo at Dr. Young s oflicB,
May,2, 0 and 1. ',,!
Bow Knots in Chntelainoe, Stick
nnd Breastpins silver and- gold, at
Somothtug extra choap In gold filled
and eilvor watchos, at
v .' VTATES'.
McKeohas a very lino assortment of
pickles ranging In prico from 7Go tj
25a por gallon.
A car load of choice Timothy bay
and No. ono white oats at McKoeV.
choap for catti. ,
Mclveo,Tho Grocer, baa a comploto
lino of (,'nrdoti socd in bulk, alsoonlon
sots, Swoot and Irish pojatoos.
Rov. J. T. Barboo, of McJIiunvillo,
Touu., will preach At tho Cofiky Pros-
bytorisn church Sunday raornlog'acd
A fiuo girl, guest of Mr. and Mrs.
M, E.Han), 813 North Sixth Btroot,
arrived April 4. Weight, Vi poumls.
Families wUhiug boor, will do won"
lo call on McKee, ThrGrocor, before
buying. Budweiser &Hop Gold al
ways on hand, tbo best on earth.'
Four eirrusoa will "do" Keiilucky
this year. Tho first to start out will
bo Miles Orion's, which wintored in
Louisville. 11 will bo at Glasgow
There will bo vory few early gardons
this year- Tho ram continues to fall
and it will now tako ton days of
get.thoBoil into a condition
to work.1 ,, .. i - lP,
Tho fifty odd indictments against
Hopkins Co. violators of tbo local Pro
hibition law, bavo boon dismissed at
Madisouville, that law having boon re
Mis Mattie George, a pretty coun
try girl of SpotUviUo, Houderson
county, ho inystorionsly disappeared
from hor homo and it Is believed sho
has gone to Cincinnati fo becomo a
Tha executivo board of tbo First
convened nt tho Virginia ntroot church
Wednesday aud arranged for tbo collection
of Biitliclcnt' funds to build
a uonual hcboolln 116. city somo time
during tbo your.
Work on tho O, V. road has been
pushod between showers and roadbed
Is now a boat graded for throo fourths
of tbo way to Grncoy. Thfcro are' no
moro heavy fills and with fanym thing
like f vnorable weather the grading can
be finlahod in sU weeks.
Coll T. J. Smith, of tho Third ,
of tbo ltontuckjr
Rank Knights of Pythias, has
called a mooting in this. city for noxi
Friilay uight, Apr. 1G, to Oil tho Va
cancy caused by tho resignation of
Liout. Col. Jouost
When you want to writo a letter or
noto coma Into Galthor & Wallaces
Drug store. Wo will furnish you
with paper and euvelopos and a dosk
lo writo on. Mnko It your
whilo In the city and wo will press
tho button for ever.
Gaitiier A Wallace,
A mooting of aiuch iiuportnnco to
South Kontucky College was bold lu
this city somo days ago. It wns
by a number of tho leading
mou of tho Christian , church who are
interested In tho success of tho
school.. The onlcomo of tho moating
was that it was determined to ralso
thodobbof jho Collogo und enough
moro money tb put it on a solid and
prosperous footiug. ,A good1, pajtof
Iho amount required was subscribed
thou and thoroi t . . ,,
"tho Council inadu unothbr attempt
to do ' something about waterworks
Woduosday night. Thoro vaa.
the UHual ouoweu py
tho usitat jienvy rti apd an adjournr
inent without anydoclsive action pelug
hken.Spoaklng oMho agitation of thin
subject here, . the . Hondorso&r!t7?eaHer in i ' it i
srtVH! "ii.ipiuiisviiio is ampiy auio
nwn hor ovwi waterworks and lil?ht
ing systeia, and. sbould oqi&ib1m In
other quarters with that end lo,, view,
She should profit by
, rep a cjooq eye on
private corporntlons and bo onrofu) to
maKonp mtetnkej lu n city o Hop
kiosville's importance it will ho a matter
of few years when both witwpriW
would becomo not only self sustaining,
but be on able to create a sinking fund
to retire tha bonds, Auy other course
will b as surely regretted as that it Is
Corn plautlug is being much
tflrdod by tho protracted rains,
Somethlof raided Mr. E. Gaul's
pit Wednesday night and stolo a
number of Mariuhal Noll rosebuds.
Tho case of tho CommonWoalth
AgalnNt Sat' Putman at Madisonvlllo,
ciiargeu Willi tmiruor, lias beon continued
until the October term,
One of tho last cases tried In Cir
cuit court was Hint of Miss E. B
vs. City of Hopklnsvlllo, a suit for
damages on account of n sower opening
near her house, The Jury failed
to ngreo and tho eno was coullnuod.
Thoro will bo prayor mooting at tho
Methodist church this morning from
7:30 to 8'clock. Tho day Is set apart
as ono for fasting and prayor prepar
atory to Quarterly mooting sorvicos
on Sunday, Thoro will also bo
preaching to-morrow nt 10:1G, n. m.
by Rov. J. A. Lewis.
f jMc. AtfV. Rutland, of this" city, baa
boon thinking of moving lo tho
country for romo time nnd the following
item from thoClarksvillo Progress
Indicates that he Is about to sottlo
upon a location i -"A V. Rutland, a
llvo citizen of Hopklnsvlllo, was horo
yoflorday with Intonlion of going into
tho grocory buino8s."
A Wonderful Treatment.
Tho readers of thqXtarrucKMN will
fiud an ndvertisomontof tho Specific
Oxygen Company in to-day's paper.
Somo iiiost extraordinary cures havo
booii mado by this remedy, and wo
havo no doubt but that our citizens
will- call on Mr. W. E. Foulkn, tho
Company's agent and learn nil, about
tho treatment. Mr. Foulks will take
pleasure in explaining It to any who
At tbo monthly mooting of tho
board of" Asylum" Commissioners, held
Tuosday, thoro wore present eight
Commissioners nnd six other officers
of tho Asylum. A voto taken on
Presidential preferences showed all but
ono for Cleveland and that ono was
Carlisle first and Cleveland second
If you fool weak
and all worn out tako
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Wanted the Public
To Know That
11. P. FARIS, our tobacco
ten year's experience in
the business, offers his
services Jo the people of
Christian and adjoining
counties as general
a n d satisfaction
guaranteed in every instance.
Office at Harrison
iu. W. F. Randla, Manager F. nnd
L. TJ. Supply Co., has the pure Amor-
lean. Stoam Food for salo. This rood
Is mado from BARLEY, COTTON
SEED MEAL, OATS, nnd RYE,
Kround nnd steamed, The lluMt on
FOR JERSEY COW wiih youug
calf, apply to L. W. Moans.
Wo Are After You.
Dried Beef Hams 12io
Trench Salmon 10 o
Riper Buffalo So lb
Potomac Shads 75c each
At the market House.
C. R. CLARK, Manager.
Myejifire liija . of Dry
Goods, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Furnishing
Goods and Ladies Mus
lin underwear is now
ready and I invite the
public to inspect same.
Ampreparcato quote me
lowest prices evernamea
on these goods. Give me
Elegant' variety Roys'
WtdstSi Jfrices lBo to
i ,. .-,
. v Ladies Muslin Under-
'wear aA E. Franltcl's,
Imported Spanish Jack
W. T. Radford ft Son havo bough! l
a fine imported Spanish Jank ml will
stand him at their farm 2) milos south
of Pombroko, ot $12X0 to itiMiro, He
Is coal black with white lip and a
splendid young animal,
Will nlso make the pouhoii at the same
laeo at lo WW insure, lie is a
loaullful chestnut sorrel stallion 15-J
hands high and Is ixto of Iho ptwt
combined harness aud saddle horses
In tho county. For further informa'
Uor by (nail addrw
ro SPECIAL LOCALS.
LAST BUT Mr LEAST.
Having just rblilmcd
from tha Eastern markets,
I will oil next Tuesday,
Thursday, April 12, IS
display somo of tho
finest and latest novel
ever before exhibited.
PHccs lo suit everybody,
d welcome to all.
MJIS. CAHRIE HART.
Brown Leghorn Eggs.
Purp Brown Loghron Ecgs$1.00 per
setting of 13. LiRht Brahma Egrs
31.50. Call on or address Airs. W. N.
McKoo, Hopklnsvlllo, Ky.
Farmers: we can
saveyou money on i
John R. & Co.
Elegant line of Ladies
and Gents sun Um
brellas just received at
Allensworth & McKnigh
Havo just received n car load of
HAMILTON CORN PLANTERS,
OSBORN BINDERS nnd MOWERS.
BINDER TWINE of all grades.
Tho VULCAN CHILLED PLOW
kept In stock. DISC HARROWS,
HAY RAKES, CULTIVATORS, etc.
All steel HAMILTON HARROWS.
A car load of CURRIE'S and
All goods and prices
a call when in need of
anything in our line.
The beautiful line of
Ginghams B e dfo r d
Cords, Pine Apple Tissues,
Chevrons and fancy
. Shyers Corner.
fiee us before buying
your Fertilizer. We
can make it to your
John B. &Oo.
Nobby soft and stiff
Hats. All the latest
shapes just in.
place in the oity to buy
Harness and Saddlery,
Bridles and Whips.
.Large lot Lap Dusters
and Horse Covers just
goes at rock bottom
F. A, Yost & Co,
No, 18 NinjhSb
Large line Table Linens,
Lowest prices at t
Tho.Tirst.Nationnl Bank has onen
od.aa nccouut called "Tho Columbian
Exposition Fupd," aud proposes a
plan by which moat.auy'body may bo
able to attend tho great air in' 1893.
Particulars pa application. K
MRS. M. E, RODCERS
Has received some of
her Spring Millinery
gpods already, and
frompow,on; wifl receive
them daily, ,so
thoUdies oan oall at
All the newest and'
lataat styles in Shirt
Studs, Neok Chains
and gold; Hairpins at
T. a- YATES'.
1892 METZ 1892
Qrand Annual Spring Opening,
March 21, 22, 23.
Display of $20,000 worth of Dross
Goods, Carpets, &c, embracing a tho high
novelties of the East.
Everybody is respectfully invited to
i r J flj
oj Jr ; .rtftWfntfM Tz-i "
nnttU fjMlts -!.. JTW
if awS t Jj
TBI BEST. THE WEST
Is a Maxim that applies with peculiar force to my
large and well assorted stock of
Sping mi Summer Etey iaods,
Just opened, consisting of nil tho latest novoltios in Dry Goods nnd Fancy
WASH GOODS OV ALL KINDS.
LINEN AND WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT
FULL AND COMPLETE,
Call nnd seo what bargains I am offering. CARPETS, RUGS, MATTING
of all kiuds. STAIR PADS and BUTTONS.
FERRIS GOOD SENSE CORSET WAISTS, UNDERWEAR nnd
EIRY for Ladies, Gouts nnd Misses. LADIES, GENTS and
MISSES FINE SHOES, &o., &c.
All of tho ABOVE GOODS hnve boon bought FOR CASH from first hands,
nt tho vory lowostprlco nnd I am determined not to bo undersold,
Come early and got tint choice.
37- 3VC Jones.
$1,500 a year.
Tho Connecticut Indemnity
tion, of Wntorbury Connecticut,
wants n rollablo agont in evory'.couuty.
and town in Kentucky. Wo giro best'
Commission Contracts, 'with ronowul
interests; nt. that a moderate workor
can make $1,500 a year with us.
Rates regular aud reasonable. Policies
Writo. B A Noal,
Before you buy your
Flow and Waeon
G-EAR. It will pay
No, 18 Ninth St.
i tvix;: v.
, "s -
at his beautiful
If iii nm
lam now prepared lo
ANNOUNCE 10 THE LADIES
that 1 will hivo my
GRAND EASTER OPENING
Friday and Saturday,
cApril 15 and 16.
An elegant Huoof Millinery good
all tho latest styles, will bo
nud nil my lady friends and custom
era aro specially Invited to come nud
Look through my im
mense stock qf these
goods, Remember the
Mrs. Ada C. Layno,
OvorAtA, METZ'8 Sloic.
Barred Plymouth Rocks-
Pure and carefully bred stock.
Eggs 75 cents er 15. All eggs dated
anfl gunrnntod fresh nnd puro.
Ordors by mail promptly nttondod to,
O. M. Miuciiiu.
If you want to kco (ho Ini seat,
ct nnd most coiimleto stock of SAH1I.
inn Jits. ni.ipjns. r.mniKit.
HARWAIIK. paijits. niT.a.
GLASS, Etc., call on
ir vmi tin- nonnNfj or
OUTTKKINO, or (JALVANIZKI)
IRON COllNlGti WOIMC dona chenn
call on. FORHKS&llItO.
If ARROWS. CORN DRILLS. CORN
PLANTERS, Sec, call on
FORIIKS & into.
If you wniitlo see tho NEW DEER-
ING FOLDING BINDER, the latest
thing Onlj ' Doe not rcquiro trucks,
call on FORRES Ss UltO.
For Iho Improved DEERLNG MOW
ERS nnd hcU nualltv BINDER
Twine, call on FORBES & BRO.
"Homcslcad" nnd Shoo"
TOBACCO GROWER, host on tho
maiket: ininrnntccd nnnlvsis: huv uo
oiucr.. ior saio uy
FORBES Ss BRO.
For flno BUGGIES shop mado and
cantorn made, Road Carts, Fiuo liar-lies
of all grades, largo nod comploto
Mock, don't fnll to mil on
FORBES Ss BRO.
"Ollllilnn" WntR.T1iiit nn.l ,.l..i.
wlro on tho mnrkot, 300,000 11m. sold
(ho lat hvelvn tnnnllia In
county ; 10 choapor than any othor
wlroon tho market. For salo by
l' UillJISS x lillU.
"Roteor Rock Salt, only $1.00 per
hundred pounds. Every farmo'r should
havo rock salt lu his nasluro. It tire-
vents stock from dying with clovor
bloat. Try it at onro. For salo bv
FORBES Ss BRO.
"Majoslie" Steel Rango, best that
money and skilled mechanics can
duco and at thoprlcoof common cast
Iron . Warantcu In every particular,
For salo by FORBES Ss BRO,
If you want to buy a wagon,
that Iho "Excelsior" Wairon.
or Iho "Mogul" Farnnvagon, Is mado
ot strictly nm class material and war-anted
I novory respect. Don't fall to
call and sco our wagons beforo you
buy. They aro tho cheapest on tho
mnrkot. FORBES & BRO.
BUY THE BEMIS TOBACCO PLANTER,
FORBES & BRO.
k& akiKSg. tsxKANa&ay 4 &x&i' S 9
Everybody most oordially invited to come
and see the GORGEOUS and DAZZLING
DISPLAY of Imported and Domestic Dry
ana hujis. uur line of Grenadines,
Krinkles, Crepons, English Orepons, Frenoh
Cheverons, Crepon and Russell Bedfords,
Gloria, Fancy Chinas, and Changeable Silks
are simply superb. Must be seen to be appreciated.
Under the management of MISS ALICE
HAYES, coupled with a first class trimmer
from the East, will place us in a position to
lead tne styles during the season. Grand
display of Pattern Hats.
Richards Klein & Co.
AYl!NKKnilbrolheroKi.leilfklt. llreull. oalol ism, lijr MINOFKI.I.DU' .
Iilnirlilliiilmnl ricileilrl. l.tb) IJ.Imni SO'l'lni ,,lil ulain ol UimuK.
ltl,liiiirri ."W.."' liyl'UMlUnliUm AwUiU Uui,ICitI(i Ho .Aurtlla.duanllns
lliurle. l)tlmi.Hll'ie,ele.,Uy JiHioitc.l AiutMlUiijliUm l.li..or lUmol 1. j, .
(IiiI'1iii, UiUJJnitoiii, iiUlkr, UceUmlWniMm) by Loxlpitonj t 1U111 ri.ariiiu
mill in iiuxuiit, uviiv. .....,,, .,..u",o, .
W" WW BM MB
- i,ui,.u. ti mill, unlit uur, niieruxi, iiiwiio
Uuliln.br lli.lilu l.rBjr, Muni byOuli'k.llver n of mi,, Ucllt'y)iiUui by Uoaila'tOIci,
n'lVlri fili'furjiijiniiiwrun well tu 1U oilier lacw. Ami I. it full
I l.ruiliirtu I'loJcrlrkl.t, wluuorudnanyiarca. nwMU t'lru1. "Uin.UbT
I.l,l.oii, llm .110 otTlDiltmilOUl anilutlur lnniM. Aiteila, by l'lanO, lualvlMuo K lrf H
m im.ii fciv.vur.oM winner Ibla vcur Auitilarualuil 1,1a ll,iu 'iimihi.. lt.lau.iM f Wri., .iM'
M. ia ill f'utnillv). AuiiUfl tilauiol Alva. Aurvllan anil Aurulft'tto.
'I lit ruU eoiun t win the iireat llcjyiiue (amlly, w)iniiiirilU aro too vatllkiiawnlo
fhllO will mak lien'iiiot lwJnl my iUbluliil!ikliiYllli at tliucniolliiulf luW
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'"- JOHN Q, ELLIS
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