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Offit. 18 aid 30 KUth Btttt.
FIUDAY, APRIL 22,
Wo nro authorial to announce.
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WOl (. W til Mf. ASlllOy i(. n
iimno ol tho Lend.
Tl.n rnrrnnt nillllbor of Loslio'fl
Newspaper contains n story entitled
"A Modoru Miracle" fiom tho gifted
pou of Mm. E. M. Gilmer, of Clarks
Tlio Bowling Green democrat is
mistaken. Tho editor ot tho Kin
tuckun is not on tho program nt
Loxiugton this yoar, oxoopt that ho
has boon "mentioned in connection
with" n proposed
Tho Indiana Republicans havo
mako Albert G.
Porter their nommeo for Governor
and ho will bo a hard man to heat.
Tho Democrats nro making their
tickot nt Indianapolis to-day.
Tho Kentuckian as usual hit tho
nail on tho head. Tho Henderson
Reporter, which is now ownod by
.'Ligo Sebroo and others and is soon
to chango its politics, gives ita opinion
that "if tho Republican party puts out
a candidate, it will bo Col, E.G.
Tho Governor's appointments of
last Monday woro promptly confirmed
on tho following day. Tho now
Railroad Commissioners go into office
May 18th; tho World's Fair Commissioners
tako chargo at onco and aro
to moot for organization within
tho next fow days.
Tho Chicago Herald says tho
Jo.OOO salary of lion, Jas. A.
as Vico Chairman of tho Board of
Control of tho World's Pair, has been
discontinued, tho term having expired
for which ho was assignod to special
work. Ho still recoivos the original
salary of a commissioner, which
is SG a day and expenses when on duty-
Tho Winchester Sun has fished up
n deed to a lot on Main street in tho
town of Boonosbo rough, which is 100
years old. Boonsborough yes, seoms
to us wo havo been there. But wo
didn't want any town lots. Wo want
ed to got away without walking,
Boomer Morningstar's attempt to soil
Boonosborough lots, though his chart
was vory graphic and true to nature,
proi ed a failuro wo bolievo.
Finding an embarrassment of good
material from which to Belect his
World's Fnir Commissioners, Gov.
Brown, it appoars, hit upon tho plan
of beginning st tho top of an alphabetical
list, llonco tho appointment
of Mossrs. Allison, Black, Clardy and
Dulanoy, As tho next man was n
Democrat, probably, ho had to go to
thoothoromlof tho alphabet for his
second Republican, Mr. Yorkes.
Among tho many ladies montionod
for lady Commissioners, threo of
whom nro to bo elected by tho World's
Fair Commissioners rocontly appointed,
tho following aro tho most prominent:
Miss Maud Kirkinan, of
Miss Lida Cnrrico and Mrs".
Suo P. Brown, OwensboroiMrs. Virginia
CTliompson and Miss Ida
of Louisville; Mian Lucy Hill,
Lexington; Miss Clara Houston, IV
ducah; Miss'Stites Duvall, Frankfort;
Miss Lizzio Walker, Hartford; Miss
Carrio Bartlolt, Trimblo county; Mrs.
Fnnnio F. Carothers, Bardstown; mid
Miss Mollio Martin, Hopkinsvillo.
Tho last named outers tho raco with
strong backing anil with oxcellont
prospects of winning,
Gov, Brown's appointments as
World's Fair Commissioners and
Railroad Commissioners havo givou
genornl satisfaction. All threo of tho
Railroad Commissioners aro young
mon nnd ouo of thom,Sonator Toyntz,
was u strong Clay man in tho last
Slato convention, This appointment
aud Hint of Judgo Bront ought to set-tin
tho chargo that Gov, Brown is devoting
hiuibolf to tho task of punishing
his onomios, Tho World's Fair
Commissioners aro men. who represent
ovory part nnd ovory interest of Kentucky
nnd no bettor board could have
boon soloctcd. Messrs. Allison nnd
Yerkns, tho Republican raombors, nro
entirely satisfactory to their party
and onjoy tho rospoet nnd confldonco
of their political opponents. Of tho
Democrats, at least two of them, Dr.
Clardy nnd Mr. Black, wero not applicants,
but their soloctiou was n
compromise of tho troubles that besot
tho Governor in choosing from 200
candidates. Dr. Clurdy's
was an especially appropriate
quo nnd is a oompllmout from his successful
oppoucnt that will be heartily
nppiooiuted by tho ablest and trueat
in Kentucky. Mr.
Dulauoy, tho fifth Commissioner, h u
wealthy capitalist of LouUvillo and is
a fitting roprebontativo of tho moniod
nnd commercial interests of tho State.
Tho separata coach bill lias been
mndo a special order for April 28,
Tho IIouso has fixed tho maximum
pay of county assessors at f 1,000 per
A bill has boon introduced in tho
Sonata fo Incronso tho pay of tho
Commissioners from f2,000 to
A call lias been issued for tho
World's Fair Commissioners to meet
in Frankfort noxt Monday for organization.
Tho Seimto has spent this week on
tho Election bill nnd tho Houso is got-ting
ready to tako up tho Soparata
Tho cominilleo of tho Houso on
Charitnblo Institutions started on
their lour of tho toiato Wodnosdny
Tho following members
coinpo&o tho committeo : Col. Taylor,
Mr. Spalding, Mr. Mclnornoy, Dr.
Mathers, Dr. Johnson, Mr. Bass, Mr.
Harlow, Dr. James aud Mr. Durham.
Tho committee wont to Lexington
this nfterncon, whero thoy will inspoct
tho Eastorn Asylum. Will go from
there to Dauvillo to seo tho Instituto
of tho Doaf nnd Dumb, and will thon
return to this city. Next thoy will
visit tho Central Asylum at
tho Instituto for tho blind nt
Louisville, and tho Western Asylum
nt Hopkinsvillo. Thoy oxpoct to bo
through in nbout a weok. Then tho
satno rounds will no doubt bo mado
by tho Senate committoo,nnd botweon
tho two soino of tho most important
matters beforo tho General Assombly
will bo dolnyod sovoral wook.
Deafness Uan't Be Cured
by local applications, ns thoy cannot
reach tho disoasod portion of tho oar.
There is only ouo way to euro deafness,
and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by nu
inflamed condition of tho mucous
lining ot tho Eustachian Tube. When
this tube gets Inllamod you havo a
rumbling sound or imperfect hoaring,
nnd when it is entirely closod, Deafness
is tho result, nnd unless tho in
flammation can bo takon out and this
tubo restored to its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forovor;
niuo casos out of ten aro caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in
llamod condition ot tho mucous surfaces.
Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars
fornnycaso of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that wo cannot euro by taking
Hall's Catarrh Curo. Send for circulars,
F. J. Ciienlt & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists 7oc.
Tho K. P. A.
Col. I. B. Nail, Secretary of tho
Kontucky Press Association, has issued
tho following notico through tho
Tho annual convention of tho Ken
tucky Press Association will bo held
in Lexington May 10 and 11. I nra
in corrospondonco with tho railroad
officials and will bo ready in n few
days to issuo cortificatos, limited to
actual editors, managers or ownors of
nowspapors Thoso coitificates will
be honored by railroads for
Tho annual duos of $1 for
each papor must be paid in advance.
This entitles tho paper to ono certificate,
and each additional malo member
attending must pay $1.
Tho medical fraternity, backed up
by carofully compiled statistics, is
utmost a unit in declaring that a mod
erate uso of stimulants conduces to
longlifo. It is also admitted that
old whiskey is by far tho best stimulant
that can bo used. Leading physicians
recommend tho I. W. Harper
Whiskey, because it is pure, possossod
of n sunerior flavor and bounuot. and
is not oirered for salo until ft is old
and thoroughly matured. Sold by
J: W.Smith, and W. R. Long, Hop-
Thoro was u mod rush for homos,
when the now reservations in Oklahoma
woro thrown open Tuesday, by
about 80,000 settlors.
About 22,000 secured quarter sections
nnd tho rost got toivn sites.
Thocouutryoponed isnlno timos ns
huge as Christian county, but many
of thoso who oxpocled to find tho
soil fertile and productive woro
to disappointment. Much ot it is
almost northloss for farming purposes,
Tho Indians havo - boon shrewd
enough to choso nil tho choicest rivor
bottom sections and only a small proportion
of whito sottlors will bo satisfied
with their claims, which aro no
bettor than could havo boon socurod
in tho Panhandle of Texas nt small
In appointing Uroy Woodson a
Railroad Commissioner, Gov. Brown
has rowardod ono of his best anil earliest
friends in his raco for Govomor
and nt tho samo llino has mado an appointment
that will bo especially gratifying
to tho Press of tho stato. Mr,
Woodson is a young man of a high
order of iutolllgonco and of oxcollont
character and is abundautly qualified
for tho important duties of tho office
Of courso Mr .Woodson will not retire
from journalism, but his present ablo
assistant, Mr. Cicoro T, Suttou, will
do most of tho editorial work on his
Tho Indiana dologntos will bo instructed
for Clevohiud first aud Gray
tiocoud nud will work to malm tho
tickot Clo eland and Gray, This
compromise was roachod aflor much
conferring, Shanklln nud Mutthows
aro closo contestants for tho
California wassoyeroly sliakon by
an earthquake at 11 o'clock Tuosday
morning. Damage to tho extent of
$7M),000 was douo at Dixon, Wintors
and other towns. Nolhoswero lost,
JLD UCATIQNAL COLUMN.
L II. i'lTTMAN, GKortOK, Kr.. K1UTOII
A I'roao Reproduction.
Wrillon by Pearl Ltndsnr.Honklus
vilio Public School, 7th Yoar GrndoJ
aged U yoars,AlborlinoWnlHs Tench'
AllOU HEX AD1IEU,
"Ono calm Biimmor night nsAbou
Ben Adhom lay on his couch, a thing
ho vory ofton doos on such n night ns
this, thinking of tho kind and noblo
acts of tho past day, ho foil into n
peaceful sleep. Whllo ho slept n
amlU of hnppiuuss camoovor his faco,
Tho night was cnlro nud Iho Btnrs
dniiccil and twinkled in their homo of
thoazurosky. Tho moon shonowlth
such radiant splendor that it seemed
to light up ovory nook and cornorof
this beautiful world. As ho slept
ho began to dronra. Such n lovely
dream: An nugol robed in white penning
each pngo of that goldon leaflet
with tho uainos of thoso who lovo tho
Lord. When on asking if ho woro
among tho number ho was vory much
surprised that ho was not. Without
dolay ho told tho angol to regard him
as ono who loves his follow mon.
Tho angel penning this in tho goldon
lcallot, vanished. Tho noxt night ns
tho moon shono through tho window
backcamo tho angel reading in tho
book of gold and lol Bon Adhom's
namo led all tho rest."
If tho writer of the above will send
her address to tho editor of this column
wo will sond hor tho book as
wo ogreod. Tho above was tho best
and most neatly written reproduction
Tho Institute Fee.
What do tho teachers think of tho
plan proposod by "Tho Loaguo" of
having our Suporintomlont assess us
each 1.50 or $2.00 and wo do tho
work. Saviug our oxponsos of hiring
an instructor and dovoting tho money
thusraisod to n teachers' library I
Wo think it a capital idea. What say
What has become of "Old Fogy!"
Wo hope ho is not dead. Wo don't
think that he has completed that vory
laudahlo undertaking of his, "to
wipe up tho earth" with Smart
Alec. Wako up old man and "hit 'im
Contrary to public oxpoctations tho
Domocratio split in Louisiana did
not let a Republican slip in. Murphy
J. Foster, tho anti-lottery Demo
crat, was elected Governor by 10,000
plurality over McEnory, tho other
Democrat. Leonard, Ropudllcan,
was tho third man in tho raco.
Tho Oregon Democratic Convention
nut Tuesday and declared for tariff
rofonn. A resolution instructing for
Cleveland was rejected, though tho
delegates aro said to favor his noniina
Four colored murderers at Ocalo,
Fln wero tnken from jail by n mob
ono night tins week nnd hanged. The
Ocala demand in this case was blood
Tho House has adopted n rule that
uothiuK shall an pear in tho
sional Record except speeches actually
Senator Hill voted aye Tuesday on
a motion to striKo out "golu ' and insert
a lawful inonoy," for payinginter
est on bonds.
Adjutant General Gross has obtain'
ed a forty days' loavo of nbsenco nnd
gouo to Hot springs lor his health.
Sales by Nelson & Dabnoy of 55
hhds. tobacco as follows:
Lugs 53.00 to 0 75.
Common lonf $5 00 to 0 00.
20 hhds. good leaf $10 00, 10 00,
91)0,910,0 25,9 00,8 50, 810, 800,
7 'Jo, 7 80, ii 10, H UO, 7 40, U UO, 10 10,
Tobacco of good substanco ruled a
Bhado highor in prico.
Saloa by Gnither & Wost, April 20
and 21, of 81 hhds. as follows;
19 hhds. medium ta fino loaf $12 75
10 00 0 10 G 85 0 70 070 075 8 80 8 00
7 5O825G0OGG5GC0O75G8O 7 00
7 00 G GO.
SG hhds. common to medium leaf
0 00 5 70 5 80 0 25 G 40 5 75 5 50G 40
G20G505 805COG50080C20 G50
0 25 G 25 G 70 5 80 G 20 6 00 0 80 5 90
7 10 5 25 5 75 6 -10
2G hhds. 5 00 510 450 5 90 4 00
4 25 5 25 6 25 a 00 3 00 -1 00 4 GO
315 8 95 5 00 5 50 -410 000 100
4 50 4 50-4 25 5 30 2 95 320 4 40.
Market actiYO and stronger on all
grades. Our salos noxt weok com-
monco at iviM.
Salos of 23 hhds. bv Hnuborv Si
- . . . , .. . .
10 hhds. common to mod ium leaf
f8 25 to GOO.
13 hhds. lugs $0 25 to 2 55.
Sales of 115 hhds by Wheolor, Mills
fiCo., April 13 ami 20, '92;
45 hhds. good to medium loaf f 10 00
to 0 50
40 hhds, common leaf $9 30 to 5 50.
80 hhds. lugs 10 40 to 3 GO.
Markot btrong aud active.
For Boils, Pimples
oczomn, and all othor
rollovo and ouro
doblllty, nnd. that
Has Curod Others
will ouro you.
UVTTl PT JEHL
fl s?is( 7X'ffllHR
Both tho method nnd results flhen
Syrup of Figs is taken, it is pleasant
and rofrcihiug to Mip 'oste, and net
KODiiy yet promptly on t.'io Kidneys,
Liver and Boncli cleantca tho tys
lem effectually, dunclr colds, head
achet and fiven and cum habitual
constipation. Srriir ol' Lwgs la tho
only remedy of its kind over produced,
plcajiiie to Hit" taite and ac
ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in
its notion And truly beneficial in Its
offecU, prepared only from tho most
healthy and agreeable anlwtances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to nil and have made it the most
popular remedy knowu.
bvrun of Fim ! im sale in fifta
and $1 bottles by all leading drug-
(jinuj. iiuy rciuiuiu uruggiH wuo
may not have it on hand will procure
it promptly foi Any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accopt any
CALIFORNIA FfG SYHUP CO.
SAM fKAkUSUO. CAU
lowsviLU. Kr. mm rw.j. .r.
Dnring tho discussion of tho local
option article of tho Election Hill yes
terday, Sonator Fattison stated that
Senator Goorgo's courso relative to tho
measure reminded him of that beautiful
"He wriggled In anil wriggled out.
And left the Senate still In doubt.
Whether tho make that made the track
Waa going out or coming Imek."
Mr. Poyntz was quickly on his foot
and said : "Mr. Speaker, I ri60 to a
point of order; tho gontloman has no
right to ring in a snako Btory on us
whuo discussing local option." Tho
point was declared to bo woll takou.
The Job Completed.
Xeir Tort Journal
Filibustering soldorn is iustiGablu
and rarely rises to tho holghts of genius.
Let tho work of whitewashing
Mclnornoy proceed. Later: It has
The Matter Explained.
Tho Mclnornoy whitewash roport
has been adopted by a voto of 43 to 5.
Thoio sooms to bo a great doal of
standing together in this mater.t
. "ViiN. W 0Sll
Uh TJV4a.T7 NMJ
THE ONLY BIG
Coming this Season.
Now Mastodon Railroad Shows, Wild
WostjRonian Hi pod romo, Trained
Animal Exposition, Elovated
Stagoand Mighty Millionaire
WILL EXHIBIT AT
Tuesday, AP1UL 26
3 Amazing Combinations In
2 Mammoth Elovated Stages 2
1 Extensive Roman Hipodromo
A rare aud polygenous collection of
living wilil anmialB. 1,000 rare wonders
of tho winged tribe, 200 arena
and hippodromo stars, 1 horso lady
Roman chariot races.
Tho only living pair in captivity of
lion slayors,15 handsomo.haughty sons
of tho dosort. Tho only gonuiuo company
of Arab ortistfl. Tho greatest
acrobats, gymnaabi, onuilibrisui and
aerial artists, accompanlod by a native
Arab band of miisisians. Ouo living
snocimon of tho rare Bovalapus, Sis
of tho world's greatest bareback riders.
Throo military bands of music. Two
quartettes of jubilee singers. Fivo
opon dons of wild boasts in tho parade.
Tho world's greatest aorial artists,
MASTKlt NOItlUXmid UOItDON OliTON.
Tho largest living performing
An nrtlstia combination of Janauose
Historic Wild "West
Tho Kraud. golden, irllttorimr ncd
overwhelming (roe street pnrado, ar
ranged nun (lovibcu tor mesa
shows, occurs each morning at
10 a in. This is the most gorgeous
and endless array of sploudor over
Doors open' nt 1 and 7 p. m.. nor-
formauco ono hour later. Excursion
on all railroad?. Komembor tho date,
at Hopkinsvillo, Tuesday, April 20,
rriK'i anu u n inruiunui
Care for I'llia. l'riooll. 11 i
1jx atw, Mow V vtk Q0t I
Are yon satisfied with the way your children's
THE LITTLE GIANT SCHOOL SHOE
Is made of tlio best selected mutcriul, by the finest; workmen. Every
pair gunrantced. Wc fuel no hesitoiicy in saying that tlio Little Giant
has no equal. It has given better satisfaction than any school shoe ever
introduced on this market. We can also say the same of Lilly, Bracket!.
& Co.'s fine hand sewed Kangaroo Shoes. Thoy are tlio easiest wearing
f7ie2f (jet fAer2
Just the simet
AND SO DOES
MADE ONIY BY
N.K.FAIRBANK&.CO. St Louis.
W. If. PAXOV, lm.ik.Kciir.
ana It a i kind anu gotxl itrivurf lia. )roveii hlmwlf a aure ami goal breeder.
IIUKD AS FOJiLOWS:
JUJI.n .. MILLl.
WHEEI1R, MILLS h CO.,
And Commission Merchants and
FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE, I V$W
Lllwral Alliance on Con.lgume it AIIToliaisioNtiit in u Cut f n-l In In.nranr
FOUR MONTHS YWV.V. STORAGE.
Planters :-: Warehouse.
Tobacco & Wheat Commission Merchants,
Stoch in the stud for the season of 1892, owned by
- P. W. BAKER, Graoey, Ky.
Thl. rimlilnod Hailille anil llaracii Stallion Ita blool bar with Mack Ion. mint ami till.
haml Ulgli, I a harM ol line at) lo uml action, a hlitli rlau aaiMlcr, folng all the gain natur
Iluiloluh vraa by Uoiwell. HI dam Hello l.cnlrr by Highlander, In bjr Imported Gleneoe,
andlilidani,c'Mtlnet,waili)rIniorlul Monarch. DimwcII wm by Ktchcquer, Ida dam, the
celcuraieu race mnru fii,iiinc, .. .. r.,v. uj jwhuu.
Mr,ii,,,uAruii bvUcvenuc. bv liiiiN)rtedTrutcfl.ldadani Klnabv Tloatnii.
lmdc!rti will bo allowed loBdie mare, attl 00 per leap; ir.Hibrtho season, or nt DO.W
tolnanranmarv wiiii nwi,
Tlil nlienoincnal Handle ana Trotunir SUMon la a dappled red sorrel with onn while fool,
mhandt blah, ultra line form, nlth line atylo anu action,
very proniMny tuittor, hailnr trotpl a mile o
old Wm, with but Utile
nu is a natural aiuiuia nnru in.
orer tho Clarkvlo track In J5I In hi three-year
lllini) A8 FOLLOWS:
Tom Wonder l by Jtke liny, ut dun I'carl. by Ulster, by Lightning, by oxlngton, Jnd
dam l.adc, iald to be by Iinirled Itonnle Hcnlland,
Lake Hoy U by Mambilno Palcbon. Iitidam li Golden, Lake by Lakclaud AlMlallah, a full
brother to Harold tlio slieuf Mnudbi lluwlllbe allowed to aerro mate nt If M per tlnale
l""Pl WtW UT (IIU BVflUli w tatfia vu ! a.v ! ivnu
Tlilicclebrntrd SpanUh Jack la li hand high, black with white points, baa fine length
Una toriu. long bend and enn and Splendid action. Itm proven lilmieKa aure nnd line breeder.
lie will bo ullowcd totervc inareant (3.0 per leap) tfM by tho lenton, or at 110,00 la Injure
a mare wijn torn
Tlio abovft described utock will mako tlio snasoii of 1802. boL'Intilnir
Mnmh lit. at my lioino on tlio llrowor'a Jllll road, ono and a
linlr miles rroiHiiuuou aim nv nmua ironi urncuy, ivy,
When n mro U bred by tlio loup llio foo U cash,; whon broil by tbo
tlm funis duo casli. and II paid thou slio can bo rotiirucd from ecason In
season until ho bring a colt; Ifnot paid cash, alio ran only be returned
thiougli one season, When urou in liiaiiranco tholco U iluo when alio la
lcnoivn to bo with foul or traded od, nnd If paid by Decombor 10th and tho
colt never aland ii the can bo icturncd throiiL'h iiiiollior reason fico.
Maicslircd y insuranco nro lo bo rctiiineil promptly.
Marcs kept on rriis ut 00 couta a weok,orjialii fed at reafconnblo ralea.
All cato takou to piovont neolilouta or cs capes, but not respontlblo
should any occur,
I ask a careful compai lenu of my stock and tliolr pcillgrcca
other in thUor aiijniuiu couiiiii",
Act Directly ott tltc xMvcr.
Coast Caitu amp l"iT,UirErau,
BtcxIIsisicua, Iliuna Colic, CoHirtra
no, Sitiraurux, l'aas, l'AirttiTioai
or rns UUXT, Uiumax, iuno i Jiaw,
OelTloToxav. BuriWMMlf , d iu
Umaatimnlatca tha ttemaeb, tMtana
tie arUU, Jmpane tijoi ta in arxwiu.
riliZ.! mil Tlaauti Ilka masle. t
tt. rttVtaiad. exixsna' uyuit ruxs.
Balpf dnaHa. miww..
latronajro, personal Inspection of slock
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known for IByars as th BEST
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TO UOAltDIMU HOIiHSS.
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AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
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ST., liKIUKKXlirrH AND UTII. IIOI'KINSVILLK, icy.
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Aflor'aO years' exiwrleuce wo led coiirldont thai
oitiera ciUiu.totl to in will bo executed lit a aliilliMl
ami artistic manner.
None buttlio bestmntorialused
STMR. F. M. WHITLOW In our Solicitor for wark
Farm Implements, Seeds
And General Hardware.
206 and 208 Main St.
PAR I flAR OIlo,Vl,CuUlratoMCo,, Mantcrt aud Disc Harrow
UH Jl LUnU Just received, and wo urgo your careful Inspection befor
inirchailujr, promlaliig low prlcea and fair dealing to all, rich and poor.
lor tho Ollvor Chilled Plow and con safely say they have downed evcrv
competitor whorovor tried, bitarantced to bo tho best running, lightest draft
ami best constructed Chilled Plow on tho face of the earth.
JOHN DKEHB goods havo tho largest sale of any implements ou tin
market. Why ? Because they eontalit tho very best of material for tlio least
monoy. Examining our Deere Hay Loader you will like it.
"Wo aro still in tho Held with tho All Purpose Harrow, the grcatoat in.
volition of tho ago ; a harrow that will do seven different grades of work aud
all to tho point. Oonio and get one at $10,00 and return It ir not as gimrun.
tcod. Also for John Deoio wood nnd ateel framo Ulse Harrows.
n'i ferK,IMawll SJai
la called to our Wagons, the Studobaker being
leader) to our Buggies and Carts, l'hretons and
Surreys, National Urauaa. of FerlllUers, Whitman ,
sin -. it m
Successor to Pye, Dicken & Walll
Bteel Hay l're.sen, and the best Sulky plow In tha'eiT"
mat let "The Flying Dutchman." All, closljr,i ,
t IHJUIItV .vvij "wimi yjKT
STAR WIND ENGINES. '
Our full trade showa what Mill Is In the lea?
ami fur the ''l"esi ami best isngino Ju the mar-
Pmimm BiuLEK SlMBamiaMaW
, 10X325, hurricane.
P. O. Address, Gracey,Ky.
NABHVH.LBTNN1 A full lino of Collars, Hames, Taces, llscfc
Bands, Wind Bridles, Buggy and Wagon Harucsa; In fact everything a farm-or
uccils, at prices that will AEJTONI8H YOU.
Uur Wiieat ami nccu ran, im j luiiccr, uu iciuis ami our saica snovf its
I GHAIN D1ULL3,
, Low Down Buckoyo, the
Wo defy competition In Drills aad only mention" Ilia
Hoosleratid the Fanner's Frvoriloto insure .trralul
sales, SEEDEU3. A full line of luud seeders, among them the old; and
eclobrated Cahooif, and otirTlionipeoii Wheelbarrow Seeder, guaranteed'sto
sow orchaid grass and id-top is iicrfcctly as tlmolliy orclovcr. i ,Tf- '
W1HB. Carload ou tho road . and alo 'Ilia
Ollddcu wire (o suit all classet or buyprs, Also tho Hathaway patent Fence
wire, popular fur top strand, ou account of Its nieiigih and being ornamental
and cheap for gardens, lawin or yard,
Buglncs, Separator and Saw Mills, ami liully, the woild's famous Jlc
Cormlck Beapcts, Mowers uml Dlndeis. Is It necessary to mention McCor
mlck ? We bio with vou thoro, and our sales aio always ahead of any of our
competitors, uml so this year will oud.
TWINE, TWINE. McCormlck twine, and MeUornilck not In Ilia trust
Your trade eolkltod and tliankf for all past patronage.
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