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rliKO. K. 1IAUTI.KT, lluitnoai Manager
FRIDAY, APRIL 22, - 16M,
L. & N. TIMETABLE
.Vii. II M. I011U Kt Mull B:M. in.
.So.tl Sulonli ami Chicago r. Trail 10 ISO p. in,
.V, M.Sailnllle Accent . M ra.
No II Boutlmrii Fail Mall tin ,
jLi,.MNlnlllB Accow ilia
t Vaibtllle ActominwUtton do, not run on
"numII bound Bt. ami Chicago rail
Tain. lieTeiuruwaw nmiwwi.v.i.ii.1 '"'"
I.ari ftttlt Ht. Isiul..
lul i.tne.topa only at limirUiit aUtiona
amleioMlnr., Una through 1'ullni.n kcr
lu Atlanta, ua. .... .
J M.AlMUl, Agent.
gj.un., at. ", , "I
jf Goo. Tholpa roturnod to Spring'
llokl, Tonu Wcdnosday.
Etq. T. II, Major, of Onouoboro, vtna
wjb In the city yoMorday.
Mr. Upihnw Bucknor, of Longviow,
was in tho city yoslordity.
Aloxander, of Frankfort,
is visiting Mra. J. M. Adams.
Mr. Ed. Goocb, representing
Bros., Evnnsvlllo, ia In tho city.
Mra. L. B. Waltz, of Karlington,
visited frionda lu tho city yostordoy.
Sir. A, II. Cunningham, representing
Chatflold & Woods, papor doalore,
Cincinnati, w lu tho city yesterday.
Joo Rosso, Ibo Italian fruit voudor,
who has boou soiling upon our stroota
for a year or nioro, has docidod to return
to hla homo in Italy and will
loavo in n fow days.
The Skill And Knowledge
Essential to tho production of tho
most perfect and popular laxative
romedv known, havo enabled tho Cal
ifornia Fig Syrup Co. to achiovo a
groat success !ti ih reputation of Its
ronieuy, orrup oi r up, aa it i -coded
to bo tho universal laxativo.
For .sola by all druggists.
Mr. P. G. Crick and Miss M. E.
Crick wore married noar Crofton lost
Yocxo, Mrs. Lucinda Young died
noar Johnson's, of rheumatism? April
11, aged CO jours.
of Norton rilio, und Miss Carrio
of Crofton, woro married at tho
home of tho brido'a p&reuU at 9
o'clock a. in., Wednesday, Rov. Char-lea
Jno. L, Row, aged 01, and Mioa
Ollia both of Warren
JlllO White, agod 22,
tntr,. ', mu nrny and married this
nd, thou loft for Washington
Stato to take up thoir rwldonco.
Mr. W. II.
Walker, of Lynchburg, Va.,and Mrs.
Euunu L. Stevens, formsrly Miss
lIouderaoiH of this city, voro married
at Hotel Winans, Bowling Oreou,
Tuesday morning last. Immediately
nflur the wrmonov ibo cotinlo left for
their Virginia homo,
42.BiTtt. Mrs. Archio Smith died
noar Benneltstonu Sunday orening
last of homorrhago of (ho luugs. The
attack nun very suddou as she had
just returned from a visit ot several
days to her daughtor who livos near
Grocer, and though complaiuiug, was
not thought to bo seriously affected,
Keo R.McKoo and
Miss Bottle Baker, both of Cadiz, woro
united in mtrriaga at tho Ninth street
Presbyteriau church at il o'clock p
m., Tuesday, by Ilov. W. L. Nourso.
Only n few relatives and friends witnessed
after the ceremony tho happy couplo
loft for Cadiz whero thoy will rosido
in future. Mr. MoICoo, who formorly
lived in this city, is a prospreous merchant
in Cadiz and is quite popular
with 'all who know him. His bridu is
ono among tho moat popular ladies in
that section, Tho Kentdckixm extonds
tho usual congratulations.
, XARIUAOE L1CCNHE.
Lewis Barnos to Carrio Scuddard,
F. G Crick to M. E. Crick. .
ITonry Dawson to Charlotte Jordan,
Youno. Mrs William Young n very
agod lady, died at her homo in North
Christian, uonr tho Hopkins county
Bom. Mrs. Goorgo E. Boyd diod
"at her homo uoar Kelly Monday, of
caucer, ngod about CO years.
Vt50 JftJuio Wilson, wifo of
Dare Wilson, diod lu tho city of
ver Monday, agod 2C yoara.
Tho attraction at tho Opera Houso.
watiueo ami night, ou Tuesday, May
,3d, will ba Captain Androw Melvillo's
Grand Scenio rroduction, "Battles of
tho War," palulod by tho flnost artists
ttAtnorico, Tho Bombardment of
Fort tempter, Buttle of Chtcamnuga,
AndrowV Rttt,i, Battlo of Lookout
Mountain, Ehuridan's Rldo, Shormau's
March to tho c3n, nud tho Battlo of
Gettysburg, are n few of tho ocouea in
tho production, la, conjunction with
tho war vlowa will bo Andcruou &
Morion's Working bioramR of Ul0
Fight between tho Monitor nnd Men
rlmao, aUo Sergeant H. 0. Alloy's
Comical Shadowgraphs. Tho
(lutkg chorufcos and the Hartwell
Bros., the kings of musical urtists, will
"2tf,lwueen in tliol? Hpecialtlos, maklug
thelontertainiueut ouo of tho most
novel, exciting, and inleros'iiig oyer
wiliiMsed. beats are now on Halo at
Galbreath's. Tho prices for this
on are DOo, 05c, 25o. Toko the
- children to tho tnatiueo lGa; adults
HERE AND THERE.
Vltnlia Llvor rills rcsloro lost op-
Florida pons and tomnloos nro on
Tho country roads aro reported in
an itnpassablo condition.
Dcmocrntia precinct coivonttons
Salurtlny April flO, at 2 p. m.
Finost lino of stiff, no ft and straw
hats In tho city at Cox Bros'.
Tho whoat crop ia looking woll in
nenrly ovory section of tho country,
Dr. A. P, Campbell, dentist, oflico
at Mr. 3. N. Mills, Etut Sovonth St.
Duckor it Undorwood, undertakers,
offico opposite First National Bank.
Something oxtra cheap ia gold filled
nnd silver wntchos, nt i"ates'.
Tis a fact that Cox Bros, aro selling
a 7Co. linen Shirt, N. Y. Mills cotton
W. A. ilgtis offors his dosirablo
Main street roaidonco for salo or for
J. J, Austin lost a finger Tuesday
whilo assisting in moving ono of tho
L, Bachorig handles Hop Gold, tho
host boltlod loor in tho world for
Dr. A. J. Knapp, tho colobrated
will bo nt Dr. Young's oflico,
May 2, 3 and 4,
When you nood a hat and want a
comploto lino to Boloct from goto
Bow Knots in Chatelaines, Stick
and Breast I'ins silt or nnd gold, at
Roynolds, tho Kansas ox-convict,
sold forty ot his books on "Tnin
Hells" at Treulou.
Born to Urn wifo of Mr. Goorgo
LawBon, near Bovorloy, on April 10th
a girl, weight ulno pounds.
Prof. F. II. Ronshaw will proach ot
tho Univorsalist church Sunday
Services at tho usual hour.
Tho colored pooplo of Oivonsboro
hato commenced tho publication of
a papor called tho Frccdman'a
Giithrin is clamoring for n "Cako
walk" nnd will havo iL It will lako
place in tho "Peerless Hall" at au
Miss Ido Allen la receiving hor
stock of millinery this weok, direct
from Now York City. Tho ladios aro
invited to call.
Wanted. Tho ladies to know that
Cox Bros, havo TOWN MADE children's
waists, at sanio prices paid for
cheap eastern goods.
Eugeuo Littlefield was thrown
from amulo while returning home
from church a f.w nights ago and his
hoad was badly cut ami bruised.
Slaughlersvillo is overflowed, Ibo
wutor in tho streets being from thioo
to five ft deep. Bueineos hw ben
almost entirely suspended for threo
night clerk at mu UuituuillluUuiet
for 60tno months, has gouj to Central
City to accept a clorkship in tho Sandusky
Last week a Wobstcr county young
ladr matrimonially inclinod, advertised
for a young man of cood stead v
habits. There was no rosponso from
tho ranks, nnd a widowor has appliod
for tho situation,
Hopkinsvillo Lodgo No. 1, Union
Benevolent Socioty, will colobrato its
25th anntvorsary thia ovoulug, with
an entertainment to bo participated
iu by tho membership.
Tho L & N., will soil round trip
tickets to Lobauon, Ky., at ouo fare
f5.80, April 20 and 27, good returning
until and on May 1. Account state
oncampmont G. A, R.
J. M. Aunts, Agt.
Tho Kentucky Stato Medical
will moot in Louisrillo May 4, 5
and.0, at Mosonio Toinplo. Tho railroads
will givo a ono and
round trip faro. Thu President this
yoar is Dr. Brown, of Hustonvillo.
A special invitation is extondedby
Hoosor & Ballard to call at their store
to-day and to-morrow nnd witness
practical experiments in roasting, baking,
broiling, etc., iu tho wonderful
wire (jduzo ovon of tho now Clmrtor
Oak Stove. Exhibition from 10 a.m.
to 5 p. in.
Eld. J. W.MItcholI.of Holdon.Mo.,
has been callod to tho pastorato of tho
Chrlsltan church of this city, Ho Is
oxpocted, In tho ovont ho accepts, to
assume hiH duties tho first of May.
Mr, Mitcholl is a young man and
comes with tho hlghett ondorsomonts
of his denomination.
Sir Knight Captain Thomas
U. It. K, P., haa boon notified
that tho rocont election of Sir Kuight
Jno. P. Campbell as Lioutouant
Colonol of tho Third ltegimont was
invalid ou account of thoro being no
quorum prosent. Auothor call will bo
issued for nu olocttoii, at Bowling
Tho Central Rolling Mill at Ciarks
villo, has bcou sold, Mossrs. Rabboth &
Dunlnp becoming tho purchasers.
Tho prico paid was 110,600, Thoy
will at ouco romovo tho machinery to
n now sito on the railroad where thev
will oporato in tho future, Jlr.
was formorly in tho milling business
at Tronton, aud bin many ft lends
will bo glad to loaru of tho succoas
with which ho is mooting Iu his now
quarters. Mr. Dunlap, his partner,
has had a long" oxporlouco In tho business
nnd ia quite popular also.
CREAM OF HEW6.
Tho market store of Mrs. M. A.
was again burglarirod Monday
night but tho burglars got but liltlo
pay for thoir trouble this tlmo, na all
tho cash had boou takon from tho
drawor nud doposltcd in tho bank In
thu afternoon, An ontranco was effected
in tho samo manner as was
riono Sunday night. No merchandlso
wns mlssod from tho shelves and it is
boliovod that monoy wos tho objoct of
Harry W, Roby, who so suddenly
disappeared from this city a few days
ago leaving his friond Charles Dibblo
short $25 iu cash and a lino gold
watch, was arroslod in Now Albany,
Iud., Tuosdny. Roby was arrested
on suspicion of having boou concerned
in a robbery in that city Jan, 20,
'02. Whon captured ho was In tho
act of pawning a vory fino gold watch
which ho aftorwnrds confessed to having
stolen In this city last Sunday.
Roby is now in Jail. It la likoly that
tho watch will bo relumed to Dibblo,
who is a book agont now canvassing
The River on a High.
Tho vory heavy rains thia wook
causodnriso in tho rivor yesterday
morning and nt 8 o'clock tho wntor
was within two foot of tho high wntor
mark at tho foot ot Ninth street. Tho
rondbod of tho O. V. Railroad waa
h'gh and dry, threo feet abovo tho
nngry waves around tho unilnishod
grado. L. T. Atkinson and W. D.
Ennis launched a boat ou tho rhor at
its widest point and mado several successful
trips across tho swift current
for tho ontortainmont of tho largo
crowd that congregated on tho bank.
Tho waters soon began to fall nnd
as rapidly as thoy had risen.
A Narrow Escape.
Mr. John J. Rood, of Gracoy, ono
of tho and most substantial
young men lu tho county, had a
narrow oscapo from doath by lightning
ono day this wook.Mr.Roed wasnot far
from a largo barn on his promises
when tho building was struck by a
suddon flash of lighting, It was not
set ou fire but tho current ran down
tho corner of tho baru, utterly demolishing
three wheels of a buggy
that stood in tho barn closo to tho corner.
Mr. Rood was blinded and
by tho lightning but managed to
keop his fool until ho could got to he
houso. Ho felt tho ofTocts of tho
shock for two or three days and
himself lucky that it was no
For Hit Llttlo Girl.
Somotimo in January a little
old daughtor of Mr. Wm.H. Loo
rocoived a sovoro burn on ono of hor
hips. Tho placo bocatuo very tore
and for two months persistently refused
to hoal. About tho first of
April Dr. Blakoy triod tho process of
ting with entire success. Mr.
Lee lot tho doctor romovo from his
loft arm about twenty pieces of skin,
which were grafted ou tho burned
surface, Enough of them adhered to
accomplish tbO (Wuuil rmult mid norr
tho wound is almost healed ovor. Mr.
Loo is a and a
of tho Blumoustlol Carriago Co.
no never lost a day from his work af
ter submitting to tho painful operation.
His arm ia now well, but is
Partios intending brooding thoir
mnros to Foils Grundy aro requested
to call atLayno'8 8tftblo,Hopkin8villo,
aud givo us tho nnmo of thoir maro,
color, rifgo and whon she produced
hor last foal, If sha has ever been bred,
or thoy cau do so by postal und wo
will notify thom whothor their maro
vrlll bo accepted for brooding or not.
Wo can bo addroasod cither at Hop-
kiusvillo or Kelly. Ho has up to tho
lGth inst served 10 mares and some
25 or 80 othor p artios havo expressed
their intention jf breeding to him.
Wo cannot romombr all who havo expressed
such intention. As wo think
a horso caunot properly tako care of
more than 50 maroa and do himself
and his patrons Justice, Wo think it
bettor that you book your mares, you
will thereby prevent us from
thoco who oarly in tho season
express thoir intention of breeding
late iu the season , and from accepting
olhors to their oxcluslon or ovor
work tho horso to thoir dotrhsenti
which wo don't inioud to do, It is
our intention to add tho raising of
baddlo horses to our jack stock industry
at Codar Valley, and to
that ond wo havo socurod iu
Folix Grundy ouo of tho vory
best saddlo and harness stallions
tn Kentucky, judging either' by his
Brooding or his individual morit. Wo
think tho saddlo horso is going to tho
forefront in tho vory noar future nud
will tako tho placo so long occupiod
by tho trotters as tho gentleman's or
ladios' riding and driving horso, Tho
lBtvol, cf tho National Saddlo Horeo
broodors Register is now boiug 'pro-pared
for tho presn by tho Secretary
I. B. Nail, Editor of tho Farmers
Homo Journal. Gon. John B.
known all ovor Kentucky by
ovory lover of fino horsos, is Prosldont
oi the association, in view of tno
high prices now being paid l)V line
saddlo aud driving horsoaaudof tlio
still higher prices thoy ore dosttuod
to briug iu tho future, breeders cannot
nlforri to make a mlstuko iu brood-
lug their lino mures. Remember it
takes no mora time, ua mora btaulo
room, no more feed to raise a horso
worth from IlpO to $ 200 than to rniso
ouo worth from $200 to $10,000.
Codar Valley Stock Farm.
A FIRM MARKET,
Tobacco Goei OfT This Wook at Satisfactory
Prlcei, and That of Sub-
itancs Rules a Shade Higher,
Our offerings this week amount to
Bomothlng over threo hundred hogsheads
with Bales ot a liko nmount,thoro
boing vory fow rojocted, Tho markot
opened noniowhat stronger and tobacco
of good subslanco rulod a shodo
hlghei. Owing to tho coiitiuuod rains
audvory bad condition of tho roads
recoipts havo boou lighter than for
sovoral woeks past. Prlcos roahzod
woro about na high as at nny tlmo
during thu soason and havo boon en
tirely satisfactory to both buyor and
sollor, Tho following quotations fairly
roprosont our markot thia woeki
Common luga $2.50 to $3.50.
Good lugs $1.00 to $0.75.
Com. to medium
Good loaf $7.00 to $9.00.
Wrapporys $10.00 to $10.00,
Are broken donn from orerworlcot household
rM Mrown'o Iron Bitters
rbullJi thj alJi ill;eitlon, tonoTM ex.
1 o.' bile ' il (arc) mtUrU. Cot lh nulti.
Tho First National Bank has onon
ed an accouut called "Tho Columbian
Exposition Fund," nnd proposos a
plan by which most any body may bo
ablo to attend tho great fair in 1893.
Particulars on application,
Brown Leghorn Eggs.
Puro Brown Leghron Ettgs$1.00 per
4t in T ' .!. Tl.l.... !.'..-
BUUIUK Ui 1ft U1(Hb AJIUU1UU
$t.50. Call on or address Mrs, W. N.
McKoo. Hopkinsvillo, Ky.
Havo just rocoived a car load cf
HAMILTON CORN PLANTERS,
OSBORN BINDERS and MOWERS.
BINDER TWINE of all grades
Tho VULCAN CHILLED PLOW
kept in stock. DISC HARROWS,
HAY RAKES, CULTIVATORS, etc.
All stool HAMILTON HARROWS.
A car load of CURRIE'S and
All goods and prices
guaranteed. Give us
a call when in need of,
anything in our line.
place in the city to buy
Harness and Saddlery,
Bridles and Whips.
Large lot Lap Dusters
and Horse Covers just
goes at rock bottom
F, Uost& Co,
No. 18 Ninth S.
Wanted the Public
To Know That
H. P. FARIS, our tobacco auctioneer,
after ton years' oxporionco in tho
business, offers his sorvicos to tho
pooplo of Christian and adjoining
counties as general ouctioneor. Prices
reasonable ond satisfaction guaranteed
in ovory instanco, OUico at
Harrison Houso, Hopkinsvillo, Ky,
Imported Spanish Jack
W. T. Radford & Son havo bought
u uuo imijnuu ojmiisu udck unci will
stand him at thoir farm 12 j miles south
of Pembroke, at $12.50 to iuburo. Ho
is coal black with whtto tips and a
Bplondid young animal.
Will also mako tho season at tho samo
insure, i Ho is a
oautiful chostnut Borrol stallion 15
t.ias'.s high nnd is ono of tho best
combined harness aud saddlo horses
in tho county. For further iufonnv
tion by mail address
W. T. RAnronn & Sox,
Before you buy your
Blow and "Wagon
G-EAR. It will pay
No. 18 Ninth St.
AU the newest and
latest styles in Shirt
Studs, Neok Chains
and gold Hairpins at
T. GK YATES'.
City taxes for 1891 havo boon duo
Htnco Juiy nt, lo'Ji, and muBt bo collected
at onco, I havo no disposition
to put any ouo to cost but If imst duo
taxes aro not paid at onco will bo
cuiupojiuu to uo so,
Oity Tax Collector,
Spring Goods at Half Value.
For ono day only, Saturday, Ajn'il 23, '92.
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Wool Dress Goods.
10-inch Bodford Cord in nil tho now spring Qn'f ntt,t Ail,,
shades, worth CO to 75c, Oilt.0ttly4.OC
Surah Silk guaranteed all silk, CJ,,f OQ.
worth 40c. "t. ,SoC
Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, linen ilulsh in Cf
brown, tan, grny, bluo nnd pink, worth 20c, 3lvt
80-inch French Porcals
Qonulno oil rod Calico
Gont,s fino four in hand Ties
worth 75o and
100 Jap, Fans, rich designs,
quality, worth H5 and 20c,
Special brand choico Stationery rrenm wovo
finish, worth 20o a box, ou u
Infant's Rubbor Pants
Rank's porfoct fitting nnd easy adjulnh!ov Oof
Knoo Protoctora for boysoud girls, worth -J"1"
Hair and Dross Pins
worth 5c a
f l'h lrf t Pit t. . m AilifMut
Is a Maxim that applies
1 Mw Mrm
beautiful in , ,,
OMt. choice 1 An
Sat. only 35c
black darning cotton, sterling dyo'
look at his
J ullilill Hi) 1 ,
with peculiar force to my
assorted stock o)
Summer Stey fads,
uoveltios in Dry Goods and Fancy
OP ALL KINDS.
AIENT FULL AND COMPLETE.
CARPETS, RUGS, MATTING
PADS nnd BUTTONS.
WAISTS, UNDERWEAR and HOS-
ilissos. LADIES, GENTS nnd
SHOES, &o &c.
bought FOR CASH from first hands,
determined not to boundorMold,
got first choico.
Wilt initio tlio tcviHin ot 1MX! at Hit. L J
KiKlii'. fnnil, Uinlle vn.t u( lloiltluailllo Anil
oneiiiUouuiili or lloiklnlllo mul Kulrvlcw
Tvrniil f 50 00 jicr kuin Mnu fnmi R
ill.luiiro caiiM for nt owner. rUV i rrAauimblu
UOHHO.Va,ilin a rich buy .UlUon, 10
limidihlKli.N jrrara old, broil by Cant. M, M.
t lay, rarla, Ky Hlreilby Onwanl, t;tii. tUe
llluai1 :I ShBiIeUiul Onuanl J.WU ami
U iKlivit In J SO, anil graml liv Anlliailon,
)inilliiuiiiuii:i'7:liiHlnic that lie Impail
uul lu M'coml ru well at flitt Kciieralluii,
iiuiiluu'. tint ilaiu. Camlet clam ol C'ydnnp
llmiiloi.Fliuoinn J:3o:4.'ncliUm t'avuilia, by
Alwiallali, li,ilie,if Uolil.mllli tlalil, Jill, ami
tlitlieraliil'WUnlilaiii lir llamlirlniiLlilcl H.
lni(i!l.nilr 'lliume, in!,', an.l rtte other. In
a.j;tlin. .Iiowloe llmt lie Inlioiit. .l.ccil HiivukIi
hit lam nn lew than through, lili.lio
ruriuriiirrimorinauon nu iieuijirco in iui
R OBBER BOY, JR.,
rcrcbratmlbtalllon wlliuk. the w.
THIS it U II Jjiyue'. Itrvrr ttaUe, lorucr
tvvcnlli auil lifliila HU.. Ili..klnnillc, Ky ,
at 110,(0 tor Uiaaoaxin, 1 oo to tiuurc.
Straw For Sale.
lly wagon or express
jarge ana wen
Just oponod, consisting of nil tho latest
LINEN AND WHITE GOODS
Call and boo what bargains I am offering.
ot all kinds. STAIR
FERRIS' GOOD SENSE CORSET
EIRY for Ladies, Gonts and
All of tho ABOVE GOODS havo beou
at tho vory lowost prico and I am
Como early and
All the latest
A. A.METZ' '
Mrs. Ada C. "Layne,
Barred Plymouth Rocks.
Puro and carefully bred stock.
Eggs 75 conta per IB. All egg8 dalod
oud guarnntod Iroah and pure,
OrderH by mall promptly attondoil to.
0, M. MEAcniu,
If yon want to i-co tho Inmost, clicnn
est ami most complete stock of SASII,
DOORS, UIjINDS, LUMIIKlt,
JIARWAUi:, PAINTS, OILS,
uiiabs, i'.ic, cull on
I'ouiins a Jtito.
If you want TIN HOOFING or
OUTTKIUNG, or OAI.VANIZIM)
UtONCUIlNHJi; WOHli Uono cheap
call on. rOIUIKS&llRO.
If j on want to huv tho host PLOWS,
HAItltOWS. CORN DltlLLS, COHN
KOItltP.S & 11110.
If you want to
rOLDINO IIINDUR, tho latest
thing out. Docs not icipilio truckx,
call on KOltllKS & UUO.
For the Improved DUHlttNG 310 W
i:itS and best quality UlNDKIt
Twine, call on KOIIUES & BRO.
IlouiP.lcad" and ''Ilni-so Shoo"
TOBACCO OROWBIt, l.cH on thu
innikct; t,'uat:iiilccil nualjHls; buy no
FOIIlllIS & HBO.
BUY THE BEMIS TOBACCO PLANTER.
FORBES & BRO.
beautiful line of
tbouM any ocetir.
rl -n .
1'or fino BUGGIKS hop mado ami
crt'tcrn made, Road Carls, Kino
of all grailon, largo ncd comploto
slock, don't fall to call on
rouiins & into.
ailddon" WIRE,lJctand cheapest
who on tho markot, IJOO.OOO lbs, boM
the pant twclvo inontln In Christian
county; 10,' cheaper than any other
wlioon tho maikct. For salo by
FOltlJES & BIIO.
"Itctsof" Rock Salt, only 1.00 per
hundred pounds. Kvcry farnicrshotild
hao rock nlt iu his pasture It pro-vents
stock from dying with clover
bloat. Try It at onco. For salo by
FORBES & BRO. '
"3aJcstlo" Steel Range, best that
monoy nud skilled mechanics can nro
ducc and nt tho price of common cast
Iron. arantcd in every Particular.
For sale by FORBES & BRO.
If ou want to buy a wagon,
that tho "Excelsior" Wacon.
or tho "3fogul" Farm wagon, is mado
of strictly first class material aud war-
atucu in ovory respect. Don 't lull to
call and sco our wagons beforo you
buy. Thoy aro tho cheapest on the
market. FORBES &BRO.
to bo euro, but V
Novoltios in ladies'
Hays and Dice, tho
aro notod for
originality in creating
aud thoir prosont
boon eo woll soloctod
fastidious woman will
declaring that alio
to bocomo hor,
of tho many
hats shown In this
intend to mako tho
ouo of tho
iu securing tho
Ladios In soarch
should call on us.j
lliyuill. rimteil 18NI, by I.ONUI'HI.MIW ,
I.) LLUiinaiiil ilaiu A.tcil.l (iliin. nl klum K.
Au.tila tlamoK anletle , AuulU, (luanl ua
A now combination
we've got it; wo roforto
Fancy Dross Goods
Nothing could bo daintier
titan tho uow
und HnU iu tho
Our storo is
head gear. Misses
Ladies in charge,
their tasto ond
stock ol goods has
that tlio most
havo no oxcuso for
can got nothing
Thoro aro but a fow
Millinery Dopartmont features
of our Establishment
spared no oxpuuKo
latest novoltios in
Jots aud Ribbons.
of stylish bond gonr
Wl.S'NKUniiil lin.tlnTlo rri'luili'k 1.1
A l.lilinii Kitihlluilai.i nf rieilcrUk lit
Ieof a "linn I' III hy I'liiiitti Srililani
IllUtle., I'clauJIU. ma lli,v,:i r niiM,iiu.,,ku.irJiinii, nam .iiiiioikihui hi l.ay, u
Kraut' ilam, l.ailt l.niiliia. ail I Ihua. Itarklamr.iiraiiililuiii) by IjhIiiiiiiiii; a ilinii I'lcaruue
(iltiilnflU wiiiii,Jlrll,liiiiatniiii. Mulili,m, HuubluMi, rlinlii, U,ul. ll'llr, bheriixt, Ituxiia
ami iMaliuiua'a ilam bytli'ilo .Hilaiii balllo llune, byslr Wllltauiul lraiuprnt) 7 laiu lady
Kublii. byllulilu tiieM 'lam byOulili.lltr (u tit lnii lnlley)Uilaui by
i .i t 1 1 t IMa wluurr atBluiliMiK. Buillm.run well In 1.1. other ui.'s ami 1. a full
J;i li)t.J bruilitrtii licilfilcV. I.t, a uluncrulmany tuin. rii'ilillc, i'ii,' ilam.Uby
Ll.b u.ll li "I I loubailout ami other wlnuiw. Anuria, by l'lauet. loaliilMutit !'., I eo 8,,
a.iuaiimo jcir oi.i winner tin. jear Au.tilaioaiul lila Hoimi.i Jmitt., IKIawaie, tunleJlc,
(Join nt rutuitl) i. AutilU liltiiiol Alru, Auivllan unit A"itllillo,
llil. mllpuinMliiiuthOivat 1'Uuyuue family, nhnte uitiluaro
lieailHI, ttlliU Will IIIB.a i IIU .vhmmi ui irw i at
tuu well Vnowiito
inv .table lu iluiiMii.vllle. at the eit.eeilliiitlr law
foaljraiotaLrn to inuveul aniilfiit. but liable
JOHN G, ELLIS
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