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Sl.n lu Birmingham.
MIKU. K. 1IAUTI.KV, lla.ln.n Mnr
TUESDAY, MAY 01, 1892,
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L. & N. TIME TABLE.
TJUIX! OOINO HOHTH.
Xo.MSt,Iilril Mull i SiMa.m.
.Nu.il 8UiXiUiiitUilf ago r. Train 10 n p.m.
Nil M.Niihtllle Acccm l:Mi in.
.Su llfiouthnntut Mall t:08p ni
. &.a A fciikt rralll 4:19 i.m,
Accom nil, ill,
s. M Na.liTlllo
Na.lullle Accommodation itoca not rim on
"no'IK bound St. Uuli an.1 Chlc.W Vjut
Talna bate MirouiK tralna olkl anil lecjr
In! h IruoinilM, lain..
K..I l.Tne alopa onl It at linixirtani iiauom
Ami rruMliiR lla iliruugli I'ullman iKcien
to Atlanta, lu.
Col. D. L. Johnson ia fit Dawson.
llou.Jns. A.McKonziowas In luo
Hon. J. A. McKoiulo loft
Mr. Nat Galthcr lias returned from
a visit to Harrodsburtf.
Mr. Goo. 15. Gray, of Woodburn, Is
visiting relatives near tho city.
Miss Julia Vonablo Is visiting
frlonds near Gallatin, Tcnn.
Miss Zona Bamberger, of Nashvilto,
is visiting relatives In tho city.
Miss Kato Thomas, of Paducah, is
visiting Mrs. llucknor Lcavell.
Mr. Thomas flodmitu and wifo
from Russollvillo yesterday.
llodloy Boyd, a popular now spa
por man of Paducah, ia visiting in tho
Mr. 13. D. Bingo, of Hartford Ky.,
inado auothor of his business trips to
this oily Sunday.
Pottus Smithson has gono to Virginia
to spend tho summor amonglho
mountains with tho hopo of improving
Mis Cora Polroe will loavo in a fow
days for Colombia, Tonu., to act aa
bridesmaid at tho woddidg of hor
friend Miss Kato Jonos.
Mrs. J. 0. Wooldrldgo and
tor. Miss Kato. havo returned from a
- , .
Wallace W. Aloxander, of Frankfort,
forrnorlr L. & N. agent at this
placo, spent Suuday with frionds in
tho city. Ho was onrouto homo from
a trip to Toxas.
Mr. 11. P. Fans, the nuclioneer, has
accepted a position with
Tobocco Monufacturing Co. and
"Svlll travol for thorn whoa not engaged
at tho Exchange.
Dr. J. W. Crenshaw and daughters,
Misses Mary and Bertha, Judge Robert
Crenshaw and wifo, Mrs. C. II.
Hawkins, Mrs. Honry Burnett, Mr.
Jno. S. Cronshaw and Miss Ellen
Pureloy represented Cadiz as
to tho South Kentucky Christ
ian Suuday School Convention which
mot in this city last weok.
Mr. Charles I. Smith and Miss Bottle
Smith, both of Bennottstoyo,
wero uuitod in marriage at the homo
of tho groom's father, Mr. J. J. Smith,
at 10 o'clock a. m., Sunday, Hov. J.
G. Joiner officiating.
Mr. W. J. Uopsou,
of Caldwoll county, und Miss Susie
Z. Cox, of Julien, will bo united in
rnarriago at tho residence of Mrs, M.
A. McGohoo, on North Main Street,
at 9:30 o'clock a. m. to-day. Rev. C.
II. Nash will officiate. Only a limited
number of relatives aud friends of tho
contracting parties will bo present.
Aftor tho coromony the couplo will
loavo on thol):57 ttatn for their future
homo at Hopsou, Caldwoll county.
Mr. Hopsou Is a prosperous morchant
of tho latter placo and a gontloman
much liked by all who know htm.
Thoprospoctho bride U a daughter
ofMr.Jl. Nick Cor, a well known
South ChrUtlau farmor, and la a
young lady of much beauty and intelligence.
O.I.Sraith to Bottle Smith.
V. J, Uopsou to Susie Cox.
Potor Gordon to Mamio Whtllock.
"' Poter Oartur loTompy MoKulgbt
Tom Moltao to Lulu Averett.
Whelhoroa ploasuro bent, or business,
take on every trip a bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as ft acts most pleasantly
and oirectually on tho kiduoys,
livor and bowols, preventing foyore,
houdachoa and other forms of sickness.
For sale in DO cents and $ 1
bottles by all loading druggists.
Nkwstead, Mat 29th. Miss Lizzio
Orou Is tho pleasant guest of Mrs. II.
Miss Ltda Donaldson's school
closed yoaterday. Miss Donaldson's
patrons wero highly pleased with her
princlplo of teaching.
Prof. Sam'l P. Embry's school
dosod on tho 20 Inst. Tho talented
professor Is too wehknown for mo to
writoany commondatlon. Wo hopo,
howovor, ho will decide to return aud
tako charge of tho school again this
Miss Luoy Dlckersou's concert will
take placo at Littlo River Church on
thu Oth of June,
Miss Fanuio Bramham a fascinat
ing nnd angulto bloudo of
is visiting Miss Georgia Gregory.
HEBE AMD THERE.'
Vllalla Llvor Pills Improvo tho complexion.
Common Picas Court adjourned
Now top buggy to trado for a homo.
Bow Knots In Chalolalnos, Slick
nnd Breast Pins sllvor and gold, at
Everybody buys Paragon Brands
after n trial. Tho best moata on tho
MoKco, thu grooor, wants (o buy
your wool and cow hiiloa na Null as
Dr. A. J. Knapp, tho colobralod optician,
will bo at Dr. Young's office
Juno ,1 2 and 3.
Tho Paragon Brand of moats is (ho
boat on earth. Ask your grocer for
tho Paragon brand.
McKoo, tho cash grocer, wauls all
tho eggs for tho noxt two wooks,
Hlghost prico paid.
Somothiug oxtrn choap in gold Ail
ed and sllvor watches, at VTatm'.
Duckor & Undorwcod, undertakers,
office opposite First National Bank.
Mr. It. C. Hardwick has Just rocoiv
ed one of tho ilnost Boda fountains
over brought lo this city,
Tho protracted mooting at tho
Mothodist church in this city, is dovol
oping n wonderful amount o f interest,
Tho L. &. N.offico at Kelly has
boon closed, and tho agent, Mr. W,
O. Crunk, has boon romovod to
Dr. A. P. Campbell, dentist,
building, upstairs, noxt door
to Judge Landoa' law office. Operating
There will bo a picnic nt Earllngton
Juno 11, ono at St. Charlos, June 18,
and also ono at Barnsby noar
A Holiness Mooting will bo held
at Montgomery by Rov. R. C. Lovo,
asslstod by neighboring ministers, be
ginning noxt Saturday.
Conductor Wallz, of tho local
friegbtrun botwoonthls city and
has boon off duty for two
weeks on a fishing tour up Greon river.
'William Lacy, col., was fined 15 and
costs in Esquiro J, F. Dixon's court
ntIIonolI,Mondayof lastwoek.for curs
ing nnd abusing a colored woman.
The now L. & N. Depot has boon
cornplctod and will bo nrcolved by
tho Company tills wook and oponed
for tho uso of tho traveling public.
Capt. Lewis W. Garth, of Trenton,
whilo delivering tobacco at Fairviow
lost Thursday, overturned his wagon
and had ono of his legs broken in
Tho Ninth street Prosbytorlan
church is in tho midst of a successful
revival. On Sunday thoro wero 11
convorts, making about 20 up to that
Miss Emma Harry, stenographer lo
nnd typo-writer for Judgo Joo Mo-Carroll,
was sworn in as Examiner for
Christian county, in tho Common
Pleas Court Saturday.
Lightning killed a horso and mule
belonging to Mr. Wash Harry Saturday
afternoon. Tho horse was a lino
snddlo animal, and was prized vory
highly by Mr. Harry.
Tho condition of Mr. W. A. Reed, 7
who has been ill so long at his homo 7
noar Casky, is much iuiprovod, wo aro 0
glad to learn, aud the chances aro now
favorablo to his recovery,
Peter Cartor and Tompv McKnlht
and Thomas McRao and Lula
ott, two colored qim&Hv: Nolo mam
in tho iCfliMrtyTJlerk's olfico Saturday,
Judge J, T. Morrow officiating.
The Kentcckian wont to press too
oarly to gio a roportol Gov. Taylor's
lecture last night. Tho indications
wore that ho would havo a big houso,
as most of tho desirablo Boats wero
A rain storm passed ovor noar
lastThursday afternoon amounting
to almost n water spout. Everything
was flooded for novoral hours
nnd some damage was douo by washouts.
Tho two aegroos. Jesslo ltldloy and
Dud Casey, who robbed Esqulro
Dockory at Norlonvlllo nbout two
wooks ago, havo boon captured, and
in dofault of a $500 bond, ench, wore
placed In jail at Madlsonvillo.
Tho Arcadia Compauy, ownors of
Dawson Springs, ,haa secured tho
services of Frank Gorontml and bis
Italian band to makomuslo during
tho season. Tho Company was
corapollod to call tho band at this
oarly dato, the season haviug opened
much earlier than usual. About one
hundred guesta aro now at Dawsou.
Wllllamstown Courier'. Miss
Rives, a beautiful young lady
from tho county of Christian, has
boon visiting Mrs. J. II. Wostover
ntnnn lsi "Saturdav. On Saturday
ovnnlng a rocoption was givou In hor I
honor. Miss Rlvoa is ono of Kentucky's
few novollsls. Hor first novol,
"The Singing Wire", has but lately
been put on tho shelves of tho booksellers,
and haa met qui to a flattering
rocoption from tho Press of tho Stato
and tho public "Tho Singing Wire"
is a story of considerable tnorlt; tho
plot is good, being laid in Kentucky.
It Is dovoloped with much skill ami
dramatlo effect. While some of tho
errors so common to youug writers
aro raei wuu, mo iwok, as ia wnoio, la
worthy of tho perusal of all lovois
CREAM OF NEWS.
Oponlng Dall At 8ebree.
Tho oponing ball of tho season will,
occur nt tho Sobroo Houso, at Sobroo n
on Thursday evening Juno 0.
An oxcollont band ns boon secured to
rondor muslo on tho occasion, nmplo
nrrnngemonts havo boon mado for tho
accommodation of nil, and a good
tlmols guaraulood thoso who iriny
nltood. A delegation from this city
Mr. W. A. Shlppy has comploled
his coutrnct for grading tho 0. V. and
Ills loams and oulllt havo boon shipped
to Evnusvillo, where ho has a contract
to do some grading in tho O. V. varus,
When his work in that city has boon
comploted ho will go lo Holly Springs,
Miss., where ho has boon nwardod a
big contract on tho Kansas City, Ft.
Scott it Memphis railroad.
About 5 o'clock Snturdoy aftornoon
n vory doslruclivo wind and hail storm
passod over a portion of tho country
noar Gracoy doing groat damago to
whoat, corn, tobacco plants and 3
Somooftho hail stones nro bo
roportod.ns bolug ns largo as hons'
eggs. Mr. John J. Uood s wncnt lieiu
suffered greatly, and ho estimates his
loss at fully ono half tho crop.
White Cap After a Trigg Man. to
Tuesday morning last, Tim Murray,
who resides on tho northorn outskirts
of Princeton, was waited upon by
throo masked men and warned that
ho would bo killod if ho did not leave
tho county immediately. This bo
frightened him that ho packed up and
loft tho samo day without even reporting
tho matter to the authorities.
Two months ago ho was living in
Trigg county, near Roaring Springs,
and upon going out to hia front goto
ono morning ho found n miniature
coffin, containing a skull bono and
warning to loavo, orolso ho would be
killed. It is thought that tho samo
parties- aro pursuing him. Ho has
tho reputation of being a quiot, nt
Registration This Week.
Tho regular registration of voters
for tho November oloctlon will begin
noxt Friday Juno 3 aud bo continued
Juno 4, 10 and 11. Thoso who
tlio law has boon rendorod
or will bo ropealed nro mistaken.
Tho law has boon hold to bo
constitutional and th,o Democratic
majority in tko Legislature will noo
that it is not ropoalod. Tho only
chonrre in its operation will bo that
tho qualification of votors will conform
to tho new constitution. Instead of
requiring a rosidouco of two years in
tho Stato aud ono year in tho county,
tho constitution now requires only ono
year In tho Stato and six months in
tho county. Officers of registration
will bear in mind this change This Is
tho regular timo for registering nnd
only thoso who become qualified hereafter
can legallySregiBtor at tho spe
cial registration in Octobor. It is
thoretoro nocossary for all who waut
voto for tho noxt Presidontto register
this wook or next.
TOBACCO NEWS. in
Sales by Wheoler Mills and Co,
May 25 and 2G of 110 hhds. as
89 hhds. eood leaf 12 00 11 75 8 90
CO 8 00 7 78 7 75 7 80 7 50 700
00 7 10 7 60 7 90 700 700 7 00
00 G 70 C CO 7 10 710 G70 7 80
50 GOO CCO 0 70 10 750 7 CO
30 790780 8 75 725 7 40 7 50
28 hhds. Common to Modiun loaf
iU10,10, G f0.
Lto 0 25,
arge nnu pncoa un-
chaugoil on tobacco entirely sound
and in good kuoplng ordor, on soit
aud doubtful tobacco pricos aro lto Jc.
lower. Lugs aro vory nnd
Sales by Qalthor & Wost May 25,
20, and 27, 83 Modium to good loaf
$1000, 10 00, 090, 9 80, 0 80, GOO,
0 70, 0 70, 0 CO, 7 10, 7 30, 7 10, 7 80,
8 00, 7 80, C 80, 8 80, 7 10, 7 95, 7 25,
9 00, 0 75, 7 00, 7 10, 8 50,8 20, C 80,
7 50, 7 20, 7 OC, 8 00, 8 20, 8 00, 8 50,
8G0.7 00,6 05,
13 Hhds Common to medium loaf
0 10, 0 80, 580, 000, 5 50, 5 75, B 70,
5 90,000,5 00,0 25,0 20, 5 8f 5 40,
000,640,0 80,050,5 80, 000r 6 00,
5 75, 5 75, 5 70, 5 CO, C 80, 5 50 fi 50,
5 50,6 00,5 00,0 10,6 30,5 00, 010,
5 50, 0 00, 5 70, 6 50, 5 00, 0 50, C 50,
10 Lugs 1 25, 1 30, 5 20, 5 50, fi 50,
520, 5 00,8 90, 5 20, 4 80, 4 50, -8 85,
3 50,3 00,3 25,8 00, 8 85, 2 70 UW,
4 25, 325, 5 00,4 00,4 50, 3 75,G 80,
5 10, 8 75, 4 50, 8 85, 4 10, 4 60, 4". 50,
4 50, 1 50, 3 20, 2 50, 4 00, 400.
Hancock Withers & Co., May 28 1)2.
107 hhds. as follows:
lanniinrium 1075 1050 1025
10 00100060950 950 9 10 !ii
900 000900 000880 860 8 60
8 60 8 60 8 50 8 25.
2Siihd;rrMedium Loaf 7 00 to T SU.
20 hhds. Common Leaf 5 75 to (J S3,
28 hhds. lugs 8 50 to 6 80.
Hancook Wnneas & Co.
Hasdt. Mr. Joshua Hardy, ono of
tho largost mon in tho county, dlod at
hia honto near Balnbrtdge last wook
of paralysis, agod 05 yours.
Deceased was a mombor of tho Baptist
ohuroh. A wifo and four vhlldrou
M .,, fit6atn mluBa 0,
o(jBn kimjaat Jno. Jf Motcolfo'aat low
Commencement Week at Delhel Female
This old nnd well-known school, no
long tho prldo of Hopklnsvlllo's citizens
and which has entered upon
now era of prosperity under its now
and vigorous management, will closo
its thirty-sixth year noxt wook. On
Friday ovonlng of this weekMrs. Mc-Call
will givo a rocoption In honor ot
tho fivo graduates, who nro Misses
Mary and Georgia Flack, Fannio
Ru&t, May Ritchoy and Stella Dick'
To this rocoption a good number of
invitations hno boon issued. Sunday 1
morning Juno 5th at 11 o'clock tho
Commoncomont sermon will bo
preached by Rov. Chns. II. Nash, pastor
of tho Baptist church of this city.
Monday ovoning at 8 o'clock, tho annual
concert will bo givon by tho music
pupils, at tho Opera Houso. Tuesday
ovoning at tho samo hour, tho IS
Commoncomont exorcisos proporwill
tako placo nt tho Opera Houso. Tho
address will bo dolivorod by Rov. J.
M. Phillips, D. D., of Pombroko, Ky.,
and tho Diplomas and cortiflcatoa of
Honor and Proficonoy will bo distri
buted by tho Prosident of tho Collego
Rov. T. S. McCall. Wednesday at
o'clock tho work of tho art class will
on exhibition in tho Collego build
ing, nnd at 4 thoro will bo interesting
exorcises by tho graduating class on
tho lawn. From 8 to 11 p. m. thoro
will bo a lovoo in the Collego Parlors,
which tho familios and frionds of
tho pupils, and tho frionds of tho
school aro invitod.
ira broltn down from orerwotk or homo' sU
" Brown'a Iron Hlttcrc
rebuild, tho Tit-l, W. JfcwUon. lanore. ex.
' 'diurcinularia. Celh cnulra
On Juno 11 (2nd Saturday) I will
soil to the highest bidder, on my
form situated on tho Church Hill
nnd Nowstoad road, n lot of com
bined mares nnd goldings. 'I ho
mares havo colts at foot nnd havo
also been bred. Sale will commence
2 o'clock p. ni. Terms of salo C
months without interest.
P. 0.; Church Hill, Ky.
The First National Bank has opened
nu account called "Tho Columbian
Exposition Fund." and proposes n
plan by which most any body may bo
nuio to auanu mo grem. inn 1893.
Particulars on application.
AT COST! AT COST!
Everything at Cost!
From now and until tho evening of
10th day of Juno you can buy any
thing in my houso at not cost deliver
ed. I havo too many goods nnd must
reduce my stock at onco. Bring your
money and get good honost goods at
cost. Splondidlino of Clothing in
modium and light weights, largo and
small sizes. Fine assortment of
Shoes, Hosiery, Hats
and Staple Dry
Everything goes for ton days. Como
and if you know cheap goods you
will certainly buy. Too ninny goods
my reason for this movo.aud I mean
exactly whnt I say. Respoctf ully,
GEO. W. CENTER.
Hopklnsvillo, Ky., May 27, '92.
Pricos dropped to tho bottom. Call
and boo. Jno. J. Metcalfe.
Tie Ohio Valley fi, II,
Is Coming, But
We ire Here
To save you money on
Call and sec.
F. A. Yost & Co.
FARM FOR SALE.
Two and a half milos from
Clniksvillo tiiko. 1G0 acres,
woll Improved, good dwelling, nnd
For further Information
ii TiiTTRR nnos..
Orchard grass with plenty ofshado,
water und rock salt, 40o. a weok.
Terms cash. Pbemiss MEncsn,
All the newest and
latest styles in Shirt
Studs, .Neon: Ohams
and gold Hairpins at
T. G. YATES'.
waktrd. Travolinfr and Local
Salosmoa to soil our Jhureory Stock.
Will nnv nitlinr Ralarv with OXPOUSOa
or commission and pay wookly.
Prnvlousoxrtorionco not nocossary aud
nn iiimmiitv to sell our Btock. Appl
at onco giving ago and staling
A. LORENZE, UUAJJMiaN nURSEniBS,
88 and UO Pixloy Block, Ft. Wayno,
it rnn wnnt anv ronalrs for that
ongino of youra don't forget tho placo.
Jno, J. MetcaUu.
This is a Grand opportunity to Supply yourself.
Prices Talk Here.
A cut in Dress Goods.
1Cn for Kngllih llcillont Caul,
r71rt form-Inch Mlwool filling IfenrUtlM
X I SU worth Mc :
QOn 'or ffl. Inch nil wool SumIi tlotli, nrt
OUU tmllr worth t0c.
90o for nil wool German ltcnili tin
Ilk niilnli, worth 11,00.
ftCn forW.lnch nil wool MkclroaJ. cirnon
effect,, worth ISc,
2qq tor iM.eh.ii sin, 8Br.h won., 40c,
Joicn Ijh)Ic' tlllbrlgjran Hoso ISfl
MUftlitr, jonownt OaU
Laillcv fust liltck ll.lo ltoo worth 4M 24o
no ecami, don't mut or rauc,
llillitrcn'a reamlcM colorcJ How, 10c
worth Tie, oat
Don't miss this Bargain.
Bath Towelt at 1 Qp
Largo Hack Towel at "I Qlfi
Kxtr lar jo I lncn To nets onljr OQ
Windsor ahactcs on lprlnic roller, QRn
0 feet long, for (30J
Heat quality Cloth thadei, flfln
r leetlongfor UUU
Wo caniare you from 11.00 lo $1X0 on a trunk
BlacV plahl Organrtlca Q
lllack Iiniwilcd Orcamllea QQp
jEzl.. loL JqjVX
THE BEST, THE CHEAPEST,
Is a Maxim that applies with peculiar force to my
large and well assorted stock of
Spring aid Summor Bry Hoods,
Just opened, consisting of all tho latost novoltioa in Dry Goods and Fanoy
4WASII GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
LINEN AND WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT
FULL AND COMPLETE.
Call and sao what bargains I am offering. CARPETS, RUGS, MATTING
of all kinds. STAIR PADS and BUTTONS.
FERRIS' GOOD SENSE CORSET WAISTS, UNDERWEAR and HOS-
EIRY for Ladios, Gonte nnd Misbos. LADIES, GENTS and
MISSES FINE SHOES, &c, &c.
All of tho ABOVE GOODS havo been bought FOR CASH from first hands,
at tho vory lowest prico and I am dotormiuod not to bo undorsold.
' Como oarly and get first choice.
J3 JSL. Jones.
In addition to mv
elegant line of Millinery
goods on hand, I
am the sole agent ior
The ladies are invited
to oall and inspect.
Mrs. Ada 0. Laync,
OVER METZ' STORE.
If you wish to buy tho best Separator
Bnd Engine on earth, buy tho ';Peor-leas,"
If anybody daro say ho has a
Wfarnnn. WO horohv chulbnv'e hill)
to enter Into a ooutost and wo will
prove what wo claim for our machine,
J, B, WiKf Agent.
Prices Now I
New Lace Curtains.
23ftlrotI.nc(iCiirtnlni nn o .
., , , woith ii v, Jbi.uu apr.
CutUln Voles, liru, flliiro, I IIKR with ctory
1'HlrofrnHalns bought here,
mi 4- .f TP
sijoxii& uuu Ul Oil 111-
will lovo ttio rutlro lot out at M ctnlton tho
Ucn'a Siiaiicmlura woith IS, SO, cholco tic, 10c
llcn't rotm cd Box, woith lie, 9o.
go hnw at
IS dozen Men' I albrlggan Hni, worth 19o
is , go at
Men's Neckwear at your own prlco.
All Silk Mlttaonljr
Kxtra uallt)r Silk MUUwmth JS.ao, Ofin
SSc, cholco ftUC
I adlet' lilack (llovea that told OCn cholco
at SOe, gonownt tiJL
Soap and perfumery,
Wocan glvo)ou tonic genuine bargains in
thltllne. Hot quality perfumct and toilet
eoapsSSiierccnt. cheaper than can lie bought
ISOboies wilting paper and enrelopea only
jOc n box.
Carpets and rugs-
we lire thowlng the inoit complete line of
Itugt, Oil Clotlu, lu the
cltr. l'rlcea talk In Dili department.
L, L. It T. E. ELGIN.
IIOl'KI.NSVILLM, - Ky.
Brooders Kegi8t0red Po-
hind China Hogs.
OiiIt Hie biit iiolMuU tlilimoil. ami all
gnnimilccU m tcpimteuleil. Coriniionileiics
$75.9 to $250.9 ret1:
lliKfutii.. Cnwu wIiomii funil.li
U llOI'MI HUH IflTOtUDir WtlOlO IIIMU t fllS
nrut S.ro moineuli ii.ny U) iiniUlabli
cnilayeil ulK) A few varum It' In (iiurn.aiit)
II, k JOHNSON CO .mill ami Uln
bt , UUIimuna, .
Barred Plymouth Rocks.
Puro and lurefully bred stock.
Eggs 75 cents ircr 15, All eggs dated
nnd guarantod fresh ami mire.
Orders by mail promptly attouded to,
0. M, Mkacuau.
If you want to soo tho largcit, cheap,
rat and most conmlotostock of SASII.
DOORS, 1IL1NDS, LUMHKll,
GLASS, Kit'., call on
l.'OUlUIS Si DUO.
t vnu want TIN HOOFlNtf or
OUTTEU1NO, or (JALVANIZni)
inONCOllNlCRWOHIC done cheap
call on. FOItlli:3URO.
If you wantlo buy Ihohciil PLOWS,
HARROWS, CORN DRILLS, COUN
PLANTERS, &c, call on
FOiums & into.
If you want lo soo Die NEW
FOLDING HINDER, tho latest
thing out. Does not rcqulro tiuckn,
rail on FORIIES & ltRO.
For tho improved DEERING MOW
ERS and best quality HINDER
Twine, call on FORIJES Ss 1JRO.
"Homestead" and "Horse Shoe"
TOBACCO GROWER, best on tho
market: guaranteed analysis; buy no
oincr.. or aio oy
FOIIDES & BRO.
BUY THE BEMIS TOBACCO PLANTER,
FORBES & BRO.
MRS. R. I. MARTIN can now
be found in our Millinery Department,
where she will be pleased
to'have her many friends call on
her. She is too well known to
need any further oomment. We
are now m a position to serye you
in the most satisfactory nianaw:
in every department of our store.
RICHARDS, KLEIN & CO.
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JOHN G. ELLIS
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iboulil any (vcur
For fluo BUGGIES shop mails ami
cattcin made, Road Carts, Flno Harness
of all grades, largo ncd coninUt
atock, don't fall to call on
FORBES & llltO.
"Qllildou" WlRE,llc8tand chfapcM
who on the market, 300,000 lbs. solti
tho past twelve months In Christian
county; lOAfehcapcv than any other
wlroon (ho market. For alo by
"HotBot" Rock Salt, only 11.00 per
Imndicd pounds. Every farmer shouW
havo rock gait in his pasture. It prevents
stock fioin dying with ctoer
bloat. Try It at once. For salo bj
FORBES & BRO.
"Majestic" Steel Rango. host that
monoy and skilled mechanics can pro-
tluco and nt tho prlco of common caul
Iron. AVarantcd In ovory particwar.
For sale by FORBES & BRO.
lfy ou want lo buy a wagon, .-
tnomui ertiiat tiio"jsxccisior" wagon,
or tho "Mogul" Farm wagon, Isniado
or strictly lirst class matoi lai aim war-anted
lu every respect. Don't fall lo
call and sco our wagons before vu
buy. Thoy aro tho cheapest .m .jo
market. FORBES & BRO.
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