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furturollnK silTcrlitcmcnti furniancu onm
ocici is na so Htau "
TUESDAY, 3IAY 31, - 1892.
Wo arc authorised lo nnnounco.
rnmlldalo fortlio oltlcooJUrcnit Court Clerk.
Sidt to Ilia action ot the Democratic imtjr
" Registration days
June 3, 4, 10 and 11.
Snm Jonos la slinking up Nnskvlllo
this wook. ..
Kontucky was ono hundred years
Tito third party nominated a full
Btato tickot In Indiana, hoaded
Totnplelou for Governor.
Hon. W.T.Ellis lias been invited
to write an articlo for "Arona" and
whatovor ho oaya will attract attention.
Swedish girls arrived
front Copenhagen this week, onrouto
to Dakota lo sock husbands on tho
Liout. Gov. Geo. W. Pendleton has
boon nominated to succeed Sonator
Mills in tho Houso.
Tho silver bill in tho Senoto has
boon postponed by general consent
until after tho national conventions.
Both branchos of tho Legislature
junketed to Lexington Wednosday to
help receive tho pictures givonby
Philadelphia to Kentucky.
ESlavinwaa knocked out by Polo
Jackson, tho colored Australian, in n
prizo fight at London this week.
Slavin's was broken.
Corn dropped CO cents in Chicago
Tuosday and Costor & Martin, S. V.
White & Co., and other big speculating
firms, wore forced to tho wall.
Tho Republican Convention meets
ntMInnoapolis Tuesday and tho clans
are already gathering. It will bo a
a lierco fight between Blaino and Har-
Fivo Kentucky newspaper men are
dolegatos to Chicago, whilo two are on
tho Stato Exccutivo Committeo and
throo more on tho Stato Coutral Com
Charlio Moore's term in tho Paris
jail expired Tuosday. Whilo in pri
son ho wrote a book entitled "Bo-
hind tho Bars," which ho threatens to
A rabid dog bit forty persons on a
crowded street in Chicago boforo a
policeman could bo found to kill it,
Most of tho injured were littlo children
on their way from school.
Thoro will bo n room in tho Kon
lucky building at tho World's Fair
where babies can bo chockod and put
to Hleop in a in tho wall,
whilo their parents aro sooinj tho
Tho Prohibitiouists, having boon
shut out of tho Pooplo s Party, are
having a convention of their own at
Louisvillo this wook. Ono of tho hoad
mon is C. C. Moore, "lato of Iho Bourbon
jail" as tho Chairman announcod
Doadhoad tolegrams aro ono of tho
luxuries being iudulgod in by tho
National Ediloral Association in tho
far west. Tho last ono from tho Kon
tucky contingent was from Portland
nnd comojed tho iutolligonco that tho
party would reach homo Juno 9.
Tho Chairman of tho District
should call a mooting of tho
committeo before tho Chicago Convention
moots to tako action in tho
Congressional rnco. If tho raco is to
bo ns exciting as it promises, tho
Democratic nomlnoo Bliould bo placed
on tho track as soon as ossiblo.
Potorson'a MttRazino for Juno is a
modol number in beauty and
Tho full pago engravings, "An
Egyptian Toilot" and "A Post Station
wo havo found in any of tho month's
rnagazinos. Thoro is a portrait of tho
present Duchoss of Marlborough, ono
of tho most beautiful of American
women. ThoBtorios nro by favorite
authors and all so good that 11 would
Boom invidious to single out any for
Tho Ciovolaud mon in Now York
hold thoir convention this wook and,
ns it was feared thoy would do, mado
a sorious mistake, What was at first
intended as a protest against an early
convention, was turned Into a formal
bolt and tho mon, as thoy
call thomsolvos, nppoar boforo tho
country ns kickors and tllBorganizors,
who will send a delegation to Chicago
to con tost tho seats of tho regular
from Now York. Mr, Clovo-land
cannot afford to havo his uamo
proBontod by tho roprosontalivos of a
rump convention. If prosonted at all
by Now Yorkers It must bo by tho
proiwr delegation. His friends ought
to know that in making him tho candidate
pf a bolting action thoy can
only injure his cause, Mr, Clovoland
1h unfortunato in having so many
foolfrionds. Tho best thing for liim
fa for tho Fairchild-Graco crowd to
slny away from Chicago.
Christian Count S.S. Union
Following Is tho program ot tho
Sunday School Convention at Gracoy
7.11G Opening Exorcises, Sermon
by Hov. S.N. Vail, of Hopltlnsvlllo.
8:IJ0. Dovotionol J5orcisos.
U.-OO. How to maintain n Sabbath
Schoolin tho country tho entire year
-Lod by J. P. Williams.
U:1B. Church Mombors and tho
Sabbath-School. Led by Mr. Georgo
9:80. Jlolallou of tho Sabbath-School
to tho Family. Lod by Mrs.
10.O0. How to Interest Young
in tho Sabbath-School. Lett by
Mr. Trigg Hunter.
10:30. ThoTondoncyof tho Sabbath-School
to Promoto Christian
Union.Lod by Mrs. J. P. Nauco.
11.-00. Sowing tho sood tho word
of God from hoart to heart. Lod by
Mr. E. B. liassctt.
11:30. How to enlist tho Sabbath-
School in the Missionary Work of tho
Church. Led by Mrs. Jt. S. Pool.
2.00. Kentucky Sunday-School
Union, its aims and methods. Led
by Mr. John G. Barkloy, Stato Visitor.
220. Election of Dolegatos to
Stato Convention at Princeton, Ky.
2:30. Practical Methods In Sab-both-School
Work. Lod by Mrs. H.
2:50. ThoEssontiol Qualifications
of Superintendent nud Teachor. Lod
by Hon. J. I. La'ndos.
320. Exporicnco in Sabbath-
School Work. Lod by J. D. Irwin.
3:10 Attendance of Sabbath-School
Chddron upon Church. Led
by Hon. Joo McCarroll.
1:00. Faith as an,, oducationnl
Power. Lod by Hon. W. W.Clarko.
d:20. Question Box, Volunteer Addresses,
Bring "Gospol Hymns Consoli
Tho Greatest Curative Agent Known
It euros diseases by causing tho
body to absorb oxvireu from tho
mosphoro. If you aro sick, if you nro
disgusted with drugs and oxponsivo
doctor bills, write to DuBois it Wobb,
Fourth and Jefferson BtrcotB,
Ky., and got full information
regarding this wondorful instrument.
Diseases of all kinds can bo cured easier
and quicker by It than nny other
means. Gov, Thos. M. Holt of North
Carolina, says ho always gets good results
from tbouso of Eloctropoiso.
W. H. Morgan, M. D. D. D. S ,
Dean of VnndorbiltTJonlnl Collego,of
Nashvillo, Tonn., says: "Tho
entirely relieved mo of sovero
rhouraatism' enabled mo to sloop woll
and get about without crutches: also
cured my wifo of rheumatism." Dr,
Morgan is ono of tho best known
dontists in tho South.
Mr. F. P. O'Brien, oditor of tbo Ago
Herald. Birmingham, Ala., says: "Tho
Eloctropoiso cured mo of nervous ox
haustion (causod by la grippo) insom
nia and dyspepsia.
Providence, Way Ul. Did some
ono call mot Hero I am, away down
hero iu this favored cornor of God's
country. Tho sun ahincs bright, tho
winu blows sou, nnu tbo turds sing
swoot, and tho smilo of nature rests
liko a bonodiction over tho fair hills
and valleys of Wobstor.
Providenco is a ploasanta littlo mining
town of twelvo or fif toon hundred
souls nnd liko tho city of Scriptural
famo is set on n hill and cannot bo hid.
Tho pooplo of this town aro tho most
sociablo that I havq mot auywhoro.
Tho main productions nro coal nud
tobacco. Tho Provii lonco Coal Co.
havo two mines hero, but ore not running
much nt prosout. There nro
about Hovon largo tobacco houses in
and about tho tho town and tho annual
shipment is over 1,500 hhds., most
of it export.
Thoro aro throo churches, two Baptist
nud ono Prosby toriau anil n
ia on foot to build a Methodist
church at un oarly day. Tho schools
horo are oxcolleut.
II. B. Crunk, tho popular H. It.
agont, is oil at prosout taking a holiday
nnd Mr. Wlllio Mnnu, of Pembroke,
is filling his plnco whilo ho is
absont. More soon. Rover.
$100 Reward. $100,
Tho readers of tho Kentcckian will
bo pleased to leant that thoro is at
leant ono droaded disoaso that scionco
has boon nblo to euro in nil its stages,
and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is tho only ioaitivo euro now
known to tlio medical Irntornity. Catarrh
boing a constitutional disoaso,
requires a constitutional troatmoiit,
Hall's Catarrh Curo is takou inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
aud mucous surfaces of tho system,
thereby destroying tho foundation of
tho disoaso, and giving tho patiout
strength by buildiug up tho constitution
and assisting nature In doing its
work. Tho proprietors havo so much
faith in its curativo pouors, that thoy
offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any
case it fails lo curo. Sond for list of
Address. F, J. Cheney & Co..
JSirSold by Druggists, 7Gc,
Tho I. IV. Harper whiskey should
ho on every sideboard.
Tho I. W. Harper whiskey should
ho In ovory Medicine chost.
Tho I. W. Harpor whlskoy should
Tho 1. W. Harpor whlskoy should
ho on ovory bar,
And nil of this because It is tho
pilncoof whlsklos. The Ideal Kentucky
articlo. Sold by J. "Y. Smith,
and W, It, Long, Jlopkinsvillo, ICy,
C. II. HITMAN, CsorroK, kr KDlTOlt"
The Institute of'92,
Our cillclont Superintendent, back-
od by tho intelligout teachers of tho
county, wo understand proposes to
hold one lustiluto without tho nidof
nit instructor nnd thus savo tho usual
amount paid ntt instructor for n library
fnmi. Now this menus more
work nud tnoro oxpo'uso to tho
than thoy nro tisod lo. Besides
supplying a much-felt wnnt of a library.
Now wo hopo that ovory teachor
will signify horor hisrondiuosa to
to tho very boat of hor or his
ability, any duty that may bo
od. That class of toachcra imogino
thoy havo n patent, on thoir methods
of leaching or echool government nro
not "In it." Our county tanfilictod
with quito a number of toachcra of tho
doluded Bort who think thoy will loso
something by associating with thoir
follow loachora. Who, aa it were, draw
thomsolvoB into thoir shells liko
amount of pokiug can
bring them to life. Thoy nro dead to
all good works. Thoy havo no patriotism
in thoir souls. No lovo of
country or humanity. Thoy aro
ply "knola on a log." Thoro will bo
a fow of that class at tho institute.
But thoy nro certain not to opon thoir
mouths. Now tonchora by toachcra
wo mean thoso ongagod in an aggros
sivo warfare against ignornnco nnd
projudico lot us all uuilo in mnking
our institute a succoss. To do that
each and overy ono of us must como
fully possessed of tho idea that tho
success of tho instituto dopends on-
tiroly upon our individual offorta.
Tho election of a now trusloo in
oach district of tho Btato of Kentucky
means a good deal when wo como to
thing of it. Whilo wo nro no friond
to tho present law, wo would urgo upon
our pooplo tho importanco of putting
only good men in oflico. Men
with no "ax to grind" either politically
or socially. Mon who will soloct
a teachor for no other reason than
sho is capable Trustees too often
voto for a toachor simply becnuso
sho or ho happens to bo somobody's
relation or becauso shoor ho is a member
of a certain church or political
party. Tho way to remedy that evil
is by voting to-morrow for
intelligent citizons who know thoir
duty and aro not afraid to dischargo
Hopkinsvillf, Ky., May 29, '92.
Prof. 0, B. Pittman, Editor Educational
Sinco you havo in this column re
quested or askod teachors to mako
suggestions as to a plan for holding
our noxt Toachors' Institute, T suggest
that tho teachors of common schools,
undor tho supervision of Commission
era of Schools, hold it.
I suggest that ho appoint six or
more of tho most experienced teachers
with aa many alternates, assign
them thoir subjects in timo and require
thorn to do their duty as much
I also euggost that tho foos collected
bo divided among toacherrs so appointed
who perform thoir duty. Wo
would also suggest that tho porsous
so appointed conduct tho Instituto
somowhnt after tho manner of a school
under tbo supervision of School Co
Tho manner in which Institutes nro
generally conducted isamero wastoof
timo and money.
Would bo glad to hear from any
ono who has a bettor plan.
Wo rocoivod tho abovo lottor after
writing on tho subject. Ed,
Scribnor's Magazino for Juno continues
tho uorios on "Tho Poor in
Groat Cities" (which is attracting tho
widest attoution), with an articlo on
"Lifo in Vow York Tonomont Houses,
ns Soon by a city Missionary," by tho
Kov. William T. Elsing,who for many
yonrs has workod in tho tonomont
houso district in closo association with
nil pliosos of that lifo. As minister
of tho Do Witt Memorial church, ho
has commanded tho trust nnd
of a groat body of pooplo of many
nationalities. Mr, Elsing'a articlo
aims lo roprosont tho nvorago of lifo
in tho tonomont houses, aud does not
givo a falso impression by accumulating
all tho startling incidouts which
havo como undor his oyo in tho past
Attention, Music Lovers.
Brainard'a Musical World for May
is full of boautlful now musio and in'
toresting reading matter. It contains
four choice piano piocos: "Ito-
momborMo" by Brinkhamj tho
"Barcarollo," op. 37, by
aikowsky; "Doubt," a boautlful tono
poem, by Emoryt and "May Bolls,"
by Splndlor. Also a charming now
song by Fnnnio Snow Kuowlton, on
titled "I'm Yours, Swoothonrt, For-
ovor." Tho musio in this numbor Is
nlouo worth $2.00, Mnilod post-paid
for 15 cents in stamps, or threo back
numbora mailed for 25 conta.
monthly nt $1.50 por your,
Tho Musicians' Guide (Spring
1892) contains, besides 212 pages
ot musical information, biographies of
150 musicians, with 25 iwrtrails, a
"Teachors' Guide" and othor
features, threo now songa. "My
Katbloon'a Comiug Back," "Lasi
Night" and "That is Lovo," aud two
piano piocos, "Sounds from tho Ballroom"
and "Stolon Klssos" Gnvotto,
Mailed froo for eight stamps,
or tho World nnd Outdo, containing
tho abovo ton songs mid piocos, mailed
for twolvo stamps, Address,
Tho S. Urnlnnrd'H Sons Co., Chicago,
(44.lv. V Livafk
For Boils, Pimples
cczomn, and all othor
rollovo and euro
doblllty, nnd that
Has Cured Others
will euro you.
' t FOnEIQN GOSSIP.
A fctcnm atomizing nppnrntm fell
on n chilil ht on Kntfltsh town and
kitted him, nnd tho verdict ot tho coroner's
jury wns that "ho died from
shock following bronchitis and
canned through tho shaking
of tho houso ly tho firhifr of n gun til
tho butts on tho
Plumstcnd Marshes. "
It Is said that tho old black overcoat
ot the German array will shortly
bo abolished. Experiments havo been
raadu with various regiments during
tho last twelvo months with overcoats
of various shades ot grey, which havo
led to tho conclusion that light grey Is
tho color least distinguished at a distance,
nnd therefore best adapted for
wear In view of tho use of smokeless
In tho South African colonics tho
Indiscriminate and reckless destruction
of small birds, particularly of turtlo
doves. Is creating alarm among thoso
who rcallza tho meaning of tlio words
"cnuse and'elTect." If this destruction
Is not speedily stopped South African
fanners will CTperionco tho dlro results
of destroying theso Insect dovonrers, as
farmers havo dono In Fronco and other
During tho Mozart centenary at tho
Imperial opera houso In Vienna an old
gentleman applied lo tho court
for a stall nt tho "Mngic Flute,"
the booking office having told him thnt
tho houso was sold. Upon being asked
why ho was so anxious to seo tho
"Mngic Flute," lie said that ho had seen
It flrst performed nt tho Vienna opera
house, nnd ho wanted to seo It again.
It was first played In Vienna just
clghtv years ago, when tho old man was
11. Ho got a scat.
The year 1S92, besides being tho
quatrocentcnary of Columbus' discovery
of the western world, Is tho centennial
yenr of tho loss of Poland's independence
as n nation. During tho
year all I'ollsh women, from princess
to peasant, will wear nothing but
black. In order to commemorate tho
centennial. All tho largo stores in
Poland nro filled with black goods of
nil kinds, few colors being seen. Even
tlio jewelers' shops have black Jewelry
for sale to tho almost entire exclusion
of other styles.
Tho young king of Scrvla has to
pass examinations justliko otlicryoung
men, except that mnny might feel somewhat
nbashed by tho presenco of the
numbor of distinguished men boforo
whom ho has to nppoar. These nro tho
metropolitan, the primo minister, and
n largo nnmberof other court and stato.
dignitaries. It is said that tho ydung
king Is doing much credit to himself.
When tho examinations are over, ho
will bo provided with certificates by
his professors, which documents will bo
placed in tho court archives.
In Berlin there appears to bo littlo
roverence for tho dead. Tho old cholera
churchyard of 1831. which afterward
became n cemetery for tho poor,
has long been neglected, though there
havo been funerals thcro during tho
last ten years. Tho place Is now to bo
changed. In tho lowor part of tho
churchyard, whore a new church is to
lio built, tho graves havo been opened
nnd tho skeletons nnd remains of coffins
taken out to bo burled In n general
gravo higher up, whore It Is intended
to mako a public garden. On tho upper
part of tho churchyard two schools
aro being built. Other portions of tho
trround will ho sold for building, though
It does not seem n very healthy slto for
Tho Knott county court house was
burnod by iucendiarios Thursday
night, but the records were saved.
Both tho method nud results when
Byrup of Figs is taker it is pleasant
nnd refreshing to hf 'iiito, nnd acts
gently yet promptly on t!is ICidnoys,
Liver and Bowels, demurs tho system
effectually, dispel colds, headaches
nnd fovcrs and cures habitual
constipation. Syrur of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind over pro-
uuecu, pieasmg to tuc tasto ana acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt in
its action and truly bcucflcial in its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy nnd agreeable subctances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and havo rcale H tho most
popular remedy known,
Byrup of Figs it bi wlo In 50o
nnd 81 bottles oy .dJ leading druggists.
Any reliable; buggist who
may not havo it or ntind will procure
it promptly fo tuy one who
wishes to try It- Do uot accept any
CALIFORNIA FW SYRUP CO.
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oireiome uuitliioMiucillillnti In placuel lliu,
loao UK (ii.iuincai uur, iuchmu unru in luuur
ami wo will Muitbr iiituin malt I'rlco, ono
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cum. t'ainiihlctln lalu n'll unvcloHi, n
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Fairbatmks CliAIRETTE Soar
AWte 5ni3f by N.K.FAIRBANKCO. St Louis.
W.O.WHKELEK. W. It. r.VXO.V,
And Commission Merchants and
FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE, I
Liberal Ad ranee On CovlenmciiU. All Tobacco Sent to lit by Inmranre
FOUR MONTHS FHEE STOItAGK.
Planters :-: Warehouse-
Tobacco & Wheat
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Tho Great JUS llesort. !W
SUMMIT HOUSE, Dawson, IIopMns Co.,Ky.
T1il Hotel UtUuMcli'U a gradual elevation nt a ronvcnlctHilUlnnco to tlio Sjirlnji anil
Pi-pot, ami Iwlng mrronmleil by narlom croumia, li ncknonlulgol by nil lo Imtc tlio roolcal
anil mott uian ,ji,ciiu ,aw,..
THE SUMMIT HOUSE,
nl Tunlsniinroiimli hare been irrcatlr lmnroirc.l. ami will lconilnctiJ on a flrtt cliu llan
iiiiitB(,rthn.MiimmltrMn ill In tliLtr innim ami
anil rrreiifiliarirn. The monttnof May ant JuneotTer mauy abTHntagre to iwmona Tlalttag
thoSurlniri. Liberal reduction mailo to tamlllca anil paitlcaof lite or more, lor rateaailitiiaa
H. H. RAMSEY, Prop'r.
Trigg County, Ky.
S. W. GUNN
THIS famous bcnllli nml pleasure rcsoii, Iho olilest In V'ostoni
Kentucky, Is situated on tho O. V. rnllroitil (forinorly (J. & 1', DI-vision
of tho Ij. k N.) It miles fiom l'linceton, nml 10 miles from
Ilopklnsvillc, ami is open the yc.tr round.
The Hotel accommodations are unsurpassed.
Sulphur mid Clinlybcnto Waters in Aliiuiilaiieo.
Toinnorntiiro of Sulpliur 'Wiitor fifl degrees, llowlni; from a bold nnd
never falling Spring.
An Excellent String Band now on Hand.
Rates very reasonable and made known on
Atldiesstheproprlete,,, Q & CO., doKmi
Tho vennltorin appendix, which Is
Just now an objeut ot popular Interest,
geU Its nnmu from Its retCinblitnuu to u
worm, tlio I.ntln vermis, wlivnua vermin
and vermicelli tho "littlo worms,"
which giro tlio Italian peiiMtitry u diet
as palatable at least ns I.ntlier'M, Tlio
color vermilion was named for tho worm
of tlui (rail-nut, from which It wus originally
extracted. A "vermKuKo" is literally
a "worm Uibpollcr," and tho
boincc of tho "worm" ot n still U
Our forofathers In early Kngland
called reptiles of a larger growth, especially
snakes, by the naiiiu of worms,
and tho historic, snahe that mite red tho
ptrdeu of Kdcn they rtehlfrnated dls
tlnctlvely ns The, Worm, N. V Herald.
A .Tapanrso Journal dcN.'flboH n curious
diary kept in tho family of a well-to-do
fjriucr In tho province, of Koshlu,
in tho center nf tho main Island. It lias
Ih'cii kept regularly for more than threo
hundred yearn, t was begun by onu of
his ancestors at tho timo of tho downfall
of tho Tnlteda family, who had boon
tho lords of tho provluco from tho tlma
of the great Jupancio ruler Yorltoiflcs
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MILLS & CO.,
8s i"Wff W. W iHUlik Ikl
WT W iiCTM7m
dilnkanrof I)avrnona life clvlnir water rrrili
& CO,, Proprietors.
TABLER'S BUCKEYE LP
CURES NOTHING DUT PILES.
A SURE nnd CERTAIN OURE
known forlOyonra nstltoBEST
REMEDY FOR PILES.
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H0PK1NSVILLE, .... KENTUCKY
KWVatol ltl(tnltncr wiinont uriter,inriiiinea uay ormini. pneriai raiea io
.Men Sjil.lo llin moot ami cmmio.lnuii; too.1 lot room ailjolnlnt NICK WAITIMi IIOOM
KOllLADIKS SftXIAL ATTK.VTIUX OIVJUS TO UUAIIU1.VU 110118X8
T. II. HAM OIK. II. II.
Ijleot Hancock. Uallunii A Co. Lais with
ncook. Withers Si Co.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ummk Wasebouae, T- CK-
MAIN STREET, FRONTING WHARF.
LIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS ON TOBACCO IN STORE.
HAN8ERY & SHRYER, Proprs.,
l.'An.HOADST., IIKTWEKX 10TII AND 11TII, II01MC1NSV1IXT:, ICY.
1 MTclal ullcntlon j;lvcii to ainplliig nml Sollliijrnll Tulifcco consltjiicd
'to n. Pour innnths fno lini)fo lo plaulnr. I.llicrul advsnect on To
liaeco In store. All Tohacoo tnoiivd ihiIoh ntliorrrlse iimtrurted, dt tho rto
II tul forllio lxty tlays, ami ttvcutyflvo cents
per innntli tlmmnflrr. fJo I y f.ir li-anis and lenmslors.
and the most desirable
wmms!isim$Z&Ki and artlstlo
CSrun. l U. WHITLOW Is our
JOHN R. GREEN & CO,
Farm Implements, Seeds
And General Hardware.
20G and 208 Main St.
PAR I (lAll of 1,Jow' Cultivator, Corn Planters nnd Disc Harrow
Ufill LUnU Just rccolved. and wo urgo your careful Iiisncctloii lofora
piirchailug, promising low prices nml fair dealing to all, rich nnd poor,
"WE! w.IBE3 SOIjEI
for tho Ollvor Ohlllod Plowa and can safely say thoy havo downed every
competitor wliorovor tried. Guaranteed to bo the best running, lightest draft
and bolt constructed Chilled Piow on tho faeo of the earth.
JOHN DEKUK goods havo tho largest salo of any Implements on tho
market. Why? Because thoy contain tho very best of material for the least,
monoy. Lxnmlnlng our Dcoro Hay Loader you will liko It.
Wo nro still In thollcld with tho All Purpose Harrow, tho greatest 'invention
of tho ago : a harrow that will do seven difl'ercnt grades of work and
all to tho point. Como and got ono at $10.00 and return It If not as guaranteed,
Also fov John Dccro wood and stool framo IMso Harrow.
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Livery, Feed And Sale
WITH Kll, iiics c. novn,
Hcrndon Major. Howell, Kjr
years' oxiiorlciico tvo feel confident that
to us will bo executed in & sklllfaj
but tlie b est matorial used
Solicitor for work.
is called to our Wagons, the Studobakor boing
loader: to our Buggies and Carts, Phaitous anil
Surreys, National Brand of Fertilizers. Whitman
Steel Hay Presses, nnd tho host Sulky plow Iu tho "
market ''Tho Flying Dutchman," All. closely
bought aud closely sold.
STAR WIND ENGINES.
Our fall trado show what JHII Is In (ho lean
and for tho simplest and best Kugluo in tho mar.
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-" " Kwtwiuiuu nuu u
iMrtiiuiMuri.niiMfcwviiw.iusi8Kscir toaetowor high wind, or even to a
, BOX 325 hurrlcano.
NASHVILLE. TENN.' A full lino of Collars, Hamoa, Traces, Hack
Hands, llllnd Urldlos, Buggy and Wagon Ilarnosn: in fact ovorythiiig a farmer
neoils, at prlcos that will ASTONISH YOU.
Our Wheat aud Seed Fan, tho Pioneer, still leads and our sales show it
GRAIN DIULI.8. Wo defy competition in Drills and only mention the
I.ow Down Buckoyc, tho Hooslor and tho Farmor' Favorite to Iiibiiio grand
sales. SKtiDHUS. A full lino of hand seeders, among thorn the old ami
celebrated Cahoon, and our Thompson Wheel barrow Sccdor, guaranteed to
sow orchard grass and rd-top as perfectly as timothy or clovor.
8UPIsniOBAmioKD WIUB. Carload on the road, and also tho
Glldden wire to suit all daises of buj ors. Also tlio Hathaway patent Fence
wire, popular for top strand, on account of its strength and bofng ornamental
and cheap for gardens, lawns or yards.
Engines, beparators and Saw Mills, and lastly, the world's famous Mc
CormlcK Itcapors, Mowers and Binders. Is it necessary to mention
? Wo aro with you thoro, and our sles uru always ahead of any of our
competitors, and so this year will end.
TWINB, TWINI3. McCorinlcktwino.audMcCorm'Ick uotiu thotruat,
Your trado solicited aud tliauks for at past patronage.
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