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FJUDAYJ JUNK" 0, - . 181)2.
L. & N. TIME TABLE.
TRAINS OOIXO MOSTtt.
No. 11 St. rit Mall (, 9iMa.ni,
u.MLliOttUiiil Chicago t.lrlii Witup.in.
.Nu M.Nli?III Accum
No tl Routlmrn Kt JIH 4:u IMP, a.m. m,
Au, M Kat Train till a. in.
' Nnnlitllla Accommodation oe not run on
"Hurt J bound Bt. ami Chicago Kat
Tal!!?niSJilnwiC' train, aoll.l Ami .ltlra
to Chicago anUM. ", , .,.,.,
In Atlnulii, Ua.
J U.AtUMa, Agent.
V Miss Lonn Yancoy Is on n visit to
iriouds In Paducah.
Mrs. L. Nosh has rolurnod from n
n vintt to Loulsvlllo.
Miss Viola Wright, ot Mndisonylllo,
Is vmitlug MIm Fraukto Campbell.
Mrs. S. Q. Bucinor hn gono to
Springs to spend eomo timo.
Mr. Jnmos Ilillmnu audwlfo, of
Birmingham, mo visiting rolntivos In
Misses Ruby Oobb and Joo Fowler,
of rnduenh, nro visiting Mrs. Jno. P .
MlfwnJcnnio Foroilb, of Nashville,
Is visiting tho family ot hor brothor,
.. n.irm.11. of Cadiz, loft
nun. iiiui a
yesterday for hor homo, aftor visit
lo Mrs. JUtculo juurnow..
mi., a. In rifirh roturnod to hor
liomonoarOracoy Wodnosdoy, aftor
a short visit to hor sislor, Mrs. M. A.
Mr. Juo. R. NoaijSoo'ty andTrcas'r
Loutslvlllo Hallway Co, will arnro in
tho city this ovonlng and will bo tho
guost of his sistor, Mrs. Judgo Brown.
Judgo A. II. Andorson will leave tomorrow
for Minneapolis, na a district
dolegato to tho Republican .Convention.
Mr. Jno. P. Frowso will probably
go with him.
Fletcher Campbell has occoplod n
KMltioit as for Mr. H. II.
Aliernothy. Ho takes tho plaoo of
" Poltus SmithsoD, who has gono to.tho
mountains of Virginia to epond tho
Mr. R. F.
Goo, or tho Roaring
Springs neighborhood, eloped to
" Ctarkavlllo Tuosday ovouing and woro
mado ono. Objection on tho part of
tho brido's parents on nccount of her
youthfuluoss, causod tho oourso pursued,
it is understood.
Mr. J. Ilonry
Clardy, formerly of Boll, this county,
.and Miss Jeanio L. Westbrook, of
West Point, Miss., woro united in
marringo ot tho latter placo, May 23,
Mr.T, P. Clardy, brothor of tho
jrrooui, attended tho wedding and will
not return to his homo in this couuty
for somo weeks.
Mr. W. G. Gooch, of
this city, nud Miss" Fountntnolla
Itooso, of Todd couuty, olopod to
Springfield, Toun., Tuesday evening
and woro married, Kev. B. C. llanos
officiating. Tho couplo roturnedto
to this city at 10 JO tho samo night
nud wil board for tho prosout, Tho
brido Is a daughter or Mr. Anbury
Reese, a prosperous Todd county
farmer. Mr. Gooch Is employed by
E. Fraukel as salesman, and Is a good
business juan aud quito popular.
Mr. B. J. Gooch. of
Evansvillp, and Miss Elijah M. Gooch,
of this city, wero married at tho homo
of tho brido's raothor, Mrs. Mary
.Gooch, on East Ninth atroot, at 9:30
.o'clock p. m., Woduosday night, Rov.
.Q. V. Lyon officiated. Aftor
tho happy oouplo loft on
Alia 10:30 train for Evansville, iiieir
jtuluro homo. Tho groom Is woll
inown in this city, having been
for Morrris Cohen for eovoral
months of last yoar, and Is now In tho
employ of Liudloy Bros., Evansvillo,
us salesman. His brido
quito a popular youug lady.
E. J. Gooch UrElijah M. Gooch.
John H. Bucknor to Maggto Baxter.
"Edmtovs. Mandy Edmunds died
of consumption at hor homo four
inlloa south of tho city, Wednesday,
.ogod 20 yoars.
Wilson. Albort Wilson died noar
Church Hill Monday ovonlng, of consumption,
aged CO yoars.
Olllrr JHluy ouipp,ui tyiwuiu tmuj,
Tuosday, agod 11 yoars. Ho lived on
tho Butter-milk road, four miles
north ot tho city.
CITY COURT NEWS.
Frank Allen, coI,,grnnd larceny, dismissed,
Jnko Gordon, druuk, flnod $5 nud
Susou Darksdnlo, col., disorderly,
fined ono cent uud costs.
James Doylo, alios Gordon, drunk,
lined ff and costs.
Jno. Farror, drunk and dlaordorly,
given 10 days in tho work house.
I There will be o wedding near Kelly
uextTueedav, Swid In your guwsea,
HERE AHD THERE.
Dou'l fail lo roglslor to-day.
Vitalla Llvor Pills improvo tho complexion.
Now lop buggy to tratlo for a horeo
Ballon Bros, havo n largo stock of
first class paving brick on baud.
Born, to tho wlfoof Mr. Q. 0. Atkln
son, of Clarksvlllo, on May 28, t
Somolhlng oxtro cheap In gold fill
oil and silver watches, at Vates'.
Dttckor Si Uudorwood, undortnkors,
ofllco opposite First National Bank.
JBow Knots in Chntelalnos, Stick
and Breast Pins silver mid gold, at
Everybody buys Paragon Brands
nftrr a trial. Tho best moots on tho
McKoo, tho grocer, wnulu to buy
your wool and cow hides as well as
Charley Graves killed a cat yesterday
morning which wus affoclod with
Dr. A. J. Knnpp, tho celebrated optician,
will Iw at Dr, Young's office
Juno ,1 2 and H.
Tho Paragon Brand of moats Is tho
best on earth. Ask your grocer for
tho Paragon brand.
MoKeo, tho cash grocer, wauls all
tho eggs for tho noxt two woeks
Eiighost prico paid.
D.W. C. Amborg, a Hickman merchant,
suicided with a pistol, In his
Tlui tobacco crop is now about nil
planted. Thoro has never beou a
moro favorablo season.
There wore GO arrests mado by tho
police durlug tho month of May
against 51 for May of 91.
Prof William Robinson sold a very
lino Jersey cow lo Judgo M. D. Brown
Tuosday. Tho prico paid was SCO.
Monroe Gregory, ot Church Hill,
has purchased ono of tho celebrated
Ilubor throtihors and will operAte
eamo this season,
Early grapes aro now as largo as
turkey shot and should bo bnggod at
onco to obtain tho best results. Bags
for salo at this ofllco.
Dr. A. P. Campboll, donlist,
building, upstairs, noxt door
to Judgo Landos' law office. Operating
Miss Mildred Johnson, who has
froquontly visited Mrs.O. B. Webb In
this city, will graduate from Hamp
ton College, Louisvlllu, this week.
Grant Clomonts escaped from tho
Asylum Tuesday evening, but was
captured by tho police and returned
to tho institution yesterday morning.
Our local boso ball team will play
tho Nashville "Alhlotics" In that city
this afternoon. Tho boys went over
this morning and will return to-night.
Tho Court of Appeals on Tuosday
oxtonded tho thro allowed for filing a
petition for a rehearing in tho
contest. Tho petition will bo
filed, some timo this month.
Lightning struck tho
at tho Eddyvillo penitentiary, killing
Warron Johnson, a convict
from Warron county, whoso term
would have expired in 20 days.
Tho r)2ud. annual commencement
exorcises of tho University of Missouri,
nt Columbia, will bo in progress
this weok until Juno 2. This is tho
institution with which I'rof. M. L
Liiwcomb, formorly of this city, is
Rodgors fc Pottingor, tho Louisvillo
jowolors, had $5,000 worth of diamonds
stolon from a socrot drawor in ono
of their show-cases Tuesday. Thoro
woro eight employes in tho storo and
ono nf them probably got tho jewels.
Ono Tonnossoo negro, hailing from
St. Bothlohom, quit work on tho 0. V.
last woes, nnu gaiuonng up ins coat
started in tho direction of his homo.
And this is why tho Clarksvlllo papers
havo been reporting "big strikes'
among tho 0. V. hands employed in
grading tho Company's yards in this
Miss Lucilo Dickorson's school
will close with a concert, given at
Littlo Rivor Church Friday night,
Juno 10,1892. Tho children aro quito
hopeful of success and deslro to havo
n full houso. Admlttanco 25 cents
oacb, ladios and gentlomon. Tho
proceeds will bo divldod botweon tho
church and Peo Deo school houso.
Rov. Dixon Williams will conduct
tho protracted mooting at tho 0. P.
churcli tiita mount, it will uo
that tho Rov. Williams
couductod ft vory successful meeting
horo sevoral years ago when ovor 200
sinners woro couvortod to God. It is
hoped that ho may bo as successful
this timo as ho was
Tho congregations at tho Methodist
church aro immense, Mr, Morrison is
doing somo graud preaching, and tho
indications point to ono of tho most
profound religious awnkonlugs that
has ovor boon knoain this part of
thoStato. The people aro coming
from long distances In tho country
and from neighboring towns to hoar
this celobrutod ovangollst. Two or
throo huudrod fullod to get iusido tho
door Sunday night, Tho mooting
will be coutinued through this wook.
There is a servtco for men only at tho
court houso every morniiig at H
o'clock, at the church at 8 In
and at night at 7?15,
CREAM OF NEWS.
Ready to Sign.
J. V. Mnrlhi. of Xonla, 0 nns In
tho eltv vostorday lo closo tho con
tract or wotorworks nnd oloctrlo
lights, All preliminaries had boon
ogrood niion ana tho contract was
oxnootod to bo ready to sign by last
night. Mr.MattitiBnys ho will pny
no altontion to tno protest drawn up,
but will begin work within throo
A Serious Accident.
As Mrs. John S. Long and hor son
Edgar, of Empire, woro returning
homo from Croflou Moudny afternoon
their horso Itecamo frightened nud nil
off, Tho buggy was overturned and
smashed up, and tho occupants thrown
violently against tho ground. Mrs.
Long received serious injurios, which
woro at first thought to bo fatal. Edgar,
tho son, got off with n fow bruisos.
New Cigar Factory.
Mr Waller S. Elgin has gono to
Chicago whore ho will purchaso a stock
of material preparatory lo tho establishment
of a cigar factory on Sovonth
street at onco. Tho plant will bo
kuown as tho Elgin Cigar Factory and
will givo omploymout to a dozon or
moro men on tho start. Exorioncod
men will oporalo tho concern and tho
goods turned out will bo placed on
both tho local aud foreign markets.
Mr. Elgin will placo sufficient capital
in tho busiuoss to carry n lnrgo
stock of goods and will bo in a position
to competo with any of tho various
cigar Manufactories of tho South.
Mr. Elgin is n good business man
and tho success ol tho concern is assured.
Tho salos of tobacco this wcok wero
considerably lighter than last wook,
only two hundred and twenty hogsheads
going 'off. Only tho local
Board of buyers attended and tho
largo purchases of last wook suppliod
noarly all orders on hand, which
necessarily limitod tho ordors this
week. Good tobacco hold its own
pretty well, a number of hogsheads
ranging from $9 to $11. On tho commoner
grados tho prices woro slightly
lower. Quotations show tho salos
both lighter and easier. Receipts for
tho weok ending Wodnosday, Juno 1,
amount to 2S5 hhds. Receipts for
year 0,079 hhds. Salos for tho yoar
That Famous Plow Case.
Tho famous "Plow Cato" was do-
cided by Judgo McPhorson Saturday
in favor of tho plaintiffs. This caso
woo n suit by J. J. Van Cloave, W. II. I
Campbell and othore lo rocovor tholr
notes given to n tnrm namod Etheridgo
for a patent plow right. About $1,-100
of thoso notes, In $100 shares, woro
givon by n numbor of tho best
fanners in tho county. Etheridgo
sold tho notes lo Elbridgo Coyco. It
was aftorwards dovolopcd that several
parties got thnir Bhnros free, being
tnkou in to mako up $2,000 for tho
Stalo right transferred. Thoso who
gnvo notes resisted their payment
on tho ground that thoy wcroobtalnod
by fraudulent representations, as thoy
supposed all tho mou whoso names
woro used woro really in tho schomo as
thoy woro. Tho court ordorod tho
notes lo l returned to thoir slgnors.
Tho plnintilfs aro jubilant over their
victory. Mr. Cnyco has recourso on
Etheridgo. Clark & IIowoll
soutod tho plaintiffs.
Sales by Nolson St Dabnoy of 40
hhds. as follows;
SO " lowloaf$100to0 25,
10 " good leaf $750, 750, 8 00,
7 00,8 00,7 90,8 25, 900, 900, 900.
Hanbery fc Shryor sold 19 hhds this
wook, as follows:
10 hhds. common to medium loaf,
$7 50 to $5 SO.
9 hhds. lugs $5 69 to $3 35.
Sales by Gaithor & Wost ot CO
hhds. as follows:
12 hhds. Medium Loaf 750 7 00
0 CO, 060, 7 40, 0 75, G CO, 0 50, 7 40,
8 00,0 75,7 25.
8 L hhds. Common Loaf 5 80, 500,
6 25,5 00,5 70, 0 00,5 50, 0 25,0 10,
6 50, 6 GO, 5 70. 5 25, 5 10, 5 75, 5 90,
o 80, G 40, (1 10, 5 25, 5 90, 5 50, 6 00,
610,5 00,0 00,0 80,0 00, 5 76, 0 00,
H hhds. Lugs 8 90, 8 10, 8 90, 8 10,
4 00, 1 80, 4 80, 4 75, 2 85, 8 80, 3 59,
1 00, 4 00, 4 00, 8 85, 4 25, 4 90,
Mnrkot irregular aud lowor on all
1'urnltlietl ij (0 lover &
Sales on our iuuikot for tho wook
lust closocl amount to 3.593 hhds, with
receipts for tho same period of 8,080
hhds. Salos on our mnrkot since Jan
uary 1st amount to 77,053 hhds. Snlos
ol tlio crop ot loui on our iniuiioi
Ihlfl (lute nmount to G5.252 hhds.
Tho offerings of dark tobacco havo
boon lnriror thnu usual this weok nud
whilo prices for common lugs havo
ruled onsior tho mnrkot Is Jinn and
actiyo for all grades clausing abovo
a common lug, Soma rocout snlos of
dark leaf havo boon mado as high as
$10.00 round In small lots. Tho bulk
of tho sulos of leaf havo been at prices
ruugiug from $0.00 to 7.50 por 100.
Somo progress has boon mado in
sotting tho now crop; In somo localities
a consldorabla er cent, of tho
crop is on the hill whilo iu othor quarters
only a modornto stmt has boon
mado. Tho followlug quotations fairly
roprosont our market for dark
Trash $1.50 to 3 00.
Common to medium lugs ?3 00 to
Dark rich lugs extra quality $5 00
to 0 00.
Common leaf $5 00 to 0 00.
Medium to good leaf $i! 00 lo 7 50.
Wrappery styles 7 DO Jo 10 00J
William Powell, col., same, sauio.
Tho Paducali standard saysi "A
fow days ago workmou woio engaged
to do soma work at tho grave of Hon,
LIuu Boyd, In tho comotory Iti this
city, In readjusting and'rescttlng tho
headstone, It was noccssary to oxca
vnto dowu lo tho coffin top. Having
gono thus far it was propowd to
tho picco that covers tho tipper
portion of tho body, leaving nothing
but n ploco of glass bolwoon thorn and
tho features of tho groat statostnau.
Tho hoad was In a porfoct stnto of
porsorvntlon, aud tho countcnanco
wasllfoliko. It is somo
yoars sluco tho gront statesman was
Ex-Governor Robt. L. Taylor, of
Tonuossco, dolivorod his humorous
locluro on "Tho Fiddlo and tho Bow"
at tho Onoro Houso Monday night lo
an oxcollont houso in spite of draw
backs In tho woathor and In other
meetings in tho city to conflict. Gov.
Toylor osalocturorisa success, Ho
entertains his audionco nnd It is not
every lecturer who docs as much. Ho
makes no especial effort lo odify, but
rathor prefers to atnuso by discussing
tho customs of tho rural dis
tricts, as ho is reminded of tho past by
tho "musio of his bow." For on hour
nud n hnlf ho kept his audionco laugh
ing and If his address failod to satisfy
a singlo ono ot his hearers, wo havo
been unablo to find it out.
Tho 0. V. Railroad Co. is now lay
lug track In Mason's Hold, two milos
this sido of Gracoy. Thoy havo put
on n machlno capable of laying a milo
a day, but as tho bridges aro not ready,
tho track-laying is not being pushed
vory rapidly. Tho dopot grounds horo
ore noarly ready for tho ties, Tho
passcngor dopot will bo at tho foot of
Ninth street and tho freight depot on
Sovonth street, j
Tho Stalo Teachers' Association will
meet nt Paducah Juno 23 to 80. Tho
railroads will givo half rates and tho
Paducah hotels will givo Undelegates
greatly roducod rates. Tho now Pal
rnor House will bo hoadquarters for
tho association and has reduced its
rates to S1.50 and $2.00 n day. Froo
ontertaiumont in private families will
bo offered thoso who want it.
South Kentucky Collogo announces
tho following program for
wook: Semiannual oxmnlnations
Juno 2 to 7. Commencement sermon
Juno 5, at 8 p. m, at tho Christiau
church, by Rov. Jas. Vornon,
by. Art Lovoo and rocelption Juno
7, 8 to 11 p. m. Graduating exorcises
Juuo 9, 8 to 10 p. m. at Holland's
Wick Willis.'col., was lyuchod by a
mob at Campbollsvillo, Kentucky., in
Adair county, Monday night for on
attempted outrngo upon Miss Dice,
a young whilo woman. Tho mob
consisted of only six mon nnd the
jailor gavo up tho prisioncr without
UopkinsvilloJiigli School will closo
a successful session with
at tho acadomy This finishes
tho 19th, yoar of tho school under
Mni. J. O. Ferroll's control nnd its
continuod prosperity is n high
uial to tho popularity nnd officioncy
of Mnj. Forrell ns nn instructor.
For authentic information in regard
to Wntter A. Wood Machines nsk
such farmers as Jns, A. Coleman, Dr
J, D, Clardy and othors who havo
usod thorn. Mr. M. B. King Is local
agent for this machino. Office Ninth
street, noxt door this ofllco.
Thoro havo boon about 80
as tho result of tho Presbyterian
revival. Tho mooting is still increasing
iu interest under tho nblo preaching
of Dr. McElroy.
Tho HopkinsvlUo Broom manufacturing
Company havo leased tho old
Ico Factory building on Sovonth
street and will movo thoir machinery
and stock nt once.
Mr. O. It. Adams, of Bovorly, has u
young turkey Willi lour legs, lour
wlnirs, four oyos nnd two bills, all well
Charlie Nourse, a son of Dr. W. L.
Nourse, who is off at school, has an
nouncod his intention of studying for
. iiotogritptu of CiIiiiIiirW.
From timo to timo wo hear of the
cUflleultivs encountered In tho way of
taldng portraits of criminals, nnd tho
other day a picture wai printed showing
a warden forcing an ohstlnnte prisoner's
raco out of tho absurd contortion
ho had assumed to prevent a eorruct
likeness of himself finding Us way Into
tho rogues' gallery. This Is mistaken
policy, for a portrait tnlcen under such
conditions can pot givo tho correct expression,
nnd without this n likeness is
o't littlo value. Ilesidcs this a tihrawd
enn jnlnlmUo Ihe danger of
J,iioner by Screwing up hN
features ut what Is sometimes called the
fatal moment, Tho proier courM) In
tlicso modern times of instantaneous
photojrrnphy would bo to tnho a Bnnp
shot whilo tho prisoner was oft his
guard. This could bo done without
great waste of time, for even tho
shrewdest criminal could not keep forever
on tho alort for tho dreaded pho
tographer, whilo the ploturo would l
twlca as yaluablo beeausoof Its very
uaturnlnoss. Chicago Moll,
Tho fact tliat longevity is herodltftry
Is well Illustrated In the family of Mrs.
Knruh Van Nostrand. of East Jllllstona,
N, J. Sho celebrated her one hundred
and third birthday last September, nnd
of her olirhl cidldrca sue aro living,
Thcrp has been no death aiuopg UV
cnuurcu lor HtBiyanjw
To Cleanse The System.
Effectually yet gontly. wheu costivo
ot bilious or wheu tho blood is lupuru
or sluggish, to twrmnuontly euro
habitual constipation, to nwnkun tho
kldnoys and liver to n healthy activity,
without Irritating or woakoning them,
to dispel hcadachos, colds or foyors,
uw Syrup ol figs.
Big Cut in
This is a opportunity to Supply yourself.
Prices Talk Here".
A out in Dress Goods.
4oQ h k11"11 Hc'l'onl Conl,
carlr price rnKie.
PPIr ,or nil wool nillngllcnipls
uollr worth Wc.
QOr 'w all wool (IpimniillcniU Us
2QQ ,or "'nc1' n Silk Surah worth l(V,
15 uoich Ladlo' Ualbrlirirnn Hoio lto Qlrt
qiuilif , go now at OaU
Ladles' ft kltrk llilo llono worth lOo Q1 n
nocm, ilon't imut or faJc, fii'xLt
ChlMrcn's cainlo coloreil Jloo, 1 On
worth JSc, goat JLUU
Don't miss this llargaln.
Large Hock Towel at ipl.
i:xlra largo Llnca To irctaonlr OCn
Wlmlwr thailct on iprtng roller,
0 feet long, (or 25c
llett qunllljr Cloth ihailcs. 60c
7 icei long ioi'
We can taxe you from 11.00 to (LOO on a trunk
Black plaid Organdies Qn
Black Satin atrlpo Organdlca pf)p
Blark Imiwrtcil Organdlca Of)p
ssaZlk.. JSml JuLj AJ&H -
w ?t r
ftf Wm IW1
May Arrests. '
Violating Sabbath l -
lnuocent expo3uro ol person l
Potit larcony 1
Fast driving 1
tVssauIt..... . .. 11
Jumping on moving train I
0. o.d.w. w 1
Shooting in city limits 21
lUSUlllllg lauguag0....,. 2 " '" ,' iiBuiv umiiur, on my
Throwing rock through car 2 mrm siluntod on tho Church Hill
Obscono langungo ... 'J and Anwstond road, it lot of corn-Perjury
,."! 2 hiuod inures and goldings. Tho
Disortforfv "conduct. .'1 carfs hnvo colts nt foot and havo
Broach ot Poaco . 15
Drunkonnoss .... .... i.1
J. Son Fbitz,
Chief of Polico,
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion
The Ohio Valley R, R
Is Coming, But
We Are Here
To save you money on
Call and sco.
I. A. Yost & Co.
Sco Thos. P. Brown if you wish n
first class Job In Monumontal work,
FARM FOR SALE.
Two nnd a half miles from
woll improved, goal dwelling, nnd outhouses.
Por furthor Information np
ply 1 to ItlTTER BROS.,
A lull lino and splendid stock of
afmuiliorrr. rastiberrv nnd othor
small fruit plants for salo, Quality,
Mas, Alice 8, IIahoocv,
ofr, Cnsky, Ky.
New Lace CurtainB.
25 I'Mrnt I.nro
WE $1.00 a pr.
21 imlr IJice
JrTO 1.15 a pr.
('main IVIcn, lrM dilute, wHlietcijr
pnlrufrnrlitlni houRtit hriv,
Closing out of Em
. will clono the entire lot out at SO ri nU on Ilia
lien's Snfpcnclcra worth IS, M, cholco Kc, lOo
lien's coloiTd Sox, worth ISr, 9o.
go nor at
llilnrcn Men's I albrlggnn Hox, worth 19c
Jfen's Neckwear nt your own prico.
All Silk Mills only 1 Qq
Kitra quality 811k Milt worth M.IK). OCSrt
BV, rholre r&vO
Ijtilles' Mnck (llnvca that old Ofln cliolro
st toe, go now at &Ut
Soap and perfumery.
We ran gUeJou miiho genuine Imrgalns In
ihUllnu. Ilrtt quality icrfuine ami tnllct
MnpJ5 per cent, cheaper than can I bought
ISO lioxca wilting paer and cnrelnpct only
jOc a box.
Carpets and rugs.
we sie showing the most complete lino of
lluga, Oil Cloth., In the
cltr. talk In tbla department.
look t IllS
o r TT1 JUL
a nos. i.. jirown is certainly selling
(;lSant monumontal work at low
On Junn 11 (2nd Saturday) I will
;," ' r'' Snlo will communco
lit 2 O clock p. m. I lermH of sale (1
montlis without interest.
B. D. MOO UK,
P. O.j Church Hill, Ky.
Tho First Nationnl Bank has
nu account called "Tho Columbian
Exposition Puud," nnd proposes a
jilou by which most any body may bo
nblo to attend tho groat fair in 1693.
Particulars on npplicaliou.
Notwithstanding Thos. P. Browu's
full stock in Granite and Marble, wo
iind him receiving material daily.
Everything at Cost!
From now nud until tho ovonlng of
lOthdoy of Juuoyou ran buy anything
in my houso at not cost
I have too many goods and must
rodiieo my slock at ouco. Brlngyour
monoy and got good honest goods at
cost. Splondid Una of Clothing in
tnodium and light weights, largo and
small slzos. Pino assortmout of
Shoes, Hosiery, Hats
and Staple Dry Goods.
Everything goos for ton days. Como
In mid if you know cheap goods you
will certainly buy. Too many goods
Is my reason for this movo.and I mean
exactly what I say. fully,
CEO. W. CENTER.
Hopkiiisviilo, Ky., May 27, 'l2.
All the newest and
latest styles in Shirt
Studs, Neok Chains
and gold Hairpins at
T. Or. YATES',
Ifyoti want to see the Inruost, cheap.
rst nud moat coinplolo stock o.'SABU.
noons. ULiNDS. i,UiMi:it'
HAItWAltlC, PAINTS, 01LS
GLASS, Ktc. call on
FomiK8 & uno.
If you want TIN WHJFINU or
ourrEitiNn, or oafa'Anizki)
mil on. FOKIircSK into.
If you wnnltobny tho beit PLOWS.
iiAnnows.couN diiills, coun
If you want to bco tho NEW DEER-INQ
FOLDINO I1INDEU, tho latest
thing out. Docs not require trucks,
call on FOU1IES & UltO.
For tho Improved DEIHIING
and host quality HINDER
TwIno,call on FOItllES Ss UKO.
"Homestead" and "Horse Shoo"
TONACCO GUOWEU. host on tho
market; guaranteed niialysls; buy no
other.. For salo by
FOU11ES & UUO.
BUY THE BEMIS TOBACCO PLANTER.
FORBES & BRO.
Having determined to reduce my
large stock of Dry Goods, Notions,
&c., I will for the next thirty days
cut the prices on everything in
my house. This is no bluff, I
mean just what I say. I quote
no prices, for my goods aro all
marked in plain figures and you
can see for yourself. I will invite
you most cordially to wive mo
a call beforo you buy.
T. IkdL J"02STES.
In addition to my
elegant line of Millinery
goods on hand, I
am the sole agent for
The ladies are invited
to call and inspect.
Mrs. Ada C. Layne,
0VI3R METZ' STOHK.
If anybody claims to havo a bettor
bludur or mowor than tho Buckuyo,
ivmoinbor that wo staud ready to go
Into a Hold trial with any or all of
thorn. J, B. Walker, Agent,
For fliio IJUGOIESshop inndo and
eastern made, Hoad Carts, Flno
of nil grades, largo acd complete
stock, don't full to call on
FOIIHES Ss DUO.
"Gllddoit" WntK,ncstnnd chcapcsl
who on tho market, :KK),000 lb, ooltl
tho past Iwolvo months In Christian
county ; 10 rhcapcr than any other
Ironu the For unlo liy
FOUIIES & 111:0.
"Ilelsof" Kock Salt, only ?1.00 ir
hiiiitlrcd pounds. Every fnrmcrshonld
havo rock salt In his pasturo. It prevents
slock from dying with clover
bloat. Try It at once. For ralo bj .
(lArntn.ltrt'f CIAMt 1.rtAJ l.t
money and skilled mechanics can
and at tho pclco of common cant
Iron. Warantcd In ovory particular.
For sale by FOUIIES Ss UUO.
If you want to buy a wagon,
tho "Excelsior" Wagon,
or tho "Mogul" Farm wngou, Is mado
of strictly 11 rst class material and war-anted
iu every respect. Don't fall lo
call and see our wagons beforo vt
buy. Thoy aro tho cheapest on :,io
market. FOUIIES &l)ltO.
L, L. & T. E. ELGIN,
ii i -
""' Unmatnvnil V
land China Hogs.
Onlr llio lMt InOlTMunU ah' a,, mil all
Puro nnd carefully 'firwl stock.
to conwper Jfi. All eggsdatwl
uim (iimriuuim irUHll mid num.
Orders I y mail promptly mm- to.
C. M, MtvciMu.
anil VVIil.ky Ilnl,.
uui iiatn. Il)k nt i.ar.
Itlculara avnt FIIKK.
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