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f BUSHED ll'KDAT ASD IRIMI M.MNSS,
BDB30BITI1OH $2 A TCAB IN ADVANOE
locaU t eonle porllne each Inacrtlon. llatca
for aiandlng adTcrtUemcnli furnlilicil on application.
OBce 18 aid 20 Hloti Strut.
FJtIDAY, JUNE 10,
Wc arc nulborlicd to announce.
rnn.ltilnlo forllio oftlccciftlrcnltCoiirt Clerk,
mlijcct to tbo action of the lcimirrnlle pnrtj
Last Chance to Heglster.
Tlio nnuudl registration of volors
In Christlnu county nill lo rosumod
today, nml today nnd tomorrow
will l tho lrwt tlnys to rrgmtor for Iho
county oloctlon, unleaa fliekuoss or
nbsouco from tbo county proventa.
Somolhiug rooro Ihnn holt of tho
votohaa boon registered, but many
havo so far negloctod this plain duty.
Democrats especially havo boon especially
caroloas, dOO In tho four city
precincta having failed to obtain certificates
last week. Of course most of
theso only uoed to havo thoir nttontion
called to tho matter, as thoy fully
understand tbo importanco of registering.
Tho colored voto has been about
nil registered, as tho Ropublicnns
usually voto as early, and eomotimes
as often as possible whero thoro is
no registration law.
Every Domocrat Bhould boar in
mind that elections in Christian county
soniotimos turn upon ono voto and
tho failure to qualify himsolf to rote
now will doprivo tho voter of tho
privilego of taking part in tho November
Information has como to hand that
no registration was hold at Union
School Houso, through tho negligenco
ot tho officers. Judgo Morrow has
given tho matter attention, nnd tho
books will bo opon to-day and tomorrow.
Now officers will bo appointed
if tho old onos refuse to act.
Bvwvvotjp will havo on opportunity
lpHJSU&T and should avail himsolf of
rresident L. L. Tolk, of tho
Alliance, is thought to bo dying
In Washington, of heart failure
Sam Gaines Is getting in somoof his
old-time work In tho editorial columns
of tho Covington Commonwealth.
Otvonsboro is to havo a drunk-cure
institute, a company having been in
corporotod with a capital Btock of $5,-
Tho official report of tho recent
mino disaster in Austria puts tho
number of doaths at 832. Of the
bodies 28 havo not boon recovered.
McKiuloy, who was chosen as a com
proiniso candidato for 1'ormauont
Chairman, is now outspoken for Har
rison,and tho Blaino men realizo that
thoy woro caught napping.
" A meeting of tho Domocrntio Com
mitteo of tho Second District has bcon
called for noxt Monday, at
son. Tho timo and method of nomi
nating n candidato for Congress will
A HORRIBLE WRECK.
Two Trains Crash Into Each Other
j Near Central City On Tho O. &.
N,, Killing Five Persons
'.' And Wounding
Tho worst wreck that ovor occurred
.. on tho Owensboro and Nashvillo rail-
VM. Iml intlr miln linlnnt Cm till
ii ' WU VWX JtUW UUU U1I1U UU1UII WUUiU
. ' Carrollton, at tho mouth of n doop
cut, last Sunday morning nt about
9:30 o'clock. Tho causo of tho wreck
is said to havo boon duo to tho now
being wrongly read and
thoroby misundorstood. Sunday
morning a train left Owonsboro for
Russollvillo carryiug a colorod excursion
party. About tho samo timo tho
regular passenger train loft
Tho conductors and engiuoors of
both trains woro supplied with a now
time card that wont into offoet at 7 p,
to. Sunday. Tho crow of Iho
fiwo train rood the cord w going into
cJEut'otY a. iu,, whon in lad tho
chaViao'uoiiLirHo offect In tho ovouing.
As result of this tho throttlo of
bjpraWginos woro thrown opon, each
engineer thinking ho luid o clear
Whon tbo ougiuoors saw the iov
ponding dangor tho regular passon
gor train was stopped, but tho excur
eion train was vory heavy and hard to
inauugo mid could not bo stopped bo
fore it had crashed into tho regular
truin demolishing both ongiuou and
four cars. Fivomon, ono whito and
four colorod, woro killed and
iorsonn worowoundod, somo of
them vory badly. Hugh Barclay, of
Rttssollvillo, fireman on tho excursion
train was ono of tho killed. Tho oth
era killod woro all colored. Tho oth
or train men jumpod and thus saved
thoir lives, Tho loss of tho railroad
company on rolling stock doalroyod
will reach $100,000.
Thol. W.Harpor whlbkoy should
bo on every sideboard.
, Tlio I, "W, Harper nltlskoy should
jbo In every Medlcluo chest,
' Tho I, W. Harper whUkoy hliuuUI
'?TlicJ. W. Harpor whiskey should
WVinl all of this becaubo it Ii tho
prliico of whiskies. Tho Ideal
article Sold by J. IV. Suilth,
nnd W, R.Long, IlopkJnsvlllc, ICy.
DARK HORSE TALK.
Hnrrison nntl lllnliio Still
A Few Votes.
Said To Jlold Tlio
ntico of rower.
Ballot To-Day Expected.
Republican Convention was
organized lomiorurl!y Tuesday by Iho
oloctiou of J Sloal Fassott, a Blnitio
partisan, Chalrmann, Fassott
and Rood orated nud tho Convention
adjourned till Wednesday morning,
the comnultes'J ontoring tiK)n thoir
Wodnesday tho commitleo ou
I'erinnnont Organization rcporloil
Wm. McKiuloy for Chairman nnd ho
was oceordingly elected by acclama
Tho second day of tlio convention
opemod quito as gloomy as tho first.
Tho heavy roin which fell olmost nil
night loft tho streets gloomy and unpleasant.
At 9 o'clock not a shout had boon
beard in tno uotol corridor, nnu not a
baud had paraded tho streets. Ovor
tho desk of Iho West Hotel Tuosday
morning was a colossal portrait of
Benjamin Harrison, A twin picture
of James Q, Blaino hung bosido
it Wodnosday morning. Tho follow-ors
of tho Maino man aro not to bo
outdone In any particular by tho Harrison
Tho fraternal association of tho
two portraits, however, doos not represent
tho feoliug betwoon tho two factions.
A great deal of bitterness was
created in tho two days. It was a
matter of remark before that tho
frionds of tho two candidates showed
only a ploasant rivalry in their efforts
to control tho convention. Tho load-ors
of both Bides usod orory elTort to
prevent ill-feeling. Almost tho first
question which Gov. McKinloy oskod
of a Toprosontatlvo of tho United Prose
who interviewed him on his arrival in
Minneapolis was, "la thoro ouy bad
blood t" Ho seemed relieved when ho
was assured that at that timo tho sur
fnco indications Boomed tp indicate tho
best of fooling. Thoro was an earnest
rivalry, but oven when delegations
wore divided, except where they woro
divided on tho lines of old established
local tactions, thoro was littlo or no
All this has changod. The charges
mado against each other by tho ropro
sentativos of tho two candidates, and
tho strugglo to control tho doubtful
voto, have mado much trouble, and
tho party is split wido opon.
Even tho colored men high in party
councils say that there is only ono way
to heal tho breach by the solection
of a compromieo candidato. This fooling
is what haa givon strength to tho
McKinloy boom in tho last two days
and has started several other Bimilar
But it is not as nn opponent of
Gon. Harrison that Mr. McKinloy is
discussed. His name is mentioned at
tho head of tho list of compromises
possiblo if Gon. Harrison's frionds do
cido at auy timo to withdraw his namo
in favor of any ono olso. Thoro is no
doubt, however, that a number of
votos will bo cast for Major McKin
loy on Ihe first ballot, in spito of his
aloer's weak doom.
Tho woakost of tho booms is that
of Gon. Algor. Tho Michigan mou
aro having tho greatest difficulty hold
ing tho delegation togothor. Thoy
roalizo that tho compliment intendod
to him will fall flat if tho solid Michi
gan delegation does not voto for him
ou tho first ballot.
This tho Harrison mnu nro trying
to provont, behoving that thoir hopo
lies in a straight voto betwoon the
chiof candidates taken as oarly as it is
possiblo. Thoy havo been working
with tho Michigan men and this morn
Ing thoro is again somo discussion of
tho possibility that some of them will
voto for Harrison on tho first ballot
and that Mr. Algor a namo will not
bo presented to tho convention,
Nothing was done Wodnesday.
Tho Credentials Committoo was not
ready to report nnd thoro was another
adjournment until 11 o'clock
doy. Iho Credentials Qommiltoo In
coutrollod'by tho Blaino mon and bos
tho bottlemout of CO oontostal votoa.
This fact is causing tho Harrison mou
much uncasinosa. I'orakor is Chair-
man of tho CommlUeo on Resolutions,
nnd this rejwrt wim exported
Minneapolis, Juno 8, Tho talk
lato to-night Is moro docidedly to
ward a dark house than ovor, Tho
auununcod accessions to the Blaino
strength during tho day, although
not uumorous, havo served a purposo
increntlug nsontiinont that tho raco
between Gou. Harrison nud tho Ex
Secretary of Stato will bosoclosoas
to mnko tho nomination of eithor
an impossibility. This Is of courso
not couooded by loadors but tho rank
and filo of both olomonta, tho mon
who havo tho votos In tho convention
aro doiug a good doal of talking, opon
or quiot, coucornlug tho probability
that n compromise candidato will bo
como noeossary. Mnj. MoKinloy'a
namo is still tho ono most gouornlly
mentlouod in thin connection, while
Heed nud Senator Allison
havo many fnoiuls.
Tho sookor ufter accurate Informa
tlou ns to tho relative Btauding of
thoso two caudldntos is compollod to
discard as extravagant and quito misleading
tho figures Issuod froui tho
headquarters of oach, and a careful
analysis of (ho oxproasod proferouco
of all tho delegations, together with a
classification of tho uncommitted delegations,
show that tho two loading
candidates nro oach "from
to fifty votos short of tho nomination.
Tho balance of oiver, If n ballot
had been taken to-day, would havo
boon found to havo rested with Gen,
Russell A. Algor, of Michigan, who
would hato certainly received from
ton to sixty votes, and then prevent
ed either of the two loading candidates
from recoivtng tho requisite number
"It all dojwuds upon tho result of
tho contested delegation ," nld Senator
Quay to n reporter for tho United
Press at 1 o'clock yesterday morning.
Ho had boon nskod for tho dotalls of
n conference of tho Blaino loaders,
which had leon hold during Iho night
inbonator Wulcolfa room. There
were present besides the host nnd Mr.
Quay, Messrs. Clarkson, Piatt aud
others who nro prominent In tho
Blaino ranks. Dotalls woro rofusod,
but tho Senator said tho figures had
boon gono ovor' carefully nud thoro
were 483 for Blaino. And thon ho
made tho remark quoted abovo.
"How many votos aro involved In
tho contest, Sonator Quay!"
"I havo forgotten tho exact figures
40 or 50, probably enough to settlo
tho mattor If thoy all go ono way."
To o friend Mr. Quay is rowrted to
havo said that ho behoved tho Com
mitteo on Credentials would dispose
of tho cased before it bo us to bo nblo
to moko a report to-morrow. Ho also
oxprossod tho beliof that a ballot for
President would bo reached before
adjournment to-morrow. Ho furthor
remarked that there would bo no do-
lay of proceedings, boliovlng that tho
better coureo to tho attainment of
their object lay in pressing an early
conclusion of tho mattor.
THE LATEST RUMOR.
MiNSSEiroLts, Jc.ne 9. 1:30 a.m.
At 1:30 this morning
who had boon hastily summoned to
Colorado hoadquarters immediately
after thondjourpmont of tho committee
em Roeolirtinus is in conferenoo
with CSyiirmati Clarksou, Senators
Toller audVolcoH, J. Sloat Voesott
and others of tho anti-administration
leaders. Among tho c wild rumors
afloat is Uiat in tho ovont of tho probable
defeat of Blaino a compromise
candidato in tho person of McKinloy,
Allison or Sherman is to bo sprung
ou tho first ballot.
A MUUT SESSION.
Minneapolis, Juno 9, 12:30 p. m.
uonvention till a p. m.,
whon Credentials Committoo will bo
ready to report.
SIOO Reward. SI OO.
Tho roadors of tho Kentcckian will
bo pleased to learn that thoro is at
least ono dreaded disease that scionco
has been ablo to euro in all its stages,
and tnat is (Jatarrh. ii nil's (Jalarrh
Uuro is tno only positivo cure now
known to tho modicul fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional diseaso,
requires n constitutional treatmeut.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the fivstom.
thereby destroying tho foundation of
tho disoaso, and giving the pationt
strength by building Up tlio constitu
tion and assisting nature iu doing its
work. Tho proprietors Jiavo bO much
faith in its curntivo powers, that thoy
offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any
case it fails to cure. Send for list of
Address, F. J. Ciienet & Co.,
JSTSoid by Druggists, 76c.
SWEET GIRL GRADUATE8.
FIVE YOUNG LADIES RECEIVE
THEIR DIPLOMAS BETHEL
The President's Levee Wednesday
Tho commoncomont oxorcisos of
Bethel Fomolo oxorcises havo boon
hold nnd tbo session, has closed.
Fivo young ladies havo finished thoir
school days and tho future Is bright
Tho week's exorcises as outliuod in
our last issue woro carried out pleas
antly and Bucooasully.
The commencement propor wna
bold at Opera Houso Tuosday
night Tho program ons!etI of
music, vocal nnd InetrumeutaL, firod'
untingrocitatlous and tho formal pro
sontation of diplomas.
There woro fivo graduatos, vizi Miss
Georgia Flack, Miss Mary Flack,
Miss Fanny Bust, Miss Stolla Dick
and Misa May Ititchio, of Auburn.
It was nn oxcoplioually pretty
class and tho young ladlos nover
looked moro charming than ou this
occasion, mora important to thon)
than any othor savo ono when thoy
will add a vail to thoir costumeT
A largo, a cultured and an approcia
tivo audlonco was presont and tho
evening's exorcises woro Hucconsful to
a marked dogroo. All of tho young
ladles acqultlod thoniBolvea creditably
and received tho uustintod applausa
of thoir dolightod friends.
Wodnosday nftomoon tho nrt reception
at tho Collego aitractod a largo
uumbor of visitors and this oxcorclso
was concluded by tho planting of n
trooonlho lawn by tho graduating
Wodnosday ovonlng tho social feature
of the wook'ti oxorcisos tho
dout's lovoo was onjoyod by tho pub-
Ho, more especially tho young folks,
who woro out in foico. It was a fit
ting close to n weok of ploasant
Its youthful oolor,
fullnosB, nntl beauty,
dress It dally
Ayer's Hair Vigor
It cleanses tho
scalp, euros humors,
and stimulates a
Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co.
c. ii. hitman, kt., kditou
Old. Fogy Wakes Up.
Kind reader did you over dream of
being rammed into the farthest extremity
of a hollow log with a muscular
and dotormined follow at tho othor
ond of a polo, and thon wako up and
feel uncomfortablo. If you havo you
begin to wrap your kind sympathy all
around this "Old Fogy" for coming in
contact with that "Smart Alex" of
progrossivo idoas, boo-gum hat and
all around dude.
But whon ono crawls out of that
log ho begins to feel around for n fow
looso stones to Bhy at tho muscular
man ns a moon rovonge, oven boforo
ho has timo to olougate his legs or
arnica his bruises.
Now I started out with a war on
theso progrossivo idoas, in
teaching in our schools ond though
slightly disfigured I am not convinced
yot that thoso progrossivo ideas are
not progressive humbugs.
And ono of tho most patent onos to
my mind is tho manual training system
that theso so-called progressiAo
teachers aro trying to inaugurate In
tho high schools.
Fancy a boy going to a high school
that never intends to push a jock
plane, or U60 n rip saw, or drivo a
chisel, taking logons from another
man that know-s nothing about it
only from theory. That practical ex-
porienoo o as ptrango to htm in intrv
ualtralrring as a sober man at a.
shooting match. Tbo next rnovo
no doubt will bo tho progrossivo Ideas
will establish a Echool to learn boys
to cut sassafras sprouts and clear tho
briars from tho fenco corners. Tho
way to learn our young mon to work
is to encoutogo them by paying thorn
for what thoy do, in place of using
that manual system and charging
them for it. Young mon should be
encouraged to work not as a theory,
but for their personal and practical
good. Stimubto them by remunera
tion and fair wages. Pay them
promptly and they will get moro good
solid lessons than all the theoretical
humbugs can impart. Them's my
sontimonta. Old Foot.
Vo cannot ngrco with our friend
nnd worthy fellow-teacher, Mr. Rob;
inson, in his suggestion as regards tho
oloctiou of a number of our teachers
to interost the rest. Wo feel confident
that there aro enough toachors
in this county who havo love for tho
causa mat win prompt mem ui Klvu
thoir efforts and work for tho common
(rood of tho institute. Now. wo favor
this plan, not bocauso wo think it will
improvo our institutes. They havo
not "boen a waste of timo heretofore"
except to that class of toachors who
"Know it all." e aro wining to co
all we can for tho success of tho in
stitute, nnd will gladly pay our dollar
and a half, too, knowing that by bo
dointr wo aro holpiuc to purchase a
library which wo cannot secure by any
Both tho method nnd results when
Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant
and refreshing to 'lit '.aste, and acta
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, deaths tho system
effectually, dispel? colds, head-aches
and foyers aiH '.muvs habitual
constipation. Byruy if Figs b tho
only remedy of its kind over produced,
pleasing to th tatto and ao
ccphtble to tho stomach, prompt in
its actum and trnly beneficial in IU
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and agreeable eulvtanccs, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made It tha most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of l'igs it ibi sale In GOo
and $1 bottles dv all leading druggists.
Any rellnblo druggist who
may not havo it or. hand will procure
it promptly foi iny one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP CO.
SAM fftAHVIZOO. CAL
lOUlSHHC Kt. MUr TOM. H.r.
Unless about tou thousand mou,
nialuly professional mon, Lawyers,
DoctnrR, Editors, Prouchors and all
clasu.i, Including tho writor, nro
vory much mlntakon, tho Eloclropolsa
offocls euros, nud givcw rollof, whoro
all othor known roinedios hare fallod
Especially is It oflicacious iu tho case
of dollcato women aud feoblo children
I havo used one of the standard Eloc-
tropoiso over two yeard and find it In-
valuablo as a curatlro egout.
I(ev. ZtrarNUH Meek, V, D,
Editor of Central Methoditt,
Du Bois & Webb,
I Hi nnd JolTorson Sta., Louhiylllo, Ky.
. . .
fn If) I IS BfeV "l0" tmd
A lino of the Unest Polioomen in the State on in this c ity, dressed
by the Mammoth Clothing & Rhoo Co.
Also a line of the finest SUMMER CLOTHING that, oan be
found on this market Also a few specialities at lower prices than
can bo bought for
FRIDAY, JUNE 10TH ONLY.
An elegant line of Men's Peroals Negligee Puff Bosoms. Full,
Dross Flannel shirts. The finest line of shirts in the qity, ctjl OQ If
worth from $1.75 to $2.50, Friday's pnops Sp A L
Men's Black Sattens, demetsand ohiveats, beautiful pat- OQn
terns worth 60o, for -
Boys Demot shirts worth 35o tor - 25C
Boys Knee Pants worth 35c for
Men's heavy blue sox worth lOo for -
Childreh's and boy's gray ribbed hose worth lOo for
And Commission Merohants and
VafpiiT and Aflw.
FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE, I
lear bli dUboneat aiore, lueloMi price In letter
and wa will H'ndky return mail l'rre, one
Lackaw, Hi!, I. una win pipaif, ,x win
rainunici III iiinui
turn, acniiMi i'urcii, a
TIIK WIIOII I'llKMIOAf. (XI .
131 Wixiilwaid afeniie. Detnilt, Moll
jrar8oli(ln lloi'lln.illle ami over wbcio by
It (WlMlILitu ItlllKgliU.
ih'i aim w ah iniHiiiiiio
I iruirylataor mall, Kuinnk
fre.. Addnu"i 1 K ISIS."
lWxils,Mon york uty.
and M'lil.ky llalr.
ml pain. Hook nf par.
tlesUra tent KllKK
FAIfiBASK 5 CO.,
Planters :-: Warehouse-
Tobacco t& Wheat Commission Merchants,
Trigg County, Ky..
S. W. OTNN fc CO., Proprietors.
rTlIIlS fumoua hculth and plcaiuro
loiml, tho oiliest In Western
inky, I situated on tno u. v. raiiroaii (loriiiony r. x i: i;i-
vUIonof the L. &X.) 11 lnllcn from Princeton, uud 10 miles from
Ilopkliisvlllo, aud l open the year round.
The Hotel accommodations are unsurpassed.
Sulphur and Chalybeate "Waters in Abundance.
Temperature of Sulphur Water W, degree, flowing from a bold and
never fulling Spring.
An Excellent String Band now on Hand.
Rates very reasonable and made known on
Addross tho proprietors,
Xt. 0. WIIEKLKR.
S. W. GUNN & CO., &SKM3
W. H. TAXO.V, lIooV.Keepor.
wwmm, mills & co.,
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Literal Ai1tbc on Conilgnmenti. All Tobacco Sent to in Corerol by Inturano
FOUU MONTHS FREE STORAGE.
IU rfal. .p!UlU.
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The Great JWm Resort 1832
SUMMIT HOUSE, Dawson, Hopkins Co., Ky.
Ttt Hotel lioltoitftt mi o KrtctoMtmi it a convenient. ll.Uncn to tho Sprlnii and
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THIS SUMMIT JI0U8E,
alio Yard andOroundt hairflUca groatl lmrnva.,and will baeonilactcd on a lint data rUn.
Uuo.IioftiiuHurainlton iltln their rooma and drink auyof Dawaoa'a ll( ilflnx water rraiti
undfrreuf cliurKB. Tbe montti. of May ami June offer maur abvautaeea to teron iltltlm
the 8prli. Liberal rauuctloni made to faralllca aud artlei of are or more, or r(e addreia
H. H. RAMSEY, Prop'r.
The (Irnut Kutll.li Iteutadr,
rniiiiidlr and ihii.
mani'iillr cnmali Uhmt
i of k'ennua Wcakuru,
I licit. Iinik'tuniijrauil all
pflVcUol bu u or
.over M yeaia In thou.
' aaiiu. ui i'jimj;i inuoniy
ltellable aud lionet tleillclna known Ak
UruKjUt for for Woo,'a l'lioilio.lliio! If b
offeit anuie worthleaa niodtdlno In place of Ihii,
CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.
A SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE
known for ID yaaro as tho BEST
REMEDY FOB PII.B8.
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12 dozen Men's fine sox in modes, blacks fanoy and 1 f)p
brown Brittish, worth 15o, 20o and 26c, for x
Boy's and Men's Seersuoker odd vests worth 26c, for.. 10c
24 pair Men's tan leather shoes, all solid worth $3.50 for $1,29
The aboye articles are great bargains and are well worth the
time of looking after. One day only at the
MAMMOTH CLOTniNG & SHOE CO.,
H ljxundryirnaidjs hope
, is SQAf
her tunc and her kbor,
leather clothes with a
than those of her
Pyo, Dickeus and Wall.
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UlnHllhor nlthout Jrler, furntidol Jf crnlfbl. SjxfUl rt In Corarofrr.'.
icn a ..hid un infl .uu cuutia.iiiu! iww 101 TtNim Rtuoininjr nitiK tv All 111 KtlUM
lUUbAl'IU 31'r.UAIiATTJUITIUM UIVK.N
T. 11. HANCOCK,
Lttocfllincock. lUUitim .1 Co.
Lata wild Ucrnilon A llnjor.
1IE C. nOTD,
anoocL Withers h Co.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Hancock Warehouse, T- RsAcN0CK'
MAIN STREET. FRONTINQ WHARF.
LIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS ON TOBACCO IN STORE.
HAN8ERY k nHRYER, Proprs.,
KA1MIOAI) ST., IIKTWKKN lill'll AND 11TM. UOI'KINSVll.LE, KY.
Special alleiillmi t'lvi'ii i !millii! ami Srlllmr all ToIfcco conIgned
Ki ii, Kour to planicr, Mbcral ailrancei on
In More. All Tobann linuritl mile" nlhorwlw Inatructed, at Iho rata
of centii pT lllul liirlht, llri xlxty ia)n, and twenty.rtvo 'ccilti
per inntiili thereafter. f3xiiiaiii'r. fur Icaiua ami Icaimtors.
CI.AKKSVII.LE, - TENN.,
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
I Alii A
W i BOOTOH, SWEDE
and the most desirable
AflerOycara'csiteilcnea wo feci confident thai
orders entrusted tout will bo executed la a tjtlllfal
and artistic manner.
None but the best material used
trUli, F. M. WHITLOW ! our Solicitor for work.
JOHN H. CREEN & CO.,
DEALERS JJV ' '
Farm Implements, Seeds
And General Hardware.
- 20G and 208 Main St.
PAR I fl AFl f riowCu,t,vtor8Corn Mantcm and Dlo Harrow
Unll LUAU J8t received, and wo urgoyour careful Iiujwctlon beforo
purchailng, promising low prlcos anil fair dealing to all, rich and poor.
"WE .kJSSIE SOLE
ortlioOllvorClilIlwiriowsaudcauMfcly say thoy havo downed every
competitor whorovcr trlotl. Guaranteed to ho tho uc.t ruuninir. lightest draft
aud Ijest conetructcd Chilled Plow on tho ftco of tlio earth
n,.iHIIw?liIW8O(Ml8!!aV0tl,0.,,ir0.all'o'' y impleraenti or. the
Sn i!l.iBc 1!r,"101' f?n,Vn l,ho vcry b0,t o'nwicrWftr the Jeait
monoy, Iiacamlnlng our Deere Hay Loader you will liko it.
In i0,? of u "8, a '' "'t wl 'lo sevon dlflercnt gride, of workand
all to tho point. Como and got ono at 110,00 and return It if not ai iruaran.
Also for John Dccro wood and iteol frame I)Io Harrow. ;
in cuuca to our wagons, tno uiuuebaicer being
bought ami closely sold,
aua carti, rhaitoua and
tho beat Sulky plow iu tha
STAR WIND ENGINES.
Our full tratlo altowa what Mill is in tho leaa
and for the slinnleat anil bait "Km'lnn in Dm mar.
1 -' i 4
lay l'rowci, aud
"Tho Flying Dutchman." All, olely y'
TTTpw nn kot buy the "Star." It la self govorulng and
Ca.iU8(i n(0if tolowor high wind, or even to a
A ftlll lltlA Of Ptllaa IT.Klna fl..... 11..1.
...... ....- . wu.i.i., ..unit., iiko,. jmv.il.
Bands, Ulitttl Urldloa, Buggy and Wagoii Harness ; In fact ovcrythinc a f arm
or needs, at prlcos that will ASTONISH YOU.
Qur Whoat and Scod Fun, tho l'lonoor, still loads and our sales show Its
GRAIN DRILLS. Vo defy competition in Drills and only mention tho
Low Down Buckeye, the lloos or and the Farmnr'a Fnvorifn tn i0,. !
ales. SLIvDKRB, A full llnoof hand scodors, among them the old aud
celebrated Cahoon, and our Thompson Wheelbarrow Scedor, L'tiarantced to
sow orchard grass and rcMop as porfoctly as tlmothvnrHnvnJ
BUlMiRlORBARIIoED WIltK. Car load on ' the road, and also the
IlllililArt luliv. Ia anil till alaanna ( I . a am wtr .a a
V.....V.W., .,u ,u ii. u biua Vi uufoi. aiso tno iiatnaway patent eueo
wiro, popular for top strand, on account of Its strength ami being ornamotitul
ami cheap for gardens, lawns or yards.
Knginot, Separators and Saw Mills, aud lastly, (ho world's amous
Reapers, Mowers and Binders. Is it ueccssary to inontloit
? Wo aro jvlth you thero, and our lies aro always ahead of auy of our
competitors, and so this year will end.
T WINK, TWINE. McCormick twine.andMcCormlck not ln thq truat.
Your trado eollcltcd aud tltauks for a( past patronage.