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lUKO. 15. IIAltTI.I'.V. Ilu.lii.in Manager
Tl'USDAY, JULY 12,
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L. &. N. TIME TAULE.
TRAIN! UOIXU NORTH.
No. si 81. Uiule Km Mill UiMla.m,
o.llitt.ix)uliiiiiidUilrigoK. Train Mao p, in,
u Stl.Slulillllo Aeeoin 8IM m.
u 11 Southern fast Mull t:(Mi. in.
ii. VI ti.l Train illSa.ul.
Vu. MNashtllle A team .... Ills in.
Va.litlllQ Aeosminoilatlen ! rot run on
Sunday . . -. . .. .
Sortli bound SI. IU ami Chlesgo rati,
fnlns litio lliniligh trains solid anil sleepers
1 1 hiragii nun nt. iiuis. .
tail Lino stops nli al ImtioitAnl stations
iiulcniulnra, JIat through rullmnii sleepers
u Atlanta, tla, .... .
J tl.AuiMS, Agent.
f Mat S. Major has just returned from
Mr. J. I). Lindsay, of Torro IIoulo,
Intl., is visiting rolntivos in tliis city.
Mrs. Luclon Davis anil Mrs. S. Vi,
Dalton visltod friends in Adaimllo
Miss Mary Graves, of Louisvillo, is
.spending tho week with rolativos In
t ho city.
Misses Jonnlo and Anuio Towery,
of Iiolona, Ark , aro visiting Mr. J. R.
Mr. Goo. 13. Knight and family, of
Louisville, nro on a visit to rolativos
near Church Hill.
MIssoaMary nnd WilKo lladfonl
loft yootorday to visit Mrs. Amelia
Liudsay in Cadiz.
Dr, M. W. Williams has roturnod
from Winchester, Tonn., whoro ho
had boon on a visit to his father.
Miss Margaret Crenshaw, of Versailles,
Is tho guoit of her sister, Mrs.
D. F. Smtthsou.
Miss Mary Pattin has roturnod from
a visit to M(hh Maudo Andorson, of
Mr! J. E. Meacham, of tho rovonuo
service, has roturnod to" tho city and
will romaiu several weeks.
Miss Mnttlo .Moloynolds,of Elkton,
is visiting Mini Annie Crabb. aho is
eurouto homo from n visit to tho
Misses Whim, tioar Julion.
Mrs. Canlwell and daughtor, Miss
Minnie, of Evnnstillo, Miss Mamio
Cobb, of Dixon, and Miss Koto Bra
sher, of Msdisouville, wore tho guests
of Mrs. J. D. Hill last week.
Mr. Goo. V. Gioen, Jersey Cattlo
Coinmissioner of tho .World's Fair,
returned Sunday from n visit to
RoohoMor aud other twints in Now
yMr.y. .C. Graves and MrJas.J.
Tliompson, of Texas, called horo by
th.nlonthof Mr Goo. 0. Thompson,
will remain somo days boforo reluming
Miss Gertrude Keith is visiting
rolativos In Hopkins illo, Miss
Amelia Kodgers, of Hopkins-
villo, Is visitiug Miss Julia Long.
Miss Mattio Johnson, of Hopkins-
ille, istlio guest of Miss Birdlo John-
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CITY COURT NEWS.
Sam Chauoy, gaming, fiuod $10
ElUi'Molvin, col , larceny, dismissed.
Jonso Whitctnan, drunk, fined 15 and
Josup, col., b, p,. fined $10
and costs. "
John Jouei, col., potit larceny aud
o. c. d. w., continued.
r Lovo. Rachel Long, ono of tho
' oldest women in North Christiau,
died at hor homo noar Mt, Zonli, Sunday.
Sho was 93 yoara old. Deceased
was aunt of Mr. Goo, W. Long of this
Mkno. Mrs, Margaret Mong died
at her homo four miles south of (ho
city Friday, of paralysis, aged 74
years. Deceased had boon a consistent
member of tho Methodist church
for mauy years, and was a true
lady, Tho fnuorol was preachotl
by Itov. D. S. Bowles, nftor which tho
Interment took plaoo at Uopowell
cemetery, Thren grown children sur-J
vivo (ho doceasoil.
Llttlo Alieo Cridor Cooper,
only child of Mr. and Mrs. K. Em-molt
Cooper, died Saturday morning
last, agod about 21 mouths, Hor ill
uess was very brief, tho malady being
nn attack of flux, Mr. Cooper with
his intorosting little family had orily
movod into his recently purchased
homo ou South Main tlip preceding
Tuesday. Tholittlo ouo was in her
usual health then, but a day or two
later wan taken sick nmf before tho
; doting parents could realize the
goror proparo thomsohoa for tho blow
death claimed their pot, tho idol of
the household. Sho was au excep
tionally awoot pretty aud bright llttlo
girl and hor death Is n crushing blow
to tho striekon parents. Thoy hnvo
tho hourtfolt sympathy of many
frleiuls in their great trouble.
Tho pleasant offeet and orfoct
with which ladies may uso tlto California
liquid loxatlvo Syrup of Figs,
under all conditions, mako it thoir
favorite romody. To got tho true aud
genuine artlclo, look for tho name of
tho CafTforula Jr'fg Syrup Co., printed
noar the bottom of tho packago,
It is estimated that uot more than
ouo fifth of tho wheat crop is threahod,
tho rain of last woek haying greatly
hindered tho work,
HERE AND THERE.
Dawson Is crowdod with visitor.
Noso glasses In all atjrlM and shapes
Grnpo bags for snto ot (Ms ofllco,
Gold flitti'lts from f5 up to $15 al
T. 0. Vales.
WJinat thrashers, boo WooUlrldffo,
A Co, for cheap coal
Horn, tolhowifo of Mr J. If Dill-man,
of Bovorlr, a ilno boy Smidnj.
HrtimislorHros.' circus is soiuonhoro
in Hopkins county, heading (his wny,
Duckor it Underwood, undortakors,
olllco opposito First National Hank.
Rov. 11. 0 Morrison is conducting
a very successful revival at l'rincoton.
Horn to tho wifo of Mr. N. IJ. Ed
munds, n fiim boy, last Thursday
Dr. A. J, Knapn,. tho colebrntod
optician, will bo at Dr. Young's offico
August 1 and 2.
Attention is called to tho "ad" of
tho Kontucky SlatoColIego which
immuh in this iASiin.
A marriago liconoo wan issued
William Garrott to wed Mary
Saturday. Both colorotl.
Mr. L. L. Bucknor lost ono of his
fine groy horsos, a very valunblo animal,
with lock jaw Saturday.
Stool rimmed socks from SI up at
Yates.' Tho flnost glasses on earth
for tho money. Fil guaranteed or
tho only authorized iwrson to colloct
aud innko debts for us.
HnpEiNsvir.i.E liiinnu Co-
St. Charles, after years of toil in that
direction, hassucceodod in connect
ing horsolf by telophono with Dawson
Tom Graham, of Todd county, was
run ovar and iustautly killed by nu
ongino at Birmingham, Ala., ono day
last week. Ho was in tho employ of
tho L. & N..
Mr. J. G. Uord has purchased of
tho Misses Guynn a lot fronting on
Virginia stroof, bolwoon Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, and will build ou
Mimo in tho noar future,
Mr. C. H. Hill, of tho Uopkinsvillo
Broom Co., has Borered his connoclfou
mid gone to Clarksvillo, whoro ho will
engago in a similar businoss, Mr.
Jus. C. Simmons will operato tho
horo iu future.
Vouug WilliHghaui, w ho is charged
with robbing IhoScbreo txistoQicoaud
forging tho namo of tho postmaster to
postal notes, has had an examining
trial uud was hor'i to answer boforo
tho Federal court without bail
Democrats should koop in mind tho
Congressional primaries on July 130, in
between 12 aud -I p.m., to send
to tho county convention Aug.
1. Capt. Ellis in tho only randidato
aud should receive instruction s at all
ThoPooplo's party has called a
mass meeting at tho court house for
next Saturday to nominate candidates
for ehoritT and circuit court
clerk. Tho couuty committoo has
recommeudod Messrs. M. V. Owen
nnd V,E. WarOold, Jr., for tho places.
Partios wishing to secure sloopiug
car berths for tho Old Point excur
sion should call ou or address T. E.
Bartloy, Kkntuckun office, at unco, as
ho has received diagram of sleeper
for Hopkln8villo dologation and
about half o( tho car has already boon
Mr.E. E. Earlo, of Crofton, who
was burned out in tho recont fire at
that pluco, will likoly .movo to as
and open a geuornl ruerchau
diso store at an oarly dato. It is understood
that Mr. D. I. Crabtroo will
rebuild and open up at his old stnd
iu a few weeks.
Tho Young Pooplo's Union Prayor It
Meeting will bo hold to-night at (ho
Baptist Church nt 8 o'clock led by tho
Mr.W. W. Clarko. Toplo,AU to
Him I owo." Rsforeaeo, John, 316.
"God so loved, tho world that Ho
gavo His only begotten Son, that
boliovoth on Him should not
perish but have evorlnsting llfo."
Briug your Biblos. all
Hicks, tho weather prophet, says
that beglning with to-day and continuing
until Saturday, wo may expect
ono of tho "heated torms" of the
summer. Ho predicts that to morrow
nnd tho next day will likoly bo tho
hottest of this poriod, ending in
thundor storms. Tho noxt oxtrqmoly
warm period will lib from tho 23rd to
tho'iCth. Tho mouth will oud
warm, ho says.
Monday July 2ft is tho day for tho
supplomoutal registration of voters
who wore unable to register for tho
county election by reason of sicknosa
or absence from tho County. On
Oct. 7 and 8 thoro will bn auothor
regular registration for tho congress
ional olectlon, which doos uot qualify
for tho couuty oloctiou. Tho
2uth is therefore tho last oportuuUy
to register for local officer?,
July li, Mr, Goo. Beggs bought a
bottle of Yitalin, of tho Clarksvillo
Drug Co.,uud said, "Last year my two
year old child was troub'od with aggravated at
bowel troubles for two
mouths, during which time
physicians treutod hor without
I thon cured hor with ouo
of Vitalia, I have sinco used this
remedy repeatedly, whon my children
were puny, or had bowel troubles and
it noyor failed to euro them."
CREAM OF NEWS.
Dragged to Death,
Ed Mackou, a promlnout young
larmor of Caldwoll county, noar tho
Christian county lino, nrudraggod bv
a frightened miilo Inst Wodiiomlny, re
ceiving Injuries of such a uoliiro that
death rosuitod Friday. Only n few
weeks ago n young man named Wiley
Winn met his death in n similar man-nor
near tho uiuno plnco.
A ten-year old-son of Chas, Kegan,
of Earlington, was kidnnppod by two
unknowolyoung mon wlioworo passing
through that placolast Tuesday, and
brought to Mnnnlngton, whoro ho was
released. Tho llttlo follow hail boiiio
Bomo small changa on his person.
which was lakon boforo ho was
milted to go. Ho mado his way to
tho water tank, two milos north of
Mannington, and then boarded tho
local freight for homo.
Whipped a Woman.
Tom Lsdford nud Ellon Cheatham,
both colored, of Beverly, hod somo
troublo about tho ownership of a lot
of chickens lost Saturday. A fhrht
onsuod nnd tho Choathara woman
was badly used up by Lodford.
Sara Choatham husband of tho
woman, was from- homo whon tho
difficulty occurred. Ho swore out a
warrant for Led ford's arrest
boforo Judgo Brown, and placed
samo in tho hands of an officer.
The Cigar factory.
Tho Hopklnsyillo Cignr factory is
now iu oiierntion nnd turninrr out
about 2,000 cigars, of excellent quality,
daily. Tho very finest stock thnt
can be procured is being used in tho
manufacture of tho cigars and whon
placed upon tho markot they will
hold with any cigar mado. Tho
forco will bo increased in a few days,
whou businoss will bo dono on a much
Inrgorscalo thau now Mr. W. S.
Elgin, tho propriotor, is much ploased
with tho success attained thus fnr,
and will continuo to in creaso his fa
cilities for conducting tho business
ou a paying basis.
Given Two And a Half Years.
John W. Gilbert, who was captured
rfearllonolla fow months ago, nud
tnkon to Itussollvillo to answer a
charge of horso stoaliug, has just
boon tried nnd Bontoncod to tho penitentiary
for a torm of 2J yonrs.
This is not Gilbert's first troublo, ns
ho has figured in tho courts boforo.
Ho" is considered a very dangorous
mau, and on ono occasion whon
officers attempted lo arrest hita ho
fought liko a tiger and had to bo
shot down beforo ho could bo subdued.
Thoro aro othorchurgoa
against Gilbort in Montgomery
Latest Railroad Newt.
Enginoor C. M. Smith, of tho O. V.,
has gonoand Mr. Bnrr will bo nsaistod
tho work of finishing up by
F. E. Farmor, of tho Phoenix
Bridge No 1 was swung Saturday
nnd will bo finished in a day or two
and turned over by tho contractors.
Bridge No 2 lacks about two mora
days' work of boing ready fortho framing
timborg. Tho stono work will bo
finished in that timo. Tho excavations
ore now boing mado for No. 3,
which Is tho ono that will delay tho
ontroaco lo tho city for about a month
Tho track is laid up to No. 3, ouo milo
The Judicial Race.
Wo publish to-day tho longost coll
ovor mado upon any man to run for
offico in this district. Two thousand
voters of all political partiSs in Chris
tian county unito in soliciting Judgo
Jno. R. Graco to stand for ro election
Circuit Court Judgo and pledging
him thoir wupport. This is a compliment
and ondorsomout accordod to
fow public officers and is ono that
will leave but littlo rponi for Judgo
Graco to doclino to accept tho call,
evidences au ulmoit univorsal de-
fiiro to havo Juilgo Graco continuo in
offico ho has illlod so ably nud accept
ablv tor so mauy yoars. Judgo
Graco has long onjoyod tho reputa
tion of boing tho most loarned judgo
upon any circuit court bench in
But fow of his opinions havo
been rovorsod and it is concodod by
that ho has no suporiora aud but
fow oquats in tho Stato in his variod
aud comprchousivp kuowledgo of tho
law, tho readiness with which ho discerns
tho saliont points iu tho moat
complicated law cases, tho Impartiality
aifd freedom from bios that characterizes
all his decisions aud tho
courteous aud considorato troatmout
accordod to all in his official conduct.
Tho pooplo havo leurnod to ostoom
Judgo Graco for his merits as a man
and a jurist aud lib frlonds nud supi
portors, as shown by tho published
call, aro found among all partios and
classes. It is more than probablo
that Judgo Graco will accopt tho call
aud that bo will bo nominated by his
party without opposition. In this
casa it is hardly likoly that tho Republicans
will put out a man ngaiust
him, alnco his oloctiou would be a
Baptist Young Peoples' Union,
Detrott,July Htb aud 17thL. & N.
will soil round trip tickoU to Delrpjt
tho limited first class faro July 12lh
and 13lh, limited to July 10th, aeo't
Baptist Youug Peoples' Union,
Cerulean is rapidly filling up with
invalids as well as pleasure Bookers,
and tho indications aro that sho will
doublo hor last yoar8 businoss, ore
tho season closes,
Tlio Adairvlllo Tlmos a
pn'rato Jollor lo tho odilor from Miss
Halllo Ermlno Rivos, Clarksvillo, sho
Informs us that bIio was oxpocllnrr in
afowdavsn visit from Miss Daisy
I'ilziiugli. Miss Filzhugh is a
Fitzkugh Loo, sovornl
years Governor of Virginia, nud
famous as n Confcdorato general
Sho Is a young lady of considornblo
lltorary famo nnd Westorn Kentucky
will fool honored with tho privilege of
onjerlnliilng her nnnr whoro tho guns
of Iort Henry and Fort Donelson
thundered out their wnr enrnago of
death and destructions. Wo would
bo only too plonsod to accopt Miss
JliMw invitation to moot hor distinguished
Tho Evniisvlllo roulo to Chicago Is
by far llio best and quickest way lo
roach from this section tho city
that will soou bo crowded with
people from all oer tho world, Tho
run is mado from this city to Chicago
in 12 hours, on trains imforiorto none
iu thoir equipments, Pullman Palaco
cars with dining car attached to all
regular trains, Tho routo is by tho
L. A N, to Evansville, (honco by tho
E & T. II. and C. & E. I. roads to
Chicago, without a changa of cars.
Having triod this roulo, wetnko
in recommending It to thoso wishing
to visit Chicago.
Tho McKonzio.Club, a Democratio
organization, has been formed in
Earlington, with Dr, J. M. Dulin,
formerly of this city as permanent
chairman. Tho body consists of
about 150 members and will moot
weekly, Tho Club, byn unanimous
vote, hasdocidod togho a froo
nnd ratification mooting Mou-day
Aug. 1st. Tho affair promises to
bo a grand and onjoyablo ono and a
largo dolegation from this city will
very likoly partlcipato in tho cero-
Loaguo of Amorican Whoolmon
Washington, July 18lhnnd 20th. Tho
L. & N. will Bell round trip tickeU to
Washington nt tho limited first
class faro July ICth and 16 limited to
July 21th, ncc't Leaguo of Amorican
J. M. Adams,
Brnkoman, ClifT White, who fell
-from tho platform of ono of tho cars
of a south bound passenger train a
fow miles north of tho city about two
wocks ago, is rapidly recovering from
his injurios, and tho indications aro
that ho will soon bo out. It was at
first thought that bo had boon fatally
Mr. J, C. Bucknor has purchasod
Mr. M. B. King's flock of fino
sheop. Mr. King will continuo
raising tho Southdown brood. Ho
has mado a groat success of Bhoep
raising and takes great prido in show
ing fino specimens of his stock.
Mr. Joo G. Donaldson, of this city,
who recently returned from Bothol
College, Russollvillo, was ono of throo
who secured agradoof 100 on tho
Honor Roll, although this was his
first torm of five months.
Tho town olection of Dawson resulted
in tho oloctiou of E. W.
polico Judgo: D. F. Tribblo,
marshal; W. M. Lynch, W. I. Unmby
L. R. Brashor, W, M. Rico and,
Tom Cash, Trustees. Tho oloctiou
was a quiot affair.
Everybody buys Paragon .Brands
after a trial. Tho host nieata on tho
VccdUf tonic, or children that want building
up, ihouVl takn
JlltOW.VS 1IION II1TTKRS.
it It pleauuc la take, rurea.Malarla, lndlje
tlon.aml Ulllooineu. All dealon keep It.
Mosquito Net in each
Bar, price 95c.
A. A, METZ.
Look to your intorost nnd INSURE
YOUR WHEAT, wliothor in your
Grannry, Barn or Wnrohouso.you cannot
afford to carry tho risk any moro
than you can afford to loan money
without security. There aro MANY
ways' by which you may burn. No
rates lowor than ours,
Lon'o it Kelly.
Whito dot', livor colorod hoad and
oars and li or spot on side, Ownor
cau got samo by proving proporty and
A. U. iJARIOCOURT,
Gold specks from $5
up to $15. Nose glasses,
all styles, and steel
specks, the finest
glasses on earth for
the money, at' IT. G.
Factory does all kinds
of repairing on Buggies,
etc A 11 work guaranteed
and at lowest
cash prices. Give me
BMBHOIDEB.Y' SKIRT SALE.
Ladies embroidery kirting nil.s worth
$3.00, go this day nt 1.50 suit. 4 yds. to
Childron's Emb. suits worth $1.36, go at only
Ladies' Emb. suits worth
Ladies' Emb. suits worth
Ladies' Kmb. suits worth
Ladies Emb. suits worth $10.00 go at 6.00
Hemstitohed skirting that sold at 30o go this
day at 15c yard.
Hemstitched skirting that sold at 40 and 50c
go at 26c yd.
A discount of 15 per cent, will bo given
on allDres8 Goods and silks bought that
day. Don't miss a chance to buy yourself
a dress cheap. Best dress ginghams worth
11 aud 12 1-2 cts. go at 8c a yard. This is
cheaper than factory can make them. These
goods go on Saturday, July 2nd.
Tho First National Bank has opened
an accouut called "Tho Columbian
Exposition Fund," and proposos a
plan by which most any body may In
nblo to nttond tho groat fair in 1893.
Tarticulars on application.
Mares and Geldings
I hnvo a lots of corabinou marcs
nnd goldihgg which I will sell on
terms ou a croditof 0 months.
B. D. Mooro,
Church Hill, Kv.
FARM FOR SALE.
Two nnd a half miles" from Hop-
Mnaoilln Dlnrlruvilln tliko. 160 nCTOH,
woll improvod, good dw elllng, and out-
nouBos. or iuriui;riu"""" "r
nlv to RITTER BKOa.,
Lots for Sale.
Two vory dostroblo building lots on
Virginia stroot, rear of thoW. T, Radford
lot. Excollout location, west sido
of tho stroot, aud ono of thorn n coruor
lot, within a few blocks of tho
portion of tho city. Apply to.
Tru stees Baptist Church.
Tbo IwautlfuWurlJurbin i)laroM;clonjrlDr.ti
tha e.taw of lUchanl ;":
lll Ht . IlonklnlTllI KV
re.HHJnro an.. i. v,---i"V --,V i..Tl In ,
About luUnrrci 01 plenum iiiib :'"".;;
K.Utoof .. ...... cultUatlon, lln.l.anllll.Mt. IjrlDg pailly lth
tho CUT ai..t tho rouuliT. Tlij i Una U du' ra
tofudmlh" I . N n. ;ublo
Valler aud woul.l bo a flrl clw rlaco Iu looala
.f.7.. lln nil.i. labnr lu llonllm.
WllobeluK cheap ami abundant. Tcrmtea.,
ll 1HUITT, Beo'il
Barred Plymouth Rocks.
Turo nnd curofully bred stock
Eggs 7G cents per 16. All eggs dated
n,l mtarnntnd frosh UUd IMlrO.
Orders by ihail promptly attoodod to.
J, Ol, luuuun.
$5.00 go at 3,60
$6.00 go at 4.25
$9,00 go at 5.00
look at k
MoncySavt'd is Money Madel
Sc.elttoSO ctnl. en eny dollar you ;end
Write forormaminr.ib Catalogue, a
tnanufacturera' dfIlc. with nlalllfalturerlt,
itivcounU, of every LinilnficomU an? uiiplleti
manufactured anil liuintiteil Into the linlte,!
statp.. (Irorcrlet, llouvholil (IoimU,
Ctothlut, I jiillta' ami (Sent.' C'h.thlnK and
rurulahlKK i.ouda, DiyUoHla, llala anil Cnn,
Uoot. ami Shoe., (lluver, Xoilona, (UnMwaie,
blaUunery, Watrhea, Chlu. Jewelir,
llugxtea, WIiumi. Agilciiltiiral lra.le
mcnl., etc. ONI.V Vlltif CLASS UOUII1.
UaloKiie ent on lerelpt of M cent, for ex.
prcuage. We are tlieonlyrnccrn who sell. nt
manufacturer' price., allowliiK the Imjer Hie
ame llcouiit that the manufacturer Kite, to
thewlioleaalebuTcr WeKuarameo all Kon.lt
as reprencnteilt If not round no,, money letund
cl (iood. will liy exureti or freight, with the
prlvllegeof examination U'fure ijyluit.
tHQilllicV Stivet, ChU'UKH., Ill,
WE WILL PAY
A talaif of m to ISO jxr uoek to i001
r jent to reprment ui In crerv eoimt) unit tell
our griieiallliie of Alerchanillo nt nuimifart
urer' rcw. Only those who wain tvtcatly
tinilojiueut neol npply. Catvlouo nn.l
on receipt of 25 cent fur expreuw
are. A KAIU'K.V ACO.
AMOS IT. HARRIS,
Mtinbcr ai.d Director In ifwlno llrecden'
and Ilreoilerof Itcgl.tered
Union County. Ky.
Nothing tut firt.cla.a htocf shipped, and all
(luaraoteed a represented.
Itrenllng ltegulate.l ao that Tigs can ixi .up
piled Nearli any month In tic year. I'llces
Attorning m Age aou oex.
J'oalejTIee Adilrru, FLUVItMH', I'nlon
(.'ounf u, Kii.
rHCx: national liaim, sinrgannviii
Hank of Unlantown and Launtr ('01. 1i
Bonds Por Sale.
UK underalgned tru.lers Mill, un lol'i
TUK A, a... duir 15th, llHJ, lecelro
sealed hid. for the punliaMOflllS,0ut(on
hunilied and fifteen thou. ami dollar.) oi r uie
uond.nf the city uf iiiklnstllle. lu au of tho
extension of the Ohio valley Hallway, from
rilnretqii, KyM lo HoukW.tlllr.. Kv. Hald
hnndaattfof the UennmUatlon of S00,U), (tlto
hundred dollais ruuulng thirty year, with
the option of the said tlly of ilnaklnsillle lu
nxlcem after ten yeari.the same to be fiee from
municipal taxoa and Uar Intcrs.t etlheralu
of flu percent, per a.iniui), payable Minl.an
nually, allbe hanking hou.anl Uilhain, Alex,
andcr A to. In Ihu elty of New ork. No bids
euteitalned at ,e.s than par I'ai Uc can bid for
any numberor all of ihiui Uiud.. tor any
further Information apply to W, l Wlnfm
(lly Andlior and Tiea.urer, llopkliuillle,
I'rr.l.Unl lily Hank,
I're.'t lit Nat llaol.
V. V CAUIMIKI.I.,
(if.lilint Hank of llopkln.lllr
and WuUky Halt-
It. cured at home wllb
OPIUM out liafn. Hook of par.
I titulars sent V1IKK,
' ATLAirW A.tl.V, t)Uce Wbll.uill
BfinJMiiCTfFJSl kwiTOw3 SSSl SiSftVs. $-
fYWmsJ XZfwffw .- "
BEwT WAGON MANUFAOTUBD
Conio to see us boforo you buy, wo w ill snvo you money
Wheat Sacks Wheat
- - Sacks.. V".,
Wo hnvo n Inrgo stock ol tho very host quality aud wo ooll (hem (nwp. -
We Want You to Gome
and go through onr stock. Wo will bo glad to soo you anil boltovo that'
whoa you oxnmino our goods nnd got our prices ou them, you will soo that if
is to your interest to trndo with us.
We Want to Sell You
PLOWS, HA It HOWS, DRILLS ond ovory kind of agricultural implement
of all klirls, which wo dought in largo lots for Cash and wo nro.iu n position
lo soil you cheaer than you cnu buy odywlioro olso,
Do You Want a Wind Mill ?
If so, you waut lo seo us immediately. Wo havo sold nnd put intosuccoss
ful oporntion inoro Wind Mills this yoar than nny other Iiouho in Western
Kontucky nnd ovory ouo wo havo put out is giving absoluto satisfaction.
Majestic Steel Range.
Best that money and skilled labor ran produce, and at tho cost of common
cast iron. Send for cntnloguo anil full particulars.
And When You Want
Lumber of any kind, rough or dressed. Or ouy building dono, romomlior
that our "Excolsor Planing Mills" aro still in tho lead, and wo havo tho best
facilities nnd largost oxporieuca ns CONTRACTORS k BUILDERS. Wo
haio moro different kinds of BuggioHnnd overything elso on wheols, nil of
host grado, which wo bought by tlio enr load and will sell thorn cheaper than
over buforo. Wo Ixnight them to soil. Got our pricos ou anything you want
iu tho Hnrness nud Saildlo line. Wo havo n complete stock of tho best quality
of goods. Buy Rots of Rock Salt. Wo nro hcadquartors for Bono Meal
FORBES & BRO.
ttnvii.g determined to rcduuo my
laro stock of Dry Goods, Notions,
&c, I will for the next thirty days
cut the price on cvorylhing in ira?
my house', shis
mean just what T
is no bluff, I
say. I quote
my goods are allJJJJJJ;
figures and you
cordially to givojmo
Kxcliihlvoly Tor young ladles
and Coiisorvutoiies J:icg.iut
Aiuplo connes of insliiicllou iu
Hoarders II. Iu Music 70.
no prices, for
marked in plain
can see for yourself. invite
a call before you
3ytli acsalou opens September Jilli , 1892
Splondld I''ttcnll) lioin vcr best C'olloge
building, Tollncd, liealtlil'iil
MusV, Art, Languugi'N mid all lltorary
Km lust jeiirOl.
SJ1250 por year liit'Iudi'S JIiinIc
Kov. T. H. McCnll, 31. A. Trcs.
II. J.'IIUKT, I'UOI'JtlUTOK.
RATES: $1 50 to $2.00 PER DA V.
COIl. TWELFTH AND MAIN STHKETS.
J4uaitaboveJ,M..t,andI K AMI I. Ilepnt.l I nillQlll I C tW
Square, below Union Heiot. I UUUIOVILLt, ll. r
fMTitlire'arapaMthe DonrK.eiy Kite tllnnimfor til psrtsof thoCIlr n
(LATH ALEXANDERS HOTEL.)
Comer Jeffotton, Center and Urcen nil eits, opposite Court Ilouoa, lulstllle. Ky.
Recently rouovatod from cellar to root. All Modem iuiproreuuintfl, iu
chidluK steam heat, olovator, oloctrlo call Iwl's and tolejjraph ollice Kntlro
houso lighted witliincnudoscontoleetriollKhtH. Kleetrict'nrH'paNi the dmir
tor al parts of tho city, tSJUTKt fJM rea Uat.
A. W. JONES, ) W. R. LOGAN, '
J. J. 8ULUVAN. f Clerk.
J. L. MAIISIIALL Jn ) Malinger.