Newspaper Page Text
M It ft. I V, llilntu Mnr
ritliMV, .NOVCMHBR I 18K1,
O. V. I'aitentr Trlni.
Mall . ' ripiew
lloU .Tiiiti JiiJri"
4tS. Ill 1119ft in
UIIUV, tint ,m
I frill! hi itlnj(4 ! V"
.0i a in
ifiii ( u Dim 11
Ktju iii o mm
ni'Tii biiiimu rniK
rum l'..l i nil i'n iminni .. .. B.M,in
mso(. m TBI hiii
lirnir Ii I h.iii IMta.ui
mi tutu TiWl'i'i. n.liain
j lm n fiilatlhl llufliUaulitwfrn lul
L. & N. TIME TABLE.
laVj.i l.iuUKt Mall . . . lam.
. jhJ IVIIITIIIW rtCIXll.l . nj
TKUM UOKU 01TU.
ii llrtmiilitin rl Hall t:0Sp mi
fu, ij I rain .4SIS .in.
UU i.'itllls Atrom tilt in,
N'hahrilln Acoominoilatlon Joca not tun on
Tm'ii mmmt 8t. I -hit ami CMeam Fjal
i m ltminli triilna IM awl alrepera
jn'l ntnr.. IIm llimngli I nllman ileiora
Mrs. O.K. West g In Loulavlllo
Em A. II. Andorwn wont over to
Dr. Joo.D. Clardynout up to
Mra. Thomas Rodman Js visiting
ralativos In Ilussollvillo.
Mm. J. U. Antiunion 1h In
on n tIbiI to frIoud,
Mmswr. A C. McGoheo and V. T.
Koatls, Uracoy merchants, spool
Wednesday lu tlio city.
Mr. II. Pi Fftris and family hate
gono (o Jackson, Toon., and will be
absent sovornl week.
Mr. Kxaliuo Norton arrived lu tho city
Tnosday evening from Xotv York, and
Is tbo guest of Mra. Susio Stites,
Esq. M. D. Dnvin and Mr. Jobn W.
Jones arts attending the Stato Union
mooting at Owonsboro.
MIm Llzzio Turner lias returned to
ber liomo near Cerulean Springs. Sbo
was aiwmpnnicd by lier cousin, Miss
Mr. Jas. A. Hadford baa gono to
BouOiOrU Florida whore ho will
during winter looking after bU
father' orongo grove
Mm. Frixl RaoU aed Mrs. Geo.
Woller, of HubboIMHo, arrived in tbo
, Wednesday on a visit to tbo
PKy of Mrs. Geo. W. Woller.
Tbo Socrotary of tbi Young Mcn'a
Christian Association of Crawford
villo, Iml., bai this comment to the
public on tbo musical entertainment
given by the Snedish Concert Company,
wblob will appear at Holland's
Oporn Uoubo Wednesday ovoning,
Nov.O: "It gives wo groat pleasure
cWxLklf of our Locturo Committee
to tbo general satisfaction
jOon by your company when In our
'o!lr. Tlin selections wcru Hitch as
i wnya etriko tho popular tasto and
callod forth an cucore in ovory cane,
Tho trio, tho 'Laughing Soag,' was
inlmilablo and highly appreciated by
tho audience, lour company drew
fc tho largest nudionco of any concort
In our courso last year, and rro know-that
tho mero mention of your name
will eocuro for you a large audienco
when you agulu visit our city. Wishing
you very groat success, 1 am
your, N. C. McCat,
Democratic City Primary.
Tho Deraoeratlo city cominitteo met
yesterday and callod a primary election
in each ward Nor, 15, (0
a tickot for councilmou. Tho
KlIs aro to bo orwu from 7 0. m. till
4 p. tn. and nil Democrats nroqualiliod
to participnto in tbo primaries. As
usual tho voting nill bo by secret bal-
KiU All of tho' c:mmittcomen but
loo wore present.
-Mr Chaa L.Smith,
n promlnont Priucoton merclmnt, and
Msa WUllo Weson, onoof Caldwoll's
fairost daughters, wore unllod lu mar
riago in tbo Ilnptl'ii church at
Tuosiiaj', Rev. 11, W. Morohcad
Waller P. Drowu
nml Miss Matllo E. Kublott woro mar
ried in Clatlsvillo Tuesday oftornoon,
Tho brMu nvt a reaidenl of tho place
una tno groom a homo is la Montgomery
JonNiox.McCoua. Mr, Thomas B
pVohnson, of Clarksvlllo, and Miss
unisy JluCoinu, of lho Pembroke
WUborhood, woro unitod in mar
Flo at tho home of tin i,r!ii. t,nr.
'iTiUn Wodnosduy last at ijijou, )n tbo
piunonco of tbo inimtdlatov families
iuu afuw iutlmrtto friends. After
purtaking 01 a suinpluoua dinner pi
jiiHMi for tbo occasion (ho happy
wuplo loft for Clarkavllle, their futuro
'"VI io groqm is n very popular and
pnwporous young buslnoes man and
jins a boat of friends who oitond con
Tlio brido is tho daughter of Mr,
L)iuan MiComb, ouo of Christian
county's most proBporoua farmors.
Shu s an oxccedingly amlablu and at
tevtivoyouug lady, with many 00
.upltahmonU, aud is noil kuovn In
Riaroclalcfrclo of Pembroke, whoro
nliolnqultan favorite Tho couplo
woro tl(?io:kJenU of many handsome
mil ccatjy proseats.
IV D, Johnsou to Dsy filcComb.
A. IJ. Wagoner to MaltleOvvon,
A Dcmocratfa oity; irinjfy will bo
hold !r4 Oonaboro q tit latt fast, to
HERE AND THEHE.
53,000 to loan 011 real estato. Lono
Wedding pro'otibr in ondlosa
Found-Two kojs twlno Blrlug
Cnll at this ollico
Smernlwttogcs aro In process of
erection 011 Josuti Avetiuo.
Mr.U. J. Malliowa 'a confined to his
room wltli nu nttnok of fovcr.
f)ay boarders wanted by Mrs, M.
A. Mr Gobee, S. Virginia Street.
Horn, to tlio wifo of Mr. J. S.
of Church Hill, a line boy Oct.
f arrests woro made by
tho polico during tho month of October.
Mr. T, A. Smithson and wlfo hao
returned from an oxtended eojourn in
Mostor Jimtnlo Ogbura has accept
ed n position with RasHolt Ss Co. ns
Quarles Ss Koatta, tho Codlr
ors, iiamllo diamonus, wnicnes anu
Tho condition of Mrs.F.L. Waller,
who has been ill for somo xtecks, is
reported much Improved.
Dr. A. J. Knapp, tno cuietirated
optician, will bo at Dr. Young's office
Friday, Dec 23, one day only
A tqund of olght young men of tho
city roiurnod from a camp hunt on
Pout Jtiver tho first of tho woek.
Silver chests with 13 pieces of solid
silur, complete sols, nt Yates', Something
Mr. J. G. llord's haudsomodelling
on South Virginia Street will bo
ready for occupancy by tho HSth Inst.
Mrs. May Wrighthasaboutrocovcr'
txl from an illnees of nearly a yoar
and la ablo to bo out again.
Gold spectacles Jl.W to $2000,
finest lenses made, at Quartos &
Kcatls', tho Cadiz jewelers.
Tho protracted meeting is etiil in
progress at tho Dapttat church in
Peiiibroko nnd Interest does not abato.
Mr. Georgo W. Collins has thu contract
for lho painting of tho O. V, depots
lu tho city and is now executing
A Kcenso has lieen. jiraulod Tbos.
F. Hammonds to dispense Bpi.;w,,
vinous and malt llquora to tho thirsty
at Crofton. ,
Tho condition of Archio Gaut, who
has been quite ill with finer, Is much
improved, and it is hoped that bo will
bo out In a few days.
City taxes fori 802 hnvo been duo
since 1st of Juno and must ba paid.
Call at once, par aud save, coats.
S. G. Bcckser, Collector.
Dr, A. P. Campboll, dontist, Mo-Daniel
building, up stairs. Opera
ting a specialty.
$50,000 north of Diamonds will bo
qn display at Yatoa' for ono day only
Nor, 7th. II costs nothing to look
Farmers, insuro your tobacco barns
and cootouU with tho GIANT IN-
Lo.so & Iullv, Managers.
Mr. W. C. Cook has boon nwnrdod
tho contract for grading and
Wa'.er stroet from Seventh
to Tenth, and work bos begun. It is
safe fo say that contractor Cook will
turn in a perfect job.
Mr. N. D, Gieou has resigned bw
position as salesman with J. II. An
derson & Co, aud accepted, a similar
situation with tho Mammoth Clothing
& Shoo Company. Mr Green is
quite popular as a aalosman aud busi
ness man generally, aud his inuuonco
TboO.VJs having a 12,000 passenger
depot orectod at Gracoy. Tho
freight depot at that placo is also
contract and will bo built at onto.
Doa't lorgot the Swedish Quartet
Concort Wednesday oeuing, Nov. 9.
Tho entertainment is one of a sories
given by tho Chautauqua Circlos and
will bo artistio, refined and pleasing.
Tho blo&scd rain, so Ipng lookod
tor, lias coino at last, and many aro
thq hoarls roado Joyful. Cistorun
have boon replenished, tho dust la n
thing of lho past and hunters aro
busy mapping out tholr fall lours.
Tho Goocb. property ou Main streot,
occupied by Mr. Don Rosenbaum,
merehaut, was Bold at tbo court
1 .1 i .1.1. .11--...- .
uuuw uuur iu iuis city luesuay, OUO,
Moayou being tho purchasor. The
prico paid was 55,025 Tho property
In very doslrablo aud tho prico paid is
considered very reasonable.
Lovers of musical attraclionsshoald
bear la ssiud tho Snodish Quartotto
at tho Opera House next Wodnosday
oveniug, Nov. 9, under tho auspices
of lho Chautauqua Circles, Swudiih
music is characterized by snoot aud
harmonious molody, and a vivneity
nhich abvaya pleases lho listenor,
Momts. Klukead A Wodllnclou
bavo bought the grocery utpok of Mr.
G, B. Croft aul will add same to (heir
presout stock. Ii, Croft will rotlro
from tho mercantile leluosw, having
traded his city property lu Mr, F. R,
Dryer for bis farm on the ClaiUgvlllo
pike, a few pillos nouth of tho oily,
JUr. Dryer will moo to tho city tit
onco and Mr. Croft will movo out to
bis now country homo,
Joo Stoltonkainp, of tho L. A N.
aarvlco under City Passongor Agont
John II, Milllkeu, LouikVlll.has boon
appointed Florida Passongor Agout of
tho road at Jacksonville Ho succeed?
R. II, Hopkins, resigned, who has
beou lho L. & N, agent at that place
for seventeen years. Mr. Stoltenkarap
has been la tho service of tho L, A
N.lnvarioua capacities for ten yearn,
and is effloknt md exowdlngly
Tbo Stalo Convention of tho Farm-ors'
Alllanco mot la Oivousboro Mon'
day with n good attendance.
Rrainy Jim Edwards has Ixwght
tho Adalrvllle Time ond gono back
Into the newspaper business.
Tho last lornt of tho Commou Ploaa
Court will begin Monday, with Judge
Mcl'horsou on lho bench.
Tho body of Miriam Eaes, Deri
Wing's murdered wlfo, wan brought
lo Groonvlllo and Inlorrod yostorday,
Co D. will lmvoftcunipatllo drill
nt tho armory this ncnlng for tlio
company medal. The pnblio Ii limited
lo bo presout.
There were no tobacco dfilofl this
woek at lho exchange. About two
hundred hogshoadswero sold private
It is qulto likely that n now brick
holol will bo built at Dunbar's Cavo
In tbo early spring to (alio (ho placo
of tho framo str.'cturo rocenlly burn-
Mrs. Ada C. Layno has rontod lho
room known as lho G leh corner, now
occupied by Fi A G., and will romovo
her millinery Block to that building
Passenger train No 52, north bound,
and express No. 53, south bound, collided
at Edgefiold junctiou oarly
Weduosday morning. No ono was
hurt. Tho engines were slightly
Dr. A. J. Kuapp, tho optician, mado
bis regular monthly visit to tho
Tuesday. Utory minuto of his timo
was occupied during his stay and
many woro tinablo to seo bun. Soo
dato of his next visit.
Georgia Marrs, tho formor Bowling
Green girl who so mysteriously disappeared
iu Louisvillo lost week, has
not been found. Tho general opinion
is that she committed auicido whllo in
a demonUxi condition.
Tbo infanticide caso against Mat-
Ihow Duncan and wifo at Hawesvillo
hnsboon trlod. Duncan was acquitted,
but Mrs, Duncan was hold over under
n 5350 bond. Tho parties had only
been inarriod four months.
Mr. L, W. Moans has tradod his
farm on tho Buttermilk road, known
as tho "Hitter Place," to Mr. W. C.
West, of this city, for his property on
West Seventeenth atreet. Possession
willbo givon Dec. 1, licti Mr, Wot.t
will move lo his country homo. Mr.
Moans will rent his city property.
Mr. Bailey Waller, for many years
connected with C. M. Latham's store,
iiasiAniKtitrura.n JbooiDson &
Co.'a fufnituro storo and will nfoneo
put some activity into this lino of
business in tho city. Mr. Waller will
command n largo patronago and will
keep fully hbroast of tho times. Mr.
YY. II. Everett will havo chargo of tho
CREAM OF HEWS,
Registered 00 New Names.
Tlio supplemental registration tbreo
days of this woek resulted la tbo
addition of 90 names lo tho city registration,
bringing tho total in lho city
up to 1,187. Of lho now name3 30 are
Democrats and GO Republicans, in
creasing lho Republiran majority in
tho city to 113. A number of non
residents succoodod in gotling ou tho
lists. . ,
Sam Jones In Clarksvllle.
Rev. Sam Jones Is oxpoctod to ar-
moin Ciarksv:llo to-morrow night,
If ho arrivcH on timo his first meeting
in that placo will commonce at 2:30
p. in, Sunday, There will bo song
ecnico and speaking at 3 p, m. and
again at 7 p. ni. tho sarao day, Each
day during tho woek morning sorvices
will bo hold at 10.30. Thoro will also
bo afternoon aud ovening eorvlces
each day. Tho mooting is oxpoctod
to draw largo crowds and bo productive
of much good in that placo.
A Drummer Killed
Chatlos C. Brnnor, an Evansvlllo
traveliug tnau, was accidentally killed
by tho enra noar that city last Friday.
Brunor was formerly employed
as a drummer for Carter Bron. A Co ,
wholesale dry goods, Louiavilh, now
Tho Carter Dry Goods Company, and
was a nativo of that city. In attempt
ing to go from ouo car to another ho
wos thrown between thorn by n sudden
lurch of tho (rain and instantly
killed. Deceased was about 50 fears
of age, aud was well Known to many
of our business meu.
A Dashing Reception,
Wtdueaday morning ns lho O. V,
incoming train was passing tho water
tank a few hundred yards west of tho
depot, tbo spout of tho tank becamo
detached by tho jar of lho tiaiu and
swung around striking oho of lho
passenger coaches A half-dozen
windows woro smashed aud tho
paasengors sitting uoar the windows
wcro doluged with water. Somo
thought a wrock had occurred and attempted
to jump, whllo others
crouched under the seats on tho
sldo to protect thomsolvos from
immersion, No 0110 was hurt ond tho
compauy's loss is trifling, r
A Fair Estimate On Tobacco.
Tho following is git en out from tho
Stato Agricultural Bureau regarding
lho present crop of tobacco as compared
with last joar: "Whllo our
are vory varied as to tlio condition
of tolncco,thoy nil ng roans to It
having boon out nnd housod lu good
order and flue color, and curing well,
ll is iinpysiiblo lo get a report that is
Btrictly correct, for often two correspondents
of tho same county will differ
from ton to fllteon points, al
though this season tho wonthor has
beeu mote favorable lo tho dark to
bacco districts, which will show a dif
furenco In tho por cent, lu favor of tho
dark tobacco. In comparing tho reports,
I will soparato them to show
tho difference Tho condition for
Burloy is 76 por cent, whllo for tho
eutlro State, both Burloy aud lark tobacco
ii 85 por cent., as compared
Drt Wing Kllli Hit Wlfo.
Alberto. Wing killed his wlfo
Eaves Wing In aLoulsvlllo bagc
lo Tuesday nlghU He ntabljod her
to death with a knlfo and Ibon climbed
out of tho window and mado his
oscapo, and tn bis sock
foot. They had lieon out togothor
nnd relumed nt 11 o'clock. Ten mlti
u'Ich later lho murdor occurred, whlli
the couplo were undressing.
Tho dead woman was Miriam G.
Eaves, daughter of Judgo Charlos
Eavos, of Groenvjlle, and one of thn
nibst prominent lnwjors In
county, Sho wns
j cars of ago and hud an adventurous
career. Whon but filtocn yenm of ago
alio married Edward Reno, but aban
donod him after two chlldron woro
born nnd wont to St. Louts to ontor
upon a lifo of sbamo.
Thoro sho took up with Wing, who
formerly lived in Kentucky nnd is tho
son of Samuel M. Ing,of
Ono ovoning sho was with
Joseph GIonn,a clork thoro, nnd Wing
entered lho room. A fotv words woro
exchanged by lho mon, and Wing
shot and killed Glonn. Ho was
lo leu yonm imprisonment at
Jefferson City, and nftor sorvlng five
ha was pardoned by Gov. Francis.
Djiring his Imprisonment the girl
had boon in a convent, but whon she
heard ho was roloaatd sho relumed to
Greonvillo aud thoy wcro married.
Only n foiv weeks ago sho tired of
her homo lifo and enmo to this city to
again lend a Bluful life. Hor husband
followed ber, nnd ond ovening
ho took her out ou tho Caoo Run road
in a carriago to murder hor. Ho was
too drunk to put the plan Into
and when tho frightonod cab-driver
returned with the polico, ho
was contenting himself with beating
Whon Mrs. WiDg moved lo
Edwards' houso hor husband ao-
companied ber and allowed bimsolf to
bo supported by tho proceeds of Lor
Read tho following ond savo money
and got tho best,
Inlaid In tho back
SPOONS' tSt itl.u..
At rdi'.l ken ferati.pu
aim Tan Neo
ToWoar 25 Yeara.
nt usi 1 unniL
HALF THE COST.
EACH ARTICLE IS STAMPED
A wrltcn gurrinlcc lll U glren ,nitk ouch
M. D. KELLEY,
Who ! wlo ag;iit tor thew soot In Hoi'Mni'
rillf, sod bIm keept tlio tctt male, ol tbo
Rogers feother brands
The Solid Silver.
Call and osamino samples of tho
above goods and nvoid buying goods
that oro boiuir misronrosontod to vou
u srow! r
Now is tho time to begin
work on that
ot Lung Trouble
Don't wait until tho cold,
bard winter Is ou you.
We can offer you a
aut and certain remedy, and
If you will call to boo our
1 agent bo will givo you n trial
Writo for our manual
log full particulars and many
Specific Oxygen Co
W. E. Foutits, Agont.
h wm whwk
In Olden Timet
Peopto overlooked lho importance Of
permanently bonouciai ottocts ami
were satisfied with trannlent action,
but now that It is generally known
that Syrup of Figs will permanently
euro hnbitual constipation, well la-
formed xxnla will not buy other lax
ntlve , which net for a tltno, but final
y Jujuto Ih'j flTstoui,
Poland China Boifr's and black
Langshau Chieko'ns for fiale. Two
largo soveu mouth hears, price $15.00
each. A few tilro Langslmn iwlcr
els, prico J.'l (X) por pair.
Cms. E. Batik Kit,
Pembroke, or Kennedy, Ky.
tfctilUe tonic, or rMMrpri thtt want Lullilloj
nil thouM Uio
ItllttU'NS IIIOM 111
Hit (iIul.ij.Cii ike, can JlnUrU, lnlr
Ugo.tnl JiiUoukimi. AllileWrkDpli.
For three days only,
Nov. 5. We will
give a 20 per cent, dis
count on all overcoats,
ch on tne price.
We have 800 over
coats in stook in
child's, boys', youths
and men's. All quali
ties from $1.00 up.
J.H.Anderson & Co.
New Orleans Molasses
at McKee's The
Farm for Sale Nov 7.
Tho fine nnd fertile form known as
tho BOSTICK PLACE, near Gracoy.
It is situated on Sinking Fork crook
and is directly on tho 0 V. Railroad,
G miles woat of Hopklnsvillo and S
milos from Gracov. Tho tract con
tains lf,7J acros less ! aeroa deeded to
tho railroad. It is woll improvod,
well watered and in a good stato of
cultivation. It has a promising young
orcnaru, also a new ltarn just built.
Has both a lasting hpring and a good
cisteru. It is located iu a good neigh
borhood, lying botwn the fanm ot
Mrs. McCarty and Mrs. X M. t'oi
und is convenient to nchnoN, piist
oflico and churchei. I n ill offer t hi
valuablo tract at public Hint ion ht
Houso door tn HopkliKwll, n
11 o'clock a. m , Monday, NTov, 7, 18!)
John. J Ittru
Jessie, Bubach, Jnn
other varieties for sale
at 50 cts per 100.
Mrs. Cortez Leavell.
Ono First-class 16 horse power Eu
gino for Rale at a bargain.
. Jokn J. .METCAin:.
House & Lot For Sale,
If not sold private r before. I will
offer to tbo highest bidder nt Court
Houso door, on Monday, November
7tb, a farm of 70 acres nsar1
Fairviow, on which aro n dnellincr.
barn and outbuildings. Also n house'
and lot on lilm street, in nopkinsville,
known an tho John Brown nlaco.
Tenns made known ou day of sale.
Sopt.27 12 tm.
Wooldridge & Go.
dealers in coal have moved
to their new coal yard
near utuo vaueil
I offer for tho cash
50 BUSHELS of fine
large Irish Potatoes
60 CENTS BUSHEL.
If you wish to buy potatoes this is o
bargain. Call early,
Turnips, Staple and
cheaper than' any
house in the oity.
O.R. Clark, MVr.
Oity Market House-
ftotu tho Ea I
you one of the
alid I'am. I
lu thl maikol.
0AniKT8, ltufci and '
A splendid lino H
of nil kinds,
aboyo havo boon I
ami think-1 can show
prcttlott Blocks of Notions,
A full lli' of
Otr, Cloths, Strlhloy'
Mttsoi FIpo Shoe.
Etc., K(c, All of tho
bought for CASH, and I don't Intend
to ho undersold by any one. l'loaso
glvo mo n call.
T M, JONES.
GREAT TRADE MAKING SALE
ILApecoim.'fo eSc Oerutor .
A ohanor t o get, your entire winter outfit
fir ilmoBi 1-2 value. On FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, NOV. II AND 12, wo will
plttco ntt snlo sir, 9 n. m, sharp, the following
Drnss Goods &c for TWO DAYS ONLY:
Yatdn of !W Inch all ttixil Prencli Flannel Suiting
llnmu n"d lllue.
Yardi rf IW Inrh all wool Novelty Cloth, lata and
for utret t wear
Ynnls of !M inch nil wxl Plaids. Above are Ihn Iwst values offered
lu any market nt Ut FKIDAY aud SATURDAY PRICB Mle.
Ineh all ool Flannol Suiting worth 7ro. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
InHi all woa Silk FlnMi Hentietla worth !K)j and $1.00. FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY PRICE 71e,
lllntk Uitss (iooils. Tim World Cnn't Hu.it us lit This Dt'pnrtinpiif.
r. Itifli nil wiHilJJiiitliigtfclily worth 7r.o FRIDAY AND'
DAY PRICC 17e.
Inch all wool Silk Finish ITi'iuletta, Hold everywhere IKki and $1 00.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Inrh Stilt Warp Honrielti good
fneh all wool diirnli cloth or l'nllsh Sown greol valtin at 7Cc. FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY PRICE 4 Go.
d few Specials in lho Notion, Department
U'ok all Mlk !(, I..Vi at FRIDAY AND 'SATURDAY
All filk Tix acliml vsluo 15e and Wo. FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY I'RlCi: I(K-.
Ileal tint II, S Etiili at In, 20 and !iik. Choice
for FRIDAY AND SA I Uk DAY I2ji'
All )l Kid. SMrU orth f
URDAY I'Klf'B WM
50 I.lw. Siixtm n.ill t hIIcoIom
SATURDAY PRl T V,n hkolu.
75 l.lHl'.ae.nnMlM Yiri wotthOo
I'll 101. lc
norlli Itkt akoln. FRIDAYAND
fkelu. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Last Hnd of all liVO vnnU of "imov Stntidanl Print worth C aud
0c. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PRICE 5c.
Goods as nihettW'd. Seo show window. Vo aro yours to command,
.LIPSCOMB & CENTER,
Nashxillo Street, iif.ir Ij .: N Dior,
-.!, f" ?
1 I w
Ind ookat the handsome line of
l"Wgf$ i'M i1v '
Bgp ; y- J VV HT 'THmi??
To the Market this
season. Jtiave purchased
for t.he season. I have
All the latest novelties
The ladies are extended
a cordial invitation
, ADA C, UYIE,
Metz Old Stand.
All (ho ii0lth iliapcmuul wtlor.
,lul tin- for rly fall.
JIwijtliinK ";, Tl" u'oU
',' Jteiiou tied KNOV 11 ATS"-all
$f tld imbhy fIL'ijiyli'aiul colon.
' V"o hanillrta complete lino of
r STI5T80N8' best makes-
amine P'i" Kdiuluo IJKAVKU
Halt- H tylc.
lu lied, Gray,
value nt$l'lu, FRIDAY AND SAT-
l.2i nnd $1 W). FRIDAY AND SAT.
a. &r iw .-
IS' &-U- Ob "!
W H I II IM P 4f
Uneqnaled in the
V ! "
WHERE SHALL I BUY MY DRESS?
Where you can find the greatest variety
is your opinion, nnd cor tn inly it is, we desire
but come direct to us Our line is superb, embracing every novelty
oi the season. It's certainly worth your time to call and let us show
you ou unequaied line. Hats, made to match any costume, just
received on consignment. A largo lino of Ladies', Misses' and Children's
CHoaks, at Prices never before offered in this city. Remember
those who come first aro moio apt to find what they want and-to
get a fit. Very Respectfully, ;
RICHARDS, KLEIN & CO.
IT WON'T II ll
fl) ll.hly d i rued
whon Itt'oniKs tn
I5KJIIT IX IT.
A to lliu hlot mid
SUITS. iiiir lino In (lm)
mint ilcdmliln SullJfnit,rall.4
l " 3
ami Tain -' ' ;
Wo hato It led nut DulvuK in thU lino and ourafttortmciit
of Catsimciea and Womleiln wlllMazlu )our cyoa.
Uoiuaaud Kcatlictit. Xolhlnallko It In tho hlttoryof
ltopVlnivlllo'ii Clothlny trulo.
BErtT WAGON MANUFACTURED.
Como to seo us before you buy, wo will savo you monoy.
Wheat Sacks - - Wheat Saoks.
Wo bavo a largo stock of tho very best quality and wo soli thorn choap.
We Want You to Come
ntiJ go through onr fitock. Vo will bo glad to boo you and bcllovo that
wild joti oxatnino our goods and got our prices on lham.you willooo Ihot l
i to your interest to trado with us.
Wfi Wont tn Holl Vnn
PLOWS, HARROWS, DRILLS and
of all klu Is, which wo dought in largo lots for Cash and wo nroin:a position
to boII you choaperlthan you can buy adywboro olso.
Do You Want a Wind Mill ?
If ao, you want to boo ur immediately. Vo havo sold ond put into
operation moro Wind Mills this yoar thnn any other houso Iu Wostora
Kentucky and every ouo wo havo put out is giving nbsoluto salisfactl n.
Majestic Steel Range.
Best tliat lllOlieV mid Bkilled l&tmrcntl nmllim nml nt ll... n.uit nt nnmmnn
enst iron. Send for entnlointo outl full
And When You Want
Lumbor of any kind, rough or dressed. Or nny building douo, ramembot
that our "Lxcolsor Hanlng Mills" are nttll In tho lead, and wo havo thb beat
facilities and largest oxponenco as CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS. W
boat grade, whleli wo boiiaht bv tho ear
ever before. o boiight thora to Roll.
in iuu umuma uuu OIIUUIO IIIIUi Vo U
ty of goods. Buy Rots of Rook Salt.
FORBES & BRO.
I .S' .
k j I
New Carpets jnst.
OUIt FAULT II ihtiy atu not an
a any IIIIOADH'AV BU'KLU and
nitiorntIi IiiisIiics ?ult no uro
ovory kind of ogrioultural Implement
Also Hardware . .
and ovorytuiug olso on wheols. all of
lond nml tvlll Rnll there ntmnnlw td.n
Got our nrlccaon nnytblng you want
havo a complete Btock of tho best
wo nro Jioauquartora for Bono Kal
J UJll I lIUUJLMilJJl 9
to select from. If this,
DRE&& SHIRTS, .
griN SHOUT EVKllYTJUNd