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HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., JUNE 4. 1889.
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Ti:ko. E. Uabtmcv, Hiialnosa Manager
On eopj, Oct jwr, ttrlotly tub la .4-
lepy, Hz aontbi i,00
Opening Battles of tbo
pulgn of Atlanta.
SHERMAN'S STAB RISES.
To.od Hill sad Barnard lloort or Mill
Ore. C.p, alar SUV, tS04-Ri
Mar 11 la 10-Cuanila, Uf IB to 1.
H.w Hop Cu.reh. AUiUou Hills, Etc.
Mr IS to Jim Marehlnc Om Moan-
tain, mid BlTon.
lOoprrlcht, I6UB, br Amerloan Pies. Assodallao.1
Twenty-Ov. inn am Mar S. ISM Uoa.
Rborman ratio out from Chattanooga to lit-
fin Ms campaign against Atlanta, lie bad
ueeeotted Urtuil as oonunabder of tbo wvst-
Hoerntan commanded three, armies, that of
tbo Cumberland, under Tboniaa; tba Ohio.
order tfehoOolit, and tbo Tennessee, nmlor
atefherson. Combined they wer a noble
army, tried and true, in all W,7UT men. Thoy
boil puna. The cavalry rorco wno n,H9,
andor Gone. Renner Oarrard, E. MoCook,
Kllpauirk and Htowrnan.
Of dhtrman's threo
bold tbo rlRbt,
Thomas tlie center,
and UchoUold tbo
left To Oen. Mo
Hiersnn was allot
ted the most Im
portant task of the
army. It had boon
no part of tbo plan
to mako the real
attack OKainst Dal
es, jos JOURBTOK. ton on the front.
fortified as ll waa. The rood loading to It
was also flooded by a dam that had bean
thrown across Mill Creek. Tb main plan
was for MaPbarsrm to march southward to
Itasca and thus flank Johnston on tho west.
Kenaea was etKhteen miles south of Dalton.
It had been well fortlfluL Iu order to reach
it, Mol'berson moved through Hnnlie Creek
(lap In tbo mountain raugo. Russoa Is on
tbo direct road to Atlanta,
If tlia plan hod boon successful. Dalton
would bare been completely "turned," In
military parlance. But Johnston bail pre
ps ma for uns vary oontinitenry. tie
woll Informed of all tho movements of the
Union m-ralea no bad repaired the roads
leaduiir from Dalton to Ilesaco. and two days
days before McPherson raacbod tbo placo, bo
Bad sen! Canty's brigade tbilher to defend
Is. J Uis brijiudo waa at Coiup Creek.
This isfwlfr evt.r van, a Marvel of
portly, strenirtn sett whoiotwriroMi. More i
ooanmtral tba tlie ordinary kind, aid aa- ;
tot ba wold im oompettt.oa with lb e-uHltuda
twwMt, ittnrt wri. sluts or phosphate I
u-djn. Bold oolr In eana. .K'iY A t BaJL-
irltf I'UW MF.lt (ill., ivm W BJI nv, n. It
DR. R. E. CHRISTIAN,
Ofllro at my Prog Mora,
COU R NINTH AND CLAY TS.
'Jokaralaad. ' Jao ralaad.Jr.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
HOI'KINBVILLE, - KY.
will Praetlae la all Is Oaarta of this Oom-
MAP Or SilKRUAjTS atrrajica.
Grant aipuintrd May ft aa tbs day fia Sher
man so niarob anuuiward. On May ft, loot.
tberefura, uean tbo groat movement.
OSoa Of sr Bank of UopklaSTilla,
A. P. Campbell,
HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY.
OPBBAT1KO A PBOIALTT,
OiDo over M. Frankel & Boni'.
Dr. J. I. Z3T7ZtXXT,
MsDANIEL iLOCK, NCXT DOOR TO
IAN DEC A CLARK,
. EopkbsYille, Kentacky.
. Waltoa Foray. O. M. Ball
FORG-Y fe BELL,
- orriCI OVER riAMTIB't BANK.
Especial attention glron to (11 ItuaU
HENRY J. STITES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Dr. Wm. lUliFoqoa,
A.VSAaoINT, M. 1,
T. W. Huor, M.U
Office ovor ritniors Bink.
ON TO ATLANTA.
Tba queattos at aapp.Ua far lb It u-niT of
Mrlr luu.UUU mcti mna m anrioua oni Tha
onj routa waa by the aingl raUmiy track
from Naabnite to CbatUuooga. Tbii di
Uooa ww ISO aiUaa and had to be fuardrd
throughout Its wbol length. Aa tba army
ftdranovd Into Oanrgia It would be twirr anr
to lengthen oat tba railway track (mard atlfl
mora mod taka away from tba army yd owra
Aa Ik waa, tho ono railroad waa taxed to Its
atmoat oapodty to feed the threo arm km No
aurp.na oouid tberafor ba brought br It.
flow waa tbo auvaocuur army U bo proridvd
with au polio r
bharman mat tbo want, dm It by a mili
tary maaauro ao boroio that It Mraliad a
howl" ail alone tbo Utn, Uo Imwd an ordur
forblddlnf tbo uas ol tbo railway by drillans
at alL It was to ba naod strictly for trans
porting neooaary army suppllos. Further ,
ail eoinnianderi of poata wlUiln thirty miles
of rtaahvuio wars to haul out tltalr own sup
pllae by wagon, and filial I y all aoUUers aud
ail caUto on their way to tbo front were to
Dome "upon tbetr owu legs. "
Great was tbo wrath that arose with this
ordrr. Trepidant Lincoln was appeokd to to
modify It. He asked Sherman U It oouid not
be dona, Bharman aatwsrod that either the
army or tbo people must quit using the rail
rood, and tbat tuo army oouid not quit u Jos
Johnston was to be conquered. Afar that
bo bad bis own way. and tbo suplka wort
soon nearly doubled, am still thoy were not
large enough. Thereupon Bborniaa ordered
his master of tiantaporutiob to eelse all traine
tbat came Into LouUrvlile and Naahrllla, It
waa done, and another bowl was raised. Tbo
president of the Louisrlilo and Ntuhrlllo road
remonstrmtod. How oouid bo bring supplies
into naabTUis u bis trains were tnkenf For
reply Bborman wrote backi Boise ail trains
coming luto aieffersooTlUe, Ind."
This was done, and the supplies forwaraod.
In a little while cars and onglnea from almovt
rory road In ths north were running over
Sherman's road, aoouraulatlns supplies for
the army. Boms of them tadeed found their
way down to Georgia. "How tho railroad
companies over recovered their property or
tattled their transportation accounts 1 have
never beard," eays bborman.
Tbs Orst objective point of the Union artnf
was Dalton, Ua. This town is thirty-nine
miles south of Cbattauooga and ninety-nine
miles north of Atlanta, itotweon Bberman
and Dalton lay forty mlios of moon tain
raiigos. Between Dalton and Atlanta lay,
first, a broad valley with two rivers, tho
Etowah and the Oostanaula, flowing tbroueh
It Then came more rugged mountain ranges,
and after thorn tho Chattahoootieo river.
That pasted, Atlanta lay in a plain bofore
the eye. Tuo reglou was beautiful and plct
ROCKY FACE AND BUZ2!ARD R008T,
While McPherson was morlnir around west
of itaJton, 'i nomas and HchnHuUI oonllnuod
to move forwanl aaUuit Johmtons front
May 7, titers wns a
at liurucartl lloont
colled Mill Crock
Gap, botweon the
Port of Howard's
and Hooker corps
roaliy reached tho
mouth of tbo paf
and climbed Its
aides, but wore
forced to re tiro.
Preciaely as they
had done In Feb
ruary before, tbo
Confederates hurled tbo won of stones and
great rocks from tbo heights down upon their
Tboaiai moved down from Mnrcrold to
Tunnel Hill and occupied It May 7. At tho
time uen. ucnnficld was msrchlnff di
rectly aown upon uaiton from tbo north.
(J rant and bbermon had nlaunod to movi
(dmultsneously.and they did aa May 4 die
Army oc iuo i-otomao rrotHOU the iUpidan
with Grant at Its head and btyon tho ntove
on to lucUuKMid," and May a tbo weRtern
army under Hhornmn started tbo uiaxvb aud
tho cry, "On to Atlanta.
Hni'horson started aouth towards IUsara
Viy 7. Ills lnstruUoua had been to move
rapidly through Su&ke Crook Oao to tho
rwiroatf loouing aouta from Dalton, destroy
as much of tho railroad as ho oouid In a short
time and return to Snake Creek Gap and
Meimcrson followed tostrrcuoua. Mar 8
no reocnea nnaae crees uan. - As a docu
ment in the nature of a prophecy Shermans
histrnctions to McPherson at this time havo
a curious bitrert. The chief wrote to the
commander of his own old army:
l nope uie enemy wiu tight at Dalton, In
wtiico case he can
have no force there
(at Rosftca) that can
Interfere with you;
but abould hts poli
cy bo to fail back
. :j?,.fw jou wuj lilt bun in
do not fail
tbat event to
make the most of
the opportunity by
the most vigorous
attack possible as
om. jou acHomtLD. m h;,0 )Mt ,
son to apprehend, a slow pursuit, lu which he
gains etrongth as we lose it"
What bherman appnthwded was, la fact,
what came to pass.
Johnston, at DalUm, had becgod tbo au
thorities at Richmond over and again to send
bun ro-eafonxtnents. Tbey refused to do so
a nice ho promised to mako the campaign an
offensive one. On this and other pretexts
Johnston wot left all winter and till tho
ipring was nearly pone confronting a force
doulile his own. At length, seeing signs that i
the Union armies ware certainly iMlng to
move against bun, be sent, May 4, an urgont
requost that part of Polks cooiinand should
bo given to him. Polk v army was thoa in
Alabama and Mississippi This request of
J on nitons wst at last oompuod with, out It
wot not till Bharman was actually upon bun
that the troops arrived.
self there till the oltTor annles camo up.
If McPherson bad either entered Ilosaca or
token position on tlie railroad north of it,
bhcrman and tlie Union hlttorlans are of
opinion that a great disaster would then and
there havo fallen upon Johnston at tho very
beginning of this famous campaign. Bat
Johnston himself Is of the opposite opinloa.
It is well to know both sides. Johnston, on
his part, declares that If McPheraon had taken
either of UieooursM suggested his whole army
would liavo been destroyed. Johnston says
no would have attacked McPherson with such
advantages of numbers and position as would
nave inmiroa nis destruction.
Tho Union plan of campaign was changed.
inererore. to meet mm new situation- Hiun I ...- mr i ..- . w- ...... .
Ani. -.ia T Ki- vur -oxercuan laiiar uemnanis JtDco rants it price mat WAt tctrcclr one-Li f thm cost of the. ham matarfar atmrir . !,- t,.mAnuA4
whole army through Snake Creek Gap upon wlth P"i of bundredi of mother in HopklnoTule and Chrlatitn county, who hm alwaji heretofore had to worry thtlr Uvea moat out to Hod the
May 10, bo saw tbat Johnston was still at
Dalton. All of Bhormaus cavalry bad not I
yet come up, and be was waiting for Garrard
and btoncman to Join the infantry. May 10.
however, Hooker's corps, tbo Twentieth, was
ordered down to McPherson at Snako Creek
Gup. May 11, the general gavo orders for
tho full movement forward. He left Howard
and tbo Fourth corps at Bussord Iloost Gap
witu Bionemane cavalry.
In tbo rugged country tho movements of
tbo groat army ware necessarily slow, and It
MORE BOYS' ODD KNEE PANTS
During the last tlx wecki than hire been sold In Ilopkiuarllle during at mnaj yean before.
TJT'R TTAROrTR AT? P. Ut Tliere hneTerbeenrepotabletock of thorn kept here.
JMUJXtOJXHfO -XXVrj. ldt Th. price. Riked for them hTelway. been beyond the reach of everybody.
WHEN WE OPENED UP
was not till May IS that the Union force went
through Snake Creek Gap with tboir faces
But during tba night of May 13 Johnston,
marcuing easily and swiftly by the good
roods he himself bad made and for tilled.
evacuated Dalton with bis whole army and
movod down to Resaca and took up position
there. Tho army In front of him outnum
bered him two to one. But Reaaca was well
fortified, aud If tbo battle came Johnston had
Uie groat advantago of fighting behind ln
By May 13 Polk In person had reached
Jolmston with ro-onfercements. Polk, llardeo
and Hood were now commanders of the three
parts of Johnatous force, called corps In the
As scon as Howard found that Dalton was
empty bo occupied It with his corps. Then
bo ciikliod on In pursuit of Johnston.
Itouica U utuated on the rhzht bank of tbo
crooked Oostanaula river. At Resaca this
winding stream flows from oast to west
Snake creek is a little stream that flows into
the Oostanaula south of RaMica,
May 11 Johnston suspected that Sherman's
army was about to move toward Snake Creek
Gap. He had ordered Wheelers cavalry to
mass a reconuouaance to ascertain If such
was the fact Gen. T. C Hutdmoa Infantrr
supported him. Wheeler moved out at day
break, to the northward, around Rocky Face
rid go. In the direction of Tunnel HiU. There
be mot btoDomans cavalry, coming on to
join Sherman, with a train of 400 loaded
wagons. A sharp engageineut took Diane
between Wheeler and Stoneman, in which
the Union force was driven back and I AO
men were captured. Then Wheeler returned
and reported to his chief that the Union
army was moving southward. Thereupon
Johnston at once started southward too, Aud
met tnera at itesaca.
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Tlie Tired IVCotlxei: &,
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AND SO WE ARE GLAD
TLat we have been fortunate enough to secure another large lot of Tailors' Ujninanti which we hare had nude'up Into Boys' Knco Pants, and can
Give You Choice of 400 Pairs for 75c.
We have now a larger stock of Boys' and Children's Clobhint than all ' the stocks in the city
: combined, and at prices that can't be touched. .'.
uniiu a nine f lannel Bailor Bulls, with Silk Embroidered Collars, worth
" " " " Better, " . " ,....!'$135 '
Nsat Striped Butts, ...... 125
" Check ; ...!.! . !'. 190 -
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' AND WE ARE CHANGED WITH THEM.
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on." ?J.nI'1 lll,nk w tr doln,r mon lbt Wo not onlr ,ellln Clothing cheap, but Furnishing tioods sr. out to the hotiom. Ixiok at the Per
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: RESACA MAY 14-16.
Folk held Johnston loft, and rested bis
flank agates tbo Oostanaula. Opposed to
him waa Murhersoti. wbosa right rated
also against Dm Oostanaula river, two miles
below the town.
twoen Polk and McPherson. May 14 tba en
gagement waa goneraL Hood held John
ston's right, Ilardes tba eenter. Hood's
troops lay around Baasoa.
mat or ajaaca.
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Largs Sampls Uooms. Hess Rystom Csll Dull..
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Snsolsl Bates by tha Week.
(Under New Management.)
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beat elty work, fltrenlal attention siren to
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HAP Or DALTOK. .. '
At Dalton tho Coiifrderato army hod lain
for bis mouth Tbeir elfectlvo force num
bered, at-coi-dirift to Union report, 48,000,
witb nearly 5.0U0 cavalry. They had passed
the winter roorultuijj aud preiKiriiiK for tbo
iprlog caiiinaitt. Ueu. iobustou hlmsolf
my mat be had truly 4J..VXJ men of oil arms.
Neither was ha stronflr furtidoit thero. ho
writes. Tbo stroriRost Confederato works
wore at Atlanta, and to that city tho Confed
erate army was prepared to retire at short
On tha Union march southward a nortlon
of Thomas' command was already Jot IUiiff
cold, eighteen miles from Cbattunooga. Jn
February ho bod made a demonstration
Stfoinat Tunuol iiili and Bussord Roost Pass,
through which tbo railway led into Dalton.
After that demonstration tha troops retired
to Ringgold and remained there.
May a Ueu. Hborman rode out to King-
1(1 tho inarch southward was ttogun.
7 Qoa. Thomas moved onoo
UursiKiTiixs, Ur ! agaliisi TuaatH IliU aod goct yawjiyga.
8NAKE CREEK GAP.
By referonoe to tha map tho reader will
tbo windings of Snake crook, and the famous
rap in tlie mountains which notes tho next
ten tn the urosresi of Shermans army.
Mcrheraon passed southward to tho west of
Dalton, as ordered, and appeared before
BnakoCreekOapMuyO. KII patriots! cavalry
in the advance. According to Union ac
counts his movement was a surprise to the
Confederates. Oen. Johnston says, however.
that It was not a surprise. He had made his
fortifications strong at Resaca and prepared
to move bis army thero at a moment's notice,
oecause Kesaca was too more tenable placo.
Hnolio Crook Gap was left unguarded, be-
oauso it was regaraea as oc tens importance.
and would require a larger body of troops to
bold It than lleaaoa.
Finding Bnako Crook Gap unoccupied by
Confederates, McPherson moved on through
It. Ho had with him 23,000 men of tho dow
er of tho western army, Sherman's own old
Army of tha Tennessee. Hborman gavo him
thia army and tho advance because bo con
Idorod UcX'borson's task so Important Tho
chief lays, moreover, that no found Thomas'
army bod bad so much work and glory that
he found the other commands a litilo jealous
ou this account, and so endeavored to equal
. Sherman earnestly desired that McPherson
should enter Resaca and attack tho Confed
erato post there. . Then Johnston would bo
between two anii.es, and would be forced ts
retreat to tbs east of fcsaca. MoPhorson at
tacking from the west. BchoOeld and Thorn
hs would then follow up with tho "instant
pursuit ot what I (Sherman) expected to be a
i broken aud disordered army.
At Hp. m., May 9, 8herman received a note
from McPherson saying that ho was within a
mile and a half of the railroad loading to
ftesaca. The only Confederates he bad met
were a small cavalry brigade Canty's at
the inner entrance of Snake Crock Gap, and
rere easily driven bofore him. At tins
nowi "we all felt Jubilant," says Gen. Sher
McPherson had not received positive orders
to attack, but It wus expected bo would do so.
Ho eoutlnued to advanoo towards Jlossca.
Sherman hod told McPherson that In any case
the armies north of him would prevent John
ston front turulng on blra alone.
But when ho neared Itesoca be round it
heavily dooudod by a Confederate force.
Johnston bail sent Gen. Hood hastily down
with three infantry division
The Union armies to tho north believed
thoroughly that McPherson had eutered Re-
bborman was suntruod, uioreioro, on
the some ovenlmr of May 0 to receive a mes
sage from him that ho bad found tho Confed
erato force too heavy at Resaca, and that ho
bod raUon bock to a strong posiuoa on uie
Resaca side of Snako Creek Gap.
Sherman was disappointed. Ho beliovod
that MaPherson could havo "walked into Re
aaca" or else havo takan a position across the
railroad uKlkei tbat wiai. and bstf bka-
Johnston bod been enabled to mako Uie
complete disposition of his forces May Ut, by
tho tactics of tho Confederate Geo. Lorlne.
All of May 13, while Sherman's troops ware
arriving, be had, with bis division, kept
sicj'uorson ousuy engaged at the front, and
held him in check about a mile from Reason.
During thli time Polka and Hardee's troops
were arriving, the first from tho west, tho
ssooud from Dalton. By May 14, when tho
Datuo too place, sioanstoa bad been re
enforced by more than 1&,000 men, so that bo
now had nearly 00,000 men with which to op
pose Sherman. They were also to havo tbo
advantage of fighting behind IntreochraeGts,
which would much more than omuterbaianoe
the rentaining difference hi numbers.
Hood was a desperate fighter and had come
from the oast to tho western arn$ with a
record that few generals on either side bad
inade. Ho was scarred and crippled from
bottle wounda. At Gettysburg his arm was
shot through and through, so that it forever
aftor remained shriveled and useless. At
Chickomauga, Sunday, Sept SO, 1803, ho
again received a terrible wound, ono of his
logs being so shattered that amputation was
Still, with ono leg gone and ono arm use
less. Hood did not loave tba Confederato
army, but pressed on at tho head of his com
mand to the very last. In army circles ho
was called "that one armed, one legged fight
ing devil, Hood." It was not true, however.
that ho had only ono arm, though ono waa
useless, Alter caickaraauga bo was made a
Tho battle of Resaca, May IS. was largely
roughs with aru
lory. The boom of
hundreds of cannon
startled tbo rocks
and crags and made
tho quiet mount-
sins echo with tho
mighty thunders of
war. - '
Atsunrias May 14 3
the bottle opened.
By 0 o'clock tho
lighting was goner-1
Tito battle be
gan with McPher
on the Union
right The tido
rolled onward to
wards the center, and anon Hooker. TTownrt.
and Palmer were all engaged. McPherson,
on tbo right, was protected by awllpatrickt
While tho fighting at Itesaca went on.
Mny 14, Sherman sent Gen. Ken nor Garrard
south along Uie railroad with hts cavalry.
Garrard bad orders to cross the Oostanaula,
U possible, going along tho Homo road. Ho
was told to attack or threaten tho railroad
at oomo point between Calhoun and King
ston. In front of Resaca was Camp Creek,
where Canty's brigade bad waited for Mc
Pherson, May ft It was about this station,
Mny 14, that tho hottest of the righting waa.
Tbo Union center hero drove tbo Confeder
ates through Camp Crook Valley and Hooker
crossed the creek.
But the Camp Creek ground was loot again.
At nightfall. Hood, the crippled fighter.
pressed forward from tho intrench rmmts on
the Confederato right, drove back tho Union
con tor, and repctneesed Camp Creek Valley.
On tho Uulou right McPherson had been
able to driyo Poiktrom his position and take
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Q4aJsPr, gal TKcmrH oIa Iwslasasmd qniok ears fbi
XafaaU amd CJtlldiWa Ooaaylainto- Snpari0raaW70at:
rnynf w aawoofl oympa. UhlJclroa cry for Caatoriaw Mil"
ex aaotAars fcipaa latoria- ,.
Oaatotia cures Colte, OotMtlpatloa
Hour Btomach. ItiafriuBa. Rr-uriavlinn t
Otveo healthy aleep aiao aida dlgestkM
W levaaj Silii wwaaltf Jimi sju-jgi.
M I racemmaiW fJastoria for ohlMrfn'ar
fBompiajnta, aa aupenor to any prraciipUoa
uwiii vm Dir.- a. a. abohri
CHUL H. D..
, Brooklyn, M.T.
Ill So. Oxford St.,
Oaaram Ouauinr, 17 Kurray 6t liewTork.
boon re-I MWmiiwiiwiVftWttmiiiitmwniiitmuii
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If you are in need of anything in the
Call on us and -we will supply you at
Pnces that are bound tb please. Un-;
dertakers Goods of , every de
scription, also promptly and
Satisfactorily Furnished. ' . " ,.'
Thompson & McReynolds, ;
Main Street EIopllx2.svlllo, JZZsr.
Renshaw & Brasher,
Mala Street, FTLK'S OLD STAND
UKMBT BLOCK, :
isar a ruu uas or
ALL KINDS OF
AEDI0BII, BOCEIira CIAIE3,
Complete Parlor, Chamber and Dining Sets.
1 Everythlntr Wanted by the House-Keeper.
ALL THE VERY LATEST STYLES,
At the Very Lowest Prices!
A SPECIALTY. A Cemclett lias ef Vstallla and Wood Coffin.
and Casket i tnd Burial Sobei. All Ordiri Promptly Atttindtd to.
mm ', ".' Renshaw & Brasher.
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trK. linn . iji i n i Trrn i i inr nnn Knn TrTi
static fV 6.4.121 aO. VV UUU slLCOiUttl
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.t I ' IoU!T..Unl Eipoaltloe, Bsro.lo,,pla at the Vlr(lala ,
" i . .. ta.0elittlalMUwiraa4aeTaraairata.U IrlaU la rraaos aad Tuala. ..
It Leads All Others Stands Without an Equal.
Every msnhlas Is perfectly eoaitruetod and of tho blshest quality Oslloa as before you
buy a reaper orartwor and aaiiafj jrutirMll ol Uta star Its of IhU griil Ssrreur.
We also handle Russell & Go's Steam !
.. Threshers and Traction Engines, ,
Whteh stand st ths bead is all partlenlan. ftome one wi bsfousd st our ronmi,dsy and
sign, to furnish repairs and auppllssof all kinds for oar machinery, call oa us bsiors jou boy.
Blpklaa'Caraar, Cor. 1Mb aad Mala SU. UOPKINSVILLI, KT j
T. a HaXBEBT.
m, r. snariB.
People's x- Warehouse,
(raraiarif n.pUnsTlUs WarskMas,) ;
HANBERY & SHRYER, Prop'rs. i
Railroad Bt, bet 10th and 11th.' . . . HOPK1N8VILXK, K Y.
(Uril AtustiM OUifl u SmusUosmU Sls s!l T.teuoCMslatMd t.ta.
Uberat AStaaaas oa I.sasss H Hera. ' H4 gsarlert tor Iiusi lad luaitM
' - Caldwell Eandle, - ;
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, - :i ... MAKurACTUBiita or '
GALVANIZED IN, CORNICE, WINDOW CAPS,
- twim, me EI7TU in us m l mm,
."1 ,! . ... . .. - (
. i UDSUUM l . .
Tinware,' Glassware, Queensware, Cutlery and Lamps.
Ninth, St. i ; ZopklnaviUe, Ky.
BETWKEH SIXTH AMD XVZXTaf BTM-,
CFIllST-CLASS IK ALL APPOINTMEOTS.
POPULAR PRICE $2.00 to $2.50 Per Day.
ET-'IS- ZEPJESOCXOIS, Fxcpxletoz.
Om ml tks Baas ans4 m SSeaS PaaivamlaaiU. Kscstsi Sletsi. la Ua City.
BRYANT & STRATTON Business College