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2jopMn$uille jRcntuckiatt. tcesdayTmaech ''V,T8!ia PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. Julm A. Twyniau has returned from Florida. Mr. P. C. Hichnrdson lias gone cat to buy goods. Mm. J. C. liuckuer and boii have returned from Henderson. Mm. A. P. Campbull ha returned from a vwit to l'umbroke. Mihs Fannie Garnett, of i'ombroke, in visit iny friends in the city. Mr. 0. M. Lat hum left yesterday for New York to buy spring good. Mii Talibin Homer, of Olarksville, visited Sirs, liuill- Waller last week. Mm Jolm O. Jtust i visiting her sister, Mm. Sam M. Gaines, of Frank fort. Miss Samniio White, of Julien, is viHitiiig the family of Mr. H. B. Mr Key nolds. Miss Sallin Mt-Kinstry, of Provi dence, is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. C. V. Mete.llfe. Mr. J. I). Hnssell returniHl Sunday from a live weeks' visit to California und other western States. Mr. .Tus. IJoyd, of Denisou, Tex., stopix-d over in the city to see his parents last week. Ho 'iu nnroute east to buy (foods for his house DEATHS. Willis V. Muchen, a well known uuil popular young mull of l'riinvtim. died on Feb. 24th of lung troubles, lie was, when taken sick, a traveling Hulesiuan for a Cincinnati bouse. Miss Lucio Lundcr, of Princeton, Ky., (i most estimable young lady who had many relatives in this county, died on Feb. 21th. Mrs.-Mary E. Trimble, widow of Rev. S. Y. Trimble uuil a sister of Rev. U. W. Moreheml, of Prini'eton, Ky., died at liiisHellvilleon Pel). 22ml. She was at one time with her husband a lluptist missionary to Africa. Miss, ISirdiu Puller died at Kelly on Feb. 2.'nd. Mrs. Faulkner, mother of Hutch Faulkner, died at Julien Sunday night, a-ed nlsiut 80 years. F. A. Woodson, formerly of Croltou, died at Springfield. Teiin., last wwk. colored. Eight months-old chilil of Johu Williams, in the city, Sunday. Peerless Minstrels t Trenton. At 5 o'clock last Friday ntlernoon, after no little pn-pnratiou, the sixteen inemlicnt of tho IVorliws Minstrel Company Ixmrded the train for Tren ton. Miss Rosa Stoinhngi'ii, Mm. T. V. Moore and Messrs. C). F. Steiu hagen ami 11. VV. Tiblw had gone on .thouoon train to prepare the way, and when w arrived everything was as lively as the cold weather would allow. We immediately rejMiired to the hotel, lugging most of the ba gage, and found that well-known, joviul fellow, Jim C'ubaiiiss, presiding over tho tablo which was tilled with everything a hungry man could do airo. After thus satisfying ourwJves we loafed down the street toward the hall, Ulking with the boys and 8 o'oloek found us all- "as black as any tnr pot." The curtain rose amid cheers from tho eager and apprecia tive audience. The house was a very satisfactory one and the program was carried out to perfection, tho boys making their usual "hits." All the characters ill "Jimmy Suwdust's Courtship acquit ted themselves with great credit. The only feature lacking was tho donkey. After the performance, which lusted until 11 o'clock, it was announced that dancing was next on the program. Most of the audience remained and enjoyed dancing by our orchestra un til a lato hour. It was not nt an early hour that we were awakoued, but wo had ample time to take breakfast, gather our baggugoand catch tho S). -08 train for homo. We rushed down to the depot only to find the train one hour late. Well, wo thought that was all right, but hooii tho operator said "hIio will bo hero at noon." Then came the moans and groans, but wo wulked and made music and whiled tho time away very easily. At 11:30 tho train came, and soon wo wore nt homo. A purty of twelvo or fifteen joined us at Pembroke and mado the crowd the merrier. CITY COURT NEWS. Ed Cole, charged with a breach of the peace, in cutting at and hacking the clothing of Frank Allen, was lined S and coats. Settled. The parties were both colored. . Vim. Mayo, col., petit larceny, givon 80 days in the work houso. Spencer Leavoll, col., chnrgod with stealing coal, waived examination, and was hold over until Circuit Court. Tom Henry, col, drunk and suspi cious character, $10 aud costs. Sent to work houso. Honry claimed when arrested that ho was a Croniu detect ive in search of tho lait ono of tho parties connected with the murder of Dr. Crouin. William White, col., was arrested Sunday on a warrant charging him Willi retailing liquorvvithout a license. Thoro' aro four indictments against him, found two years ago. Ho is uow in juil and will bo tried at this term of Circuit Court. A doaf and dumb tramp, hailintr from Nashville, was locked up Sunday night and nllowod to leave, the city yesterday morning early. There wero forty-seven arrests inude by the police during last month, , CREAM OF NEWS. ' Killed by a Fellow Patient, As a result of overcrowding of our Asylum wards, a muu was killed early Sunday morning by another lunatic, who occupied the samo room. The room was on ward No. 6 and ono of tho largest in tho building. Five men slept iu it. Just about (lawn Sunday morning Joseph Coffey, -of Ohio county, stealthily arose, took a bodslat from his own beilstcau niiu quietly struck J. M. Farmer tl roe murderous blows on tho head. Tho victim uinde no outcry, having been doubtless rendered unconscious by tho first blow. The assailant quietly went back to his own Ix'd and was ap parently asleep wheu the door was openi'il by the attendant at 5:15 a. m. Two other patients naw ColTey with the slat in his hand, one saw him strike, but did not know that any mischief hud lxcu done. One of them saw him put the slut back under his bod und retire. No alarm was given. Tho skull was fractured just nlxjve tho ear. Dr. Dulin, the coroner, was sum moned early Sunday morning and gathered such facts as ho could out of the character of testimony. All five of tho occupants of the room wero quiet and supposed to lx as harmless as any palieuts in the building and no quarrel hud occurred Ix'twccn tho men. Storm Losses Overlooked. Culviu G. Luyne, on tho Fttirviow pike, lost.two bums and a great deal of fencing. Jno. L. Moseley also last one barn and some fencos. Mrs. S. A. Buckuer, of Longviuw, had a barn and buggy house blown down and several vehicles ruined. John Jones, of South Christian, had a cabin demolished and a barn and stable budly damaged. At Guthrie, Tx!d comity, Polk Prince had four barns blown down and his line residence nearly unroofed. Junius Poiham's fine aud prolitabli orchard was nearly ruined. The storm extended tell miles further to Kcysburg, where much damage of a like character was done. At Beverly, P. A. Watkins lost throe barns and Mrs. J. X. Johnson lost all of her out-buildings, iu ono of which her niKr and binder was stored. R. T. Word also lost one barn. Greou Moore, of the Ilntnby dis trict, whose house was destroyed, is a white man and not colored as staled. The houso was tho proxrty of Isaac Cook, from whom Mr. Moore rented. Circuit Court, Circuit Court convened yostorduy with tho dtx-ket as follows: Contiuncd equity cases 106 Equity apxariinces March, 1890. . 35 Continued common law cases March, 18tX 30 Common law appearances for March, 18U0 .- . 44 Xo. cases on Commonwealth's dcx-ket for March term, 181)0.. 170 Total cases 444 Arrests for February. Grand larceny 7 Running hotel without license 3 hack . " 1 Jumping on train.... 1 Breach of peace 7 Petit larceny 3 Tramps . 2 Drunk aud disorderly 23 Total 47 W. D. Esms, Chief of Police,. Thrown From a Horso. Wilbur Grissam was thrown from a homo last Friday near tho end of tho Newsteitd pike, about throe miles from town and considerably hurt. Tho horso was running aud Grissam was not ablo to con trol him. Ho was picked up by Mr. C. E. Sivley aud Mr. Boyd and sent homo in a badly bruised con dition, though no Innies wero broken. Shooting nt Garrettsburg. Suturdav afternoon last Hurry Wnl- dou and Grant Bell, col., had a diffi culty -at Garrettsburg. BotU men drew revolvers and commenced iirmg at each other. Walden fired two shots aud Bell throe. No damage was done except from ono bullet from Waldeu's pistol, which struck Jno. Quartos, col., inflicting a slight flesh wound. No arrests have yot boon mndo. Grand Jury Empaneled Yesterday, Posey. J. Glass, foreman: Alex Camnlxsll. John G. Fritz, Peter Mor gan, col.; Jolm B. Martin, Adam Robinson, G. C. Brasher, W. H. Sizo moro, Frank M. Quartos, Clins. Har rison. Ira F. Ellis, Watt .Summers, col.; D. E. Fowler, col.; W. H, Boyd, J. W. Boyd, J. W. i,ylo. An Ico Spell. The long lookod for cold spell came Saturday and yesterday in some sec tions a very thin and poor quality of ico was bohiir houBod. With another cold day tho spell would have been a good one, but alas! tho wuvo has passed. School Report. General average iu District 23: Mary Major i... , SMi Fannie Lou Reynolds !)5 John Major 1)3 Annie May Reynolds i)3 Ivy ileacham ri Isaac Major 1)1 Edward Maior 91 Eddie Reynolds.' !H) John Reynolds.' 8!) Teacher. Immigrants and returning voyagers find in Ayei's Sursapnrilla a euro for eruptions, boils, pimples, eczema, etc., whether resulting from Bea-diot aud life on ship-board, or from any other causo. Its value as a tome and alter ative medicine cannot be overesti mated! HERE AND THERE. Wanted, a copy of tho Kentcckux of Juno 21, 188!). Watch tho date opixisito your name on your paper. It shows when your time is out, Puro bred Plymouth Rock eggs for sule. Apply at this office. R. M. Wooldriflgo, livery, food & sule stable, Fritz' stand. Telephono 142.' Buy Eureka coal of Whoeler & Ed mundsou. Whoeler, Mills & Co's ware house. "Town Lots,"a laughable comedy was presented at the Opera House r riday night. Fur rent, a largo dry goods store nx):n on X. W. Cor. Main and Dth streets. D. J. Gish. Tjio extra Bout h bound passenger train which has lieon passing hero at 1 i)i p. m. hits not l)oen taken off. Rev. F. T. Lat ho preached on "Tlie fiiblo Proofs of Vnivorsalisin," at the I'uivorsalist church Sunday night. The members of the Latham Light Guards will contest for the company modal ut tho armory to night, March 1th. Wm. Jordan, Into of Logan county, litis moved to Kelly, Ky., to engage in tho manufacture of hogsheuds and brooms. Rev. J. F. Dugg preached at the llaptist church Sunday morning and Rev. J. T. Barrow filled tho pulpit at night. Revs. Stubblefield and Collins have Ixhmi carrying on a rousing revival at I he Pee Deo Methodist church for the last two weeks. " Tho wjrk of putting in the electric plant at tho Asylum is going ahead rapidly. The wires aro partly laid ami the work is expected to lx done iu alxmt two weeks. Tho old derrick nt tho abandoned gas (?) well was blown down last week during the high winds. It may bo that the derrick had something to do with raising the wind. Walter S. Xfathews will apxw at the Opera Houso to-morrow night in a new drama, "Nature, or a Woman's Love." Mr Mathews is fast making a reputation iu tragedy. Ho appeared here a season or two back in Richard III. His support this bcusou is unu sually strong. Prices as usual. Mr. J. A. Suell, who has lxeu with A. A. Metz, tho dry goods merchant, for several years, has resignod to ac cept tho poiition of head salesman with R. W. Roach, of Henderson, late of Clarksvillo. Mr. Snell is an exper ienced and valuable man in the dry goods business. We regret to see him leavo Hopkinsville. Fairvicw Mills, Ross A. Rogers, agent. Waroroom at Randle & Ely's, opposito riiu'iiix Hotel. Telephone. Five prisoners broke jail and es caped from tho Princeton jail last week. Jim Groom, col., was in for roblx-ry and Thos. Beard, Frank Nichols, Jim Oaither, col., and Geo. Boyd, col., for violating the prohibi tion law. They worked their way out with chisels and crow-bars furnished from the outside. Miss Annie Hull, a young lady of Louisville, Ky., who w as spending tho whiter with the family of dipt. J. B. Briggs, at Juniper, Fla., was drowned lust week while bathing in the Atlantic Ocean. She was a grand-daughter of tho lato Nimrod Long, of Russellvillo, and daughter of W. C. Hall, of Louis ville. Tho city assessment usually made in January has not yet been begun. The City Council agreed to wait until after the Republican primary, Capt. McDaniel, the city assessor, being a candidate for a county office. As that event has uow transpired, tho as sessment will probably be taken with out further delay. Tho H. B. Garner Drug Company is the uamo of a stock company that has bought out tho drug stock of H. B. Garnor, who mado an assignment last week. W. T. Radford, Jolm W. McPherson, F. W. Dabnoy and W. R. Ely are tho principal stockholders. Business will bo continued at tho sumo stand with Dr. H. B. Garnor as pharmacist and W. R. Ely and James Radford as salesmen. Tho company is a strong ono and will do a good business from tho start. MATRIMONIAL. Dr. E. T. Hughes aud Miss Mattie J. Armstrong will be married ut Fair view to-mdrrow morning at 10 o'clock. Tho coremony will -take place at tho Methodist church, Rov. J. W. Lewis, of this city, ' officiating. Immediately thereafter the young couple will como to this city and tuko the southbound train for an extended tour to the south ern cities. They will bo absent about ten days, Dr. Hughes is a prominent and rising young physician of Fair view. He was raised at Allonsville, Ky., and rocoivod his medical educa tion at Vandorbilt. ' Graduating a year ago he located at onco at his present home and has built up a good practice and so conducted himsolf in all things as to gain the good opinion and friendship of all who know him. His charming brido is tho only daugh ter of Dr. R, Armstrong, ono of tho best known physicians of the two counties iu which Fafrview is situated. She is a young lady of many admira ble quuliticH and is hi every fitted to briug suiishiuo und happiness into the life of her fortuuute young husband, The Kkntcckian wishes for them a happy and joyous future. There is a damrer in imnure blood Thoro is safely iu taking Hood's Sar- Bapanlla, tne groat blood purilier, 100 doses one dollar, REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. Anderson, Tioyd, rrovrsejltensliaw , l'VIiuid, Ilogars and Courtney, Jailer and Assessor Still In Doubt. The Republican primary election was held Suturday and a pretty full vote was polled, considering the very inclement weather. Tho following candidates had no opposition: For county judge, A. II. Anderson; county clerk John P. IVj.vjo: county sheriff, John Bjyd; sun'oyjr, U. S. Rogers, of Kelly; fj.- co;ia'y attorney John Poland, Jr., Viju a.i easy victory over Harry Forgusjn. F. H. Ronshaw appears to have beaten B. T. Underwood for school superintendent by good majority. Jonas Courtney was tho only candidate whoso name was on all tho poll books for coroner und ho is doubtless nominuted, ul though several Uegroes wero voted for in tho city districts. Tho assessor's raco is close betwoen J. W. Lillard, col., R. T. McDaniel and M. A. Littlefield, the present in oumbent. Tho race is reported to be between Lillard and Littlefield, with hances in favor of tho colored caudi dato. For jailor Jno. W. Hanbery, Juo. B. Everett and Juo. G. Andorson nro running a close race. Both Hanbery end Everett are claiming tho nomina tion, which it will take the official count to-morrow to decide. Iu the city magisterial district, T. C. Tinsley aud Newt. Campbell, col., were nominated for magistrates and Andrew Hon for constable. The Spring Medicine. The jxjpularity which Hood's Sar- supurula Uus guuieu as a spring medi cine is wonderful. It possosses just those clementH of healtn-giviug, uuxxl uurifving and appetite-restoring which everybody seems to need at this season. Do not continue in a dull, tired unsatisfactory condition when you mav bo so much Ixmeiiited by Hoods Sarsaparilla. It purifies tho blood aud makes tho weak strong. Grauk Vincent, the welWkuown traveler, author of tho recently pub lished book, "Around and About South America," and of a forthcoming work on Central America, furnishes an elalxjrato leading article on "The Republics of Contral America," in the March number of Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, Guatemala, Hon duras, Salvador, Nicaragua aud Costa Rica are graphically described with numerous and beautiful illustrations, making a contribution of the highest intrinsic interest, as well as of pecu liar timeliness iu connection with the work of the Pan-American Congress Other illustrated articles offor attrac tions in a variety of directions nota bly Frederick Daniel's charming de scription of Richmond; Virginia's his toric capital; "The Music of All Na tions," as exemplified at tho Pans Exposition; "Where Garfield was Cuunl-boy," au account of a leisurely voyage on tho Ohio Canal; ''Ostrich Feathers," from tho bird to the bon net; "The Pictographie Autobiogra phy of a Sioux Chief, etc. Alfred H. Guernsey begins a series of his torical papers on Frederick the Great. The serial and short storios are al ways a special feature of the Popular Monthly, while its pictures are more numorous and excellent than over. If your boy has a taste for natural history buy him the Now York Ledger for March 1, and have him read the first of a series of articles by Profes sor John Henry Coinstock, of Cornell University, on the study of insects which aro useful, as well as of those which are destructive to life and veg etation. They deal, however, purtic- ulurly with the posts which ravage grain, rice and cotton lauds. A Pleasing Sense Of health and strength renewed and of ease and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with nature to effectually cleanse the system when costivo or bilious. For sale in BOo aud $1.00 bottles by all loading druggists. The Arizona disaster was much worso than at first reported. Fifty lives were lost and the affair was a imlar Johnstown calamity on a smaller scale. Three towns iu tho vulloy wore destroyed. LEMON ELIXIR . Its Wonderful Effect on the Liver, . Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Blood. -MVlni,' T.omnn F.liYtr in R pleasant lomon drink, Uiat positively euros ail Ullioiisuess, juhlipuuou, Indigostion, all Bick and Norvous Headaches, Auluoy Disease, uizzmess, Loss of appetite, Fevers, Cliills, Palp itation of Heart, and all other diseases nmiadil w rliBrtrrlitrfvl liver, ntomneh and kidneys, the first great cause of all fatal diseases. bOets. and 1 per bottle. Sold by druggists. Prepared ily by H. Mozley, M. D,, Atlauta, on l Ou LEMON HOT DROPS. For couirhs and colds, take Lemon Hot Drops. For soro throat aud Bronchitis, i..i, r , l-l, ,t rinwa For pneumonia ana Laryngitis take Per lTiunnrrliutro And nil thrnnt. And lung diseases, take Lemon Hot Drops. ..v . . : i u t zu -ccnis, ui uruggiHu j. iwijaiwu idy by Dr. H. Mozloy, Atlanta, Ua. President National Bank. r.finvilln. Tenn." writes: From experience in my family, Dr. H. Moz- lnlr'a T mnn F.iizir llHH foW. if UUV equals, and no superiors in medicines, for the regulation or tne iiver.siomacn and bowels. Dr. 11. Mozloy s .Lomon ,,t. T)rnns am sttiwrior to any remed w-n have over noon auio to goi lor o get foi i. W. H throat and lung diseases Al mwed Priia Xtlf'l Hlllllc. NOTICE Thoro is a fraudulent Loinon Elixir on tho market a whisky substitute, a Blind Tiger drink. See that you got Dr. H. Mozley's Lemon Elixir, an honest, reliable medicine. . SPRING OP ill AND DRESS GOODS, WILL BE DISPLAYED MONDAY, MARCH 17th, Where I cordially invite everyone to give me a call and examine the handsomest line ever shown in this city, besides I have secured in MIS8 MAUD KIRKPATRICK the BEST TRIMMER that could be had. Thanking you for past favors and the same. Now don t forget MONDAY the 17th, will be my Spring Opening lor one week. A. A. PETZj "Leader and Controller of Low Prices," Open Every Night Until Advertised Letters. Letters remaining in tho Post-oilice for thirty daya, and if not called for in the next ten days will be sent to the Dead Letter Office: Akin. .1. It Lurufrr. Fannie lA'win, IHnttli l.nr.yI,Ieui)v A. l.iutoii, Kolwrt Loo Mvit'-s ciutiUe Murcor, J. II. Mt-tTtWPtlu'r, Ana Miller, Mm H In rk, Allrt Mnjmv, Altwrt Mhvii; I-lzxio Mtiftim, L W. Menclmm, Mattie MunfleUl, Jack MiKjtv, AU-x MiMclt-v, 1'tJter Won, M. MW.'arlluy, Prof. P. . U.ltc'S It iwit il, Owoti, i'umiUi r.ii iiav, -H'Jli i Quarl.-, .i. 1.. tlliM'ilt(i't'i' , ti. A. liivci--, lU'.nm I Jtitt.-liit j, M.u-i.t li.iv, ' A. li.H'VCH.li. A. l.'.t is A.i )J lt:iy. W . It-'i;lii, l'a .' Km Mr, I i.in' -Iiili l h.uw.nVi. ,L.l. Mil Mil. Ah.V a,,:i, I!.-, ky HriKl't, A'lii n.j.l. Mlney lioytl, Naiii-y llojri!, Mnra Httvil, Mnrv A. Hani, J-lnsloli Hai-un, Alison Itlnl.K K. llurhni, .liKi illitkt-lv, Tlidiuas Uin-kin'V, H. HkkI, Narlult Cum,i'll, Jack t'anilK'll, l-t'im Climvtniitiii. 1. A. Ca vim an, Mllte U. OiMivell, Kate L'lM'Hllinui. J.aurton Jralili, Willlum ildiiioml, Liiry ( lark, l.lla Ciiwn, Jiiry L'urley, lltvoio Utiimi-v, Agiici O.ivls Alice Halmcy, AX'ind I law win, J, K. Klllntt, lil'dlKO KMuv, Hob K'lwrK Hnrnti A ffarii, nut Kox, T i'. t nx, Ary Hello Kiltfll. F.tiiliiu tirnvi,-, l.r; (ianlni'i-. Kawti'i liiuvtt, hlvia uilhfir. .Ixli.i M. Mi , ,J . I.. Mlllt.i. i h it, i, Ui Iwirf ,S nilEi, it.- u . if.l.' i. l !i i i.i S(ki.'s I .till l iiilil IliK-k tii-ay. Kaniile Gr.iVu.-i, ( hui Io I1H'II. .Ittiu A. (iiHKlull.T'illll'K'. T i i ii i r. (itu tli. W l. Ilault1, .lanu Ilt'ii'li'ixm. 'U. limau IliTti'ii'l, Mvity Hopkins, Mid T to I v. All j W.tlkm-, A '10 Wan, i:. I.. WnUv, Mlli. Va-.!il.it'. i, !Ct..rllim lUii.n-. K. W.'-l. MhHH luiaii, Allt'n IMitIk.,1), W. II Inlnii'-t.Jolm D. Wllltijn.. Surnli 1 1 1 IU-. Miitlii Will,-. Mm-,' lli.nl, ii, J. VV WIU'ill, W. I.. Wi..U,ii., Kiln Wllllaiin, T. " WrlKlil, I'ln (: Wriglit, Tlta.li'iiA Wllllaiiis, 1'. s. 12) Wllliiini!', Mi'lvlru WIii.Ut, Mulllo YnmiK. K. it. Yuitiig, .1(H) li-ii(UrMiii, Cnmilo Jotu'n, Kobe i t .loliiibUHI. n, h. JtllK'M. Mlll V it) Kliis. l.uiiHa I a v I'll, llfftftlo Leavi'll, I'tM-yy lVrsons calling for any of the above letters will ploaso say advertised. J. B. McKenzie, P. M. LADIRS Needing a tonic, or children that want building up, ftttriulil take IlTtOWN'S IKON UITTKItS. Tt U nlPHsaiit ia lake, nirw Malaila, IndlireJ- tluu, aud liiliouaiie&s. All ilealurs kot-ij lu SPECIAL LOCALS. Pure Bronze Turkeys For sain. Aunlv to MISS IDA KNIGHT, Hopkiusville, Ky. Jack For Sale. R. G. Hopkins, of Pembrolto, Ky., has for sale a No. 1 fiftoon-hand, mx- ycar-old jack. NICE CLEAN Kensington Stamping done at C. E. West & Go's., Tho Sowing Machiiio Mon. A CARDV I bwr to inform mv friends and the public gouerally that since retiring from the firm of Randle & Ely I have connected myself with tho Garner Drug Co., and wish to extend many thanks for past liberal patronatro dur ing said short businoss oareer as a coufoctionor, I respectfully solicit a share of your patronage in the new business witn wnicn j am now con nocted. Very Respectfully, W. K.EI.T. Dissolution Notice. The firm of Randle & Ely has been dissolvod by mutual consent. Mr. J. B..Galbreath will succeed Mr. Ely in the business, which will lie continued under the firm name of Randle & Co. Mr. W. P. Randlo will collect all debts duo tho firm of Kandlo& fcJy and pay all claims against said firm. Messrs. Randlo and Ualbreath are too well known in this community to re quire anything more thau to say to the good ieople that thoy are uow reiufv to serve them at tho same old stand, and will in a fow days offer some vory ckoap goods. HANDLE Oi i-l.V. For Reiit! A large dry goods storo room ' on N. W. cor. Main and 9th street. Apply to D. J. Gisu. NINO- OF MY EIlflEIW ask a continuance of 9 O'clock. SPECIAL LOCALS. Dissolution Notice, The firm of Pyo & Moodio has this duy dissolved by mutual consent, John Tye retiring from the linn, J. W. Moodio assuming all iudebtod- ,ness of the firm and collecting all claim duo said firm. The firm from this dato to be J. AV. Moodio Respectfully, Joiis Pvu, J. W. Moodie, Faibview, Kt Feb. 15, 1800. ' Card of Thanks, The under signed will continue the business at the old stand aud will conduct the samo as heretofore. Ihanking the public for their liberal patronage in tho past, I cordially in- .ite (hem to continue, promising that . will endeavor to sell them better ,00.1s at lower prices than was ever oi.l at this playe. Res poet fully, J. V. Moodie. M-lTIFilxa HESl'LT IS AH llONKST EFFORT TO 3 L!A ALL. We desire to thank our many friends and customers for their new and liber al favors of tho past, and wish them all a happy and prosperous new year. Our Stock is New&Fresh and wo oxpect to bo in shajK) to merit tie favors of our friends to a greater ilegreo than evor, and proxso during the ensuing year to carry the largest and most complete stock of everything rcrpiirtxl to equip a confectionery com plete. RANDLE & GO. TO ADVERTISERS A lint of 1,000 ncwppnpor divided Into States find Medium) will bo wnt on application FKDiK. To thosp who want tlu'lr advertising to pay W! cmi nlTi-riio hftfer iiiedlnni fortlmnMigh Hud ullfctivu work tli mi Hie vuiiyUrj wctitms of our Select IM'iil I.M, UkI. P. KOWFLIIAfl')., fiewsjinpor nd vur'lrilni- Hurenn. lysitruceBtruot, New lork. WHEN YOU 30 TO LOUISVILLE Have Your Photograph Mado at WY BRA NT'S NEW STUDIO. No. 327 W. Walnut Stroct, (Over Mncliiilcy,B Tticnti-0.) LOUISVILLE, - - KY- DR. W. P. LAWRENCE, Formerly of Orlnmlo, Fla., Is nnw perma nontly located at CLAltKSVll.I.E, TENS. Arlington Block. OFPBBS Ul Professional Services to the oltliciwot Montgomery and nclgliborlnj Counties. ' SPECIALTIES. Diseases of tho THROAT, NOSE, EYE aud EAR. Diseases of Women, Chronic Diseases aud Surgery. PILES cured without PAIN or de tention from business. Stricture of Urethra cured by ELECTRICITY., OFFICE HOURS: a. m. to 11; J. p. m. to 4. SUNDAYS: 8a m. to 10. Corre.ionlence wllclteU. Moyl7l McRAE & McCOY. llnunriu-tttrcraur Dardwooil lumber, White Cat, Red Oak, ,WALNUT, ETC. At Host Eeisonabls Eit?8. KELLY, - - KEKTUCKY. f"fj la oo m!n Phlla4vlphlk f BfatUio NKW.)aM)r Auvr- . rlalntf A.Dfr of Hum VtM COM. our auUwHa.4 amaia, - WAGON We wish to call the siwcial attention of farmors to tho following special lines of goods which wa intend to sell at the lowest possible prioe, all Guaranteed to be First-Class. Empire Fertilizer Wheat Drills, Empire Plain Wheat Drills, Kentucky Wheat Drills, McSherry Wheat Drills, Homestead 3rextillzer, WORLD OF S003 1GHE MEAL, X3ZSO HARROWS, IROU DXTEC2B HARROWS, SEYSTOIT.E HARROWS. EUG-G-IES, Buggy and Wagon Harness. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Builders' and Farmers' Hardware. WHITE LEAD, LINSEED OIL, MIXED PAINT, PAINT BRUSHES. LIME, HAIR, CEMEM AND FIRE BRICK. We most cordially invito you to call GRAND GIFT 1 Set Fiimlturo 1100 00 1 fair Milieu' Fino Slioe. 8 fiO 90 YanlH Mnmnrllle Oomctlo 00 1 I'alr Lailtca1 KIiIUIotoi 1 "S 1 Gold HcailiMl Silk Umbrella 6 00 '4 Inz. I. adieu' Hanilerclilef. 8 00 1 Silk Dress Pattern a 00 i Dot. Laities' Hose a 00 I Yards Fine Table Linen loo 1 WarwIllM Quilt to I Night Clock t 00 1 l'alr Oent's Kid UloTe 1 SO i Dozen Toircla . . . 8 BO 1 Smyrna Uug 8 SO 1 Chair Tidy 8 00 1 Dm. Nniklns I 00 For each and every cash purchase you which will entitle the buyer to a abovo list of presents, offering you at the same time Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, Rugs, Mattings, Etc., as chpart as any houso in Houkinsvillo tribute among my customers, iu this their viuuo iu reckless advertisement, assuring you tnai oacu present is auso luU'ly worth the price named. Thanking the trade for their vory generous patronage in tho past and soliciting a continuance in tho future, pledging at all times full value for all purchases made in my house, I am Very Truly, O.M.Latham, No. 5, South Main Street. L. GAUOHAT, JEWEL EIR,, 87 FKANULIN STREET. LARGE STOCK. "Worlr a, miains. Clearing Sale for the next 30 days in order to make roomior Spring Goods. Prices re gardless of Cost. Will not be undersold by anybody. FURS Highest market price paid for Furs. SHYER'S CORNER. Caldwell -mancpactchers i GALVANIZED H. CORNICE, WINDOW CAPS, mm mm miisimo -ANB MALtBS IX- Tinware, Glassware, Queensware, Cutlery and Lamps. ITlntliOt. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College r LOUISVILLE, KY. MILLS AND - FACTORY. and see us. Most Hespecuuuy, FORBES & BRO, FREE ISTRIBUTIQN ! 1 dents' Tie 0 Yards Ilntsscls Caret. li Dot. Qonts' Haiikerctilet. 1 Pair Laeo Curtains .... 1 Talilo Cloth 1 Cashmere Shawl 1 Hocking Chair I Table Cover 1 Copy HopklnBvllle Kontucklan, 1 yr . 1 Towel Hack 1 Lace Bed Set 1 Illack Brocaded Dresa Pattorn 1 Largo Smyrna Rug 1 Pair tients' Hanan Shoea.... 1 White Sewing Machine I Urylng Doll 60 10 00 I so t 00 lot 1 0b 10 09 i DO I 00 1 50 I 00 IS oo r to oo 80 oo 1 w of OXE DOLLAR a ticket will be given chance in the Gift Distribution of tho or Christian county, proforrinir to dis manner, those gifts rather than to pay PRICES LOW. Specialty. Bargains. & Randle, ra mm m i wn. Hopklxmvlllo, SCy.