Newspaper Page Text
TrfEO. I. BARTUV, FRIDAY, PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mrs. L. O. Williams in at Duwsou tliie week. Mm. J. II. AmlnriKin is vUiting in OwviiNlKiru. Dr. J. K. Paine, of lnibroIi(i, spout Wodnoedny in the city. Mr. J. II. limit, of Ourrettaliurg, has gone to L'tali to live. Frank Itugmlule returned to Lafay ette tlio first of the week. Jutlgo J. I. Laudes U iu Clover- port attending Presbytery. . Miss Charlie Dickinson, Trouton, is vioitiug Mrs. W. W. Aloxaiulur. Mr. Jno. T. Boddio, of Botldio, this voiiuty, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. E. Wood and wife havo rtumd from a vim't to relatives iu Clurksville. Mini Aiiiiiu Mimms, of Guthrie, is visiting Miss Lizzie Owen near the city. Mrs. Ida Kiiin lias returned from Henderson and can now bo found at A. A. Met. Mr. R. E. Coouor and wife have ro - turned from a visit to friends iu l'riuceton. Messrs. F. B. Iiioliardson and M. O. Miller, of JVinbruke, were iu the city yesturduy. Dr. R. W. Gaines wont to Dawson yesterday, where ho will remain for Severn! days. IIou. Jno. I'Vland and his daughter, Miss Mary, made a flying visit to the city W odiiosday. Herbert Mi'l'heraou has returned to Nashville and resumed duty on tlie Mail as mad agent. Mr Juntos E. Cooper has returned to I'nduoah. He curried his stock and vehicles with him. Messrs S. F. aud G. V. Elgin left lust Weduoaduy for Hot Springs, Ark., where they will romuiu for several weeks. Miss Mary Radford ret imed from Columbia, Temi., yesterdav', where she has been for some weeks on a visit to (lie Misses Gordon. Mm. M. E. Rutgers ha returued from Cincinnati and Louisville, where she had boon for some time selecting new and complete line of milliuory goods. Miss Generievo Anderson, who has boon quite sick at the home of her brother in Princeton, was able to be brought lioino Wednesday but is still quito fooble. " CREAM OF NEWS. CITY COURT NEWS. Jos. Bradley, breach of jwaee, fined $5 and wts. . Frank Lovior, fast riding, fined $1. Al Quartos, drunk, out on a bond. Goo. Billiard, drunk, fined $5 and costs, sent to work house. Oeo. Meador, drunk, out on bond. J. C. Meyers, exhibiting stallion on street, dismissed. Win. Withers, Jr. same, fined 1 oeut and costs. . Jo. Blnkely, col., breach of peace, fined $3) nnd costs, forfeited bond and still at large. William Rhodes, col., drunk, fined $." ami costs. Jas. Crutelifleld, col., drunk, fined $." nnd costs. Mike Riley, breach of pence, dis missed. , Koljcrt Wilis, col., breach of peace, dismissed. Miner Seay, fust riding, fined $5 and cost. T. p. Foster, same, fined $5 and COHt-S. Alex Gunt, col., burglary, crime re duced to lurceuy aud prisoner held over. Boll Washington, col., shooting in city limits, fined $1 aud ex s's. llonry Fleming, drunk, fined $5 and costs. F. L. Bourland, drunk, fined $5 and costs. Thos, JeofTrios, broach; of peace, fined $3 aud costs. Silvester Boswell, breach of poaee, dismissed. One other caso of drunkenness, out on bond. gaiiiui , onowaer Dislocated. APRIL 11 1890.1 iVuilo driving near Faimew Tues day, Lr. A. V. Uaporton was suddenly tluuwn from his seat in the vehiclo to the ground sustaining a dislocation of the right shoulder. He was brought ti this city whore the fracture .was ro duofld by Dr. Blakoy and he is getting ulong as well as could be oxpecUil. Meeting of tha C. C. F. A. Directory Tho Christiun County Fair Associa tiou Directory met Tuesday afUirnoou, M r. C. W. Ware, Trouton, nftur euruost solicitation of the Board, consented lo serve as a member. Mr. A. D. Rodg- ors, secretury pro bun, was elected permanently. After mnpping out full program for the Full Fuir, ap pointing committees to look after the arranging of the florul hull, etc., they adjourned. A Deadly Blow. Mr. uoorge iauuers little sou, while playing in the yard Wednesday afternoon, ventured near a young cult which was lving upon the gross. The 'airs mother thiukiug he incut harm made a dash fur tho little fellow, but was kuockod down by a blow from rock in tho hands of Mr. Laudor, who h:iieiiod along just at the critical time. The lick proved futal as the cow died almost instant!. She was struck near the base of the skull. A Regular Bumper. Mike Riley, a 'gj'iwy, aud Rolxtrt Wills, col., got into a quarrel Mouday afternoon, ou trading alley, over the ownership of a horse which Riley hud in his possession. The negro claimed the horse and wade at the gypsy, but the gypsy was too quick for him and jumping up aud at him bumped him on the jaw with his head knocking nun nut. Xheyworo separated and taken before the city judge who dis missed the cases. In Session. The Court of Claims met yostenlay morning, Judge Wiufree presiding. Twenty-six of thirty-four magistrates of the county answered to roll cr.U, and the court proceeded at once to busi ness. Tho time of the court will be taken up in laying the county levy, allowing claims and other business of the county, Two or three mutters ol imjiortttnce are to bo disposed of, and it will probably requiro three days to get through. A keeper of tho work house and poor house physician are to be elected, aud also a foo is to be allowed Felaud and Stiles, employed by the county iu the Ohio Valley Railroad cose. Attachments Sustained. Quite an important case, or rather eases, were tried before Judgo Wia- Ireo tins week. I no suits were brought by II. J. Stites, Wood & Bell and J. W. Payne, attorneys for Laz Simon, Chas. Bakrow and others, against Chas. Driver and M. S. Per kins, the different amounts aggregat ing over fiuu. Attachments on the goods of the defendants were sworn out and mado, which after the ex amination of several wituesses were sustaiuod by the court and an order made for their sale for tha benefit of the plautiffs. Perkins' main ground of defense, we learn, was based on his being a minor. Col. A. H. Clark and Hon. James Breathitt represented tho defeuse and made a vigorous fight for their clients. The arguments in the case worn mode lust Wednesduy night, and the consolidated cases at tracted considerable interest among tho legal fraternity. CADIZ KY. Cadiz, Kt., April 5, 'DO. I notice from the press of the state that a number of counties are milking se lections for their man and choice for the state convention. I am a former resident of old Christinu, it is the place of my birth, and the placo whore the prime of my manhood was spout. Allow me to suggest the unmo of Judge Petrip, to represent your coun ty in the convention. If the Judge goes there the constitution will bo all right. In this county two prominent and able gentlonioii are avowed candidates for that convention. They are Messrs. Sims aud Burnett, either would make us a good man. There are others to hour from. Kospectfully, ; ; J. E. S. DEATHS. Johnuie W, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Coleman, iu tho city, of croup. William Francis-, one of tho oldest citizens of the county, was buried last Tuesday. He was in his 88th year, and was held in high esteem by all who knew him. He died of the grip. . . COLORED. Child of Alfred Major, in the city, Monday. . Abe Hopson, a -few miles west of the city, Saturday, age about 22 yours. Charlie Gaines, of the Pleasant Orove neighborhood. Cause of deuth unknown. Thin and impure blood is made rich and healthful by taking Hood's Karsaiiarilla. It cures scrofulu, salt rheum, nil blood disorders. Call on Judge Petree. We, tho undersigned, respectfully request Judgo R. T. Petri j to bo- como a candidate tor ielegate to tho Constitutional Convention; believing, as we do, that he is well qualified and suiUxl to that very important position, and a man that the people generally will be williug to unite upon and sup port. Jinn y C (iaitt r W Kit-In C O l-aytie II II WikhI n s (Jury 3 II William T J Tandy Jiu II IU.lr.nM T C HanlKtry I. II lllrkntali J J Cyr!o W II Klilln II II Slvoly O O Wil S II ClaumMt J Y I! ray K l u ray II W llamcil t. o Couway W 1. 1'arker W N JitluiMtn W M JuliiMon Jno A Twyntatl S 1. Sailor Utw C Long J H Krmnkul John Ueayim Km U l Kelly W II Slianklln M C rorlusa John W Cornellna Jaa Hixlnian Jaiuoi K Lacy K II Smith W L Trice W.U lllKKlna It A Kit-In . .1 II Kitaaoll Henry J stltca Oom-ge W Lackey I III ;! A K Wonl E h Davie U A Sony K.la-ar Cayeo U W Huffman i M Cravcna Sum V Kmliry llonry IHIIman Dr. A Kcnnor W r Wlnlree K L I'milk Ucu O TIumiidmm Jno U Cartur N C Alton J H Morrl Honi'y V ktoore It S Campbell Jaa 8 Kaaroe C llonry Tanity 'rl W UouM I It Heard U W Orave. W WWaro Uon V CaiiiilH'll Wm 11 Cauiulirll I. V I'amplicll II II Llttell -Win l summer Goo w gnaw 1' A Cuftliiiian Thiw M Jmil'a Jaa M llowo J T Smith II C Klrhanla 11 J Ilooaor U L Uallard I. ucten Jimoj 1 rsiulllinin Jno N Mill C li Latham llryan IIupicr N A llamett C A Thomiwoa I) II Mcirllt II II Uarroll ' I. Waller R U Aixleraou W o llrewer John Young Uu Young S E Trice John I1 Cftmiibell Tho J T011III II. V Owen J C Larne H II Wllaon Jno 11 Trice J 11 Children Geo V Thnmmn Ira L Smith C II U.nh L H HcKee 11 U MoureSnlil J M Toor C D llavla ' Uonrgo Will. 1' II Major C V Huffman M u Bradihaw tl U Northlugton . W II Wentor. John l'helM Ueoi-ge Uradley J O Forrell , W II Duokor . C C Carter H W Allen TKollilg T DJohuaon Thoa W Long , H B (lamer . J. M. rTool. HERE AND THERE. Vitalia Liver Pills, small uud sugar coated. A dance was given at (ho Armory Monday night. Born,, to the wife of Guno Henry, Jr., Wednesday, a lino girl. William Hughes, of this city, has Ixieu grunted a pension. Puro-brod Plymouth Rock eggs for side. Apply at this ollico. R. M. Wooldridge, livery, food & sale stable, Fritz' stand. Telephone 1 12. Henry Smith is very sick with piieu- mouia at his home on Seventh street, Buy goods of MuGehco Bros., Pembroke, Ky., and suvo money. There are a nuin!xr of cases of mea sles roporUnl among the colored popu lation. Marriage licenses were issued ht t Tuesday to John Fuulkuer and Mury Johnson, colorod. Two Chinamen from Nashville are in the city prospecting with a view of opening a laundry. Rev. A. C. Biddlo nnd F. M. Mullen leave to-day to attend tho meeting of Presbytery at Fairviow, Rev. G. W. Baynos, of Texas, will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening. There will be no services ut the Cumberland Presbyteriuu church uext Sunday mornh'g and evening. The winds of tho lust few duys have dried tho ground ar.d plowing has boon commenced ill good earnest. Tho Trenton people are preparing to give a homo talent eutortniumont at tho hall in thut place ou the 25th of this mouth. J. W. McGohoe has been appointed postmaster nt Montgomery. Hisdep uty will conduct the ollico in McGohoe Bros store at that place. Tank Keo's lecture for last night was postponou until lo-uigiii iu order thut it would not conflict with thut of IIou. Henry Wuttcrson's. Hopkinsvillo Lodge No. 87, F. and M., will confer the 3rd degree to night, instead of tho third Monday, as was previously announced. Purify your blood with Dr. P. T. Rogers' Ideal Alterative, snnctioned by physicians of Hopkinsvillo. For sulo only by Rogers & Elgin. t3m Mr. R. P. Steveus has rotonted his carousal swiug and started up again. Tho storm of the 27th ult. tore his tent from the centre pole and carried it off. Mr. Louis Lovior, formerly of this citv. and Miss Anuie Eaton, of Lake city Fla., wore murried iu tho luttcr city on the 1st inst., Rev. Mr. Duvis otliciatiug. The sale of tho stock of groceries, liquors and bar fixtures of G. M. Clurk, who made an assignment at Graoey a few weeks ago, took place Tuesday. Mr. Gentry Hillmnn, a resident of Suoffield, Ala., has placed his fine trotting mare in tho hands of P. H. McNauey to train. She is now at the Driving Tark. Miss Alice Hays has just returned from the east with a handsome stock of spring millinery. Sho will have spring aud summer opening next Wednesday, tho lttth. The contract for building the Jno, Moayon house ou the southeast coi ner of Ninth aud Virginia streets, bus been awarded to Forlios & Bro , ho will begin work in a few dnys. McSohoe Bros, havo routed the Wilson storehouse ut Graooy, and will 0u up a largo stock of general nier- handise at once. A. C. McGoluo, now ut Non-stead, will couduct tho business at the new point. Arthur Banks' brass baud is getting along well under its present manage ment and they intend keeping it up until a thorough knowledge of music and practice is obtaiued. The band cull now render several pieces with irodit, and we are glud to see it pro- greasing so finely. We dosire to correct tho mistake made iu our lust issue in reference to Messrs. N. G. Brasher and Hurt C. Bronuiigh having bought out the con fectionery establishment of Mr. W. Raudlo. Mr. Brasher does not in tend engaging in tho busiuess. Mr. Bronaugh has beou negotiating but as yet the trude has not been con- umiuuted. Only a few weeks ago Messrs. Nourse & Moore opened a stock of groceries on Ninth stroot, nour tho postofiice. They have by courteous treatment to customers aud a strict adhereuoe to the rule "best quality of goods is cheapost," built up an excol- lout trade which is daily increasing, as they deserve. In future road thoir ad" in this paper and you will proht vory materially thereby. AVo dropped into the First National Bunk this morning and found the President and Cashier busily engag ed signing and turning out complete, now $5.00 bills. Thoy were iu shoots of four notes or $20.00 to the shoot, and looked bright and tomptiug. We hope friends Long will not lot up on this business-until they make enough to relieve the "hard ' times" that are just now pressing us. The postofiice management" desires to iufonn the public that when adver tising is to be posted that the postolliee positively cannot be used for such purpose, and there is no reason why banks and other public buildings should be moro highly rospeeUxl than tho postofiice. This will bo borne in mind by those who seem to think the postofiice is ouly a pluce for public advertising. The nowspapers offer their services afca reasonable rate. Real Estate Advertised for City Tax I am instructed lo advert iso for wile by the 17th day of April, 18!K), ullcity property Uh)H which tux is duo and unpaid. Waltkr F. Garsett, Collector. The Ladies Delighted. The pleasant effect and the perfect safety with which Indies may use the liquid fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all conditions make it their fuvorite remedy. It is pleasing to the tiyo and to the taste, gunt In, yet effectual in acting ou tho kidneys, liver ami Dowels. LEMON ELIXIR . Its Wonderful Effect on tha Liver, Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Blood. Dr. Mozley's. Lemon Elixir is a pleusnut lemon drink, that positively cures all Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion, -all sick und Nervous llouduches, Kidney Disouso, Dizziness, Loss of upiietite, Fevers, Chills. PuId- itution of lleurt, und all other diseases caused by disordered fiver, stomach and kidneys, tho first great cause of an iutui diseases, oucis. ana I per Doiiio. soul Dv aniirinstH. I'ronarod only by H. Mozley, M. D., Atlanta, ua. LEMON HOT DROPS. For couglis and colds, take Lemon Hot Droiw. For sore throat and Bronchitis: take lcmon Hot Drops. For pneiimouia and LarvnL'itis take Lemon Hot Drops. for Hemorrhiu and all throat and lung diseases, take Lemon Hot Drops. 25 cents, at druiL'ist. Prepared ouly by Dr. H. Mozley, Atluuta, Go. President National Bank. McMinvillo, Teun. writes: From experience in my lumily, Dr. tl. Moz ley s Ijcmon JMizir has few, if any oqiiuls, and no superiors in medicines, for tho regulation of the liver, stomach and Ixjwels. Dr. H. Mozley's Lemon Hot Drops are superior to any remed ies we huvo ever been uble to got for throut uud lung diseases. W. H. Maonfms, Pros. Nat'l Bunk. NOTICE There is a fraudulent Lemon Elixir on tho market a whisky substitute, a Blind Tigor drink. See that you get Dr. H. Mozley's Lemon Elixir, an honest, reliable medicine. I.A111RS Kcedlng A tonic, or children that want building m. thnutd take llllOWM 'S I HON U1TTERS. Tt la rleaaul ci ake, curd Malaria, lodlgee tton.and tiiliouanoB. AIL dealer keep lu HERE THEY ARE. Unparalled Bargains. Everything goes just us I advertise tlioin. Read this advertisement and then come uud see the goods ou Monday, April 7th, Continuing One "Week, M. C. FOUBES. J. K. FORBES. G5 dozen ladies hem-stitched hand kerchiefs colored liordors, regtilur price 12 ceuts, but my price for one week Cc feu (itli-d vuiittiu Dviiiii iu nilllAJ only, thut overybody would considor gooti value at ceuts, my pneo will l. 7.. uv I K8 pair lino lace curtains, lurge size, would 1)0 considered grout value at $2.50, but to closo them out my price will be $1.00 per puir. 150 dozen lurge size brass pins, full count, that sell for 5 cents, my price for this week 10c. por dozen papers Another lino of those fino French Sateens go this wook at 15c. My Torchon Luc3 snlo still contiu- tinuos. Any width at 10c. 50 dozen papers lxst Needles, that sold at 10 centa por paper, go this week at 2 cents per paper. Best light shirting calicoes this sulo at 5c. go in Dr. Warner's Health Corsete $1.00 as long as they last. go ut Good straw matting worth 25 cents, go at 10c. Best jointless straw matting, worth 50 cents, go this week ut 25o. All wool Curpots, best make, go at 60c. Best C. C. Wool Carpets go at C5o. One half wool Carpets go at 12c. Good Brussels Curxts, all wool, will soil this wook ut Bflc. Don't forget my iiniiienso millinery department. Everything complete and will be sold 25 per cent, cheapor thuu any house in Kentucky. LMilfjG V1ILLS. Wagon Factory, Implement and Seed Store. Ve wish to cidl the special attention of farmers to our Immense Stock of Plows, Wagons; Buggies und Sels, Guaranteed to be First-Class. Blount's Truo-Blue Cost Stool Plows, . Hoilmnu's Cast Steel and Chilled Plows, The Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, Avery's Stool and Chilled TIowh, South liend Chilled Plows, I have just received my new spring dross goods and trimmings which is tho largest line over displayed in Kentucky. JiTTlio prices mentioned above are for one week only, so call early, 1TZ, "Leader and Controller of Low Prices,1 100 dozen Window Shades on spring rollers, with fixtures complete, 25c. N. T0BIN SPECIAL LOCAL8. EGGS! Pure Prouzo per dozen. Turkey's eggs $2.00 Miss Ida K.nkiiit, Hopkinsvillo, Ky. Examine my slat and wire fencing. Only best slats aud wire used. Be fore buying cull on J.U. J. AllUAL,r FOR SALE OR TRADE. New Homo" sewing machine, $-15 3 "New Nutionul" sewing machine, 40 .Martin improved reiieatiug rille.. It Lovell wushiug machines 5 These articles are all new. Will sell them at a bargain or trade other useful articles of equal value. Ap ply at Kentccbun office. Special attention called to low prices on Elevator Pumps. JNO. J. METCALFE. A Card. I desire to iufonn my friends in Christian county that I have accepted a situation in the grocery department of McGohoe Bros., Clarksville, Teun. Auy orders with which you may favor mo shall have my personal attention, and lie filled at the lowest possible price. ill appreciate and kindly re member any patronage extended mo. v ery Jtespecttuily, y John W. Richards. Bring your engines in before the busy season and havo them repaired. JU. J. jMh.lUAL,t t;. & C0.J r,il,iS -'Loll ,,, fl 1 1 1 mm Tate, NOTICE! Tho world renowned Deering Giant Mowers, liiiulers und Iteuiiers, cutting 6 und 7 foot. The cheapest and most ei-onomicul machine over put in the field. Climux Disc Hurrows, Iron Duke Hurrows, The Evans Hurrows, Keystone Harrows. Buggies, Phietons, Spring Wagons, Road Curta. Buggy aud Wagon Harness, Siiddl.M! und Bridlos, Engines, Throshors and Stackers. Builders' and Farmers' HARDWARE. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Lime, Hair, Cement and ' Fire Brick, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Glass und Putty, Puiiit Brushes. Sherwin-Williams Mixed Paints, Fam ily Faints, h loor t aints, Etc We defy any implement house iu the United States to beat the above lino of goods, made closo to homo, aud we keep a full dock of repairs for all Wo most cordially invite you to call aud see us. Most Rospoet fully, ORBES & BRO OPERA BUILDING. SjacVi Attention 31ven to Ordrs from a Distance, "Parties neodiug anything in their line would do woll to call and see thoir stock Iwforo purchasing elsewhere. 1-Jl-ly . 11, KI.!-OJ. ITELSOIT r. W. IIAUVKV. TOBACCO, GBAIfi & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, R. R. and 11th Sts. Hopkinsville, Ky. Liberal advances made on Tobacco in store. All tobacco insured at cast of owner unless written instructions to the contrary. THE TIRELESS TOILER FOR TRADE. SPRING DISPLAY. Mrs. M. E. Rogers will have a "Display," of spring millinery goods on "Wednesday next, the 16th, and in vites all the ladies to call and see her. REMEMBER That Mrs. Currie Hurt's lino of bon nets, huts and general milliuory goods is the largest, liuiidsoiuest and most complete ever put on salo in Hopkins villo and sho oxteuds a cordial invi tation to her many lady friends and patrons to cull as early as practicable, while her stock is comparatively unbroken. Mrs.Rogers' stock c f hats, bonnets, and mil linery goods in general was never more com plete than now and she extends a special invitation to her lady friends to come and see them Mrs. Carrie Hart's Display of spring mil linery can not be ex celled in the city. Ev erything the latest and best. Call and see her and look through' Mrs. P. C. Richardson him added toher dressmaking depart ment a nice line of Dress Goods and trimmings, of tho very latest designs, For Metcalfe's Fertilizers, Iwst in market call on Jno. J. Motculfo. UTAH HORES. T Wvn InfL Kevrul of mv horses at E L. Foulk's coal yurd und purtios will do well to call and look at them. W. L,Foulka. IU.. 1 . . ...1 kat A . 'J (WVQ , . ayw "vyq s Vtva4C KXVERSNOEB. Flnit Ntvtlon&l Btuik of Cbl .1 S Tt Jfr co,epill n.000,000; Continental National Bank , 1 $ S Send for our Illustrate Pri Utt. THRIFTY, SAVING PRUDENT Btorftkcpra of America, appeal to yoar lotetltreat jo and cumpr heiulve Judnunt u careful buyers, to try tu with one aunple onler for BBADT-XADB cLOTSTNa. WewuuldllkotohaTejruueamparsour Booda witii any too bnve In your store from other man ut act u run- If tho rvader It not a merchant, ploaao ak your dealer fur garnivnia boar lug tills well-known label ; 3 Woamwliltnff taehlpotitCiothlniron approval, and pay return chanree on any fxnU you do not liko after uuy are rMOiTcut 11 our roou ar not in'imr , -i.'u. flW'.-tii nerrvnl rh.iinf r Ihui anv nthor firm In AmDflc ' - i- : - afll for. we will return your money. We turn our stock 4 ,v -v eight times wrvry year, and are satisfied with A profit. V .P TK1U18, WIIULCSaLB ONLY, no discounts net cash. ED. L HUNTLEY & CO, Wholeule Tiilon, las 1M Market Bt.. OHIOAOO, ILL. SPECIAL LOCALS. FOR SALE. One registered Holstion bull, four years old. .both purouts unorteU. Will sell at a bargain. Cull on or address T. J. TAXDY, Pembroke, Ky - 'The ladies are all in vited around to Mrs. Carrie Hart's to see the new patterns in Hats and Bonnets. JOE McCARUOLL, Admr., vs. HEIKS aud CREDITORS of JOHN DOWNEY. Persons holding claims against tho estute of John Downey, doceusod, are required to present tlio same, prop erly provon, before the pluintilf on or before the 1st day of Septembor next. JOJi MoUAMKUJjIj, ADJin. AGENTS WANTED: To sell the Solid Miicilngo Pencil and the Ink Erasing renal; sells at Biglit; sainpie of either sent for 40 cents. W,00 to $6.00 a day easily mado. Address, Caldwoll l eucU Company, Nashville, Tenn. NOTICE. The annual meeting of tho stock holders of the St. Bernard Coal Co. will lie held in the ollico of the Com pany at Earlington, Ky., Wednesday, May 7th, at tero clock a. m. Geo. C. Atkinson. Sec'y. ARE YOUR CHICK - ENS SICK? If so use Andorson's Electric Pro phylactic, guaranteed if used aoeord uig to directions, to keep your fowls woll or money refunded. Manufac tured by , Metculfe & Anderson, For oalo by (j. E. Guither. Anderson's Electrio Prophylactic is a sure preventative and cure for chol- ra and gapes. Sold by G. E. Gaither. WT- FINEST 5tSaal Is the day set for C. M. Latham's GRAND FREE FT RininiiminMi When he will donate to his customers valua ble PRESENTS worth HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS. For every CASH PURCHASE of One Dollar's worth of goods will be given a Ticket. ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS. REMEMBER THE DAY, Ml APRIL M. TUE L. GAUCHAT, JEWELED, 57 FRANKLIN STREET. BE.&1 -fS 1 WOODWORK 'XoXGf ATtfieitMEHTS(lJ) m'i!,i'iuviH;,i.'.ii!iiJi(VLM:Ha ,-S,00. 28 UNION SQUARE,NY.rs. CHIC&IU. ..Tl-ANTA.Ofl."1- S'lSU IT.IOUIS.MO. HgT DALLAE.TEX C. E. "WEST, Agent, IIOPK1NSV1I.1.E KY. WHEN YOU SO TO LOUISVILLE Havo Your Photograph Mado at WYSRANT'S NEW STUDIO. No. 327 W. Walnut Street, (Over Mncniilojr'a Theatre.) LOUISVILLE, - KY- ?icturi. Copied ml Mt fan vssmmmmmimmsmmifm FBEK TO ALL, 5 Our llluatratcd Cau-3 loirii. conuiulng a : cnmpt.ta aaaorlinent : or tliaclioin.( riann, !i,fffl.. Bulb. Roots. Sinill Frultl, erapa Vlnl. Bttru na aua Tim. In cultivation. will b maiim FREE lo all Applicant!. NEW PLtNIS.baatiyialllyol Block. luwMt priua. fuilafaction aiiftrantoMI. AUdreaa NANZ NEUNER, lOKimLLa. IT. FINE SHOW CASES. 4uTAk for caUloarue. TERRY M'F'Q CO., N ashviu.!. TinN. LARGE STOCK. TE1T. PRICES LOW. a, Specialty. Bargains. S arm Clearing Sale for the next 30 days in order to make room for Spring Goods. Prices re gardless of Cost. Will not be undersold by anybody. FURS Highest market price paid for Furs. SHYER'S CORNER. Caldwell & Handle, MANUFACTURERS OF GALVANIZED IN, CORNICE, WINDOW CAPS, cm, u, cwin m mm mi mm AND DEALERS IN Tinware, Glassware. Queensware, Cutlery and Lamps. Ninth HoplElnavlllo. XZy. LOUISVILLE. KY.