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TrtCO. t. IARTUY, FRIDAY, Buil..at f.a...r junu c, mh. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Walter Kully went to Croftou Wod jund ay on bunimwH. Iiov. Jno. F. White, of Cadiz, was in tho city 8 day or two of this work. Dr. C. P. Klli, of Cleveland, Ohio, in vMlintf bin relative Loin for tho iirrft t iii in six yini-J. MIms K.il i Olmi'jmv, of Nashville, wh.i iiikl lin vMllntf Miss Cora Po r.x, nluruod homo ye-Hterdny. Mr. Otho Graven, of LouiHviUe, af ter spending n few days in this city, loft for Louisville yoatorday morning. Mrs. Meloiun Gillilnnd and daugh ter, Miss Charlie, of Dawron, are vis iting Couuciluian Gilliland' family. Mrs. Harry Martin, of Bonham, Toxuh, who has been visiting at Mr. F. A. Voat's, has roturnod to Grocn villo, Ky. Mm. Dryor has returned from an ex tended vwit to Cincinnati, and is now at tho homo of her aou, ou tho Clark villo pike. Mm. Annie L. Starling Hixmt Wed nesday and Thursday with tlio family of Mr. Allxii Kelly, in tho BarUor s Mill uoighlwrhood. Judge J. 1. Lamina returned yester duy from Saratoga, where ho had been for a month attending the Trcs- hyterian Assembly. Mr. Thomas Ellis, who has lieen in tho jewelry storo of Mr. Jumna M. Howe for quito a number of yours, left yesterday for Jonmliorb, Ark. Mrs. Matlio McLeod, 'after a visit to friouds in the Caky neighborhood, lias returned to tho city, tho gut of tha family ql 'Sourre Alex. Campbell. Judgo J. I. Landes arrived homo from the East yesterday. Mrs. Lftndes and Miss Anna, who are now in Co u.ul.iu, Ohio, will not nturu for eov end days. Mr. E. M. Flack' family is lmrd tng at Dr. Hickman' while his house in being built. Tho uow nwidoiiee will bo ready for occupancy ou o: before Oct. 1. CREAM JF NEWS. Probabla Suddan Death. .. A twlcgrum HERE AND THERE. was roooivou i rum Hutchison, Kansas, lait Monday morning by tho mother of Ncwtou Goodwin Informing her of tho death Xf her son at that place. It U believ , ad that his death waa rather sudden. Mm. U.xxlwiu and daughter, Miw r.. . 1. ft Il.a wiln tnr TTllter,. I aon. ' Doeoaaod was alxwt 81 year 'nM and waa raised iu this city. He horned tho trado of carriagc-.tuiith with McCamy, B mlo & Co., and wont Ui Hutchison ftvo year ago, v hire he jnarricd. Ho loft no children. Shot His Couain. Wm. Slmnklin, a 17-year-old aon of Jack Shankliu, wa-i shot and dungor inisly wounded last Sunday by bUcou- iu, a 12-year-old son of Press Martiu Tho parties live soToral miles north wist . of town " and on tho day aliove named tho boys woro with a party of Youth who had slarted to go bathing. The Martin boy carried along a pun and as he was going np a hill walking liehind Shanklin the gun went off u1 struck Shanklin to the left of his sniue, the ball passing through his body. Dr. Bartlett, of Kirkniansvillo, was sent for ami lutor one of tho doc tors from this city wont out. The wounded boy was aliveat last accounts but bad off. Robbed Whil Atlcep. Last Mouday John Clark, of Sink iiiir Fork, camo to town nud d'wpowd of his "garden truck," etc., and started homo. Aftor getting a short distance from town he slopiied at his usual plneo to take his lunch and concluded that ho would stop long euough to let his horses eat awhile, lay dow n on tho grass aud dropped off to sleep. - , ,!...,.. ....... !!.. .110 says mat nouiu ui uw wiw miuutcn, but when ho awoke found ihat some one had cut one of his pock ets and roblied htm of all tho money he had about him, a little over $13. Ho says ho was not drunk, as has been "stated. He has no idea who stolo his Sam Hester's Miifortune. R. S. Hester, son of John M. Hes ter, of this city, was the victim of an unfortunate accident nt bpringltoUl, Tenn., yesterday morning. Tho young man, who is better known as Sum Hester, has been for about a year a brakeman on the L. & X. and it was while eouDlinir car that he slipped . and fell under the wheels. His right W waa badlv crushed in two places and had to le amputated alovo the knee. He is a young man of rather frail physique and his father greatly fears lie will not survive the shoe!;. Mr. and Mrs. Hester wont to Spring field on tho cannou ball train yester day. Some weeks ago young Hester was disabled by having one of his hands crushed anu nau uot uo. .W-V; at work long. , Simmocolon's Record. Tl.n fivA-vnnr-nld horse. Simmoco- 1 in, by Simmon, bred by Noe Dills lit Cynthiana and brought here when n colt and trained by P. H. McNanoy, lias just leapod into fame by making a trotting rocoru or z.m at l axersuii N. J., Wodnosday. Tins liorso was owned by Mrs. Auna Dills up to 15 months ago. i wo years n?o slio was anxious to sell him for $2,000. Mr. McNnney had great iiur.n m the coil irom tho start and ho began to show such speed in 18S8 that Mrs. Dills finally doubled her price and sold him to Count Vallensfein, of Califor nia, for $l,7f0. This lost achievement of Simmocolon will put him nt onco iu the class of $10,000 horsns and will make the horse men of this city who could have bought him so cheap two years ago go out and kick themselves. Mrs. Dills still owns tho dam of Sun-inoculou. Tho poliio made S3 arrest iu lost month. . . Vilulia Liror Pills euro without do bilttatuig. . 1. M. Wooldridgo, livery, food & sale st able, Frill' st and . Telephone 142. Marriage licente was granted J. W. Allen to wed Mis Arova Kodgor this week, Dr. J. Q. Thomas has moved back to Longview for the practlco of hi profession. Mr. F. H. msliaw i quito sick with flux at his home ou South Vir ginia street. Dr. W. M. Fuqua bus entirely re covered from his illuess aud ia again uble to practioo. Thero were 9 patient discharged from the Asylum last mouth, 6 re stored and 3 improved. Tho protracted mooting at Lilierty church closed Monday ni('hL There woro thirty-seven conversion." Messrs. Skorritt & Alcot have just fiuLshiitl paintiug the dwelling of Mr. It. S. Gary, near Church Hill, doing an oxuolleut job. . Tho K. of P. Lodgo hold a spocial meeting last night for work in tho rauk of fjiquire, thero being ton candidatoa for thut degroo. . Next Sunday ia Childreu' Day at tlie First Presbyterian church. Au iutuiwting program ia in preparation and everybody is invited. William Johnaou, the negro who tried to buffl himself out of the cala boose last Suuday night, was bold uver to tho September term of Circuit Court. Ho is iu jail. Tho public schools close ono week from to-day. These are recognized the Stato over as among the boat with in our border and are the pride of our city. The sale of 20 head of hone and head of short-horn cattle take place on tho farm of Mr. Bon I). Moore, near Church Hill to-morrow. Mr. Mooro will give a grand barbocue, and overybody ia iuvited. Arrangineuts have been made for several raoos to take ulaca at the Driving Park on Sat unlay June 21. There will also bo a glosa ball shoot ing nmtch and much fun ia antici The city ordiuance roquinug pro perty owners to keep an oye on tho sanitorv condition of their . promises will be rigidly enforced. The police have been not i fled to g!vo the matter special attention. . Tho Moayon building 1 rapidly go ing up. Tna iron iront was put in position last Monday aud Dulton Bros.' largo force of mason are making good headway with the wulls, though It will require about six wooks, to complete them. A warrant has been sworn out against Israel Herring, col., charging him with arson iu the burning of John McKnight's barn near Oarrettsburg, on the uight of May 30. Herring has fled and will probably not be easily Vcaptured. Rev. W. L. Nourse will deliver the baccalaureate address liefore the stu dent of the South-Westorn Presby terian University at Clorksville next Sunday morning. There will be no service at the Ninth Street Presby- terjan church next Sunday morning or evening. Christian women raombora of the Charity association you are request ed to attend the next meeting to be held at the residence of Mr. S. O. Bucknor. June Oth at A p. m , and encourage by your presence a noble work, which for eight year has shown most ((ratifying result. Miss Mitford' dramatization of "Riouzi," was prosontod to a largo and appreciative audience at tho Opera House, by tho Cordon Bloua and Attic Bee societies of South Kentucky College, last Wednesday night. To say tliat oil tho characters wore well sustained is not enough. All ot the participant did exceedingly well, Tho closing of thoir stores by the merchants ot 7 o'clock is endorsed by tho nooule jronorally. There is no cla of people probably who .putiin more working hour than clorks, old the opportiiuity thus given them ly thoir employes for rest and recreation will bo appreciated to the fullest ox- tont. Frof. J. W. Rust contmuo3 vory low. His appetite is gono, his strength is fast failing, but his mind continue clear aud active aud he fully realize that his romuininir dnvs are fow. He sooms to have no well donned disease but his trouble is a general lotting- down of a onco strong and vigorous constitution. Maj. J. 0. . FarroU closed the ten mouths tRxwiou of hia excellent High School yesterday with no formalities further than the usual declamatory exercises at tho end of the week. The session has boon a very successful one from the start, the number of u pils being well up towards the limit fixed by Maj. Forroll. The boarding department has boon unusually full sovoral different states being repre sented. There will bo services at tho First Presbyterian church noxt Sunday morning, liov. a. van, who, with Mrs. Vail, arrived iu-tho city yester day, will preach hi first sermon as pastor of that church, rrooching also at night. The public is invited to at tend. Mr. Vail received the unani mous call to this church aoine five or six weeks ago, but owing to the death of Mrs. Voil's mother ha boon de layed in removing to tho city. Mr. anil Mrs. Vail are the guasU of Mr. aud Mrs, Walter Kelly, . CITY PROPERTY. A Handsome Increas in Spite of the Spring Fires. Tho following items or interest are tuken from the City Assessor a book for WHO, Just returned to the City Clerk: Number of tithes, white, 714, min ister not taxed, 10; colored tithes, C17, miuisters 10, Making a total of 721 white and 683 colored males over 21, against t)!l2 white and t31 colored lust year. This is not a comploto list, as thore are probably 20 or 80 voters in the city exempted from poll tux anu uot included iu the list of tithes. Furthermore the colored list shows au increase of 30, while the Kkntuck- un only a few month ago printed the name of 74 voter who were not listed lost year. Those names brought the list for 1880 up to 005 aud yet tho 18'JO list shows only 583. Thero has been some more dodging, but not so much as last year. These figure show a total of 1,307 voters, but tho old mon exempted and the dodger would add DO or 100 nuiuo to this footing. Tin raorisTY Lin. llom)fclollJlil ,.. 1". Cattle C'uriiiige. Stui-w H trhu Sliver klute I'l.Bua Tuwu luu, rca, Muuejr, eta MA Mill ... 11M&U ,v 1.1 IU I.WO ... l.lll.WU M.IUI Tnul I. iisi.ais TsxesMtwrae. ii&VM CULOKAU. Himn. M vuluetl at I '. Carrlapa sum,!, M Walolim IMaaoa Town luu IU, M 0.1 Montr. Mr. . M Tiital Taxes..... Combine! value Comlttawt U&ua lucre m la value, over Imhs . . n.tn.ui . rir.imj.n S.4U DEATH8. Thore were five deaths anionj I lie Asylum patient last inoiilh. COLOIIKD. Ada Burkuor, in the city Tuesday, of consumption, aged 10 years. Lucy Flomiug, near Cosky, of ty phoid fever, aged 17 year. Heavy Sale. Tho Master Commissioner sold last Monday the folhwing proporty be longing to J, M. Hipkins: The Ban ner Stublo, fronting Mniu and extend ing to Virginia street, to W. B. Mason for $0,600; 130 acres laud, four miles northeast of town, to J. W. Charlton for $1,000; 283 acres land on Buttor milk road, to Bucknor & Hay for f025j house and 2 acres ground nrnr West Seventh, to P. W. Brashor for $850; 2 lot on Soventhstrootto Buck nor Ai Hay a for $011. These sales woro made by C. W. Radford's execu tor to satisfy claims against Mr. Hip- kins. 05 acres land near the Asylum woro sold to Collis & Hays for $1)00 to sat isfy cluim of E. O. Sebroe against T. Sultzer. 250 acres laud near Fee Dee wore sold to Dr. James Rodman for $2,081 to satisfy his claim against f . Morris. Every tissue of tho body, every bone, muscle and organ, is made stronger and more healthful by the use of Hood's Sarsaporillu. This ia the last day of the present torm cf the Common Plea Court. Owing to the large amount of busi ness ou the dockot Judge McPhersou, though disposing of it as expeditious ly a possible, found it nooessary to extend the term six day. We extend our thanks to Mr. O. ,M. Brown, the efficient clerk, for the many courtesies extended to us. Tuesday Night'i Dane. "Tho dance given by the young goutlouion of the city last Tuesday night wa very recherche affair. The dance wa (riven in honor of Tounjr ladie visiting in the city, and the eentlemen were untiring in their effort to make it tha luocea whicn it wa. Following I liot of those in attendance: MUse Sallie Glasgow and Claytie Ford, Nashville; Lallie Wooldrldge, Kate Wooldridgo, Lula Ywnfroe, Julia Veuable, Mary Clark, Mary Radford, May Fuqua, Delia Fuqua, Mary Belle Moroer, Cora Potroe, Lizzie Mercer, Mattio Bucknor, Lucy Henry, Green Honry and Mis Moore, of Louisville. Mossr. Harry Ware, Harry Bryan, E4 Arnold, Alex Cox, Philip Boul- waro, John Campbell, Walton Bryan, Bryan Hopper, Frank Boll, W illiam Hopjier, Walker Wood, Ashby Ed- muuda, Tom Potroe, GanoGrissam, Jouett Henry, Oswiu Stehihagon, Allen Cox, C. K. Wyly, Dick Tyler and Honry Tandy. Commendable. All claim not consistent with tho hiit, ehsrscter of Svruo of Fiirs are purposely avoided by the Cal. Fig Syrup Company. It acta gontly on the kidnev. livor and bowels, cleans ing the system enociuony, uui it is not a cure-all aud makes uo preten sions that every bottle will not sub stantiate. The Kkntdckiak regret to an nounce the serious illness . of Judge W. W. McKeuzie, at the residence of hi aon, Hon. Jas. A. McKenzie. Judgo McKenzio is now one of the oldost men in the county, being 86 years of ago, and for many years he has been one of the most honored citizen of Christian county. Stores to Close. We, the undersigned merchant of the city of Hopkinsvillo, Ky, desir ing to show our appreciation of the faithful services of our employee and realizing the confinement to which they are compelled to submit in Uieii respective duties, agree to close our business house at 7 o'clock on each evening of the week oxcept Saturday, beginning on the first day of June, 1800, and continuing until the first day of September, 1890. C. M. Lntham, Bassott & Co., A. A. Metz, Jas. M. Howe & Co., J. H. Du rnndo, Hopjier Bros., M. D. Kelly, Thompson & Meadow, Forbes & Bro., W. H. Olvev. M. Frankel's Sons., N. Tobin & Co., Bryan & Son., Geo. O. Thompson, Hoosor & Ballard, Cald well & Kundlo, Bush Shoe Co., Roa, Johnson & Ovenbinor. Kontucky's most prominent and Piitertirisiinr fancier. J. F. Barbae, of Millersliurg, Bourlran Co., was award ed sovoral prizes at tho lute New York poultry show, being the only exhibi tor from the South who captured a first prize. Mr. Barbae breeds all the choicest varieties of land and water fowl, and will take great pleasure In mailing hi discriptive circular to all who wUl send him their addresses. The Census, so far a the city ia ennenrnnd is boinir conducted, in a very listless and loisuroly sort of way. The law requiring cities of 10,000 poo pie to be taken in 15 days does not pply here and tho whole of June will be taken up. Two of the enumera tors will stop work altogether four day to servo as officers of registration. Iu the city the work is being done by P. F. Roger in No. 1, It. l.Mc- Dauiel in No. 2, A. S. Gentry in No. 3 aud Hiram Smith, col., and Dr. B. F. Eagor in No. 4. Harry Coleman, col., and Peter Boyd, col., are working up the district outside of the city limits. Two Hearts. Mr. J. F. Moochoin in looking over his seed corn found two grains that had two separate and distinct hearts each. Ho planted each grain in a separate part of tho Gold and each produced two stalks" of corn. The four shoot are growing nicely and promise to produce two fold. May Arrests. ' Broach of pooce '. 27 Drunkenness -. 20 Concealed deadly weapon 1 Arson . ........ 4 Petit larceny 2 Shooting with intent to kill CITY COURT NEWS. Owon Sullivan, drunk, 2 cases, fined $7 in first cose, and second one dis missed. Fine paid. Tom Owen, col.,, disorderly conduct, fined $3 and cost. Jno. Hanrraves, col., breach of peace, acquitted. Emmott Trice, ool., fornication, ac quitted. Dick Miles, drunk, out on bond. Jas. Foley, drunk, fined. $7. Sent to work house. Mollie Wilson, Lula Campboll and Sina Morton, all colored, disorderly conduct, trial sot for 10 o'clock this morning. Don't Feel Well, ' And yet you are Tiot sick enough to sonsult a doctor, or you refrain from so doing for fear you will alarm your self aud friend we will tell you iii.fwhar, von need. It ia Hood's SarsaDorilla. whioh will lift you out of that uncertain, uncomfortable, dauger dition. into a state of good health, confidence and. cheerfulness. You'vo no idea how potont this pecu liar medicine i in cases like yours. The Baptist church has purchased from Mrs. S. W. Moss forapastoriuin the two-story residence on the ooruer of Virginia and Thirteenth stroeta, built some year ago by Mr. A. U Bush, The houso ia a comparatively new ono, is centrally located and the place has some desirable improvement. The price paid wa $2,100 and possession was given immediately. The rooms are being repaired this week and Dr. Nash will move in early next week. Mrs. Moss ha moved to the Fetro cottage on South Main. ::' ' BARGAIN TIMES! Commencing Wednes day, June 11th, contin uing until June 28,1 will place on my center counters an immense line of bargains. I have just received auother flue lot of Umbrellas. Prices will Buit you. 4Jo. buys a good Challi, worth 7Jc. Bent unbleached Domestic at 7 cents. Hope Domestic down to 8c. Only 10 yards gold to each customer. J K. FORBES Pladii JG IsViilLLS, Wagon Factory, Implement and Seed Store. We wish to call the special attention of farmora to our Immense Stock of Plgws, Wagons, Buggies and Seeds, " . Guaranteed to be First-Class. Blount's True-Blue Cast Steel Plows, Hoilman's Cast Steel and Chilled Plows, The Celobrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, Avery's Steel and Chilled Plows, South Bend Chilled Plow Fruit, Masouville and Lonsdale down to 8o. Only 10 yards sold to each customer. 104 Bleached sheeting worth 80c., down to 20c Best 9-4 bloached or unbleached sheeting down to 25c. Good Pealr Buttons worth 7c. a doz. down to 2Jc. a doz. Fine Toilot Soap that soils everywhere 20 and 25c., my price will be 8c. Extra large Mosquito Bar iu Pink, Blue, Green and White. Carpet and Milliuory at your own price. Hundreds of other bargains too numerous to mention. Zephyr 4c. per oz. Order by maU. NOTICE! The world rcnowued Deoring Giant Mowers, Binders and Reapers, cutting 5, 6 and 7 feet. The chen)est and most ocouomical machine ever put in tho field. Climax Disc Harrows, Iron Duke Harrows, . Tho Evans Harrows, Keystone Harrows. Buggios, Pluetous, Spring Wagons, Road Cart. Buggy aud Wagon Harness, baddies and Undies. Engines, Threshers and Stuckers, METZ, "Leader and Controller of Low Pita,' Tho centennial of Methodism in Kentucky was celebrated at Bussell villo this woek. Among those from this place who attended were Rov. Tho. Bottomley, Mr. and Mr. F. J. Brownoll, Mrs. Mary Morton, Mrs. J. W. Lewis, G. H. Johnson, W. F. Rnn dle, Chas. Cooper, and Misses , Jennie Ellis, Lottie McDamel, ami Lutio Campbell. They returned home Wednesday. Many rorsons Are broken down from overwork or hooaehold una Jtrowu's Iron Hitters rebuild, i he ijritem. M 'Mll?; ."TrirV .l of Ulc.mi.ltruramlarl. Uet tbi mmulri SPECIAL LOCAL National Fertilizer Co. NASHVILLE, TE2CX. i ra Mttiiur their Hiirh Gra 1o Tobac co Grower and other brand of Fertil zeraat wholesale price to Wbeelors and other farmer. If your local dealer or agent cannot supply you, v. rite to the factory for pricoi. Aodres Box 325, Nashville, Tjnu. - Lace Curtains laundriod for 50c. per pair, Counterpanes 2ie each at Met calfe's Hopkinsvillo Steam Laundry. Osborne Binders. We are agents for the ivlel i ated D. M. OAorno & Co. Hinders and Mowers, and would bo pleased to sup ply these machines to tho f armors. fo are just in receipt of n car loud which will at once bo put on sale at this place, also at Douglas and La fayette. We kp a full lino of re pairs aud twine nt this place. ALLENSWORTH & MoKNIGHT. Howkll, Ky. SPECIAL LOCALS, STOCK SALE AND GRAND BARBECUE. On Saturday. Juno 7th, '00, X will oiler for sale at public auction, at my farm near Uburcn mil, nnsiiau county, Ky.,20 head of nmres and iroldimzs and 6 bead of Shorthorn cattle. At tlie same time I will give a rousincr barbecue. One and all in vited. - - BEN D. MOORE, Hotel For Sale. A good house ill Trenton, Ky., well located, and known as tne "uanniiiss House" for Bale at a bargain. Call on or address ' J. C. Dycus, ViO-UO.lmo. Trenton, Ky TJso Arderson's Electrio Prophylno tio, a sure preventative and cure for Gapos and Cholera, in chickens. Uver a uuuiireu nouios boiu iu jiup 'ihwvillo and nnt ono returned. Sold, no cure no pay, by G. E. Gaither. Plymouth Rocks. A few thoroughbred yomigcockorols inns. old. lorsalo ill wets., or win ixchiuige fowls; apply nt this office. Horse Shoeing Of nil atvloa (lnn bv William Lewis. (ioiieral renairini? bv C. Jackson. All r t ,, work guaranteed. Uive us a can. Corner Sixtn ana v irgiuia siruum. Total. 1 53 W. D. Earns,-' Chief of Police. A Big Improv.ment. Messrs. Pylo & Ronshaw, the furni ture men, have for severul weeks been at work on thoir furniture rooms, up stairs in tho Henry Block; A now rnisod floor for the bettor display ol their flue suit of furniture has been nit down, the olhee he- been re nnred and narjored. all 'tlie rooms hav been re-painted, aud now every thing presents a bright and attractive appearanoe. These gentlemen., know what furniture is and when to buy it, and thov sav thev are going to sell at lower prices than ever before. Their only expense is house rent and they well afford to do this.. They carry ono of the largest stocks in the State, from the finest to the cheapest grades, oonsnicuous among which are their bridal suit, xnose wno are couieiu plnting furnishing bridal chambers or nooding furniture of any kind should not fail to call and tnspeot their stock. LEMON ELIXIR. A Pleasant Lemon Drink. For biliousness and constipation, take Lemon Elixir. For indigestion and foul stomacn, take Lemon Elixir. For sick and nervous headaches, take Lemon Elixir. s For sleeplesRiioss and nervousness, take Lemon Elixir. For loss of appetite and debility, tuL-A T.anmn Elixir.. For fevers, chills and malaria, take Lemon Elixir. .... . Ijminn Ellxu-will not fall you in any of the above diseases, all of which arise from a torpid or disordered liver, stomach, kidneys, bowels or blood. Prepared only by Dr.- H. Mozloy, Ailimta. Ga. 50o. and 11.00 per bot tle. Sold by all druggist. A Prominent Minister Writes. After ten year of great suffering form indigestion, with groat nervous iimstration. biliousness, disordered t;,i,,ova Riid constipation. I have been cured bv Dr. Mozley 'a Lemon Elixir, ml am now a well man. Rv. C. C. Davis. Eld. M. E. Church South. No. 2TaluaU st. Atlanta, Ga, FOR SALE OR TRADE Home" sewin? machino, Wf a "Mew National" sewing machine, 40 Marlin improved repeating rule., it Lovoll washing machines... . 6 TI,aa rliias are all new. Will sell them at a bargain or trade other useful article of equal value. Ap ply at Kxnti'ckias office. Farm For Rent. T nffur fnr rent for a term not ex ceeding four year, beginning Janu ary 1, 1891, the Rosebrook farm, situ the Clarksville pike, four ;ioa oiWI, nf HrmkiiiHville and ad joining the farms of W. T. Radford, J. O. Cushman and othors, contain ing S.riO acres. 260 in cultivation and ii... r. in imiW. . This farm is in high state of cultivation, well improved and abundantly supplied with run nimr urnror. It i adiuirablv adapted tn ff,n etilHratinn of wheat: corn and tobacco, or would make an excellent stock farm. Henrt J. Stites, Adm'r of Mr. M. C. Edmunds, do- ceased. . April 21,1890. $25 REWARD. Description of Rout. Bruff, alios Unlit. Williams: Black, about 5 foot 11 inches high, weighs 175 or . 180 TVMlllrfS. smooth face, about 25 yoars old, quick spoken and rather fine voice, wore sioucn uiaca uai, new striuod cotton shirt and reinforced blue nnttonade pants, broaan shoes, right shoo run over inside, . escaped from Work-house June 2nd, 181)0. A reward of twenty-five ($25.00) dollars his delivery to me at will be paid for I Work-houso. W. T; Vinonu. Manager. Lost. Ono dark bay mare mulo. Scars on both shoulders. Last aeon near Hopkinsvillo. Any information lead ing to her recovery will beevrawardod by BEN,M?UEE, Beunettstown, Ky. r. Itnllci.l, I'nu. Itllcv Ely, Sci it Trruii. HEADQUARTERS FOR Our stock of Oils, Paints and Varnishes, School Books and sta tionery is now com plete.and we cordially invite the public to call and examine be fore purchasing elsewhere. The H. B. Garner DragGo. Builders' and Farmers ' HARDWARE. Sash, Doors, Blinds, ' Mouldings, Brocke(fi, ' Lime, Hair, Cement and Fire Brick. White Lead, Linseed Oil, .. Olass and Putty, - Paint Brushes. Sherwin-Williams Mixed Paints, Fam ily Paint, Floor Paint, Etc. We defy any imploment house in tho United State to beat the above line of gbods, made close to homo, and we keep a full stock of repairs for all Wo most cordially invite you to call and see u. ; Most Respectfully, FO RDES & BRO. (r&2 r-r Sr 51 'rr fera S &s! J 'UP ft) 111 THE LADIES' FEIST ! LATHAM'S WE ARE ADVERTISING PYLE & REXSHAW, W lion Jni k ami .1111 brnuxht up tliplr Mil To linvft iim 1111 tticlrnrilcr. 80 thoy went Htvjtlirtil ilon-n Anil told It 'rnunil OurgiKMl nre rlir-up an valor. HENRY BLOCK, Up Stairs. -.. WILL LAST A LIFETIME. Warranter! 25 Tears I NOT HALF thsOOSTof STERUNO SILVCP. STEHUHfl, SILVER V . tf5 11 ..pnw:it-'sv -r-f ' K &-"-T T T-- -J 1 111 SUMMER GOODS TREAT. Now thut tho Summer ia fairly upon us, and having still on hand a few Dress Goods that must be taken from my shelves, tlie ladies are offered a rich treat in prices. "The good are of the very best moke and first-class in every way, aud no one needing anything in this hue should fail to call and seethcm. My stock of Laces, Trimmings, Notions, Gloves, and Shoes is the best to select from in the city. ; . ' See my stock of Brussols and Ingrain Carpet, Fancy Mattings, etc. You can't fail to lie ploased. For the past liberal patronogo of a gonorous public I extend my sincere tlianks, and for the future I promise that nothing snail be left undone to retain it. ; Respectfully, .baa a mi I m m m tiiL, unMo. m. im i nam. 1 The Great Summer and Winter Resort. a in mt r rn ' Dawson, Hopkms Cotmty, Ky. Thusn oiehi-Hteil Clifilviieiite nml Suit Kniln2 are ulttintert bimetllatclT upon the Hewiwrt Nwn ft M.aiwliii Valluy Uiillnmd, lttt uillon wett of Louisville, Ky.. and W uilteti ibi( of 1'ft- ilucali, Ky. Tjclg .ica.d.ia. House nontlr furtilnlit'tt with n rniiacltv nf cntrrtotnlng fl)0 tierann. Tho owners of the Hn t.wiui'rfl if thu S.rlMK tlie KitectHdf tlio Aivmlift Ifmir linn b'UKK ALCKMH T NliM wltliitiiteKtvn flmi-uu. Iiivulhln should remi-inlM-r that thi- moritlin of htuy atxt .Ihiim nffcr many mlviintnitex to iwrwimt Tlttlllng I Ik- Hprinir The tiry uitl iifum taiw w ma. fm-luiTd nt tiiG htrhiCrt. ror i am pine in, circular, vie, iy mi j. w. PR1TCHETT, A MiKlt. N. M. HOLEMAN & CO., riiorniKToiis fitful NtVt NOTICE! Th undersigned surviving part ners of Cha. McKeo & Co., will sell for sixty day, the stock of groif" now in store, on which for CASH great BARGAINS CAN l procured. Aocouut made to this date are re quired to be paid ou presentation when duo, otherwise they will be placed in the hands of proper persons for collection. A. R. McKec. June 1, WW) W. N. McKxe. SPOONS AND ' FORKS HAVINO STEnllHS SILVrTH. half throush th baok t points ipoa to wMr. as Mown Djr out, ' THEN PLATED EHTIRE. fiunranuwltooontain i mora thwr ond o rm mor durable than any platad or LIGHT Starling UUwt good maaa W2 AND SOU UY CLA.RKSVILLE, TENN, . AIM a largo .lock of V Sterling Silver Goods. FOR.SALE. m oamm nt froah pICHml tfififl. annil BOll. alOUt half tiillo H.iiilt of t- Hv Hmlti aud aUmt 1U0 va Wuittof Cral)atilc ptMid. Alai a. rr.nlJo1nlHH John A. Twj-mBn'i Ami itt aci-ctiuii riifc Will nmd nlx-nt onr mile rrfim cltr . Awly to II - K. UtivU or thr under llliwl. , M. M. Weat.. AT THE PARK! I desire to sny to the farmers of this and adjoining comitios, that the stallions named below will make the season of 18iK), at the Driving Park, un der my supervision. An examination of these stallion will convince you that ;i ; it.r,i,r intonwt in breed to the best stock. Respectfully, . p IT (M1WI?V Bonnie Hambletonian. tiH i tiku " " ver ln ",e ""n"y- 1'r.nnmKli-ny Mi-Ciiiily'f Iliinilili'tonlnn H-JilK. Uy HuroM ll lm llrtlo, lilt. Kiim "I J:)i, ami mmiy otlicm In tlio :)W ll.t, niinlilo'ailniu Kntlo 10 (Ihoi-ounlilirwl) liy iK-linntur. Iio liv liuli. Iliiniile Sr,itlnil, liit limn Lady Lanuiitor, 34 Ham Kate by Lva Paul, TBn Will mak tho K-aium st 18(10 at twen ty ilnlliim tlio!lin. II maro proves lint Hi . mill l.a mfiltl.lwd W l,An Hie fact ik'lci intiifiil, orllK) t,i liimu-o a mare -I NM. i.M.-Hl.lU IsA ol AlllHlHt will bo ac ceiiuiil'ln lieu ol culi, fur ia,u' service. GORDON, IN0.3127. Pkmkiptioh The etoutoet mndo, bout honwl liny. lit lianda, winy. Vfintiir Htiilllnn ln Kaiitiii'.kv nmk-d May lat, bred by Cflj.t. M. M 1'ttrlH, Ky. PsnioRKR Slrcii liv Onwnrtl, word t:Ul$. nv of llourl 1:17, fcOiadiditnd Onwnnl S:iV 3 Cyclone Mro of Dr. fnnrk S-ycar rdt FHvuiite by AbdullHh IS, aire of Goiilxuilth MhIiI 3:14 and tl other In S:iM. ad dain liv Unm. hdno Chief 11, tire of Lady Thorn 1:18' i and 1 ot!tor in S:H0 iW dam by Ctwdor. Stb dam by O.-ey Katfle. OtU Uain by Whip, Sm vlce fco $20 by tho season, with tha uaual return ,'1y1cko. IIILLIIE1T leriETIlEft. -ALSO AN ELKGANT LIMi OF- Dry Goods, "White Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods. XML.OE&S&BS' OOBSXJ. ' SHYER'S CORNER.