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MJllSBM TUESDAY AM fP.IDAI IORMNSS, CHAS. M. MKACHAM. 8DB80EIFTI0I 3 A TEAK II AIVAHOE. Loci rolln notlco. ccnu pr Hne. cLlltw.l tevnu M)r lino ew:l liimsrtltto. R.U). or BUmllns mtivtiL'tlmsuieuU luinlalwa wi l lillcMbiu . . i . OBm II u4 SO Until Stmt, our fort Mot. TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1890. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Clerk Court of Appeals, WOODFORD W. LONG MOOR, of Harrison County. For Judge 1st Superior Court District, WILLIAM H. YOST, Jr. of Muhlenberg, County. County Ticket. - For Judge, THOS. J. MORROW. For Attorney, LABKIN T. BRASHER. For Clerk, WILLIAM COWAN For Sheriff, - " ' W. MOSES WEST. '. For Assessor, DENNIS R. PERRY. For Supt. of Schools, ' PROF. S. L. FROGGE. For Jailer, ' ,.4 GEO. W. LONG. For Surveyor, t. H. P. RIVES. For Coroner, DR. JNO. L. DULIN. DAYS 0F REGISTRATION: June 6, 7, 13 and 14 at all Voting Places. The Last Chance. Notwithstanding the fact that the weather was favorable, the time not a busy one and the days of registration thoroughly understood, a large per oentageofthe voters of the county failed to register last, week in many districts. There yet remain two days next Friday and Saturday and no man who expects to vote in August should fail to turn out and register. No one can vote who is not . properly registered and next Saturday is the last chance unless you are sick or out of the county this week. Urge upon all who have not registered the im portance of doing so on the two re maining days. It is a time when no good citizen can afford to stay away from the polls. Prof. Jacob Ward Rust died at his borne in this city Sunday morning, June 8, after a protracted illness. For many weeks his once robust constitu tion and great vitality had been grad ually failing from no well defined dis ease and both his friends and himself have fully realized for some time that the end was near. Only a few days ago, by the exercise of his great will power, he mustered sufficient strength to present diplomas to two young lady gia luatea in his room in the college, where so many years of his useful life had been spent. Like a true veteran he di A at his post and just as his year's business had been closed. In the brief confines of a death notice a proper tribute cannot be shown to the memory of this distinguished educa tor and Christian gentleman, a good portrait of whom appears above. - Born in Logan county, Ky, Feb. 14, 1819, he worked on a farm until be was fifteen years of age. By his own exertions he acquired an educa ion and adopted teaching as a pro fession early in life. . For fifty-three years he billowed this calling.iu which he achieved great distinction and dying leaves behind him the record of a life well spent From 1864 to 1868 he was President of Bethel College, Russellville. For some yean he edited the Western Recorder, the Bap tist organ of the South. During the last twenty or twenty-five years he had been President of the Bethel Female College, of this city, during which time he presented di plomas to more than one hundred young lady graduates. Prof. Rust was a fluent and ready speaker, a forcible writer and his fund of information was great. In his de nomination he was a shining light and in the community a useful citizen. His funeral will be preached at 11 o clock to-day by his old friend, Dr. A. D. Sears, at the Baptist church. Interment in the city cemetery. The primaries to select delegates to the convention at Covington yester day to nominate a successor to Hon. John G. Carlisle, were held all over the Sixth district Saturday. In Ren ton county, with 29 votes, there was a split and two delegations for Hal lam and O'Hara will go up. Camp bell county instructs 21 delegates for Senator A. S. Berryj Pendleton 10 for Applegatej Boone 11 for J. C. Gaunt; Carroll 8 for Gaunt; Grant 6 for Dick inson and 2 for DeJarnette; Gallatin 4 for Rod Perry j Trimble 6 for Sena tor McCain. Mr. Ellis has scored another tri umph in a speech on the Silver Bill that attracted wide attention and la Deingniguiy praisea oy Uie press. This is the second time our gifted Congressman has come to the front in a Btrong speech within the last few weeks, somothiug rarely accomplished by a nrst-tivmer. Mr. Ellis' faithful ness in the discharge of duty is mak ing a reputation that is building fences at home for him bull strong. mule high and p:g tight ' Editor Givens is out in another printed speech in his paper, filling about eight columns of solid type. Life is too Bhort to uudortakoo read it all, but the public building quos tion still seems to he stirring up his liver, and in concluding he serves notice that nothing but a primary eioction will suit nun in the coming contest. Of the twenty-six census oinunera . tors appointed in Christian county, who wore appointed upon the rocom mendation of Young John Felaud, only one, so for as hoard from, is a , Democrat, and he is a boy not yet a votor. Six of the number are colored am nearly all of the list are "offensive partisans," to uso the language of Mr. Cleveland. ', Among the list of cifies to got the free postal delivery service on and aftor July 1st are Clurksville, Tenn mid Owenslioro, Ky. Hopkirsville's congratulations are extended to it neighbor s and it nor present census proves accurate aud complete she hopes to be in jKwiliun to receive sim ilar congratulations in the near future. " ' CHAMBERLAIN'S '. Eye aril Skin Ointment., A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes,- Tetter, i!.'ilt Kiieuin, Scald Heart, Old Chronic Sortw, Fever Sores, Kczoma, IU li, Prairie Scratches, Sore v;tilau mill PIliw. ft is ULKilinir and .,i),i,,,r rrmi.liTwla nf coma have I is the best, been cured by it aftor idl other treat-1 most successful treatment known and ment had failed. ,25 and 60 cent is pleasaut to take. For sale by Buck boxes for sale by Buckner Leavell. nerLeavell. Thtre would be far less complaint against the whiskey business if peo ple who drink would demand a fine whiskey, of a standard brand, and accept no other. There are many straight and well matured whiskies on the market, but no other stands so high with the medical fraternity, and with connoisseurs as the celebrated I, W. ILuipii Whiskey, of Kelson Coun ty, Kentucky. The genuine I. W. Habpib is told only by Edmundaon & Long, Hop- kuuville, Ky. . THE CRAFT. The Carlisle Reporter has been started at Arlington, Carlisle county, by Geo. T. Harris. Virginius Hutchins, of the Fulton Argue, is going to publish a book of original prose and poetry. ' The Greensburg Newt is one of the latest. It is a six-column weeklv mib- lished by Williams & Toles. The Russollvillo Herald appeared daily last woek on account of the clos ing exercises of the colleges. Mr. R. E Johnston, the new editor of the Gibraltar Democrat is, making a good start and keeping the paper up to its former standard. Billy Sterrott, formerly of the Whitesville Colonel, but lately a re porter on the Louisville Times, has losL his job for "taking in" the Courier Journal with a sensational joke about a midnight duel iu a Louisville cemotory betwoen rival lovers of an Evansville girl. Billy hao returned to his old home at Hawosville. The following item, clipped from the Ft. Madison (Iowa) Democrat, contains information well worth re membering: "Mr. John Roth, of this city, who mot with an accident a few days ago spraining and bruising his leg and arm quite severely, was cured by one 60 cent bottleof Chamberlain's I'uin Balm." This romeby is without an equal for sprains and bruises and should have a place in every house hold, f or sale by Buckner Lea veil. TOBACCO NEWS. Sales by Nat Gaither Co. of 60 Hhds. as follows: 21 hhds. good to medium leaf from tfi.OO to 7.00. 17 hhds. medium to common leaf from H.W to 4.00. 12 hhds. common to medium lugs iroin a iai io o.oo. Market firm at last weeks' prices. Just as sure as hot weather comes there will be more or loss bowel com plaint in this vicinity. Every person. and especially famines, ought to have some reliable medicine ut hand for in. stan ubb in case it is needed. A 25 or 60 wnt bottle- of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcwi Remedy h just what you ought to have and all that you would need, even for the most severe and dangerous caw. It the most reliable aud . PEDIQREEO HORSES. I Some Fine Spetimsnt Quartered at the Stablss of the Driving Park. There are a number of pedigreed horses and mares quartered at the stables of the Christian County" Driv- J ing Park, among the number beiug Gordon, Bonnie Ham blot onian, Ray Gordon, Simmo-PhaUis, Sallie C. Mollis Mac and ' others.' Gordon, owned by Mrs. Anna Dills, is a splen did blood bay, six years old, sired by On wood, the very best son of Geo. VVilkn, and out of Co inlet, the dam of Cyclone. Ho is a perfect model of beauty, having no defects, and is mus cular, short coupled and every part thoroughly developed. His blood is of the very best and if such a horse would not produce speed then there is little use of breeding for speed. Noxt in order is Bonnie Hambleto uiau, by McCurdy's Hambletouian, hp has shed more extreme speed than any other horse in" this part of the country. He is a very large sorrel, well built, with fine bone and is thor oughly proportioned, shows up adini rably in harness and is only five years old. This fine specimen of well bred equine flesh is owned by ;Mr. C;.F. Jarrett , . , . . , , . Wan two such pedigreed sues at their command the breeders of this vicinity ought to improve the oppor tunity, as it does not eost'any more money to, raise a thoroughbred colt than it does to raise a "scrub," and it is not infrequent that a well bred colt will sell readily at weaning time for more than an aged horse not so well bred. A look at the above horses will convince any One' of the fruits of breeding to fine stock. - The next animal which attracts at tention is Ray Gordon, a bay colt, two years old, owned by Mr. R. H. Holland. Ray Gordon was sired by Gordon, and is truly the pride of the stable. He is well built, active, well grown and is considered by competent judges of horse flesh to be the most promising eolt in this part oT the country. Under the training of Mr. P. H. McNaney this colt has devel oped groat speed. Simmo-Phallis, owned by Cooper & McNaney, la a 3-year-old bay cult. by the great Simmons, dam Lula Phallis. This colt is very stylish aud has plenty of bone. He is a half brother of Ray .Gordon and is above the average run of well-bred S-year olds. Sallie C. owned by Mr. Gentry Hillman, of Birmingham, Ala, is also under the training of Mr. McNaney. She is a beautiful chestnut sorrel, five years old, royally bred, McCurdy's Hombletonian being her sire and her dam a Hambletonian number 10 mare. She is developing great speed and it is confidently expected that she will beat 2:20 this year. She moves with grace and ease. Mollle Mao, owned by Mr. Mc Naney, is a bay mare of rather ordi nary appearance, but of fine blood, She is five years old and promises to hustle the horse that passes her on the fastest time. There are a great many other fine animals in the stables, among them, thirteen owned by Dr. Ben S. Wood, and one owned by Mr. Walter Bad- ford, but want of space forbids more than a passing remark. Mr. McNaney is assisted In training and speeding by Mr. A. ' B. Aulick, of Northern Kentucky, a thoroughly competent young man. Mr. McNaney has made the business a study and is quite an expert in the art himself. Dr. Wood has secured the services of Harry Phillips, also a professional trainer, to handle his fine stock. Next Saturday, the 14th (instead of the 21st, as was previously announced) a grand barbecue, glass ball shooting match and matinee will be given on the grounds of the Driving Park, at which time there will be several trot ting races and much fun Is in store for pleasure seekers. Correspondence. ' v CROFTON. CaorroN, Kr., June 9, '90. There has been but Utile tobacco set in this section and unless we have rain Uioro will not oe one unrd o( a crop sot, as plants are about ruined, Local frieght No.C3 ran into the north train yesterday two miles south of here; a few flats ware derailed and conductor L. B. Waltz spraiuod, his ankle by jumping off. Train No. 61 was delayed here about twenty min utes on account of the wreck. About four hundred voters regis tered Friday and Saturday. The Croftoo Academy closed the Spring term Thursday night with a ntie exhibition at the Academy Hall, which was well attended. The universal opinion is that it was the best entertain ment of the kind ever given in . the Hall. All the pupils acted well their parts and the audience laughed from the time the curtains rose until they dropped for the close. Mrs. John S, Atkinson, from Peace- ton, Muhlenberg, Co. Ky, spent several days here, last woek with friends. i i, : Miss Thusie Ray has gone to Em pire to spend a few days with Miss Emma Crabtree, prior to returning to ner borne near Hanson Ky. Buck. set from tliteo to six acres per, (lay in good shape, much dojvudiiitf on the skill of tlto dropper?. Boys and girls from 12 to 10 yours old Osiially make the best droppers, as' thoy are quick and learn easily,' and the work is neither heavy nor tiresome. It re quires a lime time io got iiwki to tli machine, hut in a fow hours operators of average intelligence will learn to do euod and rooaouuhlv raniu work aud iu a few. day a very font work ... The rows may be HO inches apart and as much more as desired, and the machine may be adjusted to drop water every in, in, 21 or ou uicneH, aud of course a plant should bo set every tune water is umpiicd. The machine makes a small furrow iu which the 'water is dmpiiod by the machine and the plant sot by the boy, lue plant ueing sot m the water no that the roots are thorouirhlr wotted. The furrow is closed and the earth packed around the plants by the packing plates, the row is thus left in a gontlo ridge, the slopo being 8 to 4 inches wide un ewh side of the. plant, the top of the ridge being alxmt one inch higher than tlio ground level. The packing of the earth is regulated by a spring on the packing plates, so that the packing can bo doue hard or soft to suit the held aud the viows of the operator. The packing plates as well as the plow adapt themselves to the uuavoniiess of the surface by means of tho sprinpi. The plants can be set deep or shallow, to suit the operator. This machine is rather oxptmsivo, costing about as much as a mower, i Catarrh Can't be Cured with local Applications, as they can not reach the seat of the disease, j Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you have to take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh cure as taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Halls Catarrh Cure is no quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years, aud is a regular proscription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimon ials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., To lodo, O. Sold by druggists, price 75o. . Mrs. Ueo. Marshall, a bride of four days, at Anniston, Ala., quarreled with nor uusband about the arrangement of the furniture in their room and committed suicide while worrying over the matter. ' Hon. W. V. Lucas, Ex -State Aud itor of Iowa, pays: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my laniity ana nave no nesitauou in say ing a is an excellent remedy. 1 be lieve it is all that is claimed for it. Persons afilicted by a cough or cold will nnd it a friend, Xhore is no danger from whooping cough when this remedy is freely given. 60 cent bottles for sale by Buckner LeaveU, The Conger substitute, making treasury notos isRuod In pursuance of the bill absolute legal tender, known as the Silver Bill, was passed by the House Saturday by a strict party vote. Judge Wm. Lindsay has declined to be a candidate for Delegate to the Constitutional Convention, on tho ground that he is unwilling to make a contest for the nomination. CASKY. ,.' Caskt, Kt June 9, W. Mr.' Will Chilles Hill spent Monday in - Hop- kinsville, -.. , The "Swedish Wonder" troupe per formed here Weduelay night. Edge wood Academy had ita closing exercises Friday night. Col. R. F. Rives spent Tuesday in Russellville at the CeutenuiaL Mrs. James Nuuloy and children from Green Brier, Tenn, spent Sun day here, Winston Henry left Monday lost on a business trip to St, Joseph, Mo. Miss Clark, who has been visiting Mrs. Albert Kelly, returned to New Orleans Tuesday. if--' Miss Mary ,Warflold . returned Thursday from a visit to friends in Paducah. Misses Jennie Peay and Sallie Tandy from Pembroke were here Thursday. Rev. Josiah .Carneal of Trenton visited relatives here a few days ago. Mrs. Jennie Coleman of Pembroke was the guest of Mrs. Chaa. Radford Thursday. , The Registration of votor proceeds slowly thus far. Only about ten per cent, of the whole had registered Fri day.. . - For some reason or other the Pas senger Department failed to furnish the agent here with round trip tickets to Centennial visitors last woek. Hon. E.P. Campbell, and C. C. Slaughter were here taking deposition in the J. S. Summers suit Tuesday. . i rank lacy left Sunday mommg via Henderson for a trip through Northern Kentucky, Will Overby is quite ill with ' mea ales and there are some cases of ty phoid fever. One death from the lat ter disease last week. Messrs Frank and John Bowles will shortly open a general store on the pike near Longview. They will build a store room. George Long of Cedar Hill, Tenn. has been appointed section foreman here, vice Jerry Newley discharged. The ladies of the Baptist church had a qui! tin' bee at the Grange Hall Thursday evening. The L. 4 N. R. B. will in a short time erect three dwelling houses on their ground south and west of- the depot here. This place needs a butcher shop or a meat market badly. It would pay some man to establish one. The following letters are on the advertised letter list for June at this place: Miss Ellen Brown, Sedonie Clark, Sedonia Francis, Britten Green, Lizzie Green, Mrs. S. M. Gray, John Love, J. IL Lander, Mary Mills, Morret Ropey, Elmo Rolen and Miss Lizzie Stackey. Mat Wintree had a collision with a "Mephitis Americana" early Friday morning with serious results both to pole cat and to Mat. Ho thinks he will be able to enter society again aftor being buried about two weeks. . Sallii. Hon. Jus. A. McKenzie has author Ized the positive announcement that . he will not bo a candidate for Con-' gross. He received a very fluttering call, but wisely concluded not to run against Mr. Ellis this time. Wm. W. Crittenden, of Taris, Ky., and a party , of tour , surveyors .were murdered hut 'week by Indians in Wyoming. Crittenden was a prom inent man, and was the engineer who built the big bridge at St. Louis. NOW WEDOKNOW SOMETHING T ABOUT Dffl T EAS. 8 VARIETIES FROM l TO $1.00 PER POUND T T 1 AT POSTOlFICE BLOCK. Th Age of Progrn. Two very important new additions to farming implements and machinery have been placed on the market here for the first time this season.; Que is a simple contrivance called a "Corn Thinner." It is the invention of Jas. T. Holland, of Perryvillo, Boyle coun ty, Ky. It consists of an instrument on the end of a straight handle com posed of two pieces, one of them slid ing up and down to which a lover is attached at the lower eud. The im plement is stuck into the hill, the sliding handle given a jerk and three crooked hooks are thrown under the stalk and it is pulled up without dis turbing the reat of the hill. It sells ford or M. The other machino is the "Bemis Tobacco ; Planter." It has throe wheels, one of them a small one in front, and a barrel for holding wutor is under the driver's seat, whito there are two small seats behind for the " feeders." ( The machine is drawn by two horses, aud a driver and two bovs to set the plants to do the operating, OJVU J3IVJOYS Both the method aud result when Syrup cf Figs is takeu; it is pleasaut and refreshing to the tasto, and acts eeutly jet promptly- on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, diapeli colds, head aches and fevers aud currs habitual jomtipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of it kind ever pro duced, pleuiDg to the tasto and so ceptahle to the stomach, prompt in it action aud truly beueficial in it effect, prepared only from the moat healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the moat popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs i for sale in COc and $1 bottle by- all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggut who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA F0 SYRUP CO. tAM ntHCtSCO, CAL, louitiw.tr.- new tout. K.T. 1 ALL STYLES OF BOOTS and SHOES "MADE BT 1 ' Shoes $6 and $7 Repairing also at REOUCEO RATES. Ninth St rout, near depot. AffACMMIHflSfen iAsskaCllttrilMMlMsl3 fiNESf & W000 0OWORK l.LOUli MO. Ijil.MmTT DAUAaTCK C. E. WEST" AirouL HOlHIKoVlLl.t .... . . . KT, Farm For Sale. 410 MrM of tint farmlnv )bi1 IvtnM im Trlnr county, Ky , ntHtut thrvc nilltM fiviu La Kmyeiu ami known iIm CA, W W Aujrton (tlw. IM acre trf Uii inti'l 1 ltarN) and In mmnl state uf 3U It I rati hi, (lie balao' Iu Ana llmbvr. There rv Umr f'l umrm Iwnia ih (ItU plaea, ami me trf lliFin a I arm b4i4InI liarn with a Nu. 1 tobitt-co arrew In Tha dwelling bmi It lit )fl rtialr, lar ami mnm,r, 1' Mrla hl(fh. two rnoma bebtw ami two above Wtlh a ball iMtwewn, and ai ell ruuolug back for lln Inff nMHn ant cu-ifc rmm Al iio! maltloa, rnm-frlk amk-iona amlilalrjr. Uoml ela irra with eaitarliy u flic lent In I'm rut ah water thmuxh (tie miner month IIimmI tce-hsiua anl In fart all tlia mrmrf armvanlancM ua- uallj- tnuad oa a well ltarmrt (ilara The lilact Id well wairreil hy a rnnnfiift -tmain ut U'atrr ft! Ir a larm epf-ina, aalil Mrtam fom- itr inc vae-tarn mHiiinary intent tn plat. Will take hieaioire Iu alinwintf the ulat-a idpf: Ileal l! What "w;e have to say about our . Spring-and SuminerClothing7- that is rnmint? in riftiltr. Tf to r-2 4. j i . nun rt i n u in i imiinrir a tt-i -m - i - - - - ' u 1. 1 1,11 1 i I M ww wuou uiubuius io ao uuuup as XI lSr HOW 1 being sold by us, is no man, and when we tell you that you can buy a fine suit ot clothes for $3.00 we mean it. and it is a hftro.Qi. w nen we xeii you oi xne larKest lot of Cloth ing and Shoes we bought at a forced' bank- rupt sale at 50 cents on the dollar, they are all genuine bargains, lor we are selling themw cheaper than ether merchants can buy them. We invite you to call and examine our im mense stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods, and believe you can save money by doing so. Below we cive vou an ' idea of our low prices: Child's suit . . $ 85 Bojs' and youths' suits $1.00 to 3.00 ' " ,V i all-wool suits 4 00 Mens' suits from $3 up. Bovs' and mens' 4 ply linen col lars, standing and lav down, late styles - - 7o Four ply liuon cuffs - lie Soiled white laundried . shirts worth IIjOO will be sold for 60e CELLULOID COLLARS Bo " CUFFS 10c Mens' Sue black halt hose, fast colors (ruarrauteed Xfoua fine balbriggan seamless half hose valued at 20 cents, 25c 10c 6 (hut. pair of awn aud hoys buff, laon, button or gnitiir hIhkw, good atflXOwillbedoHedoutat SIM t A job lot of plain and box toe brogau shoes, full stock, standard screw or pegged bottom, sold ev erywhere at tl.25 and $1.50, will be closed out at - ' - 1.00 A Job lot of mnna' fine suxpen-' " ' dura, you will reoognbu as being -sold all over town at 40 aud 50c, ' will no for - . 25o Mens' Ught colored stiff hats, good stylo . . , - . . 760, Blank stiff - " 1 lXtt ' Bettor goods, non breakable, latest styles and novelties iu stiff hats from $2.00 up. We are the only agents for the Plymouth Rock Pant Co . the cheapest tailoring house in the East, makes pants to order at $3; Suits at $14,fit,8 guaranteed. Terms strictly, cash . PYE, rDIGBEQ 'fiUALL GlarWle,w S; Baer Ci Co., Prop's, DEALER IN " Wines, Brandies, Gins, Etc, Etc, Ve carry a ooraplcto rtock of Cljjftrt, Tobarooa, IMikot, Etc. for P:h-IViilen Ak-n, A, T. 9, tnd A If ami A If, A. L. DunUpi Solo agnntt Cu To- Vr further In forma. Hon null m r auura ataat ij raxotta. Ky liartlei wanting to bny A s ($MkiF Floating bru 5ELF AN0 . HAND DUMP DAITCC jfTCHAMGEABLt TOR TWO H0R5C TEAI1 f rry-zz Jchaceablc tor two hoi saiiHteer: (D (I) If V CONTAINING ALL HIS LATEST AND BE5T " IMPROVED FEATURES JIT OUR PLACE Of BUSINESS. , ' W. B. MASON, FOR SALE BY HOPKINSVILLF, KY N. T0BIN my t 1 HI rl ir A ' i -n ' k .A & CO., ntiti luliii, OPERA BUILDING, Spsolal Attention Siren ti Order from a Ulntanoe, t9r"PArlii unflilinir nnvMiinir In ilin! lina wnnll An wH to cull And Rea and plant ono row at a time, and can I thoir stock boforo purchaainjf olsowhora. 1-81 ly baXM, aixlCruaeeat Brewing Co" Colobinted 11 cm. (jlya ua call, . OROEUS BY MAIL GIVKX mOMlT ATTENTION. Sign-Big Black Bear. cixtlRKSVILLE v? V ' TENN1 Taos. naaMnoa. Tom, P. Muoa. HERHDON & MAJOR, -PROPRIETORS- raie Maces Clarksville, Tennessee. Special Attention to Sampling & Selling Tobacco. Liberal Advances Made on Consignments.. ROBT. B. WITHERS, TRAVELING SOLICITOR1. . 1. MKI1IWKTIIKH. JOK K. liA.M', FOUR MONTHS FKEK STORAGt C.NH'K MKItlWKTHRIt Banner Tobacco Warehouse "Meriwether & Gant, ': " ., . ClaxlrsvlUo, Toan. : W SOLICIT A 811 ABN Or TOU BUSINBSS. All TaHawfe iluund nolu. llutrnotM. la r. - r . mwnt. Adriwow Ml In gtors. .... ... A Practical Business College. No Side Issues. Thirty joars "BuHineHa man at tliehoad. Bus- ,,'; '.' Iihws from tlie word go. Young : Mon and Women thoroughly fitted " for huninoss lifo. On thoonancl dollars gained at small outlay. tf&$K?Wit"''''n''r' wl mean business. School open all ' ,.V ;:,i-iKJ 'Oi. . 41. n. r.. . i- i 1 r i H Ml x mi, murines apiniiiiiii nnw- :.r, P W'Il urtKMy m CWHSVIlLtlND . "teilMililili'l1 ' Iiilonwt mi.liiulHinii..t.(.rrr.nloHhi(lont& Di)ti't dulay .ut e.ilor at onoo nnd g(t ready lor grand opportunities. : jtetirwuvs, Uioutaudsof guiiluutos making a success of lifo. ; ' . N.CUMICE, Principal, 231 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND.