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CHAS. M. MEACHAM.
80B80RIPTI0M f i iYEAB ADVA10B.
..i mdlnir nollrn 10 renU per line. Spe-
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FKIDAY,
AUGUST 15, 1890.
The railroad strikes iu the east
threaten to become serious.
Burron county refused to tax iU
,l0gs by a vote of 2,683 to 616.
A groat crowd is attending the 24th
G. A. R. Encsmpmont at Bostoa this
weok.
California Republicans have nomi
nated Col. H. H. Markham, ol Pasa
itana, for Governor. -
TRnlinal John Henry Newman, of
the Roman Church, died in London
Monday, aged 89 years.
The Delaware Democrats have
nominated Robt. J. Reynolds for
Governor, and will elect him.
Mississippi's Constitutional Con'
ve.ntion has organized by electing
Judge S. S. Calhoun President.
Col. W. C. Veasey, of Vermont, has
been elected Commander-in-Chief of
hn flmnil Arinr of the ReDublio. now
in session at Boston.
John Boyle O'Reiley, the Irish poet,
patriot and editor of the Boston Pilot,
died suddenly in Massachusetts last
Sunday, aged 46 years.
The Democratic Congressional Con
vention of the Third district has been
called to meet at Bowling Green Sept.
4, county conventions to be held Aug.
80. : :
Gen. Hogg is the Democratic nomi
ne for Governor of Teias. He ought
to fare well in a State whose leading
products are corn and Democratic
majorities,,-"""'
l)ut of 100 Delegates tolbeuon.
Con.. 16 are Republicans, 6 Alliance
men. 1 an Independent and 78 Demo
crats. There are 54 lawyers, 14
farmers, 9 doctors and the rest are of
various occupations.
The increase in the population of
New York state is about 1.000.000,
more than enough to offset three or
four of the new Republican States let
iuto the Union. It is still, "As New
York goes, so goes the Union."
First Assistant Postmaster General
Clarkson has tendered his resignation
to take effect Sept. 1. He will go to
Denver, Col., to take charge of the
Rocky Mountain News, which ho will
convert into a Republican organ.
The Democratic convention or pri
mary elettion to nominate a candi
date for Congrens iu this dis
trict should not be held earlier than
tho last week in September. The
people need a rest for awhile from
election excitement.
Gov. Knott with a party of friends
lius gone to Duluth, Minn., to cele
brate the anniversary of his great Du
luth speech, which made forever fam
ous the "Zenith City of the Unsalted
Seas." He will be the guest of the
city for several days and the festivities
will wind up with a grand banquet.
Judge Dan H. Hughes, of Morgan
fiold, Ky., died AugUBt 11, of Blight's
disease. He was a lawyer of high
standing and a citizen of prominence
and usefulness in Union county. He
leaves one son aud three daughters,
two of whom have frequently visited
in this city and are well known here.
One of his daughters is the wif J of
Mr. W. S. Feland, of Owcnsboro.
In tho last State campaign in Ten'
liessee Bob Taylor and his brother
Alf Taylor were the nominees of the
Democratic and Republican parties
respectively for Governor. This year
Lewis T. Baxter is the Republican
candidate for Governor of Tennessee,
while his brother Geo. V. Baxtor has
just boon nominated by the Demo
crats of Wyoming for Governor of that
State.
Ex-Gov. Knott, Capt. C. T. Allen,
Col. R. P. Jacob and Col. H. D. Mc
Henry are all out as candidates for
President of the Constitutional
Convention, which meets
Sept. 9. Jan. E. Stone, Tbos. G.
Pooro and Jas. B. Martiu all want to
be clork. H. Clay Elliott, R. T.
Haley, Smith Cook and "Uncle Joe"
Read, are candidates for Doorkeeper,
and Judge B. R. Walker, Bob Tyler
and Bart Jeukius are contesting for
the position of Sergeaut-at-arms.
Durintr the epidemic of flux iu this
county lost summer, 1 had hard work
lo keep a supply of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy
on hand. 1'eoplo often came ten or
twelve miles ill the night to get a bottle
of the liemedv. lhavuboMiselltugDat
cut medicine for the IiinI tell yeHriMkiid
tinu taut it hiw given iHittorsuliKfuctJon
in cases of diarrlitva and Uiix.thau any
other medicine 1 hnvu ever bundled.
J.H. Benhan, DnifKisI, Golcouda,
Poi Co., ill. Over lio hundred bot
tles of this Remedy were sold iu thut
county during the epidemic. It was
a perfect, success and was the only re
medy that did cure tho worst canes.
Dozens of poi hoiis there will certify
that it saved tl.eir lives. In four
other epidemics of bowel complaint
thisKpmed y has been equolly hucccess
fnl. 25 and 50 cents buttles for sale
ly Buckner Lcuvell.
SCISSORED.
THE YOUNGEST DELEGATE.
Owtinabm-o llBMrteugor.
The youngost dologate in the Con
stitutional Convention will be Harvey
H. Smith, from Hardin county, who is
oulv twenty-three years old. Ho was
elected after a remarkably brilliant
canvass over four competitors, among
whom was Mr. Helm, a distinguished
citizen of Elizabethtown. The News
says he has only been in the county
since fall, having been at school tor
several years, and of oourse had a
very limited acquaintance. That he
should have beaten three older men
under these circumstances indicates
there is something in the young man.
Thirty years ago there was discovered
in Hardin county young man who
made just such marvelous race. As
a beardless youth he defeated one of
the most popular politicians iu the
county by his matchless oratory and
commanding intellect. May it not be
that in young Smith another John
Young Brown has been found
CHRISTIAN SENDS ONI OT THE THIRTY
fLtulirllle Commercial.
Some twelve or fifteen men, may be
as many as thirty, of first-class ability
have been elected to the Constitution
al Convention. Along with them have
been chosen a number of cranks and a
crowd of mediocre characters. The
good and able men will have a heavy
task imposed on them, and tlioy
should be able to count on the back'
ingof the solid people of the Stats.
THE EXCUSE.
. fCorlngtoa Common wealth. .
The excuse which the Hopkinsville
American gives for the Democratic
victory in Christian county is decided
ly unique. "The negro Judases be
trayod Christian county to the Demo
cratic Judases."
The reason for the change from Re
publicanism to Democratic supremacy
was the stringent registration law,
which killed off floaters and repeaters.
TUl BOUQUET BLUSHES,
frankfott Capital.
Gentlemen of the Hopkinsville
Kentcokian and New Era, you are
Democratic and journalistic daisies,
every one of you, and the honest peo
ple of Christian county owe you a
substantial debt of gratitude they can
never fully pay.
Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland,
I lid., says: "I tried Chamlierlain's
Colic, cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
for diarrhoea and cramps and pains
iu the stomach and bowels with the
best results. In the worst cases I never
had to give more than the third dose
to effect a cure. In most cases one dose
will do. Besides it's other good quali-
liu U ia nUnl 9!V mnA KA
cent bottles for sale by Buckner Leav
en.
COWAN'S CON I EST.
Mr. Win. Cowan now has his pa
pers about ready to serve notice of
contest on Mr. Prowse for the County
Clerkship and the notice will be givon
to-day.
Facta enough have already been
brought to light to make his contest
a sure thing. Iq No. 4 district alone
half a dozen Democrats who voted
for Cowan have been found recorded
by mistake for Prowse. These voters
are as mad as wet hens and are anx
ious to be set right on the records.
The Court of Appeals held iu the
Winfree-Anderson contest that the
mistakes of a clerk should be cor
rected and under this decision the
contesting board will have a right to
correct these errors, which of itself
would put Cowan ahead.
In going over the books the names
of a large number of unregistered
voters wore found recorded for
Prowse. These will, of oourse, have
to be rejected by the contesting board,
though it is understood they will be
used by Prowse a attorneys to carry
the case to the higher courts to test
tho constitutionality of the registra
tion law.
In addition to these two classes,
nearly one hundred voters have beon
found who voted out of their districts,
or who had forfeited their right to
vote by moving and returned and
voted illegally where they were reg
istered.
The illegally registered voters who
swore to lies on July 28, of whom
there are twenty or more, will also be
challenged aud made one of the
grounds for contest.
Altogether Mr. Cowan's attorneys,
Messrs. McCarroll and Wood & Bell,
expect to find at least a hundred il
legal votes recorded for Prowse, to
say nothing of the mistakes by which
his majority of 5 votes was obtained,
The case will come before the con
testing board the fourth Monday af
ter notice is served, which will be
Sept. 8. The board will be Judge
Morrow and Esqrs. Davison and Mor
ris. as a general liniment for sprains
and bruises or for rheumatism, lame
back, deep seated or muscular pains,
Chamlierlian's Pain Balm is unrivall
ed. or sale by Buckner Leavell.
Mathew Hume Clay, a young man
27 years of age, has gone wrong at Win
chester, Ky., and has left the State
'lifter forging the name of his grand
father, Jttatuew Hume, to notes ag
gregating $97,700. He has been a
boom town speculator and has lost
heavily iu hi undertakings. His
grandfather Is 60 year old and worth
500,000. Clay started towards Can
oda, but ha has probably gone to
Mexico, as that is the only country
from which be could not bs extradited
for forgery. He baa a young wife
ana baby daughter, .
ROARING SPRING
Ho.uiixa Sprino, Aug. 32. Tho re
cent rains have been, very .improving
to tho tobacco and corn, therefore the
farmers are rejoicing. :, .
Mr. J. R. McNichols, of Clurksville,
has returned after a pleasant visit to
relative:!.
Miss Eddio Rudolph, of Providence,
is tho most charming guest of Miss
Hattie Millor.
Misses Cora Paukoy, of Church
Hill, and Lucy Gurrott, of Longviow,
wore the ploasant guests of Miss Mary
Campbell lost week and we regret
their departure so soon.
Miss Sallie Crenshaw spent several
days in Linton this week.
Mr. Ed Ledford and wife, of Pa-
ducah,' are visiting the fumtly of Mr.
Steve Ledford.
( We are glad to say that Mrs. Whit
tie Lewis is improving very fast after
a severe attack of illness.
Miss Mary Campbell has (men think
ing seriously of joining the "Masou'Mc
lodge.
Severul of this vicinity attoudod the
Association at Graeoy, viz; Mr. and
Mrs. Steve Ledford, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Hammock, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Giles, Mrs. Ida Rasco, Joe. R. Mc
Nichols, Misses Mary Campbell, Cora
Pankey, Hattie Miller, Ella Ledford,
Gabie Lewis, Emma Crenshaw and
Lucille Clay. - ,
Floyd Giles and Troy Miller have
been traveling for the past week buy
ing sheep for Esquire Frank C.Camp
bell, Jr. He accompanied them as
far as Hopsons, where he was pleased
to find "one." .
We are glad to inform the public
that Mr. Henry F, Hanimack, who
got his leg broken several weeks ago,
is able to sit up some at present.
Mrs. Henry Southall is spending
a few weeks in your city.
The party at Mrs. (ioliday a was a
perfect success.
Mr. Bruce Campbell, while return
ing home after a visit to the "Cow
ard," was thrown from his horse but
not seriously hurt. .
Miss Cora Pat) key, unlike the most
of us, prefers "Nichols" to dollars. :
We hope that our Sunday School
may continuo to progress as rapiuiy
as it has lately. ,
Mr. Editor, I wish you wore hero to
eat watermelons with us, as they are
quite plentiful at our house.
I will close by wishing the Ken
tvckias success.
"With much love," Sanbo.
How's Thlil
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any cose of Catarrh that can
not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their linu.
West & Thuux, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, Ohio, Walding, Kinnon &
Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,
Ohio.
Halls' Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists;
TOBAOCO NEWS,
LOUISVILLE MARKET.
rFnmixlipit l.r tilorer Jfc Durrett, Loul.rllll.
I'uliitccu Wawlmtltta.
Sales on our market for the week
just closed amount to 3,552 hhds
with receipts for tho same period of
2 705, hhds. Sales on our market
since January 1st, amount to 93 312
hhds. Sales of the crop of 1889 on
our market to date 51 681 hhds.
Our market for dark tobacco this
week has been very firm and active,
not showing the least disposition to
ward a decline on any grade of tobac
co. We have again had good rains iu
imio localities und the condition of
the crop has improved materially in
the last teu days, The following
quotations fairly represent our inurket
for dark tobacco.
Trash 75 to l 00.
Common to med. lugs 1 25 to 2 GO,
Dark rich lugs extra quality $2 50
to uu.
Common leuf $1 00 to 5 50.
Medium to good leuf $5 50 to 6 50.
Good loaf extra length $6 50 to 8 60,
Wiuppery styles $ 00 to 11 00.
OZVJT KNJOYS
Brth the method ai4 results when
Syrup of Figs is taken: it is pleasant
and lafresliing to the utste, and acts
Eently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
,iver ant Rovels, pjeauses the sys
tem effectually, dispel colds, head
aches and fevers aud Cliret habitual
constipation. Byrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind evsr pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
iu action and truly benefioial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Byrup of Figs is for tale in 50e
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on band will pro
euro it promptly for any one who
wishes to f ry jL p0 not svecept any
substitute.
CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP CO.
The Kentucky Pross Association
lias been formally invited by Mr. T.
II. Arnold', of the Middlesborough
Net?, to visit that town on Sept. 10
and remain threo days. Ho promises
n grand anil glorious time ana win
doubtless niako each editor who a'--
ouds a present of a corner lot in the
city of booms. A special train will
leavo Louisville ou the evening of
Sept. 10 aud roach Middlesborough
the next morning
CHAMBERLAIN'S
Eye and Skin Ointment-
A certain cure for Chronic Sore
v. tvko.. Suit Rhpiim. Scald
Hood, Old Chronic Sores, Fever Sores,
Eczema, Itch, Prairie scraicnes, m
Nipples aud Files. It is cooling and
iV.:.... ii. Inula of cases have
mjutuuiu. - - -- --
boon cured by it after all other treat
ment bad failed, to anil wceui
boxes for sale by Buckner Leavell.
OUR GOODS ARE
RELIABLE
Th nriilosoDhv of
frndfi fnrnes trrices to
correspond with qual
ity, jno man can Duy
for a dollar that which
is worth two dollars.
nor can one man make
for a dollar what an
other and more expe
rienced man can pro
duoe for, t w i c e f as
much ' monev. ' There
are prices and prices
ana qualities auu
qualities, and every
timfl thev correspond
Our advice to buyers,
whether they Duy
wash tubs or steam
ships, is to purchase
of a reliable house
with a pronouiced
rnnutation. .The deal
er -who has one price
and maintains it, gives
veitlT7A AViaeilC8 Ol
the standard value of
his i?oods. It is wortn
something to know
what you are going to
get.
Kourss I Moore
GROCERS.
NEW
COLOSSAL
MUSEUM. TRAINED ANIMAL
EXPOSITION AXD
Great Roman
Hippodrome
The Most Elogaut, Refined, Attractive
and Popular Amusement Organi
zation before the Great Amei
ican Public,
WILL EXHIBIT AT
HOPKINSVILLE -
MONDAY, AUG, 18.
An Overwhelming
Assemblage
Of rtienrnticnal IllpitmlmniMtn A Hint nnd
jtrilliRiti prnr iuiik rcnonnur.
lug Nil L'uliinlletl l iirgiiiiiiuof Hti i ll
Selected Actt, Feate end Features
flf rctntis nnmn Hm Mure and MuUltutllnouii
Real Roman
Hippodrome
Clvliig Slrllillr Ko-lmll Hflinaliirthm .
TIlW C'lHltit. MlMH-t tl ItMNllllH-h uf lt.,1110
Iu Imiiortal Cawar'a !)) .
a THRILLINO AMD TlnnlFlC.
3 and 4 Horaa Cnarl t Sao
' Wllh Male and Female Charioteers
BUCtTmO AKD FLBCTBIfTIKO
HOMAN STANDING RACES
Displaying the very Perfection
of During Horsemanship.
BAZABDOUS ,
BBEAK-NECK-STEEPLECHASES
IJy Kipert and Dashing Riders.
Admission g pents.
KII .V
Dr. W. P. Lawrence,
Physician & Surgeon,
. CLAHKSV1LLE, TKNN.,
IIUX . ' ' " "
WFEASF.S OF THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE,
THROAT AND
CHRONIC DIS
EASES A SPECIALTY.
Andrew SearzenU M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON,
HOPKINSVILLE, KY.,
OM over City Hank. lteil Idiot) on North
Main. Telephone flouM"tlai., 1 j r.
IT HAS TURNED UP.
A chance to mako MONEY by selling
our now book,
"Character Sketches."
It I. tho m-oti'st wllliiir ! rvnr linMlitlit
.lit In Mm- Smith. WW Y-THt1-rll I
uaip. oW(lMr UIhhI mt . 'ivmi aim iri
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ril.l.KiMHdMHm. Prior nl nutllt ,iuly t&rt.
Apply at tmrw lor It'rin ami tcri'llni-y. If yim
aif not amri" h'ii imlilt rai-lml, ""if
riH'f.fl. Ail'lrens
aol'TlnriOTiiK ri m.niMNii HorsK,
, . , J aal 15o Nurtli !-pnn-t'Hli tt,
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Granite and Marble Monuments,
Tito boat nvitoriul and most artistic vork at the lowest prices.
F. M. WHITLOW, of Hopliin.ivillo, is my solicitor for the sale of work.
SAMUEL HODGSON.
Grove's Tasteless Chill tonic
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'tpee!al Attrttltn Siren
pyPartios needing anything In
(heir stock before purchasing elxewl
nowhere.
50th-
S EMI ANNUAL STATEMENT
OF 'rns CONDITION OF
Bank V of Hopkinsville,
JtKSOllftt ts:
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Snhftr-rlbeil itml woru to IWovc ms till July
lum J I. liKAlKN.
Notary Public Utirt.tlan C"
STATEMENT
Till CONDITION Of TBI
Planters Bank,
Of Hopkinsville, Ky.
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L. Tsui, Cashier,
SuIkktUhmI and sworn to before me
July 1, 110. Iha L, SMlTl
Notary Public.
JHRIFTYf SAYING
PRUDENT
taffrkwrev at Arswrte. mppmI to yowr brtwIMtMl
jt suxl inin-tlhut4(r jwlrnaw osvrvful tuimn, to ,
try a with on urail onlr (or UAST-HAOl
C LOT HI NO. W wmll hkm to Iisti jo conif m owr
sriKMlB with suit tod b tn jom lure fruM uitur mu
tif suturfr. If tlttt rvdr la Kot a nrrb.n I. pla k
yoar ds-aiar fur isimcuu baaj-Uaf Uut wstU kaowsi tuaa..
I.
We arawilllnir to hlp omt Olothlnf am apprormJ, nx
pay rtura chenrw on my sjnodj yoatioaot ltkir,
liter An rcirtl. If our roudj arw ot atwr msuW,
baiter iHinmosi, bsjMsir Ittlaa;. mmi IreM Aftaaa) to forty ,
pur rent. rtiMr Ihxn any other ftnn In ArorU will i
aa - il ftr.wr will mum yunr snotwy. WatMrnouratot,
ll)t Unst aTtry yoax. utd axa aaUtfliMl wlLb k proAt.
TtliJto, rTHOUCSALI OKLT, diaooutai Mtajufe.
cn i in iun cv t. m uiu.aU T.
ttnPTnunrrW:nrf MrUlonJ Bank of CW-
rav, oapiUU H.auo.ow; coduumu amiomj aaa
of Chloafo. opltJ il.OOt.ON.
aVorf tor onr fllmlri 9rim U.
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Manufacturer of
It ! a plaajut ts tho tutt at lemoa
irtot.
Tbi imlllnt Ipfknt will take It nd
ner know it ii atedteist.
Ohildraa cry let it avir falls to
ears.
Chilli ohob trokta -will sot rttom.
Coit J an obIj half tka srieaaf Blktr
ChlU Tooiei.
Vo quinine Madid. Mt pargatiT ,
vended,
Copiaini aa Boifou. QbaBper than
quinine,
Itpurinea the Mead tndMaeTeaall
maUrikl aaiauB frnm the avitem.
'wsf It U aa urge sa any oua wu ua
1 RETAILS FOB 50 CENTS.
WARRANTED
fiz .
-t IVwamu Baa.. Bm H, UML
'1 p,a VBMniil I'MII. TK.
rtrasw end m Ikrra f taMt Otwi TaMa.
il Ml
oar Chill Ttiailc ta wM h lilrrl k Ta
idiihi
iikln lhr ffvts aflar hrrUaiai muh ( Caili
T"l Ifet-y wrr hale aad lirariy, alia rvai sa4 raa
nhataa. UMtadltaaaara.
W. IT. ITUlKtl, H. 0.
Ila tat Bmuntht nut. au of ihrea br a tsar. aaa
sd iisilhT mail rwarlalHi. hailaa lacl ehivaU
BU1LDINC,
Cotucl$y,
tCrden ftom a smano.
thni' line would do woll to call and
l-8Hy
Mill
What we have to
UU'W vaniHH HUH VII Ha KB H Hi I ' ft I Ik M
dyuug auu.yuua.gr wowing
that is coming in daily. It is oheaper than
ever, and a man -who cannot afford to drHs
well when clothing is as cheap as it is, now
being sold by us, is no man,1 and when we tell
you that you can buy a fine suit ot clothes
for $3.00 we mean it, and it is a bargain.
When we tell you of the largest lot of Cloth
ing and Shoes we bought at a forced bank
rupt sale at 50 cents on ther dollar,' .they are
alt genuine bargains, lor we are selling them
cheaper than ether merchants can buy them.
We iuvite you to, call and examine our im-
mensa-stoc'lr cfrClothing, Shoes Hats and ?
Furnishing Goods, and believe you can save1
money by doing so. Below we give you an
idea of our lowpricesr ; . v v
Child's suit - c an
Boy' and youtlia' suiU f 1 .00 to 3.00
,' all-wool suits 4 00
Mens' suits from $3 up.
Boys' and uns' ply linen col
lars, standing ami lay dowu, lute
style. , cf A (i
Four ply linen uff Jr ii He
Soiled whito lauudried shirts
worth $UX) wij! bo kjU foe r r f
X5e
CELLUT.OID COttARS "
, " CCFFS
1 f'1
10c
V3.
Mens Duo liW'Vlmlf how, fuxt
colors gitarrunttHHl , . ' 2iV
Mens' fuie bulhrittii auiunhw"
httlf hoatt valued at SO witn,J 10c
We are the only n gents for the Plymouth
Rock Pant Co , the cheapest tailoring house
in the East, makes pants to order at $3; Suits
at $14, fits guaranteed. Terms strictly cash 4
Glarksville Liquor Store!
S. Saer & Prop's.
DEALER IN
Whiskies, fa, Brandies, Gins, Etc., Etc.
We csrr)' a coniilele ali k of Cliar, Toliaccoa, I'ljica, Klc Role stents
for Ssi'h-PrurictiB Alea, A. T. 0, ami Alfainl AIT, A. I Dunlaiia A Co'a To
liacfos aud Creaccut Xtrcuing Co'a Celubralod Ik-ora. Give ua a call.
OUDEU3 BY MAIL GIVEX PROMPT A'lTKNTIOX.
Sign-Big Black Bear.
Tnos. Bhndon.
HERND0N
-rKOI'RIETOKS-
Grange :Mco Warehouse,
" ( at , i - , "' t ,
Clarksyille, 'Tennessee. ; ,
Special Attention to Sampling" & Selling Tobacgo.
Lie I Advances Made on' ConsignmentSaV;;
ROBT. B. WITHERS. TRAVEUNG SOLICITOR,
"XifSrW- - FOUR MONTHS FitKE STOllACE. ' ""uiTOLI8, .
Banner Tobacco WarehousD;
Meriwether & Gant,
' Claxfeo-vlllo, Xenxa..-
WK SOLICIT A 8IIAHR OF YOUIt I1UBINKK9. All Tobacco lnuioil nnlcBi limtmctod In
wilting. Joqiral Atlvancbtou Tubaoso In Store. ' ' , "
'iSr
i.yM4Pl
waimV
eaifiina)air
HfljiWlljiilfilrVIlitlIiglMllll 11,1 , " '
TVm'l Hi.lxv l,n onliir at once and
Rufurunnog. thou anils of graduate
"feV Mnaa Women thoroughly UttotJ ,
- I . vVCTXr. V tor Uiwluosa life, Ono thousand
S. N.CIJRNICZ, Principal, :
221 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND.
H
ads
say about our
(1 doz. pair of men and boys buff,
lace, ImiUoii or gttilor hIichw, ginxl
at fUJIiwill bo clowxl out ut SI .00
A job lot of, plain and box ton
brogau kImm, full Hlt.ck, Htauilnnl
wcretv or ix'Kgwl lxilUim, w-ld ev
erywlwrv t $1 .35 nnd S1.C0, will
lie dosed out nt.. J - fit, - 1.00
A job lot of iiumih' line sitHMn
durs, ou will nn'onu a iHti
sold nil orcr town at ID sntlajOo, J
Hill go Tor" - 26o
ilenv-iigltt wloreit l(ff linln.i j
Fw mj le i j ,
ra.tii htiir -
1.00
B,tlor gootls, no.aialviililo, ...
la(t tiyK' !aiul novchjtut )
hlilf liats from f.MX) up y
WALL
TOT.
Tom. P. Majos.
& MAJOR;
BuHinoss'inan at the W.l. 'tills- '
dollars galnod at smnll outlay,
SutiHlaction guaranteed to uie studenta
- "I""'
"lw,,un uimuuua wtugui, tree Ul Htuut,ui
got reatly for grand opportunities. -
making a success of life. ' -r; '
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