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HUISIIHGISM MIIBIDAI 10EMXG3,
BOHOailTlOS U K TEAR IH ADVAHOE
loeal reading notice, to etnti ycr line. Speck!
lacult I cent, per Una eacti Imcrtlon. llatcl
lor .landing admtlMincnt. furnl.hod n
OBci 18 and SO Mlntb Btrstt.
FMDAY, JUNE 17,
We lire xutliorltcit to announce.
ranrilriata fortlio office ol Circuit Court Clerk,
uljcct to the action of tlio Demucratlo part
"ThoTonnoasoo I'rosa Association
will incol at Knoxvillo, July 8.
TLo gitla nil favor Boies ond
Flowor ns tho rrosidcntlBl ticket.
Tlio Chicago Qlobo Buggwls Ihla aa
n eultablo monogram for tho H A rp
Kepublican campaign badgo
Tho Arkansas DomocraUibavo nominated
Wm. D. Fishbock for Govern-or
and appointed an uninstructed delegation
Still anotbor Congressman baa died
Buddonlr. Tbls limo it is G on. Ell T.
Stackhouso, ono of tho Allianco mom
bora from South Carolina.
Tho Court of Appeals vi ill adjourn
forlhosummor to-morrow. A petition
for n rehearing in tho Cowan
I'rowBO caso was filed this wook. .
It is said that Gov. Gray's Jriouds
will Insist ou presenting his name,
Clovoland or no CloToland. In that
event a split in tho delegation la expected.
No enthusiasm whatever has boon
shown by tho ifopublicans horoahouts
over tho Harrison and Eoid ticket.
Postmaster Broathitt is about tho
only man in town who appears to bo
glad Harrison was nominated.
Tho cyclono that lifted tho canvas
roof off the convention wigwam at
Chicago last Monday was nothing to
tho storms of applause that may be
oxpoctod noxt woek. It is well that a
stout wooden roof is being put on.
It Is said Vico President Morton is
considerably disgruntled over being
loft off tho Republican ticket. Bro,
Morton forgets that he is now a
Bquoozod lomon. Being tho owner of
a bar-room, ho knows how useless n
juioeless lomon is.
In place of tho regular August olec
uontms year tlioro will bo a rousing
Democratic convention in each county
of the Second District on tho first
Monday in August to appoint
to a convention August 5), called
to nominate a candidate for Congress.
Up to tho present timo Mr. Ellis has
Col. Bbadlev was In bad luck at
Minneapolis. Ho got lost from bis
Bpooch, seconding tho nomination oT
Mr. Harrison, and was robbed of a
$100 diamond stud. Howosyostorday
advising his Democratic frionds to
leave at homo their watcos and diamond
when thoy start to Chicogo.
Tho statement is Bout out that Col.
W. C. P. Brockonridgo will presont
Cleveland's namo to tho convention,
but as Col, Brockonridgo is not a dol
cgato thoro must bo somo mistake
about it. Perhaps tho namo of that
other oloquonj Kontucky friond of tho
Jim McKonzio is confounded
with that of tho Blucgrass
Goodnight has already boon
renominated, McCreary will bo
July 9, Stono and Montgomery
will submit to tho docisiou of primary
oloctlons August 1st and Ellis will
hordly havo opposition boforo tho convention
of Aug. 9. Breckenridgo will
buvo no opposition, but Caruth,
Dickorson, Payntor, and Kendall will
havo to fight for all thoy got.
Tho Sonata has agreed to tho House
amondmonta to tho Elections bill and
it is now ready for tho Governor's
signature Tho most important
w oro thoso closing tho polls at
4 o'clock and making tho law apply to
primary oloctlons. Tho law In itsolfjwlll
disfranchise many ignorant voters, as
it will Ukoa Philadelphia lawywto
understand it after studying it for a
Gusaow, Kt., Juno 11, (Special.)
Tho Democratic convention, to nominate
a Democratic candidate for
Congross in tho Third district, met
bore at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Hon. Isaao H. Goodnight was nominated
Every county In tho district was
represented, and thoro was o good
Tho Color Line Drawn,
j no loiiowing amusing uotlco ap
pears In tho Evoning News,
uon'a now Ropublicau paper: "Thoro
will bo a mooting of tho White Ro-
puhlicaus of tho Audubou district on
Monday, Juno 13th. at tho Audubon
at 8 o'clock ji. m., for tho
purpose of ratifying tho nomination
of President Harrison for
to tho Presidency, ami any othor business
that may como up. All white
ltopubll;aus nro earnestly requested
lly ordor of A. W. Howard, Chairman
of tho Ropublicau Exocutivo
Committoo for tlio district of Audit
OFF FOR THE CONVENTION.
Tho Great Gathering of Domocrati
Tho movement on Chicago has
begun and by Monday morning
Chicago will Ira taxod to tho utmost
big oh It Is to tnko coro of tho
thousands of strangers In tho city.
llopklnsvillo will send n strong delegation
of boys in tho trenches, Tomorrow
evening's special will tnko
about a dozou and Sunday night auditor
delegation will go. Chas. M.
Moachnm, district dologato, will go
Sunday night and tho visitors from
tho Second district can havo their
mall sent to No. 587 Palmer House,
which room has boon assigned to
Messrs. Moaclmm and Miller. Tho
10:22 train Sunday night will bo mot
at Evansvlllo by trains bringing
Millor, Mos, Walker and perhaps
othors, Most of tho Kontucky
dolegntos will leavo from Loulsvillo
Sunday night. All will nrrivo In Chicago
by noon Monday. Thoro will bo
soven places to fill by tho delegation
and already thoro Is talk about
thoso honors. It is gonornlly conceded
that Mr. Wattorson will bo Resolutions
Committeeman. Gen. Castlo-man
will probably bo ou Pormanont
Organization, Charlio Bronston, one
of tho delogales,
wanta to bo Chairman and Mr.
also bo presented by his
frionds, unloss ho arranges to tako a
moro conspicuous part as ono of the
convention orators. Tho other places
to bo filled will bo committeemon on
Ilulos and on Credentials, Vico President
of tho Convention and Socrctary.
0. 0. S., now at Chicago, claims that
Clovoland will bo nominated in a
whoop with liltlo or no opposition.
This is quito Jikolv provided tho regular
dologation from New York accepts
him as its second choice, but
any attempt to Beat a bolting delegation
of Clovoland mon will mako tho
nomination of Bomo western man-
most llkoly Boies absolutely nocossa
ry. Tho Impression is growing that
a candidate takon West of tho Missis
si pi would set tho prairies afire. If,
howovor.tho nowathat Whitney has
about effected a compromise in Now
York iu Cleveland's intcrost is truo
tho ox-President will havo a walk ovor.
In that ovont tho Iowa Governor
would mako a strong r concl, as ex-Gov.
Gray appears to bo at outs with
tho Clovoland mon in Indiana.
Thoro is a good doal of uneasinoss
manifested on tho subjoct of tickets to
tho convention. Tho tickots for
will bo distributed by Mr.
National Committeeman. It is
not known how many each delegate-will
got, probably from C to 10. As tho
Second district will havo not loss than
50 visitors there, it is going to tako
socio hustling to get all tho boys In,
but with tho assistance of Mr.
who is on tho ground, tho prospects
nro encouraging. Visitors from
Christian, Hopkins, Union and Web-
stor counties should place thoir names
as oarly as possible with tho dolegato
from this ond of tho district.
E. L. Anthony has boon oloctod to
succeod Senator Mills in tho House.
Of course ho is a Domocrat.
SIOO Reward. $100.
Thoroodorsof tho Kentcckian will
bo ploasod to loarn that thero is at
least ono dreaded disoaso that scionco
has boon ablo to euro in all its stagos,
and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Curo is tho only positivo euro now
known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disoaso,
requires a constitutional troatmout.
nails Uatanh Uuro is takou internally,
acting diroctly upon tho blood
and mucous surfacos of tho system.
thoroby destroying tho foundation of
tho disoaso, and giving tho pationt
Btrongth by building up tho constitution
and assisting naturo in doing its
work. Tho proprietors havo bo much
faith in its curativo powers, that thoy
offor Ono Hundrod Dollars for any
caso it fails to curo. Sond for list of
Address, F, J. Ciie.net & Co,,
HTSold by Druggists, 75c.
Scales' Mill District.
Clardt, Ky., Juno 11. Tho
donco of Mr, It. A. Robinson, of this
vicinity, was dostroyod by firo last
Monday morning. Mrs. Robinson
and her daughter had put on vegetables
to cook for dinner ond lofl tho
kitchen and woro Bowing in an ad
joining room whon tho uitcnon was
discovered to bo on firo. Mr. Robin
son was plowing tho pardon whon tho
alarm was given, but tho building
was nn old log houso woathorboardod
with poplar lutubor and was soon
wrappod lu flamos. Tho near neighbors
responded promptly but nothing
could bo dono to savo tho houso.
Nearly all tho bedding and woaring
apparol woio oavod, but Httlo was
saved out of tho kitehou. His smoko
houso was also burnod, but ho savod
all his bacon and lard, Thero was no
insuranco on anvthlng.
Mr. B. F. Brown diod of heart
homo ou Sandllck last
Tuesday, Ho was n good citizen,
twieo marriod and loaos a voting
uifo nud several children to mourn his
Tho I. W. Narpor whlakoy should
bo on every sideboard,
Tho I. "W. Narpor whukoy should
bo lit every MoJIclno chost,
Tho T. W. Harper wlilskoy ihouU
Imj In every club.
Tho 1. f. Harper wlilskoy should
bo on ovcry bar.
Aud all of this becauto It U tho
prlucoof whhklos. Tho Ideal
article. Sold by. I, V. Smith,
aud W. R.Loug, Hopklnsvlllo, Ky,
The Democratic Committee of
Second District Meett and
Nsmos the Dlttrct Con
Tho Domocratlo oxocutivo committee
of tho Second Congressional district
met at Heiulorsou Monday mid
adopted tlio following resolutions: '
Jtcsolvcd, That there shall bo held
at Uoiulorson Tuesday, Aug. 0, 1892,
n district convention to uoinlnato a
candidate for Congress,
llcsolvcd, That tho Democrats of
each county shall on Monday, Aug 1,
1892, solect thoir delegates to tho district
licsolvcd, That it is recommended
to tho county commiltoos, that meetings
bo hold at each voting procinct
on Saturday, July 80, 1892, to soloct
dolegates to tho county meeting on
August 1, 1892,
Resolved, That tho basis of representation
in tho district convention
shall Im ono voto for each ono hundred
or fraction ovor iifty cast for
John Young Brown for Govornor In
1891. Urgt Woodsov, Chairman.
S. L. Marshall, Secretary.
Juice. Mr. Frank
a tailor In tho employ of N. To-bin,
and Miss Susio Juico, of Clarks-ville,
woro quiotly marriod in
Tenn,, last Monday oftoruoon.
Mr. John G. Smith,
tho popular L. & N. agent at
Miss Mary Bramo,daughtor of
Mr. John L. Bramo, of tho same place,
woro married at tho homo of tho brido's
parents at 5 o'clock a. m., Tuosdoy
last, Bov. B, M. Bogard officiating,
Only a few of tho most Intimato
friends of iho contracting parties
woro presont. Tho couplo left ou tho
morning traiu for the east on a
bridal tour, and will bo absont about
Wilson-Wilson. Mr. Joseph It.
Wilson, Jr , city editor of tho Clarks-
and Miss Kato Wilson, of tho samo
place, woro united in marriage at high
noon Wednesday last. Thocoromouy
was porformod by Dr. J. R. Wilson,
father of tho groom, and Dr. Lupton,
pastor of tho Prosbytenan church,
Tho couplo loft Wednesday afternoon
for Columbia, S. C, to bo absent two
weeks. Both young pooplo oro quite
nooular in Clarkavlllo society and
havo a host of frionds who will con
gratulato thorn on their happy union.
Tho press boys
froauontlv commented ou tho fact
that nono of tho young ladios at Lexington
soomod to interest Moses It
Glonn, of tho Control City Herald,
This is all explained now by tha an
nouncoment that ho will be marriod
on Juno 2G to Miss Sadie T. Jonnotte,
of Bovlor, Ky. Tho ceremony will
tako place in tho Methodist church at
that place at 8 o'clock p. m. It is rather
early, Mosos, for congratulations but
as wo may bo away from homo when
your nomination is ratified wo will
tako th present opportunity to drink
a gourd of ico wator to your future
happuoss and prosperity.
QntEH. Mrs. Elizaboth T. Green,
widow of the late John R. Green, Sr.,
diod Tuosday ovoning in tho 72nd
voar of hor llfo, of paralysis. Mrs.
Green was tho mother of twelvo children,
ton of whom still live. Somo of
hor sons moved awoy yoars ago, but
thoso known and remembered horo by
reason of prosont or rocent rosidonco
aro Messrs. John R. Green, Robt. S.
Groon.Nolson D. Groon andEdward I).
Grocu. Her daughters aro Mrs,
Hunter Wood, Mrs. N. B. Edmunds
and Mrs. W. T.Townos, of Danville,
Vn. Mrs. Groon was a Miss Nelson
and lies'dos hor own family loavos a
largo numlxir of noar rolatlvos in tho
city aud county. Sho was strickon
with hor fatal llluoss while (standing
at tho bodsido of hor littlo sick grand
child, tho son of Mr.N.D. Groon, who
subsequently died. Hor funoral was
hold Wednesday and tho intermont
look place In tho family burying
irround, at Mr. G. H. Mooro's, a few
miles west of tho city.
Pre A telogrnm received in tho
city yoslordoy from Hot Springs,
Ark., announced the rathor duddon
death of Cant. John Pyo, who loft
horo for that point about a wook ago
Copt. Pyo was well known throughout
this section, having boon ongagod in
tho moro aHiilo business at Fairviow
for Bomo years, and was a mombor of
tho firm of Pyo, Dickon & Wall, who
woro succeeded by tho Mammoth
Clothing and Shoo Co. In this city
about two yoars ago. Having sold
out his interoste horo ho bocamo associated,
with a tinwaro and stovo houso
In Loulsvillo, and was a mombor of
tho firm whon ho died. Ho wa on
tho road in the interest of his houso
most'of tho time, oud was ono of tho
most popular mon that ovor travolod
In this sectiou. Doconsod was a man
of oxtensio acquaintance and his
frionds woro legion, Tho remains
will 1m brought to Bowling Groon for
MoRkynolus Wlfo of Hudson Mo
Rovnolds noar Julion Tuesday, of
rhoumotlsin, aged 70 yoars.
Child of Nolson Geo Tuesday, noar
Child of Jo Garth, noar Fairviow
Tuosday, of pneumonia.
LuuyTrlco, iu GalnoavllL) Monday
nluht. of consumption, UKed about CO
In tho blood,
uloors, catarrh, and
oafo. spoody, and
offootlvo of nil
Has Cured Othors
will euro you.
ANNUA'. MEETING PROGRAM.
Woman's Missionary Society of the
Prayer mooting for tho outpouring
of tho Holv Snlrit, Aftortho service
tho dolegates and congregation will
remain for a short Informal, social
sundat 10:15 a.m.
Annual Sermon by Bov. J. W. Lotvis.
sexoAV 3 r. u,
Missionary experience mooting, led by
Mrs. J. It. Clark, of Loulsvillo
bckda 8 r. M.
Missionary Mass Mooting,
1. Voluntary by choir.
2. Ilrum by congregation and
1. Scrinluro reading.
C, llymn, (solo).
6. Addresses of wolcomo.
8. Report of CorrespocdingSecretary
9. Roport of Treasurer.
10. Address of tho President.
Rov. N. ,W.
MONDAY A. M. SESSION.
Business session opens at 9 a. in.
with devotional exorcises.
After tho roll coll and nocossary organization,
introduction of ministers
and any distinguished visit ors who
may bo presont. v
Regular businoss will thou bo takon
up and continued until tho hour sot
A Bible reading by Miss Elizabeth
MOKSAT 8 F. M.
' Devotional oxerclsos.
Presentation of Training School by
Miss Holding nnd Others in short
TUESDAY 9 A, U.
Businoss session until 11, followed
by three papers on mothods nnd plans
of work, by Mrs. Gowdy, of Louls
villo. Mrs. Phillips, of Florida, Mtus
Bradford, of Tennessee.
Businoss session until 4, followed
by Bible Reading by Mrs. Carter, Mrs
Burdett and Mrs. Davis, all of
Address on Mexico by Miss Barnes,
WEDNESDAY, 9 A. M.
Businoss Session until 11, followed
by a presentation of tho foreign work.
Business Sossion, followed by consecration
servico Jed by Miss Daniol.
WEDNESDAY 8 F, M.
A mooting for tho childron with
by Mrs. Foskett and others,
and any radiations thoy may havo
r ijn. f jm.
Both tho method imd resiilU whon
Bjzzi of Figs ii takei' It Is ploasant
and rcfrcshtujr to lu 'jute, and acta
gently yet promptly m the Klduoya,
Liver and Bowels, cleans tho system
cDbctually, dispel oold, bead-aches
and fovcrs an'1 cmrs habitual
constipation. Syruj )f Figs I tho
only remedy of its kind ever produced,
pleasing to the taste and acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial to its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable Bubxtancea, its
many oxcollent qualities commond it
to all npd havo made it tho most
popular remedy knowu.
Syrup of Figs U rot sale in pOo
and. 81 bottles oy all leading drug'
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on rmuij will pro-euro
it promptly foi tuy ono who
wishes to try It- Do uot accept any
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
3AH fHAIIOIM. OAu
umviue. Kt. m rw. n.t.
Spring weakness aud
rlahllil v nn wnll tut nil fnrnm
und olironjo jllsonnea, WP pn)ly curetl
Disoaso In Im t impaired vitality, aud
the KLKOTIlOrOlSE oddH to tho
storo of vital force. It causes the
system to nhworli oxygon, tho cholf
aourco pt vitality, Ueud namo and
address, for fori
y tiaire circular, to
Duliois St Webb, Loulsvillo, Ky,
Jtollablo agy( wa!ll&l.
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AS SBSJ ari vmmr'i ' " M I
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Tim Great KnglUli ltciucilr,
uacWue, III in, 4.
(ura. t'uniiililol In
rroiiiiitlj' ami ei
if .Viivom Weakn.u,
liuHituncjr ami all
vOMianr iuin or
orrr ti yean In Hum.
it d4 Aft.r. "ii ii" ...vv.
Itcllabli ami llonr.t Urillclne Vnown A.l
.Inir.lit f.irfni1 Wuul'a I'IiiuiiIickIIuri If h
olTeiaaaiu wortlileM moillillnii In plaieof lli,
IHT lilt ill.linnr .lore, lnci lirli In Icllfr
i(l uro will .rmiujr loiuin man in, "
On. will l.lca.P. l Hill
(ilalii icalt'l uiiveloe, I
i wixiii cituMiair. tio .
131 WKlir,ri av.siiu. liitroll,Ulcb
Hu'dtii llikluivlleaiulirrr whoia br
tUntlar Nav altaaseinanl.)
rrcaiDplo IUoiTi, II.MBj.Uin Call ll.ll.,
. ' . i M j.r D;,
ixrlal rata, btba weak.
A lino of tho finest lolioomen in tho State on in thin
by the Mammoth Clothing & Hhon Co,
Also a line of the finest BUMMER CLOTHING that oan b . .
found on this market, Also a few specialities at lower prices thimk.,
can be bought for ' '"
FRIDAY, JUNE 10TH ONLY. -
An elegant line of Men'a Peroals Negligee Puff Bosoms, Full
jjress flannel shirts. The iinest line of shirrs in the city, dil On
worth from $1.75 to $2.50, Friday's prio4 H. 4 J
Men's Black Sattens, demets and ohiveats, beautiful pat- QQn
terns worth 50c, for 00
Boys Demet shirts worth 35o for .v . - . 25C .
Boys Knee Pants worth 36o for- " .. ISC
Men's heavy blue sox worth lOo for . . ..
Childreh's and boy's gray ribbed hose worth lOo for-
ktely ialrouUe ami doult;
Iter liesl counlcrpmcs
CLA1BETTE 6a!j tj H. K. FAIRBiHK & CO., St. Louis.
.IUKST til I
T iiarta .luam r
, U. MUISI. lick, til
kk U aUsU. WklU si katAltA 7
e & West5
Planters x Warehouse.
Tobacco & Wheat Commission Merchants,
DAWSON SPKINGH. ' Iftrt
summbu T.ci.f m
XJ1U VKlutili nnd WINTER
XIVOU1 J BW WP OB
SUMMIT HOUSE, Dawson, Hopldns Co., Ky.
Thl. HninllitltiuUHlon arriiilcleitlontncontenlcnlJUtiicii to the kirU mil
aclou rcund, l l tlinovHelgiiir I nil lu liar Ike eoolnl
nd mint iloint looatlaa of nar lorn in uawtuiu
THE SUMMIT HOUSE,
li0Tnl anilOroimilliTelen grttlrlniprore.t,aiid wlllleoaaclMnn ft rltu i)n.
Uoe.l. ot the Summit cn .It In their room ! drink nn j ot liawwa'e lle gljluic water rrfi
an.l rr nr cliarae. The montluol May anil June offer manj ahfanlaje to irnnt l.lllr
the Sprtoga. I.tbiral reduction made to taoilllet and .artle of flro or moio. t or rates addruu
H. H. RAMSEY, Prop'r.
W, It. FAXON', llook.Kcepor.
W1BELSE, HILLS & CO.,
And Commission Merchants and
FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE, 1 T&T"81
Liberal Adtacce on Conilgnincnla Ail Tobacco Sent to ui Corered y Inaaranc.
FOUR MONTHS FREE STORAGE.
Trigg County, Ky.
S. W. GUNN & CO,, Proprietors.
rrniliS famous hoalth and pleasure resort, (ho oldest lit Wcstoni
-- Kentucky, is situated nu tlio O. V. railroad (foimcrly I!. & V, 1)1-vision
of tho u ff N.) U miles from Princeton, and 10 miles fiom
Hopklnsvlllo, and Uopon tlio roar round,
The Hotel accommodations are unsurpassed.
Sulphur nntl CltulybciUo Wnlors In Almiitlanco.
oniporatttroof Sulphur IValor M degrees, flowing from a hold and
never failing Spring,
An Excellent String Band now on Hand.
Rates very reasonable and made known on
Audrosstho proprietors, gy & CO., rTnlort
issitw. r iml la wall L U nu. Altma &
Km, rvttiii&lm, rll!tixHltil4W
.1 I i i iJJ
CURES HOTHIHQ BUT PILES.
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A SURE and CERTAIN CURE
Known far IVyarsi a si tho REST
REMEDY FOR PILES.
rrtfwikrHcmMe.Tiiu)w0. to., ar.isns.
Pyo, Dickon and Wall.
per month tliornaflcr.
IT' ft II A
.---,- -y i
12 dozen Men's fine sox in modes, blaoks fancy aid 1 fn
brown Brittish, worth 15c, 20o and 26o, for
Boy's and Men's Seersuolrer odd vests worth 25c, for-.. 10c
24 pair Men's tan leather shoes, all solid worth $3.50 for $1.29
The above artioles'are great bargains and are well worth tho
time of looking after. One day only at the
MAMMOTH CLOTHING & SHOE CO.,
Ghftfl. H.. VwuniA
Livery, Feed And Sale
COR. SEVENTH AND VIRGINIAISTS.
UOPK1NSVILLE, - -
tbrridkrornlclit. Snerlit (it,, Vi.'?-
Hen Sjllltllreiiraorftndcnnltnn.nnn.trnn.1 In, ...f
roitl.ADlks ' iin T'-MOM
LatootltiBcock. lllami k Co.
....,... niUn uirj.n
. K.I1. W1TIIF.US,
Lite wltli llenidon MJor.
IIKN O. nOTP,,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
JOHN R. GREEN & CO.,
DEALERS m a (
Parm Implements, Seeds
And General Hardware'..
SOB and 208 Main St.
PAH I nAn A lowgr UtUtlvatoM, Corn Planters and Dlso Harrow
Jtn LUttU Just rocolvcd, and wo urgo your carorul litspcctloii beforo
purchasing, promising low prices and fair dealing to all, rich and poor I
-we ufUEeiEj solb
loriiiouiivoruniiiou news ami can saroly say thoy havo downed
competitor whorovor tried. Guaranteed to bo tlio best running Hchtost tlrkii
and lest constructed Chilled l'low on tho faco of tho enrih
JOHN DEEIIK iroods havo tho laiL'est anin r inv i.ni........ .. .. '
Why? Because !... '.. l"'"-?! if '",40"". '!
thoy eontaiu the vorv , " !
inonoy. Examining our Deere Hay Iiador you tvlll like it
Wo aro still in tho field with tho All Purpose Harrovr, tho ercatcst In.
yontlon of tho ago; a harrow that will do seven different grades ofwksml,
all to tho point. . and got ono at flO.OOaud return It If
tood. " w ' -D--- :T.v.wv,.n susuitt l I IlUlr as BHirHH
aiso ior Joini wecro wooU and steel framo Dlso Harrows, vf
uk OX9 liurr
special attention: '
la Aatln.l .a n..M 11T. ...... it., r... ..1 -
a vaiivu w uur uo;uui mo nuiuounKer uelug
leader; to our BiiBglca and Carts. Thaitons aiid
TO IHIAKDI.Sd JlOUStS ' m
R. El ANCOCK. , . 1
MAIN STREET, FRONTING WHARF. ' i
UDERAL ADVANCEMENTS ON TOBACCO IN STORC. ' ' X,
T. II. IIAJMIIUV.
HNBERY & SHRYER, Proprs.
AU.Itt)Al)ST.,lJKl,n'KKNOTIIAND HTH, HOPKINS
nKki in mi- ira iw uml iranulers.
Slcc.al attention u'iveit to Sampling ami Sclllii? nil T..l.ioco coimlnned'
" " iimincm. i.uicrai auvauce on To-
au-o in cioro. All loiiawo lnil red iiiiIom il H.rtrU liiulrnriil. ) ih.ni.
Mini Cur tho slxly ilaya. ami cenU
and the most desirable
kn j years' experience via feci ronfldcut that
orders entrusted to us will bo executed In a sklllfal
and artistic manner. $t
None but the best mnterinl lisorl
F. M. WHITLOW Is our Solicitor for work.
royn, NatlonalJirands of Fortlllzcrs, Wldtmaa
Hay rrcssos. and tho best
Sulky plow iu tha
Flying Dutchman,"' 'a1I, cltBJ tf
ami ' ' W
ijllt closely sold. i
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ui.i luiiirnuo snows wiiat Mill Is'Iu'tKo lean
FK?bSC tl..?tTJ.0l ".'.I bcV,E,,8,"e '
ot ouy uie "Btar." It Is so f irovcrn hiir and a,i.
NAWWH.I.EJ. TENN. f"11 "no ot Collars, Hapies, Traces. t
TJanil. llllnd Hrldles. lltiffL'v and Wivnn irr.,... . i .!' ... .J,a0 I
or iiooi'ls, at pieces that wriTXsfONI&il YOU. "fining irin.
nonu(?arUW"mt nn1 SCa Fa"' X1"ogr ,tl" Iod, aiul Q '
OitAIN DR1LI.8. Wo dofy cojnpotlllon In Drills and o,.l ,nM,iin iW '
colobratcd Cahoon, ami
sow orchsrd grass and r
b S3SV r. .
so writB. ...;3..5.i.t
flHil.lAt. ,..lw . ...la 1I l-. "-" v "W IVDUi IM 11 KrlV t IM
USaT B,C aw" of auy our 1
vllT'' ir W?,N,J?" WcOormlok twinc.andMcConnlak not iu Yho Irust. JF
our trado solloltod aud thauki for al past patroHage. &