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SELLING OUT AT COST. .49 'M a
We will begin selling at cost for cash our general lino of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery,
Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains,
Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith
and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock
Salt, Sewer and Hue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention.
The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and
Shades at cost for cash. All oods sold on time will be charged at regular price.
Cor. Main and Lewis
Miss Hallie Duvall is visiting friends
Mrs. Mary Moore returned Thursday
from a visit to Louisville.
Mrs. M. L. Campbell, of Covington,
1b visiting relatives in this city.
MIbs Mamie Hawkins left Monday
for Louisville to spend a few days.
Mr. M. P. Gray returned Monday
from a two weeks' visit to Chicago.
Mr. J. S. Polk, of Des Moines, Iowa,
is the guest of Mr. William M. Saffoll.
Miss Rose Crittenden returned
Monday from a visit to Winchester.
Miss Cordie Cannon has returned
from a visit to her sister in Louisville.
Miss Katie Green left Thursday
afternoon to visit friends in Louisville.
Rev. W. 0. Taylor left Tuesday lor
a visit to friends in Rochester, New
Dr. V. A. Kaltenbrun is able to be
out again after an illness of several
Mr. Dan Roche, jr., of Paris, is visiting
his grandfather on Arlington,
Dr. R. D. Rash, of St. Louis, Mo.,
spent Tuesday and Wednesday in
Mrs. G. Russell Sneed will lleavo in
a few days to spend the summer in
Miss Alice Withrow is the guest of
her uncle, Mr. S. D. Johnson, on the
Miss Margaret A. Lewis left Tuesday
afternoon for a visit to friends in
Miss Teresa Berryman, of Versailles,
is visiting Mrs. W. H. Posey, on
Miss Belle Giltner leaves to-day for
a visit to relatives in Lexington and
Mrs. W. P. Hudson returned Thursday
morning from a visit to relatives
Mrs. INickles, of Owen county, is
visiting her cousin, Miss Belle Sanders,
in this city.
Mrs. Jennie Campbell, of Louisville,
is visiting Mrs. J. H. Williamson,
near this city.
Miss Katie Diamond, of Mt.
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. H.
Gayle, on Cross street.
Mrs. Mary A. Macklin left yesterday
for Battle Creek Springs, Michigan,
to spend a month.
Mr. Frank W. Keyes returned Saturday
from a viBit of several weeks
to friends in New York.
Mrs. Harry 0. Mallory, of Chicago,
b visiting her father, Col Tom.
Rodman, on Steele street.
Miss Laura Hodgos, of Lexington,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W.
Hughes, on Second street.
Mr. D. 0. Knight, formerly of this
city but now of New Iberia, Louisiana,
is visiting relatives hero.
Hon. Clint Griffith, of Owonsboro,
has been in the city this week, visiting
his son, Mr. W. R. Griffith.
Mr. and Mra. M. J. Foley and children
loft Monday for Pottsvlllo,
Pennsylvania, to visit relatives.
Mr. J. W. Oaseldine, of Tallapoosa,
Georgia, Bpentlast Sunday with Tils
daughter, Mrs. H. G. Henderson, 0
C. E. COLLINS &
this city. Mrs. Henderson
her father home Wednesday for
a few weeks' visit.
Mr. W. L. Cannon and son, Master
Hiram, of Chattanooga, Tennessee,
are visiting relatives in this city.
Mr. George Hunt left Tuesday
afternoon for a month's visit to hifl
parents in Greenville, Mississippi.
Prof. Thomas Hunter is very ill
with rheumatism at the residence of
Mr. W. G. Goodwin, on Lewis street.
Mr. Western Thomas, of Anderson,
Indiana, returned homo Monday,
after a visit in this city to his mother.
Mrs. Ettie M. Wirgman, with her
son, Master John B., of Louisville, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam'l. R.
Judge and Mrs. Caswell Bennett,
and Miss Virgiana, left last week for
Crittenden Springs to spend the
Mr. Will Shelton, of St. Louis, Mo.,
has been visiting the family to his
uncle, Mr. D. 0. Barrett, in this city
U. S. Gauger J. B. Lewis, who has
been on duty in this county for the
past month, has been transferred to
Mr. Woodson Woods, of St. Louis,
Mo., who has been visiting his
mother, in this city returned home
Miss Nellie Orbison held a
Thursday evening from 8 to 11 in
honor of Miss Ida Locke, of Knox-ville,
Mr. Henry Ireys, who has been
visiting Mr. George Hunt in this city,
has returned to his home in
Mrs. J. W. Quiggins, of Elizabeth-town,
who has been visiting her
father, Mr. T. J. Mayhall, for several
weeks, left for home Thursday.
Col. A. H. Cunningham, wandering
evangelist for Chatfield & Woods,
Cincinnati, waB in the city yesterday,
roping in unsuspecting citizens.
Misses Julia and Bessie Hodges, of
Louisville, arrived in the city Saturday
and are visiting their aunt, Mrs.
Helen McOl ure, on Conway street.
Mrs. John M. Jamison and little
daughter, of Millersburg, Bourbon
county, who have been visiting relatives
here, returned homo Wednesday
Mrs. S. L. Winter and Mrs. R. D.
Rash, of St. Louis, who have been
visiting relatives in this city for several
weeks, left for home Wednesday
Misses Sallle Kirtley and Nellie
Hockensmith, of Frankfort, were the
guests of Master George Tilford Sunday.
Stamping Ground letter in the
Miles' Nerve and JLlver
Act on a new principle regulating
the liver, stomach and bowels though
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
Miles' Pills speedily euro biliousnesB,
bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation.
Splendid for men, women and
children. Smallest, mildest, surest,
fin rlnnnn fnr 25 Rants. Samnlos free at
J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky .
MastinBroB. have some splendid
second-hand Surreys, Pheatona and
Buggies that they offer cheap.
At the auction sale of William
Easton, of Tattersall's of Now York,
at Chicago on Tuesday, Col. L. P.
Tarlton, of Fleetwood Farm, this
county, sold a string of young race
stock, the get of Blue Eyes and other
noted sires, for the best prices his
lot of nine bringing a total of $13,500,
while eighteen sold by the Megibben
Edgewater Stud only brought $17,250,
! and eleven sold by Woodford Bros.
went for $10,000.
Following is a list of the horses
sold by Col. Tarlton:
Bay colt by imp. Woodlands-Folio
Farine; Bradley Bros. . 2,000
Chestnut filly by Blue Eyes-Etna;
G. V. Hankins 1,000
Chestnut filly by imp. Wood-lands-Guadiana;
G. W. Leiby
& Son 650
Brown colt by imp. Woodlands-Benita;
G. V. Hankins. . . . 2,800
Chestnut filly by Blues Eyes-Missive;
Bradley Bros 3,200
Chestnut filly by Blue Eyes-Wanda;
Chria. Smith. . . . 1,050
Bay filly by Blue Eyes-Verina;
P. M. West 1,100
Chestnut filly by Blue
G. W. Leiby &
Bay filly by George Kinney-Allegro;
O. O. West, Jr. . . . 1,050
Cholera infantum has lost its terrors
since (he introduction of Chamberlain's
Colic, Oholeraand Diarrhoea
Remedy. When that remedy is used
and the treatment as directed with
each bottle is followed, a cure is certain.
Mr. A. W. Walters, a prominent
merchant at Waltersburg, 111.,
says: "It cured my baby boy of
cholera infantum after several other
remedies had failed. The child was
so low that it seemed almost beyondi
the aid of human hands or reach of
any medicine." 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist.
Advertised Letters at
Below will be found a list of advertised
letters for the week ending July 2di
Beckwith, L. S. Myers, B. R.
McKenley, J. J.
nie Neal, W.B.
(JiarK, miBb luiiu u'nunu.vjiiituio
Caldwell, Miss Roberts.Miss Aline
Mary Rhodes, Miss Mary
Hart, Ohas. D. Reddish, Philis
Hardin, Evans Sargent, Henry
Hawkins, W. O. Sanford, Mrs.
Johnson, Berry Susan
Jones, Miss Carrie Taylor, Mrs. G. B.
Jones, Mrs Fannie (2)
When calling for these letters say advertised.
J. M. Saffell,
The Old Original Remedy
Sick people Bhould not bo deceived
by pretenders who talk about
"germs," "bacoilli," &c, to
sell their preparations, thua preventing
people from buying the original
tested modioino. "Radam's Miorobe
Killor" is what you need. It is now,
and for years haB been, making
more curea than all other remedies
combined. Read their advertisement
in this paper. Don't bo deceived.
Horses fob Sale. As administrator
of Olaiborn Allen, deceased, I will
offer at publio salo, on Monday next,
County Court day, two good work
horses, ono four years old and the
other aged. Terms cash.
ARE IK STORE FOR YOU.
THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE IN
OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE
FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY.
OUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM
hundreds take from it, yet it never
diminishes. This, of course, is because
there is a never-dying spring of supply
that feeds the stream.
SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE-
So do sluggish stocks They become
decayed. They are not fit for
cialuse any more than decayed meat.. k
Finally, they are known as "dead."
CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER
IN THE BEST CONDITION and a, y
constant flow of trade keeps a stock in
best condition. We have no dead stock,,
because our stock never stands still. It
is always flowing out and flowing in.
DO YOU APPRECIATE THE
TAG-E of buying always from a clean,
fresh stock of new goods ? If you do,
you can have that advantage by trading:
R. K. McCLURE.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c.
Capital City Business College.
Southeast qorner Main and St. Clair streets,
Thos. B. Ford, President; E.
Treasurer; G. D.
Business writing, Shorthand,
the Farmers Bank.
B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott,
Nlubt school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced studen.
finished. DlpioMas awarded. Catalogue In press. Application made for Incorporation,
We wye the beat home school of business In tho State of Kentucky.
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