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J.t' PICKETT, Agent,
U, & N. TIME TADLE.
No. (1 M. Louis r..t Mill .M a. m,
S.IIMi.yiiitiinilClileaxar.Trla 10:30 p. m,
No to iuiirllle Accom :ui in.
o II Bnhrn I'tit ilsll I Hp m.
No, Uai train I.i) a.m.
No. UNrIiiIII Accom HIS a in.
Narhrlll AKMmrnoJtlon iImi not run on
Nurih l.fiunJ St. Umla ami Clilesco Vui
fstn.liata through irnlns tolM anl alarpctB
niunetui oni at linjrUnt itatlont
and tlvm 11m through runmw nwitri
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Miss Mary Radford returned from
Mliw Koto Wooldridgo In visiting
relatives in Oivonsboro. I
Miss Amelia Rogers in visiting Mlsa
Julia Long atCrofton.
Mrs. Lindsay Klnkade bus roturnod
from a visit to Judgo Morrow.
Moj. S. II. Crumbaugh wont to
Dr. J. II. Woosloy, ol Glasgow
Junction, was la tho city Wednesday,
Mrs. Amelia Lindsay, of Cadiz,
camo up on tho O. V. yesterday.
Mrs. D.A.Tandy and Mrs. W. S.
Davison aro visiting rolativca at Pembroke.
MIssenF. A. and Jcunio Bronnugh
havo roturnod from a protracted visit
Mr. Win, IJornomanu, a prominent
tobacoouist of l'aducab, was iu tbo
city thin week.
Mr. Jos. A. Itadford, of Pcmbrokp,
will leave next Tuesday for Florida to
epeuu tho winter.
Misses Katoand Nora Anderson
left yesterday for Owenaboro to visit
Mr. S. W, Anderson e family.
Mr. and Mrs, Waller, of Trenton,
woro In tho city this wook (or tbo
first timo for several years, Mrs.
Waller was formerly Miss Emma
Dickinson and was educated at South
Mr. Xioa llurk and Miss Irono Glov-
or, of Owonsboro, wero marriod Wed-
Mr. O. G. Waddill, of Madisonvillo,
and Miss Opal Willis, of this county,
will bo marriod next month.
Mr. J. B.
of Dawson, and Miss Kffio L.
WlcklifTo, of Paducah, woro marriod
Wod't Jsduy and loft immediately for
their homo at Dawson.
Mr. R, B Moodio, of Logan county,
r and Miss Clara Allen, of Todd coun
ty, will bo marriod iu tho Baptist
tist church at Fulrviow, Thursday
Hoy. 3d, at 7 o'clock p. m. Rov. T.
8. McCall will jwrform tbo coreiuony.
Mr. W. 0.
of Horndon, and Miss Ada Young,
of Bonneltatown, wfiro quiotly married
(n tbo parlor of tbo Phoenix
tcl Wodnoodny at 2 o'clock p.m., by
Rev. W, L. Nourso. Tho bridal cou p-Id
returned lo Ilorudon Immediately
after tho coremony.
Mr. Jno.T, Hill,
, of Montgomery, and Miss Bessio
Baynbam, of Cadiz, woro marriod at
Clarksvlllo Wodnesday the 25th last.
and woro tonderod a recoption at tbo
homo of tho groem'a mother tho samo
ovonlng. Tho joung people did not
elopo, but merely wont ovor to Clarks-
, ville to bo a littlo romantic, as tbero
was no opiwsitlon to their union
from any nource. Mr. Hill is a prom
luonl end prosperous young merchant
and a gontlomanof wido popularity.
His brido is n vory pretty and win-some
blonde, a sister of Mr, Thomas J.
Baynbam, of Qracey. Tho jouag
pooplo bavo many friends who will
wish thorn much happiness.
Coonkuus. Mr. John W. Corne
lius diod at his homo uoarBainbridgo
1 ueeday night, after a long illness in
which his condition had gradually
grown worso, air. uornolluo was
about (13 years of ogo and was a man
of prominence aud standing in his
community, no was a morabor of tbo
Domocratia oxocutivo committoo of
tboinunty, representing Balnbrldgo
district. Ho loavos a family.
Death of Richard Pryor.
Tho ChaltouoogaTimea of Sunday,
contained tbo Fad news of thosuddon
doth of Mr, Rliburd Gaines Pryor,
which occurred at York, Ala., on Saturday,
Oct. 22. Mr, Pryor was for n
long timo a reetdeut of this city and
tjfe enjoyed a wido personal acquaintance
baro. HeVw a commercial tratolor
for the well kuowu Cincinnati paper
house of Louis Snidor's Sons Co, He
rondo this city on his regular sixty
dayo' trip jut before going south
eaily in October. Ho was regarded
ooo of tho best paper drummers
on tho road and commanded a very
handsomo ualuiy, Ho was a nephow
ofCapt. Sam M, Games, of
llo was tho chief wipport of a
widowel mother and
HERE AND THERE.
$3,000 lo loon on rcnl oslnto. Lo.va
Wedding prosonU in ondless
I'Vnnk Zindor will mnko your nanta
of Moylleld Joans from t2.50 up.
Day boarders wnntnt by Mrs. M.
A. McGohoo, S. Virginia Street
Quarloa & Keritts, tho Cadis
org, handlo diamonds, watches and
Judgo Landes has boon down in
Callonny nil this wook filling spoak
Dr. A. J. Knapp, tno colebratod
optician, will bo nt Dr. Young's oflico
Nov. 1, ono day only.
Silver chosU with 43 pieces of solid
silver, complota sots, nt Yntos', Some
Gold spoclnclos l.tt to J2000,
finest lenses made, at Quarloa &
Kcatts', tho Cadiz Jowolors.
A blind man was In tho city yoslcr
day singing on tho and
holding out a tin cup for ponnios.
City taxes for 1802 havo boon duo
sinco 1st of Juno and must bo paid.
Call at onco, pay and Bavo costs.
S. G. Bcckxer, Collector.
Dr. A. P. Campboll, dontist, Mc-
JUaniol building, up stairs, next door
to Judgo Landed' law oflico,
ling a specialty.
Farmers, Insure your tobacco barns
and contents with tbo GIANT IN-
Lo.va & Kn.LT, Managers.
Callis & Wallis, gonoral insuranco
agonts, aro prepared to writo risks on
tobacco barns and contents. Best
Democratlo Bpoakingat Church Hill
by W. R. Honell and others.
Also at Union ball in Perry's district
Tho Arkansas Hunting Club will
Ieavo for Arknusas November 0 to take
their aunual deer hunt in tho wilds of
Low Dockstadcr's minlslrols hold
tbo boards last night and gavo a high
ly satisfactory porformanco to a
good crowd, at tho Opora Houso.
Tho electiic light company will do
tho handsomo thing If it will light up
tbo city to-night in honor of tho Governor's
visit. What say you, Mr.
The incandescent oloctrio lights
will bo turnod on to-morrow night iu
all bousos whore fixtures havo boon
put in and contracts entered into will
go into effect. a
Ton years ago last Tuesday night
half of Hopkiusvlllo was destroyed by
fire, but a now nud handsomer city
sprang up from tbo ashes of the.
A protracted moetiag is in progress
at Fairviow Baptist church and will
continue throughout this week. The
pastor, Rov. J. U. Bennott, is assisted
by Rov. H. C. Roberta, of Louisville
Miss Carrio Flotchor, of Louisville,
well known In thin city, has announced
hor intentiou of going on tbo operatic! in
stage. Sbn is now studying tnusio in
Tbo regularmonlhly mooting of tho
Endeavor Societies of tho city will bo
hold at tbo Christian church next
Sunday night at tho regular hour for
Fine whito frosts Tuesday aud
Wodnesday nights havo killed
ami effectively stamped out
malaria. Tho air is now fresh and
pure and the doclocs will soon
of bard times.
John W. Robinson, Stato Agont of
tho Northwestorn Mutual Lifo Insurance
Co , of whioh company JLong &
Kolly aro tho local agents, committed
sulcido In Louisvillo last Wednesday.
No causo assigned except Ul health.
Tho nopkinsvillo Public Schools
havo pledged $200 to tho Louisvillo
Timet' voluntary World's Fair fund
and tha jouug lady teachers are raising
tho amount by privato subscriptions.
This fund now foota up about
Koto Harbin, a fouttoon -year-old
Louisvillo girl, is conducting a religious bo
revival nt Cemontvlll?, Iud, a
village five miles from Je'ffersonvillo.
Hor oxhortatlons ore to.y oarnost and
havo boon attended with woudorful
Tbo Democrats want to run Mr, J.
Byron West for Councilman in tbo
Frst ward and Dr, Scargont will havo
tho raco of his lifo on his hands if Mr.
West consents to stand (or election.
Tho First ward is vory cIobo whon a on
strong fight is mado, as was shown in
1890 whon Dr. Soargont won by a
ainglovoto, with moral Democrats
Budllitcbey, who was shot In the
throat by an nssatwiu in Allon couuty,
is still alive, though reported dead.
After bolug aliot Rltcboy galloped
sovoral miles to a doctor, followed by
his heroic wife, yvbo was with him tat
tho time, and who mounted a horse
on a inan'd saddle, riding astraddle,
aud galloped after hor husband,
until he found a physician. Ho was is
shot through the wlndplpo and only as
talks in a whisper, but will' locovor.
Tho woll known Implomont firm
of John R, Greou & Co. has entered
into an agreement to sell tholr stock
to W. P. and J. U. Viurroe, who will
continue the buslnrM undor the firm tbo
namoof Wiufreo Bros, Tho retiring
firm havo enjoyed a large aud lucrative
business. The Messrs. Winfnw
are among uppxiMvlues imm Known
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT.
A Great Speseh In Sioro for our People.
Gov. Brown writes that bo will nr
rivo on tho 10:25 train this ovonlng.
Ho will bo mot nt tho dopot by a re
coption commkloo and by tlio
Llttht Guards undor Copt. Tan
dy, who will escort tho distinguished
visitor to tho Phoenix liotoi, wuoro
rooms bavo boon engagod for him.
Tho Govornor will probably bo
by his son, Dr. John
Young Brown, and Mr. Frank B.
Richardson will nlso accompany him
m far a Pembroke
After breakfast to-morrow morning
an informal m uv h""
tho Govornor by tho pooplo of tho
city and county, who are anxious to
moot tbo oxocutivo of tho Stato
and assuro him in person of
their approval of tbo firm mid
docisivo courso ho bos pursued in tho
transaction of tho public business and
in dealing with tho gang of conspirators
who aro striving to inject jobbery
into tho legislation of tho Gonoral
Tho neonlo aro with Gov.
Brown in tho patriotic stand ho has
takon and thoy rocognizo In him an
oxocutivo who has tbo ability, the
patriotism and tho courago to perform
his wholo duty foarlosaly and impartially.
Gov. Brown will discuss tho tssuos
of tho campaign in tho samo masterly
mannor that invariably characterizes
his nublio utterancos. Ho will un
doubtedly bavo a magnificent crowd
to greet him, as tho pooplo will como
in from all parU of tho county to hoar
him preach tho gospol of unadulterated
Tbo 'speaking is announced for 1
p. in., but it will hardly begin bolero
CREAM OF NEWS.
"Where Is Tommy At.?"
Mr. Pottit has gono to Christian
couuty again, but ho did not invito
tho othor canldatos to join him. If ho
had hod any idea thoy would accept,
ho would not havo invited thorn last
A child, a son of
Thomas Uiciloy, who lives ovor
itoalos moat shop on Sixth street, had
bis clothing to catch on fire from a
grato Wednesday at 12 o'clock, nhiio
his mother was out of tbo room, and
was very seriously burned from tho
bowols up, before his screams brought
holp. Dr. Seargont dressed the little
sufforer's burns, Tho child is still in
Homlclds at Cerulean.
Jay Smith, a young whito man, was
shot and instantly killed by lsaao
Ford, col., at Cerulean Springs, Mon
day night. Ford claims that Smith
persisted in visiting his promises for
an unlawful purpose, Ford being suspicious
of his wife's chastity. Ho
warned Smith to koop away from his
homo, but found him thero again on
coming homo at night. Ho bocamo
inconted and taking up a shotgun
fired upon Smith as ho was standing
tbo yard. Tbo load entered his
abdomen and produced speedy death.
Ford surrendered to an officer. Smith
was a son of Joo Smith, a prominont
citiiou of tho vicinity.
buys Paragon Brand
after a trial. The boat meats on tho
Judgo draco's Appointments.
Judge Jno. R. Graco, candidate for
Circuit Judgo of this (tho third) Judicial
district, will address tho citi
zens of Trigg and Lyon counties at
tho follomug times and places;
Lamasco, (Lyon Co.,) Tuesday
night, Nov, 1st.
Cerulean Springs, (Trigg county,)
Monday night, Oct. 31st.
Rock Casllo, (Trigg county,) Wednesday,
Nov. 2d, 1 p. m.
Canlon, (Trigg county,) Thursday
Nov. 3d, 10 o'clock.
Long Hollow, (Trigg county,) Fri
day, Nov. lth, 1 p. m.
Cborry Hill, (Trigg county,) Satur
day, Nov. 5tb, 1 p. in.
Judgo J. I. Landes is respectfully
incited to bo prosont at all theso appointments
and a division of timo will
Tho Paragon Brand of tuoata is tho
boston earth. Ask your grocer for
ho Paragon Brand.
CITY COURT NEWS.
William Hughes, col, broach of
peace, fivo days in tho work houso.
John McOaugboy, col , assault, con'
tlnuod until Friday.
Jnmos Long, broach of poaco, held
Robert Moore, same, aamo.
J. H. Anderson & Co's now build
ing on tho corner of Main aud
Tenth will bo ready for occupanoy by
Nor. 1Mb, with no bad luck. Tholr
present etand will bo occupied next
year by tho Mammoth Clothing and
Superintendent A, D, Jtodgora
should turn on the oloctrio lights to
night in honor of Gov, Brown's visit,
although tho contract with tho city
uot yet iu effoct. Hopkiusvlllo
eoou by electricity could not fall to
mako a favorablo impression upon
Tbero was a shooting at Lafayotto
last Friday night tho particulars of
which have not been learned. Two
colored men wow walking along witli
samo girl wheu thoy got iuto a
row and ono shot the othor. lie
claims that tho shooting was accidental
and after helping to carry the
Dr. CUrtly's Speeches,
From somobody's oversight or misunderstanding
tho fact that Dr. Clar
dy was to spoak yesterday was not
advertlsod, novortholoss, n fair
gathorod at tho
composod for tho most part of farmers.
It Is regretted that n largor
audlonco was not prosont as, barring
Mr. Crisp groat effort, the spooch was
probably tbo most practical and effective
of any dollvorod in this city
during the campaign. It was n great
ami olTectlvo spooch. Henderson
Dr. J. D. Clardy, of Christian county,
spoko at Kuottsillo yostorday afternoon
to a big crowd. Ho discussed
tbo issuos of tho day in a manner cal
culated to sot his hoarors to thinking.
Ho oxplninod tho Force bill ns advocated
by Dr. Kimbloy, and showed
that it moant tho subjugation of tho
wholo country for ovor by tho Republican
party. All tho evils complained
of by the farmer ho showed to bo directly
tracoablo to tho tariff. Ho said
ho was in favor of tho froo colnago of
silver, but that froo silver wonld only
giro a tomporary roliof to tho pooplo,
and without tariff reform would pos
sibly add a more greivous burdoa to
tno loau tuoy already carry, ilo
pealod to tho reason of thoso Democrats
who havo strayed off Into tho
Third party to como back and boip
win a victory for tbo people against
tbo tariff robbery and tho Forco bill.
Bon Birkhead attempted to answer
Dr. Clardy, but his argumont scattered
itself badly and was effectually
disposod of by tho doctor iu his reply.
Tho Domocrata wero greatly encouraged
by Dr, Clardy's speech and say
thoy aro going to carry Knottsvillo,
wholevor hoppons. Owonsboro
Needs assistance it may bo boat to
rondor it promptly, but ono should
remember to uso ovon tho most per
feet remedioa only whon needed. The
best and most simple and gonllo remedy
is tho Syrup of Figs, manufactured
by tho California Fig Syrup Co.
Oct. 31, Nov. I, Nov. 2.
After a good deal of uncertainty in
tho matter, Judgo Morrow and Clerk
Prowso have finally sottlod upon tho
interpretation of tho election law in
regard to supplemental registration.
"Monday, Tuesday and Wodnesday
preceding tho election" will bo construed
to menu tho threo first days of
tho preceding week. Those days
will therefore' bo Monday Oct. 31,
Tuesday Nov. 1, and Wednesday
Nov, 2. City voters who havo not
registered for good and lawful causes
can therefore do so on those three
days and nono others. Of courso all
country otora can voto whether they
aro registered cr not.
I you frfeel weah
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Read tho following and save money
ami get tho host,
' SOLID PIECES
Inlaid In tho backs
SPOONS' 7.t fejlvti; J
M rdttl lul tijsiji t) Will
AXD TUC.1 oaea tf
PLATED FOUR TIMES
AS HEAVY AS
Jm. a 3
To Woar HB Years.
IU USI OTTML
StorlliiK HI I vov
HALF THE COST.
EACH ARTICLE IS STAMPED
Alwrltlen guarantee will ho glun with cae
M. D. KELLEY,
Who liaolo agent lor tlitw goods lo HopUnt.
vllle, aoil alto kcc the beat makca of the
The Solid Silver.
Call aud oxamlne samples of the
above goods and avoid buying goods
that are being misrepresented to you
Now is tho time to begin
work on that Catarrh, Bronchitis
or Lung Troublo,
Don't wait until tho cold,
h ard winter Is on you.
Wo can offer you n
ant and certain remedy, and
if you will call to see our
gont ho will give you a (rial
Writo for our manual giving
full particulars and many
Specific Oxygen Co
W, E. Foolks, Agout.
Poland China Boars and black
Langshan Chickens for sale. Two
largo noven month boars, prico $15.00
each, A faw ntco Langshan cockerel,
price f300 per pair.
Ciias, H. Barker, '
Pombroko, or Kennedy, Ky.
SPECIAL ' LOCALS.
Tho First Nallonnl Rank hna
od an account called "Tho Columbian
Kuwait Ion Fund." and nroDOBtw n
plan by which most any body may bo
able to attend tho great fair in 1893.
Particulars on application.
New Orleans Molas
ses at Mcnee's me
To farmers of Christian and ad
joining counties. I will havo at C.
II. Layno s livery stablo in
Saturday, Oct. 29, 1892,
a car load of high grade Clydesdale
and Norman brood marea for salo,
irom a to o yoars oiu, sound anu
to work, Woight from 12 hundred
to 17 hundred pounds. Come
and soo the Cnost lot of maros you
ever saw. G. W. SMITH,
North English, Town.
Farm for Sale Nov 7.
Tho fine and fertile farm known as
tho BOSTIOK PLACE, near Grncoy.
11 is situaioa on cnuKing i'ora creels
and is directly on tho 0, V. Railroad,
6 miles wost of Hopkinsvillo and 3
miles from Qracey, Tho tract contains
1C7J acrco less 5 acres deeded to
the railroad. It is well improved,
woll watered and in a good stato of
cultivation. It has a promising young
orchard, also a new barn just built.
lias botn a lasting spring ana a good
cistorn. It is located in a good neighborhood,
lying between tho farms of
Mrs, McCarty and Mrs, N.M. Cox,
and is convenient to schools, post-office
and churches. I will off or this
valuable tract at public auction at the
Court Houso door in Hopkinsvillo, at
11 o'clock a. ni., Monday, Nov. 7, 1802.
John J. Reed.
Ono First-class 10 horse power Engine
for sale at n bargain.
John J. Metcalfe.
House k Lot For Sale,
If not sold privatel v before, I will
offer to the highest bidder at Court
Houso door, on Monday, November
7th, a farm of 70 acres nor
Fairviow, on which nro a dwelling,
barn ami outbuildings. Also a bouse
and lot on Elm street, in Hopkinsvillo,
known as tlio John Brown place.
Terms maue Known on any ol sale.
3. P. ELGIN,
Sopt. 27-12 tm.
We will sell this week
only SOO boxes paper at
r4 former price 75 cts,
Gaither $' Wallace.
A two story residence on wost aide
of South Main street, adjoining 0, M.
Meacbam's, Tho ownor has eocurod
a position in Clarksvillo aud will Bell
at a bargain. Apply to
Oaenktt & Moore,
Real Estate Agonts.
We have added to our
paint department, white
lead and Unseed oil.
Give us a call,
Strayed in July two milk cows, ono
largo jot black, othor small red. Inform
F. O. Stowe,
WooMridge & Co.
dealers in coal have moved
to their new coaly ard
near Ohio Valley Pas
Pall Suiti ngs.
Frank Zindor, morchant tailor, is
lust in receipt of fall supplies for
Call and soo them. Cost work
and lowest prices.
Sale Main St.
At Court Houso door at public salo
at 11 o'clock Tuesday, Nov. 1st, 1892.
tho store houso now occupied by Ben.
Roeenbaum, adjoining tbo Garner
ug storo. i or lunuor luiormauon
H. R, LittclL
E. J.Goocu and Wire.
For pure wine and lie'
uors, Gaither $' Wallace
keep the best.
With the FINEST and
IIEdPEST line of
MILLINERY goods in
the city. Every article
purchased with an eye to
please tho most MOST
FASTIDIOUS. All tho
ladies invited to CALL
and IjYSPET. Re -
'vtiber the place,
m t tt
I K KK
I limojiul returned from tho Ka
and tli'itk I ran show )ou one of tbo
irclllotlok of Dnrss Gooin, Notions,
Stamped LtNK.vNovKt.Tirs and Fall
What of cropcuoil In this market.
A full Him o CAnrcTfl, ltuus and
Oil Cloths, Stanley's Ladles and
MIo' l'lno Shout. A splendid lino
of IIiHikoti,Uiulciwcarof nil kinds,
Kd, Kto. All of tho Mmvo lmo locii
bought for CASH, and 1 don't Intend
lo ho undersold by nuy ono. 1'lcaso
(tlvo ma a call.
T M, JONES.
FALL & WINTER SQODS IN.
Will give yon prices
astonishing the world
in onr line.
Milinery at dead low
y. - fiV,VJiW dLaifctS
i. T ifc If
.Itj 'Ittll '- .12 tAtJ. "?
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And look at the handsome line of new Fall
Goods and Elegant New Carpets just
received. Unequaled in the city.
All Ihe Latest Styles.
All lje Ladies Invited.
NEW FIRM, NEW GOODS, NEW
All tho nobby shapes ami colors.
Jiit tbo tlilngi fur early full.
Everything now. The "World
the nobby Tall stylet and colon.
Wo handlo a complete Una of
STETSONS' bt makes ox.
nmlne our genuluo HEAVER
ri li i,
to 1- P v
WHERE SHALL I BUY MY DRESS?
Where you can find the greatest variety to select from. If this.
is your opinion, and certainly it is, we desire to say
XjOoIsl 3XTo IFTj.i?tli.e3r
but come direct to us.
oi the season. It's certainly worth your time to oall and let us show
you our unequaled line. Hats, made to match any costume, juat
received on consignment. A large line of Ladies', Misses' and CJ
dren's Cloaks, at Prices
ber those who come first are more apt to find
to gee a nt. v ery Kespeotiuny,
RICHARDS, KLEIN & CO.
IT WON'T MR
whon It come to
RIGHT IN IT.
Aro tho latest ami
SUITS. our lino In Gra)iaml
jlyijmiaM, jy" J H . Mt. TKL
BERT WAGON MANUFACTURED.
Como to soo us Iwforo you buy, wo will savo you money.
, Wheat, Sacks - - Wheat Saoks.
Wo Iiavo a largo stock of tho my boat quality and wo wll them cheap.
,i ., . . v' e w ant You to Come
mi J go through onr stock. Wo will bo glad to soo you nn I bolior tfaa
wboj y ou .jttamltio.Wgoodfl and got our prices on them, you will aeo Uwt 1
your interest totrado with us.
PLOWS, HARROWS, DRILLS and overy kind of agricultural ImpUwiefit
of all kin Is, which wo dought in largo lots for Cash and wo aro loJ. posfUo
to soil you choapor;than you can buy ndywhoro olso.
Do You Want a Wind Mill?
If so, you w ant to soo us Immediately. Wo bavo sold and put Into
mora Wind Mills this year thau any othor houso in WesUws
Kentucky and overy ono wo havo put out is giving absolute BatlsfocUUn.
Majestic Steel Range; 0
Best that mouoy and skilled labor can produce, and at tho cost of oomm
cast iron. Sond for cntaloguo and full particulars.
And When You Want
Lumber of any kind, rough or drosscd, Or any building done, romembe
that our "Excolsor Waning Mills" nro still in thoload, and we havo tho baBt
facditios and largest oxpononco as CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS. W
have more difforont kinds of Buggios and everything olso on wheels, all of
best grndo, which wo bought by tho car load and will soil them cheopor than '
ovor before. Wo bought them to sell. Got our prices on anything you want
in tho Harness and SaddJo lino. Wo havo a complete stock of tho best finally
of goods. Buy Rets of Rock Salt. Wo aro hoadquartors for Bone Ma
FORBES & BRO,
SAS 'it; i.i&$
Our line is superb, embracing every' novelty
never before offered
OUR FAULT It Ihoy nro not as
as any IMIOADWAY SWELL, and
conservative buslnc Suits wo aro
most doklrablo Suits 'for fall. Seo
Wo have tiled ourselves In this lino and ourasaortmoiil
of Casslmcrcs and Worsteds will dazzle your ojos.
Come nd soo thorn. Nothing lllo HI11 tho hlstoiyof
Ilonliusvillo's Clothing trtdo.
in this city. Remem
what they wantaudL;;
MWIX SHORT EVEItYTHlNO.