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Miss Mory and OcorRia Flack ore
visiting frionda in ClntUsvillo.
Mr. T. C. Williams 1ms returned
from n business trip to Birmingham,
Mr. Wnllnco Koborlsou has returned
from Eddyvlllo, hero ho epont tbo
Mlsa Morr Radford, of I'orabroko,
will loavo Thursday 'or Huntavillo
Ala., to visit a young lady friond.
Mrs. Thomas Coloman and Miss
Rella Barbour, of Louisillo. aro visiting
tho family of Mr. T. E. Barbour.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Rodman returned
jealorday from a Tisit to
Mrs. M. D.Brown has gone to New
Albany, Ind., to rolatlvos. Suo
will also pay Galena a visit boforo hor
Mr. T. N. rotreoaml nlfo of
will arrivo lu tbo in tbo city this
week on it visit to tho family of Judge
MUs Hiitllo Willis rcluruod to her
.r,m in Rlarlcsvillo Satunlay, after a
visit of sovorol weoki to tbo family of
Mr.Sam'lL. Wooldridge, of
nillM. Kv a nalivo of this county,
spent Beyeral days of last week visit
ing his COUSIU &U. J.J. nugiuimB.
Olbo L. Vaughan, recontly of Pembroke,
tun accepted poaitlou as
salesman for J. B. Galbroath. Mr.
Yaughau Uk tbo plaeo of Johnny
Bullard, who goo to Pnducab.
CITY COUHT NEW3.
John Lacy, col., b. p., dismissed.
Pig Green, col , Bamo, fined.
Hoary OrndorlT.ool., adultery, given
80 days in tba work house
Wesley Barker, col.,dinorderly,Dnod
S.90 and costs.
Joaso Hall, c. c. d. w., finod $25 and
In Olden Timoi
Pcoplo overlooked tlm Impoctanco of
nnnnnnilp lmntificlnl olTocta and
were satisfied with transient nction,
but now that it Is generally knowu
that Syrup of Fig will permanently
euro habitual constipation,
peoplo will not buy oilier lav
atlos, which act for a time, but
Road hd, of strawborry plants
bsIo by Mm. Cortu Leavell.
Jako Crick, of Croftou, soUl his new
crop of toDocco to Madisonvlllo parties
for SO por hundred.
All nnlnnna will bavo to closo to
day It being election day. Any sa
loonlst oither soiling or giving away
intoxicants to nuy ono subjects him-suit
to n hoavy pjnalty for oach
Tho law annllos all ovor tho
A freight wreck occurred at Fort's
n station four miles south of Guthrie,
on this division last Thursday night.
Several box cars woro Jammed together
and crushed to Bplinlore. Tho
train mon Jumped and nono nf thorn
Thoro uro 28 voting placo lu tho
wuuty In to-day's election, nn increase
of ono. Noarly all of the old dislricta
havo been changed, both in territory
nad uamo. Tho listed voting population
of tho county Is about 7,100,
but 0,500 Is considered n my .full
voto. It Is no), llkoly that more than
0.200 votes will bo cast to-day, as tho
campaign has beon a vory qulot ono
mid sovoral hundred dofoctlvo ballots
will very probably havo to to thrown
Mossro. J. Y
BriwthiU, usually very mild-mannered
young goutlotnon, addressud a colored
gatlieriug nt tho court houso Saturday
night and permitted tliomsolvos
to b.como unduly oxcitod. Thoy un.
bottled tho vials of tholr wrath and
den mncod tho DomocraU In tbo
flarcoit term and wor o nltogothor too
Insplgnant tor thesa (linos of profound
peace, Their roinarks are Baid to
havo been decidedly inflammatory and
of a charnoUir that showod a, lack of
wisdom nud cousldoration, If those
ludUcroot leaders oro runulng with
Imt boxes boforo tho dofoat, what
(rami of mind aro tboy likely to to In
whon tho roturns from to-day's oloc
ton como lu
iniAUtlv. ami Monwb dlAonirrv,
mo.- Ml IT 1J11IS.
II itoalun kf i It, ft rer boitlo. Otnulm liu
UM mr u4 cKi4 red Uum oa wrpjr.
A nound of coal will praluco
enough coloring matter to dyu 0,000
yards of oloth, and an equal amount
ofooAl.UrwIll yIMd onough stuipy
HERE AHD THERE.
Tnko VUallo and Vltnlia Liver Pills-
Wedding prosonta in ondloss
Dr. T. S. MrCall proachod in
Very fow oloctfou bols havo boon
mndo In this city.
TboSnodlsliQiiartotat tho Opera
Hotiso tomorrow oveulng.
Tho heaviest frost of tho soasou
"showed up" Sunday morning.
Scarlol (over anddiphthoriaaro raging
In Morgaufletd in a mild form.
Day Ixwrdoru wanted by Mrs. M.
A. McQolioo, S. Virginia Street.
Quarlos & Koatt, llia Cadiz
hamllo diamonds, walchos and
Arrangomonta n 111 tornado to got
tho election roturns to-night at tho
Wostoru Union oflieo.
Dr. A.J. Knnpp, tno celebrated
optician, will bo at Dr. Young's offico
ITriday, Dec. 23, one day only
Silver chests wllh 13 pieces of solid
silver, comploto sots, at Yalos'. Something
Gold spectacles H.50 to $2000,
finest lontes mode, nl Qunrles &
KontU', the Cadiz jowelers.
City taxes for 1802 havo been duo
since 1st of Juuo and must be paid.
Call nt oncot pay and novo costs.
S. U. HucKNcn, Collector.
Dr. A. P. Campboll, dentist, Mc-
Daniol building, up stairs. Operating
Mr. J. Mausou Giles, of Howell,
brought in tbo first hogshoad of now
tobacco this Beasoii.
'Possum huntiug is now all the go
Iheso bright nights. Tho marsupial
quadrtipods aro very plontiful.
Tho local talont of Madisonvillo
will present tho "Olo Doostrick
Skulo" nt tho opera housoin that
placo at an early data.
Vooldrldgo fi Co, havo erected a
very neat and haudsomo coal oflieo
near tho corner of Tenth and Water
BlrooU, Just south of tho O. V. Passenger
Mr. If. P. Oivsloy has purchased of
Mr. Wilbur F. Wilson bis billiard and
XK)1 outfit, cigars, etc., on Woht
street, and will conduct tbo business
Tho street conuocting Sovonth aud
Ninth, just in front of South Ken-tuck
College is being gradod and
preparatory to being
Tho rooms of tho O. V. passonger
depot will bo filled up for tho
of tho traveling public in about
nwook. Mr. Collins will finish tho
work of painting tho building lu a
Tbo Hopkinsrillo division of tho O
V. railroad Is getting in fiuo condition
and trains make good time botwecn
this placo and Princeton. It is said
by traveling mon to bo tho smoothest
pioco of now rood in tho State,
Dr. M. W. Williams recently purchased
two fiuo thoroughbred mares
at tho sale of ox-Congressman- Scatea'
stable in Now York. Tboy arrived
Thursday ovening last in fino condi
tion and aro beauties.
Mr M, G. Miller, formerly of Pem
broke, who moved to Ashovillo, N. C,
moro than a year ngo, has returned
to Parkland, this State, where he will
likely engago in business. We aro
glad to note that his health is much
The 21st seminnnual session of tho
Southwestern Kentucky Medical Association
will bo hold in Princototf tomorrow
and tho next day. A lengthy
aud Interesting program has been ar
Mr, J. v. urr, oi boiiroo, owns
2,700 acres of good prairio land In
Texas which bo offers to bet against
$l,r00 that Cleveland will bo the next
Presidout. Now, soino of you cbronio
bluffers, tako him up, or tako in your
Notwithstanding tho prohibition
law exists In Webster couuty, liquor
Is being sold right along. A few days
ngo four Sobroo "suspecta" wero arrested
on a charge of violating tho
law. Thoy all pleaded guilty and will
pay Hiolr Uuos.
Yoitordoy was Couuty Court day,
and I ho last session of Common Pleas
Court convonod also. A largo crowd
was In tho city and business among
tho Hvo inorcbauta was Rood. Tho
Common Pleas doefcot Is n yory light
one, only nbout forty suita having
James Groom, a negro living at
Princoton, is said to bo gradually
Dowuor and Jamos turning white. Tho change In color
has been In progress and notlcoablu
for three yoars, and his body Is now
almost ontlroly whlto. Much attoution
is ottractod by tho freak, and doctors
oro puzzlod ovor it.
Tho peoplo of Cadiz and Montgomery
nro vory much worried ovortbolr mall
facilities and aro unablo to locato tbo1
troublo, They claim that whon tholr
Loulsvlllo daillosarorccelvod thoy aro
threo or four daya old, and papers
from this city aro uot reoolvodjor
three days attor publication, An Investigation
will to mado Iu order that
tbo raattor may bo romodtod.
Johnny Bullard, who has boon in
tho employ of Mr. J.B, Galbrotth as
salesman for aororal yoars, has
to accept a similar position
with Julius Well & Co., wholesale confectioners,
Taducah. Mr, Bullard Is
a young man of moro than ordinary
Intelligence, has excellent habits aud
a good business troiuipg and bis ma
CREftW OF HEWS.
An Infant's Remains Found.
Tho romalna of a whlto Infant lody
woro fouuil In a woll near Ibo notirco
of Sallno Crook, In Trigg county, last
Wednesday. Tho caso will to investigated
by tho noxt graud Jury which
rneot8 in that county In Fobruary.
Good Prices for New Tobacco.
Lost wook, nonr Corinth, In
county, sovou formero sold their
now crops of tobacco loose, nt pricos
rnnging from $7 to $7.85 round. They
nil had largo cropi and t referred Belling
now to prizing nnd placing on
tho tnarkot later.
Horrible Death of a Child.
A child of Mr. W. C.
Rice, of near Princoton, was burned
to death ono day last wook. Tho
child was playing around tho kottlo
whoro a colored woman wai washing,
nnd its dross caught flro. Tho child
was burned in a horrible manner nnd
died n fow hours nftorward In torriblo
ngony Mrs. Rico, mollior of tho
littlo girl, bad her hands badly buruod
whilo trying to extinguish tbo fUwos.
Tho Noxt Attraction
Tho famous Swodiah Quartet will
appear at Holland's Opera Houso to
morrow ovonlDg under tbo auspices of
Chautauqua Circles. Tho organization
is conceded to to tho most artistic
quartot of tnalo singers from tho
Atlontio to tho Pacific. They sing
both English nnd Swodisb Vith cqiiol
facility, and their programs aro so arranged
as to pleaso tho cultured musician
and tbo avorogo music lover.
Many of their selections aro especially
arranged for tbem.both humorous nnd
pathetic, with odd vocal clrects, and
their skill lu imitating instrumental
accompanlmonts Ii remarkable, tbo
banjo, flute and guitar is giton with
exquisite effect, while tho Swedish
music is characterized by swoot and
harmonious molody. Tho Quartot
will bo assisted by Miss Bertha Wobb,
tho distinguished Yioliniste, Miss An-
nlo Louiso Whilo, Now York's well-known
Dramatic and Humorous Re
citer, and Miss Vida Skoog, tho
ular Accompanists Jt is safo to soy
that tbo Oporo Houso will bo packed
to Its full capacity on tho occasion of
their visit to this city.
Where You Vote.
Thoro oro four city precincts nnd
several times tho following
and locations hate boon finally
No. 1 is at the Court Houso. The
(Killing placo will to insido tho circuit
court room, up stairs. This precinct
is Republican by about 50 majority
in n registered voto of about 830.
No. 2 is tho old No. -1. Tho voting
placo is Whoolor, Mills & Co.'a
on Sixth street, oast of tho L.
& N. railroad. ""Thero aro about SOO
roffistcrod voted, only about CO of
No. 3 is tho former- No. 2. Tho
poll is in tho hallway of tho
front part of Ragsdalo, Cooper &
Co.'s Warobouso on South Main street.
Thoro aro about 310 jotos in this precinct
and tho Democratic majority is
No. 1 Is tho old No. 3 and tho election
will bo hold iu, Galthcr & Wost's
Warehouse on Ninth street near Ibo
L. AN. dopot. This Is tho smallest
of tbo four procincta, baring about
220 votes, It has a' Democratic 'majority
Tbo polls will open at 7 a. m. aud
closo at 4 p. m.
Pembroke News and
Nov. !. A rovival moot
ing of vory lino interest, has been in
irogroM in tho Baptistchurcu for tho
nast two weeks. Tho pastor Dr.
Phillips has boon ably ossistod by
Bev. W. J, Ilollyclow, of Oivonsboro,
Mr. ITollyclQw has shown birasolf to
to au nblo preacher of tho word nad
has groatly ondoarod hlirsolf to our
poopla in his work hero Wo havo also
oujoyed tbo tho services ol J'roi. L ui
Prico, a gospel singer and worker of
oxtonsivo reputation in this aud other
states. Tho mooting is growing in
interest and conversions nro occurring
at almost evory servico. It Is earnestly
hopeil that tho result may to a
goueral roligious owakoning In tba
church and community,
Tho colorod Baptist church hna
cantlv had a larco religious
Ing resulting In n largo number of ad
ditions to that church,
Tho recent ra'ns woro joyfully welcomed
by tbo forming community
and has had fiuo offoct on lha lately
so wu grain.
GaruottA Lloyd havo dono a rush
ing bueiuoss iu tho purchasoof whoat
during tho past weok.
John Covingtou has worriod of
onnnirvliffl and moved back to his
homo in town after tho lapso of two
months. Wo aro glad to hao him
back among us again.
Quite a number ot ohaugas lu real
estate havo occurred rocontly !n our
towu. Mr. Buoknor has purchased
and taken possession of the haudsomo
propaity of Mr. AValtor Willinraa' on
Johnson Street. Mr. Williams has
bought tho proporty of- Judge
Vaughau. Our only rogrot in theso
changes htlwjoss of Judgo Vaugbau's
family, but to this, Ilopkitisvillo bo;
comes the galnor. Wo cougratulalo
your city on tho uoquiaitlon of a
zoii so valuable.
Tho boarding houso on Johnson
street rocontly voeatod by Mr. Will
Roddiug has boou occupied by Mr.
Cannon, who hns moved from his
farm threa allies in tho country and
has aottlod horo Wo aro also giad
and wolcomo tho family o( Mr. Will
Jones, wo hovo lakou board wilh
Politically ovory thing Is qulot. Tho
boys, howovor, nro lu tho trenchoa and
vjthfllnta ptokod aro awaiting tho
uy friends predict for him a prosper- attack of the enemy on Tuesday next,
oua crwwWvw ha hut drift du- whan they will oim iuch a fire ol
Having purchased tho stock of
of G. B. Croft wo will conduct
d storo at his old stand In addition to
our regular storo. Wo will keep In
stork at both our slnros a full lino of
staplo and fancy groceries, confectioneries,
etc., and proposo to soil thorn as
cheap aA tho choapost. Call and soo
UB. KlNKEAD & WADCINOTOSC .
Ninth Btroot, near L. A N. Dopot. dt
C. JL CLARK,
Manager Oily Market House,
Sells Loadod Sbolls at $1.46 por hundred
Hoodduarlors for Freeh Hulk
Pickle, Pentorves, Applo Butter,
Miuco Moot, Italian and 1 ranch
Vnrmocelli. Younir American
and Twin Choose, Now Hominy, Oat
Meal, Oat Flnkoi, and In fact ovory
thing to dolight the oyo and tickle the
palate; Uivo us a trial is an wo nss.
O. It. CLARK,
Tho Boy Grocer.
John A. Lewis, an
acod Crofton contleman, nnd Mrs.
Sarah Bailey, of Whlto Plains, woro
unltod In innrriago last weok.
and Miss Eunice Wilson, both of tbo
Oakland neighborhood, Trigg couuty,
wero married nl tbo homo of the
bride's parotits last Wednesday.
Marcudss Ha lint Mr. Vorgolleld
Mnrnuess and Miss Molissa Hornby,
daughter of Mr. M. S. Hornby of
North Christian, wero united in marriage
at tbo homo of tho brido's patents
Mr. Walter Ladd,
a voumr farmer of Wallouia, nnd Miss
EUa anrnolt, n very poPulttr y?nK
lady of tbo Roaring Springs neigh
borhood, will to mamoa at tno nomo
of tho brido.on tbo ovoningof the
Mr. Robert B.
Moodv. of Russellivillo, nnd Miss
Clara Allen, of Fairviow, wero married
in Bethel church at tbo latter placo oi
7:30 d. m. Thursday lost, Dr. T. Simp-
eon McCall.of this city performing tho
coremony. Tbo intorior of tho church
was tastefully decorated with choice
flowors nnd evorgrooni for tho huppy
occasion. Tho wedding march was
rendered with grace and effect by
M. Dr. Poire.), n close and Intimate
friend of tho bndo. - After tho cere
mnnv and contrratulations, tho bridal
party, occompanied by a largo number
of frionds of tho contracting
nf.rl!na InM. for'thnhomoof Mr. J H.
,iinn Mm hrido's father, whero an
ologant rocoption awaited them, and
which was onjoyod by all present
Tbo brido is a highly accomplished
young lady possessed of much beau
ty, and tho social circles oi uairviaw
and Todd county part with hor with
Tho groom is a prosperous young
Logan county farmor, popular in
oociaty, .of. excellent charactor.nnd
a contleman of high rank. ,
Mr. Moodv and his brido loft for
their homo in Logan county, noar
Tho Owonsboro Inquirer publishos
this matrimonial itoin.whicb tho
has had cognizanco of for
sonfo davs. but did not fool, al liberty
to publish no soon. The
is one of tho most popular teaoners in
tho Hopklnavillo schools: '
"His Bcoros d frionds in tho
city will bo auprised to learn
that Mi. John F. Biblo Is soon
to become a bonedjet. A roport to
that effect roached tbo ears or au inquirer
roporter last night, nnd tbo
vouuc coulloman was hunted Up and
auostionod. Whon ho found "it was
out" ho "fossed up" ami furnished
Miss Mary B. Boll, a very accom
plished aud popular young lady of
iT..t.:.,o..llln !j tlm hruln nlecL The
marriage will occur in tho Christian
church at Hopkfusvillo nt 9 o'clock on
tho morning of the Cth of Becomber.
Itov. Jamos E. Sootoy, of Franklin,
Tonn., will porform tho cpromony.
Tho young couplo will como Immediately
to this city and will havo rooms
ot tho Rudd House.
Miss Boll Ib tho daughtor of Mr.
John H, Pwll, a woll known morchaut
of ITinUilvil!l). SllO P08SOS808 ttll
those traits which go to niauo woman
lovable, and Is a priw Mr. Biblo is to
bo congratulated upon having won.
Mr. Biblo Is a
man, who Is osloomod by nil who
know him. Tbo Inquirer to glad to
hoar of his good luck and wIaho3 him
tho smooth Balling on tbo matrimo
nial soa ho dosorves to havo."
Lark M. Spurlfn to Ellon Iryin,
Tom Boll to Jonnlca Terry.
Jessie, Bubaoh, Cum
berland Triumph und
other varietles.for sale
at 50 ots per 100.
Mrs. Cortoz Leavell.
Houso nnd lot in Pembroke, Ky., al
Public Auction, on
Saturdau. Mov. 26, LS92,
At 2 o'clock at tbo wo will
sell ono two story dwollluK houso,
known as tho Loyno houso. Terms
mado known nt snlo.
THOS. 13. LAYNBnml VVIFE.
Will bo eleclod to day, but I wauf you
to understand that it will not effect
our big business. I am still In the
ring with tho largoit and most complete
lino of '
Vegetables, Fish, Oysters
Staple and Fancy
over carried in Hits city. Como and
" Tho Boy G rocer." Manager.
Ono First-class 10 horso power Eu-
gine for sale at a bargain.
Jon.v J. Metcalfe.
Wooldridge & Co.
dealers in coal have mov
ed to their new coaly ard
near Ohio Valley Passenger
Road tho following nnd savo" money
and get tho tost,
Inlaid In tho backs
It Mtti Kert Xijci ti to VTui
PLATED FOUR TIMES
To Wear 25 Years.
BSLF THE C3ST.
ml eeeo ft
mi oora II
EACH ARTIOLC IS STAMPED
A wrileagnrfimice'wlll Iw gUtn ilfc ceh
M. D. KELLEY,
Who is cols tgcqt tor these gcxxli lit
villa, nnd 1 tpi IliO bcl uAkci oi tbo,
The Solid Silver.
Call ond mtoraiuo samples of Hho
etovo goods aud avoid buyipg goods
that are boing misroprespnted to you
I )SO'W , 1
1 Now is tho (imo to begin I
work on that Catarrh,
or Lung Trouble.
Dontwait until tbo coll,
hard wfnfor is on you,J ,
Vo can offer you a pleasant
and certain remedy, and
if you will call to roo our
agent ho will give you n trial ,
Writo for our manual giving
full particulars and many
Specific O xygen -Co
W. B. Foolks, Agent.
LETTER TO :
I have Just ToUiriicd from tho" Ka
and think J can show you one of (ho.
prottlost stocks of Diiess Goods, Notions,
UoUSfUIQLD 00019, DlUrElllE8,
SrAvrKii Linen NovKLTirs niuirALL
Viiaps ovoropciiod lu this markot.
A full llus of Carnst, Itu and
Qil Cloths, Blrlbjoy's Ladles1 anil
MImo' 1'lno Sboci. A rplcmlhl lluo
oflllaiiketi.UndonvQarof all kTmlg
Etc., Ktc. All of tho above have boeu
bought, tor CASH, ond I don'f lutehd
to bo uudorolil by any ono Vlcaw
glyo mo a call.
X M, t)0..jN.E.(
GREAT TRADE MAKING SALE
A chance to get your entire winter outfit
for ulmost 1-2 value. On FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, NOV. I AND 12, we will
place on sale at 9 a. m. sharp, the following
Dress Goods &o., for TWO DAY O NLY:
Yimloof'JW Inch nil wool French Flantiol Suiting in Rod, Gray,
Brown aril Blue.
Yntdmif JW inch nil wool Novelty Cloth, hitn nnd diwlrniilo goods
for slriHit wi"sr
200jardsof JMJiill wool I'lmiK Above ate tlm liost values ofTorwt oql
In nt fAr FIUDAY AND SATUHDAY I'MCE !S
Ml Inch nil Flannel Suiting wortli 7rc. ' 17'f
Fill DA Y AND SATURDAY IMHOB k ' 2
40 Inch all wool Silk Kini-.li orth W nnd II.
Fill DAY AND SATUHDAY FKIOB
6Jf s5 ill? jEiri3irfi
To the MarkoL this
season. Have purchased
for the season." I have
a beautiful line.
All the latest novelties
The ladies are, extended
a cordial invitation
i ADA 'C, L
Metz Old Stand.
I llHI - . v'l f ,(
) iStnii,, , Hi ,, ..'lijjld ilto f)
)t .u41 'i r,
W. r w
Illnik Dress (Inods. Tho World Can't Ilwit us In This Depsirtincnf.
55 Inch all ool Suiting, riclily worth 7Co
KKIDAY AND S.VTU'IDAY PIUCB '
40 Inch all wool SUk Finidi Henrietta, fold orory whero for !H) and $1
FHIDAY AND SATURDAY FIUOE
40 Iuch Silk Warp ' Uonrirltu, good vnlun at $1.25.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I'HICE
40 Inch all wo'jl Surah Cloth or EtwIMi Sorgo, Knnl nlue il (5c.
t rJtllJAV A.u i i uitu.w ritiur.
Jl few JSpeciuls in the Notion Department
150 Illnck all Silk cheap at 25c.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I'RICB
200 all silk WiiiilBOTTioH.acliin! valiiM Ido anil 'Jf
FRIDAY AMJSiVlUHDAY I'KHUS
500 Reiil IU) II. S Binb lbimlkurchit'fx, Rold al 15c, lOu and '!.".
( hoiiii for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
200 All wool knil Skills, uoilh f 1.25 and tl 50.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I'RICB
50 Ll. Shxoiiv WihjI, I i III1 ttilcirM, world lOimkfln.
FRIDAY ANDSA1 URDAY I'RICB
75 Lbn IVncher'n MilU Yarn, wmlh Oc slieiu.
Fill DAY AND SAIUUDAY PRICE
I.uM and Greiili! of nil 4,000 hh1h of Fancy S andard Prints,
worth 0 ami !. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I'RICB
Goods us niUcriUed. SEE SHOW WINDOW.
So are yours to command,
near U k N, Dupol.
HH S'iTi?M yj;iMM Jv?w!!!im
fir " n i KStumttUr m
Como to soo us boforo you buy, wo will savo you monoy.
- - WheatlSaoks.
w o havo a largo stock of tho very'jtost quality and wo soil thorn cheap.
Wo "Want You to Oome
nil.! go through onr stock. Wo will to glad to soo you nnd tohVrVJhatr
who j ou oxamino our goods and got our prices on thorn, you willww that h
Is to your luteresl to trndo with us.
We Want to Sell You
PLOWS, HARROWS, DRILLS and ovcry kind of agricultural Imptowal
of nil klu Is, which wo dougnt in largo lots for Cash and wo oro ioJa poMoo
to Sail you chooporjthau you can buy ndywhoro olso.
Do You Want a Wind Mill?
If so, you want to seo us Immediately, Wo havo sold and put lnlnmii mil
fill operntiou moro Wind Mills this year than any other houso In Worfoie
foiitucky and ovory ono wo bavo put out is giving absolute Batlsfacliiw.
Mai estic Steel Ranee.
1 O I , I 15o.it that money nnd skilled labor can produce, and nt tho cost of toramofc
""2" , wt Iron. Send for catalogue nnd full particulars.
And When You Want
Lumber of auy kind, rough or dressod. Or nuy building done, reiaoenber
that our "Exeelsor Plauing Mills" aro still in tho load, aud wo hav tho tot
facilities and largest experience as CONTIt ACTORS & BUILDERS. W
hao more different kinds of IJnggios and overythintr olso on whools, all oi
Ixwt grnUo, w bleb wo bought by tho car load and will sell them choapor thaa
ever tofore. -Wo tought them to sell. Got our pricoaon nnythingyou vrwnt
iu tho Ilornoss and Suddlo line. Wo havo a cpmplotostock of tho best
of goods. Buy Rots of Rock Salt. Wo aro hoadquartora for Bono fciu
FORBES & BRO.
i as Kvn.
d look at the handsome line of new Fall
iCoods and Elegant New Carpetj&st
j received. Uneqnaled in the city.
WHERE SHALL I BUY MY DRESS?
Where you oan find the greatest variety to seleot from. If this
is your opinion, find certainly it is, we desire to say
but come direct to us Our line is superb, embracing every, novelty
of tho season. It's certainly worth your tnn9 to call and let us show
you oir unequaled line. Hats, mude to matoh any costume, j.u,st'
received on oonsiennient. A large line of Ladies', Misses' and
drenV Oloulis, at Prioes never before offered in this city. Remrnni
ber those who come first are more apt to find what they want g
to get a fit. Very Respectfully,
RICHARDS, KLEIN & CO. .,
NEW FIRM, NEW
All the nobby UleHiii1 nilors,
Jut tlio lliliig for early fulj.
r.icrythl'iguew, Th" M'otld
tho nobby full ntyleiand colon.
Yo handle a complete lluo of
STETSONS bot makes examine
our genuine HKAYEH
IT WONT 111! OUIt r'AUI.T II "hoy uro not as
nt)lllil) ii au) IIIIOADW'AV 8WKM and
wIlUII It CHIIICH t" rOIWITVIltlVD llllHlllOkS Suits wo uto
IJIOIIT I.V IT,
Are tho lala.i MinVn'io'Uib
our lino In (iiny. nnd
Suit. lor fall,
Wo mvo ti led oui 'i ve In thli lino uud our ossoi Imeiit
ofCalinflro and Woinh'tW will darzlo your cyc.
Come mid too (hum. Nothing Ilka It lu tho of
IIopkliivlllu' ClothliiK trmlo.