IIIIMI. I'.. UAJITLKY, llunan Mnir
TUESDAY, DEOUMIJKIt G, 1602.
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O. V. Passenger Trains. .
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' it.il iKmie'aft
- Mall Accommixial'ti
KvaiiMlllo ...SiSUa.m Ts.irti p.m
(liner) ... l',m ., imocui
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L. & N. TIME TABLE.
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Nil M.NntliTille Accoin ttiMji m.
(1 il Sonllicrn 't Mull. .t:o9p. m.
No. ii tal I'raiu srr km,
Nil, Oi .Nmlnlliu accimu ,ltlt in.
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rain li'u tralna aolltl unit aleeiri
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J M.ADHMI, Agent.
Mujor $. J. Withers is in
Mr.W. It. Ilowoll has returned from
a business trip to fc'roukforU
Mr. W. il. Smith, of Columbus, O.,
visited his nuul, Minn Alioo Hayes,
tho first of tho week.
Miss JJoulah Whitakor has returned
to hor homo in Kroukfort oftcr a
leiiKthy visit to Mrs. Goo. Hroaitus,
Mr. Thos. B. Drown, of Mt. Vornon,
Ind, who has lxm on a visit to tho
family" of his Mr. I). J.
Matbaws, loft for bis homo this morn-lug.
Mbj. llonry T. Stunlon will orrivo
to-morrow morulug mid will bo tho
guest of 1'rof. C. U. Dietrich whilo iu
tho city. Uo will lnavo for J'embioko
ntn.OSThursdayoieuingand givo a
recital nt that place that night. .
CREAM UF HEWS.
. Tho stora hoitvo nnd ralooU of Mr.
A. Q. Howling, at Crofton,
Saluiday night, The thiul,
nfloctwl nu uuirauco through ono ol
tho windons. Quito a lot of groceries
Broke An Arm.
W. 11. Ito:jmou, au O. V.
man, wns caught by tho bumpers
nhito rooking n voupli.ig ut Princeton
ono day last wook oud oue of IiIh arms
was broken, llo was also pinchod
and badly bruisoil upotherwbo.
Row Near Beverly.
Tho colored oplo gam a dance
ou tho Carter placo, near Bourly last
oturdsy uighu During tho
- Tim n rur occurred iu which knives
nud razors with friuly usvd. Several!
men and two women,
Mira Moss aud u rcomuu iiaiukd i'Ox,
wero badly ut. Tho daucu b'roko up
at once, nnd thu fellows wholid thu
slashing made their 1 scape.
Nortonvills Will Hsve a Church.
A uuiou church, for all denominations,
is In process of erociiou at
Thoboucool worship will
bo built by tho pooplo of tho placo
and will In a credit to thVvillagO in
whiclvil Is being will lip a
framo structure, tho framo Aork having
bem completed, aud the building
im expected to bo read for tho dedicatory
bounou ujiuo liuiu 111 January.
A Chance to Buy
Jno. V. Martin, owuorol tho electric
light frnnchiuo, has failed to cotno up
with tho mouoy to tuko tho
plaut olf tho hands of tho build-1
is, tho Western lileclrio Co, repro
Minted hero by Mr. Goo. L. Wado.
Mr. Wudo Is still oporotiug Iho plant
fur his company aud suits have boon
filtil against Murliu oujoiuing him
frim moitguging or trnnblerriog tho
plant until debts for construction and
machinery uro satisfied. Tho plant is
u 0110 in ovory respect
Thoro are 8 miles of arc tires, 35 arc
lights and fXX) Incandescent lights.
If Martlu falls to tuko tho plaut and
it is thereby thrown upon tho market,
tho city ought to buy and oporhte, t,
jfjlt could bu niado to pay a handsome
5-- ...! .f .....l..a .1... ...in. .V.I.QII1
uuum " " -
tutiou thu debt cau bo ossumou, it
ought by all "jeans to bo taken in.
nud owned by the city, At ouyrato
It would bo woll for tho Couucil to
(consider tho matter Boriously.
ltGencE, Itufus McGehoo, agod
Li . i.jirH. . ilind at . tho homu of his
uncle, Mr. M. M. .Cavauaugh, near
binning 1'riuuy, ot malarial
x'oung McGeluo had just
from MUuU&Ippi.thv day
h6iohovas ougagod ia bust-aw.
Wituebs Jordan Ylthorsdled in
tho city ot consumption Thursday
ulgbt last, aged KSyeius,
Velfat 8trct Cot. ,
Atnousr the styles for
wrap Is tho model which shows a short
Ifrmit with wUo revers, wuchllka thi
.Mjvy popular Uton.jacUot of tho j it vim
uier. luit tnttead of tho short? unsestnc
h.iuU whloh does not rcdrh tho waUl
llyu there ore long- illrcotolro
that full to the ildrt ham. A blacl
velvet vvrnn raailo In this fashion U s
(Tool Investment, for it has an olcranl
effect with comparatively llttls outlay,
us tho uliort opvn fronts can bo tnado oi
one single breadth of velvet, provided
it Is wide, and uTUoU volvet goes wall
w 1th every sort ot and color of skirt,
UlhtiLil velvets aro also used for Uisei
coat plain or in tho papular shidavt
cltectj produced by tho urderwwvbig
HERE AHD THERE.
Tftko Vltnljn atul Vtlaltn Llror Mis.
pjveusboro's.ctyy election catoo oil
Trigg county Court of Claims
Cadiz next Monday.
, Harrjr Slvloy is out again attar a
Tor; savore lit took of favor.
Corn II Cornlll
S. It. CacMniuon.
Qunrlos fc Konlts. tho Cadiz Jewel-
ore; , Diamonds, watchos and
Deputy ShorlfT Mat 8. Major has
been qulto sick for sovcral days at bis
hocibnoar tho pltjr
Dr. A. J. Knnnp, tno celebrated
optician, will bo at Dr. Young's oflico
Friday, Deo. 23, una day only
City taxos for 1802 hara boon due
sliico 1st of Juno and must bo paid.
Coll ni on co, rjay and save coats.
S. Q. DucxNsn Colloclor.
Dr.,A. I Cnmnboll. dentist, Mo-
Danlol building, up stnlrs. Operating
l'uro drugs and a fino assortment
.if drug sundries at Wakemore and
King's Comedy Company closod a
lory Successful week's, ougsgomont
ol Hies Opera Houso Saturday night.
Tho buslutss of tho LAN.it this
placo for tho month of November
shows an increase of 71.000 uvor that
of Nov. 91,
Iter. J. Mitch Earoflold.Of Coruleaii
Springs, has gouo to Kansas, ami will
movo his famlly.to that Stato at
oatly (Into. 1
It is tmtiuiotod that one-fourth of
tho Domocrnta in Webster county
will bo applicants for office undor
Todd sent hor usual number of law
breakers to Frankfort last wook, Cir
cuit Couit having just adjourned at
Firo destroyed tho Eclipao livery
stablo In Clarksvillo last Friday. The
building was owned by Mr. ItobU
Daniel and wds,valuod at $-1,000. It
was Insured for 52,000.
The Christmas Hop, which the
young mou of tho city pro
pose giviug iu honor of tho .vhutiug
ladies' during tho holidays, promises
to bo fl graud affair.
Tho llaptiot ladies have finally set-
tlo upon Tuesday, Deo. 13th for
their bazar. It will bo bald in the
Gluis corn or. to bu vacated this wook
by J. H, Anderson & Co.
Dr. W. II. Mauiru, who had a leg
broken tho night of tho Democratic
rally at. Mwdisouville, is roportod
bettor and may recover, his physicians
Thus far thoro aro only sis appli
cants for tho Guthrie
Four of these nro widows, ono a
young Isdy and tho sixth is au .old
The'Caldwull ' county graud jury
which adjotiniod lat wook, returned
69 iudictmouts. Ql these -11 worn for
violating tho prohibition law, leaving
18 to cover all other offense.
At IudlauMound, Tenn., Mrs. A.
B. Morrow was alono with her two
small children, aud falling into the
firo iu an epileptic lit was burnod to
Frank Lewis, col., was Dnod J25
and costs Saturday on a of
carrying concealed a deadly weapon,
Uolonuaul sausuou tno claim anuwas
A Jargo stock barn bolougiug to
Mr, A. O. Tyler, near Adairvillo, was
dostroyed by iiro one night last wook.
A dozen bead of valuable horses perished
in tho flames. Los? $0,000.
lf) K Howard will.lw paid to any
vt' ouoflnding aud returuiug to
tho car.o ot M. D. lelly,, a jono stone
diamond "ring, lost on tho now cross
ing ou Main Blfoet diroctly iu front of
M. D. Kelly's jewelry store.
Tobacco has been in fine .order for
handling for a wook1 past aud the
farmers hayo takou advantage of tho
time and havo been prizing a good
doal ol tho wood roady for the
Safo blowers attacked the Southern
Express Cdmpauy's safo at Nebo last
Tuesday night. ,. Tiq safe was blown
opeu but fortunately tho robbers
but little to pay' them for thoir
' Earlingtoa has a Block law.
ly ouactod, and her citizens aro warn
ed agalntt having tholr hogs, dogs
and other stock before tho police
court. Tho new law went into affect
on tho 1st inst.
Tho Honderson tobacco market
hasopoiudup qulto lively. Frices
rule at from $3 to $9 on. louf aud lugs,
and trash goes off roadily at from $1
to 12. Thoso nricos ato higher thau
they wuro Jast season for similar
grades, and the farmers are .feeling
jubilant aud urti turning It loose as
fobt as piizbd.
Tho following high testimonial to
Maj. Stanton is from tho Washington
T.c, . III7.I.UMV.I Pr.nlA.lnn .1 TH.i
.VnV lMITim, AIVQVVU, W AUUm
Henry Stanton, of Kentucky, aud
Mark Twain wore thu celebrities at
Norwood lad night. The faaturo of
the occasion wao a beautiful original
pooui dolivorod by the Kentuckiuu,
who is uenorallv xoirardu 1 at home us
Miss Aiicti Hayes has routed ot
Mrs. It. I. Martin, W dwelling' on
Ninth atreot, nud will 0on a full lino
of Millinery goods alwut January 1.
Miss Hayes has boon iu tho millinery
business in tho city before and
a handsome patronage, and
tyhou her now stock is ready for In-selection
It is safo to say that alio will
Vvlftly drop lulo lino ogaiu uud bo
inon? (be tuow su
Mm. W.'A. nickman it qullo tick
Mr, Goo., L. OtTOU is very sick with
typhoid fovor at his homo near Gra
Yesterday was County Court day.
A largo crowd was in tho city and tho
morehnuts did a good business.
Don't fall to hear Maj, Stantou at
tho Opora Hon so to-morrow night.
Uo should bo given n rousing
Mr. M. II, Carroll, of Falrviow, has
movod to tho city io llvo. Ho has
rontod tho O'llrian place, cornor
and Drown slroots,
Harrison Hamby and family who
havo boon ltvlmf eevoral yoars In Tex
as.roturned to their formor homo, near
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Era, last woe- wuoro vuoy win iivh iu
CunwaT&Co sold a lot ot fino
Oregon horses at Williamson, PTool
AGolsy's stable iu this city Saturday.
Another lot were sold yesterday by
tho samo firm.
A doublo wedding will occur at
Falrviow oro tho holidays havo patted.
It would not do to givo names just
yot, as tho guessing public would be
cut out of a job.
Mr. W. Durrett Mooro has bought
out Gorman's merchant tailoring establishment
and will ahortly occupy
tho presont stood of Thos. Rodman,
with a largoly increased 'slock. Ho
and Mr. Gorman will leave for Chi
cago and Now York tbia week to buy
Edward Itatcllffe, col., woo arrested
Thursday on a chargo of adultery. Bo-fore
tho trial camo up Katcliffo procured
a license and married Ophelia
Mason, tho woman in question. Ho
failed to appaar bofore Judgo Brown
whon tho caso was called and was
lined S1G and costs, which amount bo
will bo required lo pay.
T. G. Yates,
has a supplement in this issuo that
cannot fail to attract attontton. It
outliiios tho novel scheme Dr. Yatoa
has hit upon for pushing his business
during tho holiday season. Tho
pumpkin and tho prizes described aro
now to bo soon In his window. A
groat opportunity is offered for some
lucky guosser to secure a prize worth
Kurely do our citizens havo tho opportunity
to hoar such famous and
popular artists as will appear with
Heywood's Colobritioa next Monday
night. It is an opportunity that tho
lover ot the beautiful, tho sublimo,
aud that which elevates cau not afford
to miss, while thoso who soek a lighter
vein or tho emotional can laugh and
weep with Miss Gloason, tho queen of
Momborsot Heywood's Colobntios
havo appeared as soloists with tho following
world renowned artists: Mdlle
Albabl, Marie Itozo, Cempauiui, Mine.
Scalcb!, Sara&ato, Jules Massonoti
Sorvaise Mino. Laura
pleson, Miss Hopo Glenn (withFattl),
Ardila, (Paths musical director,
Mmo. llasto Tavary, Gell Burgess,
Paulino MonUgrifTo, Mdlle. Rhea and
others. Our peoplo can expect a
formai'co ot exceptional brilliancy.
Tbd knows tho names ot
tho floaters colonized in the Third
and Savonlh wards It knowa when
they woro nosted there and by whom
thoir "board" is boing pold. It knows
how much por week tho "board is
audit knows who is supplying tho
provisions to food some of these
vjolatorj of tho law. All ot
theso things will come out if those
floaters claim to bo bo bona fido
ot thoio wards and try to rote
On next Saturday, Deo. 10, a "Bag
Fair" will bo hold by Iho young
v- omen of the Melhoditt Church in
tbo vacant room on Ninth shoot, noxt
door to Mrs.- Hart's millinery stoxo.
They will' bo glad to havo you call
and examine tho results of their work,
and fool suro you will want to purchase
soniu of tho useful and
"Bags" in their collection.
Lunch will bo served In the same
room at any time after 12 o'clock.
Coffjo or chocolato and sandwich,
J5o; full lunch 25c. -
The Council will appoint election
officers to-night aud lot us hopo that
good and true mon may be selected,
who will sea that no fraudulent votes
are cast noxt Saturday," There must
bo no monkeying with this olectlon.
Let tho Council furthermore authorizo
tho appointmeut of enough special
policemen to prevent such brawls as
wero soon in tho Seventh ward last
year, With this precaution taken
and the officers instructed to conduct
tho oloctionaa is required by the new
law and keep tho crowds fiftyfoot
from tho polls, there will bo a qulot,
orderly and honest olectlon, in which
ovory qualified voter cau vote as he
Hon. Chas. Offutt, of Oaiaha,x.
speaker of the Kontucky House, will
be married Deo. 22, to Mia Bortlm
Clark Yost? ot Omaha.
Tool-Lloid l'otor Tool of Crofton,
aud Miaj Lena Lloyd, ot Caldwell
county, woro married at tho home
of tbo brido's parents Nov. 27, Iter, T.
and Mlsa Nollla Old wall, of
Logau county, wero married in the
patlori of the Northlogton IIouso,
Clarksvillo, Tonu., Friday, Ilor, F. A.
Coyoe, a prosperous youug South
Christian former, and Miss Salllo
Knight, daughter of Urn. IL E,
Knight, o! Church Hill, will bo Uuttod
in mwriagfl iw, i, n o p. w. m xib
Bond-Gilliam Alt. J M. Bond
and Miss Essie Gilliam, of 1'co l)oo,
olonotl to Clarksvillo and wero mndo!
ono. Tho pair claimed they woro not
compollod toclopo, buldkl bo bocnuso
thoy wished to partako of a littlo romance
and enjoy it novoltlos.
Mr. HnmpUm Fox,
(oachor of stenography nt the Mndl
sonvllle Collogo, aud Mls Emma
Harry, daughter of Mr. T, J. Harry,
of this city, elopod to Springfield last
Thursday afternoon and wero
riod. Tho couple passed through
this city Thursday night ou tholr way
to Eorllngton whoro tliuy spent n day
or two boforo going to Madlsonvlllo,
their, futuro home. Miss Harry was
.i I I i !, r
avouvtiumvi un lyinj.YiHui tur
Judgo Joo McCorroll fpr somo tlmo
and ia a very intelligent and popular
U. p. Rlddlo to Mary K. Knight.
E.W.Cattortoitrs. Rhoda Nich
Vf. R. Jordan lo Mary E, Smith.
R, W. Mason to Hoster E. Whito.
J. W. Baroflold to Annie Croft.
A Child Enjoys
Tho pleasant flavor, gontlo action nnd
toothing Direct or byrup ol lags,
whon in need of n laxative, and If tho
father or mother bo cos tho or bilious,
tbo most gratifying rosults follow its
usof so that it is tho best family
known and every family should
havo a bottle.
Tho I. W. Harper is tho finest
flavored whiskey on earth.
Used in moderation, it is n suro spe
cific for indigestion, for gonoral debility,
for Insomnia, for uieutal depress
J. W. Smith and W. R. Long, Hop-
Full line just in.
Take your prescriptions
to COOK & Co.'s
and have them filled
with fresh pure drug?.
Ono small red Jorsoy cow. A suit
able reward for her return to mo.
J. II. MORRIS.
Hopkins rillo, Ky.
berland Triumph and
other varieties for sale
at50ts per 100.
Mrs. Cortez Leavell.
For November 1S92, just out. A
samplo copy sent freolo any one. Ad-dross
CATHER & SONS.
Tho Durrett homestead, with 2
acres of land, elegant two-story
iu first-class condition; orchard
and outbuildings. This is ono of the
most beautiful and dosirablo plocos
In Hopklnsville. Possession given
January 1, 1893, uid waut to soil before
that tlmo. Apply to
W. 1. UINFREE.
Adm'r R. Durrett, doo'd.
Docoraber b, 1892.
I' mi. n ami n.
MONDAY, DECEMBER, 12.
THIS 1IU1UIIT MUIITS IH
OPERA.COMEDlf nnd CONCERT.
Tlie Great I'oIUIiVIoIIdU.
Vlii EllnUth QltHon,
llamoruniamt Driiuatlo Imiicrianator
Tbo Kanioui Camponcr Slut I'0uUr Tenor Vo-
HU Brill Salltr,
E. 1, Oeitoirttr,
. Tin Ureal Ki tneh CofDcllil,
Ulii Htarbtta Zlmntraii,
CrntUt, pliflni! I'ucU vrlth Mr, Coutourltr,
Sola I'Uiilit anil Acconii.anlat,
PKIOK8 1. TOO nml OOo.
I havo Just returned from tho K
ami think I can show you 0119 of tho
prettiest stocks of Dnxss Goons, Notions,
Household Qoqtis, Diurnius,
Linkk Novelties ami Kali.
Wiutra over opened iu this market.
A full lino of Ituas and
On. Cloths, Strlbloy's Latlloa' aud
lUio' Fine Shoes. A splendid lluo
of Ulaukcts, Underwear of all kinds
Etc., Etc All of tho abovo havo boon
bought for CASH, and I don't lntoud
to bo undersold by any ono. 1'lcaio
glyo mo a call.
THE SENSATION OF THE TOW!
It's on. Hilps.
How Is It that LU'SCOM'B&OENTKtliiro lending the town In first clans goods and low irici7 Cheap
rents and "git up nud git" oro at tho bottom or It. Iktiunlug next Friday ulghl nud iasliug onu wook wo will split
tho bottom widn opou aud roduco our stock New hhIh jut in
JG.00 for beautiful Novelty Suits,
eatly price 110.00
0 W) forlioautlful Novelty Suits, Mot-
tlml nir.n't. north ir.(.)
1 15o i0 n, miici Scrtf0) cotiv 1)rico 7Go
1 COc allk flnlah Ilonrielta.
Clown Iroin t)0o
80o 10-in. all wool suiting,
ICo all wcol suiting,
down from CCo
2Go all silk Surah, down from 10c
brocadod Sotlne In red, pink
nnd blue, worth $1.00
10c 33 inch French Fercalrs,
down from 15o
10c 33-inch Satin Chovroflne,
down from - 15o
7Jo French Ginghams, down from 10c
3Ta for plain Eiderdown,
down from v. - 50o
6Cc for fancy Eiderdown,
down Irom i bo
I will sell lo tho highest bidder at
my farm ono mile west of Nowstead,
Kv.. on Thursday. Doc. 15. all mv
personal proporty, consisting of horses,
mules, hotrs, cattle, bar. com, farm-
lua imnlemonts, household and kitch
en furniture, otc. Terms mado known
on day of bale W. F. COX.
Doc. 1, 1892. D15,
Rend tho follow lug and saw monoy
and get thu best,
Inlaid In tho backs
PLATED TOUR TIMES
AS HEAVY AS
ToWonr 25 Years.
.tt ust i tirmit.
HALF THE COST.
UACH ARTICLE IS STAMPED
"LHltUMBUIl 1. 1'"
A wrlten will U. yht.i vrllb rarl
vet tolil by
M. D. KELLEY,
Who Uvilo ritt fm tliCavO RiKvl In
ni.'t hIwj keep thr 11 tnakr of the
The Solid Silver. .
Call aud oxamino samples of the
alxro goods and avoid buyiug goods
that aro beinir misrepresented to vou
Now Is tho time to begin
work on that Catarrh, Bronchitis.
bon't wait until tho cold,
hard wiutor is on you.
Wo can oflor you a pleasant
and certain remedy, aud
if you will call to see our
agent ho will givo you a trial
Write for our manual
iug'full particulars and many
Specific Oxygen Co
W. B. Foulks, Agent.
3t for rul KUi.nt 1, dovMi from 20c
10V " " ' . " 221c
20c " " " " " 2ij'
lo for a pupor of pins, full count,
lo for box hair plus, worth 3c
lc fur a meol lilinl)l'. worth fio
loforrubbsr hair pins, woi lb 3o
3c for box black dress plus, woi'th Co
4o for a yard clmllcj worth Cc
10c for a set shields, worth 20c
4o fOr binding, braid, worth Go
3c doz. for waxh buttons, worth 10c
2c for ntckul chrochvt uw dies, " Cc
5c doz. cut tailor buttout, worth 15c
5o doz nihtal buttons, worth 10c
3o set knitting pins, worth 5o
3o yard belting, sold for 10c
3c for 3 yds. bone caging worth 10c
10a Children's all wool hoods, wth20
8o for a box linn and onvel
oih"s, worth 15c
Cca yd. nilk veiling, worth 10c
7c a hank Saxony wools, worth 10c
5c n ard Hilk wurlli KKi
Reaaw Yam Subscription law
for; io:t TO 'XTIE
10c a imported Saxony, worth 20o
Jc hk. IVacher's Mill yarn, " 5o
2o ii pnper safety pins, worth 5c
3o a pspor satnly pliiri, north 10c
5c ouch turklrtli bath wnrlli 10c
5c sach tor all linen towolfl, worth Ho
20o for Mltses Jersey ribbed Vests,
worth - 30o
25c for Ladies' Jersey rlbbod Vests.
25c for Lndios Merino riblwd Vests,
worth - 33o
fHo for a good pair ot Kid Gloves,
99c for tho bent kid glovo innilo,
tor - $1.25
35c for Ladies' driving gloves, kid
with fur top, worth 75o and $1
All our brst calicoes will go in this
solo nt 5c.
10 1 all wool Blankets f 2 25,
first class, worth $100
Ninth and Clay,
Near the L.&N Depot
And look at the handsome line of new Fall
Coods and Elegant New Carpets just
.y received. Unequaled in the city
KoHday Excursion Hates
New wit News and Mississippi
One nnd une third faro for tho rouud
AH Stntioif ou the
Newport News and Mississippi
LOUIiVII.I K, ll.HIS.NAli, I.V AN.lVIU.K
uml I'oiuIh North and Eafit.
and to MumpliU nnd Points South.
Jl. Ut. ulllU.i.1
2!l, 'IA, '&, 'M mid .11, 1892,
Jiniiiirj 1 aud 2, 1893.
GixhI for iwiuru uulil Jauiniry 4th.
1893. Tor funhor infurmslion, ap
ply lo tlin iiiro.t lick.'t unnt of tho
Newport Now. u'id Miatiosippi Valley
Company. T, 11. Ltscii,
L. V, biv, Aa.t. U.n. l'aas. AgU
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WHERE SHALL I BUY MY DRESS?
Where you can find the greatest variety' to select irom. If this
is your opinion, and certainly it is, we desire to say .
but como direct, to us Our line is superb, embracing everyt noyelty
of the srwason. It's certainly worth your time to call and ldt us show
vou ou unequaled line. Hats, made to match any costume, just
received on consignment. A large line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Cloaks, at Prices iibver before offered in this city. Remember
those who come first are more apt to find what they want and
to get a fit. Very Respectfully,
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The election is over,
all but the counting
and shouting. Some of
us are suited and some
Come to see us when you want anything
ia ) i line from a taok to a Saw-mill, fom a
Horse-shoe Nail to a MOGUL WAGON,
f om a loaded shell to a CAR LOAD Or
THE BEST COAL IN TOWN and you will
all be suited.
FORBES & BRO.
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RICHARDS, & CO.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
In Men's and Boys', all the in single and D.
B. Sacks which we will place on
aud close them out at
ThiaS will giAe those who have nor, y tt purchased a chance to buy
THE LATEST STYLE SUIT OH OVERCOAT AT
WflN'T LAST LONG COME EARLY.
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