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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891112101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BREGKENRIDGE s"c:xJE3av:E3as'x,. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1891. -- k Smss j , jcsroausuraas-iiT- - v. tr j. LAMP EPARTIVI ENT O-o-o- d -- Greater, grander, cheaper, than ever. Scoring another signal success for us as Leaders in the arena of Iine AT IaOW .PRICES, , & li: Representing a grade of moderate priced Lamps without peer in character, The Crowned without rival in price, without competitor in quality. Monarchs of m LAMP IRETO IllPSf OVfcp VASAMP Our line of original shapes and chaste Decorations will prove a departure and relief from the unvarying character of those heretofore placed on this market. Our assortments are simply superb. BANQUET LAMPS are the rage and have superseded the modern Piano Lamp. Artistic and FINE ART VASE LAMPS. STANLEY HALL LAMP. LIBRARY or HANGING LAMPS with Decorated Founts and Shades to match. We cordially invite an inspection arid com- x parison of prices. tft"H . t SULZER'S. SANTA GLAUS will be here splendor at our Establishment. in all his Look out for him. X-m- as 8P S V Breokenridge News Supplement. Clerer Stenllncr. An elegantly dressed woman lately entered a Paris jeweler's felwp and asked to iiee somo valnablo gold pins. While sho SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1891. was examining them a man began playing a barrel organ before tho door. Tho know that you are spend-in- g tnuslo seemed to annoy the lady, and Do you only a very small percentage stepping to tho door a pieco of amount of business you are money to the man and told him to go on the away, which ho did at once. doing on advertising ? Look it up On returning to tho counter she said and you will be surprised. that none of the pins suited her, but that as somo compensation for tho trouble sho would buy a brooch. Sho" had given, does not pay to experiment accordingly she chose one, paid ten francs with various advertising schemes. for it, and was leaving the shop when tho Use the newspaper and nothing jeweler missed a diamond pin of great value from among tlioso else, and every dollar you so ex- examing. He accordingly sho had been stopped his pend will bring you handsome customer, who seemed highly indignant, and insisted on tho jeweler's wfe search, , ing her, which was done, but no pin was found. LODIBURG. The jeweler sent his sister to watch the woman, who was seen to enter anMr. Henry Vetera is visiting Mr. John other jeweler's shop, and was pretending ' vvto make a purchase when the organ grindAvitt. as ho As Hurrah for the one that can catch tho er made his appearance. threw soon some began playing she again him most 'possums. money and ordered him to movo on, but Mr, A. M. Hardin returned from the person who was watching her pern ceived that with the money she had JCvaDBvlllo last week. These fugitives met many the man a piece of jewelry. This was Argabright's school house has The at once made known to the police, who in been treated to a new ceiling. arrested both, and found on the man sev- vicissitudes Mr. Frank Hardest)- and Miss Nora eral articles of stolen jewelry, Paris through Georgia" on their Figaro. Squires were married tho 10th. own hook. Read their advenat Mrs. A Woman Hurled by Tiro Husbands. The young people had a party Somo years since a young woman Friday night. Susan Cart's on last in our new serial, named Gardiner married in Scotland a tures There was a spelling match at Ray- man named Zadrean. They quarreled mond's school houso last Friday night. and separated, and tho woman afterward Never mind Union Star, wo know married a man named Smith. But a what Miss'D came to Lodiburg for last short time elapsed before separation took place in this case also, and a third marweek. riage was contracted with a man named drumMr. A. Putschko, who has been Bowhill. The parties, however, did not By Major Alfred R. Calhoun. ming for tho past two weeks, is at homo reside long together, the woman from will be Illustrated and ' that time forward living alone. Tuesfor a short time. day she poisoned herself, tho body being Copyrighted. Mrs. Fannie B.isham and her sister, Watch for it. found in bed the next morning. Miss Bettib Dowcll, aro visiting their At tho coroner's inquest, when a verbrother, Win. Dowcll. dict to that effect was returned, it wan Louisville, SI Louis & Texas R. R, Co. Mr. Caleb Brown, of Concordia, passed stated that Zadrean had not been found, but Smith and Bowhill were in attendasro- through our little burg last Tuesday ance. The latter produced his certi for Cannelton, Ind. of marriage and claimed the cerMr. and Mrs. Nelson Claycomb, who tificate of death. After discussion a Taklnir ICffeot have been visiting relatives heio, return- compromise was. arrived at, Smith tak- At StOO o'clck A. H, Wednezday July 29. '91 ing the coroner's certificate, and the two ed to their home at Irvington. IFVil Bound Traint Eait Bound Train. Mr. Gibson and wife returned from men agreeing to share tho cost of the 53 l they have funeral, while it was arranged to bury Mall & Mull A Tuscola, 111., last week, where the woman in tho namo of Zadrean, Expr's Expr' Expr's Expr'. STATIONS visiting for tho past two weeks. been alias Smith, alias Bowhill. London Dally Dally Dally Dally Standard. Sulzer's Tailoring Department. 1 , Breckenridge News. she-thre- iKwi', $$ ', Z "We IDOrL't Sell w ZB"u.t UNDEuWEAR "we 3Do Sell It s. MBNS' AND LOTS OF ITL Hard Road to Travel. iv-o- "Marching it is very essential to your good health to provide yourself with warm comfortable Do you know uN IV A Prisoner of War D E .(' R It :i 1$ wE A en-rou- te TIME SCHEDULE is. R To keep out Mr. J. II. Hunsche, tho Foreman of our Tailoring Department will visit every Friday of each week. Ho will carry with him a full lino of Samples representing our Stock of Piece Goods, which comprises all tho desirable Standard and FancyStyles introduced this season. He will bo pleased to meet you at above place and date and receivo your odrer. Respectfully, S. L. Sui.zEn. Yellow Flowers llrliiff III Luck. Hitylng Ciml. Clo-verpo- rt, Actors have a queer superstition about flowers, and will not wear them. While at Dr. Todd's booth at tho fair grounds Miss Marie Greenwood saw Borne yellow flowers, and after admiring them asked for them. Mr. Guibertson, her leading man, was present and begged her not to take them, saying they would purely bring her 111 luck. A laugh was indulged in at his expenso and she took tho yellow flowers. In an hour the opera house was in ashes, and Miss Greenwood's ill luck had cost her $7,500. The flowers got in their work. Owensboro (Ky.) Register. A Sun Inland Nine Vent Across. Householders who may never have acquired the habit of laying in a winter's supply of coal in summer or fall, and whoso regrets for falling to do so are heard with the regularity of the annual advent of cold weather, may stop repining. It Is true economy to buy little coal at a time. Coal men will tell you that this fuel rapidly loses in quality. The gases pass off by exposure or something of that kind, and witjti them the heating power diminishes. There is one thing, however, that is a necessity in making tho most of this kind of thrift. The coal bought in small quantities should be taken from fresh shipments. There is no profit in buying coal that may have lain for weeks in a yard. It should couie fresh from the cars in order to get tho best bervice out of It. New York Times. Gluts 025pm 0 40 7 20 7 24 7 47 7 Main 800 Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar Kentucky St. 8 41 8 4.5 767 8 07 811 8 37 8 47 900 9 US 817 827 8 55 9Ufi 9 11 9 21 9 25 9 30 9 46 917 9 21 9 28 9 34 9 44 952 10 U0 10 IU Howard Itock Haven Lonff Branch Hrandenburjr Meade Spring! Ekron ' Gustnn Irvlnjrton Webster Lodiburg Pierce Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Sklllman Hawesvllle 1'ctrte Falcon Cayce Lewlsport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlnifton SnoUsvllle 'flasketts SLK.ple Westl'olnt 00 12 45 12 C5 9 OSpir 8 50 l'iUipm 1145am 1138 11291 8(6 . 8 62 7 47 7 40 731 27 23 IS 55 6 4S 6 40 6 31 7 7 7 6 1125 11 19 11 02 10 M U It 1045 10 S3 951 10 01 1010 1018 10 24 10 28 rilling fur Teeth. 1034 1152-- m 1060 12 07pm 1102 1216 1111 12 2; 1121 12 3U 1131 1246 1140 1165 1205pm 111 1220irn 125pm ar.HendeVVn 1015 1023 1027 1030 1041 1050 1100 1111 1118 1121 1129 1135 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 618 613 610 563 S40 6 30 5 22 5 67 626 the cold of winte Have you bought it yet ? If yoi haven't, it is high time you wer looking after it. Winter is her and so are we, with a very ham some stock. All grades and a sizes. 957 9 41 9 33 9 20 9 20 915 851 515 4 48 4 35 4 25 9(W 8 37 60" 511 8 27 815 8 05 7 65 7 37 7 29 ltl lv 715m 4 0'. 3 66 3 37 3 29 3 15-- 413 E. C. JNO. D. BABBAGE J Barrage, Manager. ship Cambrian Monarch, reports having passed within half a mile of a pinnacle rook, showing about seven feet above the water, in latitude 29 degs. 2 sees, north, longitude 187 degs. 09 sees. west. No Bouudlngs were taken and no discolored water was seen except close to tho rock. The sea was smooth, and from the topsail yard the rock appeared to be about nine feet in diameter at tho water's edge, but much larger under tho water. Captain Richards says he is sure that it was not a floating object. Philadelphia Record. Captain John Richards, of tho British Persons who object to theconspicuous-nes- s LoulsviMefHardinsburg &. Western R. R. LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, of gold filling when it is placed in the front teeth may now have their denTHOKOUGHLY RENOVATED AND No. 2 TIME TABLE. tists use a substance which resembles Bates $2.50 Per Say. the teeth so closely in color that its pres- TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1391. Cor. Jefferson,' Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Ho- ti ence can be detected only by a close and West Bound Trains East Bound Trains careful examination. This now filling Is Dally Dally LOUISVILLE, KY. Dally Dally a kind bf glass and is the invention of a ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun, ex Sun "W. R. LOGAN, Manager No. 2 No. 6 German. It was put on the market only No.5 No.l A. W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerka. 11 Shin Lv Irvlnjjton Ar 931im ago, hut it has been used a short tiino fr 8 35 12 10pm Garfield enough to prove that tho Idea is a capi12 25 Hurried 815 12 42 7 60 Ilardlnsbure tal one. Tho glass comes In tho form of Kirk 118 715 a sand, which is made of nine different Jolly 130 7.05 644 Glendeane 14S tints. These hues range from a bright Dempster 6 34 155 white through various yellows to a kind 215pm nr Fnllslloughlv 014am 6 51 Kockvale 250 of pale pink. Generally a set of teetli Uuth 302 529 will have about the color of one of ten 5 21 314 Atkins Oaks 3 29 500 kinds of sand, but to have tho two ex400pm ArPnnlsvillel.v 445am actly tho same it may bo necessary to mix two shades. New York Tribuno. TWM WIMiA! IMPROVE riu)il CiirilH During tliu Service. There is great excitement at Wingato, Ind., over tho arrest of n young man and a young woman for playing "seven up" at a meetiug in tho Christian church on Sunday- evening. Adolphus Ochletreo and Miss Mary Prudy aro lovers, und went to church together that ovenlug. Not enjoying tho prayers and songs, Adolphus tore the hacks off a number of binging books and manufactured a deck of cards on the spot. Tho young people then played "seven up." They wero arrested and fined, both pleading guilty. Cor. Chicago News. - this ho brought suit against the company for $10,000 damages. Judge Goodman, In tho circuit court, sustained a demurrer to the evidenco of tho plaintiff. An appeal will bo takon to tho supremo court. Cor. St. Louis Republic. Bargains in curtain poles and window shades at Babbage's, Uiiiuuee Asked for Taking Cold. John II. Taylor, of Nashville, Ind., while traveling on the Wabash railway from St. Louis to Stanberry in October, 1889, contracted a cold through the negll-genc- o of the railroad company in not having tho car properly heated. The cold culminated iu an attack of rheumatism, which has crippled him for life. For . I I 11 i: TT-0V- , GET THE BEST. rm V iTiTiBMnH lr Tho Best is good enough for tliig discriminating child, Tho Best is gj enough for, tho man who respects himself and loves his family. Such a man! ways wants tho Best Groceries, and huya them of knowing that ho always keeps tho Best that tho market affords anil rctalleVtlieiij propor prices. :r,. :h. :&oo:r:m:.a.:n Breckenridge News Supplement. Breckenridge News. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1891. What People are Doing and Talking About. In n Gnu Clly of Natural TwoThoimauiI SoilW. to Louisville R.R. Pierce went yesterday. E. IT. Mnrcilliat was in town Wednesday. Prof. Biowu'3 Hew house begins to loom up., Chas. Martin has sold his groc ery to F. Scifried. Prof. Roe is having his house re paired and papered. went to Miss Ella Goodson Irvington yesterday. Stone and family passed up on the train yesterday. Mrs. H. V. Duncan wen to Louis- IvilleWcdnesday nlghj. vf J. Burke, of the machine shops, is on the sick list. Bro. Brandon will preach at Holt and here at night. Mrs. G. M. Barkley, of Stephens- port, wus in the city yesterday. Miss Nannie Foote and Mr. Sam Gross, of Bcwleyville, were married last Sunday. Taylor Atwood was elected poor louse keeper by the Court of Claims this week. Mr. Winchester is here to shoot he citizens gas well. He thinks le will get ready Mrs. R. R, Pierce has. been quite ,tck for the past ten days. She ,vas improving yesterday. A "tacky" party was given in Fisher's Hall Thursday night. It ,at a very delightful aflair. Mr. C. Amment was called to lizabethtown yesterday on ac :ount of the illness of his mother. Mr. Barrv is grading his lot. lie vill inclose it with a neat fence, nd pave the sidewalks with brick. The city treasurer paid off this veek $1,500 worth of school bonds his leaves a balance yet due of $3,T.-to-da- The Breckenridge Company are now using gondola cars for shipping their coal in the place of box cars. They put a heavy coat of white-wasover the top layer in every car to prevent stealing. Mr. R. L. Tenny, of Evansville, Ind., and Miss Bettic Reading, of Hawesvillc, were married last Wednesday at the residence of Judge R. Y. Bush in Hawesvillc. II. B. Brooks, ticket agent for the Texas railroad at Owensboro is short in his accounts $200, and has left the town. It is said that he spent his money on bad women. This town is getting considerably worked up over spirtualism. There arc several stiong converts to the causa and any number of mediums. Seances are being held nearly every night and everybody's talking about it. Bohler & Swigert have opened up a shoe shop in the front room of M. Hamman's furniture store on the north side of Wall street. Mr. s Swigert will attend to Mr. furniture business in connect-tiowith his own. Mr. E. P. McAdams has resigned his position as deputy collector under Mr, Feland, to accept a position with M. V. Monarch & Co., 'Owensboro, to travel for the sale of their whiskey. His successor has not yet been named. Mr. "Win. Foor, of Owensboro, it is said will take charge of- - the Grand Hotel, Indianapolis. Mr. Foor is a fine hotel man and a splendid gentleman, a.iy where you find him. He is largely identified with our brick industries here. Sam. McAdams, of Hawesvillc, has bought already 150,000 pounds of tobacco. IIe runs four houses h Ham-man'n Ask ttiT ngentsi for t ! Ilnuglna Shoes. If not for snle In roar plnce nsk your denier to send for cntalomie, sccuro the agency, and set them for you. OT TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. -- U GREAT OF- tinii urn -- " 9BL, ,'!'! 1 Clearance Sale hi M MiniiH THE It Is a seamless sqm, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet; mado of the best Una calf, stylish and easy, and because tee make more ehoee of thte grade than any other manufacturer. It equals hand sewed shoes costing from $1.1)0 to $3.00. tbo finest calf ffiC OOdcnuIno PwJa shoe ever offered for (3 Out equals French Imported shoes which cost from t3i)l to eU.00. d IVelt Hlior, fine calf, (HA 00 JJ stylish, comfortable and durable. The best shoo ever offered at this price i same grade as custoshoes costing from J8.0O to 9JU0. (SO 30 1'ollco Shoot Farmers, fRailroad Men Pwi nndLetterCarrlersallwesrthcmi lluecalf, seamless, smooth Inside, tieary tbreo soles, extension edKo. One pair will wear ayear. SCO 50 flno cnlft no better shoe erer offered at Utetmm this price t one trial will convince those who want a suoo for comfort and service. Workliiamnnn who CO U3 and 8'i.00 and durable. Thoso shoes Pstaa are very strong have given them a trial will wear no other make. are 81.7.1 where; theyscll worn the DUjD Svt.00bynnd boyscveryschool shoes on their merits, as the Increasing sales show. shoe, best I orlinc&l.OO Ilnnd-sewe- d knUICD Dongola, verstyllsbtequalsFrench Imported shoes costing from $4.00 to 88.U). 1, miles U.30. Bi.OO nnd Sl.7.1 shoo for MImci are the best fine Uongolo, Ktyllsh and durable. C'nullon. See that W, L. Douglas' name and price aro stampeel on the lottom of each shoo. lluml-soweil, llnntl-Sowem-made W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? WkjK FOR vl .r-ttt- M Mmkiii&L FORT.v AW..T""S'Js. 'UUIw WHY IS THE .Humid mi' ttiii mi nun umi ii it iii MtiMU iii nut ii mutt mi rimtiiiiiiiu.Mi i. i i CLOTHING linn i ii ' tifiiuimmiiit it ammi t iui"iMi:inTt i ii ir ttm ut it itiimiii m i iu 'inn iittn u i if i n mi i In order to reduce our stock, will make we Qnve POR BALB BY BOWMER ' &. W. L. DOUGLAS, Ilrockton, Mass. .ssyI To Advertisers CLOVERPORT KY. HAMBLETON In all lines of Clothing this week. We intend to add a new line of goods and If you wish nnd need Instruction, 3cnd ono dollar for our "Book for Advertisers." A little study of that book will enable you to decide what you ought to do, and glvu an Idea of tuo probable cost. to advertise in order to do this must reduce our stock. Cut prices on all Goods to-d- ay. If you iijstruci uj v to place a certain amount of advertising foe you in the way wo think will do you tlio most Rood, yon should send an explicit statement ot what you wish to accomplish, and make suitable arrangements for payment. Your order will then receive all tbo attention that it requires. ' in HawesvUIe and one in Pellville. He made big money on his last year's purchase and is one of the best judges of the weed in all this section. Here's hoping he may strike it rch this year. If you wisb m? 2vdvcrti5?rrjcnt -- : For flue leek -- Only:- $7.50 2.00 1.00 prepared and a plan of advertising marked out ; to bo told what papers lin fra linn altntit4 iaa nirl nvlin will be, wo will furnish the advertisement and the plan either or both, and submit them for your together with our bill for mo service. Put of Till January. The Court of Claims adjourned yesterday. The bridge matter in this city was put' oft until the January term, on account of' there being no estimates of the cost be00. con- - fore the court. The court we unRev. W. B. Godby, who is inclined to act favorable ucted a meeting here several years derstand in in the case and there will be no Uo, is now holding a meeting trouble about it next January. wofisboro. - For preparing advcrtiscrofrjt?t electrotypes and estimates tbo advertiser pays us. For tho expenso of placing advertisements nnd watching the fulfillment of contracts wo are paid by a commission allowed by tho publisher of the paper la which tho udvcrtlsomcnt appeurs. nil tho Ins and outs of advertising without any cost or trouble, rend PiiiNTKns' Ink regularly, enref ully, studiously; Issued weekly, $4 a year. If you wish a comploto cataloguo of all newspapers, send 85 for the American Newspaper Directory. For any further information address - Fine all Wool Suits worth $10.00 price for the week Overcoats worth S5.0C for week u $1.50 Brogan Shoes worth $1.25 u Shoes " 75 35 45 35 15 Dr, J. T. Owen raised a pumpkin his garden that measured six feet ,und. The Doctor thinks very :v can beat it. Mr. Wolfsonlias sold out his in- rest in the Cloverport Cigar Com- my and gone to Cannelton where will ooen un again. Chris Swigert was called to uisville yesterday on account ot je illness of Phil Gregory's little y, who is not expected to live. Mrs. T. M. Leneave, Spring ill, Tenn., is visiting her d mother, Mr. and Mrs. iglish. She is delighted and Kljld Corsets, nro Ked Flannel Undershirts worth 60c for week ' Men' Gloves worth 75c - - - for YOU WANT ONE GEO. P. ROWELL. 6- C., Men's Neckwear 50 for Newspaper Advertising Bureau, or THE CELEBRATED Men's Neckwear 25 for JACKSON CORSET WAISTS. Jeans Pants, Old Kentucky Jeans A Prisoner of War. Jackson CorsotCo. Best made, worth $1.25 - for Major Alfred R. Calhoun Boy's Suits wort $1.50 AfllFQ who t. to Stiff -- If you want to lean? 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. MADS ONLY BY TMC 95 1.15 JACHION, MICH. I prefer-no-t ironr jfK father II. S. with They nro approved by pliyjlclnm, endorsed by dress makers, and by rvcry luily Unit bus worn Hum. G2HD JOlt CIHCULAIt. f recites his experiences in a southern prison and tells of1 his escape and marvelous jour- ney through Georgia to the Union lines. Everything gos at half price for One Week Only. r new home. he Owensboro Inquirer quotes cs of tobacco in that city as fol- 1. ; krs, V z : Leaf from .14 gs from ! 1.10 to $6.40; Trash m 25 to sjii. he Blythe Bros., arc about to their farm to the county for a Lr house farm. In case they sell y will move here and go into mercantile business. ,Iiss Lida Shallcross, of Hawes- L passed up on the train Wed- fav for the pine regions of 3n?i4.whcrc she goes to spend whiter for her health. E. B. OSBORN, Southern Agont, 60 RICHARD80N BLOCK) Vsmvmar Wanted. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. THIS ABSORBING to'.as W$ aol l!faWLr5 AGEHCYJbr STORY Will appear in serial form in Illustrated these columns. and Copyrighted. A riUSONEIt OP WAR. This absorbing tale shoicstliat "Truth is stranger than flction." It is one of the most interesting stories ever published. Head it in thisjaper. m CLOVERPORT. KY. j (TEND andab- - A pamphlet of Information raci ui ins lawi.fuowiug now to. udikiu I'flieuis, isTettis. nnaei siiarm, wopjrwuis, $tni Jtu.. OO.y .kilt riunn Uroitdway. new l.rlt. ,. Every $2.00 purchase entitles the buyer to a guess at our $22.50. Dresser. -- s Breckenridgb News Supplement. Mplfcv m IP wwsua i rvjN:jfinsan tHi mi k Tho man HATS r -- -" "who wears ono of fine on Dress Goods and have drawn our prices down to a finer point than ever before, and are determined to give the public a benefit as far as Dress Goods go. All the late Novelties now adapted to our choice stock of Styles. 1 1 "i:,tf Drawing it our HATS can hold his head up in Wo prido ourany community. selves in having tho largest, most complete and mest select lino of -. .- HATS v In tho City. All the latest fe V ft y 1 1 5 J shapes for Men, Boys and Children ' And best of all Prices right. ' , )p ' ' . "No price is fair, unless quality is there." I In Shoes we are of course still s HOES in , k ', the lead, our stock being larger and more manu-facture- rs complete than ever before. The fact of this stock being bought from the leading of the country, at spot Cash figures, certainly puts us on the Ground Floor in the way of prices. Quality up, Prices down. iVf GROGBRIBS Z Jib & aa V !." j, t' 4 ., .,. ;y 3 , 4-- , Mt . We have all the New Goods of Now Rico, Now Hominy, SL"7"E1 TUB just the Season, ' ZDOI-i:Li.A.:R,: ; - S- "a.t. i. f received Cheeso, NowPickles, Now Kraut, Now Oat Meal, New Prunes, Now Currants, New Buckwheat Flour, Now Graham Flour, A full line canned Vegetables, Fresh Figs, Fresh Raisins, California layers. Frosh Seedless Raisins, Fresh Minco Meat. Now Preserves, New Canned Fruits in ehdless Variety. . A 1 . " DRINKS Mocha Coffecr, Macaroni, Maplo Syrup, N. 0. Open Kettle Molasses, Sorghums and Syrups, Co'd Fish. Java Coffee, Rio Coffee, A blend of tho three above1 named makes a delightful drink. Tea, FreBh Cocoa, Chocolate. YEST'S All the Staple' Groceries ait "Wholesale Prices. CLOVEKPOET, ET.