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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891120201_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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. DON'T EXPECT iiiikIi from jour .uhcrtlsc-trm- t One fcullct never conquer-ai- l army. Keep (liuotlnj; mi away through the columns ul the Ion .NUfV'H. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEKPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1891. BILL NYE AS A On this piper and sec how you lanJ. This Is not put in the shitpe nf a dun, lor we.don't need we owe money, but the fellow dn. nnd we'd like In satlslv them. Eiamlno the LnbI i VOL XVI. JUSTICE. NO. 19. i$ Marriage Terribly Irrevocable. . s EVERY iMONTH Shows a gratifying incrcasa in tho amount of Exchange and Custom work wo arc doing, and An Account of n lluiimrkntile MHrrlnge Ceremony In it Wild Country. I forgot to wiy that the office of jttstko of the peace whs not u Biiltiried oue, but dependent upon fees, the county furnish- A llttlo while ago I ''interviewed" tho father of ono daughter, and sho passing fair, on this vexed and vexatious point. COOK STOVES. No. 7, EVERY DAY Brings encouraging words from our customers They" invariably Bay ' Give me some more of the same kind' And that is what wo are' doing fust tried as possible. If you havc-no- t us, do so at once, and supply yourself with tho Best Flouk and -:- -:-- -:- -:- - - Meal t We Manufactured in tho state. servo you promptly any day in the week. If you want to buy Flour or Meal, send us your orders. Prices quoted on application. Respectfully, MINN MILLIRG CO., IRVINGTON, KY. His Rooms Crowded. Evorybody Satisfied, and Many Praise Him. I w ll ; DR. D. BEA, ing only the copy of tho revised statutes and a woolsack, slightly and prematurely bald. So while I whs called Judge Nye, and frequently mentioned In tho papers with great consideration. I was out of coal about half the time, and once could not mall my letters for threo weeks because 1 did not have the necessary post-agEVlcnds in the eastern btates may possibly recall the time when my correspondence, from sumo unknown cause, seemed to flng. That was tho time. Of course I could hove borrowed tho moiiby, but I had, and still have, a foolish horror of borrowing money. I did uot mind running an account, butI hated to borrow. The Brst business that 1 had was a marriage ceremony. 1 met the groom on tho street Ho asked me if I could marry limited people. I said that I could to extent. He said that ho wanted to get married. I asked him to Becuro the victim, and I would get the other ingredients, lie then wished to know where It occurred to me at that my office-was- . moment that there was no lire in tho stove; also, no coal: also, that tho west half of tho stove had fallen In during the night. So I said that I would marry them at their hMno. He maintained that his homo was over eighty miles away and that it would consume too much time to go there. "Whore aro you stopping at? I inquiredusing tho Piko county style of syntax In order to show that I was ona of tho people. "Well, wo met hero, squire. She como in on the Last Ciiance stage, nnd I'm camped up in Gov'inent canyon, not go out fur from Soldier crick. We-cathere, I reckon." I d.id not mind the ride, bo I locked my office, becured a book of forms mid meeting the young people at tho livery stable went out with them and married them In a rambling, desultory 6ort of way. Tho bridewas a perl from Owl creek, wearing moccasins of tho pliocene age. Tho rich Castilian blood of the cave dwellers mantled in her cheek along with tho navy bluo blood of Connecticut on her father's side. Her hair was llko tho wing of a raven, and sho wore a tiara of clam shells about her beetling brow. Ker bracelet was a costly string of front teeth, selected from the early settlers at tho foot of Independence mountain. With tho shrewdness of a Yankee and tho hauteur of tho savage she combined tho grotesque grammar of Pike county and tho charming naiveto of the cow puncher. She was called Beautiful Snow. But I think it was mostly in a spirit of banter. Sho was also no longer young. I asked her, with an air of badinage, if she remembered Pizano, but she "replied that sho was away from homo when ho came through. The cave dwellers wero a serious people. Their plumbing was very poor indeed; so also wero their jokes. Her features werH rattier classic, nowever, aim i was about to say clean cut, but ou moro mature thought I will not say that. Her noso was bright ami piercing. It resembled the breastbone of n sandhill crane. Tho groom was a man of great courage nnd held human life at a very low figure. That is why ho married Beautiful Snow without any flinching; also why I have refrained from mentioning his name; also why I kissed the bride. I did not yearn to klsq her. Theio wero others who had claims on mo, but I did not wish to give needless pain to the groom, and so 1 did it. He had no money, but said that he had a saddle which, if I could use, I was welcome to. I did not have anything to put tho saddle on at home, but rather thau return empty handed I took it. Bill Nye in Ceutury. AIarcro number of dudes collected at an exposed corner last Sabbath, where tho wind was high, and caught colds. Each little darling was speedily cured by Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Look to your interest. You can buy for L5 Salvation Oil, tho great pain-eur- o cents. o. n Ho is u man who understands himself and knows how to say what he means, bo when his open brow darkened at a hint that his girl might not always bo his alono, I pushed inquiry. It did not satisfy mo to bo told that ho had a loaded revolver and bull dog ready for any fellow who should dare ask for his darling; that tho best thing a man could do, and the worst thing a woman ovor did, Sensible citizens, oven was to marry. when fathers and fond, do not ravo causelessly. Presently ho (steadied down into calm coherence. "It is because vo know men how Voareo in grain many of them are; how selfishly inconsiderate aro tho best of them; liow dull of sensibility and slow of apprehension arc all of us when compared with women that we shudder to resign our tenderly nurtured girls to them," bosald, feelingly. "Men understand what I mean! And marriago Is so terribly irrevocable." "But you married!" "Yes, and have been glad of it, on my own account, ever since. Had I known a woman's needs and naturo then as I do now, her delicate sensibilities, her capacity for lovo and for suffering, I could never have had tho presumption to offer her marriago with myself." The moro refined tho man's nature, the moro strongly docs ho feel what this truo husband and nobleman of God's Yet, desplto own making expressed. his testimony, tho truth nbides that tho best earthly happiness for woman is found in a judicious marriage; that, when her choico is wisely made, there are no peculiar miseries in wedlock; no thorns on which sho would notstepwero It is only she to remain celibato, through her failure to enter as tho church service puts it "discreetly" upon this ordlnanco of divino appointment that inevitable borrow is incident upon it. Marion Ilarland. Everyone who has onco used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup invariably resorts to it again for colds, etc. "When vice prevails mid impious menbearsway' When cuts, sprains bruises torment all the da) j Then ease from pain from care nnd hnrt arc sent lly great Salvation Oil, the standard liniment. Four Cap Step Stove with 22 pieces of ware - Four Cap Box Stove with 22 Pieces of ware hENSLEY. JOLLY $6.50 - No. 7, - - 37.50 & DeJERNETTE. Having associated Mr. John DeJcrnetto with us in our business, wo tender our thanks to our friends for tho kinducss shown us, and earnestly solicit your patronage in tho future. It will bo our full purpose to please all with GOODS and PRICES. ATTENTION! STOP and READ. ! Cement, Lime- - Come to See Us When You Come to Town HEATING STOVES. Drum or Sheet Iron - Barrel Franklin Atlanta Nice Parlor Boors Sash, ... FURNITURE Sixteenth Century Bedroom Threo pieces for Suit , Bnok Salt, Henriey, Jolly & BeJernette. Flue Tiling. 2.00 2.25 13.50 3.50 if 2. 25 up. $ Sixtocnth Century Bedstead for Solid Oak Bureau HENSLEY, JOLLY & DoJERNETTE. Buggies, Wagons, Flows, Lumber. ... & $14.50 SPECIAL. FOLDING BEDS, A good sett of Chairs for Honsley, Jolly DeJornotte. $2.50 $9.00 $2.00 PLUSH COUCHES, PARLOR CHAIllS.riush Trim. ROCKERS. HENSLEY, JOLLY & DeJERNETTE. RRCKEIIS, FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE Hie ituaUniKt Should Ho Hon. HAEDINSBUKG, KENTUCKY. AVo Judge Flnlotter, in charging tho jury in a case tried in common picas court, gave an opinion emphatically sustaining the rights of husbands to rule their homes. Sun r Dlatliiuulnheil An Elegant Luncheon. Last Saturday afternoon a charming luncheon was given by Mrs. J. II. Ken-ne- y in honor of Miss Frank, of Brcckcn-ridg- e county, Kontucky, who has been visiting her for several weeks. She was assisted by Mrs. M. Johnson, her sistor, Covers were laid for and Misa Frank. 12, and tho luncheon served in courses on rare old china and crystal. The table decoration was a mass of white and pink chrysanthemums arranged around mirrors extending tho length of tho tablo. The silver candelabra wero entwined with sinilax, and at each plato a souvenir rose. Tho wiuo open doorway leading to tho dining room was banked on either side with rare plants, and the pictures and small tables decorated with vines and roses. The softest of lights was shed over tho sceno from numbers of shaded wnxcandl.-- and fairy lamps. However beautiful though tho surroundings, tho array of bright young faces and the exquisite dressing of tho young ladies was more than its equal, and their brilliant conversation kept pace with tho fleeting hours. Tho event will be long remembered by tho participants. Paducah Nows. s The suit was that of John Yates against Christiana F. M. Greaves, brought to recover damages for falso arrest and malicious prosecution. Miss Greaves boarded In Yates' house. She was ordered by liiui to leave, but Mrs. Yates, to whom Miss Greaves paid her board, told her to stay. Yates subsequently, ujon coming home, quarreled with his wifo and, It Is alleged, choked her, and when Miss Greaves interfered, it is alleged, he threatened her. Tho next morning Mrs. Yates went with Miss Greaves to a magistrate's ofllco, where the latter swore out a warrant charging Yates with threatening her life. He 'was locked up, and spent the night in a station house. Miss Greaves did not appear against Yates the next day and he was discharged, but in her behalf It was alleged that her nonappearance was due to a solicitation by Yates' brother-in-lawho said that he couldn't get bail. After Ids release Yates brought the present suit against Miss Greaves. Judge Finletter s.tid that Miss Grcave.i should have obeyed the direction of Yates to leave, ci,Q i.,i no right to ro- main in tho house against his wish. Tho jury would therefore have io find a verdict for the plaintiff. In arriving at tho damages they should consider tho condition in life of the parties, but in finding for the plaintiff they should not "fix their verdict for him for a fow dollars or n few cents, making it ridiculous by tho small amount, but they should give him such a sum as would show that in Philadelphia every husband has tho right and must rulo his own household." The jury after a short deliberation returned a verdict of $500 for the plaintiff. Philadelphia Press. In a down town cafe tho other day 1 met two' gentlemen whose names will recall remarkable men and remarkable events in American history. They were Lieutenant Fremont and Lieutenant Lawrence, of tho United States navy. Tho former is tho sou of tho late distinguished John C. Fremont, "tho Pathfinder," who ran for president of the United States, and the other wns Lawrence, the grandson of the hero of Lako Erie, old "don't givo up the ship." That theso two gentlemen should como into the New York lunch room forsomothlng to eat and drink was nothing remarkable, but that they should. como in arm and arm, two naval chums, was something sufficient to stir the imagination. Lieutenant Fremont is attached to the new cruiser Philadelphia. Ho Is u fine specimen of munhood, as was his fathei before him. Now York Herald. Sire. arc now closing out our lino of 'UM1IBR below cost. All things go cheap for cash, and especially our : SUMMER LAWNS AND GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. Wo must close them out by fall to give room for our " K NE1W STOCK OF GOODS. Wo have on hand also, a splendid lino of nothing will restore It moro quickly than "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," the great Tonic and is gone If your appctito Wo expect to handle a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. guaranteed euro for Chills and Fever. Sold by Short & Haynes. Dr. Mendonhall experimented for fifteen years before ho was convinced that ho l,im" perfected in "O. C. C. Certain Co"h Clllv tho best remedy on earth for Coughs nnd Colds, bold by bhort & Haynes. lluw tn Select a Turkey. In this country only is the turkey found in a wild state. It is very fitting, therefore, that in the Christmas dinner it should be the principal dish. Tho turkoy must be wisely chosen, well cooked aud properly served. It should bo short and plump, the meat white, with some fat, tho legs black and smooth: and if there be spurs they should bo Bhort. Tho end of tho breastbone should be flexible, more like gristle than bone. A turkey that is long In proportion to its size, nnd has dark or bluish flesh, may bo tender, but certainly will not be finely flavoretVand juicy. A dry picked turkoy will bo found to have a much better flavor thau n scalded one. All poultry that is dry picked costs u few cents a jwnnd mom than tho scalded, but is well worHithe extra price. Maria Parloa in Ladtea' Home Journal. Drugs and Patent Medicines. Come in and givo us a trial, and get a bargain in something you need before this opportunity is gone I Respectfully, WITT $c MEADOR, IIARDINSBURG, KY. HARRY BUENTHER 401-4- 07 & BRO., East Main St., i Celebrated Specialist, And in charge of tho Electrical anil Surgical Department of the Medical Insti tute, Louisville, Ky., will bo at tho Jedge Waxem's .Political Proverbs. Somo candidates think different after thei vote is counted. Tho Amerikin Eagle haint got enny buieness junipin on a sparrow. Millionaires is always elligiblo to olfis. CLOVERPORT MOTEL, Cloverport, Ky , Mighty fow men air in polliticks for glory. And Hcliirn Every four Week During luu Year. 1'olitlklo reformers mostly want to I)r. Ilea 1ms been cdnntctcil with the largest giv ther medisin to other people. hospitals In the fcountry, nnd has no superior In Houghton votes air unscrtin diagnosing and treating diseases nnd deform-ItlcPoverty alnt populer in politicks exHe will give 15 for any cuso that he can-ntell the dlseasoand where located In five cept as a text for Mump spenches. minutes. You can't keep wimmen from wanton Trcntaall Curable Medical and Surgical to voto. Diseases, Acuto and CIIHONIO Somo men air born to ofilis, somo Diseases of tho Eyo, Ear, mighty doggono fow Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, achcovo ollls, and Jlrlght's Disease, Diabetes, Kidnoys, have ollls thrust upon thorn. Liver, Madder, Chronic Fomalo and I wouldn't rather bo rito than bo PresSexual Diseases. ident. DctroitFrcoPress s. EPILEPSY Oil A M Mil Men WITHOUT KNIFE OU FIBE. Mr. S. E. Curmichacl, a prom inent citizen of Ilonrietta, Texas, writes: "I wish to tell you what Swift's Specific has dono for my ife. Several years ago there appeared a splotch on the cornor of her noso which gradually Increased in size, and became qulto painful; on wash ing her faco it would frequently bleed. Tho doctors called It cancer, and advised that it bo removed by tho knifo or burning, stating that it never would do to neglect It. My wifo refused to have it cut or burned, but at tho same time it After a time continued to grow wono. sho commenced taking S. S. S., which effected an entire euro. Sho used a half Wo both dozen small sized, bottles. think there is no medicine in tlip world that will equal Swift's Specific, and wo would like for all sufferers to know the benefit she ha3 received from it." S. S. S. cures blood diseases of this character by forcing out tho poisonous A valuable germs nnd the poison also. book on Wood and skin diseases will bo mailed to all applicants frco. Address, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. Positive Guarantee. Middle-Age- d Young and Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency as tho result of self aliuso In youth or excess In ma-tur- er ye ir and other causes, producing some of the following effects: ns emissions, blotches, nervousnes., dirziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, aro permanently cured by remedies not Injurious, Blood t & Skin Diseases Syphilis and complications, as oru throat, fall ing of hair, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., are perfectly eradicated without using mercury o other Injurious drugs, Ronorrohea, Gleet, Stricture, and nil Urinary and Kidney troubles are speedily cured by treatment that has never fulled. He undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to diu, Heincmbcr the date and come early, ,as his rooms are crowded wherever he stops. Consultation free, Correspondence solicited anil confidential. ADDKJtSS, MUDICAI. & SuilOICAIi Institutk, No. 300 Fourth St., Louisvlllo, Ky. The First Symptoms of Beath. ' Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various parts of tho body, sinking at tho THE SOMA") In tho Aryan religion pit of tho stomach, loss of nppetito, From I to 500 horse power. oiionng to ino ru&aa. Jftliocmot the fomented foverishness, pimples oi sores, aro all K0(a Wft8 ovidonco of poisoned blood. DO GENERAL juice of tho Soma or Moon plant, vi hlch positivo No matter how it becamo poisoned it oxcite-mebeing a strong drink, gavor new to avoid death. Dr. to thoso who partook of It, and was must bo purified Acker's English Blood Elixir has nover believed to impart powor to tho gods. to rcmovo scrofulous or syphilitic That Terrible Oough It was believed, moreover, thatit wrought failed polbon. Sold under n positive gunrantoo In the morning, hurried or difficult Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, miracles, and for this reason, perhaps, it by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. afterwards became tho chief god of the Witt & Meador, Hardinsburu, Ky. Machinery, Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d tho chest, qulckned pulse, dullness in Hindus. Ill a vedic hymn tho worshipFull Nuckirenr for Men. evening or Bwcats at night, all or any tho Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, er says: '" The shade of neckwear of September of theso things are tho first staged of quafiVd the Soma bright," "We've Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, was mulberry, and beautiful indeed were And aro immortal grown; Dr. Acker's English Cough Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, the combinations in which its treatment Iteincdy will euro these fearful symptoms cntcn.il Into light, We've was varied. There aro many men that And nil the gods have known. r" And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. guarantco will not wear a red neck scarf under any and la sold under a positive Jvy., What mortal now can harm, ami bv G. w. Short. Clovorport, a, positivo us more? Or focinan vex consideration. They entertain tQr PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. llardlnsburg, Ky. Through thee bejond iilarm, prejudice to the bluo, and nothing can Witt A Meador, Correspondence solicited. Immortal Godl we soar." change them, To them the mulberry ofSt4.il niviiiiiii: iumU. No such power as this is attributed td ferings are n benizon, XJS A. A man in San Francisco has somo any plant at tho present timo, and yet Red, red, red! lied hero, red thero, four many of tho cures performed by S. S. S., red everywhere. Red is tho rago in fine queer divining tods. They aro to n Blender pieces of steel, tapering a purely vegetable remedy, seem almost neckwear. The ruddiest, reddest reds nro worn by point nt one end and flattened out at the In contato bonier on tho miraculous. other, with notches in tho extremities somo of the dressy men, that, by n subjugious blood poison scrofula, skin diseases gation of every othordotall of attiro, seek like the notches in auairow. Two aro somo forms of cancer, etc., it is tho remto quell tho blazonry of this single gleam an Inch shorter than the others. Two edy pur excellence, persons use them, each taking hold of of texture. Clothier and Furnisher. ono long and one short rod with tho Blood and Skin diseases Trtfatiso on Cultlvntlng Nut". and holding them thumb and mailed freo. Effort Is now being made to introduco out horizontally with the hands closo SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. in tho United States a very remarkablo together. The notches aro pressed tonut from Japan called the "glnko." Tho gether. In u few minutes tho rods movo I'nyilny Ciinm After eighteen years. IRVING-TON- , treo that bears it is supposed to be tho from side to side, or up ana uown, pointCharles King, of Little Falls, has done oldest In tho world, Inasmuch as it grow ing, it Is said, to that part of tho room I havo recently bought out McGlothlan Bros., Boot and Shoo Shop . a very commendable thing by paying as far back as tho coal forming epoou. whero coins or jewelry may bo concealworked In Beautiful siwclmens of It extend In two ed. Somo cannot use tiie rods, of this place, and am now proparcd to do any and all kinds of work in $4,000 to the operators that T. J. MORRIS. the Saxony mill at the time of the failon either side of tho main nvonno but those who can may easily find tho that lino. I invito my old friends to givo mo a call. rows ure of A. & 0. King, which occurred In loading to tho department of agriculture. hiding placeof any valuable. New York 1873, during a doprebRlon of the Unit Some of them aro bearing fruit this year. Sun. goods trade. Mr. King was not obliged In Florida oxperimon ts aro being tried for Worth Thinking Orer. to pay this money, but he always said tho Improvement of tho small species of Young Mr. Garter Ih your nlator In, fifht time he controlled tho Minnrnnt called the "chinquapin." It is that tho amount of capital that would pay off tho also being attempted to graft upon tho Harry? Llttlo Harry Clasp Yea. But bIio LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, vyagos duo at tho lime of their unfortuchinquapin big chestnuts, in order that isn't going to recel vo any gentlemen after nate failure he would meet all den ids. the latter may be produced on a dwarf this unless ho cornea in n dress suit. NOTHING IASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? Ono hundred and three persons, who growth. Washington Star. Mr. Garter Why? What brought her day of wero working in tho mill on tho to that decision? MHnw delicious Utlm wlunliip If po buy a 50 cent bottle of LEMON OIIILL suspension, have been made, happy by reHarry I guess sho must have found Of a kltt t lovc'tbcKlniiliifr." TONIO and wo what a chnngo it will mako. ceiving check for their back wages. A vo one. Clothier his eontimont Is truo out that you dldu't Thin Tonic is not only tho Surest Kcraedy for few of the old employees hiivo moved sings tho poet, and Chills, but as a Blood rurifier nnd Appetiser la If either and Furnisher. possiblo exception. away and some aie dead. The heirs of with one rienBant ns lemonade Children uneounlod. party has the catarrh, oven Iovo'b kiss deceased orativrs will be paid th , cry lor.'t It ia an established fact that DoWitt's Dr. Sago's Catarrh amount dufr them Utlca (N Y.) Her-ailoses ita, sweetness. EVERY COTTLE GUARANTEED. Llttlo Early Risers havo an enormous and Glob?. Remedy la a euro euro for this repulsivo sale, and why ? Simply becauso thoy and distressing aflllction. By its mild, nro pleasant In taking nnc' happy in reA, You may cough and cough and cough soothing, antiseptic, cleansing and healsults. A pill for tho multltudo.J-So- ld and cough and cough but you will not, if ing properties, it cures tho worst cases. CLOVERPORT, KY. you tako DoWitt's Cough and Consumpby Plioit & Haynes. SaOO reward offered for an incurablocaso. tion Cure Sold by Short A Haynes. -- K! IsT GUlsT AND :es nt FOUNDRY MACHINE BUSINESS. n. E OALL. THE OLD 11ELIABLE fun-Auge- r BOOT SHOE SHOP KY. T.J. MORRIS, HAvnm TIRED FEELING, d For Sale by R. FISHER, 1 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1891. INC D. A VIIIG1L. (5. HAllllAOE, KJltor and I'rojirlctors. Santa Glaus Blows His HrnTHE MAMMOTH. - I St, I,. A; T. Local TlHio Card. -- Mall and Express going East " West ' Express East J.K ye,t it ' Knit.., "Lo. Freight West a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. 1M a.m. 10.05 a.m. 10.0) 10.44 5.57 9.49 Ken's Qvetco&ts. Tho Mammoth's Overcoats aro celebrated throughout Kentucky for their handsome appearance and low prices. QA QQ Purchases brown, double-breaste- HEADQUARTERS - FOR - THE MAlUIOTfl. Children's Overcoats, 1 QQ tJJA.oy Buys a very comfortahlo Overcoat for Littlo Willie, ages 4 to 13, mado In neat, elegant style. 51 CX Gives vou choico of a very qA.U7 largo display of nobby little Overcoats, ages 4 to 13. l'or heavy Wovo Check J.0. Cassimero Ovorcoat, extra long cape, sido pockets, ages 4 to l.'t, worth every cent of $3.o0. (JJO Tor good, heavy Dark Gray Mel- ton Capo Overcoats, mado extra long, nges 4 to 13, worth $1 of anybody s money. or choico of extra loner Cheviot Overcoats collars and cuffs trimmed with Astrakhanor good, heavy Twilled Cassimero Overcoats, extra long cape, sido pockets, ages 4 to 13. MI M CLOTHING 03 This Cold weather demands FOR THE CHILDREN. o In our issue of December 10, wo to givo up considerable of our spaco to tho "Littlo Ones" or the purpose of making known their wnnta to old Santa Clans. Every child will bo given tho privilege to writo Old Santa aletter making known his or her wants on his annual visit to this town in his or her own childish way. AH wo ask of tho dear littlo ones is not to make their letters too long. Writo them plain, Bhort and to the pointand on only ono sido of tho paper, fold them up neatly, enclose them in an envelope addressed to Santa Claus, pro-jws- Holiday Goods. Know all men, women and children that I have taken up my quarters in the groat store of tho Mammoth Shoo and Clothing Company in Lottisvillo, arid now presido over tho most beautiful Btock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Ilats, Shoes and Furnishings over seen on earth. I will bo glad to receive my friends every day, and shall havo beautiful gifts for all tho (signed) ladies and children. SANTA CLAUS. 3"x.UO Overcoat, in blue, black or QQ Secures an extra heavy value a Chinchilla 09 fK warmly lined $ 5 vO Chinchilla, clineonnl weavo nicely lined, neatly finished ; 38.00. 0 OVERCOATS I Wo Inwo them in grcnt variety. (Er MillsCashimere, handsometytxO reduced from $11. ly made ; All-wo- ol A Q Buys an All-wo- Victory The Courier -- Journal Free. Messrs. Kleinhans & Simonson will send Tho Sunday Courier-Journfree until Christmas to every person answering this adSend your name vertisement who does not already receive it. on a postal card, or call and lcavo your namo with us at once. al $3.50 ' care of tho Ni.ws. ADJUTANT GENERAL GROSS FOR CONGRESS. Tub Nkws ling taken pains to ascertain tho feeling ol the party in llrcckenridge, tho homo county of Gen. Gross, with reference to his candidacy for Congress, and can truthfully Btatc that there is a wonderful unaniuity in favor 6f his making tho race. Tho party recognizes that ho has always been true, not like many others, lukewarm at times, but always activo and cflicient in support of the candidates of tho party. This has not been po in Bomo years, but in all years. Ho has nover asked an oflleo in his life of his people, but he has always render-ie- d his'valuablcHcrvices in behalf of others. Thoy arc ready now and anxious to do,fdr him. MlIKr" enthusiasm for him. (for the support he is receiving and will receive from the Democracy of Ureekenridgo ia '.;JM enthusiastic in the highest degree,) is not 'based alone on his heretofore party ser vices, but hero in his home, among those with whom ho has always lived, his fit' ness fortho position as a representative of tho people in Congress is alike recognized While nature may hot have endowed Gen. Gross with tho graces of the orator, sho has been generous with her gifts to him in a surpassing degree. His mental fncujtics are active, quick and broad. Narrowness has no part or lodgement in his make up. His energies are prodigi-oa- s, and he is as quick to execute as ho is to penetrate. His perceptions aro accurate to distinguish between the truo and tho false. A friend of tho people, hecauso of the people and from tho peo-- " pic, ho is for their real and best interests in every instinct of his being. Firm in his convictions, ho is bold to denounce deception and fraud. Sound in his political principles, ho cannot bo allured by quack nostrums or the vagaries of political dreamers. His home people regard him n3 a safo leader. Thoy want his services in tho larger and wider field of national legislation to represent their interests and express their desires. i The dovotion of Gen. Gross to home and friends is a proverb among his people. His warm and generous nature has bound them to him as with hooks of steel. He was never untrue to a friend and has never faltered with purse or influence to aid him when in need. These qualities of the man are known and understood by this people. They aro'such as qualify him to be trusted and loved. When he shall announce himself as a formal candidate, his peoplo will flock as ono man to his standard. No others need apply. These superb qualities are known elsewhere than in IJrccken ridge. They are No man known all over tho district. in the state has a larger personal acquaintance, and in our judgement, if Geiy Gross enters the field (which wo regard as probable,) it means his election. has a now daily paper, tho by the Journal Publishing Company, with Mr. L. J. Early as editor. Tho first number is before us and is a very bright, newsy sheet. Wo wish Jlr. Early and his new paper much success. Ow ENsnoito Qb Takes a heavy XJtXJO Melton Overcoat, strap seams, serge lining, cut and trimmed good enough for any gentleman to wear. BOOTS ' All SHOES KLEINHANS & SIMONSON. Short Pants Suits. Cassimero Short Pants Suit. warmly lined, ages 4 to 14, good value nt $2. S1 Qft For beautiful Black Worsted tj J..J70 short Pants Suits, plaited back and front, well lined, ages 4 to 14, worth every cent of $3. Victory 5Q For a warm P0 Mills Cassimero Short PantsSuits corded back and front, lined with twilled Fanner's satin, ages 4 to 14, Tricots, heavy j)K For heavy Meltons, heavy Checked Cassf-mere- s, Dark Blue Choviots, somo corded .front and back and somo plaito ed, nges 4 to 14, not a suit in tho lot worth less than $7. Boy's nnd Men's warm Winter Caps, in heavy Beaver Cloth, Chinchilla and fur. All-wo- styles and sizes. Goodkind & Co.'s celebrated stock ; equal to any on earth for tho money. Mi JO, Gives el I'. QQ Overcoats from choice of very elegant $14.1)8, $24.98, $17.08, SID.OS Vou Fech-heimc- r, HOLIDAY GIFTS. Neckwear, Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, (Doves, Collars, Sblrti, Suipendera, Umbrellas, Canei, Fun, Shoes, Hats, eto , fur Men, Boys and Children, and Shoes for Ladies at 40 por cent, lower prices than any other homo In the West. Buy now. Come and get the biggest holiday bargains of your life, or write fur catalogue and the Courier-Journboth free. HOLIDAY GIFTS. and Boots, Riding Suits, Working Sults,Dress Suits Water proof Coats, Stacking Jooketa, Underwear of every grade, White Shirts, Flannel Shirts, In fact everything that Men, Boy. and Children wear. Send for illustrated catalogue nnd The l both free.; Coats Courier-Journa- J1! P Q For a good, heavy Stripped' Hunting Gents -- Uusiness and Working Suits in warm grades of goods, worth $7, in :Fuinishing:Q """! ' S4.98. One Price, and that Guaranteed the Lowest. Working and Hiding Suits, extra well made and finished, worth $10 selling at Qg, Suits also at $7.08, $8.93, $9.08, $11.98 up to $24.08. KLEINHANS & MAMMOTH LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. o 'P' All-wo- en-tir- SIMONSON. SHOE & CLOTHING COMFY, Market Street, bet. Fourth, and Fifth, Foreign Aiitliorn' Ileturnt. 0 0 Goods NEW, NEAT and STYLISH. 03 Dou't forget the Pumpkin Racket. With every $2.00 purchase you get a guess at the 822.50 Dresser. V KLEINHANS & SIMONSON. ,'tf James II. Arnold had a fight in Owens-borlast week and got a black eye. jlmmio is a book agent from Paynese Btorc Aliens. Go to wo will venture Spot cash gets things right at tho new ville, this county, and to say that ho was imposed upon, for ho store. Aliens. is a nice, quiet young man. Aliens nro making another broad-aJack Gross may havo no ear for music slaughter in boots. and no foot for dancing, but ho has Alex Henry and wife, llayinon, were enough in tho city Saturday. about him to mnko tho man "trip Miss Mnnnic Moorman, Big Spring, is tho light fantastic" that would beat him vibiting at Judgo Bawlings. for Congress in tho Fourth, should he Father O'Connor, Paynesville, held conclude to run. church in the city Saturday. Meado county has not been misrepreWatch for tho attraction in the sented in tho Legislature for sometime, nor will sho be this time. Tho Hon. B. at Nevitt & Gough's. We will continue to rccelvo now goods F. Willett would reflect credit upon any BRANDENBURG. cut-rat- x . show-windo- w Evening Journal, published Oun supplement is full of local nows. Head it. Coxoitixs convenes next Monday. A man who has practiced medicine for 40 years, ought to know Kilt from t sugar I ' ' read what he says : Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1887. Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co., Gentlemen : I havo been in tho general practice of inedieino for most 40 years, and would Bay that in all my practice and have nover seen a preparation that I could prescribe with as much confidence of Hiiccess as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you. Havo pro-- , scribed itli great many tines and its effect is wonderful and would hj& in conclusion that I have yet to find a caso of catarrh that it would not cure, if they would tako it according to directions. Yours Truly, L.L. GOItSUCJL'M. I)., Gfllce, 215 Summit St. Wo will give $100 for any caso of catarrh that can not bo cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. Tho following marriage liconso wero F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. issued by tho County Court Clerk for JGGTSold by druggists,-75c- . the month of November : J. N, AVoold-rid- g to Miss Katio Krutcher . David II. WANTED. Caricoto to Mrs. Elizabeth Peak ; Win. Any family wanting a pleasant homo G. Bowlcy to Ida M. Stith ; 6. E. Yates nnd work for children from 14 to 20 years to Mary Vessels ; E, II. Swarts to Miss of age, (fomales preferred) can bo suited F. M, Donstant ; J. W. Greenwoll to Miss nt Grahamton, Meado county, wjicro the Suslu Piko ; J, I). Doolittlo to Miss J. L. work Is in tho cotton mill at that place. Roberts ; Wm. F. Gilliland to Minnlo Hickerson ; II. E. Ititchio to Miss Mel-vln- a l'or particulars writo to Wright; Windsor Allen to Misrf Tho Grahamton M'f'g Co., Marthn A. Whelan. Grnlmmton, Meade, county, Ky. : ad-vic- from now until Christmas. Nevitt & Gough. What kind of a hungry animal was that tho old man imagined was after him last week. Mills is a pretty safe favorite, but so as to not break our rule, wo will play him for a place. Miss Fanny Brashcar and Mrs. T. J. Bruner, Preston, wero in tho city shopping Saturday. Mrs. Hnttio GrinnoH and" Mrs. J. W. Kiclinnlson made a business trip to Louisville last week. Allons nro cutting down prices with an Price their corn knife. goods and satisfy yourself. Miss Eflio Kawlings returned home from Kansas last week, where sho had mado quite a lengthy visit. To tho wife of tho Hon. Chapeze Wath-an- , a girl. Chap did not attend tho Elizabethtown court this time. Tho two Meado papers aio about to get each others head over that Court of Go Claims business. Siek 'em Tige for 'cm Jowler Miss May Dee Pusojywlio is attending school in Louisville, spent tho Thanksgiving holidays nt homo with her par ents in this city. Tho Doo Hun Natural Gas and Manufacturing Company is advertised to bo sold to tho highest bidder Dec. 8. The indebtedness is about $1,400. Evorvbodv and his relations and friends hero went hunting on Thanksgiving Day, and wonderful to relate no inquests wero held as a result. Albums, toys, candies and are specialties at Nevitt & Gough's for tho next thirty days. Stock completer and prices lower than any other house. The cry of murder startled tho town Mondny morning, but it was only Nevitt & Gough killing ofT competition by opening up their assortment of hanging lamps. Judgo Woolfolk, Wood Prico and Lish Bondurant, convalescing typhoid fever patients, wero all down town Thanks giving Day for tho first timo in hoveral weeks. o Tho Meado News man knows good whon ho sees it. He has listened to what wo proposed and copied tho Couit of Claims proceedings from tho Reporter. Our predecessor had tho namo of keeping tho most complete stock of holiday goods outsMoja largo city. Wo proposo to out herod, herod himself. Keep your eyo on us. Novltt A Gough. 1 1 fire-wor- interesting to know how A man was standing on the curbstone literary men fare, both In France and looking at a street vender's sale yesterGermany. In the first named country day afternoon, when a horo's head apnuthors have certainly not much cause peared over his shonlder. for complaint. Mine, de Genlis received "Shoo, there." he said, catching the 1,000 for her Memoirs;" Ladvocat paid animal by the iieekrein. "I'll beta Beranger 880 for fifty of his "Cansous thnt a woman is driving you." Nouvelles," and twenty pounds for each 'Get up! Let go my horsel I'll call successive poem: tho same publisher gave the polioe!" xci earned mi excited womLamartino 22,000 for ono edition of his an's voice. s- 1,600 for his works, and subsequently "I don't want your horse," said the 'Chute d'un Ango," while his "Histolre man, "'it don't want to bo driv over, 10,000. des Qlrondius" brought libit eyether. Why don't you tako to the This same amount was paid to Thiers, sidewalk ami give folks in tho street a for his "Histbiro duConsulatet de chance for their lives?" It is a well known fact, too, that Then ho jumped back as a whip struck modern authors dispose now of their the horse, nnd as ho looked after tho reworks nt fabulous prices. In Germany, treating vehicle he chuckled: constituency. Mentally and physically howover, things nro by far not so flour"That's right! Mash 'em! Run 'em ho is a superior young man and is sure ishing. down! Drive over 'em! There ought In Luther's tlmo seven penco per print- to be a law to compel folks to stay in to go to the front. Mark this prediction. pase was considered to bo a high figure. the house whpn women go out driving. Failing Society met nt Dr. ed Tlio never Voss was obliged to offer his celebrated. It'd save lots of lives." Detroit Free Puscy's last Friday night and will met translation of Homer direct to the pubPress. at Mr. Abo Ditto's next Friday night. lic for six shillings per volume because Adieu, tlie Nose ltlnc. Bcmcmber that theso social gatherings no publisher would pay him that sum. If wo mny trust a native paper at Wieland received five florins per page nro very enjoyable and tho mites collectis doomed. ed are for a commcndnblo purpose. At- from Orol, Gressner & Co., in Zurich, Bombay, the Hindoo nosering Cutcheo for his "Komlscho Erzahlungen," and A meeting of mombers of tho tend and let your purso strings bo slack. Klopstock's "Messiah" fetched six shil- Vecsa Oswal casto had been held at Master Bcal Grinncll is ablo to bo out lings per printed page. Schiller, and Maudvio Bunder, when it was resolved in town on crutches. Tho envious looks especially Goethe, fared much better in that hereafter their women should wear that nil tho other boys give him reminds that respect. Cotta, the publisher, paid a flower in tho nose instead of the cusus of our boyhood days. When wo wero Goetho 15,000 for a completo edition of tomary nose ring. It was stated that tho had led to "much wearing of a "kid" if wo could havo been fortunato Ills works, and moreover bought the unfavorable nose rings comment," and it was copyright from Gootho's heirs for enough to havo broken a leg, wo would There is still, however, a great dif further rsol"ed thnt If any woman were havo thought it tho greatest trick in tho ference in the amount paid to modern in future to ;ear a nose ring she would world. Wo used to walk on crutches for German nuthors compared to their nion be liable to a fine of Rs. annas in fun. fortunate English and Fiench confreres. addition to the forfeiture of tho orna- It may It Wai u Woman. be, jews-har- p he-a- h m 'g? ha-h- a 1 l'Em-pire.- " HiVEST'SH E K For the Latest Novelties in 8 $ I" 1 22,-00- 10-- 4 Miss Nellie McGehee came homo from Pcweo Valley last Thursday to spend tho holidays. Sho was accompanied by Miss Maud Solo, of Iowa, ono of her pleasant schoolmates. It is needless to say that thoy wero handsomely entertained at the old homestead by Mr. nnd Mrs. Christ McGehee, who nro very proud of their accomplished daughter. Bob. Shacklet, John Neafus, Clel Neaf-uLigo Wisemen, Bob Moorman, Word Brown, Jim. Edmnns, Tom. Itichnrdson nnd Wilbcr Sanders all lull; on tho packet Thursday night for Corn Island, where thoy will help load Harwick's corn boat and then go south wtth it. We wish tliQ boys a pleasant trip. There is some fun and lots of hard work about1 We've been there. s, Galignaul Messenger. ments. London News. t, Will Itiley, who killed Henry a Kentucky boy, in Indiana just opposite Concordia, this county, a few months ago, was tried for murder in Cannelton last week, nnd was acquitted. This is just what every body over hero expected, though from all accounts it d murder. Argnbright was a was shot in tho back. There is considerable dissatisfaction among tho Republicans down in tho Second district with tho way that "honest" John Feland is running tho Collect or's oflice. Wo would suggest thnt ho bo removed and that tho Hon. Thos. S. Petltt bo appointed in his stead. That is tho party that Tom will finally bunk with, and tho sooner lie gets there tho sooner both Republicans and Democrats will know where to find him. The Owensboro Messenger has this last week : "James O. Carswcll, who has been doing a pretty good business in booming tho littlo towns in this section, is denounced as a fraud by tho Central City Herald. Ho writes up tho town, collects money from tho merchants and beats tho newspapers into publishing his matter for nothing. Ho collected a pretty good pile from tho people of South Carrolton, Contnil City, Bovier and Fordsville. Ho spont sovoral days in whjle ho was in Owenstho work-hous- o boro on ono of his recent visits." Tho only thing that makes this worth quoting is that many persons in Meado nnd Breckenridge know tlds porson to tho oxtcut of a few dimes each, Arga-brighcold-bloode- Honest Smokers. Quito a number of cigar stores about The sense of loss in tho caso of Lowell town leave a small box with nickel is remarkably personal even among those cigars lying exposed on tho showcase. who did not know him, but it is very When a customer wants a nickel cigar much more than personal. His nature he comes in nud deposits Ids nickel on was singularly rich nnd full. As ono of tho box nnd takos out a cigar, lights it his most intimate friends said, he was and leaves tho store without disturbing an extraordinary intelligence. Anothei the clerk or proprietor. Sometimes ho observed that what he said or wrote see nobody. It is noticeable, however, seemed but a drop from a vast reservo that none of the imported stock that of resources. Ho nover lost his playfulsell for fifteen ceuts straight up to a dolness of mind or manner, although they is left lying about subject to the hondid not nppear to all men. Ho was not lar of tho customer. Perhaps the dealesty readily accessible to everybody, because ers havo come to the conclusion that tho he was not willing that his life should man who would havo tho courago to bo devastated by the dull nnd merely Binoko a fivo cent cigar may bo relied curious and idle. Yethis charm of man- upon as alwuys able and willing to pav ner was fascinating, nnd his gracious-nes- s for it whether watched or not. New nnd kindness were often remarkable York Heraltb to thoso who had no claim of any kind upon bis regard. A Clock Thnt Sounds "Thiw." ' No ono among us probably was so faAn alann clock is usually used for miliar as he with literature it. general or getting people up, not for sending them held his resottrcea so completely at com- to bed, but I know of at least ono au mand. Tho felicities of his conversation thentio caso in which tho latter end wan To attained by it. A nervous, activo womwero incessant nnd remarkable. talk with him was like reading a good an, who refused to take an afternoon book, and his slightest notes have some nap because she could "nover think of it happy word or hint which makes then until it was too late," whs astonished by precious. Georgo William Curti3 in tho gift of un alarm clock, with tho dial Harper's. sot exactly at 3. It sounded a regular l'eoiilo Who fllil Not Kill. summons to a daily rest. Its imperative Tho inhabitants of the Canary islands, call could not be disregarded, nnd in a the Guanehes. were, it is supposed, but short time sho fonnd health nnd spirits the mountain shepherds of a submerged much improved by this fantastio uso of world. Though so strong physically, tho a familiar convenience. Kate Field's Guanehes Avere, nevertheless, a very Washington. gentle race; they rarely inado war on Very Wllllnc. ono another, and when tho Europeans Ho (fervently) Oh. my darling, let fell into their hands tliey did not kill them, but sent them to tend sheep in mo buy the ring! Sho This b very sudden, Charlie tho mountains. So iamo were tho birds He Oh. but vou will let mo? in this happy laud, that when tho SpanShe Well if you will, you will. iards first landed they came and fed out He Then, dear lovo, loan mo fifty of their handB. . J ..I .d Circular. To kill au animal degruded a man; tho dolhu-3butcher was a reprieved criminal nnd McElree's Wine of Cardui outcast, and lived apart, he and his assistants behi;; supported by tho state, and THEDFORD'S are No woman was allowed to approach tho for sale by the following merchants in shambles, and in such horror was killing held by tliesu giants tlmt 110 matt could Dreckenrldfie County Jesse W, Owen Cloreroort bo ennobled until ho had publicly deQ. W, Short, Cloverport. clared that he had not been guilty of Brasheari Lay, Stepbensport. killing any aiiimnl, not even a goat. Witt & Meador, Hardlnilurg, high; Their standard of morality was J. J. Severs, Union Star, robbery was ulmos.t unknown among them. St. LouU Star Sayings. Au lUtlmiite of Lowell. T 1 X BOYS and GIRLS Undftefr Jeare THREE PRIZES IN GOLD " Mr. John D. Babbago will award to Iho Boy or Girl under 12 years of ago, who writes tho best letter to Santa Claus before Dec. ' 2od, 85 00 2.50 for tho best; 81.50 for tho second best and .$1.00 for in Gold. tho third. Evory Boy and Girl in this city and surrounding country may writo. Tho names of tho winners and tho letters will bo published Address Letters in tho Nr.ws. , , ,' SANTA GLAUS, JNO. BABBAGE, " Curo D. Santa Claus' Headquarters, CLOVERPORT, KY. LAND FOR SALE. This farm lies In Ilrcekenrldgo county, on the head waters of Long Lick and rallo from the L. II. Jc'W. ralload, and is well Improved. Will sell as a whole or dlvldo In For further tracts to suit purchasers. address ono-hsll THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LIHES (L. B. 3c ST. L. It. It.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO w. w. lBWI8 vm Owensboro, Ky. In Rb-ert'- e For Information address tho llottom. undersigned at Union Star, Ky. 0. M. MeULOTIILAN, Nov. 23, 181)1. FARM FOR RENT. Ohio niverllottom Farm fir rent, St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. AND ALL POINTS WHISKEY ' West and Tims-Car- . Administrator's Notice them-elve- Two costly diamond necklaces wer' s All persons knowing Indobted to lost overboard from a yacht at Norwich, estate of W, W. Smart, deceased, are reConn., a few days ago. One. valued at quested to como forward and settle at onco $2,000, bus since been recovered by and save costs. All persons holding claims divers, but the second is still at the bot- against said estate are hereby notified to present them to tho undersigned properly proven tom of the river, for payment. Bibbago's Christinas stock is arriving. Dec. 1, 1891, OHAS. Look out for Bnbhago's holiday stock. F. SMAltT, Admr. We beg to annouoce that we have been ap pointed by Mr. I. W. Harpfr, tho famous Distiller, of Nelson County, Ky., Agent for his superb Hand Mado Sour Mash Whiskey. This onnouncemeqt Is of Importance to evsry one, for It Insures to thear for the future one of the purest, most delicate, and most celebrated Whiskies In the world, nnd those who will take the trouble herea'fter to demand the I. W. HiarKB W1118KBT" need have no fear that Its moderate use will injure either health or disposition. MIKE POPIIAM.BoleAg't, Cloverport, Ky, -- d in Effect Die. 16, Lv. Louisville 8:43 a.m,..9;00 p,m...410 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7)46 " ...7i2& " Evansville 2t25 " 9:50 p.m. For further Information, call on or address, JOS. S.ODIORNE, Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Tiav, Tany'i j'i, IoImTi Ky ? - w, ; i jS&JS Both tlio method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gently yet promptly orf tlio Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tiio system ciTcctunlly, dispels colds, head aches and fovors and curf habitual constipation. Syrup r 'gs is tlio only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to the tnsto and acceptable to tlio stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrecablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and lmvo mnilo it tho most popula- - remedy known. Syrup otFii fors'ilo in 50c and 81 bottles by all leadins druggists. Any reliable drugrfet who may not have it on hand ill procure it promptly for any cno who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISC ), OAL. NEW YORK, LOUISVILLE, KY. . For the nest thirty days I will sell LONG BRANCH. millinery at robt Mrs. Ilayncs. God 1b bh kslng us witli good healthy Miss Lizzie Hicki Us is now prepared to do dressmaking up stairs in the Old weather. Breckenridge Bank opposite Snlzer's Miss lney Doc-leentertained a few Dresses made ebenpor than ever friends Sunday. store. before. Aunt Pop Hendiick is visiting her illis Green, of, Falls of Bough, ia at son, Calvin Hendricks. tho Louisville Hotel. Mr. Green is" a Most of tho farmers will finish husking son of Senator Laf Green, who owns a corn this Week, and tho next work in magnificent homo at Falls of Bough. order will bo hog.killing. Courier-Journa- l. Miss Mary and Jimmie Bickerstah" enA. W. Ton ore, of Stcplicnsport, was tertained a few friends Friday night and hero Saturday and renewed bis subscripan elegant supper was served. Mr. Powers draws' a tion to tho Nkws. Miss Nellie McGchcc entertained p big pension which comes in very nicefew friends at hor homo Thanksgiving. ly for him in bis old age. Sho returned to her school at Pewco A. J. Kirst, tho merchant tailor of Monday. Cannelton, will lo hero Mr. Steward Young, of LouisvillOj Thursday, soliciting orders for clothing. makes daily trips to this place looking If you need anything in his lino give after bis work that is going on. All w ish him an order. Ho will treat you right. him success. Itoland Smith and wifo, Hardinsburg, Miss Bcttio Ditto was in the neighborcamo down Saturday to meet Mr. J. J. hood last week delivering tho book sho Hall, Mrs. Smith's brother, who is here timo ago. Sho seems to be from Missouri on a short visit. Mr. Hall sold somo making a success of her agency and all is a former citizen of this place, having wisli her a prosperous future lived hero somo twenty odd years ago. Mr. David Murray was expected hero & Slmonson, Kleinhams Messrs. last week to settlo tho Btock claims Louisville, will send tho Sunday Courier-Journagainst the railroad, but no ono saw him freo until Christmas to all perho is not advertisement in except to pass on tho train. If sons answering their moro punctual in tho future the people this paper. Bead what they say, write will lose faith in his promises. them and mention tho Bheckk.smiidoe al is Henry Wlntor. Wm t&geg&ggg3&g& J. Winter. John M. Oorntracger. O-A-I-iJLi wn V 1 lit. 55 t, .1 jStJT tv THE REASON WHY. Did you over stop to think how it is poasiblo for somo clothing dealers, who advertise- daily reductions in prices and who aro apparently selling goods for nothing, to wear fine clothes, live off tho fat of tho land and drive fast horses ? Wo will tell They you. It is beeauso they pull thcwool over your eyes. mako you belicvo they arc cutting prices, when tho fact i8 you moth-eate- n don't get a cent off unless it is some old shop-worgarment, which it pays to get rid of at any prico. Wo arc soiling honest Clothing at honest prices, nnd which is actually cheaper than you can buy trashy clothing e for at any of these houses. n, so-call- Si And And .. And Ana . . i And Get ixler CLOAKS, DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, NOVELTIES, - cut-rat- .itj -- WIN TER I & CO. 5 And And And And EC3r'wrl, m - yu;, J ' Jr ' OYERCOATS, CLQTHING, BOOTS & . t s01cl Reliable" Clothiers Louisville, Ky. SHOES, J ' if 'if :' .. ,; ! ' Nkws. H.t. Physician Office Dr. J. M. Clayton, Surgeon. in Dr. Whitest old ttund up ttairs. OLOVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, qcs Physician . & Surgeon, Joor(joVotnK?c A. .1. KIRST. Merchant Tailor, - OANNELTON, 1ND. Suits nmdo to order in tlio best style. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Breckenridge News. 1891 WEDNESDAY, DKCEMBEK 2, IOOAIBEEVITIEF. Millinery goods at cost. Mis. Haynes. M. Klein went to Cannelton b'unday. Mrs. Amel OcImj went to Holt yesterday. Cliarlio Mattingly went to Owensboro Sunday. Cliarlio Sawyer went to Owensboro Monday. Amos Board, Ilnrdinsburg, was in tl.o ' ity yesterday. Getwndaniier, of Louisville, was Geo. bore Saturday. Miss Forrio Hardin, of Holt, spent Sunday in town. Mr. Jerry GannanosicntTliunkBgiving at Wbitesvillo. Dr. Goldstein, of Stepbensport, was in tlio city Sunday. Mr. C. Sippol and Mr. Weibenbergcr are both dangerously ill, Leon McGavoek and wife, Victoria, spent Sunday jn tbiscity. Mr. Jabo Haynes, of Union Star, was in tlio city last Wednesday. Mr. Alf Honncn and wife, Hawesville, passed up on the train Saturday, s. II, Adkisson and Sash Simons, Webster, wero in tbe city last week. Mr. Jobn Caley, of Henderson, is visiting bis brotber, Tbos. Caley, this city. ft W. Sattcrfiold and wife, of Victoria, spent Sunday bcro tho guests of bis motber, Ernest Itobertson, W. W, Jones and Lewis Morton, of Hock Vale, were hero Saturday, Mrs. It. N. Hudson of LouisvUlo, is visiting her fatbor and motl.or, Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Gregory. Mrs. G. W. Short was called to Grcen-vill- o Sunday on account of tlio illness of father, Dr, Cottrell. her Miss Mary Sawyer has resigned her position with lJowmer & Hambleton and left for Louisvillo yesterday. Mr. Bob Lindloy is tho father of a bouncing nine pound boy, thank you, and a yery proud father ho is too. Mrs. Haynes bos a nico lino of now and stylish millinery goods which she 1b oflering at cost for thirty days only. Mr. Will Castle, Jr., of Kontland, Ind., and Dr. Fred. Itoberts, of Delphi, Ind., ard visiting their uncle, Mr. John 'IV Castle. Notice tho firms that aio doing tho business in this town and then tako a glanco at our advertising columns. Don't you see? I", H. u liny nas papcreu, paiiucu auu puJiis two Btoro room? In handsome holiday attiro for his now siock of goo's. Xbcro will bo a spelling match at Hickory Lick school house noxt Friday night, to which all good spellers and teachers are invited. Miss Jonnio Keith, tho popular and agrceablo young aileslady, will bo found as usual in tho Christmas stock of Mr. John D. Babbago. Miss Jennio will ho glad to seo her old frionds and customers whom bIio has served so regular for lo tbeso twenty no, wo wont say it, for Miss Jennio is only in hor teens. Como in and seo hor. X-mT i Irou macro. Ue llrowii recommend it. per Jjottle. Ml dealers keep It. $1.00 MA'UPI'I'SIA Miytlclam Oonutno Mrs. McPherson, of this city, passed ' ' her ninetieth birthday last week and Success to tho News. is as stout and spry as ono of fifty. Sho Winter has como at last. lias a remarkable memory and loves to Church hero next Sunday. talk of tho good old times'gono by. Slid Tho fanners are busy gathering corn. is in splendid health and bids fair to live Qat her century. Mr. II. C. Gibson's new homo is being Miss Minnio Brashcars, of Stephens-por- t, rapidly completed. n Miss Mollio McQuady visited her sisand Mr. Fred. Breshlin, a businebs man of Parkland, ter near Mooley villo last week. young wero married last Wednesday. They reMost of our nconlo aro altendinn tho ceived their friends Thursday at the protracted meeting at Union Star. residenco of Mr. Sam. Brashear. Courier-JoMiss Ida Adkins is teaching the school urnal. hero and is having good attendanco and It is a good thing to carry an accident success. policy. Accidents will happen to tho o Jias been moved into The best of men. Mr. C. W. Moorman met tho bouse formerly occupied by F. W. with an accident at the brick plant that Bashaui. laid him up for two weeks. Ho carries Mr. J. M. Mattingly has purchased a $10,000 accident policy which entitles Mr. Hampton's new residenco and will him to $50 a week. once. Clint Hook tried it on tho Nnws one move into it at Mcssers. A. II. Seaton and C. II. week and was satisfied. Clint learned Bcauchamp visited near Falls of Rough tho business in an ofiko whero they worked about threo days in a week and Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Alfred Adkins nnd daughters, went fishing tlio rest of tho time. In this ofiico wo havo to hustlo ovory day .Misses Lula and Minnio, visited bis' in the year. Clint is a good typo setter, brother near Patesvillo last week. but ho likes to be pear bis girl when ho Mrs. Bill Hardin, who recently visited . sets tnem, her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Jolly, has 'Squire Tbos. Dyer relumed homo last returned to her homo in Owensboro. Friday, his daughter, Mrs. John Butler Mr. O. C Shcllman passes through our and her son Horace and Mr Robt. Glass- town often enrouto to Hardinsburg for cock accompanying him. They returned what purpose wo know not, but think homo Saturday. " Undo " Tommy is as wo could guess. spry as ever and was out on tlio streets Monday shaking hands with his friends. Resolution of Respect has called Mayor Pierce1, of Cloverport, Wiiehkas : God in his infinite wisdom a conferenco to meet at Cloverport Dec. lias seen cause to remove from our midst 15, of delegates from all towns of the fifth our brother John Fella, now do wo hereclass to consider charter changes under by express our duo regret at his loss. Stanford and Therefore bo it, tho new constitution. Lancaster como under this clasiflcation liesohed : That in our deceased friend, Stan- and brother, we recognizo a faithful feland ought to send representatives. ford Interior Journal. low student, a worthy companion and On tho evening of tho 24th, at tho nn affectionate and dutiful pupil, and in residenco of Dr. J. T. Owen, a "Ton-Bola- " tho loss of our brother, our Sunday party was givon, in honor of Miss school loses ono of its brightest pupils, Dougherty, of Evansvlllo, Ind. A largo socially as well as intellectually. llemlved : That wo tender our sincer-ea-t number of friends wero present and had sympathy to tho family and that a n most cnjoyablo evening. Prizes awardcopy of these resolutions bo sent to tlio ed to Misses Lafie Lallcist, Pearl Millor, Grace Dougherty, -- llienc and Minnio family and that a copy bo sent to the BoECKENHinaE News for publication and Murray. also that a copy bo spread on tho minutes of tho Baptist Sunday School. CrawSTEPHENSPORT. ford County Democrat pleaso copy. Mrs. M. Blain was on tho sick list last Mrs. J. II. Wills, "J Committee. Samuel Conrad, week. Augustus Brown, J spent Sunday at Mibs Emma Mosely TOBINSPORT, IND. home. Miss Florence Williams went to Gus-to-n Farmers about dono gatherig corn. Monday. Miss Josio Leaf left for Illinois a fow Miss BeTlo Haynes, ol Union Star, was days ago, where she will resido in tho in town Saturday. future. Mr. O. C. Lewis went to Bock Haven Rev. Collins is holding a very interestfew days last week. for a ing meeting hero which will continue Miss Stolla Scott, of Hardinsburg,' was time. tho' guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. II. Payne somo Mrs. Martin Frank, wiio has been on Thursday. the sick list for tho past three months, Mrs. Elder, of Cloverport, spent a few is improving. days last week with her daughter, Mrs. F. P. Smart has returned from LouiB-vill- c. J. II. Walker. Mrs. Leo Miss Georgia Hawkins, Miss Maggio Allon visited Cloverport Isaacs and Mr. Geo. Jamison went to last wcok. s Monday. Owensboro 0. C. Whitehead is very busy barrelMrs. J. II. Lay and daughter, Bcrnice, were in Cloverport last week, guests of ing potatoes. Mr. C. Gardner has moved into his Mrs. Harvey Adams. new residence. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brashear, of Parktreo and enterSomo talk of an land, wero tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs, R. tainment here during tho holidays. A. Brashear last week. Mr. Till Groves went to Louisvillo Mr. Jesso Whitworth, L. H. & W. operator, Hardinsburg, was tho guest of Sunday to seo about tho prico cf Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lewis at tho Hanks' goods. bouse Friday. Mr. Ed. Rod", of Illinois, has como in ltoson-crant- z, Prof. F. M. C. Jolly, of tho primary to tako his daughter, Mrs. Ermia with him, who is quito sick homo room in tho public school, has been at homo in Hardinsburg on tho sick list for Mr. P. Sampson, a prominent mersomo time. MissLizzio Utiles is filling chant of Oatsvillo, Ind., spent a foy days his place hero last week, tho guest of Blancho Mrs. Clias. Wattlington has sold out Frank. her millinery goods to Miss Georgia Prof. Groves closed school here AVeHawkins, and sho will open up in the dncsday and gavo a holiday until Monday. samo placo, ono door abovo Roberts, All tho boys spent Thanksgiving buntBlain & Co. ing. AJow frionds wero entertained quito Reduced Rates For the Arnold pleasantly at tho homo of Mr, and Mrs. Lecture. Friday evening. Chas. Wattlington Tlio L., St. L. & T., will on account of Those present wero Messrs. Kirby and tho lecture to bo delivered by Sir Edwin Author Blain, Miss Florenco Williams, on night of Dec. 0. of Evansvillo, Ind., Dr. D. White, Clar-onc- o Arnold at Louisvillo Sell for morning train on that dato round Davis; Misses Sallio Davis and d trip tickets to Louisvillo at ono nnd Violet R, Miller. faro. Tjckets limited to return to Dec. 10. in connection witli tno reA Family Reunion. duced rateB parties must purcbaso a Mr. D. L. Taljiot has a saddle of veniticket of admission to tho lecture nt $1 son sent him from Memphis, .this along W. O. Au.es, Agt. ('And (IllllCH will each, u'lfli (itrl'nv nml ntlmr A Pleasing: Sense. bo served at Mr. Jeaso L. Talbott's of four Of health and strength rcnowed nud of Thoro will'bo a iamily brothers, ono sister, two uncles and ono easo and comfort follows tlio uso of aunt. They havo not all met at ono Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with timo around ono common hearth stono naturo to effectually cleanso tlio system since 1857. Hardjn County Indopon-den- t. when costivo or billlous. For salo in 50c and $1,00 bottles by all leading druggists. well-knowpost-ofllc- SAMPLE. Oor. Third and Market, HARDINSBURG V. DEPARTMENT. . ,- A - ZWTJA . v f .1 Wfcl - fC., ... :;:,, ' IJ.HAIIIIAUE L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. GOING Editor WK8T. Passenger Datly nrr. Hardinsburg..l2:12 OOINO KAST. p.m. Passenger Daily arr. Hardinsburg.. 7:50 a.m. Stark Bradford, colored, is dangerously ill." ' Now goods at B. F. Beard & Co's this wcok. Frank Ilaswell went to Louisvillo Monday. Gleinleano I Harry Monroo was up from Sunday. Miss Jennio "Warfield is visiting Miss Lillio Scott. Misses Maggie and Lizzie Smith raino homo Monday. Dr. N. O. Mosely returned from Cincinnati last Friday. Jim. Bobards has moved into his new houso on tho pike. Mr. John Jarred, Stepbensport, was in tho city Monday. Miss Nannie Board, of Garfield, was visiting hero last week. W. W. Vessels has taken charge of tho Hambleton Hotel. Mr. UoLt. Guthrio camo down from Louisvillo last Saturday. Sam. Board is at Irviilgton working for tho railroad company. Mr. Kingston and wife, of Louisvillo,. wero visiting hero last weeK. Mr. John Ilaswell, Jr., went to Monday to take depositions. T. C. Lewis has moved his jowelery store into Col. Musser's novelty house. Tho members of tho Baptist Sunday School aro getting up a Christmas tree. The paupers wero moved into tho old Taylor Atwood is in jail last week. charge. Mr. Gerard Footo and wife, Bowloy-villwero in tho eity iast week visiting V. G. Babbago. Mrs. Mr. II. O. Tholps and wifo camo down from Louisvillo last week and spent sov-crdays with friends and relatives. Mr. John Stitb has moved his family in from tho country and is occupying a part of Mrs. Judgo KinchcWs residence. Miss Mounico White, who has 4iceu assisting Mrs. Sutton in tho millinery business, returned to Louisvillo last Mc-Danie, al Science in Bread Making. At tho recent annual meeting of tho American Chemical Society, hold in Washington, D. C. tho question of tbe value of carbonato of ammonia as n.leav-cnin- g ngent in bread, or as used in baking powders, camo up for discussion, in which l'rof. Barker, of tho Univorsity of Pennsylvania, and President of tlio Society ; Dr. Kichardson, lato of the United States Department of Agriculture in Washington ; Dr. Wm. McMurtrie, late Prof, of Chemistry in tlio University of Illinois ; Dr. E. II. Bartley, lato Chemist of the Brooklyn, N. Y., Board of Health, and Prof, of Chemistry of tho Long Island College, nnd others, took part. Tho consensus of opinion was overwhelming in favor of tho employment of ammonia. It was stated as a fact that ammonia rendered tho gluten of tho flour morosolublo than tho original gluten, nnd that tho bread in which this action was produced by carbonato of ammonia must bo moro digestiblo and hence moro healthful, and beeauso of tho extreme volatility of carbonato of ammonia and its complete expulsion from the bread in the process of baking, it is orio. of tho most useful, most healthful and most valuablo leavening agents known. These conclusions aro homo out by tho very elaborato and exbaustivo experiments made by Prof. J. W. Mallet, of tho University of Virginia, which shows conclusively that bread mado with a baking powder in which ono per cent, of carbonato of ammonia is used, in connection with cream of tarter nnd soda, is not only of uniformly better color and texture, but a product moro w holesoinc, because the ammonia serves to neutralize any organic or lactic acids present in And LAMPS, . And ".' - i .Look There for Santa Claus' Arrival. iMi v . SULZER'S, Q - t n Hr t Cloverport, Ky. 5353 SS gSS-S- ' 0533 r. FUBNITtJKE Tho regular onilre-llabl- o Furniture dealer li alwayt on hand witti ! FURNITURE"! FURNITURE"! MICHAEL HAMMAN, full tock ln eluding Sewing Machines, Coffins, KPBsffi.a j i.. A Ejiil!iLM . Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. 1 His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no legitimate house can undorsell him, and ho is determined to meet tho market, let tlie price bo what it may. Always call on him nnd ascertain prices beHe cannot fore purchasing olsowhero. Ho means just what ho says.M. HAMMAN, Cloverport, Ky, bo undersold. - the Hour. Mr. II. H. Wiley, a former citizen of this placo, has changed his residence from Littlo Rock, Ark., to Bowling Green, Ky. pffifflgMBg9gBjffi Hambleton . . House W. W. VESSELS, Proprietor uml Dealer In ' ECONOMICAL BUYER! Will do well to examino our line of ; - Fine Wines and Whiskies, Brandies Cigars and Tobacco. HAiiDiKsnuna, Ky. d, clerk of tho next IIouso. F. Monroo & Son aro building a new Mr. Monroo Btoro houso nt Glendcano. will tako his stock of goods from hero as soon as tho houso is completed. Strangers coming to Hardinsburg will s find tho Hambleton Hotel, now in every paticular. W.AV. Vessels, Prop. Logan Pate went to Hartford last week to look after an indictment against him thoro in tho Circuit Court. It was dismissed by tho Commonswcaltirs Attoi-nofirst-clasy. This hotel nas been lately papered, painied, thoroughAVedncsday. ly renovated and refurnished, and Mr. James E. Stone, Louisvillo, was in is now open to tho traveling public. town a fow days last week. Mr. Stono I solicit it sharo of your patronage. as assistant is a candidate for W. W. Vessels. FUBNITUBE From now till after tho Holidays. Wc aro having a great rush on our lino of James Hambleton, AUCTIONEER. Will have auction sales every Saturday in Cloverport. Will sell nt public auction everything anybody has to sell. Bring to mo your horses and llvo stock of any and ovory description. All or any artielo of household iroods. All or any article of mer- candiso. Everything tho peoplo want sold I will soil. Tho peoplo will Una something thoy want to buy nt my regit- lar Saturday sales. A placo for bargains overy week. Buyers and sellers tako notico of my Auction .Sales onco a week, .every Saturday. Regular salo Saturday, November 28th, 1801. JAMES HAMBLETON. Rocking Chairs Tho largest and best selected stock in tho County, containing fifty different styles, in plain ! and plush rockers. X-m- that tho present It operator out at tlio depot will go to tho is quito probablo one-thir- to-da-y. Falls of Bough in a fow days and Mr. Jesse Whitworth will bo given his old placo. It is a littlo singular that all tho cattle and hogs bought near this town havo to Why bo driven to Kirk to bo shipped. don't tho railroad company put stock VV pens at tho depot boro. r'l,t:c: This dollghtful Story of a j'ou'rnov from tho BALTIC to thoj Clerk It. S. Skillman has completed DANUBE Portravod In 38 Chapters tho transcript for the Court of Appeals in tho caso John R. Hicks against tlio (and u urapmo illustrations, uj Breckenridgo Company (limited.) Hicks Charles Augustus received a judgement against tho ComStoddard. Sa C A pany in tho Circuit Court last April for $4,000 from which they appealed. In a conversation with Mr. Anurow Crawford at Stepbensport tho other day ho told mo there was some talk of starting a bank at that placo. Mr. Crawford t mn is ono of tho leading business men of tho Bound In Rich Cloth, town, and bo thinks a bank there with n Decoratod with Qold Eagles small capital would do a nco paying to! FREE to Every Now Subt-.rlbebusiness. -t- hoA Good Eoadster. . NEW YORK OBSERVER, Mr. J. J. Blocher has purchased of Mr. f.u- - x.. Rnllrrlnua rJw" , ilia -- ui0iiiu. Ctmllu i Jas. Stephens, of Holt, n flno roadster named Brown's McQuaid. It is Jlvo. years rinn hnnV nnd one new subscriber.' eq .' old and goes over a country road in bet- )....- nn - u.A1. IIM ...w ..w.. ftiihcftrlhfil'S. -, o IIJUUJUM nnJ ttun nnui ter timo than three Bedroom Sets, Extension Tables, Bureaus, Childs Beds, Baby Chairs, v Cradles. x f- .4 . VJ r ft- T - ?0 ... ' 35,00. &" B. F. BEARD &JC0., HARDINSBURG, KY. r price very reasonable, can bo teen at Harned Station, see Mich. Meyer at the Station or J. M. O'DHYAN, address l'aynesvlllo, Ky. A FOR SALE. bono power Stave Uuoker, good as new THE NEW YORK WEEKiYJVORLD. r i minutes.--Owensbor- .-- --. Inquirer. Needing a tonic, or children that want building up.shoulrt talco Sl'KCISIKK COPIISS 1'ItKK LADIES HIIOWM'i It U pleasant Hint IIION 1UTTKMS. to tako, curea Malaria, InJIgea-tloiDIIIoushcs. All dea'wi keep It. NEW YORK OBSERVER, 37 AND 38 PARK KOW, NEW TOKK. One Dollar a Year. Contains tho best features of any f All penoVis having clalmi agalnit 'the esM. Quad, lato of tate of J. W. Wet, algned, will proent Wookly printed. them proven, accordingly to law? aliopenoni tho Detroit Froo Press, writes a owlnir the Mine will settle at once and save pngo of matter overy week. 0. M. MoOLaTHIiAK, emit. Aulgnee. Union Star, Ky. Nov. 23, lPttl. Send for Sample Copy. into F. N. Mr. J. G. Harris moved ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. Dolluy's now dwelling on Second etreot THE WEEKLY last wcok. WORLD, f X i, New York City. Breckenridge News. A SONQ OF THE SEA. ' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER !, 1811. A GARDEN OF A QUEEN. Cotnootit whore tho billows nro cool nnd deep, Wboro tho wnvos uovor rust and tho winds never sloop, WTioro plumed etceds courso tho ocean s urotut, Ench flaunting a ponnnnt of foiira nt hit crest; Whero tho reph) rs nro practiced to try tholr wings. And tho sen mow shrieks nnd tho mormald When tho moon is low.'nnd, with shudder nnd sigh, Tho tides nro tarnod 'ncath hor watchful Como down on tho sands whero tho pUlntlva snlpo Bhrllls n memory of Van nnd his reed; pipe. Where tho ripples that lnp on tho sholvlng ' bench Eccm to wclcomo n continent to their renchi tho great brown rocks In their trailing Whero weeds Seem doing penanco for guilty deecs Centuries since, when tho pirate's sail Drove a bark to seek help In tho teeth of ngalo. Lcavo sorrow behind when you'd frolic with me. For there's novor a grief that enn sadden tho And novcrn burden too heavy to throw Away to bo lost In tho ebb and flow; Coma down to tho margo of tho seething earth And batho In tho surges, whero Lovo hnd birth, Whoro tho fountain of youth In n crystal cave Plays, hidden for aye, 'ncnth n laughing wnvo. Now York World. 800, JUST WHAT E VEKY FAEMER WANTS. J. P. Harwell Fhank Haswell. VICTORIA HAS ONE SPOT SACRED FROM HER SUBJECTS. sings. rt Rneland'a SoTerelCn Hm n Mnnls for riantlngr Trees A Homo Tlmt tlio rrlnca of Wnle Ilullt BinI In Which Many itojnl Children Ilnro riujc.l. Queen Victoria considers herself really nt home in the private garden of Osborne only. For in this little corner of the Ialo of Wight nlone does the sovereign, of whoso possessions cover tho globe, liavo powers absolute. Elsewhere, and especially in tho parks of tho royal residences, bIio is under the restraint of tho officials of a constitutional monarchy. Tho commissioner of public buildings And works treats tho crown as nn institution of which tho rights are strictly limited. Her majesty cannot cut n tree without theconsentof tho proper official. To escape this vigilance tho queen has bought in tho neighborhood of her castle nt Osborne some acres of ground where she may havo n gardouer not subject to changes of administration, Sho has oven gone so far as to disregard for once her position of political impartiality aud chosen a former gardener of Lord a man nccustomed to tho growing of Tory flowers. But any imprudences which he might commit will not easily reach the public. For while it is easy to get permission to roam about tho grounds of tho castle, this little garden Is carefully shut off from visitors. A correspondent of an English paper recently had the good fortune to get into the Swiss chalet, which her majesty lias mado into a family museum, and to walk about the nisles of trees where each tree commemorates an episode in tho history of the royal house nnd recalls a day of happiness or sorrow. jA short distance from tho entrance to wuuuuu inuy garuen & T,,iiH8 private wuu is aown nouse, uuiu minus uj ineir Smim?' tho Pnnco of Wales nnd tho Duke of Edinburgh in 1857. Tho heir to the He crown has missed his vocation. clearly had in him the making of u nota" y3BBc ble carpenter. Even to tho present day tho prince is very pioud of his work, nnd whenever lie visits Osborne ho goes straightway to seo if tho playhouse is still standing. Not a nail has fallen, not a plank has sprung. The house is as solid as at first. ono-sovon-th -- SADDLES 7 -- : HARNESS .". COLLARS :- M0 GcraLolte CHILLED PLOW. '. Anil nil kind of -- : STRAP WORK Manufactured by :- W Her Ilargnln. d, The following truo story is told in tho "Journal of Emily Shorn:" A littlo girl near us was ono day playing before tho ltouse, when a woman appeared nnd begged a few ience. Shu had a baby in her arms. And the child was so delighted with the littlo thing that sho asked tho woman if she would sell J. P. Haswell, & Son.. Haiidinsbukg, Ky. p :6: A SWEEPING SUCCESS. Our now "GRANITE" Chilled Plow 1ms gono to the front with wonderful strides. It is now an acknowledged leader with all who havo . used it. Its special merits aro : . ' 1st. Perfection in outline and shape. "'J-2nd.. Great turning capacity. , 3rd. Now combination of metals, hnrcl,'yet tough." ' 4th'. Patent adjustable slip heel, for compensating wear and giving suck or pitch to plow. 5th. Huns steadily and is very light draft. Gth. Each plow has one point for soft and another for hard dry t4 -- -- , ,- TBlr -o- pTryy "What will you glvo for it, miss?" was tho counter question. "Half a crown." "Very well," said the woman; "let's leo tho money." It was produced, und tho sale made. ok the baby, carried it The littlo girl up stairs and laid it on her bed, and after she had fondled it "enough for onco," scampered down stairs, culling to her mother. "Mumma, mammal I've got a live doll! 1 always wautvd one, aud now I've got it." The baby was found, and the story frankly told, but though tho beggar womnn was hought all over the town, no trace of her could ba discovered. Meanwhile tho baby's little "owner'' begged so hard that it should be kept that the parents yielded, and tho living doll became a household blessing. Ailvlre to Young Authors. Get originality into your work, my friend. If your forto is writing articles chooso a now, bright, popular topio nnd treat it freshly. Don't affect the dull and stupid essay style. Uso few words. Make your 60ti tences brief. Bo crisp and make your thoughts crackle. Tell the public something it doesn't know and is trying to find out. If you lean to fiction tear nway from old plots aud take an incident that a reader will recognizoat onco ns being fresh. Make your dialoguo nntural and bright; let your characters move around aud have a being. Stop when your story is told; a lively story of 2,000 words, full of life and snap, has in it inoro prospects of success than u drawn out talo of r,000 words. If you feel poetry to bo your forte appeal to the heart rather than tho mind. Don't fail at blank verse when you can succeed nt popular poetry. 13. W. Bok in Ladies' Homo it to her. mqP T w wJZSf? ' : H A HOUSE 1JU1LT DV WALES. In tho little house nro preserved the playthings of tho roynl children. Each of tho children had little carriages of his own, and all are hero preserved with the initials of the owners' names upon them. Tho Duke of Edinburgh was a jack ol all trades. He was a carpenter witli his older brother, a mason with his younger brother, the Duko of Connaught. The mininturo fortress they built together is still preserved in this saino garden. It is mnde of stono and brick, and is nt least strong enough to bravo tho seasons. Tho princes worked under tho eyes of their father, who was trying to teach them tho art of fortification. This fortress has undergone some assaults. The Princo of Wales, having his five sisters and tho youngest of his brothers under his command, attacked its garrison, tho Dukes of Edinburgh and Connaught Almost always the heir apparent carried tho parapet and drove the two dukes into a casemate, where they had plenty of arms nnd whence hunger alono could dislodge them. Nowadays tho children of the Duchess of Albany and of tho Princess Beatrice attack and defend tho fort which their parents, their uncles and their mints have so often captured with great valor after long and glorious sieges. Tho day of her oldest daughter's wedding Victoria took a sprig of myrtle from tho bride's bouquet nnd planted it in this garden. It rooted itself so firmly that now it is grown into a great bush, bvery timo ono of tho grandchildren marries, tho myrtle bush nt Osborno is called into requisition. MEMORIAL TREES. "First Night." The famous play, "Tho Lady of Lyons," was in rehearsal in the early part of 1838. On the evening of Thursday, Feb. IS, it was announced for Curiosity had been for 'Borne time excited regarding the power and brilliancy of this play, and the first representation was therefore attended by nn unusually largo audience. Men and women of rank and fashion filled the boxes. The curtain rose, and tho play began amid breathless interest. who took the part of Claude Melnotte, hnd never acted with greater force and energy; Miss Faucit (now Lady Martin) played with dignity nnd grace; nnd before tho first act was finished every ono predicted that tho drama would provo successful. Curiosity regarding the author was now rife. A thousand surmises were made as to his name. None seemed to recognize tho work a3 Bulwer's. As the play went on the nppluuse increased. Miss Faucit not merely won plnudits, sho drew tears from the audience. "Her first indication of changed feeling," says Tho Morning Chronicle, "from agony to rage, at tho word mother addressed to tho Widow Melnotte, was an exquisite touch of genuine nature" Meanwhile, Bulwer was not present to witness tho triumph of his production. Ho was detained in the house of commons by a debato on the ballot, in which ho took part. Tho curtain had risen on the lust act when he entered Lady box. The audience was following the play with rapt attention; and. finally, its tho curtain fell, burst iuto a tumult of prolonged applause. Chambers' Journal. An Author Absent on Ills y, 's Lovo ol'OM irngnind. When Mr. Christie Murray started for Australia tho anchor of his vessel in Plymouth sound brought up a quantity of Devon mud and ooze, which in the courso of a day or two, under a summer sun, baked into a stiffish earth. Half by way of a sentimental joko and half seriously, 1io took a cubic inch or there' abouts of this English soil, placed it in an envelope, and determined to curry this morsel of old England with him on his travels. Many months afterward n pastoralist up country, whoso guest Mr. Murray was, begged this bit of earth from him. "You'll be going back there," he said, "and I never shall. I've been away from home for sixteen years and I'd value that bit of Old England more than tho Kohinoor." "When next 1 passed his way." says Mr. Murray, "I found that he had liddeu sixty miles (out and home) to buy a little plush stand and a glass shade for tho precions trifle." London News. "An honest pill is tho noblest work of the apothecary." DoWHt's Littlo Early Risers cures constipation, biliousnoss nnd sick headache. Sold by Short A Haynes. Tho I'ood Supply In Mimximili'HH. GE0.YEAKEL&C0 BRANDENBURG, KY. TIIK Financial Question Which is bothering the heads of Statesmen and ordinary mortals Is u very simple mutter when you understand It. All one need to do Is to make me dollar dii ithe work of two, nnd the problem ,".vJ' ,11,e beauty of this theory is prac tlce Is the best partol It. You'll think that when so i"! ?cc 'hc Immense New Mock or Kail and Inter Goods we arc oilcring- nt the prices. - soil. 7th. With ajl its advantages it is sold at tho samo .price as ferior Chilled Plows. in- DRESS GOODS. cents for EnKIlsh Habct Cloth worth 20 " I2.'',' " "fh Diagonals worth i) 15 piece Il.innock Serge at 10c worth tc 10 pieces 3 4 Serge all colors at lll.ick Henrietta Cloth at Joclty Bress Goods, Am.iion llroadcloth, lied, ford Cords, Chevron Camels Hair, Dublin Cloth, A" m"tl"v. P'ain and plaid, Diagonals, plain rlcot, Serges and Manuel plaids at prices that defy competition. l a -j Prices and Desciiption of Avery's "Granite" Chilled Plows. NUMBER. x , TURNING CAPACITY. PRICE. DRY -:- - GOODS -- : and -:- - NOTIONS 14.V Ilcst Standard Prints at 5c. 10 bales Iloosier II. cotton at cc. 50 piles round thread checks and stripes nt re. All lllcach Cotton at Mill prices. IS ps dark French Ginghams at la worth joe. lot fancy dark Dress Ginghams at lo We carry a large Hock of Flannels worth it In plain checks and p.aids at lowest prices. ao pr white lllankets nt i.2 worth $j.oo. " io-" 1 10-- 4 4 15 .1G ' " 'l7 16J 18 Not far from the matrimonial bush is a row of mourning trees. In Februnry, 1802, every member of tho royal family planted a tree to perpotuato tho memory of tho princo consort, who died in the December just before. Of tho eight trees those of the Prince of Wales and tho Princess Alice havo grown most luxuriantly. A littlo distanco away the queen planted tho parasol pine, which is her memorial of her husband. In nnother placo aro tho trees commemorating marriages tho trees of the Princo and Princess of Wales, of tho Duko nnd Duchess of Edinburgh, of tho Duko and Duchess of Connaught, of the Duko nnd Duchess of Albany und of the Princess Beatrice and Henry of Batten-berg- . It is in the sliado of these trees, whoso foliage murmurs the memories of happy times, that tho queen likes to take tea during tho hot days of August. Now it is the new generation which is taking its turn at tree planting in this garden devoted to royal highnesses. Tho children of tho Princo of Wales and of the Duko of Edinburgh havo tho place of honor. But the invading family of Prussia casts not a little of its shade upon soil which should remain exclusivo-lyfo- r British. Although tho children of tho queen's daughters are not represented, tho descent of tho Empress Frederick lias taken root there. Tho Princess Victoria of Prussia, her sister, the Princess Sophia, and the Princo Waldo-mawho died in 1871). have each a treo. Tho collection laolcM nothing but tho tree of the Eniierir William. Paris Figaro. r, Dr. Acker's English Pills. pure For sick headache, disordered stomach, loss of appetite, bad complexion and biliousness, they havo never been equaled, cither in America or abroad. For Sale byG. W. Short Olovcrport, Ky., nnd Wilt & Meador, IlnrdiiiBliurg, Ky. Aro active, effective and Tho owner of tho greenbacks has confiscated tho nest, und shows it to her visitors. Tlmt stays with impure quarters, utterly regardless of expense, fashioned its nest out of $523 worth of greenbacks which it found in a drawer. A Cincinnati rut, desiring comfortable fooling blood. Lightning Jllood Elixir will thoroughly renovate ' tho system and destroys all blood impurities. It will make you cat. It makes tho weak strong. Pleasant to take. All druggist soils it. Price 75c. A trial convinces tho most skeptical. Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho taste. Chlneso Children. Do Witt's Cough, nnd Consumption Cure Tho Chinese give their boy babies n is a valuable remedy. Sold by Short A name in addition to their surnames, and they must call themselves by these Haynes. names until they nro twenty years old. At that age tho father gives his son a The Monkey Stolo the Angel's Wing. The first week of tlio circus closed with new name. Tho Chinese caro so littlo for their girl an immense audience, whose liberal apbabies that they do not give them a plause stimulated the performers to surbaby name, but just call them No. 1. pass their usual excellence. Tho audience was treated to tin entireNo. 2, No. 3, according to their birth. Boys are thought so much more of in ly new version of the "Dawn of ChrisChina than girls tire, that if you ask a tianity," the brilliant finale of the "Fall Chinese father who has both a boy and of Rome," when Jocko, the dogfaced n girl how many children he 1ms, lie will baboon, took an unexpected part. Jocko always reply, "Only one child." Cin- enjoys considerable freedom, nnd during tho performance ho slipped unnoticed cinnati Commercial Gazette. from his perch in the dressing room and emerged from a door in the heathen temSome rmlulii0 Advice. This advice was given by an old lady ple into tho glare of the lime lights while to a young wife going out to the colonies Christianity was dawning. Jocko recognized his dear friend Mine. and looking for a maid to accompany her: "Take n pretty one, my dear," said Bumond posing as an angel with glistenthe old lady, "for, ugly or protty, sho ing wings, nnd in n mischievous spirit will have an offer of marriage before she he snatched the wings, then turned and has been out a week, and while your fled precipitously down the Appiau Way. Mine. Bumond pursued her departing ugly girl will say 'yes' to tho first offer she gets and leuvo you, your pretty ono wings, and the rest of the angels, conwill bo harder to please and will say 'no' vulsed with laughter, fled into the inteseveral times before she consents." San rior city. Then the spectators applauded tho race between the baboon and the Francisco Argonaut. wingless angel until they disappeared Tower or Will. within tho gates of Rome. Hereafter Expectant Nephew How is my rich Jocko will be obliged to confine his genius undo today? to his own specialty, in which ho is emFamily Doctor Much better. His will inently successful. Philadelphia Press. keeps him alive. Nephow (sadly) I'm afraid that's so. Children liko to take "O. C. C. Certain He mado his will in my favor twenty Chill Cure," the pleasant and guaranteed years ago, and I dou't believe he'll die cure for Fever, Aguo and Malaria betwhile that will is in existence. Good Sold by Short A tor than Quinine. News. I lay nes. It is not so hard as is supposed to pronounce the uainu of tho queen of the Two llnuil for n Wlfa. Sandwich Islands. That "u" in Liliuo-kalaII C. Matheson is an English engineer has tho value of a "w," and if one who has been in the employ of tho Chisays "Lileewoka-lanny- " he will hit it nese government for four years. "Some about right. months ngo," said he, "there was a great deal of trouble between the natives of What was long supposed to bo a wax Formosa and tho Chinese. Tho former figure on a crucifix in the Burgos cathe- nro savage fellows and object to the endral turns out to bo a mummified human croachments ot the latter. There was, body. The church record shows that it and is yet for that mutter, an unwritten has been in its present position since IMC law among the natives of Formosa which A. D. forbids any young man to marry until ho linn cut off two Chinese heads, and a "In winter," says Yuan Mei, a Chinese littlo anxiety to plunge into matrimony writer, "wo should eat beef and mutton. causes a reduction in the Chiueso popuIn summer, dried and preserved meats. lation. This was ono cause of tho trouble." As for condiments, mustard belongs speSan Francisco Cull. cially to summer; pepper, to winter." No seed potatoes will bo distributed A Vermont man claims to have a squash this year by tlio department of agriculvine, on the end of ono branch of which ture. Tho eyes which have been shipped grew n cluster of eighteen full grown in past years were found too perishable, squashes, all well developed. either rotting or freezing before they were planted, and whole potatoes aro too The silk industry shows that a single bulky to handle. cocoon from a well fed silkworm will often produco n continuous fiber more A sturgeon was recently caught on tho than 1,000 yards long. Fraser river, British Columbia, which weighed 850 pounds. Tho monster measAlways uso tho medicine that will do ured 12 feet 0 inches in length and 6 feet the most good, and for kidney owl liver 2 inches in girth. troublo, Lightning Kidney & Liver Item-Cd- y If a company c in got control of water is tho best. Messrs. Gracy it Had-doBnrlow, O., says : "Wo havo hand- power of 10,000 horse power at Burnett led medicines of dificrcnt kinds for years shoals it proposes to run by electricity tho machiuory in over manufactory in and havo never handled anything that Athens, Ga. equals Lightning Kidney A Liver Remedy. Ono of our customers litis been Our experience covers many ills, many suffering for years with kidney trouble, pills and many bills. Our ills are smalland has used a great deal of kidney and er, our pills nro smaller and our bills nro liver cure, but did not receive much, if any benefit. Ho finally tried Lightning flmn'ler when wo uso Do Witt's Littlo Ki'dnoy A Liver Remedy, nnd will uso Early Risers. Sold by Short A Ilaynea nothing clso. IIo says ho would rather A now lot of wall paper just received pay tho price for it than to take tho other for nothing." For sale by nil dealers. at Babbngo's, Journal. The fundamental mistake out of which grew tho gloomy doctiines of the older theorists was m measuring the of production by what they knew of soil culture. Science hud not revealed to them that, aside from pioper temperature and moisture, the essential factor in vegetable production is plant food; that this may bo given to the plant without the aid of tho soil; that what they understood by soil fertility is a comparatively unessentinl factor of agricultural production; that, in short, tho possibilities of tlio food supply in tlio future nro measureless. Professor At water in Cen- All wool heavy lllankets at a.joI.7U upwards.too and willed t owllng at 6 1.4 worth 10c. J5 One lot Damask Table Linen at ate worth 40c. a4 Jersey Flannel skirts at 75c worth Ji.ae,. Alng line of 1 ranch Outing clotlu nt S, io, Chcron Outing nt 12 worth ao cents. IO"4 " 5 " " " " 1.4J 7 lo 8 inches. " 8 " 9 9 " 10 " 10 " JH inches. " 11 " 13 12." 14 . "".. 85.50. G.50. " 8.00. 9.00. '9.50. .. 10.00. ll " .,s Right or Left hand. A Trial will convince every Farmer of its 500 pair Fast filack Hose at 8 50 patterns French I'lald, all t .w. IVI JU tYllilllUJCl'lllS, OUR GREATEST BARGAIN. n,tnaeS!.0,l;a,?7rnT,io.8Cy, "i2 t0i6 worth 12 a wool, no two alike -t Merits. . See these goods If you want a nice nnd sUlish 4 uress. aj do, corsets white and black at worth colored handkerchiefs at c, nnd S Don't buy at other stores, 4, iiMiiuii's what )ou see advertised at GKO. YKAKKt, tor V B. F. AVERY & SONS., Manufacturers of Cast, Steel an'd Chilled Plowd and Cultivating Implements, 7. i. .u tury. BOOTS AND SHOES. lot mens hoots 1105. 6 & 7 at $1 a ae An extra all leather heavy boot 2; worth li.4J oto 10 'Our Omn' Hoys Hoots no 3, at tiJi worth Jo See our brand ''All 1 1 Itlght'-'hrogans LOUISVILLE, KY. Point for Wheelmen. Wheelman I believe I'll give up bicycling. I am as careful as can be, but every now nnd then some accident happens. This is tho second timo I've been arrested and fined for running into people. Business Man I'll tell you ho w to man-ngJust you get a job as bill collector. Everybody '11 dodge you then. New xori: weekly. Corroboration. "Lighthouses nre very expensive," remarked Mrs. Dimling, looking up from n government report. "Yes, any theatrical manager will toll you that," replied her husband. Detroit Free Press. You don't want a torpid liver. You don't want a bad complexion. You don't want a bad breath. You don't want a headache. Then use DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills. Sold by Snort A Haynes. U. S, & Co., glaic calf shoe, the best shoe In the market, fi.75. lluell buns nne shoes und boots all grades at lowest prices. Lady's calf shoe, buckskin lined, button front lace. i.a4 worth anywhere eUe $1.7. or All our lace shoes which were sold at li.je now go at fl.ao Wone Itevy unllncd shoes 74cts. CLOTHING. efloru. We have all of the novelties It, tine cheviot, dlagnonals, Harrison cassimcres, Imported casslmcres. 75 Suits assorted patterns, well made, tinS. C Wrth ""ywlu:rc 7 to IS see tlicmCB 40 pair Gents' l'ants, shaded, at ? were sold at fa o hall Overcoats In great variety: Our priccinre the very lowest I'lcase call nnd sec us I ssVsssH I Sw E jnl IEs I I Geo. Yeakel BIUNDENBUKG, & Co., KY., 31 X GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for PS& H IfeSjG A Happy Orphan. 1 XIL Oct. 9. 00. Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizpr Cement, Micb fcan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, ni -- oar orphan aaylam horo there Is a 15. rear-ol- d child that bad been suffering for yoart from nervousness to Buch nn extent that Bha oftlimos in the night got up, nnd with fear depleted on every teaturo ana in a delirious condition, would sock protection amonf the older people from an imaginary pureuor, and could only with groat diUlcultjr be again put to bed. Last year Itov. K. Koenig, while on a visit hero, happened to observe tho thl Id, and advised the use of Pastor Koenlg'a Nerve Tonto, and kindly furnished us several bottles of it. The first bottle showed a niarkod improvement, and aftof using tha second bottlo and up to tho present time the child Is a happy and contented being. All those suffering from nervousness Bhoultl seek rofuce In Pastor Koeulg's Nervo Toulo. 11KV. U. H1M.KUUAMJ, hi. John's Asylum. Vnlufihlu lloole n Kervntift sent iroo lo any address, also obtain toor paUent can vimrKO. iiii'iiicmu iiuo ui nrenared by the Reverend This mmndvhu len KoenlK. ot Port warne. lnd. since itJ?& and f'astor prepared under his direction by the la Kenton Co., Kt Pine & Poplar Shingles ly tilled. Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring i! wave kept on band. Orders accompanied by cash prompt- BANK 0P s UREUURE DOCTOR TAYLORS FOR Price 50 cts. For .Sale by A. R. FISHER. ItH!. CHIHS& FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. ENTS BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R FREE'I HAEDIISrSBUIlG Capital Stock $25,000. 50c PREPARED FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. MED. CO. ST. LOUIS MO. KOENIQ MED. CO., Chlcngo, III. Sold by Drncslsttot Si por Bottle, O for 35, Larco Slio, IS1.7S. O Bcttlos for 89. every WATERPROOF COLLAR or BE UP TO THE MARK Director CUFF B. P. UEAItD, President. WILL MILLER, M. ISTcyt THAT CAN BE RELIED ON J iWIttlckf enrol Liver Complaint, inn... Affectlom 3and Vottlvenett. At Prlco eta. drufKlsts. JXTot to Q-pll-t- ! II. UEAUD, Cashier. "J BEARS THIS MARK. to JDlJMOOloiygi TRADE j O. W. BEAHD MOItUIS ESIUUDQE It. M. JOLLY. J INTEREST PAID ON . TIME DEPOSITS LLULOID NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. NOTICE, Relieves quickly Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, OIL SALVATIONdrugglitt.) 25 centi. all Prle$ only Sola by FRUIT GROWERS I. Make your orders by the lit of Ootober anil He will furnish you any kind of WB Mark. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. 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