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No doubt there are many things you need, and a lot more you will buy that you do not need. We have things for the "needy" and things for the "needless." We are now ' Christmas STOCKIN GNtrade. A ft O o Prosperity is over all the land, and the opinion is that a good season is coming. Trade is to be lively, we think, and we have prepared to meet a busy period for the next two months. Do not take any Up with a view of a big tr o y j Any misleading statements, of bargains or otherwise but see for yourself. We will forfeit our claim to being the leaders in all kinds of suitable and seasonable goods in our line in this section if we cannot show you the largest : i 3 o o CO $ (, m i If i , in This vicinity. "."STOCK faF M0 SNKHL X3ST"" JKL. 1 r& I SITLTiERS JtKttKL WHr M W I j - i I Ej F ' , OLOYERPORT, KY. f 1 l : ,.,.. ; HI 'i ., Sao . ., . w.? l:.;t . .... . . -ij. w' ' Hi Bkeokenkibge News Supplement. Breckenridge News. SATURDAY, DEOEMHEU5, 1891. is uxpected of Kentucky to put 100,000 In tho World's Fair exhibit. -- & -- ' It When You Come To town Always One Point Lower Always Ahead with New Improvements Hon. S. M. Faytox, of Hnrt county, is talked of for Congress in this district. of Meade,. named among tho candidates for Enrolling Clerk of tho House. Ho.v. Gvs. V. Kiciiarusox, ifl UxDKit the call for tho Republican x National Convention, entitled to twenty-si- Kentucky wiH be delegates. Don't Fail JLO The Growers tobacco Warehouse will be removed from Louisville to Cincin nati. The Alliance indorses tho re- moval. Giiovr.n Cleveland is very proud of his girl baby, but to down Bro. Harrison for a second term it is said would cool Ins ambition for doing great things. Visit Goodman & Klein Clothing, Boots, Shoes, it : "Jack Gnoss is too fur in to ever back out of the Fourth Congreasional district race, and is too good ft politician and man to make any but a winning fight." Louisville Times. That's putting it mighty straight and the boys from tho back districts had better stand from under. , b VEST'S -- ' It doesn't matter much where the Democrats hold their National Convention The locality will not be of much importance as the issues to Ibe made before the country. The single question of Turiirifeform is tho issue that should be carried all nlong the line. A c Hats And Caps. Is the place for you to buy your Rubber Goods, for they are the Leaders. vll has been made by tho Louis- ville Commercial Club for a mass convention to be held In Louisville January "0, for tfie purpose of forming a state organization in the interest of Kentucky's representation at tho world's Fair. All the counties in the statu aro requested to send delegates to the meeting. case of the trustees of Elizabeth-tow- n against tho Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwestern railroad, for $200,000 for the removal of tho, lnrfchino shops from that place has been decided adversely to tho Plaintiff. Judge McBeath sustained a demurrer to tho petition on tho ground that the contract between the Trustees and tho E. & P. to build shops did not carry with it tho idea of perpetually maintaining tho same. Learn Something About The BBERS, For LADIES', GENTLEMEN, - The Pumpkin Rackett And MISSES, That $22. 5C Dresser. CHILDREN. PERSONAL. J. S. Wllkerson went to Stcphensport yesterday. Capt. Rowland went to Louisvillo yesterday. Miss Ella Goodson went to Irvington yesterday. Tom Queen, of Owensboro. was in the city yesterday. A. M. McCraeken was at tho Clover-po- rt Hotel Thursday. Jimmy Miller did a splendio job of grading on Mr. Harry's lot. Mr. John Bowers the candy man was at tho English Hotel yesterday. V.'G. Babbage, wifo and children, of Hardinsburg, wero hero Wednesday Capt. Burkett has tho contract for building a water tank at tho brick plant. Rev. M. E. Parish, of Louisvillo, will preach at tho Baptist church Sunday morning and night, at tho usual hour James Lewis with his corps of carpenters will go to Hawesvillo next Monday to build a long needed depot for that town. That biick pavement at tho Clover-poHotel is colng down and tho board-.'r- 3 aVwell as the good landlady aro all happy. Mr. T. J. John representing tho Pacific Accident Company was in tho city yesterday interviewing tho railroad men on accident policies. Win. Poor took chargo of tho Grand Hotel in Indianopolis, Ind., last Tuesday. Clovcrporters will remombcr Mr. Poor when thoy go to Indianopolis. Ono hundred now freight cars liavo just been ordered by tho Texas road. Thoy will bo built at Jeirereonvlllo. This road is doing n tromendous freight business. rt See our new Styles in Rubber Shoes direct froi the largest manufactory in the World. V !- - lc.KS k ' VI.VN AQENCYiW A pamphlet of lnformstloa l. zv.syj''" ivuwiu niBuii, iaTti.. 'Areas vupinnnu, inu JJUtA vuanw munn & uui i"i rr:, sw; andab-A nstep Overs, Plain Sandals, Croquets. sJUI urondnajr, .new l.rv. YOU WAWT ONE OF THE Correct' Footholds, CELEBRATED JACKSON CORSET MAOC ONLY T waists: THI Jackson Corset Co. jack. on, I AniCC whoproforiiot LH 1111.0 tn wonp suff Mich. and Rigid Corsets, aro Invited to try them. m Thoy aro approved by physician., endorsed by 2 ., Mill. 1UV- ommended by every lady that has worn them. SEKD FOB CIHCULAB. Demonstrated by their fit and durability thi they are the best in the World. BVPh.JBBBW E. B. 0SB0RN, Southern Agont, OS RICHARDSON BLOCK, TENN. fesvtHen Wanted. CHATTANOOGA, PILES "AN AKESIS " Ives Instant relief and is an Infnlllblo Cure for 1'rIcoSl. lly DruifKlstsoriunll. Bnmnlcs rrt.AiMrvs3"ANAKKKlS,' Uox 8110, Now York City. r I'll. VESTS y s-BRECKENRI6GE NEWS. j Breokenridge News Supplement. ' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1891. What People are Doing and Talking About. In a ko Gatt City ot TivoTlioHNUHd Soiiln. Natural We mnkd lib wildclaiiiis. Sulzere. The present time Cliristmns visit Sulzor'H. I A season of gifts remember Sulzer's. Miss Jennie "Wnrfleld returned liomo yesterday. Sweeten the holidays with our can- Idies. Sulzer's. Grand opening Friday Dec. 11th, 1891 lilt F. N. D'Huy'H. Sec F. N. D'Huy's special offer, read I his advertisement. The work on John Lillard's stone Ihouso is piogressing slowly. Miss Cora Weatherholt has accepted n position with liowmer & Hainbleton. Mrs. Sarah LnFoo was visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Temple, last week. The right goods for presents, nt the right time and at tho right prices. X-inSul-.er's- z. Wo will raakp it to your interest to isit our establishment, always some- lung new. Sulzer's. Our new lamp A collection of quaint jeauties no hack numbers up to tho nitiuto styles, inspect them. Sulzer's. are Our Christmas advertisements ively and interesting and mighty good ending for tho old as well as tho young. Willis Green, Falls of Rough, passed lown on the train yesterday for Owens- oro. lie reporis overy thing lively at ho Fall?. Our Boquet Lamps are marvelous entities each ono a beautiful soltairo obed in raiment rich with tho harmony blendid colors.1 Sulzer's. Mrs. D. Hainbleton, who heretofore uffered from paralysis, had an addition- attack yesterday, and her condition-iuito serious. Miss Mary Folia, of Christie, Ind was the city yesterday Mfss Fella owns large flouring mill in that placo and as hero in tho Interest Of her mill. J. G. Harris thinks he has a bonanza i a big gravel pit that ho has just leased wn at Spottsvillo. It is a very fino tide and makes tho best of streots. Mr. S. W. Long, of Owensboro, and a lie machinist, has been given u place at io shops in this city. Mr. Long will ovo his family here as soon as ho can ocure a house. Good dwelling houses aro in demand. fa know ot several railroad men who ant to bring their families hero if they mid get sultablo houses. They aro lilling to pay good rents. OurLVaso Lamp sells on sight. This Itsorfinent is tho triumphant leador of ll High Grade Lamps. AVithout ques-lon tho largest, most Elegantly decorat- Bl Bisque furnished Vaco 1unn ever llbred to tho public Sulzer's. I Evansvillo was represented hern Wed- usday by her city engineer and several luncihuon. Thoy came up for tho pur- l)so of examining our brick and making mtracts for supplying that city. Thoy ught 75,000 for immediato dolivery id contracted for more for future doliv- y. Tho Chicago parties wore in tho city liursday to seo Mr. Wilkerson as per pointincnt. Mr. Wilkerson says ho d not close with them hut tho matter Ho says as left open until February. ey aro having somo trouble with tho ilroad in regarn to a switch. best looking and Our Hall Lamps-Th- o icapest made with patent lock attneh- ent, can be pulled down ana locked on liok leaving both hands free to tako off Limnoy and light lamp. Sulzer's. Tho operatives employed at tho rail- ad machine shops aro an addition of deli any community has a right to bo oud. Thoy aro all artisans, intolli- nt and moral, mid makO substantial Id useful citizens. . The necessities of Io road will soon demand an enlarge-- . ent of the works, giving employment I many more men ui mu tsuiuu khiu. 1 s A; It, Fisher has purchased a hand-som- o how fireproof safe. Christmas gifts bought from lis will make tho day long remembered. Sulzer's. A now pump is being put in at tho machine shops. It is a very fino ono and has a capacity of 50,000 gallons per day. Mr. Ferry thinks two of theso pumps would bo amplo for Cloverport's water supply, and that they could bo put in for about $1,500. Ho thinks $10,000 would furnish this'city a good system of waterworks. Mr. Ferry has promised to give as a series of Articles on tho subject of warter works for this city which wo will gladly publish. Mr. D. Stewart Miller Is about tho busiest man in town. .Ho is general manager for tho Breckenridgo Company (limited,) and has his hands full. Just at this time ho finds it extremely difficult to get cars sufficient to supply all his demands for coal, owing to tho great rush of grain to tho seaboard. Ho says tho business of tho company was never better and that ho finds ready salo for all the coal ho can get out. Parties at homo and abroad fail to recognizo what an industry tho Breckenridgo Company (limited) is inour midst. The aggregate of money paid out every month is largo. Tho operations of this company add as much or more to our general prosperity than any other of the many enterprises wo have. A Welcome Visitor. Make 4 Many People Happy Yon Can ! Make them Happy with some suitable Gift from our stock of choice HOLIDAY NOVELTIES ! Which abounds in Daintv an UUtVi TO jJlCDOJ-Lt- CZS. ,0 f. 1U1 Desir- - Niil?ii2 U1XC u r. ftS.' TfVSST " 1 " . va. N . J . gg&KSggSS . ll OLD AND YOUNG. They fill the stockings without emptying the Cloverport's Prosperity Due to B. R. Pierce. IlENIIOULDllCIimVAIlDEII. Euzaiictutoivn, Ills,, Nov. 00th 1891. Editor Bukckkxiiiihik Ni:wm, Your paper is always a welcome visitor to our home. Wife and I look for it with pleasure and lead all it contains even tho advertisements. It gives us so much news of Old Breckenricgo that we get. Am glad to note can't other-wis- e tho improvement of Cloverport, it bIiows o that tho citizens aro and progressing with tho fames, that your merchants aro men of business ability, and enterprise. I think that R. R. Tierce deserves tho praise for tho boom that Cloverport is now enjoying, it was through ids persistent efforts that brought about tho Henco tho boom and improvement and now tho people of your city aro reaping tho harvest of his labors. I think that your citizens should reward him in somo way to show tho appreciation they havp for his faithful labor. Our town is enjoying a very good trado this fall, and tho farmers aro blessed with crops In abundance. Find enclosed a dollar for ono years subscription to tho Nkws wo can't do without it. Success to all. Very Respectfully, J. A. Holdeiwian' wide-a-wak- To look through our Splendid assortment j is a Pastime To price the Goods is a Pleas m ure To possess them is a Privilege. We promise the BEST in Quality, and the LOWEST Price to all ; without distinction of age or class, and back of our promise stands our splendid stock of ift Pg$R- - PURSE B. t wjrz. iJ""cCT WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE NOVELTIES, JJJ.IVJ.JJWJ 1.J.WUJLVAJ-U VJIW-lkJ- , Stop! Stop! Stop! AT THE PIANO LAMPS, TABLE LAMPS, CHINAWARE, GLASSWARE, TOYS in endless variety, VELOCIPEDES, WAGONS, HORSES, BUGGIES, &c. To look at our stock will be a glimpse of Eairy Lands. Every one is invited to see our stock. BSrWo have received a choico lot of Japcneso Cups and Saucers, which will bo presented to overy customer buying .$2.00 worth and over with any goods in our lino, Cup and Saucer to each person as long as. thoy last, to cash customers only. BANKRUPT STORE You will find everything you want to eat: SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, CIGARS, CANNED GOODS, RAISINS, ETC. Make your selections early to sccuro thes gifts (nono for salo.) TOBACCO, FIGS, Grand Opening, Friday Dec. 11th, 1891. The place to remember is In fact everything in tho Grocery&Confectionery Line ReThankful for past favors. spectfully solicit you to call, we take great pleasure in waiting upon you. F.N. D'HUY'S, double rooms, -, .- J'. H. Ivloorman, Manager. CLOVERPORT, KY. Branch House, Hardinsburg, Ky. Breokenridge News Supplement. x SWEEPING 3" REDUCTIONS! IZLnT SS3rSSb CLOTHING COST FOR CASH. Also a full line of -- . fcrrrscri5S3 - 'SnSbgcS?'' From now until January 1st, 1892, we will offer our entire stock of Clothing- at Cloak s and Jackets 'cost, . - , -- A.it 4 ,L. ' . fit - j , , 3 ' i"'' ? ' t ? ,tj ;f We will save you ihoney. Call and examine before buying elsewhere. BOWMER & HAMBLET0N, Breckenridge News. .SATUKDAY, CLOYERPOBT, Kl SSSSVSMSSSSSSSESSRSSSSCSSSS: I7!7T:f7g7IWre''g??g Sulzer's Tailoring Department. Louisville, St Loufs & Texas R. R. Mr. J. II. Hunsche, tho Foreman of our Tailoring Department will visit .ri?W?!WTOraS5?S,' Co. 3STO. every Friday of each week. Ho full lino of Samples will carry with him a Vessells-YateTuUlnir Effect Tuesday Nov. 24th at 10 o'clock, Mibs representing our Stock of l'ieco Goods, which comprises all the dcsirablo Stand- At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednesday July 29. '91 May Vowels was niarried to Mr. Sebasseatian Yates, Bcv. father Itaoux officiat- ard and FancyStyles introduced this son. Ho will bo pleased to meet you at Wet Bound Traint Eatt Hound Traxnt Tho bride looked the queen of ing. ., 62 61 63 she being attired in the finest ot, nbovo place and dale and receivo your beauty, Mall i. Mail & odrer. Respectfully, Kxpr's Expr'. Kxpr's Kxpr's STATIONS fan colored cloth. The groom handsome S. L. Sulzkr. Dally Dally Dally Daily in tho conventional suit of black, and 10 9 05prt 6 25pm 7 45am Iv.On'n Dp't..ar wore a sniilo of proud possession fully 0 40 860 800 ieniucKy si. 12 43 appreciating tho treasure ho had won. 803 8 41 West Point 1205 720 1202pm 8 62 8 45 Howard 724 After the wedding a number of friends Hock Haven 1145am 747 900 7 47 7 40 Long Ilranch 11 38 7 67 9 03 assembled at tho residence of the bride's 731 Ilrandenbnrg 1129 917 8 07 parents and partook of a most sumptuous 727 9 21 Meade Springs 1123 811 11 10 7 23 920 Kkron 817 dinner, tho refreshments consisting of 111! 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Mr. Sebastian was a most honor1135 6 0") 9 09 I.ewisport 1031 sunaDio arrangements lor payment. 4 48 , 1162-8 61 Powers 1060 in every respect, and able gontleman Your order will then receHo all the 1207pm 4 a1) 8 37 Pates 1102 attention that it requires. 8 27 4 25 1210 Owcnsboro 1111 Miss Mary w as a mot popular la'dy and 4 13 8 15 122; Mattingly 1121 wo are sorry to lose her from our society. 4 0. 8 00 1230 If you wish 1131 Stanley 1240 Worthlngton 765 355 1140 Wo aro glad to know they will reside rj SpotUvflle 104 337 1163 737 fl.lllcfttK 7 29 3 29 1205pm 111 prepared and a plan of advertising hero in tho future. May their lives bo 1220am 125pm ar.IIenderg'n Iv 715im 315?m marked out ; to bo told what papers long and happy is tho wishes of their you should use, and what tho cost will be, wo will furnish tho adverA Friend. many friends. tisement and tho plan either or Loufsvifle,Hardinsburg& Western H. R. both, and submit them for your consideration, together with our bill for Orbituary. tho service. No. 2 TIME TABLE. Mrs. Ellender II. Mason departed this TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1691. Nov. 20 1891 at the homo of her life preparing Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Harriet MulIUt. acIVertiserrj?rjt?f West Hound Trains East Bound Trains born in 1'iinco Georgo Mason was electrotypes and estimates tho adDaily bally Dally Dally county, Maryland, Aug. 10 1810, but vertiser pays us. For tho cxpenso of ex Sun, ex Sun, STATIONS, ex Sun, ex Sun camo with her parents to Kentucky placing advertisements and watchNo. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 ing the fulfillment of contracts wo when but six months old and has lived 1130am Lv IrvingtonAr 9 30am are paid by a commission allowed by 1210pm 8 35 Garfield hero in Breckinridge county ever since. the publisher of the paper in which 12 25 Harned 815 She has been a inember of tho Baptist tho advertisement appears. 12 42 7 60 Hardlntburg church for many tyears, and has always 118 Kirk 715 130 lived a consistent christian, wielding Jolly If you warjt to lean? 7 05 148 Glendeane 644 an influenco whorover and whenever all tho Ins and outs of advertising 165 634 Dempster without any cost or trouble, read hho could. Her ailllctions nnd burdens 2 15pm ar I'allslloueh lv fl 14am I'niNTEnB' Ink regularly, carefully, 260 Hockvale 661 in this lifo were many and hard to bear, studiously; issued weekly, S3 a year. 3 02 lluth 6 29 but sho bore them all as becomes a If you wish a complete catalogue ot 314 Asklns 6 21 christian. Her last illness was short, nowspapors, send $5 for tho Ameriall 3 29 Oaks 6 00 can Newspaper Directory. 4 U0pniArI'nrdvilleI,v 4 45am lasting only a few days, but sho was reFor any further information address signed to her fato from tiro very first, "What measures are you taking to stop baying that sho was ready to go at any GEO. P. ROWELL. & time, and when the end came fell asleep that cough ? Let us suggest DoWitt's Newspaper Advertising Bureau, as a fittlo child. Sho leaves a multitude Cough and Consumption Cure. It is in10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. of friends and relations to mourn her fallible. Sold by Short & llaynes. T. M. Bates. Joss. s. DECEMBER 5, 1801 TIME SCHEDULE 18. 1 HOLIDAY G To Advertisers advertise instruct Are a little slow about coming in, but don get impatient, they will be here in ampl time. Don't make any selections until yo see our stock, it will pay you to wait a littl while.' JNO. D. BABBAGE, a E7c?BABBAGEMnnager. Tho Original Santa Glaus Man. CLOVEKPQRT, kJ -- ?v JrCjjJv, Jl I . ' i" -- 3 m aJvcrti?err)crt GET THE BEST. Tho Best is good enough for this' discriminating child. Tho Best is g enough for tho man who respects himself and loves his family. Such a man ways wants tho Best Groceries, nnd buys them of knowing that ho always keeps tho Best that tho market affords and retails tlienl proper prices. For LATK ALEXANDER'S WIML HOTEL, THOROUGHLY Cor. I RENOVATED AND IMPROYEl C., Rates $2.50 Per Day. Jefferson, Center nnd Green Streets, opposite Court-Ho- i LOUISVILLE, KY. W. It. LOGAN, Manage! A. W.Jones, J'.vJauluvnn, J. L.. Marshall, Ulerks. ill fc