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"sVHffifryH" 'fl" ' H? h ra'flff-fiffif- e ffiiifeffi iffijj B TJ 15 LZER'B -- 4 i CO o y O O And so will you when y.ou seo our Holiday Stock. Instead of laughing in your sleeve, you will laugh in your stocking, which won't seem half big enough to hold the gifts you covet. X ummL -- PEOPLE WITH BIG FEET 4 a.1 they realize the bargains that We can't spare space to give a list will go into the big stockings. of our stock, and to attempt to judge of our display by samples would be like lying down on one feather to judge how a feather bed would You can't feel. fact-when Will be so proud of the 3 O o C5 "o Put the Ocean in a Tea- - pot And we can't put a list of goods in an advertising space. Come and see the goods ; that's the only way. Feast your eyes upon the array of gifts that are going to make lots of folks happy. GOME ! for that's the only way we can convince yoii that this is no mere O" HOLIDAY HULLABALOO, But an unprecedented opportunity to obtain useful and mental gifts at prices that positively cannot be duplicated. Biggest Stock, the Greatest Novelties and Lowest Prices are found at orna- The to' be - SULZER OPENING ABOUT THE 15th, INST. trj jMrf .;fr;ffi3ffffft&. &wx--gfc x xararaAiE'Jtrti j . i I - . h"e iiit.$. 'i uu:ii'i' - ft . ' t Vt Beeokenkidge News Supplement. Breckenridge It will bo speaker News. 12, 1801- ;own city. Why not holp to educate somo of them 'at tho Kindef-garte- n ? SATURDAY, DECEMBER Myers next. Tms will bo a very busy town for the next two weeks. . People visiting this town who have not been here for years aro pleased to notice the very great improvement and growth of our city. President Harrison's message would have been a very creditable document had he mentioned tho fact that the best vitrified brick in tho country were made-righl hero in Cloverport. Lr.xi.voTox wants to hold a Centennial Celebration next year, in honor of the. admission of Kentucky into tho Union as a State. It is right and proper that it should be held and Lexington is tho place to hold it. IIarrv Somers, of tho Elizabethtown News knows a thing or two about tho boys of tho state press. Ho sizes them up about right. When it comes to an all round newspaper man, Harry is not behind any of them. Ho is a successful combination. merchants of The this city eclipse all That big doll in Babbage's show win of their previous eflorts this year in their dow goes to tho most popular little girl holiday displays. Wo moan, of course, tho merchants who advertise. The other in this city. Mako your purchases and follows are not in it. Their displays do cast your ballots. credit to cities even of much larger Some Newspaper follows. growth, and they aro worth coming miles Elizabethtown News. to Bee Tho greatest Henry Watterson. Tho brightest paragraper Emmet Logan, Louisville Times. General Echols, Third of the C. & 0 , passed down over tho Tho greatest punster Charlie Meat-chuTexas Thursday in his private coach to Hopkinsvllle Kentuckian. Owensboro, where ho delivered a most Tho best educated J. W. Hopper, entertaining lecturo, his subject being Courier- - Journal. " Stone Wall Jackson." He was accomTho most aggressive Urey Woodson, panied by Mr. Jno. F. O'Brien, Mr. W. Owensboro Messenger. T. Ralph, Mr. Robt. Wingate and Mr. II, Tho greatest local news gatheres J. D. Fitch, of Louisville. G. Craddock, Paris Kentuckian. ' Tho greatest humorist Jim Riefiard- A Woman About Town. son, Glasgow Times. Tho best head liner Walter Einmer-I Iiqar much, and read more absurd things about "Woman's Rights." I son, Louisvillo Times. The best printer J. D. Babbago think it simply horrid to hear all tho ean'ts about a womans right to appear at Breckinridge News. Tho best Kentucky news condenser tho polls, to occupy tho rostrum, tho pulpit, or the professor's chair, to prac- E. Polk Johnson, Frankfort Capital. Tho best business hustler John tice at tho bar, to write M. D. after her name, or to jostle men in the race of life. Gaines, Bowling Green Times. Tho bpst informed on Kentucky .polHer path is removed from theirs, and I would never have her to strugglo with iticsArthur Ford, Courier-Journa- l. Tho best on pen pictures Dan O'Sul-livamen in the broad glaring highway Sunday Critic. they aro called to tread, yet women Tho best all round country newspaper have rights dear and sacred, which thoy should guard as tho most priceless treas- man W. P. Walton, Stanford Interior ure of their sex; making of them holy, Jonrnal. Tho descriptive writer Bon Ridgely, duties, to tho performance of which every energy of her being Sunday Truth. Tho best informed on Public Schools should be consecrated. It is her right to make homes and llrcsides happy for J. J. Glenn, Madisonvillo Hustler. Tho best on Reminiscences Col. II. thoso sho loves ; to welcome them when tho toilsome day is over, with tender M. McCarty, Nicholasvillo Journal. Tho fairest and mos conservative words and bright smiles j to cheer, to consol, and strengthen their hearts. It Henry Woolfolk, Danvillo Advocate. Of tho greatest executive ability is her right to nurso tho sick and suffering, to smooth tho pillow and batho tho Bob Brown, Louisvillo Times. aching head, and to aid God's appoiuted Speaking about kidney and liver ministers in tho work of charity, to troubles Mr. James Bonnes. Girdles. I'lotho tho destitute, to visit thoso in Ky., says: "Last summer I suffered ufllictiou, and to aid tho desolate child- from pain in my back, and troublo with ren of poverty aud neglect. It is hor my bladder. I had to bo up frequently right to instill tho first important lessons at night, and my rest was not enjoyed. of truth into the hearts of her own child- I heard of Lightning Kidnoy and Liver ren as well as tho precious little ones Remedy, and purchased ono bottlo, and with whom she is thrown in contact at after taking same according to direcschool, Sabbath School and elsewhere. tions, I feel well. In fact, I can say it is "Thou mukt he true thyself tho best medicine that ever went down a If thou the truth would spc.ik ; human throat for kidnoy and liver disThy soul must cnerllow, If thou Another' soul would'st reach ease. For sale by all dealers. Vice-Preside- nt n. d Alas I that anything so good, so superior, so'exccllent, so above everything else for training children, should bo to costly for us to havo here in our own prosperous city. Al tho the land is full of voices clamoring for tho "proper training of children." When a child is no longer "only a llttlo animal" whon it has learned to smilo and speak and ask questions, and lift up tho light of an immortal soul for something to shine upon thon begins tho Kindor-garte- n training if it wero possible, thon aro learned. the great Mr. Taimage said whon asked tho question, whatand who is woman ? gave this definition. "Direct from God, a sacred and delicate gift withefiections so gn-a- t nothing short of tho Infinitivo God can tell their bound. Fashioned to refine and soothe and lift and irradiate homo and society and tho world.- Ot a value that you do not reallzo unless your mother lived long enough to let you know, or in some great oxigency of life when all other resources failed, you wero reinforced by n wife's faith in God, that nothing could disturb speak out, yo cradles and tell of tho feet that wicked you, and tho anxious face that hovered over you, speak out, yo homes now deso-o- r still in full bloom with tho fares of wife, mother and daughter and holp mo define what a woman is." life-ltsso- ITHE LJ.Addison ADDISON, HOW -Is fast drawing near and wo aro better prepared than over before to sorvo your wants. SV, 4 EASOI LUisoa amis, n. Don't Put Off Buying Your Holiday Goods until tho last few days, but mako your selections now while our Stock is Complete If they Our store is filled with practical demonstrations of genuine bargains do not go out liko "Hot Cakes" it will bo tho BUYERS FAULT NOT OURS. "Wo havo. a full lino of Toys, Games, Plush Goods, Oil Paintings, Bisque Figures, Vaces and all tho thousand and ono things that go tol mako up Santa Glaus' Pack. Presents for the grave and tho gay, tho old and tho young. chance for every ono to bo made happy. Prices to suit every purse You will find in our Grocery Department a full assortment of Oranges Lemons, Bananas, Coccanuts, Figs, etc. Candies of every description as well as a full stock of Staplo and Fancy Groceries. Como ono am all and see for yourselves that you get more for your money than nnj place else. Remember our motto "Quick Sales and Small Profits." . Don't for get the place L. D. ifflDGBG5S)8B(53j3fe ADDSION, ADDISON, KY. THE- - l" "I.VN lcK& l AGENCWarN A pamphlet of Information andab- toj L"nr.:, st? Me & A.. .ir. x'"""v iupirwn, icth ITtt.. yJLom ITIUNN a. CO. s.iua uronarrar. ,iiw ioric. !"''i 'ir"'!?"' ". In our show window will be given away tl the most popular Big Dol YOU WAWT OWE mEmBmmi OF THE Little (Jirl in tie City It needs the overflowing heart To gie the lips full speech." I notice that Parkland secured a Kindergarten School after much talk, energy, perseverance, and hard work. Tho opposition was finally overcomo by a few influential and wealthy ladies who in order to give it a start donated a sufficient sum to support tho school for a year or more. Why cannot our own lit-tl-o city follow tho oxamplo ? Tho main point argued against it hero is that it is too costly. Ono wealthy man said to mo, I am taxed heavily for tho public school and haven't had a child there for years. I said tohim that's right you nro helping to educato tho poor children of your Tho Christmas Wido Awako has been made by somo of tho brightest people in America: Mary E. Wilkins, Jessie Bon-to- n Fremont, Charlotto Perkins Steteon, Childo Hassam, Irving R. Wiles. John Mead Howells, Charlotte M. Vaile, Captain Curtis, U. S. A., Emilio Poulsson, Eleanor Lewis, Mrs. Maria Mcintosh Cox, Mrs. Harriot Maxwell Converse, L. J. Brigdman, Frances Courtonay Baylor, Lieut. Col. Thorndiko, Caroline Hunt Rilnraer, Charles Monte, E. II. Garrptt. Thcro is a great rango of story, ballad, and picture, all full of tho Chris-ma- s spirit. Wido Awako is $2.40 a year. D. Loth-ro- p Company: Boston. Under 12 years of age, who receives th cohset waists: greatest number of votes before noon Jackson Corsot Co. Christmas day. Voting ballots will be gr Jackson, Mich. en with every purchase, no matter ho LHUILO f wottr ifr U sv small. Customers will only be required and Rigid Corsets, aro They are approved by write the name of the little girl they voj dress makers, and for and deposit the ballot in the ballot b ommended by every luriy JACKSON OMIT MAD( CELEBRATED ' y TMC YlrfiJuHu rec- injr t that lias irorn them. SEITD FOE CIRCULAR. E. B. OSB0RN, Southern Agent, (Waiter Wanted. 00 RICHARDSON BLOCK, TENH. CHATTANOOGA, "A?fAKESISR-lvesinstftn- PILES relief and is an Infnlllbla Prlcojl. By prumristsormnll. Pnmplea free.Addreas'UNAKESIS" Box 8118, Now York City. Care for Piles. which will be opened by a committee, w) wiu cuuiiu me vuieb anu announce tne suit Christmas day. Vote for your f ayori . little girl. 11 JNO. D. B ABB AGE. Bkeokenridge News Supplement. 5RE.CKENRIDGE NEWS. WM PERSONAL. Jfather Honncsy wont to Cannolton Thursday. Thos. Adklsson, Irvington, wont to Owensboro Thursday. Geo. Jordan was at tho big firo in Louisville Wednesday. J. D. Gregory mado a business trip down tho road Wednesday. Tho presidents coach of tho 0. & 0. passed down over tho Texas Thursday. Tho minors at Victoria will bo paid theinwages twico a month now instead of onco as heretofore.- Rov. B. A. Geiger, will preach nt tho Baptist church tho l3 Jnst., morning and night. Miss Annlo Ireland was awarded a prizo by her teacher, Mrs. J. W. Meador, for memorizing tho most verses in her blbte class last Sunday at Skillman. James Petrio mine boss at Victoria has resigned his position to go into the Baloon business near that place. Ho went to Ilawcsvillo Thursday to mako application for licenso. Manager Skillman Bays everything is working nicely at tho brick plant and that they arc turning out somo very fine brick. Thoy aro making now from twenty to twenty-fiv- e thousand a day. Dr. J. M. Tydings, Louisville, passed down on tho train Thursday to Owensboro. Tho Doctor says Clovcrport has grown out of his knowledge. Ho used to live hero, his father occupying tho property now owned by W. H. Bowmer. Miss Rhoda Smith who has been Bick with consumption for bo long died last Wednesday morning at tho residonco of her siscr, Mrs. Elisha Collins. Miss Smith was about twenty years of ago and was a great sufferer. She was buried at tho old family burying grounds near Hite's Run. A New ITURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1891. Make at People are Doing and Talking About. 4 Many People Happy a Yon Caii ! a in City of Two Thousand Soulu. natural aly two weeks till Christmas. j received a pilo of letters to Claris 'nt that big doll in liabbago's show dow a beauty. e sure and sco if. K. iriiuys nico k of Christmas Goods. dzer's lamp display would do credit Louisville- 4th avo. store. io engine at tho citizens gas well has n sold to parties at Vanceburg, Ind. R. Murray has a beautiful speci- i of coral which ho found near !xdi- i Make them Happy with some suitable Gift from our stock of choice HOLIDAY sNO,VELTIES Which abounds in Dainty an DeiJ able presents for the JlT " ! I liss Brook Stephens who has been tho 1st of Miss Pearl Miller returned homo ', Lerdnv, f ho is tho most popular littlo Cast your ballot for i girl in city? her at bago's. ire. Fronio Allen, of Ilawcsvlllo, io up yestorday to see Mrs, Tierce is .very ill Ivery purchaso mado at Uabbago's on- js tho purchaser to cast a vote for his lcr favorite littlo girl. o you want a godd story paper. Try New York Ledger at 5 cents n week ivered, Babbago's flows Depot. Ifr. Thos. "Watkins, of Barren county, io over tp seo his sister, Mrs. D. Imbleton. He returns homo to-da- 1& kw V LV?. c.y tA. - 'sn3rf rw.m . . -- iurxtJ'iMteX''m "VWYfitsjjm lnx& m y.'. i&. . T. OLD AND YOUNG They fill the stockings without emptying the 'Jr. lis coming hero to open a drug store. wants to get back to his old town 'way. BVhat measures aro you taking to stop It cough? Let us suggest Dowitt's agh and Consumption Cure. It is in- lible. Sold by Short & Haynes. ohn W. Dent is nt Ilawcsvillo buying lacco for Smith & Hardy, Owonsboro. is paying $7 for leaf and lugs and has lght about 100.000 pouuds within the it three days. )o not fail to mako your purchases ly, also get ono of thoso nico Japa- o cups, thoy aro given with every chaso of two dollars and ovor. To bo Ind only at F. N. D'Huy's. ?. N. D'Huy's ripening of Christmas l)ds Thursday night was a grand suets and hundreds of people were on End to take it in. His storo was hand- Inely and artistically decorated for tho Lasion and a string band furnished tho isic.i KevcBrandon is to bo congratulated. Is new boll has arrived and is a good If our neighbors over at Hnrdins- rg will prick up their ears some fine libath morning thoy might hear its ap melodious tones wafted in that lection. Mrs. Jos. Mendor, Skillman, was in I) city Friday and renewed her sub- Mrs. Meador iption to tho News. L's sho can t get along w ithouttho News lis liko a letter from homo every week Id sho reads overy lino in it, even the Ivcrtuemcnts, J. if. LilgllUOOl, 01 iiaweBViue, bujh Jail for e. Tho Commissioners appointed by tho Court of Claims at a recent meeting met in Hawesvillo Thursday, for tho purposo of selecting plans and specifications for a new jail for Hancock county. McDonald Bros., Louisville, had a ropiescntativo thero with plans of tho jail they built in this county. If a jail is built tho samo plans will bo used. Tho Commissioners recommended that tho old jail and lot bo sold, and that tho new building bo located South of tho court-housThere is some opposition to a now jail being built, as thi-ralways is, but will not effect tho project, as wo understand a majority of tho court aro in favor of it. The question will bo decided in March when the court meets. e. e 1f$fr$Gi&-4- g PURSE 4M4& PIANO LAMPS, TABLE LAMPS, CHINAWARE, ? To look through our Splendid assortment is a Pastime To price the Goods is a Pleas 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 stand3 our splendid stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, You may cough and cough and cough nnd cough and cough but you will not, if you tako Do Witt's Cough and Consumption Cure Sold by Short & Haynes. SILVERWARE NOVELTIES, BRONZES, MUSICAL GOODS, Stop! Stop! Stop! AT THE BANKRUPT GLASSWARE, TOYS in endless variety, VELOCIPEDES, WAGONS, HORSES, BUGGIES, &c. To look at pur stock will be a glimpse of Fairy Lands. Every one is invited to see our stock. te Texas Doing a Big Freight Busi ness. Irhe OwenBboro Mqssenger of yesterday want vs: Ono hundred and ilvo carloads of You will find everything you : ight passed tho Texas depot yesterday to eat ling east, making it tho heaviest day SUGAR, COFFE, months. More than fifty cars aro ly- FLOUR, MEAT, in Henderson awaiting shipments. VEGETABLES, I train of twenty-twcars, loaded with CANNED GOODS, o STORE 'iMiwN jy " have received a choico lot of Japoncso Cups and Saucers, ill n nrncnntfld in ni'Arv flliatnmnr lillvinrr $9 DO MVirtli nnrl mmi- 'with any goods in our line, Cup and Saucer to each person as long as ' they last, to cash customers only. B-- .i.l.inl. Ike, passed going west. CIGARS, A Brilliant Affair. FIGS, iOno of tho most enjoyablo cntortain- RAISINS, ETC. ants of tho season was given Wedncs- In fact everything in the Ly night by Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smart, thoir spacious residenco on becond Grocery&Confectianery Line feet. It was another of thoso masquo- Ido parties which aro growing so popu-- . ReThankful for past favors. r in tins city, anu was given in nuiiur yi solicit you to call, we Walton Tho entiro affair was spectfully slr son, in waiting At 11 o'clock tho take great pleasure orilliant success. you. taken off and tho young peo- - upon asks were 0 w"eyo invited to partake of a dolight- Moorman ) lunch, served in perfect tasto and in Manager, way peculiar to tho charming hostess, x 1 TOBACCO, Mako your selections early to secure thes gifts (nono for sale.) ' .' The place to remember is F. N. D'HUY'S, double rooms, i CLOVERPORT, KY. K- J. E. '" '. ?$.. N Branch House, Hardinsburg, Ky. Bregkenredge News Supplement. SWEEPING 4 REDUCTIONS rztr From now until January 1st, 1892, we will offer our entire stock of Clothing- at - CLOTHING COST FOR CASH. Also a full line of aract r L C v )kZ2 L - Jacket CLOVEKPOET, K asEassn-;-- "s- -j-t We will save you. money. .' Call and examine before buying elsewhere. BOWMER & HAMBLETON, S.Vlldsl :aasa,,wp?r3?Tfc;.'ta.:ag grsresres'maT.TsggaraTK FRUIT GROWERS! Louisville, St Louis & .i :.- - . . S?X?3i5j Breckenridge sATntDAY, News. 12, 1601 . NOTICE, Texas RJ. Co. DKCKMHEK Mnko your orders by the 1st of October and no will furnish you any kind of In Hemoriam. James C. Brnshear, Nov. 25th, 1S91. This being the Bail anniversary of tlio death of our esteemed nnd beloved citizen, Jnmes C. Brnshear, and dwelling nvcr tlio sad fato of our dear departed friend, I am prompted to write the following lines: A loved one stood at duty's post, Anil strove to liftlc the hour; He salt! (his face lit up with smiles) I'm going home Hut nt't with smlllngllps wo Bay h a we bh.ill do ml E'rt tho cloe of tlmt bright day Our heads be bowed in sorrow. FRUIT "XIRJBnSS. SIvt-A-IiI. SCHEDULE TIME TaHliit; V.tlvci At 5;00 o'clck A. M. 3STO. 18. III I MI STOCK TREES, SHKTTBSi Wednesday July 20. '91 Eatt Hound TVrtin, ' , &C UVw Round 63 51 Twin A ZACK. GREEN, Manager llnrdinsburg Nunrry. UAHDINSllUnO, KY Expr's Expr's Dally 0 25pm U4U Mull STATIONS Expr's Expr'. Dally O.Ooprr. Mail 62 & SI Dally 7 45UU 8 00 8 41 8 43 9 00 9 OS 9 17 9 21 9 20 720 721 To Advertisers If you wish for our " Hook for Advertisers." A little study of that book will enable you to deefdo what you ought to do, and gl vo an Idea of the probable cost. nnd need instruction, nond ono dollar 7 47 767 8 07 811 817 8 8 8 8 27 37 47 53 931 'twill be Thanksgiving da)," Thus (peaking in n canlcst tunc, -With yon my bojs I cannot suy" "1 ur I .im going home." 'Ociing lioini." Just ono year ago, Tin sl ist and words wcro spoken lint c'rt the close of that sail day Some hearts wcro almost broken. I or Oh the morrow nover camo To ce his earthly home. Hi- - gmtle spirit took Its (light I p to the heavenly throno t Oh ' ilent shadowy stream or death On thy dark billows lay 1 onvtr launched, a snowy barque To licir some soul away. Sointtimes the morn brings happy thoughts, To make the heart so gay mid light Hut u hen the day has pasted away. Oft sorrow cometli with the night. And ct the sun will spread his beams To (jnet the morn so gladly, And kmithc pure clear crystal streams Tli t run on wild and madly. When Oh ? how quick n change can be When thunders rn.ir to fierce a'iul luud The golden sun no longer sec, Hut in his place an angry cloud, l'oor hopeful hearts, so like the miu, May seem as bright and gay, When disappointment as a cloud Overshadows ecry ray. A FIUEMI on know I to advertise 9 41 9 52 Oil 9 21 9 40 9 61 10 01 005 1000 1010 1015 10 23 Dally Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 1 00 Kentucky St. 12 45 West Point 12 05 12 02pm Howard Ilock Haven 11 15.un Long llranch 11 38 llrandenburg 11 29 Meade Springs 1125 1119 Ekron 1111 Gutton 1102 Irvlngton 10 6J Webster 10 45 Lodlburg 1035 Tierce Stcphensport Addison Holt Clovcrport Sklllman Ilawesvllle I'etrie Falcon Lcwlsport Powers Owcnsboro Mattlngly Stanley Wortlilngton Snottsvfile Jlasketts & Caycc Shops 860 8 8 7 7 7 7 05 02 47 40 31 27 Is all in and the public is cordial invited to visit us every day froi now until Christmas and inspei JNO. D. BABBAGE, Headquarters for Snrita Claul 715 665 8 43 6 40 6 31 72J Staple 10 30 1015 10 01 925 930 1027 1030 10 44 10 60 1023 1018 967 9 44 9 33 9 20 9 20 9 15 9 09 8 61 8 37 8 27 If you instruct u? to place a certain amount of advertising for you In tho way wo think will do you tlio most Rood, you should Bend nn explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and raako Kultablo arrangements for payment. Your order will then reecho all tho attention that It requires. 1100 1111 1010 1018 1021 10 28 1118 11 11 11 620 618 013 610 667 S63 6 40 6 30 515 611 6 05 4 48 JrCjj 1031 10 CO 21 29 35 622 1102 1111 112.1 1152m 12 07pm If you wisb zvrj advertijerrjept prepared nnd n plan of advertising marked out ; to he told what papers you should uso, anil what tho cost will he, we will furnish tho advertisement and tho plan cither or both, and submit them for your consideration, together with our bill for tho service. 12 30 . 1131 12 40 1140 101 1163 1205pm 111 1220im 1 25pm 1210 1227 l'atcs , 815 8 00 7 65 7 37 7 29 435 425 4 13 4 0'. 365 3 37 3 29 ar.llcnders'n It 715im 315pm W GET THE BEST. Lou!svIMe,Hardfnsburg TAKING Western R.R, 3, No. 2 TIME TABLE. For preparing EFFECT JULY 21), 1891. aIvertiserr)ei)t?t electrotypes and estimates tho advertiser iys us. For tho expense of placing advertisements nnd watching th fulfillment of contracts wo. iiiui'um ut ucuiuuiisBiuuuiiuwiMl lyy tho publisher of tho paper la whlc iuu uuvcruBcmcm appears. West Hound Trains East Hound Trains Dally Daily Dally Daily ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun No. 6 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 1130un Lv Irvlngtdn Ai 9 30am 8 35 12 10pm Garfield 12 25 12 42 Tho Hest is good enough for this discriminating child. Tho Beet is onough for tho man who rcspecta himsolf and loves his family. Such a manl wnj'B wants tho Best Groceries, and buys them of knowing that ho always keeps tho Host that the market affords and retails them proper prices. :r,. ei. :M:oo:R,:M:.A.:rr, Dr. Acker's English Pills. Are active, effective and pure. For sick headache, disordered stomach, loss of nppetito, bad complexion and biliousness, they have nover been equaled, cither in America or abroad. For Sale byG. "W. Short. Clovorport, Ky., and Wilt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. and outs of advertising without any cost or trouble, read PitiNTEns' Ink regularly, carefully, studiously; Issued weekly, 82 a year. If you wish a complete catalogue of nil newsnnners. send 5 for thn AmiTl- can Newspaper Directory. For any runner Information address 1ns If you want to lean? all tho 118 148 165 2 15pm 130 260 3 02 314 4 ltardlnsburg Kirk Jolly Glendcane Dempster ar FallsUoujrli lv Kuth Askins Oaks ArFordsvilleLv KocKvnle llarned 815 760 715 I05 6 44 034 014am 6 64 529 5 21 329 00pm 600 4 45am THOROUGHLY Cor. the wiua: LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, GEO. P. ROWELL Newspaper Advertising 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW 6-- Bureau, YORK. C.t A trial convinces tho most Bkoptical. Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho tasto. Do Witt's Cough and Consumption Curo is a valuable remedy. Sold by Short & Rates $2.50 Per Day. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. ,- -j RENOVATED AND IMPROVJ Court-Ho- d Ilayncs. a. w ones, j.j. tullivan, J. u Margliall, W. R. LOGAN, V Manag (Jlerks.