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Examine the Label paper and ee how you'Hifcp .i.m.l. TliU is not nut in tile liapc of a dun, lor we don't need money, but the fellows we owe do, and we'll like to atlly them. On thl wk VOL XVI. . V V V V . NO. 21. Ours is not the Greatest Show on Earth, But it is the Greatest Show In this town. Now Little Boys and Girls don't you see Santa Claus with his immense ' TniUMPH OF THE ALTO. Bhe Know the Soprano Would Hare to Oct u Screen to Keep the Fllea Out. "From till envy, hatred nnd malice, j Photographing a Ilubbio. EVERY MONTH Shown a gratifying increase in tlto amount of Excliango and Custom work wo aro doing, and EVERY DAY .Brings encouraging words from our ' customers They invariably say -- ''Give me some more of the same kind' lf ' . And that is what wo aro doing fast as possible If you havo not tried us, do bo at once, and supply your-sowith tho . Best Elour AND -:- - -- 1 4 Meal Wo Manufactured in tho state. promptly any day in tho Borvo you week. If you want to buy Flour or Meal, Bond us your ordors. Prices quoted on application. (lying cannon balls, flashes of ' dghtnlng and the shifting spectral lines good Lord, deliver us," slowly continued if rovolvtng double stars havo been suo- rcsstiilly photographed, tho airy soap tho minister. "Good Lord, deliver us," echoed tho bubble has furnished u stumbling block congregation. that tho scientific photographer has hud It was it day of triumph for tho so- great difllculty in surmounting. Lord Haylcigh, in a lecture boforo tho lloynl prano of tho choir, All tho city folks who wero passing Institution of London, said that for tho summer In cool Berry villo were in Eomo timo it had been his ambition to tho congregation, and tho nlto, her photograph a soup bubblo in tho net of deadly enemy, had such u cold that sho breaking Ho anticipated great difllculty becaueo could not sing n noto. So sho soared aloft in highest notes of ho know the timo occupied in the disapgladsome praise, while the unfoitunte pearance of a breaking bubblo must bo alto sat upon tho back bench in tho but a small fraction of u second. Whoever has watched a brilliant soap choir loft, consumed with envy that oven bubble burst knows how instantaneously her dampest tears could not quench. "Glory be for evcrmorel" droned the it vanishes Lord Uaylcigh thought it might take of u second, basa with gusto. "Glory bo for evermorel" shrilled tho but by repeuted experiments ho found that the time occupied in the disappeartenor with fervor. Then tho soprano took it up, took up ance of the iridescent lilm was not moro of a second. tho glad strain, "Glory bo forever-morel- " than one To catch and picture a vanishing film Took it up and held it fondly; took it up and played with it among tho between the instant of its breaking nud lower notes. Snatched it again from the that of its complete extinction proved u deeps nud ran up tho vocal scale with it most difficult undertaking, but it was in her tcoth, throwing it out above the accomplished. Some persons may think that it would heads of tho enraptured congregatio-- f nnd catching it again before it could be equally difficult to photograph a strike bottom, us sho swept up tho bcalu lightning flash, but it must be recollected and over the measures in triumphant that lightning makes an intensely vivid joy. It was a day of triumph Tor her impression, while tho soft reflection of a eoap bubble is evanescent, even in tho indeed. Again sho took up tho fervid cry, bright glare of an electric spark. From printing tho imago of tho flying' "Glory bo foruvermoro!" Striking the edgo of a broken bubblo in tho lowest note in lu;r compass, sho gloriousof a second to disclosing tho ly rolled up tho chromatio scale with tho pram of victory up up up with Jier existence ot great nebula' in tho heavens 6wayiug head far back, tier straining by the cumulative effect of several hours eyes half closed, Iter mouth round nud of continuous exposure, tho modern open with the full crescendo of the photographic pbte is performing muny wonders iu behalf of science, nnd provpouring flood of melody. Up up and higher, till the air quivered ing Itself one of the most powerful means in unison and thu souls of tho listeuon at man's disposal to unlottk the secrets lost themselves iu ecstasy. Up tip-- up of niituro. Youth's Compaulon. totes, I three-hundredt- h three-hundred- th up-hi- gher After running horses, jumping nth- - Imd of:- Si These were all unloaded at our store. Tell your mamma and papa where to find him. I they don't know the place show them this Coach and four. Houp-l- a ! Clear the track and let Old Santa pass. Jno. D. Babbage, Headquarters for Santa Claus, CLOVERPORT, ICY. Respectfully, IRVfNGTOH MILLING CO., IRVINGTON, KY. Then suddenly, without warning: " Yeuch yeuehl Chow-uc- h uch uch Her voice broke into n choking gasp. a thin, reedy wheeze, ft horiible, eye staring gurgle she turned black in the faco and fell backward into the choir chairs behind tho gteeu curtains iu front of the loft Tho minister glare I wildly from his place, hanging over tho pulpit's edgo. Tho entire congregation roso as one man to leap upon tho pew seats nnd strain into tho unknown horror with !" Tho peoplo's remedy for tho euro of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Croup, Influonza, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption, is Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, tho old relinble. Price 23 cents. To promptly nnd permanently euro rheumatism or neuralgia uso Salvation Oil. Price 23 cents. A Man KRIS KRINGLE'S TALLY HO! COOK STOVES. No. 7, E. C. Bandage, Man'r. .a, ,v f With a Broken Neck. bursting eyes. Santa Clans rRpcIt 'Bottom & Co. Tho Press representative dashed out tho sido door on u dead run for tho telegraph ofllce to wire iu tho death of a choir singer from a unrated blood vessel. When from tho deathly stillness which hung over tho fatal loft cajue a hissing whisper that stung thefarthest ear dish- -I Swallowed it, did she? Indeed! I told her once that if sho would open her mouth liko that iu tho summer timo sho'd havo to get u screen door to keep tho ilies out! Why don't some one chunk her in tho back ouco or twjce?" V It wua tho alto's voice. Saint Nicholas finds the hoys and girls of this neighborhood have been so extremely good, that he despairs of being nble to reward thein all in person. So he hasformed a temporary partnership with our firm. We are the "Co" in the concern. He has rrnwded our store with myriads of things dear to juvenile hearts, and Insist only that we name -- tinctly. "Ah Prices-:- - .f - In addition to toys and goods in general, we show nn endless prolusion of sensible and elegant gifts goods fur people of all sorts, and purses of nil degrees of fatness' Weshouldlikc a chance to show them to you. Popular inuvlcal toys at all prices, ioc. ice China sets for little maids l'lu.h goods at lair prices. photo albums f$ 34, 49, 74, and 90c. I'ine Dolls without end 5, 10, and 16c. St'c our French bisque dolls 35 in. long 34P. worth l$c. "From envy, hatred and malice, good Lord, deliver us!" Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. What is it makes Gcorgo Edmunds so cool nnd plncid, nud how does ho do Tho daily papers in tho Inrgo cities nnd nil tho medical journnls nro making a grcnt deal of noise nhdut a German in Pliilnhclphia who continues to llvo with n broken neck. It is claimed thnt this is tho only case known to scionco. Nick r; IIocko", tho McIIenry agent of tho broko his neck threo years ago and is now nlivo nnd well, Ho has hud a light steel frame mndo, in which ho carries his head." Ho is nb"lo to go whoro ho plcnses, nnd makes his living by selling pnpers nnd other light work. His neck gives him little or no pain, though there is no doubt of its being broken. Owcnsboro Messenger, Mcs-songe- Four Cap Step Stove with 22 pieces of ware Four Cap Box Stove with 22 Pieces of ware JiEHSLEY. JOLLY & - - $6.50 57.50 No. 7, ATTENTION STOP and RRAD. ! Having associated Mr. John DcJernetto with us in our business, wo tender our thanks to our friends for tho kindness shown us, and earnestly solicit your patronago in tho future It will be our full purposo to please all with GOODS and PRICES. V- -. - OeJtlETTE, Come to See Us When You Come to Town HEATING STOVES. Drum or Sheet Iron Barrel Franklin Atlanta Nice Parlor - ! Cement, Lime, FURNITURE Sixteenth Century Bedroom Suit . Threo pieces for Sixteenth Century Bedstead for Solid Oak Bureau A & Briok, Salt, Hensley, Jolly & PypDT THE INTRUDER.- -? d J 1 Lj L Ld That disease is propaT Superior French bisque dolls, dressed, a. 74c. worth $1.35. Wood playthings, pleasing and durable, China curls and saucers u. 34 and 35c. French China sets, cup, saucer and plate a, 49c. worth 75c, An endless variety of dainty China' novelties a. 5c. Fine toilet soaps, 6 cakes in box. a, ioc, per box, 4pc. Water set with hammered brass waiter a, ' 99c. worth 11.50. Elegant cut glass cruet set with trny a. 99c. worth i.a. Superior cut glass castors a, 49, 74c, and f 1.00 worth twice the money. Glass syrup mugs nsst. styles, a, 10c. worth 3C. Asst. styles of hue glass bowls, with and With. out covers onlv ioc. Sec our drummer sifters worth 35c, anywhere, -- 1 nnlv 10c. A largo line of chamber sets in F'rench, China hand painted and tine decorated goods at popular prices. Also an elegant line ot French decorated China tea and dinner sets at all prices. A good hair brush, a good cloth brush only ioc. I.lnen picture books for the little ones a, 5, and ioc. Our ioc. leader, 34 sheet paper and 34 envelopes In decorated box only ioc. Sec our large crystal glass pitcher only 10c, worth 1 Several nsst. styles French plate hand mirrors n. 5 and ioc. Don't forget that our 5c. and ioc. : 35c. Counters; 111 Are loaded with bargains to numerous to mention, Ve have a big stock of fine Imported silk u hand luinted goods, stripes and checks, and nil the newest shades at rock bottom prices, l.udlcs and Gent's fine Imported linen handkerchiefs. In plain, white, hemstitched and borders Fine silk umbrellas with new style handle at popular prices. A large line of German linen towels, linen throws in nsst. styles. A fine line of white anil colored table linens. Ask to see these goods, at prices to please. XIoIBinj: Onr stock ill this department was never excelled for quality, styles and low prices. Should you want any thing in the clothing line, we can nleaie you, both in styles, quality and prices. Try us. Bre55 uood5 Our variety of dress goods is immmensc. We have all the popular new styles, trimmings, etc. Boots, Shoes 23 I(uLLers Do you need shoes or boots or rubbers of tiny kind, stylo or quality ? Call and see us, we are headquarters for all kinds of shoes, and at lowest prices. Don't for get the place. such deep thinking? It is becauso ho nover allows himself to bo hnrnssed with Ho takes Dr. Bull's Cough colds. Syrup, ho does. Sold everywhere for 25 cents. Dialers say thoy cau't sell any other liniment since the introduction of Salvation Oil. Wuter Murks of tlio Hurly l'nper Makers. Tho first water mark on record was tho coat of arms of a town. Tho early paper makers wero not slow to adopt this idea In Impressing upon their sheets tho device of the place where their mill was situated. For Instance, the coat of arms of the village of Rives, a dolphin, Is u common mark on old papers. This mark Is still in use today. Tho first uso of the water mark then was hs n signature or emblem to point out the place of manufacture and to recommend the ma, terial. For nil that, certain of these emblems were used by different makers, and oven in different countries, with slight variations "brlsures," as they aro called in heraldty which wero evidently not accidental, but intentional. The letter "P," used by numberless makers, Is a good water mark to take as nn example, since we find that not only is then an endless variety of forms of tho letter In the product of different mills, but that tho same maker modified flio "brisures" of tho letter on different qualities of his paper. Another uso of tho wuter mark is moro evident still. Tho names of tho principal sizes of "papier vergo" havo been handed down to us, and the whole of these havo suggested water marks. Rising from the smallest sheet to tho largest, tney uro as follows: Bell, pot, ecu (n threo frauc piece), crown, shell, grape, largo grape, jesus, great eaglo and great world. The slzo "jesus" wii3 indicated by the letter "j," tho rest by their emblems. In the Fourteenth and Fifteenth conturies the members of each trado guild were compelled to mark their merchandise with the seal of their guild. Paper Record. gated by tho innumerable- microns, germs, etc., which fill tho air wo brentho nnd tho water we drink, there can bo no question. These microbs nttnek tho human body nnd breed poison in ninny slinpes. Recent experiments read boforo tho congress of surgeon at Berlin leave- no doubt thnt tho way to clear tho system of theso germs is to force them out through the pores of the skin. S. S. S. does this in tho most efficient way. It deans them out entirely, and tho poison ns well. Mr. F. Z. Nelson, a prominent and wealthy citizen of Fremont, Nebraska, suffered for years with Scrofula, and it continued to grow inorso in splto of all Finally, four bottles of treatment. Swift's Specific cured him. Ho writes: "Words are inadequate- to express my grntitudo nnd fnvornblo opinion of Swift's Specific. Trcntlso on Blood nnd Skin diseases mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Gn. - 2.00 2.25 13.50 3.50 $2.25 up. S Flue Tiling. DeJernette. M tplTivU Kfl SPECIAL FOLDING BEDS, PLUSH COUCHES, PARLOR CHAIRS,Plush Trim. RRCKERS, ROCKERS. HENSLEY, JOLLY & DoJERNETTE. - S 2. 50 HENSLEY, JOLLY & DeJERNETTE. Buggies, Wagons, Boors 0 Sash, Flows, Lumber. good sett of Chairs for Hens ley, Jolly $9.00 S2.00 a DeJernette. FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE W "Wo HARDINSBUKG, KENTUCKY. aro now closing out our lino of IXIUDEIS SUMMER LAWNS AND below cost. AIL things go choap for cash, and especially our EOB HARRY GUENTHER , 401-40- 7 & BBO.. East Main St., A ISli; IniM'Ot. The biggest insect of its kind In the world Is the Hercules beetle of South America, which grows to bo six Inches In length. It Is said, whether truthfully or not, that grent numbers of theso creatures are sometimes seen on tho mammuea tree, rasping the rind from tho sleuder brunches by working around them with their horns until they cause tho juica to How. This juice they drink to intoxication, nnd thus fall senseless to the ground. Now York Journal Wo'vo heard of n womnn who paid sho'd walk fivo miles to get a bottlo of Pierce's Favorito Prescription if sho couldn't get It without. Thnt womnn hnd tried it. And it's a medicine which makes Itself felt in toning up tho system and correcting irregularities ns booh us its uso is begun. Go to your drug store, pay n dollnr, gel n bottlo nnd try St try n second, nnd n third if necessnry. Boforo tho third ono's beon taken you'll know that there's n remedy to help you. Then You'll keep on nnd n euro '11 come. But If you shouldn't feel tho help, should bo disappointed In tho resultsyou'll find n guumnteo printed on that'll get your tho bottle-wrappmoney back for you. How many women aro thero, who'd rather hayo tho money than health? And "Favorito Proscription" produces health. "Wonder is that there's a womnn willing to Buffer when there's u guaranteed remedy In tho ncurest drug store. er GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC, "Wo lEIsTO -IIsrES: From I to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL 4 - must closo them out by fall to give room for our FOUNDRY I Mr. A. B. Davis, VALUABLE DISCOVERY I of Davis Bros., at Areola, Miss., Is a great bolioyor in BRANDENBURO, KY. tho virtue of S. S. S. Ho writes, that ho was nfllictcd with one of tho worst cases of blood poison known to tho human race, and after going through quite n long treatment, finally resorted to 8. S. S., nnd ho is proud to sny that ho has H. Elder Haggard, W. D. Euwelh, beon entirely cured, nnd tho diseaso Norman Lockyer, George Meildltb, thoroughly eradicated from his system. Uenan Doyle, Andrew Lung, Hark Twain, Bt. George Mlvirt, Ho sends thanks to tho company for J. Chandler Harris, Eudysrd Kipling, their vnluablo discovery, nnd says thnt William Black, B. Louli BteTenion. to tho world. For conit is a God-senHarjE.-WllklnW. Clark Bnnelli tagious blood poison 8, S. 8. is truly a 1'rancei Uodgion Burnett. specific. Very fow cases havo over reAnd many other distinguished writers. sisted Its curative properties, and np ono suiToriug from this diseaso or other blood In tho poison should neglect to give It a fair la tho greatest Sunday Nowspapor trial. Wo will mall a special trentment world. on contngious blood poison to nil. who Price 5o. a copy. By mail $2 a year. npply for It free. 'Addrewu SWIFTSPECIFIO CO., Atlanta, Gn. Till! NUN, New York. 5EO. YEAKEL & CO. A Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. " 11 Kcop in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Lcathor Bolting, Wo expect to handlo a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, We havo on hand also, a splondid lino of Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. BQT PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. Como in and givo us a trial, and got a bargain in something Correspondence solicited. you nood boforo this opportunity is gone " NR STOCK OF GOODS. AND MACHINE u BUSINESS. Drugs and Patent Medicines. Respectfully, Wt mvt. WITT SVSEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. a-IV- E TJS .A. OAJLiTj. "V Has secured duringl892 THE OLD KELIABLE t. d The Sunday Sun T. J. MORRIS, SHOP BOOT '-SHOE IS cry writ. TIRED FEELING, IASTES RIGHT TO YOU LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, NOTHING ? Tf on Vinw n Kfl rnn VinHln nt T.V.'MCftJ OHILL TONIO nnd seo what a change it will mako. This Tonic Is not only tho Surest Remedy for Chills, but ns a Blood Purifier nnd Appot sor Is uneounlcd. Floasant as lemonndo. Ghildrea. Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulnto tho Liver and Bowels. Mild nnd Try tho Monnrch shirt. stom-acofTcc-tiv- h, o. IRVINGTON, KY. I havo recently bought out McGlothlan Bros., Bootand Shoo Shop of this pjaco, and am now proparod to do any and all kinds of work in T. J. MORRIS. that lino. I invito my old friends to givo mo a call. EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. . For Sale by A. R. FISHER, CLOVERPORT, KY. mS'T',... ',4JHHiififflnKwan!7nwivS 33& ftiEf ;v , Lfc.-i- .j . . Breckenridge INO D. & News. 10. 1891. GOD BLESS THE LITTLE CHIL DItEN. WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBElt Hear Them In Their Innocent Prattle Ono of Them. The ehildicn, as will bo seen from tho following letters, linvo taken advnntago of our offer to give them a corner in tho VIIIOIL O. IJAHIJAGK, Kdltora nnd Proprietors. and Reward Every Headquarters for Holiday Goods. jpas53!22-S3i'j Ii.,.St. I,. A;T. Local Tlmo !nrd. Mall and Express going East " " " Weat Express " East '" " Weit Loca. freight Eat " " Weit 10.01 10.44 5.67 94 11.19 10.0& a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. Those now $2.00 certificates nro in am1892. I ple thno for tlio work to bo done In Dumxo tlio past year 0,320 persons wero killed and 29,034 injured on railroads. CoxonrasvAX, Montgomery, stood by News to mako known their wants to Santa Claus. Thoy mnko mighty interesting reading and hero's hoping ovory ono of them will bo rewarded and that thciriittlo stockings willnotbo near largo enough to hold tho many good things old Santa Claus hrs in Btoro for them. jno original tenure win uoiurncu over to a committee, who will award the prizes. WitntMiiltcHI Live I) on ltoy. Clovcrport, Ky., Doc. 9, 1891 Dear, good eld Santa Clause I thought aa mama ti busy 1 would write and tell you what I want Please bring mo a velocipede, a jumping Jsck and a real lite little donkey. I will be a good boy and mind mamma. I am sleepy and mutt close. Kits the baby for me. Chas. Payntcr. p h S2-B-- I- HOLIDAY GIFTS. Neckwear, Gloves, Umbrellas, Canes, Furs, Collars, Shirts, Suspenders, Shoes, lints, etc.. for Men, Boys nnd Children, nnd(i Shoes for Ladies at 10 per cent, (j lower nnco man nny otlior liouso rf r, in uiu m l ... tl.n If udi. Tt Auy now. uoiqo nnd get tho biggest holiday bar- rrftlnn nf vnnr 1!fn sim k.!a - jv jl o .siivi ui nijiu iur l catalogue. (8) H: w- i HOLIDAY ijjl 534SNj4 GIFTS, jffl Hunting Coats nnd Boots, Hid ing Suits, Working Suits, Dress Suite, Waterproof Coats, Dressing Gowns, Smoking Jackets, Underwear of ovcry grade, Wlilto Shirts, Flannel Shirts, in fact everything that Men, Boys and Children wear. Send for illustrated catalogue. MI m Are still in town with a full line of "-- -'' CLOTHING, OQ HATS and CAPS. BOOTS and SHOES, And a complete stock of Crisp for Sjicnker and liis constituents will'doubtlcss think tlio better of him for it. . The city of Ilendorson under n lato decision of tlio Supremo Court will collect taxes on tho bridgo over the river.nt that point. Gov.-IIogg- &ri w . Men'5 prices. Overco Hooka Her I wout you titvorllc. , of Texas, will call an extra WoiiH Peep. session of tho Legislature in March for Dec. 9, 1891 Dear, awect, Santa Clause tho purpose of electing a United States Senator. It. Q. Mills it is thought will I now scat my tired littlo self down to write to you, and tell you what I want you to bring me bo elected. Cloverport, Ky., Dec. 5,1891 Dear Santy to bring me what you thlnk belt. Though booka are my favorite. Your Friend, Elisj May. Tho Mammoth's Overcoats nnd Suits arc celebrated throughout Kentucky for their hnndsomo appearance nnd low i Children's $1.39, S1-09- Overcoats com-fortablo 0 w 03 As tho assembling of tho Legislature approaches wo chargo tho members not to forget James E. Stono for Clerk of the y House. Ho is ono of tho best readers, and all round clerks in the State. to-da- Please bring me a 10 cent gun and a velocipede I will go to bed enrly arid wont peep one bit. Olve my lovo to your wife and children and remember your littlo friend. Emmett MatUngly. iieo.-iu- Tun messago of President Harrison to tho Congress of tho United States was published to tho country last week. It was a carefully prepared document and treated extensively of the condition of our public affairs. v , littlo boy please aend me a rocking horso, french harp and a fiddle, then I wilt remember you whon I am older. Youra truly, Eddy Wilson. A Good Hoy ami V.nny IMcumccI. Tar Fork, Ky. Dear Santa Clause 1 want WonU forget Him. isvi usir santa Ulaui i nin four yoara old, and I want you a to HA8 purchases a good warm working overcoat Purchases an $7.48, S898 extra heavy Overcoat or Ulster, fit for any gentleman to wear. $10.08 ".OS, $11.98, . $24.08, gives you choico of very elegant Overcoats and Ulsters from Pechheimer, Goodkind & Co's., celebrated stock ; equal to any on earth for tbo money. S8-48 $2.98. 82.75, for very Overcoats in attractivo styles for boys from 4 to 13. S500 for choico of tra good Overcoats ; ago 4 to - $3.00 0 Gent's -- 03 13. Snort Si 49 v Pants Suits 'f1'98! for gd heavy short pants Suits; ago 4 to 14, P : Furnish i no :- - MEN'S Suits. SUITS . ' m Giover. her husband. Mr. Cleveland, as plain This is a habit quite common among a largo number of women in tho land, to call their husbands by their first name, but it never sounds well. It is said that Mrs. choico of a S.98, gives $4.98 'large variety you warm winter of Cleveland nddiesscs IVv Tun firo in Louisvillo last week was tho most destructive that has occured thcro for years. Eight largo business houses and their contents wero completely destroyed. In addition to tho liiferewicit In IIU Health. property fifteen or twenty persons lost Clovcrport, Ky., DCc. 7, 1891 Dear Santo their lives. Claus I will write you a few lines this mornTlio Lebanon Enterprise's attack on a ing I hope you are well I will tell you what I want I want a big doll and a set of china certain Congressional candidato in its dishes and a paina and a gold ring dont get it district is a Gross error. Jack Gross' to big and sumo nuts and orango and some ambition is a worthy one, and a manly candy nnd a doll bupgy and a littlo aafe. one, and ho would make a splendid ConMaggie Lewis. gressman. Tlio Enterprise's objections Pupa Hud lienor Pay Up. should bo on a higher piano than those Brandenburg, Ky., Nov. 27, 1891 Dear already formulated. Glasgow Times Santa Clause The always editor of tho Stanford Interior Journal, commenting on tho effort of tho Lebanon Enterprise to make light of Hon. A. J. Gross as a Congressional aspirant, says : "Tho Enterprise must admit, however, that Gross is tho peer of its present in every particular and will sizo up pretty well with any other man in tho Fourth District." This is the truth precisely stated. Gross is not a dude, and that may exclude him from the favor of somo people, but that ho is a man of brains no ono who knows him will deny. In this respect, as well as in other important particulars which might ho mentioned, ho is infinitely tho superior of the present Iteprcscntativo from tho Fourth District. Maysvillo Commonweal. level-headed JJcpre-scntati- you to bring me somo (hooting crackcra and pistol and anything you have to aparo mo, I am 8 yoara old and will bo glad of anything you bring me. Papa and mama think I am a good boy nnd I know I would Ilko to bo good so you will bring mo aomething. last Christ-mu- s I was in a city, I slept up stairs in a great big house Hut hud no chimney and I was afraid you could not find mo, but you did. I thank you so much for what you have brought me. Ivan E. Dates. 88,98' 89'98 Suits extra wo11 Suits made and finished. 98 in all the fashionfrom SILOS to $24. able styles. Handsome gifts for our customers. $7.98 ' warmly lined. fcg $4, 5, gives mothers choico of our seven hundred short pants Suits in great variety and ovory stylo. Boy's and Men's warm Winter Caps, in heavy Beaver Cloth, Chinchilla and fur. Boy's Children's, Men's and Ladies' Shoos at tho lowest prices ever named in Louisvillo. Don't buy until you havo examined our goods aiid prices. Wo can and do savo you 25 to 40 per cent, on ovcry articlo you buy. ' Goods 03 b Q TJ I? you want bargains don't fail to call on us. forget the Pumpkin Racket.. N With every S2.00, pur-; chase you get guess at the 22.50 Dresser. Dpn'fc 0 0 ID V- - KLEINHANS & SIMONSON, Mammoth I born la Shoe and Clothing Co., Market Street, bet. 4th and 5th, LOUISVILLE, KY. that tho reason? Well, Dear old Santa, o xr rr l, ei is 321&. -- sr Kh Will you pleaso bring me n pistol and a double barrel shot gun just like papa's, and a bank for my money I have got $1.00 and papa owea mo eight dollars that he aaya no win pay aa soon aa be sells his dog. nnd I want somo candy and nuta and figa nnd oranges and bannas and a littlo box of cap's for my pistol, and I want a little hamer and a watch and that ia nil. I am a boy 7 yeara old Claude Fairleigh Hardin. Not too Old, Thank You. I hope you will get along nicely during Chrlst I will hang up my maa, with nil your work. stocking on tho bod post and go to sleep nnd shut my eyos tight J will not look indeed I wont. Well I will close wishing you a happy Chrlitmas with much lovo your dear I An Arrcctlaiiuto Appeal. Lodiburg, Ky.. Dee, 5, 1891 Mr. Santa Claua, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Friend, Pleaso bring roe a Doll and some candy and nuta, and if you please bring me a ring your loving lit- 110 S'rl. Dollio II. Claycomb. Lodiburg, Ky., Deo. 5, 1801 My DearSnnta Clauae I'leaao bring me a platol and capa a drum and aonio candy and nuts. Your friend Crayton Claycomb. A Little Friend, Lula Harris. AVaiitu a Piano. Miorl anil to tlio 1'oiiit. inlluence was folt largely in the last Presidential campaign. Tlio members far and wide made a great demand for more pensions nnd with tho promiso that all of them should share a portion of the Government's bounty, thoy Hocked as one man to Harrison. Thoso promises havo been largely if not fully met. Tho last Congress bears tho namo of tlio most extra-vagebody ever assembled at tho Nation's Capital having expended a billion of dollars of the people's money. Now comes tho notico of another annual encampment of the G. A, It. to bo held at Washington in 1892, just upon tho evo of tho next Presidential election. What does it menn ? It means that the country must again bo carried for Harrison nnd tlio Republican party. AVill they do it. Well, wo shall see. nt Irvlnglon, Ky., Dec. 0, 1891. Mr. Santa Clam Dear friend It baa bin aoino tlmo alnco organization. Democrats of tlio I heard from you I thought I would write you South favored it as a means of bringing a few lines to let you no that I have knot fortogether tho old soldiers of both armies, gotten you and nover will, well when Christ-tna- a eve cornea in to bed I must Creep and lato thnt their conditions might bo bettered In the night when we all are a sleep you mutt and tho existing animosities partially, if not altogether wiped out. Tho organi- be certain to Coino ao my atocklncs I prepare zation has .grown, despite the concila-tor- y and hang them close to the chimney with care ao good by and como wet are dry loving friend. measures first adopted, into a rank Johnle JJ. Hendrlck. political machine. Its non-politic- al Tun G. A. It. started on its mission in this country a few years ago as a Voiimr l'oct. A man who has practiced medicine for 10 years, ought to know salt from sugar : read what lie says : Tolkdo, O., Jan. 10, 1887. Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co., Gentlemen : I havo been in tlio general practice of medicino for most 10 years, nnd would say that in all my practico and ex perience havo never seen a preparation thnt I could picscribo with as much confidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you. Have prescribed it a great many times and its effect is wonderful and would say in conclusion thnt I havo yet to find a caso of catarrh that it would not cure, if they would tako it according to directions. Yours Truly, L. L. GOItSUCII, M. I)., Office, 215 Summit St. Wo will give $100 for nny caso of catarrh that can not bo cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. F. J. Cheney t Co., Props., Toledo, O. ffi"Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Notice. Tho shooting of fireworks other than firecrackers, is positively forbidden within tho city Jimite unless under tho river O. O. hank towards tjwator. iar'R.'l5.Pjnicn,M. talk every day about you nnd wonder if you will forget to come I am so afraid you will, for Mama saya you havo been sick a great deal nnd aho ia afraid you will bo too poor to como Will iiantr llnr stocltiiiffon n l'ott tills year, now I do hope this will not be the case for my Papa has been sick most all tho and Sloop Tight. Brandenburg, Ky., Deo. 2Dear Santa Fall and if you are sick too I know wo will Clam I thought I would write you a few lines havo a dull time without nny nice Christmas to let you know that I and my little alstera are thinga and If you aro very poor T will not ask wen, l saw your advertisement In the BreckfM too many things. If you will only bring enridge News nnd thought I would try for me a large doll nnd a scrap book nnd some your premium. Well I have not known Santa orang's I will bo satisfied but then I have a Linus very long but I lovo him just as well as littlo brother tbreo years old I know he would my Utile sisters and brothers. Well I expect be disappointed If he did not got some oandy. Santa will soon begin hia purchases for all the so pleaso bring Just n little for him for I ntn good little children. I am like Santa I would seven years old and can do without candy. not buy tho bad little oAldren anything either Hoping you aro woll by this time, and havo a Well I will tell you what I want you to bring pocket full of inone, I remain your me. I want a nice gold ring nnd a silver thimLlttla Friend 13. Peyton Etlth. ble and Mamma wants a nice black shawl, my Yon aro Quito Welcome Joo I little slstcra there ia two of them wanta a doll. Hivervlew, Deo. 10, 1801. Dear Santa I am beglnlng to learn how to aew and am g your advertisement I thought making me n Craiy quilt i.nd somo Chrlstmaa write to you I am a little boy 9 years old I night when I get It finished I will leave It out live in Jeflerson county and my papa takes for yoy to see. We all want somo shooting the Niws. Dear Santa I am so glad It is crackcra nnd aomo Iloman Candles and some most Christmas I know you will be around ao candy nnd the baby wants a little tin street I will tell you what I want bilr.g me a pistol car with a horae In It. Dear Santa do not forand caps a french harp n horn somo candy get nit tho little poor Children that never knows nuta raisins oranges a ooooanut bring my Litwhat it la to have a dear good Santa Claus and tle alstcr Fannie n doll some pewter dishes and a nice Book with red letters and my little I doubt very much whether they know the n brother Willie a littlo red wagon we celebrate well, I will tell you why a we celebrate It because we think that tho 2Jtl. or whistle I thank you dear old sintn for your Dee. Is the day our Oreat and good Lord wna kindness hoping to bear from you soon. I nm youra In lo e Joe Turpln. Claus.-Seolnrea-ao- Irvington, Dec. 7, 189- 1- Dear Santa Claus Please aend mo a air gun, a ulco little gold ring, somo candy, uutta, Oranges, Uanannna, ralacns, a pack of dro crackers, roman catdlea and aky rockets, nnd dear Santa I would like ao much to ace you pleaso send mo your Photograph nnd I will thank yu so much for everything. Your littlo friend . Kdgar Bennett, Jr. And please send Earl aomething nice. Su ii I a Can u JHlNstho Place. Sample, Ky., Dec. 3, 1891 Dear Old Santa Claus i am a littlo girl ten yoara old I thought I would rite to let you now where I live about ten miles from your house I live clost to Sam- plo fetation I hope you will como around to my house I havo two little brothers an one llttla alstcr i hope you will bring enough for ua all i would like to havo a Album and a pair of vases one of my little brothers wants a wagon iho little buby bruthcr wanta a little tin wagon with aoine hosica In it my little slater wanta a big doll that will cry nn goto sleep nnd ahe want a act af little dishes from your frlnd Anslo Bennett. WauiN III Photograph. Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a little drum, a box of tools, a rocking chair a horn, a set of dishos, aomo candy and oningea nnd bananas and grapes and aend Mama and Aunt IlouU Forget tho IMItor.I .Mag some chewing gum, and do bring mo a Cloverport, Ky., Deo. 12, 1801. Dear Santa littlo Piano ao I can ply Littlo Annie Iloonoy. Claus Please bring me a largo doll that his Loulo DIttcnbach. slippers and a Utile tablo set .of dishes, A iJooil Ton Year Old. and stove, plenty of nuts and candy. Preston, Ky., Deo. 7th, 1891 Dearold Santa Santa will you pleaso bring Mr. Babbago a Claus I will attempt to write you a short let- present for putting this letter in his big paper. ter, to toll you what I most desire for ChristYour frlnd, Sallle Swaggot. Please bring me Ono Orange one lb. of mas. You Henry, Hope Santa Will candy two box's of caps fur my toy pistol, Tliuuk Iloinciiibor 'You. which I have had ever since last Christmas. , Hock Lick, Ky. Deo. 7, 1891 Dear Santa You might bring me oue pack of shooting Claua J want you to bring mo a gun, ball crackers. Dear old Santa Claus I am. under and some pistle caps and somefiroorarkers nnd many obligations for what presents you havo some canuy. lore paper is very nloe. 1 am given me, I will soon be to old to ask you to a little boy 8 years old, Yoro friend santa am ten yr. old contribute to me much longer I . Henry Wteatler. Now kind Editor let mo thnnk you for your klndnese to the little ones. Papa takes five Domt Forgot Thin I.lttlo Fellow different papers But I liko the Breckenridge Santa. Itock Lick, Dec. 8, 1891. Dear Old Snnta News the best. Thanks for kindness. Claus, I have lost my knife I want you to Yours Truly, Bugcno A. Cashman, bring mo somo candy, firecrackers nnd some P. S. I forgot to to'l you I had a na aiesake in Cloverport, Cousin Bugeno Haynes, and I pistol caps I was glad to hear from you I think I will match him In a fow yrs, I am ten praise your paper very much I will shut my yrs old and weigh ono hundred nnd fifteen lb. eyes tight do not forget to come. I mi 10 years old. Edward Wheatloy. K. A. O. bod-ste- Wanlk Clovcrport, Ky. Dear Santa Claua ploaa bring mo doll bugcy with a parasol to top to It a cradle a nice big bisque doll with teeth just like mine and a wash tub and board so I can wash my doll clothes Stan Clauae please bring Misr Georgia a sweet heart Your littlo friend, Jessie Leonard Brown. a Sweetheart Teacher. for Her Bewleyville, Ky., Deo. 13, 1891 Dear Santa Claus It has boon suoh n long a long tlmo slnco you camo to seo us. I am so gUd Christinas is ao near for Sister Boio nnd I havo a Santa Don't Forget tho Mplt dren. Chil- Cloverport, Ky. Dear Santa Claus We seo so many things thnt we wont and known that wo can not hate all. So we will nk you to bring us what you think best. AVe wouiu iiko a gold ring a piece and a trycicle one would do for both of us. Thanka Mr. Editor for printing our letter. Stella and Cloona Wcatherholt age 8 nnd 10 i A GcneraiiH Littlo Girl. Sampio, Ky., Deo. 14, 1891. Dear Santa Claus. Thla Is the first tlmo I havo over hnd a chance to write you. So I hardly know how to begin. I want to tell you Dear Santa Claus bow I long for Christmas to como around every year for I know It will bring your sleek little reindeers and sled laden with good things for ovcry good little boy and girl and I havo often wished I might see you como down tho chimney lato in the night to fill every stocking full, but Mamma would aay he will not come ao long ns you lay awake for him then I would cloao my cyej and soon be a alcop then he would come. I will tell you what I want moit for Christma8. I want tho book of ''Blue Beard" and a big doll that shuts and opens its eyoa nnd can talk and. aome candy and oranges and nuts and Dear Santa Claus bring all tbo littlo boys and girla that cannot buy them anything aome nice things to ohoer thtir hames and ir Ho l)ont Come You 3I.tv Wrltn please remomber my little nophow and Un Again. send him a little wagon and hoiso nnd candy Bewleyville, Ky. Dec. 0, 1891 Dear Sanand ovcry thing nico. I hope you will send ta Claus. Please bring me a doll with black lots of good things to all of my little school hair, a rocking chair, some cocoanuts, candy mates and put some on the Christmas tree. and n washing tub and wringer, Doir Mr Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and Editor your proposition to let the littlo folks II vppy Now Year I will close I hope my let to banta Claus through your paper Is write ter will not reach the waste basket v good as far as it goes but It does not go Tar Yours truly, Annie Pearl Glbion, enough, I think you should have said that nga lo years, Sample, Ky. you would seo that Santa Claus sent these Will Mind Papu unit .lluma. things tous. Alberta Drury. Dear Old Santa Pleise send mo something nloo. I w'li be good and mind papa MlCliivCK lllll WllltO HoilkC. Dear Santa Claus r want a b'lg doll and a and mama till you come to see me again. I little atore nnd the pota for tho atoro nnd a am seven yoara old. I try to learn fust I am In the second render. laordora Pophntn. watch and the dresses nnd a cap foi the dolla and a big stick of candy I llvo on tho right WautH Uvorythlng Nice. Clovcrport. Dear Snnta band ildo of tho railroad aa you come from se bring Irvington In a big white houso I am glad our mo some oranges candy figs gripes n dress a pair of shoes nnd everything nice now don't house Is whltolf you come down In tho night forgot whee I livo nt on Elm st Just below you can seo it plain. I am a little girl nine tho Baptist church. Mary Farher years old. I am your best friend. Bettie B. Horned, Harned Ky. Claua-Plea- At homo by Bewleyville, Dec. 10. Dear Santa Claus. The Brcokenrldge News aaya we must write you a letlor if we want nny Christmas presents thia year. We looked for you to come here ;naybo you am getting too old to travel ao much and I would llfao so much for you to give me a gun, a fltte, a train of cars, some candy and nuta, and I am afraid Cloverport is such a big place you can't spare us little country boya anything. Pleaso think of me, I nln't quite 8 years old, Edwin Foote. IIoiim Forgot will be pleased t) git anything you will bring me but pleaso bring little brother a rocking horse a littlo train nnd shooting crackers cause ho was nick so long&ndhe never had a chl'ratmas yet. Bob Is two years old nnd I nm alx your friend lintel Hagood Irvington, Ky. I.lttlo Ilroihrr. VEST'S Stock of I 0 E9 V So ITIauy ThiugM. GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE, S IsV V' JBROWNWARE, ' ' -: 1 LJ and : CROCKERVWARE, Was never so complete and prices so low as at present. 1 fo:j I M t7Too:d:e:i"w:e3:e3 B0YS n(er and GIRLS 12 years ?,ge THREE PRIZES IN GOLD Mr. John D. Babbago will award to tho Boy or Girl undor 12-- years of age, who writos the best Jotter to Santa Claus boforo Dec. 28d, $5 00 in Gold. $2.50 for tho best; $1.50 for the second best and JfLOO for tho third. Every Boy and Girl in this city and surrounding country may write. Tho names of tho winners and tho letters will bo published in tho News. Address Letters SANTA GLAUS, JNO. BABBAGE, Care D. Santa Claus' Hoadquartors, CLOVERPORT, KY. 1SYANT & STRAHON Write Business College B HamWeton like to havo A largo doll, bedstead and baby buggy plenty of candy and nuts. Your frlsnd Ellis Swaggot. paired, papcrcd,paintcd, thorough-l- y FARM FOR RENT. renovated nnd rofuruished, and Ohio River Iiottotn Farm fir rent, In Hubis now open to tlio traveling public. Ilrlng Plenty of C'uiitly autl Nut. ert's Ilnttom. For inlormation address the Cloverport, Ky., Deo. 12. 1891. Dear San-t- a I solicit a share of vnnr nntmnnrrn undcrHgncd at Union Star. Ky. 0. M. Glaus Nor. 23, 181)1. Mr. Babbago has given us space W. W. Vesskls. In his nice paper to write to you making Administrator's Notice known our wanta I will tell you what I would WHISKEY K Doar Old Santa Claus I want a littlo train and a big stlok of candy and a pistol I am seven nnd have been going to school have went ton montha I llvo rite oloae to the I want a watch to oh yea an a hole Iota of purtlea. I got a littlo alter ploase bring It aomething ahe la n girl baby little thing ainty dont for get her. Claud Hnrnod, . Harned, Ky. Momt Forgot tho Ulrl llaby. . . House w. w. VESSELS, Proprietor and Dealer In for Catalogue and fuu.Information.Ib JLFU LAND FOR SALE. 8H0RTHAN0, TELEQnAPHY, &0. SIIBOIII E? Is. Id V IBalaCajIV Ala LIKE. (L. E. A ST. L. K II.) THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS one-half eta-tlo- n. Flno Winos and Whiskies, Brandies Cigars and Tobacco. IlARDixsnuno, Ky. This hotol lias been latoly re- Thia farm Ilea In Ilrockenridge county, on the head waters of Long Lick and mllo from tbo L. II. Si W, ralload, und is well improved. Will sell as a wholo or divide In tracts to suit purclmsors. Foi further information address W. W. LEWIS, Owonsboro, Ky. vim SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST LINE TO i St, Louis, Evansville AND ALLP01NTS West and South-Wes- t, Cloverport, Ky., Deo. 9, lSJl.-D- ear Santo i win not bsk lor any special present for Christmas for fear I might be to greedy but will be thankful for anything you will put In my stocking. I have a littlo. Baby Brother Otto you must not forget. Your friend, Joa. M. Tallon. Th u nk fill For Auythliiir. All persons knowing them elves Indebted to estate of W. W. Smart, deceased, nre to come forward and settle at once and nave costs. All persons boIdlnK claims against said estate nre hereby notified to them to the underalgned properly tirovon for payment. pre-ae- nt D""-'- . 1891. CIUS. II. SMAUT, Admr. andWMakoyHaWta cured at home with. out pain. Book ofruir. ., emaragent FIIKC. ,1 OPlffl .:fv We beg to announce that we havo been an Tine-Carin Effect Dec, IS d pointed by Mr. I. W. Harper, tho famous i Agent for Distiller, of Nelson County, Ky bis superb IUn t Made Sour Mash Whiskey, Lv. Loulavllle 8:45 a.m...9s00 p.m,..4!l0 p.m. This announcement is of importance to every ArrSt. Louia 7j4 " ...72S " one, for It Insures to them for the future one Evansville Jj2S o.fn pmt of tho purest, most delicate, and most celeFor further information, call on or address, who brated Whiskies in the world, and those will take the trouble hereafter to demand tho JOS. S.0DI0RNE, " I, W. IlAHPitR WiirsKKv" need havo no fear that its moderate use will Injuro either health Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. or disposition, MIKK l'OPHAM.SoleAg't, B. L BRYANT, Cloverport, Ky, Tiav Tutf't ? Ky yp JJn ppppnMpmiPfp mssmm:. tv T wrmnmmmgmwT iWlllMMHIIll M" tok-- t r.. Twr H5? lIKf v"ysssvsA . wA AS QRTI3 j Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figais taken; itisplcasnnt and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidnoys, rTOY Livornnd Bowels, cleanses tho sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, hcad-ache- s and foyers and euro hahitual constipation. Syrup r 'gs is tho only remedy of its lcinu ever pro- duced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and ngrecablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it the most popula- - remedy known. Syrup of Fiji, jforB-ilin 50c and $1 bottles by all leadintr druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AH MANC1SC ), CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW rOtlK, N.Y. . PhysicianSurgeon. Office Dr. J. M. Clayton, in Dr. H7iiV old jand Up stairs. OLOVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician uffilk ' 1 & Surgeon, Cloverport, Ky. Next door to Hreckcnridge 5ankt A. Merchant Tailor, CANNELTON, IND. Suits made to order in the best style. Perfect lit guaranteed. Orders solicited. J. KIRST, Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, News. 10, 1S91 DECEMBER LOCALBItEVITIES. to Sbort & llaynes for your drugs. Go Chnrlio Babbago was here Sunday to fico bis ma. E. M. Tierce, of Louisville, was hero on Sunday to see bis ma. A nice lino of watches, clocks and jewelry at Sbort it llaynes. Tho Citj of Owcnsboro got a lot of cattle and bogs iicro Sunday. Owcnsboro and Wliitesvillo aro soon to bo connected by telephone. J. C. Nolto and wifo and E. F. Nolto spent Sunday in Canneltorr, Iml. Mrs. F. M. Ryan, of JcfTersonville, Iml., is at homo to spend Christmas. You can get anything you want in tho drug or jewelry lino at Short & llaynes. Tho Baptist church of this city Las called tho Rev. Mr. Parrish, of Louis-villo. Just received a lot knives, forks and 103. of Roger Bro's spoons. Shrfrt & Hay- - y Cbarlio Sawyer has accepted a position with M. V. Monarch. & Co., distillers, Pwcnsbonx Tho many friends of Mrs. R. R. Pierco aro unremitting in their kindness Tuid attention to her. Mr. F. M. Polk went to Spiingfield, III., Monday to attend tho Cider and Vinegar Association. Miss Gertrude Fangcrousse, of Louisville, was tho guest of Miss May Ryan Sunday and Monday Master Wallace Claycomb and his sister, Blanche, of Irvington, wore visiting their cousin Ruth llaynes last week. Mr. J. II. L. Moorman went to Henderson Saturday to spend Christinas with bis daughter, Mrs. John Ilatchctt. Miss Faimio Harris, of Tobinsport, Ind.., is at Mrs. S. P. Conrad's under treatment of Dr. Watkins for throat trouble. Miss Maggie Downier has returned from quito an oxtonded visit to Henderson, and is very outspoken in her praises of that delightful city. Mr. D. W. Henry, of Irvington, has piano. purchased a very bandsomo It is one of Fischcr'B best instruments and Mr. Honry is very proud of it. Anything in tho jowclry lino you want for Christmas, if wo haven't got It in stock wo can get it for you on short notico and at bottom prices. Short & 0 llaynes. Miss Lizzio Rickctts is now prepared to do dressmaking up stairs in the Old Breckenridge Bank opposlto Sulzer'a ptoro. Dresses mado cheaper than over before Geo. Jordan went to Chicago Sunday. Squlro Ditto, of Meado county, accompanied by bis liltlo grand-son- , David Ditto, are in the city visiting bis daughter, Mrs. Jno. D. Babbago. Mrs. S, M. Watkins, Owcnsboro, Mrs. J. G. Cloyd, Decatur, 111., Mrs. Fannlo 55. Robertson and S. II. Thomas, aro hero attonding the bed-sid- o of their sistor, Mrs. It, It. Pierco who continues extremely ill. Mr. Stork, bookkeeper, for tho Breck-eniidg- o Company (limited) joined tho Elm street Methodist church last Sunday. Mr. Stork is a young man from Huntingburg, Ind., and comes to this city with tho best of references. Cures Indigestion, Biliousness, Dysnepela, Main, rln, Nervousness, and (Icneral Debility, l'liyit clonj recommend It, All dealers Hill It. Genuine baa trade mark and crossed red Hues on wrapper Ellza-bctbtow- n, gOp- - BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Mrs. Atuiio Tiiiiim and lier beautiful BRANDENBURG. giil bain, Jennie, nit, visiting her father, Mr. J. J. Dyer. Johu M. Ccrnlracucr Wm J. Winter. Henry Winter. New goods at Cnspcrke's. Mr. Win. Sahllo and Miiyi Tinhw will Santa Glaus luadquartirs nt Nevilt & be married next Tlinnulnv nwirniii., i Cough's. tho Haptisl church, this city. Marshal Ilnnibleton's Saturday AucJ. W. Wale, Jasper, Mo., was in tho tions nro attracting n deal of attention city Sunday, ' and tho mien and tlnrliiTfdinjr last SaturWhen you come to Brondenburg stop I Without giving you full vnluo in return. When you pay us for day weio Itothivfly. If you bnvo any- at tho Howard Hotel ciulckecim it to .Mr. Ham- a Biiit of Clothes, or an Overcoat, or a pair of Pants, or anything Mr. Geo. Yeakel and Mrs. Thos, Howard aro sick with la grippe. Old father Kris Kringlc has mmlu his olso in our ltno, wo can pocket that money with a clear conDick Nevitt says that Guy is tho worst regular annual debut into this city and now reigns supreme' in all his magnific- enemy that sherlir John Hardin has. science, becauso wo havo acted honorably with you, and givon ence and glory. Ho was ushered in Cid. McCoul, Pittsburg, is in tho city Monday night in n "Tally Ho," escorted you good, honest Clothing, of our owa manufacture, which is by a colored brass band and hundreds of Wonder what attracted him back here. big, little, old and young bade Fine Imported Dress Robes and trimpeople, worth ovory cent you paid for it. Somo dealers aro simply "out bun a hearty welcome. Ho bos made bis mings just received nt Geo. Yeakel it Babbago's whero he headquarters at for tho stuff." Your money is what thoy want, and when you may bo found from now on until bis de- Co's. You couldn't Btir 'em with a stick at parture Christmas eve. find that tho shoddy stuff you paid good money for is worthless, Mannircr Ernest Babbairo bad his re Nevitt & Gougb's last Saturday, but gular Xinas opening Monday night and overy body got waited on, and seok for redress, you got it in tho neck. If you want that Sulzer followed suit last night. Tho colAccordians, Violins, guitars, harps and ored brass band furnished tho music kind of treatment don't como to us. for both occasions and acquitted them- other musical instruments, complete Wo aro too modest to stock. Novitt & Gough. selves admirably. pass judgment on tho display down stairs Mr. Eplirlnm Wimp was thrown from It is too much in tho family, but as to a buggy last week, and jolted up considour neighbor's across the way wo aro free to say it was superb In every parti- erably though not seriously hurt. Now goods coining in every day, vo cular. Mr. Jim Fisher, tho special artist, cnyaged for tho occasion displayed will not let our stock run down, como to bis usual good tastcin tho decorations. see us anytime. Nevitt &. Gough. 601cl Tho house was beautifully illuminatSee our immense lino of domestic and ed from bottom to top and tho immense stock of goods shown mado it a fit place imported Novelties. Suitable for Christfor tho Gods to ontcr. Tho Sulzere mas presents at Geo. Yeakel & Co's. never do nnything by halves. Wo conA. Ditto is setting up a new coat gratulate you Mr. Manager, Nolto. of paint to tho front of bis store buildOur store will bo open till 9 o'clock overy night and Saturdays ing. Not before it needed it either. till 11 O'clock until after the holidays. HARD1HSBURG Thos. E. Bashnm, Louisville, and DEPARTMENT. Rockport, wero among tho Chas. Kosscr, v. :. iiAiiiiA:n IMItor visiting drummers in tho city last week. b Perfumery Perfumery Sulzer's Tailoring Department. Our New Judicial District. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. The finest and complctest GOING WIST. Mr. J. II. Hunsche, tho Foreman of It has leaked out from Frankfort that Nevitt & Passongcr Dally nrr. Ilardinsburg. .12:42 p.m. variety ever in Brandenburg. tho Rovisory Committee has in arrang- our Tailoring Department will visit CloGough, GOING KAST. verport, overy Friday of each week. Ho Complcto lino of books, poetry, fic- ing tho judicial districts over the state, will I'assongcr Dally arr. ilardinsburg.. 7:511 n.in carry with blm a full lino of Samples placed the counties inthis immediate tion, juvenile works, school books, County Court day next Monday. Breckenridge, representing our Stock of Pit'co Goods, albums, stationery, tablets etc. Nevitt region, thusly: Meade, Tho city of Ilardinsbunr needs a now Hancock, and Ohio, for ono district, and which comprises all tho desirnblo Stand& Gough. bakery. Grayson, Hardin, Hart and Laruo for ard and FancyStyles introduced this seaHarvey K. Ditto and Win. W. Go to B. F. Beard & Co., for your another. This nrrangment gives cntiro son. Ho will bo pleased to meet you at were in Louisvillo last .WednesChristmas goods. Breckenridgo. Her peo- above place and dato and rcceivo your W. II. Bell and wifo returned from day and wero interested spectators nt satisfaction to ple nro pleased to bo thus associated odrcr. Respectfully, Illinois last Thurbday. the big firce. S. L. Sui.znn. Hancock and Ohio. Ch rles II. Smart has qualified as Messrs. John K. Ditto, W. M. Ditto with her old friends, administrator of W. W, Smart's estate. Holiday Kates. and Joe A. McGcheo took hogs to LouisA Pleasing Sense. Alex West was boforo tho city council On December 21, 23 it 31. 1891 and got tho top of tho Of health and strength renewed ami of Monday and renowed his license to keep villo last week and market for them. a saloon. easo and comfort follows tho uso of January 1, 1S92, for tho Holidays, tho Tho Hon. Gus. W. Richardson would Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with Louisville, St. Louis it Texas and LouisF. Monroo & Son bnvo packed their goods and will move them to Glendeano make n good Enrolling Clerk and bis nature to effectually cleanse tho system ville, Ilardinsburg it Western railways tills week. many friends in this county hopo ho when costivo or billions. For salo in 50c will sell excursion tickets at ono and d The largest display of Christmas goods will get tho place. andl.00 bottles by all leading druggists. all faro for tho round trip, between from which to make your selections at their stations, good for return passage Don't forget that Geo. Yeakel & Co., 15. F- - Beard & Co. until January 4, 1892. bavo tho largest stock, best variety and Continued from Second Page. Strangers coming to Ilardinsburg will lowest prices on ovcrything. Call and find tho llambleton Hotel, s win no so iiuitpy. McElree'3 Wine of Cardul bo convinced. iiuw in uvcrj' jmracuitir. Clovornort, Ky., Dec. 7, 1891. Dear Snnta Watches, clocks, rings, etc. The com- Claus. l'lcato bring mo a racklog hon( Ith and THEDFORD'S Tho time for holding Sunday school nt aro tho M. E. Church South has been chang- plctest lino of jowelry of all kinds ever n sure enough mino and tnll ami a Moi Qxod for salo by tho following merchants in ed fiom 2 o'clock in tho evening to 0 in tho city. Now stock holiday goods. to I can hitch a dog up in It noine ntcc things Ire6kenrldg County : o'clock in tho morning. to cat. I will bo so happy doar santa claus. Jesse W. Owon Ulovcroort Buy your Christmas presents of me. Why wear old, unreliable time pieces, O. W. Short, Cloverport. Hurry flray Novrion. , Gcorgo Casperkc. when you can Avear a good watch, ami llrnshenri I,ay, Stophensport. A largo variety of of Silk Mufflers, Witt A MotJor, Ilardinsburg, nearly pay for it with your old ono. IIoj'h l.lltc f 'mi ami Tlit-- Otifflit lo J. J. Severs, Union Star, That is what you can do at T. C. Lewis's. Silk Scarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs, EmHave It. Any thing in tho jowelry lino for a broidered Silk Handkerchiefs nt lowest Doc. JO, 1801. Dear oIoyvlllo, Ky Christmas present at Frank Ilaswell's. prices at Geo, Yeakel & Co's. Snnta Cluui. I am a littlo hoy olovon years Watch chains, ladies' and gent's pins, The bear got sick last week (heart old my narao Is liny Kealli. DO YOU WANT A BARGAIN watches gold and Bilver, linger rings, etc. disease) but Dr. Mayhan says ho will I vanlyou to biing mo a Vocklng hurso, a They must go at bottom prices. Ifso call on mo nnd I will soil you ono In n Somo of tho citizens of this place and bo ablo to bo out again and resume bis roraan candle a pick of fira crackers, somo farm on easy payments. I havo Four for salo t candy nnd nuts. Cloverport aro making another effort to drum beating in a few days. partially described as follows i get tho Pobtoflice Department to estabDoys liko to ttiivo lot fun do nut forget to 1, F. Pair, Wolf Creek, and Row John 1 fif" no con,a'n'nB 50 acres ndjulplng lish tho Star mail servico between this Your littlo boy, J and coniP. Ingtnn, nil cleared. No Improvements. place and Cloverport again. Tho rail- S. Wilrett, Louisville, grand-fathe- r lUyrap'nd Konth. A splendid pleco of land for a garden farm. .father of tho Hon B. F. Willitt, wero road doesn't meet the requirements. The County Judco has mado a law un visiting their honorablo son in this city O-AVnut I.otH or TlilllKi. l Ono containing 115 ncres ndjolnlng to himself. A notice on tho court bouse last week. Irvington, with good dwolllng bouso, Cloverport, Ky. Old Santa I want you to gato says that overy ono passing through John T. Ditto left Monday to take n bring iuo lots of things. Drunito beat, horn good barns, two good citterns. 1500 nlco up it and leaving it open will bo lined one dollar and costs. It is ovidontly to catch position as traveling salesman in tho to blow; little dishes, Dig dull, littlo doll lut plo trees 3 years old, balanco in gross, in all wbolcsalo hat bouso of Prenser & of doll dresses llanancs oranges nuts chocolate a nlco little comfortsblo farm. Judge Mercer and Tom. Withers. Ono containing 140 acres adjoining Louisvillp. His route of travel candy oh I want a picture book a lllttlo thlm-b'- o Mrs. .Mary J. Miller, Cloverport, was Irvington, with good dwelling house in tho city last week and qualified as will bo down through this western por. I believe that is nil Ooodbyo Old Snntn, nnd out houses, splendid barn,-go- od administrator of tho estato of Samuel tion of the state. bearing .Vanigrot Moormin. Iloviousj deceased. Mrs. Miller is also orchard, n splendid nevor failing spring. All Wo have all been looking for tho bad the administrator of her Into husband's tho land In good sot.of glass. This Is a splenAftrutcfiil Mtllofilrl. estate, and tho two takon together, are winter weather to set in next week for Bewloyvllle, Ky., Deo. 3, 1891. Dear Sandid farm nnd now In fino shipo to make quito largo. about threo years now and it has not ta Claus. I am a littlo girl eight years old money on. I have a nice lino of ovcrything in tho como yet. Still you never hear any ono As I havo a ohanco to write to you In tho jowelry department. I have my goods boasting of tho lino climato of Ken4'fll0uo conln'n'nS 1"! acres, two miles Drrckcnjldgo News I feci suro you wtll get from Irvington, in good stato of culti for salo and mean to sell, that is my business and I tell you I am going to sell. tucky. What need havo Kentuekians tny letter. Now pleise bring mo a sot of vation, good orchard, good burn and cheap If you don't beliovo I mean what I say for a Florida or a California, if this thing dishes, a wax doll and somo candy and I will dwelling. This farm I w'll toll much bolow just want to buy. then sec if you don't is kept on hero? bo so much obliged to you. Now don't fjrgvt Its vnluo. buy before you leave iny counters. T. Tho of tho county by tho to como my name Is Mnry Keith nnd I llro In At Irvington you havo tho advantage of C. Lewis. Your littlo girl,' County School Superintendent is now Bewloyvllle. schools, church, prstofllco, express oDlco, flourTho art of sitaft smithing is a wonder.Mnry Keith, ing mills and railroads lending in nil directions ful art. Tho mat that understands your going on. Somo nro jnado happy while I will be glad to show either or nil of these others aro kicking liko bay btcars. Give timo picco and its needs, when it Santa places to persons.wlshlng to buy at any timo. Tubln'pnrt, Ind., Doc. 4 1891.-D- ear worthless, which it is when it tho Superintendent all tho assistance fails to keep you tho timo, is n man possible, for tho reforming of theso Claus Santa Claus plcaso send mo n doll and It. M. JOLLY, Ky. of extraordinary skill and if an honest Irvlny ton, a doll baby buggy . And somo candy nnd reman ho is entitled to tho patronago of school districts is n much needed somo oranges. Myrtle Tnylor. Repairs of all kinds of form. his community. BRIDGE BUILDERS ATTENTION. timo pieces a speciulty. T. O. Lewis. Enough money is already subscribed Deo. fi, Dear Santa Claus Ploiso sond Will rcceivo bids up to the 18th of January, A Christmas tree at tho Baptist church to mako tho Catholic church an assured mo n knlfo some flrccraokers, somo candy and 1892, on ull kinds of bridges, wood or Iran, on is about all that is on the hoards to fact. Thq building will be erected at a a nlco story book. Your littlo friend, either stono or Iron piers or abutmonis. Bridge to bo built nt Monastery Ford on amuso the little folks during Christmas llcovcr Ilnrbec, fc Gough Nevitt North Fork of Hough Creek, in Breckenridgo week. But this is not enough. There cost of about $1000. County, Ky., six miles cast of (llendonno, tho ought to bo a half dozen and theso old bavo obligated themselves for $500 of ItllslllCkN, Brldgo 100 foot nearest railroad station. tight listed fellows about town ought to that amount, whilo others bavo been Cloverport, Dec. il. 1891. Dear Santa Clas span, helgth of plors 30 feet, nniiro.iches 35 bo mado to shell their cash and help comparatively as liberal. -- I want n gun nnd h history., 15 feet respectively. nnd All bids must be Qoodlyo make fun for the little ones. for brldgo complete. Will Grinnell and Will Howard mado Walllo Llsbcn For further information nddress a flying trip to Rock Haven and back CHAHliKS MILLER, A Pure Baking Powder. a Yniiiiur I'rionii or .mmhu'n. Sunday night, then sparked their LouisIlardinsburg, Breckenridgo Co. Ky., Doar Santa Claus Pleaao send mo t box of A baking powder that can bo dependvillo girls by tolephono an hour or two Or F. K. K1IODES, ed upon to bo free from lime and alum after they got back. That's what I call tools an n nice book an some romnns cannons McDantols P. O,, Breckenridge Co. Ky. nnd sky rockets from your friend is a desideratum in theso days of adul- cutting n pretty broad swath in ono y.""""1?? """""" fimn'r.. Jlmmlo S Younger 8 yenrs old. V. K. UIIODES, terated food. So far as can bo judged evening. frqm tho official reports, tho "Royal" A ITIoiti'Nt I, title Ilo)'. Now it is my timo to raro somo about FOR SALE OR RENT. seems to bo tho only ono yet found by tho Court of Claims. Did you notico Cloverport, Ky., Deo. 1, 1891. Dear ftanty A very A housa and lot at Mat'lngly, I would like somo nlco fruit and a tool chemical analysis to bo entirely without tho location for a stoie. Iho lot contains nppear.inco of this coltwo acres with Improvement!, n good dwelling ono or tho other of theso substances, and umn last week? A largo part of tho ohest. From your littlo frlond, IMonty of and out buildings, David May. absolutely pure. This, it is shown, re- Brandenburg nows was necessarily Also n fino good water tho yfiar round. Will bo sold cheap and on easy sults from tho exclusive uso by its crowded out to givo room for tho Brcck-enridg- o Cloverport, Ky. Doc, 12, 1891. Doar Santa orchard. terms. For furthor Information write or call manufacturers of cream of tartar specialCourt of Claims list. Blast Onus I am going to write you a letter as and toe tho underslgnod. ly refined and prepared by patent pro- theso Courts of Claims anyhow, Mr. Uubbiige was kind onough to oflVr threo S. 0. FIIANK, Mnttlngly, Ky. cesses which totally rcmovo tho tartrate Mrs. Grinnoll is all ready for her prizes porhaps I might got tho "booby" priso, FOR SALE. of limo and other impurities. Tho cost of musical recitation now and has a Bplen-dl- d I wish you would bring me n wagon and air A pair of Iron gray mules, 6 yrars old past, gun als i a inothor gooso book a sword somo this chemically pure cream of tartar is program arranged. Thero is somo Will sell for in hands high; woll inntched. much greater than any other, and it is troublo about piocuring a suitablo room sky rsckots firecrackers candlos nuts anything cash or on timo. Apply to olto you wish. I'lcaso bring pnpn lots of W. D. HOLT, Holt, Ky. used in no baking powder except tho though tho entertainment will positively "Royal," tho manufactures of whicli. bo given somctlmo during tho holidays. inonoy. (loodbycy our friend David II, Murray --A-tto control tho patents under which it is re- If more such entertainments ns this AT DoiiTt DiNiipiiolllt Ilor. fined, wero given in tho coitrt house, and Bewloyvllle. Ky., Deo 13, 1891 DcnrSanta Dr. Edward G. Love, formerly analyticfowcr cranky T'rird Party meetings bold al chemist for tho U. S. Government, thero, tho morals and intelligence of tho Clnus As Christmas will soon bo hero I will Tho undersigned will sell at publio auction to wrlto you a (hurt lettor telling you what I who mado Iho analysis for tho Now community would bo considerably moro would like I bopo you will not think I want (ho highest and best bidder York State Board of Health in their elevated. too many things for you known twelve months On Saturday, Decomhor 26, 1891, of baking powders, and Tho business that Brandonburg is Is a long tluio fur littlo girls to watt I am ten At Irvington, nbout 300 pair of BOOTS und whoso intimato knowledgo of tho ingre- doing now is immense. People aro years old and would Ilka a nice story book for dients of all those sold in this market coming hero from great distances and I do love to read nlco little books and then I SHOES. Tho stock consists of both Men's enables him to speak authoritatively, tho town is crowded overy day with havo so many nlco cards mama says by alt Ladles and Children Shoes, and will bo sold says of tho purity, wbolesomcness, and strangers. Tho old established firm of means I otfglit to havo a scrap book nnd then on that day regardless of tho pries they bring, superior quality of tho "Royal :" Geo. Yeakel & Co., havo their largo I have such a nice sot of dishes If you would McOLOTHLAN BltOS., "I find tho Royal Baking Powder com- business bouso chuck full of goods from Just only bring mo a largo doll with long curly Irvington, Ky, posed of pure and wholesouio ingre- cellar to garret, and their many sales- hair I would have such a nlco tinio playing dients. It is a cream of tartar powder, man aro so continuously busy that they with my little schoolmates Christmas. Now ! and docs not contain oitbor alum or are actually glad when nijght comes thai plcaso doar Santa. Ohtu don't dlsnppolnt lloto II. Stltli. To secure good horses and mares, Tho unphosphates, or other injurious they may rest. Good goods, a largo dersigned will offor for lalo at I'ubllo outcry Hurry Tnliou In tho I. int. ' reasonablo prices aro induceProf. Love's tfats, and tho recent offi- ments that will always tell, and tho peo-pl- o Dear Santa Glaus Floaje bring mo n gun, On Saturday, Docombor 19, 1891, violin, drumb, tamborlno and picture book and Six valuable horses nnd two mares, ranging cial tests by both tho United States and will como whero they can havo theso Notes with in age from three to eight years. Canadian Government, show tho Royal advantages. This firm has always kopt candle, nuts, orangrs nnd bananas, npproved security will bo ncoepted In part Harry K. Wcalherbolt. to me on nay of sale For spoclal terms apply Baking Powder to bo superior to all tho welfare of their customers in vlow, or previous to that time. others in Btrongth and leavening powor. and thoy will continue to do bo. Their Three good substantial teams 'can bo rigged JF worn 71,1 K It is not only tho most ecomoinical In stock at tho presont tlmq is largor and Or you aro nilYOVIlout, n fuliv A II n.S nothing out of tills stock. Koul lor It is Kttiieral ilclildty. Try wagon and Also ono new uso, but makes tho purest, finest flavor- moro complcto than it oyer was before, JMOWS 1KO.Y UlTThJlS. Bold double harness. Ik. will euro, vou, end utvo n good apatite. ed and most wholesomo food. and prices nro lowor. 8. T. LOOKAlip. Cy all dealers In nicdlcluo. WE DON'T WANT YOUR MONEY G How A ' 1 It Came About. , Old Santa Claus, king of the holiday trndc, A tour of inspection has recently made, 'l'o decide vlio,among all the Mcrclianlsin town, 'or the holiday season has prices way down, And has goods that for presents arc timely and neat, Which for prices with Santa himself will compete For St. Nicholas tired of climbing on rodrs, And waking thc pcoplc with cattcr;ng of hoofS) And dodging djwn chimneys with pack on his back, f s WNT Has decided this scroti to tiy a new tack. So this year be says to lvS numerous friends, ,As over thc country bis journey be wends, "Please buy your 'Christmas goodies' and Holiday presents from the firm below For no more I'll carry through frost and snow. Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Zy. ' ' t ;- -' 1 1 1 Plicu-u-u-u-u- 1 1 1 They'll show you fine goods, well worth your attention, A full list of which I've not space to mention. And on this subject no longci to dwell. As the firm below mentioned arc l;now so well, That Snnta can only endorse the opinion, That they arc thc leaders and have full dominion. 4X Mc-Geh- SULZER'S, OLOVERPORT, KY. one-thir- Furniture Tho regular and Furniture dealer Is always on hand with a full stock cluding Sowing Machines, Coffins, Inlo ! Furniture ! Furniture a ! first-clas- . MICHAEL HAMMAN, T , Earms for Sale. Durlal Caskets Plcturo Frames, Trimmings, Etc. His prices shall bo such, quality considorcd, that no legitimato liouso can undersell him, nnd ho is determined to meet tho market, lot tho prico bo what it may. Always call on him and nscortain prices boforo purchasing elsewhere. He means just what ho says. Ho cannot M. HAMMAN, Clovorport, Ky, bo undersold. r Wel-lonvos- o, QJ m'&m&m&&mm m m&mmmimmBm: HOLIDAY GOODS! APPAREL FOR 'In Wo aro now getting ready for tho Holidays nnd will soon bo in Applo ITo order. In es w a Men, Women and Children. "Wo aro showing a mngnificiont stock and naming tho lowest prico in ovory instance 1 CHRISTMAS -:- - PRESENTS To suit ovorybody. bob-taile- d store-hom- o CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, CHILDREN'S CHAIRS, DOLL CRADLES, FOLDING REDS, Etc. PHOTO ALBUMS, MANICURE SETS, STATUETS, TEA SETS, CHAMBER SETS. designs in ARTISTIC CHINA WARE. Elegant Grand display of LAMPS. N prions!" i In fact wo havo tho best display over put on exhibition in our town and wo invito all our friends to como anil sco. IRVINGTON. B. F. BEARD & CO., IIARDINSBURG, KY. WANTED. A Hare Chance ," Any family wanting a pleasant homo and work for children from 14 to 20 years of fiKO, (females nroforred) can bo suited at Oraliainton, Jleado county, whoro tho mill at that place. work is In tho One Dollar a Year. For particulars wrjto to Contains tho best features Tho Grabamton M'fg Co., M. Quad, l Wooldy printod. Grabamton, Mondo, county, Ky. THE NEW YORK WEEKLY WORLD. 4s" . ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE, All persons having claims against the estate of J. W. West, asslgnod, will them proven, accordingly to law t also persons owing the samo will settle at onoa and savo 0, M. Mc(lI,aTHI,AN, costs. Assignee. Union Star, Ky. Nov. 23, lSUl, of any lato of ' iho JJotroit Itoo rroBS, writes n pago of matter ovory weok. Sknd fou Samite Copy. THE WEEKLY WORLD, irent two-hors- o first-cla- ss New York City, BBMraMifl&Ji& uupwwummj hhiwjwjihu." ii.iiiMi-j--- -j jr . Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, News. 10, 1S91. IK- - f Any ono who wants to purcluibo a sung to tho old bishop of Albany when ho was suffering. Tho first festival 1 over sung in was nt Norwich, and when ATALKnTflABURQLAE I returned to thnt placo after six years 1 had n letter from an old gentleman who heard mo thero, and who was now bedBY USED METHODS AND MEANS ridden. Ho wanted to hear "Tho Last Itoso of Summer," nnd I shall never forSUCCESSFUL CRACKSMEN. get standing thero by his Bldo and singing that beautiful bong. And many n How a Man Who Ilai "Mono Tlmo" for timo havo I had to convert tho balcony Cnn mako tho best solcction by looking through our complete stock of Safe Ilrcnklne Oiiorutes Ho Saj That of tho hotel whero I was (staying into n Easy temporary platform, nnd appear at midto Open Safes Is Comparatively night, long nf tor tho opora was over, and Work Time anil Money Spent on Tools. sing "Homo, Sweot IIouio," or somo Hvo flesh and Did you over incot a real such popular ballad, to tho pooplo waitblood burglar? I mean a man who has ing ontsido. Carefully selected, nnd especially adapted to meet tho requirements of inado n living by cracking other peoplo's That was tho caso nt Dublin a few safes, by housebreaking and robbery years ngo, when tho studonts thero took who has "done tlmo" in various prisons tho horses out of my carriage, and I was and who is under polico surveillance told that if I didn't sing thoy would everywhere ho goes? Tho man with tho break tho windows of tho hotel. I stood cast iron countenance, tho shifty eyes on tho balcony wrapped up in great shawls, for it was a bitterly cold night, and tho hunted look? You would shrink nnd it was no easy matter to sing "The no. Ofcourso, Last Itoso of Summer" under theso cirfrom such society. Yet thero is a cercumstances. We please you nnd we savo you monoy. Como and sec us. tain novelty in tho sensation. Such men I hnvo sung, too, in tho quiet little pass you on tho street and leavo uo moro church nt Braemnr in the choir, nnd it distinct impression than tho touch of a was thero that I received what 1 have bank president who has absorbed tho always considered ono of my greatest money of his depositors, and is yot at compliments. The speaker was ono of largo unexposed. It is only when you tho mountain folk, and had never been in Edinburgh. When tho service was nro brought face to faco with tho bur blinking over a friend of mine heard him say, "1 glar in a dark room, with his thought anybody could havo such bullsoyo shining in your faco nnd the never over one's voico." That is all, cold inuzzlo of his pistol pressed against control is tho whole secrot of a singer's but that your temples, that tho Bcnsation Is ex success perfect control. Mine. Albaui perienced in all its blood curdling in in Strand Magazine. Ilmv to !tlul: Money. CANONIZED. tensity. And 1 feel sure you would A man who w wW. careful nnd meeting. rather bo excused from such n The First Symptoms of Death. t'liergetic. persevering and busy mnltltudo moves ho, To havo nn old friend "on tho force" Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in Amid tho uncrowned, a wxlnt In earthly gutso, tireless, wed have no fear of his future. A queen Bay to you suddenly somo day: "Would various parts of tho body, sinking nt tho oyes Headquarters for Wlth-- ln tho clear cleithsof her shining But there is nun other thing. Ho must -a radiancy you like to meet a burglar? Hero ho is pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, (ml on her imllld fucohaven Htetidy head, line that can weather seems reflected from tho crystal sea now," nnd raining a significant finger the rough nea of icverses from which no Which stretches twlxt our soulS nnd Paradraw a plainly dressed and shambling fuvcrishucss, pimples oi sores, aro all dise. lifo is altogether free, anil ono that will figure from tho passing Broadway throng positivo evidence of poisoned blood Somo say that In her heart a sorrow lies not become too lug when successes atnnd say, "This man is No matter how it became poisoned it Which contradicts her sweet tranquillity. into a back room Keep out of tho way Gr.ain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich" tends his effort) n bank sneak nnd burglar." That con- must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. A victor, uo symbolic palm sho bears; ignn Plaster, 8alt, Lime, Coal Oil Tako your money, of speculators voys n different and perhaps moro ngreo-nbl- o Acker's English Blood Elixir lias nover Upon her faco her triumph's Blgn sho wears by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, be much or Utile, to ono whother it A ea(o that slioucth all horstalnlcss Boul. sensation. And that is tho sensa-- - failed to rcmovo scrofulous or syphilitic whoso reputation will insuro you good Enthroned In hearts of erring nnd of good, tion Ifhavo just experienced. poison. Sold under a positivo guarantee Sho reigns In rojalty of womanhood, counsel. Invest your inbnoy whero tho & V EASY WOItK TO OPEN ANY SAFE. Yet round her hend thero shines no aurcolol by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and is safe and you will get nlong. you fellers letup on n man?" Witt & Meador, llardinsbunr, Ky. Pcnbody In Kate Field's principal -J- osephlno .i?When'll Preston But don't forget tho ucorns. It is from Brick, Plow Handles, Washington. Pine Flooring il- i waa mo ursc anu miner piuinuvo hi littlo acorns that great oaks grow. Seo His faco too'i quiry of tha Ivory Iltilloim. Vc;:'liillo wuvd kept on hand. Orders acPeoplo who have used Lightning Hot that you begin aright early in lifo. Save on nn innocent ana woo begono look. "The principal uso of vegetable ivory docompanied by cash promptTho policeman addressed him familiar now," said ii broker who deals in tho ar- Drops pronounco it tho best general your money with regularity. By so ly, asked him what ho was doing on ticle incidentally, "is in tho manufac- panacea. S. A. Steel, M. M., W. Vn., & ing, you will more than save your ly 1M. money; you will make money. Henry Broadway and a string of questions; ture of buttons. A good many peoplo P. R. It., Weston, W. Vn. says: "I Clews in Ladies' Homo Journal. not severely, but rather inviting con-- " probably think that the buttons on their havo used Lightning Hot Drops for over fidenco and conversation. When the spring clothes nro mado of rubber or two years for botli external and internal Tho Profemloiuil Inventor. man found he was not wanted, nnd that bone and so they used to bo. Now complaints. I hnvo always found it n The professional inventor lias n pen newspaper man was his other auditor. however, vegetable ivory is tho principal ready panacea for all diseases for which culiar calling. His stock in trade is his ho talked glibly. Ho had been reading' OF material used. Tho nut in its green n recent interview with a well known state is filled with a milky substance it is recommended. Our shopmen hnvo brains, und no ono can map out his work for cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, for him. Ho must study the needs of safe manufacturer. which hardens upon ripening into a fine, used it "Thero isn't a bank vault or Bafo lock even grain nnd u tough substance. In colic, cramps, etc., and found it ns re- mankind, ami try to unticipato their wants. To tho outsider it would seem made," said tho burglar, "that can't be state it is sawed into slabs of tho commended. I would not lio without it that all the patents und inventions needopened by nn expert. I became an this necessary thickness and turned into but- in my family for ten times tho price of ed wero made, and that thero was no y ndept nt tho business whilo in the tons by machinery. it." For salo by nil druggists for 25 ami longer nny need of professional inof a safe manufacturer. 1 picked Unliko rubber nnd bone, ivory is not ventors. But so long ns machinery is Capital Stock $25,000. locks ns a legitimato business from Now affected by heat or cold, and is not liable CO cents. used there will be some improvements Every safe to break in tho eye. Tho manufacturers York to San Francisco. possible nnd every now invention opens company has men who can do the samo Still us ii Sloan of I.oronintloll. located in u number of eastern cities, thing. Tho first thing u bank official or ilro In some parts of Malaysia tho natives up n field for n dozen more. Georgo though tho raw material that comes to E. Walsh in Now York Epoch. D. F. BKAKD, President.-WILanybody else does, when tho bafo lock. this country is usually landed at this walk almost habitually on stilts. Nagets out of order, 13 to send to tho manuture and necessity have brought nbout port. The cost of manufacturing is tho MILLER, Clever Metropolitan Ilcggurs. factory nnd they send nn expert who principal item of expense. About 80 per this result, as excessive inundations of Between 0 and 12 o'clock in tho evenopens tho safe. Tho ordinary combinasubmerge the whole M. II. BEARD, Cashtor. river and sea often cent, of tiio cost of tho manufactured ing it is impossible to walk half a block tion lock is easily picked. Thero are nrticlo is in tho labor. The greatestpro-ductio- n surface of tho land in many places, rennnywhero on Broadway between Union time locks which cannot bo workad so "I in this country was in 1880 and dering ordinary modes of locomotion imstreet without O. W. BEARD easily, especially modern ones. Some 1890, but tho Germans aro now able to possible. In parts of Holland also it is square nnd Thirty-thir- d MORRIS ESKRID0E Directors being stopped by a pitiful uppeal for R. M. JOLLY. y J combination locks havo a micrometer sight to sen people walksuccessfully compete with American a very ordln-ralms. Tho less deserving the applicant proof attachment. That? Why, it's an manufactures." Now York Telegram. ing nbout uion stilts of various sizes. tho moro pitiful the appeal.- An old but arrangement which is supposed to proBrooklyn ELgle. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS still u favorite trick with the professional ven t tho successful uso of tho micrometer, Our Very Best People It is nn established fact that DoWitt's beggars is to bind up nn arm or ii leg uttacWj a little machine which can bo to tho handle of tho lock and has an in- Confirm our statement when wo say that Littlo Early Ilisors havo an enormous and pretend to be crippled. Some of dicator which shows tho thickness and Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every sale, and why? Simply because thoy them nro extremely clover in making up and a careful examination would bo variation of tho tumblers. way superior to any and nil other pre- are pleasant in taking nut happy in re"Somo of theso cheap comblnatioi. parations for tho Throat nnd Lungs. In sults. A pill for tho multitude. Sold necessary to detect tho deception. New s York Cor. Chicago Herald. sound or click and locks havo a bell-lik- o Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic byShnrtife Haynes. theso can bo easily read. And 6omo com"An honest pill is tho noblest work of binations run in grooves and can bo do and relieves nt once. Wo offer you a A 1'rogreaslve Young Man. DoWitt's Littlo Early the npothecary." sample bottle free. Remember, this tccted nt once. You might ns well havo An amusing incident happened in ono a house door lock nnd latchkey on n safe ltcmedy is sold on a positivo guarantee. of tho local churches on Sunday morn- lliscrs cures constipation, biliousness IMiysIcIuiig Couldn't Cure. X as ono of them. The latest and best com For Sale by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, ing. A young married man nnd his and sick headache. Sold by Short & 8KDAMsvii.t Jlaiulltou Co., Ohio, Juno, 1839. bination lock gives out no sound what Ky., and AVitt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, rather limited family wont to divino Hnyncs. One bottlo of l'antor Koonlg'u Nerve Tonic over, nnd, whilo it may bo opened, it Ky. cured me intlrely, alter physicians had tried services, und when seated they did not unsuccessfully lor 8 months to relieve ine ol A Woman's Superstition. would tako an expert n good deal of fill tho pew into which they had been W. flUENNEFEU). That tho Friday superstition had any uorvous debility. time. Thero is a good deal of sameness How I'oinailiis Aro .Made. ushered. Presently another family cauio, Umonvillk, Mo., January, 1801. about tho old stylo combination locks, Tho transforming of flowers, onco nnd wero ushered into tho same pew, tho hold on tho sex 1 was not, howover, I con Hlnceroly say that l'aetoi Koerlg's Nerve nnd when yon get used to them lhey nro grown ami picked, into marketable peryoung married man stepping into tho awaro. I imagined that it was confined Tonlo has acted wonderful; bIuoo my boy com. to sailors and felons sentenced to death. numced to ubo It he has not had tho slightest as easily opened as a street door. fumes and pomades is not nn affair re- nisle to let them in. Tho new comers symptoms of fits HADLY MADE SAFES. You can do tho filled tho pew, und tho y. in. m. took the But last week I met in u lawyer's offico hoiirty : eery ono is and Is getting stout and quiring great skill. surprised at the result, "Whilo tho modern bunk burglarmust thing yournell on n small scalo if you seat ahead. lie had hardly becomo d n lady of my acquaintance eminent in 1 had bought eight bottles of uiodlcines society und so good a business woman from New York at SIa.0 per bottlo which did no bo nnd usually is an expert on combinahave a garden. Tako a frame liko a than ho again found it necessary to good. DENNIS WALSH. ho by no means relies upon that. window sash, holding n single pane of get up whilo another family filed into that sho has for years managed n vast tions, Kansas City, Mo., Oot. 8, IK). A dozen years ago I could open any lock glass; wash tho glass carefully and cover the pow, occupying all of if. Onco moro estate herself and mado money by it. Used Pastor Kounlg's Norra Tonlo for norv. Sho was arranging for tho purchase of ouimess and general debility, and was greatly minutes. Tho improvewithin f orty-iiv- o y. in. in. go forwnrd. both sides of it with n thin layer of did the soma, It had the desired elToct. ments havo been such, however, that grease made of two parts of lard and one A hymn was sung, a prayer offered, somo property on very advantageous benefited by MltS. UEO. K. UUEEN. that method cannot longer bo depended of tallow Pick off tho petals of a lot of nnd the Scripture reading had com- terms, when suddenly bIio rose und upon. It isn't true, as stated in this safe roses ami viojets, throwing the rest of menced when still another family camo said, "You will havo to wait until to Vnlnihln Tlnnlr tin Nnnrnnt sent l'roo to any address, manufacturer's interview, that tho safes tho flowers away, nnd lay them over tho up tho aisle; nnd the y. in. in. once more morrow to conclude this transaction." poor paUents can alito obtain ineillcino lico of clmrjjo. Tho astonished lawyer naturally do operated upon successfully by burglars grenbe. Have n dozen such frames thus stepped into the aisle only to seo that Thin rAtnndv has tmen nrflnArAil bvttin ItAVAmnit nro simply fireproof safes, nnd that no prepared and stack them up by laying pow, too, completely filled up. Agaiu manded why tho delay blibuld bo made. f'astor Kocnie, or Fort Wavne, Ind, since iSii. and prepared undorliisdlrecUon by tho so called burglnr proof safes aro being them evenly on top of ono nnother. ho went forward, but by this time the "Because," leplied the dowager, "it is Friday, und I never do business on Fricracked. All that formldablo looking KOEHIC MED. CO., Chicago, III. Thus you will have a 6ories of closed services wero well under way and no array of bolts you seo on a burglar proof chambers, ench containing a layer of moro peoplo camo. To this latter fact day." And nothing could move her Sold by Druggists at 81 ior Bottle. O for SB. amount to nothing if you can pick the flowor petals between a floor and a ceil- alono does tho y. in. in. nttributo his from her .resolution. Now York Cor, Largo Slro, 81.70. O Bottles for SO. lock. Tho two sido bolts nro tho iming of greaso. Fat or oil of any kind 'fniluro to reach tho anxious seat at that Pittsburg Bulletin. portant ones. Tho others catch tho cyo, has a 6trong affinity for perfumes, und service. Buffalo Express. 11 mv Uo i:iiJoed It. but don't mako tho safo any stronger. Dr. BULL'S Ifacilitates Teethlui op so tho greaso absorbs tho smell of tho regulatos tho uowcis. At "Did you enjoy tho sermon this morn"Tho weight of material is not so for- violots or roses. Put in fresh petnls Inventions und Tumi Machinery. ABY SYRUP!all druggists, rrlcosscts. ing?" nsked tho landlady Sunday of tho midable to a burglar as tho quality, and every day, and nt tho end of two orthreo Every trade, profession and employthero is much poor material put into months the greaso will bo intensely im- ment can show hundreds of inventions star boarder. "Oh, yes. very much," ho replied safes. Now, thero is n weakness in alwhich havo brought fortunes to the inpregnated with tho odor of tho flowers. most every safe, and it is the burglar's Scrapo it oir tho glass und then put it ventors. In agriculture the inventors promptly. "What was tho text?" art to find it out. Soino havo better in alcohol. Tho latter has an affinity iiave inado a complete involution. Work steel in tho back than in tho front, mid for tho perfume oven stronger than that thnt was dono by hand in n very la"I don't know." "Why, Mr. Chinkley, how could you sometimes tho steel is tougher and betwhich tho greaso possesses, so it will borious way dozens of years ago is now ter tempered in ono part than another. quickly absorb it from the greaso, and dono in of tho timo by steam enjoy tho sermon if you didn't know tho text?" I can tell at onco as to tho hardness and upon pouring tho alcohol off into an- and machinery. I've had other vessel you will havo exquisite ean thickness of steel plating. "I wasn't there, Mrs. Bifstake. Pleaso Even within tho memory of living CurcsCoughs, Colds, 1 9 pass mo tho butter." Detroit Freo Press. drills, however, that would go through do cologne. Washington Star. farmers thero has been such u transv Bronchitis, CroTip, anything. I could put a hole through formation in their work thnt their methWhooping Ignorance of tho merits of DoWitt's Asthma, T I Ig two nverago steel plates in thirty minods appear antiquated und useless. HunThat Terrible Cough Incipient Oough, utes. Tho skill nnd genius that havo In tho morning, hurried or difficult dreds of now inventions in tho samo lino Littlo Early Risers is a misfortune. These B I Consumption, andro- littlo pills regulate tho liver, euro headbeen expended upon burglars' tools is a HL 0 ii liovos Consumntiw) raising phlegm, tightness in nro annually being patented, nnd the something extraordinary, and tho pains breathing, fnrming of tho future will bo reduced to ache, dyspopsia, bad breath, consitpation porsons. I'rico25cts. At all druggists. that nro taken sometimes to luy the the chest, quickned pulse, dullness in such a bcienco that ono is unable to pre- and biliousness. Sold by Short & llny-ne- s. foundation of great burglaries or n sys- tho evening or sweats nt night, all or any dict how our crops will bo raised and tem of small oues would bo astonishing of theso things aro tho first stages of harvested. Georgo E. Wulsh in New to honest people. Tho Htuto in r.uiiipi, Dr. Acker's English Cough York Epoch. The present state of Europe suggests "I know of n caso whero a valuablo Remedy will euro theso fearful symptoms to the thoughtful man scores of quessafo was purchased for tho experimental Tho Largest Stuto. and is sold under n positivo guarantee, work. For instance, soveral country by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and You may always dopond upon a boy tions which tho ordinary student of foreign politics finds it hard tonus wen Why banks may be found using tho samo safo. Witt & Meador, ilardinsburg, Ky. knowing u great deal moro than anyBy tho purchase of ono of tho bamo kind body elso nnd saying it right out. A has Italy allied herself with her ofd eneTho day of tho Ignoramus is over for Detroit school and mako tho experts had nn indefinite teacher tho other day my, Austria? Why does Russia threaten tiino to study out ita weaknesses. Thoy ever! Thero is no longer any room for tackled a tho peace of Europe? Why nro Fiance pupil. then descended upon tho selected spoils him in civilized lands, except in the "What is tho largest stato in tho nnd Germany hereditary enemies? What kinds of work that no one likes to do, Union?" she asked. ia tho exact status of Turkey in European nnd got away with tho boodle. "Another way is to go right to tho nnd oven frou them he Is sure to be "Matrimony," unswered the boy affairs? Why is war said to bo imminent, and where and how is it most likely manufactory and seo how they nra made, driven at last. promptly, und tho teacher has been wonto break out? Forum. just like the fellow did who wroto that Dyspepsia and indigestion won't givo dering ever sinco whero ho got tho inarticle. You have read accounts of re- you flesh, but Lightning Blood formation. Detroit Freo Press. Elixir Ilriiln Kohls the Orclntiil. peated burglaries in certain sections The Hon. Isaac Bearce, of Meddy-bemp- s, within a very short time? Well, they will. Mr. II. Hood, Folspm, W. Vn., Uo Kxcolled In One Thing. writes: "I had Buflbrcd soveral years has n fine orchard, perhaps tho aro usually on a certain set of safes." "Did you over get licked whilo you from dyspepsia, nnd tried many lenio-die- s wero a boy, papaV" asked Johnny. finest in tiiis county, It is bituatcd some Telegram. New York distauco from his'house in a thick growth for relief, received nono until 1 be"No," said papa emphatically. of woods. Isaac, wjth his two hired So Not Suffer Any Longer. gan to use Lightning Blood Elixir, nnd "How was that?" queried Johnny susmen. went to gather apples recontly. Knowing that a cough can bo checked after taking thrco bottles I fool liko piciously. fustcst They discovered ij largo bear in posses"Becauso, my boy, I was in a day, nnd tho first stages of consump- nnother man, nnd have gained soveral runner in tho whole school." tho Harper's sion, nnd nt last accounts he had refused pounds of flesh. It has dono great work to retreat. He was making sad havoc tion brokonina week, wo horoby guaranBazar. among tlw fruit. Cor. Bangor News. tee Dr. Acker's English Cough Konicdy, for mo, it has cured mo of what would You don't want a torpid liver. You and will rofund tho money to all who have caused my death. I do not hesi- don't want a bad complexion. You don't Our experience covonynany ills, mnny buy, tako it as por directions, nnd do tate to recommend it to tho public, as want n bad breath. You don't want a pills and -- FIIOiTI many bills. Our ills aro smallexperience lias taught mo that it is n not find our statement correct. For headache. Then uso DoWitt'fl Littlo er, our pills are emallor and our bills aro Snlo by G. "W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., good medicine." Early Ilisors, tho famous littlo pills. smaller when wo uso DoAVitt's Littlo and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Job printing dono nt this office. bold by Snort A Jlaynes. 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