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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 A f THE BRECKENRIDGE NE s"cI-iEliviEl3iTT,- SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1891. anta Glaus Surarise fir vi did not expect to see such a wonderful collection of choice goods, but here they are, Lnd he will be !e STILL MORE SURPRISED When he hears about the REMARKABLY MSJaTrSSSHBrKJKWEOTTESSSSnEaKSH . LOW PRICE ssssatnramwasmtxBBazaKUEXSBSusxBi Which we are asking for all kinds of Seasonable Goods for Christmas Gifts. Never was such a $5$: 38888ffiBg8gBgB8B 8SBg8gKEQ86BQBg85g5ffigBg5Bg8g835g8g8g5g5g8g 11 'iyftlrffa ffij ;H' H? 'Pj $ fe "I.-- 1 DISPLAY ft" ffifr j'-- r ""SrtfSj"' Eft' '" f " E&" S S'l0bMYrK)0i:$'KJiF'K" $ :3r:IR03 &yK'&?'l "frffift,j&5'P''5''0'' He RflBQBf rrs7s-JS-S-i-j-Hjq-- J Placedbefore the public of this city. Never was the assortment so large and never were the prices based upon such small margins of profit. In the stock will be found W7m UlWfl 1 l 3J SN&C VSSSS' Tk nr, rtfK ZOf XySKKi XS3ttS&'J,n&'s d if Ml X-m- as Cl lifeJM a We shall have a publicreception every day and evening until ; -- Eve. : COME AND. JOIN THE PARTY :- M P SULZER is f V Breckenridge News Supplement. Breckenridge News. 10, 180T "SATURDAY, DECEMBER LOCAL BREVITIES. Thero vas a small wreck on tho branch rienrGlendenno last Wednesday. The East bound freight ran into n box car. Tho damage wo understand was slight nnd no ono wns hurt. Stuayed on Stolkm. A young man try. looking around for a present for his girl. Ilanunan can't keep furniture, ho Young man como into D'Huy's nnd open out your heart, if you can't bo suited Hells it. Mr. Huiische, of Cannelton, camo up there yoa can't bo suited at all. " A man out of n job " was circulating yesterday. Tlio New York Ledger for 5 cents n nbout town yesterday and it was his observation ns well n3 ours, that tho adverweek. Babbage. tisers wero all busy and tho rest of them For bargains in any .lino go to Bowmer wero not in it. A Hambleton's. Miss Mary Every cloak in the house at cost Bow S. D. Lloyd, Sawyer of this city and Mr. of Columbus, 0., will bo mer & Ilatnbleton. married at her homo in this city next BowFor molasses wo can't bo bent Wednesday morning at 0 o clock. . Tht'y mer & Hambleton. will leave immediately on tho train for Everybody enjoyed tho letters to Santa Columbus their future home. Olauslast week. Col. JeflTStoirett-sayHawcsvillo has Don't forget the cloaks at cost at Bow- a $3,500 holo in tho ground which will be given away to some strangor for a mer A Hambleton's. Christmas gift. Hero's a chance for Tho High School will eloso noxt Wed"Turk" Mattingly of this city. nesday for tho holidays. This town is doing n good business, Bow mer & Hnmbleton have tho nicest Tho holiday stocks aro going ofl rnpidly and best apples in town. as well as other lines. As wo have preMrs. L. D. Addison, of Addison, was viously remarked the fellow that don't in the city Wednesday. advertise isn't in it. Don't tako our Bargains in pants at Bowmer & Ham- word for it, but watch his store. bleton's for the next week. Tho Owensboro Messenger says : "Tho A nice assortment of cakes nnd candgrip is just getting a headway in Owens-- , boro. One physician reports that ho has ies and nuts at Soifried's, Mrs. It. It. Pierce died last evening a been called to seo eight or ten cases in the past two or threo days. Until tho few minutes past six o'clock. If sugar is what you want just give us Inttqiipart of last week thero was none." Balnnan & Frank tho bakers iiavo acall Bowiner & Hambleton. bought the vacant lot on wall street beC. J. Fella has the agency for tho Fullonging to Mr. William Vest, for SI 000 ton Avenue Brewery in this city. cash. Tho lot is !15 x 175 feet. The ShcrffTChas. Miller, purchasers will erect as soon ns the was in the city yesterday. weather will permit, a two story brick Miss Mable White, Detroit, Mich., is business house. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hurris. Eli Simons died yesterday morning nt Who is tho most popular little girl in 0 o'clock. Eli's was n sail death. Ho town. We shall see Christmas day. man nnd a lino Anything in canned goods you want was a bright young his thirst font demon and but for give us a call Bowmer & Hnmbleton. that never lets go when once it gets a The Breckenridge News and tho hold, would have been n useful citizen. Weekly ono year for His life should bo a warning to all who $1.75. aro alike afllictt'd. Hisi funeral will ocfrom his sister's residence, Wo are leaders In flno Koasted Coffees. cur y Call and examino Jour line. Bowiner & Mrs. L. G. Gregory. Hambleton. Mr. Al. Gary has returned from MichThis supplement will not be issued igan. Ho 6ays it is too cold up there for next Saturday. Our regular edition will him. "I've been falling around in tho snow for two months and couldn't stand come out as usual. Cast your vote for tho most popular it. You have tho finest climate in tho little girl in town. You will fiuu tho world nnd ono of the best towns, nnd the finest people I ever met. I intend to ballots at Babbage's. stay hero nnd go into somo kind of busiLost. Tho best opportunity to Eccuro This is the wuy thoy a valuable Christmas present unless you ness." they leavo Clpverport. all find it when We hope call on D'Huy Mr. Gary will find it piolltablo to reEugene Hnynes will begin work on main here. his new dwelling next week. Lalleist Wo had a pleasant visit of tho Ilev. A. and Mayhall aro the contiactors. A. Keitli, pastor of the 1st Baptist church We have more bargains in underwear. at Dado City and resident ot Lakeland. They won't last long at tho prices wo aro .Mr. iveiui explained now ins pastoral selling them Bowmer & Hambleton. and church duties keep him in Dade Very little tobacco lias been sold in City from Thursdny until Tuesday, this section. Tho buyers and sellers are church services being held in Dado City too far apart in their views as to prices. oven' Sunday, with young folks meeting Wo have a big line of flannel shirts. on Tuesday and prayer meeting nnd lecThey must go at some prico, come nnd ture Thursday evenings, Mr. Keitli is seoure a bargain Bowmer & Hambleton doing good nnd faithful work in the Baptist community nt Mrs. Dud Hambleton was a little bet- land advocate. Mr. Dade City. Laketer yesterday. Sho has recovered her Mr. J. E. Keitli this Keith is brother of city. speech to tome extent and has a good to-das ty g, ic lilobe-Democrat to-dato-da- Henry Head is in tho city. Go to Bowiner and Hambleton's. Go to Slioit & Hayncs for your drugs. Little Florenco Cottrell liaa tho grip. Fresh rye broad at Siiifried's Sam. Benvin has moved to tho coun- There aro very fow cases of grip in this town, so say tho physicians. Mr. Jas. A. Vanco and wife, Mr. Scott Vnnco nnd wifn nnd Mrs. Chas. .May went to LouBvillo Thursday. Thoy wero tho guests of Mr. J. K. MiCrackcn and wife. I1:'Ai m i ' m -- m lisjr- -1 Irnrai v i- pfo Our Many Friends, - - i a v t Vy , ',. -- V. ' V n . ." J 1 ' TTTTT1 VV JD TJTtOTT TTrtTT VV JLk3JLA ivu.rujci ITITT-- C .;." . r Meniet of Merry. " y i Clirie -' -'- xf j 'A ' V- - -- . . I 1 - f . J fi AND ,THE v, fXU't t y? J. nppeiue. Little girl that big doll is worth working for? Stir up your friends, bring them out and get them to cast their votes for you. -- AT THE The Citizens Gas Company hnvo piped their gas into their residences on tho upper side of the 'creek. They have n good supply. Don't put off" buying your goods till the last moment. Como while tho stock is unbroken and avoid tho rush. Babbage. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Sulzer and Mrs. A. I). Clark, Cannelton, were in tho city Thursday, the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. V. Nolte. Mrs, J. D. Brashear, Owensboro, was in the city Thursday tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Jennio Jabino at tho Clover-po- rt You will find everything you wnnt Hotel. to ent : Mr. S. I. Lewis lias sold his dwelling on the hill to Mrs. Emma Smait, prico SUGAR, COFFE, .i23. cash. Mr. Lewis will buy a lot FLOUR, MEAT, nnd build. VlitJETAIJLES, Joe Ball has been to tho country for a CANNED GOODS, week feastiug on squirrels nud pumpkin pie. lie was the guest of S. C.Frank, CIGARS, Mattingly. TOBACCO, Wanted. A neat young lady or genFIGS, tleman to liavo Santa Glaus to bring RAISINS, ETC. them one of tho beautiful Gold Watches In fact everything in the at D'Huy's for a Christmas present. Anything in tho jewelry lino you want for Christmas, if wo haven't got it in stock wo can get it for you on short Grocery&Confectionery Line notice nnd nt bottom prices. Short & Haynes. Thankful for past favors. ReMauager Nolto remarked at his big opening last Tuesday night "advertising spectfully solicit you to call, we is what dono it. I can't account for it take great pleasure in waiting any other way. Wo had only a simplo upon you. ono lino announcement in tho News and you see tho crowd hero Thero were over COO people visited their store on that occasion. Don't you see. Manager. X-m- Stop! Stop! Stop! Happiest i -:- - of i; -:- - Happy I -:- - New s- - Yearst , BANKRUPT t 'ft: V, - t. ''(. nl" i" STORE J. U. Moorman, .'jt I ra m I ibii - i fijr iiBar ' s JBkeckenridge News Supplement. Breckenridge News. 11), SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1891. hat People are Doing and Talking About. it Ml". City of TwoTlioimiiml MvcVltloAivnln Natural Soul. fesso "VV. On pii uredny. Jet out vour stockings. wont to Louisville I'linrlio Mook, Louisville, was in the ' tins week. r. Newsoin is building sovenil now ages on tho West Hill. hero will bo soVernl now business ises built hero in the spring. rnel Holder lias built n very neat ago on liis lot on Fourth street. UNonv. For tho nico lot ot ,cnnily, iges, figs, dates and nuts just arrived fc'HllVH. telegraph ofllco has been opened at Falls of Rough, and is in tho hands I lady operator. q will print another installment of inta Glaus letters in our regular on next Wednesdav. -. ti . iss Umo LnHcist and Miss Li In ms went to Louisville Wednesday tour of inspection. It is whispered, know. Pktl'he. Mother with a beautiful f silverware, John with a gold watch with a diamond ring. Six pair of i around papa's neck. Happy fami- lll tho presents came from D'Huy's. Mrs. J. E. Keith went to Owensdoro Thursday.- Mr. W. J. Dean, of Olendeane, is visiting his son, Mr. J. A. Dean Owens-bor- o Messenger. Miss Claudia Stith, of Breckenridgo county, is visiting Mrs. E. S. Foote. Owonsboro Messenger. Mrs. G. W. Mullen, of Whitesvillo, and Miss Jcnnio Mullen, of Clovcrport, am visiting at Mr. J. Q. Hayncs'. Owensboro Inquirer. J. R. Jarboc, Mooleyvilio, was in tho city Wednesday. Mr. Jarboo is building anew houso on his farm and was here purchasing material. How8 Tins 7 A long slender tapering finger. A pretty gold band ring just placed on it, two hearts that beat as one. Wedding in June. Tho ring canto from D'Huys. Engineer Muzy, who sprained hisauklo very badly a few days ago in stepping ofl" his engine, left yesterday for his homo Ho will be off for a in Jeflersonville. week or two. Miss Lilu Adams tho little beauty of Lewisport who has been tho guest of Miss Lafio Lalleist for soveral weeks, returned homo yesterday. Tho boys are in tears in consequence. R. E. Moorman has sold his grocery stock to W. G. Smart. An invoico was being made yesterday. Mr. Smart will add to tho stock a complete line of boots, bIiocs, liata, caps and men's furnishing goods. Mr. Smart is an old merchant and a go6d one, and will do business. I Sed It and I Mean It lick me. ! And if you don't like it you had better I sed that f Cf(l)jtS& HUY pre- .... Has the largest Une of :christmasi JM oods: In the city and that he is the cheapest man to buy of. I Sed If you want to give your boy or girl a costly sent give them a -- ITHE A H01JDAY :- II mii MINIMI NMIHAII lift L.D.Addison : ADDISON, itf, SEA Is fast drawing near and soryo your wants. ON ACDISOP, KV. wo aro GOLD WATCH, A DIAMOND RING SCARF PIN, EAR RINGS :: : BRACELET or WATCH CHAIN ::- -: -- :- - better prepared than over before to Don't r Off Put Buying Holiday Goods until the last few days, but make your selections now while our toek is Complete )ur store is filled with practical demonstrations of genuine bargains oy ijto not go out like "Hot Cakes" it will bo tho 9 iUYERS FAULT NOT OURS. have a full lino of Toys, Gaines, Plush Goods, Oil Paintings, lie Figures, Vnces and all tho thousand and one things that go to up f,Vo the prettiest you ever saw at D'Huy's. I Sed That if you want to please your wife, go to D'Huy and buy her some nice Silver Tableware and get the real value of your money invested. I Sed If you want to make your girl "love you long and never cease," buy some of the fine Toilet Cases in Plush or Silver at D'Huy's. I Sed That the largest line of Toys in the city is at D'Huys, where every boy or girl can be suited, no matter how big or little, old or young, it is the only place in the city where all can be suited. I ged That D'Huy is the only man in ,Cloverport having two large rooms filled to overflowing with Christmas Goods. I Sed That D'Huy buys his goods to sell, not to keep for seed, but marks 'em close, and how they do go, over half gone and Christmas a week off, guess he will go and get another stocky I Sed That D'Huy will give away a fine Parlor Lamp to the most popular lady in Cloverport or County. Every purchaser is entitled to a vote, go in,' buy often and vote often for your favorite. I Sed If you don't believe what I say go to D'Huy's y and see for youself and keep going until you get what you want. to-da- ,nta Claus' Pack. J'rescnts for tho grave and tho gay, tho old and tho young. A Prices to suit every purse. o for every one to bo made happy. u i.un ussuiuuuui ui wimiyuo, Vlll una in our viruuury .Lepurtuiuub n's, Bananas, Coccanuts, Figs, etc. Candies oC every description, Groceries. Como ono and 1 as a full stock of Staplo and Fancy 1 seo for yourselves that you got more for your money than any else. Remember our motto Quick Sales and Small Profits." on't for get the place L. D. f ' ADDSION, ADDISON, KY. And if you don't like it and want to lick me; I'm your Huckleberry from away back on Bitter Creek. r- - D'HUY for BARGAINS. "srr V J Bbeckenridge News Supplement. S; SWEEPING fc- REDUCTIONS insr i' rSoiiOtsdai3o -' " KSTgT eafcEcJ6 SSO " ' CLOTHING COST FOR CASH. . ' - From now until January 1st, 1892, we will offer our entire stock of Clothing at Also a full line of 'm:'' ' - v Cloaks and Jackets We will save you money. ". Call and examine before buying elsewhere. "tW 5& BOWMER & HAMBLETON, CLOVEKPOET, Wm')PlM SSSSSSSS mMJ,'.iiwinta Breckenridge News. 12, 1SH1 SA1THDAY, DECEMBER LOCALS. Miss Kntio ltoyd is nick with la grippe. Milt Miller, of Sample, was in town yesterday. Limberger, sweiUcr and cream cheese at Seifried s. Fresh fruits of all kinds on hand. !owmer& Hambleton. A nice lino of watches, clocks and jewelry at Short & llaynes. The Western Fanners Almanncu for 112 for sale at Kabbah's. For any thing in the grocery line, call on Bowmer & llanibleton. Foi'sn. Tho best place in the city to jet Christmas goods is at D'Huys. You can get anything you want in the drug or jewelry line at Shoit & Ilaynes. Just received a lot of ltoger Uro's knives, forks and spoons. Short & Ilaynes. Ilium. Horn to tho two largo double stores at D'Huy's the handsome lino of Christmas goods in tho city. Eugene Goir got tho middle linger of his right hand badly mashed tho other day while hauling gas pipe from the wharf. Wo are Headquarters for dried fruits of nil kinds. Everything nico for fruit cake, mince meat fresh and nice. llowmer and llanibleton. Stolknv Tho Hhrewd buyers aro stealing a march on their friends by getting their selection of Christmas goods at D'Huy's. Plenty there for you yet. t, Dr. G. M. Marshall, formerly of has been appointed House burgeon of the Manhattan Eye & Ear Hospital, Now York City. His many friends !n this section will be glad to hear of his promotion. Mr. William Sahlio and Miss Annie Tinius, both of this city, wero married at tho Baptist church Thursday morning at J) o'clock. It was a very pretty wedding and innny friends were present to w it. .Itev. lirandon performed tho ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Sahlio left immediately for Lonisville, where thoy will upend ft few days and then return and tako rooms at tiio Clovcrport Hotel. X-mStcph-ensporss C HRIS T M A.S lift (fly Mnmf?r) &0?'$$yy fjssrfs) rss jnt GOODS! . l Oursjis not the Great Show on Earth, But it the Greatest Show In tl town. j Now Little ,Boys a Girls don't you see Sa Glaus With his immens Iio&d of:- - :PrQ$enI These were all unload at our store. Tell y mamma and papa wh to find him. If they do know the place show th( this Coach and four. Houp-l- a ! Clear the tral and let Old Santa pass. Jno. D. Babbag Headquarters for Santa Olaus. KRIS KRINGLE'S TALLY HO! CLOVERPORT, E. C. Baihuge, Man'r. '