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Thl In not put tnUw Examine the Label sh.ipe of a ilun, lor wc don't nrejU money, hut the fellows we ow c& do, nmt we'd like to sntlsh them, ,g ;; VOL XVI. NO. 20. MERRY CHRISTMAS IS COMING. EVERY MONTH Ily It- - C. Dodge in Detroit Free Press. s f 'if- - Resound with joyous mirth, Shows a gratifying increase in tho Within, beneath tho mistletoe, Yule logs blazo warm and bright, amount of Exchange and Custom Without the hills nnd dnles aro Clad in snowy Mantler white ; work wo are doing, and The little girls nnd boys, so good, Have each a beaming face, And letters no one else cun. Read to Santa Glaus they trace ; They dream about his coming w th his reindeers and his sleigh Until thoy don't know how, nla Si to wait for Christmas day. Tho very biggest stockings That dear mamma has got To hnng tip by the chi M ney for each eager little tot, For well they know that Panta CI A us w ill enter w ith n bound I Christmas Ti Hut when it comes to ovoryon It mnkes good will nnd penco nnd lovo And homes, however humble, till Hurrah formorry it comes but onco a year. it brings a goodly cheer, Reign over all tho earth, Mo 1 E -- .., mm Durham Cigar ... FOR A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE - BBslfcras EVERY DAY the -- : ; GREAT,' And (111 tho row of stocking S when they are. sleeping sound. Brings encouraging words from our Plum 'puddings rich, To g i v o us such n customers Thoy invariably pay jolly fen S t on minco p '"Give me some ;more of the Tho old folks, nil made young ayain, And smuggle- homo big bundles f Ami, thinking only how they may And feel tho sweetest joy there Ilurrnli for Christinas now is And hnng them by the chimney 1 cs and cakes arc being made with c.irc, royal Christmas fare. Croud in tho $tor s w ith git o M 0 r tho Merry Christmas tree, ' Make others In ppy show s for Heaven to bestow, Near. Get out the stoekimrs, quick, Grate, all ready for St. Niok. I and B . mSmmsmwMMnWS. I IT EQUALS ANY 10 CENT CIGAR only:!. lfilHSlffiiM I HHHHlI WWSmimm lf'lHsl.HiKVBflHsvvVvVsssisBlisB y ' IN THE MAEIOST. same kind,'' Itoad Laws. LONG BRANCH. School closes (Thursday.) Miss Ella Hendrick spent Sunday in the lower bottom. ' Tho problem of improving country roads is engaging tho attention of tho And thaftis what wo aro doing fast people in several States moro than at as possible. If you have not tried tiny previous period, and no Stato needs agitation on tho subject moro than Kenus, do so at onco, and Bupply your- - tucky. Bclf with the Mr. Kirk, oi Pittsburg, has prepared a road law, and submitted it for disscus-sio- n to tlio people of Pennsylvania, and -:n similar law is proposed in Virginia. Mr. Kirk's law provides : -:- "l'lrst For the appointment by the Governor Best Flour and :-- -:- - Meal We Manufactured in the stato. eerve you promptly any day in the week. If you want to buy Flour Dr Meal, send us your orders. Master Frank Holiw ay is on tho sick list with typhoid fever. Several of tho ladies were in Brandenburg shopping last week. Mr. Geo. Kcnolds and Sim Dooley are expected homo from Ohio this week. Miss Annie Fontaine, of Brandenburg, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. W. of a State Superintendent of Koads, to serve 0. McGehec. durlng.the Governor's term of office and ever Mr. Chas. Crawford, foreman of the four years thereafter, to be elected when the Ky., Heating and Lightning Co., wont Governor is elected, by popular vole, nnd to receive a salary of four thousand dollars a year, to Eureka last week in tho interest of giving bond In the sum of twenty thousand tlio company. dollars. Mr. David Murray attornoy for tho "Second The appointment by the State of a County Superintendent for railroad camo up last week and settled Superintendent tho stock claims in this neigbboihood, each county, subordinate to State Superintendent, with a salary of three thousand dollars, satisfactory to all parties. bonding In ten thousand dollars, State Superintendent to hae supreme control over all roads and bridges and to report annuilly to the nnd CIGAR .i ,o,A4K iiW wk SS vK if $ EQUALITY 5Jf TELLS- - Ifcvn-CTC'Z'TTIEeiE.T- D ib-s- t HETTERMANN BROS. 801 & 80S W. MAIN STREET, L. E. SHANNON, Gen. Prices quoted on application. Respectfully, IRVfNGTON IhIIUKG-- CO., IRVINGTON, KY. . .. & Co. Santa Clans Bottom " Saint Nicholas finds the boys and girls of this neighborhood have been io extremely Rood, that lie despairs of being able to reward them nil In person. So he has formed a temporary partnership with our firm. We are the "Co" in the concern. He has crowded our store with myrinds of things dear to juvenile hearts, and Insist only that we name Prices-:- - In addition to toys goods In general, we show an endless prolusion of sensible and elegant gifts goods for people of all sorts, and purses of all degrees of fatness. We should like a chance to show them a Popular musical to s at all prices. toe. 15c China sets for little maids l'lu.li goods at lair prices. Fine photo albums (a) 34, 49, 74, and oyc. Dolls without end 5, 10, mid 16c. Sec our French bisque dolls 35 In. long 34c. worth 75c. Superior French bisque dolls, dressed, n. 74c. worth 1 1.15. Wood playthings, pleasing and durable. China cut's and saucers a. 24 and 35c. French China sets, cup, saucer n nil plate a. 49c. worth 7jc, An tndloss variety of dainty China novelties a. 5c. .Fine toilet soips, 6 cakes In box, a. toe. per box. 4pc. Water set with hammered brass waiter a. 99c. "worth 11.50. Klcgant cut glass cruet set with trny a. 99c. Worth ii.ac. Superior cut glass castors a. 49, 74c, and t 1,00 worth twice the money. Glass sjrup mugs asst. styles, a. inc. worth it. Asst. styles of fine glass bowls, with and without covers only 10c. See our drummer, sifters worth 35c. anywhere, 'Z3T nnlv 10c. A large line of chamber sets in French, China hand painted n.l fine .l.nnl..l nmi.l. at ....... lar prices. Also an ciegani line 01 rrencn ui corated China ten and dinner sets at all prices. A good hair brush, n good cloth brush only ioc. I.lnen picture books for the little ones a. 5, and 10c. Our 10c. leader, 34 sheet paper and 24 cinclopcs in decorated box only 10c. Sec our large crystal glass pitcher only toe, worth 35c. Several asst. styles French plate hind mirrors a. 5 and 10c. Don't forget that our 5c. nml 10c. to you, :CounIer5: Are loaded with bargains to numerous to mention. We have nTilg stock of fine Imported silk mufflers In hand piintcd goods, stripes nml checks, and all the newest shades at rock bottom prices. Ladles and Rent's fine Imported linen handkerchiefs. In plain, white, hemstitched and borders Fine silk umbrellas with new stjlc handler ut popular prices. A large line of German linen towels, linen throws in asst. styles. A line line of white anil colotcd table linens. Ask to see these goods, at prices to please. CIoTBin$: Our stock In this department u us never exccll- cd for quality, styles and low prices. Should you want any thing In the clothing line, we can nleato you, both In sty lis, quality mid prices. I ry us, DreS5 Gooftr ss3 J(uLLer5 Our variety of dress goods Is tmmmense, We have all the popular new styles, trimmings, etc. Bool5,SKoe5 k Do you need shoes or boots or rubbers of any kind, style or quality 1 Call and see us, we nre headquurtersforall kinds of shoes, nnd at lowest prices. Don't for get the place. t GEO. YEAKEL 7? J & CO. BRANDENBURG, KY. 0 u II, Blder Ilaggaid, Norman Lockyeri Uenan Doyle Mark Twain, J. Obaudler Ilarrli. William Black, Has secured durlngl892 W. D, Howelli, George Herldlth, Andrew Lang, St. Oeorge Mirnrt, Budyard Klplltgi B. Louis Stevenson. W. Clark Bnaiell, MaryE.W.lkln!. Franoei Hodgion Burnett, And many other distinguished writers. Is.tlio irreatcst Sunday Ncwepapor in tlio world. Price Be. a copy. By mail. $2 a year. AdttrcbN. The Sunday Sun ' TIIK NIJIV, NetvYerk, Tho people's remedy for tho euro of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hoarseness, Gocrnor. Bronchitis, Croup, Influenza, Whooping "Third An Issue annually for ten successive Cough, Incipient Consumption, is Dr. bearyears of bonds for six millions of dollars, ing Interest ut 3 per icnt. per annum, payable Bull's Cough Syrup, tlio old reliable. All moneys received to be In Prico 25 cents. the custody of the Stitc Treasurer, who shall ! distribute the sum to be expended annually , Attention Old Soldiers. among the countlc, according to a specified All soldiers of Meade county are re' plan. With tho goods nnd tho prices to please all. Our stock is complete in overy lino. Our line of in j "Fourth The Imposition of a general road quested to meet at tho court-hous- o tax, to be levied on all property nllke, whether Brandenburg on tho first Saturday in in cities or boroughs, or rural districts, and inJanuary, at 1 o'clock, p. m., for tlio purcluding In the levy nil railroad or other charterpose of making arrangements preparaed corporations, mills, furnaces or factories. tory to organize a Grand Army Post at "Fifth The assessment of a poll tax of one All soldiers who read dollar per head on all male citizens over twenty-on- e Brandenburg. years of age, with loss of vote at the sue- - this will please Bend word to others to jConsists of all tho latest styles .and kinds. rccillntr election in uciium 01 paynieui." come. 'Tho object of tho order is excluTho proposed Virginia law is simple in sively for mutual social intercourse, help laCGDEsaaaiCTrai " its provisions, and more practical in its and relief, tho samo as in other social ,t L30EI33 sixaccoaoEiccna &Q application. It provides lor tho ap- orders. By order of many soldiers, all pointment of a Chief Engineer by tho of whom we hope will promptly assist. Board of Public Works, to liavo charge T. S. Coleman, of all tho roads of tho Stntc, tho work Gus. W. Il.utitis upon thooads to bo dono by convicts. E. It. Bonduraxt. Tho Chief Engineer is to appoint a resiand others. dent engineer and subordinate officers. The Pathogenic Microbe, The general supervision of tho convict Qr poison bearing germ, oxcercises a forces is to bo under control of tho Superintendent of the Treasury, but tho most destructive influence, and continudirection of the voikoftbo convicts is ally waging war against health. Innumto be in cbargo of tho Chief Engineer, erable is this mighty foe, and but few tn together with the appointment of all escape his injury. Entering tho system foremen, guards and freo laborers. The through tho blood, this poisonous girm infects every part of tho body, and salaries of the oilicers aro left in blank. spreads its deadly virus everywhere. It is understood that Mr. Gardiner, Under ordinary conditions it multiplies from Jefferson tho Ivpprebentativo rapidly, and soon maintains a strongcounty in tho approaching Legislature, hold upon tho human body. To overhas devoted considerable study to the come tliis enemy, and put an end to its matter, and will introduce a bill on tho destruction has CO for a long while occusubject as soon as that body assembles. pied tho timo and energies of scientists. Ho is particularly anxious to protect tho Their labors havo at last been rewarded people of Jefferson county from tho op- with success, and a most important dis-- : :- pressions and nbuso which thoy linvo covery has thus been mado known to suffered from tho tumpiko companies. tho world. It has been shown that this Ho could not render his constituents n germ can bo forced Ladtt op tiih IIouse Do you still like our Charter Oah Stove as well as whea wo from tho body first got It, Marv? moro valuable service. Louisville Post. through tho tho pores pf tho skin, and Skkvant Olt, oTcry bit as well, Ma'am. Lady op the House I am expecting a friend to tako dlnnerwlthus next week, on purposo that this is tlio only method by which a to show her how nlco our stovo cooks everythlnc and I want you to havo a nlco dinner tor us. Brighten up; you don't have to plank permanent and sure euro of diseases of HnnvANT indeed I will, Ma'am. There's no trouble to cook nlco with that storo. The Trim Ga uxe Oven liooru makes It so much easier than other stoves I havo been used to, down a fortune ; you can get Salvation tlio blood can bo effectod. S. S. S. lias and I havo to much moro time to make everything lust right. Just look at that roll! I never bavo bad luck with bread, biscuits or cake, now. Oil for 25 cents. for years been curing blood diseases and Ladv optiiu Housis Why.howdojou explain It? Gilded live cent pieces aro going for their results, and it is by this method of BmiVANT Well, I don't havo to watch everything so close for fear It will burn. You know how careful you havo to bo with a I nki d custard, It fs so apt to burn on top before It Is baked gold pieces, but Dr. Bull's eliminating all impurities through tho through. Tho Charter Oak bakes It perfectly without any danger of burning, And then in roastli g a turkey, I dnn't havo to keep bastlnir It every flvo minutes. It roasts beautifully brown Cough Syrnp needs no gliding to make skin that it has pei formed its great without it. and without drjing It up llko tho tlghtovrns do. And you know how crisp tho bKcult-- aro u Ithout being hard and tough. You always praised my biscuits, but If It wasn't for it go. Price only 25 cents. work. All manner ot complaints hnving tho wire gauzo oven door I know thoy wouldn't lo near as nlco. I hopoI'U never havo to cook any where again w hero they haven't got a Charter Oak Stovo orlltanse- their origin in an impure and disordered It looks now as if Green It. Keller, of condition of tho blood havo been suctho Carlislo Mercury, would bo elected cessfully treated by this nnrivalled blood Clerk, and James E. Stone, of Brecken-ridg- o medicine. Being purely a vegetable county, would bo tho assistant preparation S. S. S. is entirely harmless( Clerk. Mr. Stono is ono of tho best and no bad effects result from its uso. clerks and ono of tho most polito and Treatise on Blood ahd Skin diseases Wa are now closing out our lino of agreeable gentlemen wo ever knew, and mailed freo. in addition lias a rich, clear and musical SWIFT SPECIFIO CO., Atlanta, Ga. voico which can bo distinctly heard A Good Pair of Pullets. without effort. A better man could not Mit. EuiToit: I havo two pullets, I boeUcled to tlio position ho aspires. helow cost. 40.1-4- 07 raised last Spring, of tlio Whito WyanIttibscllvillo Herald. All things go cheap for cash, and especially our dotte breed, they havo laid 50 eggs in tho last four weeks, they aro still laying. From the GoUhboro ( JV. C.)IIcuiWjht, Mrs. G. M, YouNOEn, ATTESTED ) Ono of tho most Dec. 14 1891 f hoilCBt Bllil rolioblo rurULAKlXX. J houses wo havo over There was Tom, the son of the Piper, AND dealt with is tho Swift Specific ComJack Sprat, nnd Merry King Cole, pany, of Atlanta, Ga., tho well known And the Three Wise Men of Gotham, From I to 600 horsepower. Who wont to sea In a bowl ; founders and manufacturers of tho so The woman who lode on n broomstick, very popular blood remedy, S S. S., And swept the cobwebbed sky, DO GENERAL Wo must closo thorn out hy fall to give room for our which to our personal knowlcdgo has And the boy who Bat In the corner, seccured many people throughout this Hating his Christmas pie. There were sr mo of tho old favorites, tion of terriblo blood diseases. Our druggists inform us that in tho past six but thoy havo boon supplanted by tho months they havo sold moro of S. S. S. .'Pansy" and "Chatterbox" stories, "Lit-tl- o Lord Fauntleroy," and "Fivo Littlo Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, than any other preparation for tho blood on their shelves. Tho success achieved Peppers." Tho Old fashioned pills and We Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machine. expect to handlo a lino of goods this fall that cannot ho surpassed. physics havo been superseded, and wiseby that firm i? mainly duo to thoir Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, Wo havo on hand also, a splondid lino of advertising and to tho purity of ly, loo, by Pierce's Purgativo Pellets, a Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Bolting, their medicino, which does everything mild, harmless and effective cathartic. Iron and Wood Pulloys, Shafting, Hangors, Brass Goods, claimed for it. Wo aro unable- to record Thoy aro pleasant to tako so gontlo in has thoir action that tho most dolicato child rt singlo instance wlioro a purchaser Tipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, Como in and givo us a trial, and get a bargain in something boon deceived or disappointed. A trea-tis- o can tako them, yet so ofl'eclivo that thoy And all kinds of Mill and Machino Supplies. you need boforo this opportunity is gono on Blood and Skin diseases will bo will euro tho most obstinato cases of and all husinoss guaranteed to ho satisfactory 'Respectfully, constipation, stomach, liver and bowel mailed freo to all who address, '?' , .Correspondence solicited. troubles. Thoy should bo in every nurSWIFTSPEOIFIO CO., Atlanta, Ga. sery. As a gontlo laxativo, only ono for .A. OAJLiILi. HAItDINSBURO, KY. a doso. Job printing dono at this office. Traveling Agt. IS HERE LOUISVILLE, KY. i k SANTA GLAUS AND SO ARE WE ! FURNITURE -' SPECIAL. TOBACCO, EICE, SODA, SHOT. POWDEK. LOADED SHELLS. and FLOUR 6 MEAL. SUGAR, COFFEE, five-doll- MOLASSES. i HENSLEY, JOLLY DEJERNETTE, FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, HARDINSBURG, KY. UMiosm HARRY GUENTHER & BRO., East Main St., SUMMER LAWNS -- :e nsr Gmsr:ES-AND - GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. NEW STOCK OK GOODS. FOUNDRY MACHINE DUSINESS. - Drugs and Patent Medicines WITT MEADOR, GIYB TJS ). X. v7vT,r- I WV Breckenridge T News. ' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1801. " 1NO. D. A VIRGIL G. IIAUUAOK, Editors and Proprietor!. Olendenne, Ky , Dec. 15,, 1891. Well Dear Santa Claus ns I havo never written to you beforo will toll you what I want a big dolt and have had a nine writing scholl. I would llko an nlbim a nice grammer and candy and orangos lemons send my little brother Itosco some candy a little hobby bono well will hnft to elose by saying to dear old santa Claus good by your loving friend. Emma K Davison. Clovcrport, Ky., Dec. 20, 1891. Dear Old Santa Claus I have bcon sick and could not run for the big doll In Jlr. Babbage's so I will ask you to bring me one I liko a brunett best nnd I want n story book that I mirat Mr. Babbagos awhlto boar and tricycle that I saw at Uncio Bacons dont forget my candy oranges and fruits please jour lit tlo Iricnd Halllo Warucld. F fj.,St. Ii.fcV. I.ocnl Time Cnrd. Mall and Express going Kail West ii " Kaat Kxpreii .' West ' East Loca. freight West " 10.01 a.m. 10.44 a.m. 5.57 p.m. 9.4(1 show-windo- w Come To The Mammoth. e3ST GIFTS, f I GIFTS. i ef f7yj'J a .& ttrt VxS I fp'S' ii 53-S- S HOLIDAY ... GUESS ON THK 8 HOLIDAY 4 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. "SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN COME UNTO ME TO ForSuch Is the Kingdom of Heaven." Clovorport, Ky., Doc. 20, 1891 Dear Santa Ulaus l am n little boy 11 years old, and I want you to bring mo a Utile stiek horse, black doll, bnrlow knife, soma candy and nuts, now Santa don't forget mo. s III i " Below wo givo another installment of bright letters from the- little children. Our only oxcuso for doing so, is that it is their time of year to have their say, and right royally nro they doing it: The I'coplo Wlio Will Itiir ' Clovcrport, Ky., Deo. 16, 1881. Old Santa Clau. bear Sir. llrlng seven dollar nnd I preent that I want will buy all the Breckon-rldg- e from the pcoplo who advertise In the Newi. I will loon be seven yean old, I have never been to school I learned to read In the little teacher and the Drcckcnrlrigo Ncwj at home I read all tho advertisements jn big letters abont Julius Winter and Sulier's and Micbenl llamman't Ilearse the Hearse Is a picture they haul dcud people in and the about old Santa Glaus. Betsey Trotwood Barbco. r. S, I hopo this will bo the best letter. Sample, Ky. Dear Old Santa Claus. I want a pack of firecrackers I want nlno or ten boxes or caps for my pistol romnn candles I want a double barrel shot gun I have Just Irarnt how to write this is the first letter that I ever wrote If you cant read my letter you havo to guess at it I nm eight years old. Flnloy .Miller. Big Spring Doc. 10, 1801. Dear Old Santa Claus I want you to bring mo a doll baby buggy a doll and a plcturo book and a set of little diihcs. Your little girl Mamie Board. Adolph Fisher Farber. Chonault, Ky., Dee. 19, Claus I am almost scared win uo to lato for a chnnoe send me some candy, nuts, 1891 Dear Santa ni xti. vjiuvvo, kj uiuivutio, ni;i;iiwi:iii, Canes. Furs. Collars. Shirts. Bus-ponders, Shoes, Hats, etc., for I Men, Boys nnd Children, nnd Shoes for Ladies nt 10 per cent, lower prico thnn nny othor house 17.. . ,A In 41. rt Wiat Pnl..fi if nnd get tho biggest holiday bar-P fminn of vnnr Ufa. or wrltn for U catalogue. v TT...1.W.11..U i .js "IP Great OX K Hunting Coats nnd Jioota, Hiding Suits, Working Suito, Dress Suits, 'Waterproof Coats, Dressing Gowns, Smoking Jackets, Underwear of every grade, "White Shirts, Flannel Shirts, in fact everything tlint Men, Boys nnd Childrcinvcnr. bona for illustrated catalogue. gjj Ailrcrtlkc. orange, raisins album, accordian bisque doll. I dont nsk for anything more I urn a little school girl 10 years old. Yours Truly. Zllpnh Frymlre. Dear Santa Claus I am not very la'ge, but want a mighty heap of things. Leave the things in the dining-roofur our Chrismat treo, for if you were to bring tho things down tho chimney, I am afraiU you wilt mako a mistake and go to Orand-pa- 'i room. Please bring me pockot book, cart, bed, dull, book, candies, nuts and everything good, don't forget tho baby. Your loving Vivian Murray Pieroe. for fear my letter for tho prise please ll3330&BO-C&-S- Men'5 Overcoat fl $200 In gold for DonH Make A jTIlNtuko .Simla. The Mammoth's Overcoats and Suits are celebrated throughout Kentucky for their handsome appcaranco and low prices. , $4.48, $2.98 ' warm workingpurchases a good overcoat $3-48- hose who guers ncarost ti his weight. il(i Children's Overcoats $1.39.' tnrfnliln 81-G9 It o s Hereford, yoirs old, 1 a 3 fat- 0 styles " $3 00 ' 13. for very com- OirnrAnnla in nHrnnrnr4 v v wiriAft? iuUiblUUTU for boys from 4 to 13. $5,0Q for cholco of ox- tra good Overcoats ; ago 4 to 5 v fsis 0 ted for Christmas, and somo I I'm Nlco to Dear flood Old Santa Claus I know you will bo glad to hear Uncle Fred' sent us five dollars lor Christmas, but please don't let this mako you feel poor for I want lots of things. Hcresbo goes, seated wagon, pockot book, books, roman candlos, fire crnckors, candios,&o flood bye It. Allen Pierco. Dear Santa Claus I am a good boy nnd if you ploaso sir, I wnnta big drum and a story book and I want a billy goat and a little wag-o- n nnd a littlo wheel barrow and I watt a train what you wind up. that will run by itseir and 1 want tho whole earth. Your littlo boy Odlo liarrill Young. Ilnvo All Undo, extra heavy Overcoat or fit for any gentleman to wear. tor, v ' ' Uls- - $11.98, ig. w, Vi"W b J $19.98,, choice of or farmer's wife ought to carry off ono of the farmer Short i?i-'-u Pants Suits fe1 AQ very elegant Overcoats and Ulsters from5 Fcchheimor, Gooukinu cc (Jo's., celebrated stock ; equal to any on earth for tho money. $50 cash prttfs. him In our window wo or will sendxou guess cards with every mall order and you can guoss by mall.Qnessing to continue till New Years Writo for particulars or come and see him. See $1.98, for good heavy short pats Stiits ; ago 4 to 14, warmly lined. $5, gives mothers choico of our seven hundred short pants Suits in great variety and ovcry style. Boy's and Men's warm Winter Caps, in heavy Beaver Cloth, Chinchilla' and fur. Boy's Children's, Men's and Ladies' Shoes at the lowest prices ovor named $3 ' S4 Boots and Shoes, Clothing', Hats and Caps and Gent's Furnishing1 Goods. 1 in C3-- 0 TO POE- - m V- -J HEN'S Suits. fe7 QQ SUITS. t? V K Cloverport, Ky., Dec. 19, 1891. Dear Santa Claus I want you to bring mo a tricjle a muff n picture book some candy oranges bana nas nnd nuts that is nil I want. Your little Fannie Louise Smith. friend. .ninny In Itlglu, Wallace Don't icop 1 1 K I Dee. 15, 1891. Dear Old Santa Claus have been thinking for sometime I would write you a little letter to let you know what I want you to bring me Christmas now as Christmns is so near I guess I had better not Well wait no longer or you might forget me. ono thing I want is n chain bracelet with a lock on it and I would, I would llko very much to have a ring for I lost tho ono you brought uie last Christmas. Now please bring mo thoso two thing nnd I will be so happy. I hnve been told you have come down tho chimney you surely have a bard time gotting through the stove pipe nnd O my what do you do when tho stove has Groin It. I expect you pet protty hot dont you. I tell you what I will do I will leave door open so you wont have so much troublo In getting in. I think you such a good old man to give all the littlo Well I wont children so many nice things. write any moro for I am afraid If I write to much you will get angry and then I know I would not get what I want now please dont forget to came to tho house on tho east hill of Brandenburg for tho door will bo open I will go to bed early and I wont watch you for I known you would not llko it if I did. flood-by- e Annie McAuliffe. your little friond. Brandenburg. Ky. Dec. 18. 1891. Dear Santa Claus. I want you to bring me a double barrel shot gun just liko papas and a pistol nnd n pack of roaming candle; my papa is tho jailer and ho says if you dont bring me what I tell you he will put you in jail. I am ton j ears old your little friend. Willie Harrington. Claus I Clovcrport. Ky. Dear Santa would like to havo a velocipede I want some oranges candy nnd cocanuts 1 want a toy pistol, from your littlo friend Dear flood Santa Claus I have been so anxious to know bow Santa Claus gets to so many houses in one night. I can't see how he accomplishes so much and havo thought I would peep and see, but Mamy says it will make him augry ami he wont bring me anything next choico of a $5.98, gives f4 ' 98 'large variety you warm winter of 8.98, $9.98 Suits, extra well ma(j0 ami finished. Suits from $11.98 to $24. 98 in all the fashion- Handsome gifts for our ablo styles. As wo soil our stock at cost from now until after Now Year, call in and prico our goods, you will bo sure to buy from doodman & Klein. And don't forget about tho Pumpkin, it will be cut" Christmas Eve. Don't fail to purchase 82.00 worth of goods as you will get a guess at tho $22.50 Dresser. Goodman & Klein, CLOVERPORT, KY P'0 in Louisville year. Mamy says one night as she lay in her trundle bed sbo thought alio would peep, she has boen sorry ever since, for ho never came ngaln, so liloase brine rdano. nocktt.honk. seated wagon, books, roman candles, anything else you think will please mo. With lo o, Wallace D. Pierce. customers. Don't buy until you have examined our goods and prices. "Wo can and do save you 25 to 40 per cent, on every article you buy. jfiB Santa Claus Please bring me a Christmas tree and a box of tools and a book that tells ull Clovcrport, Ky., Dec. 20, 1891 flood Old KLEINHANS & SIMONSON, ;v w. . about sweet old Santa, and a wagon and a horn to blow bring nuvthlng else you think best. O yc9 Santa Claus don't forget my good home up town Brlggio, Your boy ago 6 cars, ltaymend A. May. Simla Clovcrport, Ky., Dec. 13, 1891 Dear Santa Claus Pleaso send mo a Tricycle if you can. If you cun't send mo a wagon with a horse that I can buok up and hitch on, and I want an overcoat like l'a's, not quite so long, and a pair of shoes and rubbers. I bate gut u pair of Boots that I llko to wear but Oraco don't liko to take mo to Sunday School with thorn on. (I pulled alt the outside off my rubbers), and send me a Book about you nnd how you do with little children, New please don't forget, my real name Is Thomas Raymond Kurlo Ferry but everybody juat calls mo Tom. Your Friond Tom Ferry. Will Coriitnilv Atloiiil to Tom's Wan In. Mammoth I Shoe and Clothing Co., Market Street, bet. 4th and 5th, LOUISVILLE, KY. A o "cr 1 frJo'bQbJoyvbS l h is -- sr RoH J?R5h-6s5- Willie Fonts. Irvington. Dear bring mo a doll, l'rom u Colorcil Clillit. Claus. IMcaso Santa Millio Staples (col) Dear St. Claus J. D. will send his message in my letter, so don't thiuk all I write for is for me, bring mo a bisque doll with dark hair moves its arms and shuts its oyes, a trunk to koephtr clothes In, and nn upright piano, bring n largo tin waggon, a littlo chair we can both use, and a drum to make a noiso with picas aon't lorgot uarky (that Is Mama's girl) and the Is so good to waits on us. Bemcmber the poor. Your littlo friend Addie Loulso Bnbbage. Somple, Ky., Dee, 10, '91 Dear kind Santa Clause This is tho first timo I have ever h.d a ohnnco to writo you, so I hardly know how to begin it. Door Santa Clauf o I want to tell you how I long for Christmas to come. I will tail you what I would liko to havo I would like to havo a ring and somo candy nuts and oranges bananas and a biblo fur I lovo to read Don't I'oruct Katie tho biblo nnd I love to read nice storios hone Hosetta,Ky., Dec. 11, 1891 Dear Santa you will not forget all tho littlo boys andI girls Claus I nm a littlo girl 7 yoar old havo ono and cheer tbeir littlo hearts with gladness I little sister ded I go to cchool to Miss llettlo live in tho country in a largo frame house we Taylor love her so much. Dear Santa please havo a firo place will hang my stockings near send me somoorangss candy nut nnd lots of by which are pretty good size, I have a little nice things. Pa takes the News and i Bring sister nnd she says she wants a great big sack It borne ovcry thunday. 1'loaea bring pa nnd full have another little sister 5 yr old that I tnn something nice If you don't think it too wants a groat big doll with teeth and eyes that much. Katis KoLlmon. will shut. I am cloven years old wishing you San In "TI lis n't VnhH Tins I.lttlo Or- all a merry Christmas will close. Nellie Miller. phan II)'. Stepbcnsport, Ky., Dec. 19, 1891. Bear Doccinbcr 10, 1891 Ky., Dear good Old Santa Claus It seems to me it has been oldSample, Claus I Santa often wanted such a long time 'inco you coino to see us a you a letter but did havoknow where toto write not direct year ago, I know you must bo getting old by a letter so you would got it, I am know this timo. I wont you to bring mo sumo little that you have your headquarters glad toJlabb-ageat Mr. dishes a gold ring and a littlo piano and lots I would liko to come down and see the of nlco prettier J wit go to bed curly nnd covmany nice things you have er up head and ears I will hang my stockings what I want for myself and thero and show you I havo near my bed. I thought I would tell you lived for nearly two years others. with my Aunt near where I would bang them for fear you would my homo Is in Sardls, Mason Co., not find them. I nm a little orphan girl 11 Sample but Ky. I years of ago and havo such a nlco homo hero. you are nm going home In a few days. I hear going to have a Christmas tree in I think Mr. Babbago Is so good to let us little want girls write to you and tell you what we want. on thoI tree you to put tbe following things for I think the Breckenridge News tho best paper handkerchlof, mo, a gold bracelet, a bluo silk scarf pin, a good book, that is published It is so interesting to read somo fruits and nuts, I do not wuntstory candy any and you can find all tho news about your town fur it spoils my complexion. I and all over the country. I urn getting sleepy bring something to Urandmamn want you to and Grandand will close. Your best friend papa for they nro very old. I hnve one broth-o- r Beatrice Madison. older than mo please put on tho tree at Sardls a silk mufller fur him and my baby brother (rmiilliu l.lltci. Ill J'oilily. a little drum. Woll dear old Santa I will closo Millwood, Ky., Dec. 18. 1891. Dear Old by wishing you a merry Christmns and a hapSanty Please bring mo a big doll and buggy py New Year. I nm a little girl 11 years old. for my doll and some candy and n saddlo to Oracle Jolly. put on my (lost nnd mother gonso book nnd a bottle of wbls for grandpa and I nm going Clovcrport, Ky., Doc. 17 Dear Santa Claus to my grandpas to see my Utile cousin lteba I want a big doll and a littlo negro doll nnd nnd pleaso dont forget her. I am a littlo girl a littlo doll phacjonand a little bod nnd some five years old. Your little friend candy nnd poanut I am a little girl nbout & lleulah E. Dellarcn. years old oranges and raisings nnd a buggy with bluo Juki IV hat livery I'athor (login To nnd uaswing top on It and a littlo D,french bsrp 0, Datt. Do. Ky., Dec. 18, 1691. Dear Santa Chenault, Den. 12th, 1801 Dehr Santa Onus you Claus, Cloverport, Ky., I law where you was must bo sure to como this way I will tell you were offering a prise for the best letter written what you must bring mo. I want you to bring I though I would writo to you although I me n vclocldede two picks of fire crackers a am afraid my letter will not be very Interestroman candlo a rocking bono a knife nn air ing. gun a sled. There Is a neW follow here that I am n. Ill tie girl ten years old nnd I am in was not here last Christmas and be is going to the third grado and love my books. hang up bis stooklngs and you must not forget Wo nro waving sucb beautiful weather now him you must bring some oranges and candies thatSanta CJaus will surely como to seo all and now as I have written you a long lettor I the little girls and boys and gladon the hearts will eloae Your little boy of us little folks. Ilewleyvllle, Ky. Will Tom Cain. live In the country on the bank of tho I Ohio Illver. Clovcrport, Ky.. Dear Santa Claus I want My father said be would give mo money a nlco little hatchet and a watch and a horn enough to take the Drcckcnrldge News next and some caps to shoot in my pistol I am a year. little boy about seven years old. And I want Last Christmas Santa Claus brought two some oranges and candy nad nuts and raisins. nice dolls, some candy, oranges, Murray Datt. I am so afraid be wont come this year. Sunday School and Church and Irvington, Ky., Dee 11, 1891 Dear Old I attend Santa Claus pleaso send me a gold finger ring hope Santa Claus does lovo to go to church, well closo by saying I would be over nnd a little strong air gun some shot and a Well I Joyed should X be lucky enough to win your checker board and littlo bmjo if you plose Dear Claus I did not atnie to make that II lot It eraDd prize. Your littlo friend Katie Allen. Kddle O. Atkinson. s. fear-dis. 11 11 Louisville, Ky. Deo. 17, 1891. Dear Santa Claus l'apa is n going to givo mo a Chtist-ma- s tree, and lie says you will put sotno nice things on It if I ask you. I would liko a large doll and anew dress u cloak a pair of hid gloves. And when I awaken a CbrUtmus morning I will run right strait to my tree and I want to find It loaded down with nice oranges, candies, nuts and bunanas and tlion I will go nnd get my friends nnd have a jolly time. Now please dont forget mo I live on Caldwell St. 421, Louisville, Ky. 1 will go to bed at 8 o'clock nnd shut my oyes tight I will not look indeed I wont. Your littlo girl Mary E. Potts. P. S. And I have got a little sister named Georgia nnd a brother also please don't forget them my sitter is C years old and alio wants a doll that can say papa and mama nnd my brother is 2 years old and he wants a wagon to hall grandma's gees In. WiiiiIn u Doll Yellow lvltli Ilrnivn 18, 1891 V.ycs Dear Old Santa thing nf Christmas for now ns tho time is so near you what I want In my stocking first of all a doll with brown eyes and yellow hair and I would like it to hao slippers on Ii you will bring me this Santa Claus 1 will not want another thing only some candy and nuts but every body gets candy and nuts, good byo Santa claus nsk .Mamma if I have been a good girl and send tho doll. Very Truly, Alma Orendorff. Clifton Mills, Dec. Claus I havo been such a long time und I must writo and tell Ilnlr. ami T.'ie Webster. Deo. 19, 18"1 Dear Santa Claus Santa Claus Ekron, Ky., Deo. 18, l&OU-Dcher school Monday, I am a little girl otgbt years old this Is my Well I gess as the Yankees say I'll first tell Tor Christmas goods call at Brasher first school you must not laugh at my lettor I you what I want a gun that will shoot and kill They say & Lay's they hnve a full line. have brown curley hair and brown eyes I want rabbit, pack of shooting enckcrs. it is awtul bard times and that you nro not candy and cocoanut and a scrap book I go to Miss Georgia Hawkins and Mrs. Leo school at Uarrctt I road in tho Sec nd reader 1 likely to como up here, but grown up folks will soon be ready for the third reador mama don't always know, so I will look for vou, Isaacs were in Louisville Friday.' says if I learn my lesson good she will get me Pleaso come early. Three cheers for Chptain Gross for Congress. Many thanks to you kind Mrs. C. C. Lewis will lcavo Thursday 1. wacb nnd a ring I bad a ring but lost It, I have twenty cents in mnnoy I want you to Editor for this privilege. Yours truly, for Nashville to visit her parents. Ucrnnrd Carter. put something on tho Christmas tree at Qorrett Mr. Emmet Elder, of near Union Star, and I wunt you to give me something in my Tho following letters to Santa were reo stockings at homo my name is Nettie Leo ceived too lato for publication : J. W. was in town Saturday nnd Sunday. plouso bring me some oranges to and some Messrs. Amos nnd Frank Bo.ir1. nf Collins, Ida "Wilson, Clias. S. Jackson, Nettie Leo Currico. l'rom rai.lns, j Clovcrport ; Uoulah Katio Cox, Hender-- 1 Hardinsburg, were in town Sunday. ar Car-ric- l.lttlo llcnuty. Tlio Children Are for Grom Evon I Miss Einina Mosloy was home from VEST'S ' Stock of GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE, BROVVNWARE, -- Ilewlcyvllle, Ky., Dec. 13,1891 DoarSanta Clous I am n littlo girl seven years old and seeing your add. in Mr. J. D, Babbage's paper thought I would w'rlte to you. I want you to bring me a big doll, a nice little book, some candy, nuts and oranges. Please do not forget Yours respectfully, to come. Lena Johnson. Ekron, Ky., Deo. 13, 1891 Dear Santa Claus As tho kind Editor of tho Ilrcckcnridgo News said ho would let nil little girls write to you through bis paper I thought 1 would writo to I would llko to huvo a nice ring and a big doll and a nlco littlo buggy to put it in but If you will give us a largo buggy that mama could ride in with us I should liko it better. I will closo for this time good bje dear Santa Clause I will thank you with all of my heart If you will send mo these things. lllrdie II. Druner. Clovcrport, Ky., Dee. 17 Dear Santa Claus I wnnt a doll and a bed, book and a Utile chair and somo candy and oranges and candy and peanuts. liinie Datt. Children ltcutl tlio Advortlnu. son; Tommy Tahcling, Tar Fork; Forrest muni. ; ltholelln, Ky., Dei, 18, 1891 Dear Santy am a little girl 8 years old, nnd I will tell you what I want you to bring mo I would llko a do I and somo shooting crackers and littlo brother wnnts a popcorn popor my mamma is dead nd littlo brother doesn't livo at borne bis aunt is taking care of him I am visiting him now. Mamma died when be wus a littlo wee baby ho is four yen's Yours truly o'd now I Sallio Manning. I.odlburg, Ky., Deo. 10, 1891 Dear Santa Claus I thought I woulp write you n short letter, and tell you what I most desire for Christmas. Uleusc bring moo littlo wagon all ptinted rod, a drum, somo peanuts and somo pretty candy. And bring my little sister Leni n big doll that can cry, aud a littlo rocken-chaiLcnl Is two years old and I am five. I love you dear Santa for the presents you brought me Jait Christmas and Dear Santa tnko soma presents to the poor little children that havo no monoy to buy anything with. I remuin your Littlo Friend, Alaska Hardin, r. Kuiiieiiibcr the Poor l.lttlo Children you to bring mo a gold ring nnd a cun and saucer a doll and a bedstead a pi mo a set of dishes and ii trycycio a tyble and a doll cradlo and a stovu doll buggy and bnttlo of perfuino 11 Clovorport, Ky., Ai'rctlyCooil r.lSt. Dear Santa Claus I want rocking chair and writcn desk. Miss Lula Criis. Lndiburg, Ky.. Dec. 1891 Dear Mr Santa Claus I am a little eleven year old boy I have no mother nor father I live with my Dear old (Iranian If any little boy enjoys a present from Santa Claus It Is me I havo got my little cp in my dear old tlranmas window waiting for you to come I waked up last Christmas looked In my dear old Qrnnmas window it was filled with glasses of candy and cakes I was so pleased. My namo Is Hew II. Wearey, y flow Wnnlil tho Dear Children Get Along Without Their Iteur (raiidiiuik. : and : Miss Dixio Pcrrigo returned from Louisville Monday to spond The meeting in M. E. church by Bov. CROCKERYWARE. Stiles and Boyster is still in pi ogress. Miss Ituth Cunningham, of Chenault, Was never so complete and was tlio guest of Miss Lizzio Stiles last prices so low as at present. wcok. Misses Cora Bicliardson and Belle Haynes, of Union Star, wero in town Saturday. SHJSMM m Mr. C. AValfcr Moseley, of Kentucky 4 Building and Loan Association, was in town Sunday. Mr. Andrew Crawford is now tho proud possessor of a an present by tho way. Misses Forrio Hardin, Holt, and Nannio Murray, Cloverport, wore tho guests of Miss Sallio Davis tho 11th. Mib. J. II. Lay and daughter, Bernice, y leave for Evansvillo to spend Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Nathan Groves. A Pleasing- Sense. Of health nnd strength renowed aud of A man who has practiced inedicino ease and coinfort follows the uso of for 40 years,, ought to know salt from Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with I have recently bought out McGlothlan Bros., Boot and Shoo Shop sugar : read w'hat ho says : nature to olfectually cleanso tho system of this placo, and am now prepared to do any and all kinds of work in when costi vo or billious. For salo in GOc Toi.i:i)o, O., Jan. 10, 18S7. that lino. I invito my old friends to givo mo a call. T. J. MORRIS. Messrs. F.J. Chenoy & Co., Gentle- and SI. 00 bottles by all leading druggists. men : I havo been in tlio general pracTake Notice. tice of medicino for most 10 years, and The shooting of firoworks other than would say that in all my practice and exfirecrackers, is positively forbidden withperience have novcrseon a preparation in tho city limits unless under tho river I.ATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, that I could prescribo with as much con- bank towards'thc water. fidence of succeas as I can Hall's Catarrh THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. It. B. Piehce, M. O. O. Cure, manufactured by you. Havo proRates $2.50 Per Day. scribed it a great many times und its efCor. "Jeflerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housfect is wonderful and would say in conclusion that I, havo yet to find a case of LOUISVILLE, KY. DO YOU WANT A BARGAIN catarrh that it would not cure, if thoy W. R. LOGAN, Manager. If so call on mo and I will sell you one In a would tako it according to directions. A. W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. farm on easy payments. 1 have Four for salo Yours Truly, partially described as follows L. L. GOItSUOII, M. D., 1 9kt n oon,aln,nC so aete adjoining Onice, 215 Summit St. Ington, all cleared. No Improvements. Wo will gi,vo $100 for any caso of A splendid piece of land for a garden farm. catarrh that can not bo cured with Hall's Ono containing 115 ncres adjoining Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, Irvington, with good dwelling house, F. J. Chenoy A Co., Props., Toledo, O. good barns, two good cisterns. 1J0O nice apJCQySold by druggists, 75c. NOTHING IASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? ple trees 3 years old, balance In grass, In all Hufllne, Planter's Hull Mattio Matting-l- y and Loner Mattingly, Irvington ; Nannio E. Lyddan and Miko Lyddau, Webster; Lolia P. Beauchamp, John Hayman, Stewart and Willie II. Beach-amSamplo ; Mina Perkins, Mattingly; Mary J. Davison, Glondeano ; Taylor OrendorJT, Pcrrin Parkland, F. O. Fry-mir- o and Mary A. Allen, Chenault; Daisy Christ, Marion Babbago, Charlio W. Babbage, Alloy Lane, Mary W. Carter, Lilllon E. Smith, Clovcrport ; Clara Carter, Mary and Sallio Henry.Irvington;' Chareles D. Davison, Glendeano ; Helen Talo, Union Star; Peter and Morton Jarboe, Mooloyvillo ; Audrey Evan Brown, Faunio Bees, Brandenburg; May Wright, McQuady ; Annio L. Cun-dif- f, Guston. Tho above letters were all good and aro sorry they did not como in timo for publication. They will bo turned over to tho comniitteo however, and will competo for tho prizes tlio eaniu as if they had been published. Ed. p, s. bluo-oycdbo- X-m- as THE OLD RELIABLE to-da- - T. J. MORRIS, BOOT 'SHOE SHOP IRVINGTON, ZY. ME Wttii 1KLII Farms for Sale. 1 e, 2d fHidnriS ji !!avlisla TIRED FEELING7 ir STEPHENSPORT. F. O. Ferry was in town Sunday. Mr. Clarenco Davis is on tlio sick list. Mrs. Paul man was in Cloverport last week. Mrs. M. Blainjias bcon quite sick for Bomo timo. Mrs. It. A. Bntshcar was in Cloverport Monday. Mr. J. T. Hanks left last- - week on a business tripf Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barkley wero in Clovorport Friday, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Boherts spent last ' wcok in Louisville. lC Dug: for l'apa. Cloverport. Ky., Doo. 17, 189- 1- Dear Sle Santa Claus 1 saw your advertisement In our paper last week I thought I would write to you 1 am a nine uny a years om ana nave one little sister 3 and a half years old wo live West Cloverport, Ky. Woll ns this is my first letter to write I hardly know what to say well I will try and say something, please and mo a little express wagon and a little black board and some candy and nuts. My little sister wants you to bring her a Utile sot ofdisbes and a dull und somo csndy well I believe that Is all please don't for forget your little friend Christmas oh yes had nearly forgot pleaso bring papa a good possum Dog, your Utile friond Jesse Ilohlcr. Wan In u iI'oKkiim ' a nice little comfortablo farm. QJ1 One oontalnlng 140 acres ndj'dnlng 14 Irvington, with good dwelling house and out bouses, splendid barn, good boaring orchard, n splendid never falling spring. All the land In good set of gtass. This is a splendid farm nnd now In fine sbipe to make monoy on. One containing 101 acres, two milos Irvington, In good state of cultivation, good orchard, good barn and cheap dwelling. This farm I will sell mueh below Its value. At Irvington you have tbe advantage of schools, ohurch, pBt office, express oGhe, flouring mills and railroads leading In ail directions I will be glad to show cither or all of these places to persons wishing to buy at any timo. 4.-M-- If po buy n 50 cent bottlo of LEMON CHILL TONIO and boo what u chango it will mako. This Tonio is not only tho Surest Remedy or Chills, but as a Blqpd Purifier nnd Appetiser is uncnualcd. Pleasant as lemonade Children cry for 't fiVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. ""froin For Sale by A. R. FISHER, CLOVERPORT, KY. LAND FOR SALE. Thl farm lies in llrookenrldgo county, on the boad waters of Lone; Lick and mile from the L. II, A' W. ralload, nnd It woll Improved, Will tell aa a vrhnle or divide In tracts to tult purchasers. For further Information addreai W. W. LEWIS, vim Owonilioro, Kjr. one-bilf Administrator's Notice. IndeLUd ertate of yr. W. Smart, d.oeaied.fi-quote-tit d them-elvet All perioDi knowing to come and lave co.ti. All agaln.t said estate are penoni notlfl.l forntpiyema.n?.theUnder"8ned Dec 1, 1891. forward .and settle at once Xt. M. JOLLY, Irvington, Ky. W W to pr"- - CIIAS. H, SMAUT, Admr. A MMtMWMdWkMl - - ' - - "' ,r' J. Winter. r' rr'"i iir' lnl qs HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. Another crush in town Saturday. Mrs. Hay is seriously 111 at this writing. There is nothing liko renl good pea. .tiMiMuauML.. Henry Winter. Wm iiLMiwiiwj jiih " "ynrtwyw Johu M. Borntraeger. v. . iiaiiimoi: L, H. &, W. TIME I'.riltnr TABLE. ooisn wkst, I'nMenger Dally hit. Ilardlniburg..12:42 (101(10 F.J8T. p m nuts. THE BIG AND LITTLE OF IT. D A Both til n mnthnd ntid rnanltn wlinn f "and refreshing to thotasto, and acta gcntlyyet promptly on tlio Kidneys, Liver and Bowds, cleanses the system effectually, Aipels colds, bend-ache- s and fevers ind cum habitual constipation. rup r "ga is tho only remedy of 'its kiuu over produced, pleasing h tho tneto and acceptable to tho slpmacht prompt in its action and trily beneficial in its effects, prepared only froni tho most healthy and apjrccablo substances, ONTI2 EJIVTOYS J 8yrupS?FJ8Utakcn; it is pleasant its many oxcellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most ponulancmedy known. Syrup of Fift ,j formic in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading druggists. Any refiatlo drugpist who o may not havo it onjhinid will it promptly for nny one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. pro-cur- L0UI3VIUE, SAN FRANCISC i, CAL. KY. VEW YORK, H.Y. PhysicianSurgeon. Office in Dr. While's old stand up stairs. Dr. J. M. Clayton, OLOVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, .Physician . & Surgeon. Cloverport, Ky. 0mm ' Next door to Breckenridgo Bank. It" A. GANNEL.TON, Suite mndo to order in tho best style. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Merchant Tailor, IND. Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, J. KIRST, News. 1891 DECEMBER 23, ). LOCAL BREVITIES. Oranges Irom 15c. per doz. up Sulzors Elegant "Pino Apple Cheese" Sulzcrs Wo will issue a paper next week as usu.il. Clayton Crosson was in tho city yesterday. Lots of sweet things this week at Sulzer's. Mrs. Eliza Taylor, Rosetta, arrived yesterday to spend Christinas at her old home. Mrs. Annio Brown went to Louisville yesterday. It. E. Moorman went to Louisvllio yesterday. Mrs. William Vest is quite sick with la grippe. Evaporated pears and peaches, very fine Sulzcrs. "Easy Times" maplo syrup tho geni-un- o stuuVSulzers. Genuine flax fiber ware a full lino-n- ice goods Sulzcrs. Seo that "big stick candy" in Sulzer's window, it v ijhs CO pounds. Littlo Margaret Moorman . lias been quiet sick for several days with croup. A nice lamp would make a nico present. Sulzer's havo a full line all kinds. , Rov. W. K. Penrod is expected hero Ho will bo tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Oclze. Mr. G. T. Gannano, engineor on tho Texas, left yesterday to spend tho. Holidays at his homo in Kalamazoo, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. E. If. Breidenbaeh, of Owensboro, came up Sunday and spont the day with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. May. Mr. Jas. A. Vaneo and family, who havo been hero on a visit to his son, Mr. Scott Vance, returned homo last Friday. Tho ballotH on tho Big doll at Babbago's will bo opened on Christinas day, and then we'll seo who is tho most popular littlo girl in town. An infant child of Mr, and Mrs. William Pumphrey died very suddonly last Monday. This is tho second child they have lost in tho last two weeks. Don't throw tho supplement down 'sent out witli this issue. It is full of local news and it is well edited too by o advertisers. live and Miss Lizzie llickotts is now prepared to do dressmaking up stairs in tho Old Breckenridgo Bank opposite Sulzer's store. Dresses mado cheaper than ever before. Mr. J. G. Stephons, of Holt, Ky.. ar--, rived in Lakeland last Saturday night to v remain lor a wnuo, mo guest oi ms brother, Mr. b. M. htophens. i wido-awak- Advocate Prof. J, M. Toboo formely of this city and now a resident of Brandenburg has fallen heir to an estate valued at by the death of his grandfather in $105-C0- 0, Franco. jiMrs. Rosa Board, of Big Spring, was Nero visiting her sister, Mrs. F. M. Smith, last week. Mrs. Board is to bo married soon to Mr. J. G. Pcrryman, of Archer, Florida, Mrs. Eliza Jano Gllmoro wifo of Capt., A, T. Gilmoro, tho Well known river man, died at her homo in Louisvillo last Mr. Gilmoro Friday, with la grippe is also very low with pneumonia and fears aro entertained of his recovery. Mr. W. II. Dhonau left with his family last Monday for Charleston Mo., wlioro goes to engago in farming. Mr. Dhonau is ouo of our best and most successful farmers and this county loses a Tho good citizen in his departure. Nkwh wishes him success in his now home. A'cedlng a tonic, or children who want build tag up, should tako LADIES BUOWfl'M IKON HITTKIIH. It U uleftMnt; eurea Malaria, Indlgeetton, IllliouMieM, Uyer UHaplalnw and Neuralgia. Joo A. McGeliec is sick with la grippe. Big bargains for our patrons and littlo profits for us. But wo A'. J, Goss, Louisville, was in tho city Quarterly Court next Monday. Saturday. Sowing machine supplies. T. C. Lewis havo sot out to reduco our stock, and havo resigned ourselves to George Hardin, Laconia, Ind., was in Miss Ella Smith returned homo last the city last Friday. a profitless business until after tho holidays. week. Novitt & Gough arc still In business Mon-dayv of Ultras, was In town at the same old stand. When you como to Brandenburg stop A IIAppy Chrlbttnasto everybody. T. at the Howard Hotel. C. Lewis. Miss Elbeit, Laconia, Ind., !h visiting Wo nro offering in Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, of our of Holt, was .in town her sister, Mrs. Guedey, this city. J. G. Stephens, Monday. Indiana was over in full foreo last own make Get our special prices on Men's, Boys' and ChildMrs. Bush is visiting Mrs. 1'iggott at Saturday, hunting up Santa Claus. ren's Overcoats. Wo mean business ; como and seo us , Preston Still' and Miss Maggio Stiff, Bewleyvlllo. Mooloyvlllc, wero in the city Saturday. Mrs. Motlio Piilliam has moved to or any clay till after tho holidays for the best clothing Fine imported Dress Robes and trimBedford, Ind- mings just received at Geo. Ycakel & in thp city at "no-profiprices. Wo aro open till 9, and on Old jowelry taking in exchange for Co's. new. T. C. Lewis. Saturday till 11 o'clock p. m. Wili Morris, Big Spring, camo over to Mr. Eli Pile, of Custer, has gono to seo his parents Saturday and returned Allen, Texas, to live.. Sunday. W. M. Ditto anil wifo went to LouisOld Santa Claus is abroad in the land villo last Tuesday on tho palacial steam and tho kids aro happy. Li Dr. J. K. Hays will niovo his family to er, James Guthrie. David Fairleigh and wife, Louisvillo, Henderson this week. came down Sunday and will remain durMiss Lutio Snyder is visiting her sister ing the holidays. Miss Blancho Snyder. Miss Rosio Ycakel came down from County Clerk Monarch was on the sick Louisvillo last week to assist in the store list a few days last week. through tho holidays. Mjbs Ilattio May returned from Sec our immenso lino of domestic imShelby villo Ky., Monday. ported Novelties, suitablo for Christmas BAKING POWDER-FACTS- . Death of An Estimable Woman. Representative D. 11. Stivers leaves presents at Geo. Yeakel & Co's. Tho funeral of Mrs. Annio E. Pierce, for Frankfort next Sunday. Andrew Fairleigh, Chattanooga, Twin, Brought out by the Official Governwifo of the Hon. R. R. Pierce, who died Z. T. Stitb advertises bronzo tur- has como to Brandenburg, the homo Mrs. last Friday evening, was held at her ment Tests, i. of his boyhood, to spend Christmas. keys for sale at Bewloy vllle. homo in this city bust Saturday at 2 From Chicago TrlbTinc. John Robertson, just nbovo Doo Run, Hock Pyles has moved his confection-cr- y The public is always responsive to o'clock P. M. Tho services were concaught a largo catamount last week in a into Monroe's old stand, suggestions about tho food it eats. ducted by Rov. C. W. Brandon her pas-tosteel trap that ho had set for 'coons. and many relatives and friends wero inLittlo May Watlington spent Sunday George Frymiro, Union Star, is up Great interest has been taken in tho present to witness tho last sad rites. She Snyder. last withMiss Blanche hero again staying in tho bank whilo vestigations ma'do by tho Vnited States was buried in tho coniotery near Tho man who needs a "newspaper tho Den Lewis is out recreating with tho la nnd Canadian governments and by tho Mrs. Pierce was a kind, different boards of health to show the this city. most is generally tho first to stop it. grippe. or impurity of milk,baking pow- charitable woman nnd a loving and The la grippo is almost an epidemic purity Hop at the Hambleton IIouso next wifo. Slio will bo sadly missed in hero now, and tho nearer Christmas ders, spices, nnd other nrticles of daily MouJay night. Everybody invited. this community. Wo nro sorry wo have use in tho culinary department of our Watches, clocks, silver plated ware first times come the more cases you seo crop households. not more spaco at our command to tell ping out. quality, low prices, going to sell. T. O. Just now tho subject of baking pow- of her many noblo traits of character and Don't forget that Geo. Yeakel & Co., Lewis. der is claiming public attention. Wo all her untiring devotion to her husband. tho city havo tho largest stock, best variety and desire pure and wholesome bread and You havo our deepest sympathy, Mr. Miss Blanche Frymiro is in lowest prices on everything. Call and spending the holidays with tho Misses. this cannot bo hnd with tho use of impure Pierce, in this your great nflliction. bo convinced. Buzby. or poisonous baking powder. There can Hero I here I Come oil', you follows A GIANT PRIZE OX. Mr. A. B, Skillman and wife, cashier that aro trying to havo the grip for bo no longer any question that all the of tho Breckenridgo Bank, were in tho the sake of tho nicdieino you prescribe cheaper lower grades of baking powders contain either alum, lime or phosphatic A Noble Monarch of city Monday. for yourselves. the Meadow acid. That-Ha- s Joseph Wright, Louishis Headquarters at the Mr. and Mrs. A largo variety of Silk Mufilors, .Silk Tho official andyses by tho United villo, will bo hero this week to spend Scarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Embroidered Mammoth. States and 'Cauadian governments havo tho holidays. Silk Handkerchiefs at lowest prices at Messrs. Kleinhans it Simonson havo therefore been studied with intoref-- t nnd purchased through M. Byrne & son, of Mr. Jesso Keys was in town Monday Geo. Yeakel & Co's. established tho facts Mrs. Malin, the venerable mother of have pretty clearly tho Union Stock Yards, ono of tho finest and sworn in as deputy sherill' for tho Tho United States Mrs. Thomas Howard, is dangerously ill upon this subject. Hereford benuties ever raised in tho Irvington district. of at this writing and will probably pass government report gives the names United States, which is now on exhibiMrs. G. W. Beard will givo tho memn powders, some of eighteen tion in the window of tho Mammoth bers of her Sunday school class a party away ere this is published. cream of tartar as pure Shoo and Clothing Company. A veterI hereby notify tho public that I havo thorn advertised next Tuesday night. baking powders, that contain alum. no other headquarters than at Novitt fc living near Custer, is Royal bak- an cattlo man pronunces tho animal a Mr. Isaiah Pile, Tho report shows that tho majestic specimen of the famous llerc-fordGough's, all reports to tho contrary not in a critical condition and not expected ing powder was found tho highest in withstandingOld Santa Claus. and as toothsomo a giant as ever to live but a few days. leavening strength, evolving 100.0 cubic bellowed in tho Bluegrass. L. 0. Alverson, this county, Malvinia of powder. Strangers coming to Hardlnsburg will Sanders, Louisville, wero married in inches of gas per single ounco Guess cards aro given to every customs eight other brands of cream find tho Hambleton Hotel, er of tho Mammoth with every purthat city" last Wednesday" and came There were avcr-ag- o of tartar powders tested and their now in ovcry particular. down to their homo near Weldon on the chase, and thoso who guess nearest to strength was 111.5 cubic inches of tho weight Miss Maggie Guthrie and Miss Lizzie evening train. of tho ox will havo $200 ' of powder. Smith camo iiomo last Saturday to re divided among them in gold, tho first Don't forget that wo havo pure Old gas per ounco government investigaTho Canadian main during tho holidays. Kentucky Sour Mash Whisky. It will prizes being respectively, $.50 for tho of a btill larger number of spent change tho severest caso of la grippo tions wero nearest lady gucssor on its dressed Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Watlington powders. The Royal baking powder last Sunday with their parents, Mr. and into a pleasant Christmas jollification. was hero also shown tho purest and weight, nnd $50 for tho nearest gentle& Gough. Try it. Novitt man guessor on its live weight. CusMrs. Durham, near town. strength, containing 120.32 Another largo supply of candies, fruits, highest in of leavening gas per ounco tomers ordering by mnil will receive Don't forget tho Hop at tho Hamblecubic inches It u ill toys, fireworks, and etc., arrived Sunday of powder. Nino other cream of taitar guess cards when they so request, nnd ton IIouso next Monday night. nnd wo are now ready to wholemay send their gucbscs by mail. Somo night bo the event of the season. tested, their averago wero sale and retail goods in larger quanities powders farmer ought to carry off the first prize. Ladies' jewelry a specialty, call and strength being reported to bo 89 cubic When tho than over. Novitt & Gough. contest is closed on Now inches of gas per ounco. seo my stock. Location noxt door to Year's Evo His Oxioninn Mnjesty will Geo. Casperko has a complete lino of to Beard & Bceler, T. C. Lewis. These figures nro very instructive jowelry, and is selling lots of goods. peacefully cat'his Now Year's dinner, n Liccnso were refused Sweeny and Sin- Diamond rings and watches were tho go tho practical housokceper. They indi competent coinmittco will nscortain nnd gleton, to sell whisky near Victoria by last week. Examino his goods. Prices cate that tho Royal baking powder goes report his weight, nnd ho will then pass more than 311 per cent, further in uso tho County Court last Monday. are lower than in largo cities. d more into tho merciful care of a humane butthan tho others, or is Mr. and Mrs. I. V. St. Clair is expected cher, who will cxecuto and divido him Masters Will and Henry Richardson Still mora important than hero to spend Christmas with their pa- accompanied Miss Mniy Deo Pusoy economical. up neatly into four parts, which will bo this, however, they provo this popular sent to tho rents, Mr. and Mrs. Durham near town. homo from Louisvillo Friday evening following institutions: St. articlo has been brought to tho highest Mr. Milton Board Jr., is at homo this and will spend their Christmas hero degree of purity for to its supcrlativo Vincent's Orphan Asylum, German Protestant Orphan Asyhnn, o among their former playmates. Masonic week from tho Louisvillo Medical piirity this superiority in strength is duo Widows nnd Orphans' Homo. Colored Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!!! Big dolls, litspending Christmas with his parnnd consequently that by its uso wo Orphans Home. Tho hide will bo tantlo dolls, long dolls, short dolls, whito ents. may bo insured tho purest nnd most ned and mado into shoes for tho inmates dolls, black dolls, crying dolls, laughing Do not spend all of your money for wholesomo food. of tho St. James Old Folks' Home, whiskey and then try to buy your Christ- dolls, sleeping dolls and etc. Littlo girls Tho powders of loycr strength aro Thirty-fourt- h Street. come and seo them. Novitt & Gough. mas goods on a credit. Attend to tho found to leavo largo amounts of inert Tho Mammoth is also the sceno of ono Tho largest and finest assortment of of your family first. wants matters in the food. This fact is empha- of tho most beautiful Christmas spectaClothing and Gents Furnishing Goods sized by tho report of tho Ohio Stato cles Thoso damago suits brought by tho over seen in Louisvillo. A live ever in Meado county. Tho latest cuts Food, Commissioner, who, while finding land owners against McCrackon & Co., and latest shades. Examine our stock Santn Claus is disporting himself in tho found no No tho Royal practically pure, aro still in tho Court of Appeals. eastern window with his reindeer team elsewhere. Geo. before purchasing body has received any money as yet. other powder to contain less than 10 per in a dazzling bower of Christmas novelYeakel & Co. cent, of inert or foreign matters. John Whitworth was brought hero ties in tho clothing, furnishing, shoe, Georgo Worland, ono of tho clover Tho public interest in this question and from Bewleyvillo la3t Saturday by clerks at Novitt & Gough's, Georgo hat lines, nnd crowds of delimited Sarjent Drury, and lodged in jail Yeakel and Georgo Ryman, of tho firm has likowiso caused to bo mado investi- sight-seer- s surround His Mnjesty all tho Yeakel A Co., and Georgo gations 'kby our local authorities. Prof. of Georgo under sentence for carrying a pistol con- Casporko, tho jeweler, by Georgo aro all timo. Certainly tho Mammoth windows W. S. Haines, of Rush Medical College, cealed. sick with la grippe. are the brightest pictures in Louisvillo, consulting chemist of tho Chicago Board There was a good nuinbor of coutry and behind them is a stock of holiday To read tho letters of tho children to found results similar to people in town Monday and tho Christ- Santa Claus, written in their own bliss- of Health, has goods that every citizen should inspect. national and mas goods wero going off at a pretty fair ful, innocent, prattling stylo is enough to thoso reported by the of a stone, and it makes Canadian authorities. Halues says: Dr. soften tho heart y rate. Tho great rush will como Holiday Rates. a man feel liko taking tho first littlo Rush Mnwc.u, Cou.r.ai:, Ciiicaoo, 111. and On December 24, 25 &. 31. 1891 and child ho meets up in his arms. God of I havo recently obtained samples Don't forget whon your watch fails to bless the littlo children. in tho market, January 1, 1891;, for tho Holidays, tho tho chief baking-powderkeep tho time, that a valuablo article lias Tho Hon. B. F. Willctt leaves Louisvillo, bt. Louis &. Texas and Louis(Thursday) for Frankfort to take up- and havo subjected them to careful become worthless, and by leaving it with himself tho onerous duties of a Rep- chemical examination to dctermino their villo, Hardinsburg & Western railways mo a short while it becomes tho samo on d resentative from Meade. The causo of leavening will sell excursion tickets at ono and valuablo articlo, a timo keeper. T. C. Democracy and tho people is safe in his purity, wholesomoness and faro for tho round trip, between Were I tho Speaker of tho power. As tho result of my tests I find all. their stations, good for return pnssago Lewis. hands. to all Mr. Jesso Whitworth was reinstated in house, I would make him Chairman of tho Royal baking powder superior until January 4, 1892. tho Committco of Education. tho otliors in every respect. It is entirehis positiion at tho railroad ollico here Hon. Harvoy Meyors, Covington, ly free from all adulteration nnd unTho last Tuesday. This will bo gratifying candidate for Speaker of tho Kentucky JVIcElree'3 Wine of Cardui wholesome impurity, and in baking it news to the community asMr.Wliitworb IIouso of Representatives was registered gives oil' a greater volumo of leavening and THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT aro is tho most popular agent tho railroad at tho Howard Hotel last 'lucsday. Literally speaking, ho is a scholar, ta gas than nny other powder. It is, there- for salo by tho following merchants in company has over had here. And gentleman and a parliamentarian. purest, but also tho nreckenritlge County : Mr. 0. L. Hawkins was in town Mon- as regards his Domocracy, there aro no fore, not only tho strongest powder with which I am acJoint W. Ovron Oloveroort day, and showed 'up with a severely tags and ends or remnentH in its mako G. Short, Cloverport. bruised faco. Returning from Sample up, but it is positively cut from tho body quainted. Urn t hear ,V Lay, Stephemport. Wai.tkk S. II.uxim, M. D., of the goods. His election will not only .t Meidor, Hardlnaburg, Witt Saturday night to his homo in tho councredit upon thoso who support Consulting Chemist, Chicago Board of ' J. J. Seven, Union Star, try his buggy struck a stump throwing reflectbut upon tho entire state llo is Health. him, him out on tho ground. Tho fall was so tho right man for tho place, and tho DoTho statistics show that there is used mocracy of Kentucky can not allord to great that it was eomo timo, Mr. HawFor Salo. . in the manufacture of tho Royal baking so worthy a son. kins says, befoco ho recovered concious-ncs- defeat Ono thoroughbred lloleteln lull and throe more thau half of all tho cream Ho thinks lio had a narrow esIt is not often that u business houso powder thoroughbred DerkiMro hogi, inaloi. For has to bo closed and locked in order to of tartar consumed in tho United Stntes particular! nnd priooi nddrojj Rov. Thurtnan cape from tleatli. wonderful Btdo do business, but such was tho caso in for all purposes. Tho R'ohardion, Ccclllan, Ky. Thore was a light accldont on tho L. Brandenburg last Saturday. Thore was thus indicated for tho Royal baking & W. near Ruth's station ono day last such a crowd in at Geo. Ycakel & Co's II. powdor greater than that of all other week. Tho train going west run into that tho counters wero pressed back alWHISKEY most to tho walls. Every body wanted baking powdepi combined is porhnps Wo log to announce that we havo been ap four flat cars loaded with gravol, that to bo waited on at once, and wero scram- oven a. higher ovidenco than that alolnted by Mr, I. W. Harper, the famoui wore loft standing on tho main track. bling and crowding to get to tho salesready quoted of tho superiority of this Mttlller, of Nel.ou County. Ky,, Aeont for Nouoof tho trainmen saw tho loaded cars man in such a manner that it actually articlo, and of its indispcnsableness to hit luperb Hand MadeI Soar Math Whlikey, in timo to stop tho train. Tho engine was beeamp necessary to clear tho house, Tbli announcement of Importance to every one, for It Iniures to tbetn for the future one that business might not bo interfered modern cookery. considerably mashed up and had to go of the purest, uioit dolleate, and celewith. Tho door was locked and a keepMr. Andy Leaf, ono of tho oldest citl- - brated Whlsklei in the world, and molt who to tho shop for repairs. There wero er placed thoro to glvo ingress and thoie will take the trouble hereAfter to demand the several passenger on the train, but aside egress as tho pcoplu could bo accommo- zons of Toblnsport, died Dec. 13. " I. W, Harpkb WinsKitr" need have no fear from a very eovorq shaking up nono wero dated. Then tho jam was on tho out-sid- o imOWN'S IRON lirTTEIlS AUIANAC that ita moderate uie will injure either health as to who should get in when tho l.'or 1HOM seriously hurt. Tho loss to tho company or diipoaltlon. door was opened. It was the largest Contains One Iltimlrnl Hcclr for makMIKR POPHAM.SoleAg't, in damages to their cars will reach about day within the history of tho house, ing dollcloua Canity cheaply and quickly at Jiomo. ThU boolc In plvcn oway ut tlrug $1,500. Cloverport, K'j, This town has played Out, has it? and uouoral store. Putsonger Dally nrr, Ilardineburg.. 7:50 a.ni itoyer, T NOTE THE BARGAINS to-da- y, t" mm 1 HOLIDAY-:-HEjBPRTER- ' ' Kr ci"rraAi -- s r WNT Santa Claus knows a good thing when ho Bees it, and when wo caught him breaking into our store ho said lie wanted to got into SI s01cl Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. once seo Well, wo havo tho Goods and Goodies for Holiday Presents, and when you examine our stock you will at that Wo can supply everybody with everything thoy may need in the lino of gifts. Our stock is fresh and satisfactory, and you aro invited to examine it. Is not in it this year. SiilTTA hjappyf NfevV t- Fn& f 7ear too. do-vot- SULZER'S, OLOVERPORT, KY. Ftjenituke The regular and Furniture dealer is always on band with a full stock including Sewing Machines, Coffins, lo ! Furniture ! MIGHAEL HAMMAN, Furniture ! a well-know- Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. s, first-clas- His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no legitimato houso can undersell him, and ho is determined to meet tho market, let tho price bo what it may. Always call on him and ascertain prices purchasing clsowhcro. Ho means just what ho says. Ho cannot bo undersold. M. HAMMAN, Cloverport, Ky, bo-fo- ro one-thir- Col-leg- B. F. U02C Beard Lino of & Co's o: ;o: OVERCOATS That thoy aro going to sell regardless of prico from now till after tho Holidays, a look will convinco you that now is tho timo to buy tho cheapest Overcoats that was ever fitted to your back. con-stab- lo 33 tq-da- s Ladies Cloaks, Will havo to find a purchaser, and to do.this wo expect tho prico to do tho finding. Call and seo for yourself. one-thir- -- B. F. BEARD & CO., HARDINSBURG, KY. s. ATTCTIOITI AT 'IRVINGTON. The undersigned will sell at public auction to tho highest and best bidder On of the purs bronze stock, Any one wishing to purchase call or address me at Bewleyvllle, Ky. MRS. Z. T.STITH. A pair of Iron NOTICE. I have for sale several Turkeys Saturday, Decomhor 26, 1891, At Irvington, about 300 pair of BOOTS and SHOES. The itoek comliti of both Men's Ladies and Children Shoej, and will bo sold on that day regardless of the pries they bring, MrOLOTHLAN DUOS., Irvington, Ky. 18 hands high) well matched. Will sell fek cash or on time. Apply to . W. D. HOLT, Uelt, Ky. FOR SALE. gray mulos, 6 years old nsst, 0EI1IH I cured m liooiewli tlcuUraarnt rMfctt. wty, nu n Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, News. DECEMBER 23, 18'Jl. It Should bo Abolished. Mr. Ilonry T. Ulako of Now llnvcn discusses in tho December number of tho very hobcr and conservnllvo New Englnnder, tho practical workings of tho new ofllcihl ballot in tho last elections. Ho shows that everywhere and In a mulCan mako tho best selection by looking through our complete Btock of titude of ways this latest hobby of cranky reformers has proved trouble- -- Li Q somo and even dangerous in actual uso j r&3 that it is n mischievous innovation, with no compensating ndvnntngi s of any kind f?3 whatever. Carefully selected, anil especially adapted to meet tho requirements of It is enormously costly. It compliran cates tho process of voting uselessly and unnecessarily. It vexes the citizen and vastly increases tho liability to mistakes We Can And Do on tho part of both voters and election officers. As a result of its employment, Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for contests over the canvass of tho votes ithaB been fully demonstrated to tho have occurcd to an extent unknown un- peoplo of this country that it is superior der tho old and simple Bystcm of ballot- to all other preparations for blood disWo plcaso you' nnd wc save you money. Come and sec us. ing, and hero in Now York, mora than a eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic J m month after tho election, the question ns poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions nnd Pimto the Legislature elected is not yet de-- a ples. It purifies tho wholo system and cided. thoroughly builds up tho constitution. Mr. Ulako fiuds also that a very strik For Sale by G. V. Short, Cloverport, Ky., Our new "GRANITE" Chilled Plow has ono to tho front with ing feature of tho November elections nnd Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. was tho unusual lightness of tho voto in wonderful strides. It is now an acknowledged leider. with nil who have . JtJtA. II several States using tho Australian balTwit lfiirlirii IrfmrnNi... Nm.m.w used it. lot, as it is called. This was especially A professional man ought to know at Its special merits aro : noticeable in Now York, Ohio and Ne- least two foreign languages. If ho has braska. In all of those States tho can- a decided penchant for lingual studies 1st. Perfection in outline and shape. v ,""" TRAVELING BY NIGHT IN LONDON. vass before tho election was remarkable and u strong bent of mind usually indi2nd. Great turning capacity.- bo worth for its thoroughness and excitement. cates special capacity it may Tho gray anil misty iiluht. while for him to extend his list to Italian 3rd. Now combination of metals, hnrjl, yet tough. Slim tree thut hold tlio nlKlit Among Yet tho aggregate of the voto cast was and Spanish, even to go outside of these; Their lirunclioj, mitl iilntur 4th. Patent adjustablo slip heel, for compensating wear and small in each of them. His explanation but French and German ho ought to The vwruu iuiili.inkiiiuiit. Unlit on llsht. ' of the cause of this extraordinary result possess ns part of tho very means of his giving suck or pitch to plow. Tho Htnldon. rnrlnirllKlitttl 1 can JtiM hour, illxlinrt, nloof is "tho unwillingness of thousands of contact with modern lifo. Theso lan5th. Huns stoadily and is Very light draft. Tliepi)l' rlattirlnu' hKif voters to go through the delays, perplex-- ' guages will admit him to everything that Heal Inn the I li J thin of fcHtlve ulghu. 0th. Each plow has ono point for soft and another for hard dry is valuable in tho newest thought of tho Hies, nnd vexations imposed by the The irnnlciiK to tho ui'i'plny mimn time, since it may bo truly said that a soil. method of voting." That is a very production which docs not speedily seo , Slli Imi'k thf hrrutli (if teurs. HAS LED WORM REMEDIES FOR YEARS 7th. With all its advantages it is sold at tho samo price as inOh, tin refrain of wir (in eura reasonable inference, tho talk about tho light, either originally or by transmount 'Kcatli the ferior Chilled Plows. . bribery ns the cause being of courso non-A- i lation, in English. French or German is -- Arlliur.S)inou8 In Academy. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOU) EVERYWHERE. sensc. Hundreds of thousands of citi- - cither not worth special attention or can are not thus purchasable, even if bo calmly waited for. Intorviowin BosIs life Worth living? , Jzens PREPARED BY RICHARWON-TAYL- OR MED. CO. SttOUIJ M0. Not if you go through tho world a dyspeptho enormous amount 01 money to uuy ton Herald; tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets aro them to remain away from tho polls Can't Sleep Nights a positivo cure for tho worst forms of were available. It is true, however, as Is tho complaint of thousands suffering Dyspepsia, ludigeston, ' ' Mr. Ulako says, that "a very largo proFlatulency nnd . . from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Constipation. NUMBER. TURNING CAPACITY. PRICE. portion of tho voters are too indifferent Guaranteed and sold by L W. W. VESSELS, exercising their electoral privi- Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt about .. ... I. Headquarters for Remedy ? It is tho best preparation & Mcndor, Hardinsburg, Ky. Proprietor nnd Dealer In leges in any case, nnd the expectation U 7 to 8 inches. $5.50. of special embarrassment at tho polls known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a Fine Wines and Whiskies, Brandies positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by G. 15 " 8 " 9 G.50. Sim Ilml Improved. would be quite Sufficient to keep them Cigars and Tobacco. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt &. ' Tho Princess Charlotte, daughter of .16 9 " 10 " at home." They are sensitive about ex8.00. Ky. HAHDiNsnuiia, George IV, vas a young woman of great Grain Drills, Fertilizer Cement, Micb posing themselves to tho liability of Mcndor, II nrdinsburg, Ky. iOJ . 10 " Hi inches. 9.00. This hotel lias been lately respirit nnu originality. One day ono of iean Planter, Salt. Lime. Coal Oil making mortifying blunders under the 17 " 13 U Ilalny Day Costumes lor Huston tmiuo... her teachers chanced to enter tho room paired, paporcd,paintcd, thorough9.50. by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, novel nnd complicated requirements of 18 The Woman s Dress Reform club in when tho princess was reviling ono of ly renovated and refurnished, and " 12 14 10.00. tho system of tho cranky reformers. To Boston nuiiilicis Mimo'JOU mi'inbcrs, her attendant ladies, in great wrath, and, is now open to tho traveling public.' get out tho voto nnd to obtain tho will & teachers, doctors, writers nnd after giving her a lecturo on hasty I solicit a sharo of your patronage. TlfVllf ny T .iff ltnr.fi of tho people, tho simplest system of other professional workers Tho first speech, ho presented her with a book on W. W. Vessels. Brick, Plow Handles. Pine Flooring l voting is essentinl. Tho new device rainy day nil the members are pledged tho subject A fow days later ho found ought to be patented ns the best method to appear in a btormy weather costume, her still more furious nnd using lanways kept on hand. Orders acguage even more violent "I am sorry of keeping people away from tho polls, consisting of a kilted skirt in waterproof companied by cash promptto find your royal highness in such n and defeating the purposes of an elec- cloth reaching n little way below the passion," said ho; or THE "your royal highness knees nnd revealing gaiters of waterly filled. tion by universal suffrage. CELEBRATED proof cloth or ruling boots. A reefer has not read tho book 1 gavo you." "1 Mr. Ulako shows slso, that the substi- coat will cover the upper part of the did, my lordl" cried sho tempestuously: JACKSON tution of tho blanket ballot, pure nnd figure and a tarpaulin hat complete the "I both read it and profited by it OthCORSET Manufacturers of Cast, Steol and Chilled Plows arid Cultivating erwiso 1 should havo scratched her eyes simple for tho pasters allowed in this costume. New York Sun. HAD I ONLY TM' outl" San Francisco Argonaut Implements, State, would only further complicate the OP Jackson Corsot Co. A Duty to Yourself. process and harass tho voter. Such a A trial convinces tho most skeptical. Jackson, Mich. ballot would bo of cumbersome size ; at It is surprising that peoplo will uso a Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho taste. I AniCQ who prefer not might be common ordinary pill when thoy an election for President it can Do Witt's Cough and Consumption Cure ) LHIHCJ yyoaT stiff from four to six feet long by more than secure a valuable English ono for the is a valuable remedy. Sold by Short & lid Itlsld Corset, aro a foot wide. Tho troubles of tho voter same money. Dr. Acker's English pills Haynes. .... g " " They nro approved by in picking out his candidates and mark- nre a positive euro for and physicians, endorsed liy ing them would bo enorous in tho all liver troubles. Thoy are small, sweet, Like Shooting GIiomIs. Capital Stock $25,000. dress ma!(or, ami and his liability to mistakes vast- easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by Tho impression when hunting' paddy-melon- s every luily 2$JJV3 More people than ever G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt ly increased. is of shooting at ghosts, what tlmtlius worn tli.-iu-. would stay away from the polls. with tho dim, mysterious light of the & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. BEND FOB CIECUIAE. "bush," and the strange appearanco and B. P. BEARD, PreIdtnt. Mr. Ulako therefore locks forward to BfcB A JaTg1W i HI. Mil Wg M sVL swift movement of tho game. Paddymel-ons- , E. B. 0SB0RN, Southern Agont, .BBB Ktory Mum to II In Trade. the operation of tho new contrivance at WILL MILLER, ViccProjiJent. liko all the kangaroo tribe, aro useCO RICHARDSON BLOCK, (at a variety entertainment) next year with Jinks tho election for President less for food, except so far as their tails M. II. BEARD, Cashier. much reasonable alarm. Ho sees that That fellow in front of iih was about the are concerned, which, being largely of tomvaisen Wanted. CHATTANOOGA, TENM. only one who iluln I applaud that good the chances of a disputed election, with old song. "Unlit DfhpiM' a Man Because glutinous texture, furnish material for O. W. BEARD all its chain of perilous consequences, He Wears a Ragged Coat." Ho must be capital soup, very like oxtail, but with MORRIS ESKRIDQE Dlreotcra a peculiar and agreeable "gamy" flavor. will bo multiplied, nnd that at best the a regular R. M. JOLLY. J wi't he? Boston Journal. and Irritating probability of vexatious II I ditiuio Blinks-Maybe he's a delays in getting at the result will bo tailor. Hunil News INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Our experience covers many ills, many "Is there not reagreatly increased. 8cff Speaking about kidney and liver pills and many bills. Our ills aro smallson," he asks, "to fear what complicaLoufsvilfe, St Louis & Texas R, R. Co. tions and dangers the next Presidential troubles Mr. James Bonnes, Girdles, er, our pills aro smaller and our bills nro smn'ler when wo uso DoWitt's Littlo train '?" Ky., says: "Last summer I suffered election may biing in its Undoubtedly there is such reason. from pain in my back, and trouble with Early Itisers. Sold by Short & Haynes y A pamphlet of Information andab-Tho whole complicated and dangerous my bladder. I had to bo up frequently iiraci oi me laTTs.inownif now to; Some Notable Wager. TaU I ll? Effect vuotain j'aienu, uareau. Trade, ought to be smashed by at night, and my rest was not onjoyed. contrivance j. uuu, uoprrunM, mt jrtt.. Of single bets made on American At 5:00 o'clck A. M. Wednezdaj Julj 29. '91 .Mlrwa NIUNN at SUu protnpt legislation in every State which I heard of Lightning Kidney nnd Liver horso races tho following instances uro V3U1 Uronimnr, professionRemedy, nnd purchased ono bottle, nnd taken from tho records: Haughton bet new aorK. was induced by mischievous Ifcil Bound Train Eatt Bound Traim Walton $14,000 to $1,000 against Giroflo. al reformers to mnke tho hazardous ex- after taking same according to direc61 62 M ki Mail Mall & periment of ndoptinu it. Its defects nre tions, I feel well. In futt, I can say it is Haughton bet Kelly 20.000 to ftf.OOO Expr'a Kxpr's STATIONS Exir'a Expr'. Appleby & Johnirremediable by any altera- the best medicine that ever went down a against Heulopen. radical and Dally Pally Dally Dally cores Xlver Complalnu human throat for kidney nnd liver dis- son bet P. Lorillard $1 1.000 to $10,000 tions. It should bo abolished altogeth""V"'"""- - Affection 25 and fiaiprr 745am Iv.Un'n Dn't..ar 12 00 9 OSprr I against Pizarro, and $2.r,000 to 15,000 method of ease. For sale by nil dealers. I Cottlveneiw. Atdrundsts. cts. 8U0 er, and tho old nnd simple 45 0 40 Kentucky St. 860 against Leo in tho samo race. In each 8 41 8 05 720 Weatl'olnt 12 05 voting restored. N. i . Sun. 8 41 of theso cases it is probable that tho 12U2pm 8 02 724 Howard Alio to iliu Uunrli of Dancer. A. 11 45.1 in 747 Itock Haven 7 17 900 owners risked ten times these amounts Tenor It is singular, when i have a 11 S8 9 0S 7 40 767 8 07 7 31 917 llruiidcnbiirif II 29 A Child Killed. cold it destroys my low notes und not at on each of the races, as the bets above 9 21 8 11 Meade Springs 1125 7 27 nil my high ones, which would seem stated were only made with ono book92(5 817 1119 723 Ekron of opiAnother child killed by the uso maker. W, p. Ctu-tib' 931 8 27 1111 in Foruin Giistnn 715 more sensitive 9 44 8 37 1102 .Irvlngton 655 in tho form of Soothing syrup. ates given Lady Perhaps; but then thoy are tho 98-- ' 10 6J 8 47 6 48 Webster Ignornneo of tho merits of DoWitt's 10 45 1000 865 6 40 Why mothers give their children such most difficult tiu Mack. Harper's Bazar. I.odiburg UOJ 1010 1035 6 31 l'lerce surprising when thoy Littlo Early Risers is a misfortune These deadly poison is 1015 Si...,p)e 9 11 02.1 1030 It is an established fact that Do Witt's little pills regulate tho liver, euro head9 21 102.1 Stepheusport 10 23 613 ran relievo tho child of its peculiar trou1027 1018 9 25 Addison 013 1015 1030 9 30 bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. Littlo Early Risers have an enormous ache, dyspepsia, bad breath, consitpation Holt 610 Prlc only 25 cents. Sola by all druggists.) 10 44 1001 9 43 Cloverport 6 67 liolovos quickly Rheumatism, Neu-ralgno opium or morphine. Sold sale, and why? Simply because they and biliousness. Sold by Short & HayIt contains 961 Shops 1060 967 6 63 9 44 10 01 1100 Skillinan 6 40 Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd nre pleasant in taking ant happy in re- nes. 1111 1010 933 Hawesvillc 630 sults. A pill for tho multitude Sold Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, 1018 1118 920 6 22 l'Urie Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. 10 21 1121 surprised IIU Friend. 920 Falcon by Short & Ilaynes. 615 Burns, Scalds, Soros, Backache, &o. 10 28 112!) Cayce 915 fill (a returned traveler) How Girdler 1135 1034 9 09 6 05 To protect itself from tho rain thoorang-outau- g did young Wesley ever turn out? A Bad Egg. 1152-1060 861 l'owers 448 1207pm 8 37 1102 Pates 4 35 crooks its arms over its head. Speakuian Ohl he has mado a splen1111 1210 8 27 Owensboro Hero is a cipher puz.lo which is far Tho hair on tho orang's upper arm points did name 4 25 THE BEST NEWSPAPER OF THE AGE for himself. He was sent to 1123 Mattlngly 122; 815 413 superior to the cryptogram which Ig- downward, whilo on tho lower arm it prison and has surprised everybody by 1131 1236 806 Stanley 4 0'. f 1240 1140 WorlhlnL'ton 7 65 365 natius Donnelly clams to have discovered points upward, tho apparent purpose be- tho talent he displays in pegging shoes. Spottsville 1165 , 101 737 3 37 1205pm 111 7 29 Ilasketts 3 29 in tho works of Shakespeare. Put down ing to shed the rain liko a thatch. Now York Epoch. 1220am 125pm ar.Henders'n Iv 715rm 315pm in figures tho year in which you were G Peoplo who havo used Lightning Hot "An honest pill is tho noblest work of born j to this add four; then add your Consists of 10 pages. Pays more for news than any other paper DoWitt's Littlo Early Loufsvi'Ie,Hardinsburg & Western R, R, ngo at your next birthday, provided it Drops pronounco it tho best general the apothecary." Stccoiuiiioiiricd iih tlio Rest. IX in tlio United Slates, being replete with matter of intercut to all classes' comes before January 1, otherwiso your panacea. S. A. Steel, M. M., W. Vu., & Risers cures constipation, biliousness Lk Maiis, riywouth Co., la., May, 1880. No. 2 TIME TABLE. 1 Bufforeil Jroui temporary "I nnd sick headache. Sold by Short & slooiiloBaueas from ngo at your last birthday; multiply tho P. It. It., Weston, W. Vn. says: the agricultural, tho morcantilo iiul the professional. overwork tor two years, for which I used I'aator TAKING Advocates EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. havo used Lightning Hot Drops for over Haynes. !; result by 1,000; from this deduct Kocnltt'g Nervo Tonlo, and can roconimend eam two years for both oxternnl and internal aa the boat meillolue for similar troabloa, West Mound Trains Hast Hound Trains the principles of the Republican Party and publishes in full thtf substitute for tho remaining figures Dally Dally Dally Dally She Known He Will Ciinie HucU. i BOKNHOKST. ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun, ex Sun speeches of its leaders, corresponding letters of tho alphabet, ns .complaints. I havo always found it n CiUNcr, Term., October, 18D0. An AtcliiRon woman biisdiaiuIuKcd her No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 A for 1, B for 2, C for 3, D for 1, etc. ready panacea for all diseases for which awing to a runaway about a year ago, my eon cook nnd commenced to take In sowing. As the coming Presidential Campaign promises to be the holtest 1130ml I. v Irvlngton Ar 93nam wa thrown from a wagon and eovorely hurt Tho result will uivo tho immo by which it is recommended. Our shopmen havo Her hnsb.'tnd joined 1210pm Garlield 8 35 the boomers who 12 25 popularly known. Hopkinsvillo used it for cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, rushed Into tho new Oklahoma country about tho head. For many daya ho was entirely Harned 815 you arc ever contested, every Republican should becomo u subscriber aud keep 12 42 uuiiue inuioeii mm ravmg, anu needed continual llardlnfcburij 760 colic, cramps, etc., and found it ns reKentuckinn. 1 18 tho other iluy. nnd bJio Is saving up money wntculrig, At this time I learned of Paator 7 15 Kirk himself thoroughly informed of what is ocouring in tho political world commended. I would not bo without it t9 pay his furo buck. Atchison 130 7 05 Jolly Nerve Tonlo and at once ordered a bottle. Globe. 148 Glendcane 641 Alter 1 bad given him tho second doeo he foil in my family for ton times tho price of 1 65 0 34 Dempster Into a quiet aloep and ceaaed raving. Tho next Dyspepsia and indigestion won't givo it." For sale by all druggists for 25 and 2 15pm ar I'allsltougli Iv 6 14am day ho was much when 260 6 64 Uockvale What measures aro you taking to stop up tho contents ofbetter, and be washe bad uaod you flesh, but Lightning Wood Elixir 50 cents. the bottle entirely 3 02 lluth 6 29 aud IB so stUL 3 It i'llEU DKRSU WEIL 6 21 Hood, Folsom, W. Vn., Asklns that cough ? Let us suggest DoWitt's will. Mr. II. 3 29 Oaka 6 00 Tho Chinese lay down bamboo rods Cough and Consumption Curo. It is in4 00pniArIfordsvillcI,v writes: "I had suffered several years 4 45am Vnlnfililn Tlnilr an Vnnmnk tent froo to anr address, for young oysters to cling to, and givo fallible. Sold by Short & Haynes. Remit through Postmasters and Newsdealer?, or direct to tho from dyspepsia, aud tried many remejioor pitlenu can alo obtain them no special intention. -, When n fair iiHHiicino iroo or cimuxo. NOTICE, FRUITGROWERS! for relief, received none until 1 bodies remedy baa been prepared by the Reverend number are mature, they pick up tho KoenlK. ot Fort Gent-rallgun to uso Lightning Blood Elixir, nnd rods nnd carry large und small to GLOBE PRIHTIWG GO. speaking tho Chlneso will 'aator prepared nnderblaWayne, by the Mako your orJera by the 1st of October and enow direction market, after taking three bottles I feci liko without separating them from tho rods. not eat mutton, still less beef. Tho for-mvie will furnish you any kind of KOENIQ MED.CO., Chicago, III. is, however, largely consumed by another man, and have gained several ST. LOUIS, MO. BoldbyDniKKistsatSl per Bottle. G for 85, trifcTjXT xnancs, You don't want a torpid liver. You Mohammedans und beef is by no means pounds of flesh. It has dono great work SAMPLE COPIES MAILED FREE. Lunm Slto, Bl.73. OUottlesforSO. .Jfor me, it has cured mo of what would don't want n had complexion. You don't unknown. hesi-tut- o want n had breath. You don't want a hnvo caused my death. I do not SHItTJBSi ScO. "ANAKESIS bI voa Instant You may .cough nnd cough aild cough MHBBiaaHBM ninorougn, . it to tho public, ns headache. BkW Then uso Do Witt's Littlo to recommend ZACK. GREEN, relief nnd la mi Infnlllblo to positions. IAW.n 111 m WiM """'?''rrncticsi instruction.Catalogue r Graclu. and cough nnd cough but you will not, If &? Ily Cure for l'llrs. l'rlco$l. experience has tnught mo that it Is n Early Itlsors, tho famous littlo pills. Manager Hardinsburg Nursrry. ra Hninplca . ','" '?, tjfl you tnko DoWitt's Cough nnd Consumprrte.AildntB"ANAKt18,' Sold by Short fc Haynes. tion Cure' Sold by Short A Haynes. arjani & bmuon business coiiogt, good jncdlcino." HAnDiNsnuno, KY liox 2110, New York City. Three Gitrloua Ilelfs. There Is n curious legend connected with tho bells of Mcssinglmm church. It 1b said that a long, loug timo ngo n traveler was passing through Messlng-har- a when ho noticed threo men sitting on n stilo in tho churchyard nnd saying, "Come to church, Thompson, como to church, Drown," and so on. Being very much surprised, ho asked whntit meant, and was told that, having no bells, they called folks to church in this way. Tho traveler remarked that it was n pity no fine a church should bo without bolls, nnd at tho samo timo asked tho men if thoy could mako threo for tho church, promising to pay for them hhnsalf. Thoy undertook to do this. Thoy were respectively n tinker, a carpenter and n shoemaker. When next tho travolcr passed that way ho found tho threo men ringing three bolls, which said, "Ting, tong. pluff," being mndo respectively of tin, wood and leather! London Tit-Bits. -- J- BBBBfflfflfl55BBB Any ono who wnnts to purclinso n JUST WHAT EVE11Y FARMER WAN'S. CHRISTMAS - I PRESENT ((WJMV m ."HOLIDAY Granite CHILLED tLOW. t:e3::e . T Holiday Shoppers. Popular Prices, Reasonable Prices, Prices within your means. ' , hi J. P. Baswell, & Son., a Hardinsburg, Ky. .. IM .11 A SWEEPING SUCCESS. 'J '"'""B 20 WHITES All CREAM VERMIFUGE utt-iilii- Hamlileton House GREGORY Prices and Description of Avery's "Granite" Chilled Plows. . II & CO., Reapers and Mowers, com-pricin- g Pine Poplar Shingles YOU WANT OWE A Trial will convince every Farmer of its Merits. B. R AVERY & SONS., waists: BANK IvMVffJ) ' o, w A EAEDOTSBURfl LOUISVILLE, KY. BsRr I 1 iin-inrr- Wf TIME SCHEDULE :lto. is. Pi-lo- Price 50 cts. For Sale by R. FISHER. s THE ST. LOUIS SALVATION OIL fa, Weekly Globe - Democrat. Pfe 1 Koe-nlg'- a 080,-12.'- I I -- l FREE1 er -- PILES A '; -- ...,..., ,, ,