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X ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST
Is commonly remarked on the street. Reports which come to Us from day to day, and are very grateful to our earsthat the success that has followed our
House ever since its opening is something phenomenal! something unheard of before, even in these times of booms! We are proud to know that these re
marks, are true, and feel that our success is duo to a few cardinal rules in business which we have tried to follow to the letter. We are proud "to say that wo
are constantly on the increase, and have up t6 the first of November sold more Clothing than we did during the entire year of 1886, and we are determined' t
soil fully $25,000 worth more goods before January 1, 1888, and to accomplish this we know that we must offer special inducements, so wo have lost no time,
but have begun hammering down prices, and to see the appreciative buyers, discontented competitors and strings of Red Bundles is really wonderful. But thk
is the accepted time, and 25 per cent, is aaved on all Clothing now bought of us. No matter what prices other houses name ; you will find them lower at
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosser & McCarthy,
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SATURDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 6, 1887.
Tns October collections of internal rev
enuo in the Covington district amounted
to $359 508 46.
Thr Republicans of Lexington have
invited Sliornmn and Foraker to deliver
speeches in tbat city in the course of a
The people of Bath County are voling
to-day on a proposition to subscribe $150,
O00 to the Paris, Georgetown Mid Frank
fort Ruilrowl. The fitrlit is ti warme one.
The School Board of Paris has passed
nn order difcntinuitiL! the services of
Professor Adams ms Principal of the City
School at thiit place on account of his
being near-sighted and unable to con
trol the scholars.
Thr flilv Onnnnil nf Lexington hnt an
pointed some one to ferret out the prop-1
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erty hi mut uuy mm hub uci-ii niu nm
the Assessor for the years 1880 and 1885
inclusive, the party to receive 25 per
'tent, of the revenue thus collected.
Duhino the month of October tho re
ceipts of the Government amounted to
$31,803,172, and toe expenditures to $12,
474,052, being an excess of receipts
of $10,328 520. It is very plain to all
that there ought to bo a reduction some
where. Tim Fleming True Blue Democrat is
oppored to prohibition, but favorB a high
license as a remedy for the evils resulting
from the liquor traffic. "High license,"
it says, "with proper, and reasonable pen
alties for selling to minors, confirmed
drunkards, or at improper hours or on
Sunday, will regulate the traffic, keep it
within bounds, and bring the State a
revenue for police purposes. If the next
Legislature will strike from the statute
books all special liquor legislation and
provide for the submission to the people
the question of high license, they will
deal with this subject in a practical way."
Stock and Oropa.
Bracken is preparing for a big tobacco
rop next year.
Lucky Baldwin says he is $60,000 ahead
on this season's work. '
Wodford'scorn crop is averaging from
five to six barrels per acre.
Hanover'a winnings in twenty-one
races this season amount to almost $84,
210. Governor Sanford's Sable Wilkes has
lowored the record for three year-olds
from 2:10 to 2:18.
D. A. Givens and E. R Sparks sold
twenty-two Jersey cattle at Cynthiuna for
1 2,205, averaging $113 50.
W. H. Wilson, of Oynthiania, has sold
a half-interest in the stallion Sultun to W.
T. Handy for $13,000 cash.
Jay-Eye-Seo went very lame before
leaving Chicago, and the chances are
against his ever being seen on the truck
At John T. Sutherland's sale of 81iort
horns in Bourbon C mnty, R, E. Pouue,
of Mayslick, b night Cordelia 12th, twelve
years old, for $100.
Most ailruriivts storul town ln"Cox
Building." Finn old wines and liquor
lot ineiilca purposes. Pure druus
Toilet MrtictBM in vreai variety
Corner Clothing House,)
A Sad Oaso of Poisoning
Is that ol any man or woman afflicted
with disease or derangement of tho liver,
resulting in poisonous accumulations in
the bit od, scrofulous affections, sick-head-aches
and diseases of the kidneys, lungs
or heart. These troubles can bo cured
only by going to the primary cause, and
putting thri liver in a healthy condition,
To nccomolihb this result speedily and
effectually, noihimr has proved itself so
efficHcious as Dr. Pierce's " Golden Med
ical Discovery," which has never failed to
do the work claimed for it, and never will.
The me ting In the ChrUt an Church closed
Frdlay ulglit with thirteen additions.
W. O Johnson and family havo poe In
1) lyton, O., to vMt the family ol J. S. Frlzzell.
I. Vi. Wrsmou and family returned to their
borne at Versailles, Friday.
Mr. I.u le Johnson has gino to 'ov!ngton
to elect property with a view to matting her
future home I herd.
(inr school Is working smoothly under the
charge of the tfltso Tilsler.
The drouth continues In this noluhbnrhod.
Vatr IsMturce auj the wheal unit grass are
Mrs Keith, of Tonnensee, 1b visiting her
father, M. Uurmon
The Now Cablnat.
Washington, Nov. 6. President Cleve
land's cabinet will be recait soon after the
lieadi of departments have completed their
annual reports some- time this month. Sec
retary Lamar will go to the supreme bench,
and Postmaster Qeueral Vilas will bo-made
crotnry of the interior. 1
". ot Michigan, will be
Don. M. Dickin-
the next post
master general, unless ha declines the ap
pointment, which has boon tendered him.
His law practice is large and growing
yearly more valuable, and his acceptance of
public oflioe will seriously Impair it. There
is no revival of the talk of the retirement of
Girland and Eudicott, and both of these
gentlemen are likely to stay.
Killed lijr Guard.
Newahk, N. J., Nov. '5. Thomas Wal
lace, aged ninoteeti year, a prisoner in the
Essex county penitentiary, was shot dead
by one of the guards last evening while at
tempting to escape. It was hi first day at
work outside, and no fault oould lie found
with his behavior. While the prisoners
were boiu returned to their cells Wallace
made a break for liberty, and was fired
upon by the guard. The bullet entered the
skull and ho fell dead. Wallace was serving
ono year for larceny.
Mr. Uotichor'a Huecnator.
New Yonjf, Nov. 5. It is virtually set
tled that the Uev. Charles A. Berry, of
Wolverhampton, England, is to be called to
Plymouth church as its paster. The od
fhory committee of the church having
barge of the subject of a successor to Mr.
Becher mot last evening and unanimously
roted to recommend the selection of Mr.
Berry. While this does not bind the church
Jhere is little doubt but that the choice of
;ho committer will bo ratified.
Ilnld for Murder.
Los Akooles, CaL, No v. 5. Hattie Wool
tin, the alleged murderer of Dr. Harlan,
was to-day held for the murder. Bail was
refused. The young woman was arrested
here on suspicion of having had a hand in
the murder of the doctor although it was
tnovni she was his lover. They were seen
;o drive away together one day, and later
;he same day the doctor's charred remains
were found in a barn whioh was almost
World's Iteoord Itentoa.
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 5. At the Buffalo
Driving park yesterday afternoon Mr. C J.
Hamlin drove his two trotters Belle Hamlin
and Justina a milo in li:lH neither bone
makiug a break in the entire distance.
This time beats the world's record for team
trotting. The quarters were as follows:
First 0:80 3-t Becoud 1:03 8-t Third I'M and
Floor Oivas Way.
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 6. About 11 o'clock
yesterday morning the first two floors of the
dry kilns at tho Richmond elevator gave
way. lotting down a largo quantity of wet
wheat and inj iring four men, William Ro
mer, Patriik Connor, Tom Mahoney and
William Patterson, in their fall
How the W. U. Pays for the It. & O.
New Yonic, Nov. 6, A certificate was
filed in the ouu uy clerk's office yesterday,
setting forth that the Western Union Tele
graph company, through Its directors, has
Increased its capital fS.OuO.OOU. This makes
tho total stock fd'l.200.000.
L'co is more tihtd in millinery and
dress decorntion limn ever, und all kinds
' of laces are iu vogue.
What can be more disagreeable, more
disgusting, than to sit in a room with a
person who is troubled with catarrh, and
bus to keep couuhing and clearing his or
her throat of the mucus which drops
into it? Such persons are always to be
Fitted if they try to cure themselves and
til. But if they net Dr. Shko'b Catarrh
Remedy there need le no failure.
Parisian women are wearing tho hair
m Red on the hack of tho head.
FURNISHED BY W. A. NORTON.
Yesterday's Closing December wheat, 72J;
liny wheat 78; May corn, iSJf; January
'Jo-day's Openlng-Deotmber wheat, Tii
May whea', 7t&; , May corn, i5Vi; January
ANl'KU A white woman to do family
washing. Apply atTlilS OKKIUK.
WANTED -Ladle lor our Knll andChrl't
mus Hade, to take llgut. pleasant work
at their own Humes. $1 to 13 per day can be
quietly made. Work eul by mall any dis
tance. Parti uliirsfree. .vocttnvaaslue. Ad
dress at once, URKSilKNT ARC (JO., H7 Milk
street, Boston, Muss. Box 5170.
INTKNIUNU ADVKRTlSrIW t-hould ad
1 dresH OKO. P. ROWtiLL. fc CO., 10 Spruce
street, New York City, for select llstol l,-0)
uewspuperH. Will be neat trfeonnppilrntlon.
WANTKD-2o.0i.kj llvo turkeys. lilKheel
market piice pala.
dAwlmal K. H.TRAXEL& CO.
FOR RET I A sevpn oetuve plnnn In good
order. Apply to UUL.LKTIN OKKIUE.
FOR RENT My r-sldonoe oi Forest ave
nue. Five rooms and Kitchen, uwod cel
lar. Apply to B. P. MCCLANAHAM. uldlw
FOR BALE A twotory f ame dwelling
hou-e on not th hIUo of Forest avenue.
Uood price and teims.
, nldBt Q.H. JUDD. Aum.
F'ORHALK The very desirable lot otjjrtund
thirty-five leet Iront on Hecond street,
Chestai.nnd extendltiK tolow wtrmark on
the Ohio River. This lot Is Jut west of Mr.
Kllpp's propel ty. There Is no ulcer building
lot about the city. Price m t5
lOR HALK Immedlutely, a seveu octave
JO pluno, The Instrument, can be seen at
A. Hxucko'g residence, Fifth ward. Apply to
FRANK HAUCKrc.Bt. Charles Hotel. n2d5t
LiOK HALE-My resldeuoe on West Heooud
V Htreet. A.H.THOMPSON.
FOR HALE OR RENT-The desirable resi
dence now occupied ly Mr Hauvary on
tne south side of East Fourth street; ou easy
terms; possession Riven October 1st
slidlf CHARLES PHISTRR.
Thin itopulur remedy never rails to
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And nil discitscs arising from a
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
The natural result 1m Rood anpotlto
and sollil flcsb. Dose am nil) ofcffaHt
ly HMur'coatcd and vany to nn allow.
KIBK & SHAFER.
New Meat Store, at No. 77 East.Becond
street, near Yuucoy A Mexander's livery sta
ble. Choice fresh meats coiiHtan t ly on hand
at muraet pr.ces. Your patronage is solic
11riSS ANNA M. FRAX.1K,
87 Second street, dealer In
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MILLINERY,,
School Supplies, etc. Call and examine ray
new Hue ot Fall aud Winter Quods,
Close Our House
Bargains in every depart
ment until that timo. Every
body invited to call.
W. W. HOLTON.
"&F nag E II
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
" We do hereby certify that toe tupervue tht
arrangement for all the Monthly and Semu
Annual Drawingt of the Loutrtana State Lot
ttry Company, and in perton manage and con
trol the Xfraxoinge themtelvet, and that the tarru
are conducted with honetty, (airneu, and it
aoodaith toward all parttet, and xoe authorit
the Company to ute thit certificate, with faa-tim
tte of our tignature attached, in ttt adverliu
We the underiigned Bank and Banker wili
pay all Prize drawn in the Louisiana Ntate Lot
teries which may be pretenled at our counter.
J.H.OOt.KsnT.Pres.U. National Bb
P. IjtNAQX, President N tit to Nat'l Uk
4 Bll.n in, Prcx N. O. Notional Mb
OAK I. KOIIV. I'ros. I'alnn Nat'l Itituk
UNPREOEDENrED ATTRACTION! Ovel
Hall a Million distributed!
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPAIO
Incorporated In 1863 for twenty-five years
by the Legislature for Educational and Char
table purposes with a capital of $1,000,000-
to which a reserve fund ot over 8550,000 hat
ilnco boen added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its tras
j.ise was made a part or the present State
Constitution adopted Deoembor2, A.D., 1879.
77ie only Lottery ever voted on and endorted
by the people of any State.
tar it never icule or postpone.
Us Uraud Single Number Drawimrs takt
place monthly, and the Soml-Annual Draw
Ines every six months Clone and December)
W"A Nplonillil opoortmilty to win n
Fortnuo. 1 1th Urnnd Drawing, class L, In
the Academy of Music, New Orleans, TUESf'
DAY, NOV. 8. It87-210th Monthly Drawing
Capita! Prize, $150,000.
Filths, W: Tenths. $..
lAml nf Prlaes.
1 UAPITAL PRIZE ol..l50,000 J150.000
1 GRAND PRIZE or. 60,000 50,000
1 GRAND PRIZE of. 20,0i 20,000
2 IiARUE PRIZES of...... 10,000. 20,000
i LARGE PHiZK-l of...... 5Vu 20W0
20 PRIZES Of.................... 1,000...... 2UUX'
50 " 500 25)00
100 " .... 800 . 80,000
200 ...... . 200 J,0"O
600 ' . lOU...... 50,000
100 ApproxlnsaternsesofOOO 130,000
100 " 200 20,000
100 ' 100 . 1000
1,000 Terminal 6a 60,000
2,179 Prlees. amounting to . . $535,001
Application tor rates to ciuDa Btiouia d
made only to the office ot tte company In
For farther Information write clearly, gtv
ins fall address. POSTAL, NOTES, Expross
Money Orders, or New York Kxobange In or
dlnary letter. Curronny by express (at oar
M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, I.,
Or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washinuton, D. 0.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La
AiMaiMltns that ,na pressnos oi
and Early, who ure In charge of the drawings.
Is a guarantee of absolute ialrnewi and Integ
rity, that Ibe ohanees aro all nqnal, and thai
no one can possibly divine what numbeis wll
draw a Prise.
KKMKIURR that Fonr National Bank
guarantee the payment of Prises, and that all
tickets bear the signature ol the President
of an Institution, whose franchise Is reoog
nlced In the highest Courts; therefore, beware
ot any Imitations or anonymous schemes.
LOOK WHAT STARTLING PRICES ARE
BEING OFFERED BY
1 pound new Leghorn Clt'-oti.. .... 25
2 pound . best new Currant'- ....... ........ 15
1 pound bet Layer l'nlHlns.... IS
1 pound purrt MIok Cn idy I"
1 noun i uood Making Powder.. . ...... ....... 16
1 la 'Reran Mustard Sardluei .... 1
1 dt'EHii large P.cKle t
2 bottles Siildtr Homo-ma t L'utsup. 25
2 pounds choloe Mince itat. ... 16
2 pounds beht Jelly . 16
8 pounds be I Apple HutUr. ........ 2.5
2 p autls bet preserves 25
0 pounds newliuckwlit-at Flour V5
1 pound btft uewTurkidii Prunes.. 5
2 packages Aibuales Coflee..... 6
lo o us uood Suap ....M 25
II pa (quarters lor Birds, Turkoj s, Celery and
N B. -Choice large Pumpkins.
-TVR. W. II. ANDEHSON,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
OlUco at draw store.
J. W. SPARKS & BRO
No. 24 Market street, put mi
sale this day great bargains Ji
Dress Goods, Cloaks, Jackets,
Underwear, Hosiery, Glove,
Twonty-flvo pieces Dress Goodsredao9l
from 30 cents to 15 cents per yard;
Two hundred Jackets, with Hoods, si
an inside price;
Ladies' fine Merino Vesta nt 45 andJH
Gentlemen's Medicated 'Underwear,
very fine, at $1 ;
One hundred Bed Comforts at 75c., ftc,
$1 00, $1.25 and $1 50 each;
Five thousand yards of Jeans to bo
sold at wholesale prices ;
4 4 Floor Oilcloths 25, 30 and35 cents;
Latest styles Dress Trimmings cheap;
Big bargains in Flannels, Blankets,
Ginghams, Prints and Muslins;
Fifty cents buys tho best white Shizt
in this city.
ts7Our prices are always the lowest!
J. 1 SPARKS A 11,
24 Market Street
Opera House, To-night
The Ladles' Fayorlto Stars,
XJ. H. HUNTLEY,
and a comp my nf American Art Ms. Cham
pion Drill Bind of American Musicians A
brand Orchestra o' Ainurlonn H doist. Jtv
iiorthe maimue ne it nf J, M (UL.I1EKT. i
THIS EVENING will he prewntwl tUobAi
tlful Kivo Act Comedy Drama euti loJ
Frou ' Frou,
OR A WIFJS HDMOR,
uiiange oi pinriirnme n.icu iiikiii. n.nuiw
sloii IS, im d &) cti.t-u Don't fall to t-ee tle
i . n in i. .1.... ... II n.1.,n1.
Uiunfc otlllll UIJII I1HUII UUjr .. wiwb.
4KsrUratil Mwilutio MAturdny,
Urs. .MoNmt A 1'nilllpt Ha. oee tllsHolYrd.
Dr. McNuti 04ii u- louiul heivatier it I UN of
rice, opposite Hie Kl st Baptist liur;ii. oa
Market urtel. llM2t