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DRESS UP 0
You can cIq thw as our prices a-c within reach of you all. ' Profits are a thing we will not think of -tlio. balance of tlio season. We have determined to
sell $25,000 worth more Clothing bi'fore January- 1st, and' we will make prices do it. Our rush of trade is 'great, and our prices, which wo Have sledge-ham-mered
down away below the shadow of a profit to us, is drawing all Clotliitig ,buyers to us. Only think of it: rf
$2 50 buys an Overcoat worth 5; $3 50 buys an Overcoat worth 6; S5 buys an Over
coat worth 9; $10 buys an Overcoat worth 15; $15 buys an Overcoat worth 20.
$2 50 buys a Suit Worth $5; $3 50 .buys Suits worth 7; $5 00 buys Suits worth
1.0 00; $10 00
These prices we will continue until wo have accomplished our purpose, and if you come eirly your opportunities for a selection are best. Just received
a "large invoice f Fur Caps and Underwear, which we have added to the res of the stock and will let go at the same rate that wo adverse other7gd'ijsrforr.
ftardlessof profit or c-"St. ' ' ' 1- V
LOUIS ZECH & CO.,
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosser & McCarthy,
HATKS OF HUBtJCRIPTJON.
THK Daily Bolletin will be delivered to
say, part ot the city at e centaa week, or one,
.Th Daily BDuma to any poatofflce lnjthe lino throiiKh Cheater. Limerick and
the United states, (ostnge prepaid, at twenty- others were engaged yesterday afternoon
fie cent per month or three dollars per year. loading some of tlieMJ tiuH on to Cr8 far
flATJJKDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 19, 1887.
Thh Democrat have carried New
York for six eara in succession, and tho
in'Mcatious point to another victory in
Tn Democrats have a clear majority
of eleven iu tlin next House of Retire-
eentatives. The olficiaMist shows 168
ueniocratB, ioj ltepuoncuns aim iwur
TttB Robertson County Demor-rat says:
"Gambling and whisky selling ia becom
ing so publii: in Mt Ohvet, that even bcIiooI
boys know the names of all the parties
thus engaged, and discuss the mitier as
ihey would a fiht or a gaum of bull."
Tiik Democrats of Mercer County will
follow tl o example set bv Woodford and
Boyle couutiua in reuard to the primary
eltc ion to telect a cindidnte for Sheriff.
Three men wi I bo appointed for deb
voting precinct to carry a sealed ballot
box and canvass the district, the dele
gates to meet, and the candidate who
gets tho largest number of votes to be
Liability of Railro ds for Damages
The cafte of Finley against the Louis,
vilie and Nashville llml'oad Company
taken up froin the Whiieley Circuit Court
has been aflirmed by the Court of Ap
peals. Thei'ecisian isas follows: "When
the extraordinary privilege is given to a
corporation to construct a public work,
like a railroad, it must bo done without
interfering with any right then belonging
to or being exercised b any individual.
Therefore.granting tint a public way may
be changed or discontinued by the proper
authority without any liability to the
abutting owner, a railroad company has
o tiht in constructing its road to change
the location or grade of a public way so
as to deprive the adjoining owner of bis
right to enjoy bis premises by preventing
ingress or egress, and if ft does so, must
answer in damages therefor."
Tna many friends of Thomas Biggar,
nurseryman, at Manchester, O., will'learn
with sincere regret of the sudden death
ef his wife, which occurred Saturday,
$fov. 12, at the family residence iu that
place. The Signal say's Mrs. Biggar arose
in tho morning in her usual state of
health but died before nightfall. Sho
was an estimable woman, loved and re
goected by all who knew her, and thp
community loses by her death one of its
most charitable and neighborly citizens.
Her funeral took place on Mondav, her
rem dns being deposited in the cemetery
at that place.
Tiik suit of Mrs. 8 M. Poyntz against
the New York Life Insurance Company,
filed somo time ago in the United Stales
District Court at Louisville, has been
compromised. The action was brought
- for $10,000 insurance on tho lifo of hor
are made p tllid and unattractive by func
tional irregularities which Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription" will infallibly
-nre. Thousands of testimonials. By
buys Suits Worth
W ' - . .
Another Accident on tho Now Eoad.
Tuere whs a regular upidem.it! of ncci
drnlBS'esienlnyand the day beforw. In
ndditton to those already detailed, Grorge
Limerick, of Chester, is to be placed on
tho list of unfortunates.
He has been at work on the Msysvillo
& Bit: tirfmiv Krtilro.id. The cuiqpaqy
hjig hft(, a Jaws ol of tje pile(, p alor)g
' .kinmnttl ttll fllu rfllirl
While the men
ouiyuiuii u. .w . "n.
were thus employed a heavy bridge fie
fell, striking Limerick on thw buck and
(shoulders. At first jt was thought his
buck whs broken, hut he soon rallied
from tho severe shuck. Dr. Browning
whs Biiinmoned, and found that the un-
iforiunate man had Burained verv seri-
0U(J fleh woundg an(l bruises, but does
, , ,,,. ,, i,nn unr iimiti.n-
jime,iCk is doin well, and his physician'
thinkB he will recover.
A Long-Lost Jewel.
Forty years ago yerterd. y, MifsC. L.
Mackey now Mm Ueorge. T. Wood, of
this c ty lost a gold breast-pin in a
dwelling house near Sliaip-iliuri.', B th
County In removing a mantel-pit ce a
lew th ys ago dome parties found the pm.
Mrs. ooil was very agreealdy burprised
to hear ol hf r long losi jewel.
Five huntora fr in Lexinulnn killed
207 hirtla and 212 rabbits in ISi'ill County
last weeK. liny loumi uriiiKing wner
v,rv fciree. and corn seliinu at $5'ner
All who have reserved seats for the
J K. Emmet entertainment at opera
house next Mondav night, and have not
, A ,
yet called lor their tickets, are requested
to do so at onco.
Skrvici-h at the M. E Church at 11 a.
in. and 7 p. m tn-m rrow. Sunday t-chool
ai 0:30 a. m. Q mi terly meet ing lot e feast
o. m. Sacrauioiit of the Lord's Supper
ip the moruing by Key I. Ilanionl, pas-
tor, and teruiou at niht by Kov Amon
Uoreing, the new Piosiding Eider.
Miss Burton halite r turned last night
fioui a two months' vir-it to her aunt, Mrs.
Sarah Burton Aubtin, at St. Louis.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crack erb.
School books and school supplies upon
most favorable teruiB, at Q. Vf. Blatter
man & Co's.
The latest styles of wall paper and ceil
ing decorations, at J. O. Peoor & Co.'e
drug and book store.
Come early and havo your lifo-eiie por
trait made. Makes a valuable Christmas
present.' Itackley's galleries.
The best and most valuable Christmas
present isyour picture, Call on Kuckjey
New background, chairs and etc.
D. Hunt & Son are offering great bar
gains in dry goods and cloaks. A rare
opportunity for a genuine bargain. Seo
Mlsa Mary Rutclier and Mum MzzlePum
polly have rttu ued irjm a visit to t ju lluuk
yeBtate. , Mm, J O, Htvitge. of Kern Loaf, apeat ov
?inl days In tow j thla week.
Mr. Ur. A U. rpllock has been corjflncd to
her bed tot aeveral weeka. Htr IIUHbt ti,
thnugli blind, la hale anil hearty. They havo
'.' lived and lnved toother" for more thau
flliy-f ur years.
' Joel Woodward, nf Jeaxamlne County, was
lu town on bUtlneaa thla week.
Hon, Joe Wait-in a d Ur Joe Brnwnlbg
havo been at Kenlontown, RoboiUou Cuunt ,
thla week huutjuj quail.
, Mla Blrdlp HarrK of Moranaburg, Mason
County, la apendlhg the week In tuwu,
A. P. hIi-i, having erect-d a large Ilrery
tibia o" nan lea In iayavtlle. hna retiirned
htiiaa. Uktlled wtrkmeu are alwaja la do-1
raund, and nr town ouu laraUh them. '
LOOK REAL SLICK!
15 00; $15 00
Is It JtTot Singular
that conpuinpijvea Bhould be the leaft
ail their friends are urging and beseech
injj them to be more careful about expos
ure and overdoing. Jt may well be con
Hidered one of the most alarming Byrtfp
torn of the disease, whpre tho patient 1-t
nckleaa and will"not believe that he isin
danger. Reader; if you are in this condi
tion, do not neglect the only mean, of Ye
covv ry. Avoid exposure' and ftiuun,' he
regul ir in your'habltH, and Use fal'h'fully
of Dr. Pieica'a "4(len Medical DuWv
en ." It has saved thousands who Were
Leo Hart, of Chicago, arrived last
evening on a visit to his brother, Joe
Hart, of the Red Corner Clothitig House.
Most attractive store in town in ''Cox
Building." Fine old wines and liquors
toi inniica purposes. Pure druus
riri I" "j" vtipm
enKNIHHico m W. a. NOHTON.
Yesterdays ("osIiik- December wheat, 75;
May wheai, H'; vmy con, 48k: Jauuurv
pork, fit uu; Jit uary -unl. J7.IS.
iii-drfV pm 1114 May wheat, 82, 81;
May cor iV; Ian nr. poiaS4U0.
AN'i'KD-LulUv iiirour Kiill hiiiIUIiiI t
W iiniHUa le, lo take litem, plensa it work
in iliHrown lioiueu. ti to Si per tl y cau be
jiiieuy mniie. worn hem. oy man auy ris
iHiice Pnril ill irn free. uci vas.ilmt Ad
aiecaat once, CKK3 KVP Alt-' CO., M7 Milk
btreel, tliwton, Mush Hor 6170.
AUVKIITIS RS i-hould ad-
1 tlreH UK')
P. IMWKI L t UO.. 10 nruc
Kire-i, Nw Yoiu iniv, tor select lint oi i, 03
lir - -'.'
market u Ice duI.i.
difcwlinnl K. H.TRAXB
-.-.n bp'ot a .. . . .. 7.
T70H RENT A two-Mory Iramo Uoltaeo
J with noee ro'imxaxd kiiclieu.on Kounii
tr e , aliove Plum. Water luruiclied. Ad.
ply lo-'UIIN UKAVK 120
InR AI.K-A f-w bnrreN of blackberry
Winn miu e 111 ltWi). Wmrnnled num. Hun
" tted y P vutaA Wai on. tor ate at
uHM3twJ!t Hiiannon, Ky.
."tilt H LK-A IN-Htiur er ata e. cost 158,
wlllaailiorll2 Nearly new. RusiatIpn
plp-. Call at V. W. Lyucti'H, bUju store il
Market air et. nil 6t
1OR HALK-My rsldeiino on NVet Kpcond
' Htreet. A II. THOMPHON.
I.O't HAI.E OR RKNT Tho dtlrahlo real
ly deno-t uiw ecupled ty Mr Hituvary on
the Mouth Mill ot Kami Fourth Mtroet; on eaay
terina; poHiewjIo kIvdii October 1st
11M ('IIARLFJ3 PIII8TRR.
Ptaoe-yur order with L HILL for your
Thai kKBlylnx Inrkey, Ovatera, Olory.and
CrHtiberrleM, Im)6rt-d Peas and 8weet Crab
FREE! FREE! FREE!
Thanka IvIhr week.onrpoundCraokerswIth
every qiiwrt of nlk Oytar.
CURED OF SICK HEADACHE.
v. D.,Hdward, Palmyra, O., writes t
"I liave been m great narferer rrom
CoNiii oilcan and Sick Headache j ctatf
bttvo tried Btaay taedlelaee, bat
IB ifaPaiilT aaa tkat rave me relief'.'
riBd'thateae pill aicta better (hau
tbree of ajr other kind, aad dees-Ret
weaken or crrlae." Klearantly aarar
Coated. Dese small, rriee, ets.
, 44 Murray Street, New York, i
buys Suits worth
ECLIPSE :: HALTER
d"e not rhaleand cannot bn slipped bv nnv
ii"ie. try ouu uuu you win no convinced.
For bale by
who keep1 'veryihlng
that Is found lu a
OPERA-HOUSE, ONE NIGHT ONLY,
AXouday, JSTo-v. 21.
The favurlto. Mr. J. K.
IE : 3b : IMI : III : T ,
In hi rocouNtructid PKITZ, 'nr 'oniIn-
uernmii. Pilces-81.00, 7j, 6U aiid 2n ceuts.
The pnrtneiHlilp heretofore fxlsllne "be
tween the uuderiigued latblx iIhv dibHdlved,
Thomfnt buslnpfs w.l.i be con Inu d nl th'o
old Ht nd on -Foond Hlieetby Ihennder8l(('ieil.
All imrileH lmvli)Kcl.iimsiiiilnsi iheolu 11 im
will present them to rau lor fcotilemenf. -
nlSd-Jt 'K.O. KIRK.
Gas and Steam Fitter.
ear- Orders promptly attended to. No. 35
'cond street. marlfl
VTIMH ANNA M. FRAZIlK,
SJ Beooud street, dealer Id
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MILLINERY,
Behoof Bupplle ete. -Call and examine My
hew line ot Fall aud Winter Ooodn.
3AKER AND OONFEOTIONEBi
loe Cream and Hoda Water a'apeeiaity.
HVMih HnuLd miff fAkM-mnrlA Aoflv n-nii riiv.
i -.-r.r.T?rr3.!-.T. TT.rr-r:- tiv .it"v.
iiq vuwnuig aai
ivereu 10 uy imri oi
nan oi t
Parties' an d
a' abort a6tlee.
A SORBIES SON,
GUU AND LOCZSMITHsi
Repair Onna, Piatola, Loeka, &c Ppclal at
teiitlon paid to repalrlna Bewlne Machines,
once and Hhopon Kast Second street.
J, 11, Hatxyk, romraonweaUhs Atty,
t f. UAWW Tsm, DxKIIm
3 AX.X.BB k S ALLEE,
Attnrneya riiid' Couhildra at' Law,
nrlll Attend lo collections and a general law
oractlcetnclvllcaiuatn Mason and adjoining
tan I lea. Fire Inanrnnoe and Real Eatati
AKtiitR. Allletlerannaworeit proran ly. OI
rice: Na 12 Court street, Mayavllle. Ky. "
(ENTUCKY i TELEPHONE J COMPANY
Has connection with the lollowin pUeea
MnyNvtltti. Helena, Mt. olivet,
Office In Mayavllle-W. W. Uolton'a Dry
nli liifi fi i )umiiit'ii ,
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED!
CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000.
V'lB. 9B H
LOUISIANA STATE LBTTERYOOMPAKI
Incorporated by the Ltllilatore In 1888, far
educational und clxriiublo parposes.and Its
trauchlse tsade a part ot the pieaent Htate
Loiihtitut ou, In 1879. by an nvervrhelmluc
lis Uraud Single Number Drawings take
place monthly, and the Hetnl-Aunual Draw
ings every x months (Juue and .December).
We tto hereby certify that Mt Miipervut ihi
irrangemtnu for all the Monthly ana, 6MM
innual -Drawingt of. the LouUiana tXaUJM-
erv Gemvanv. one
Cempany, and in perion manage and oon
he Drawing I themselves, and that the font
:rol the Drawing themielves, and that the torn
r conducted , with-hoiUMlu.alrntss. and in
jood faith toward all parlies, and we authoriu
:he Company to use this certificate, with fat-sit'
let of our signature attached; in Us advertise'
We the undersigned Banks and Bankers urtH
0 ty all Prizes drawn in he lAuMana Vale Lot
t'riea which m y be presented at our counters,
1 ri.OUI.KXKY, lre. I.n ItlMluillll lib
P.LMVtDX, I'rt'HlilciitNtiitn (Mnl'l Ilk. .
I HAID'IN.I'rPH S. O. National Itk,
CAR I, KilHV.I'rni. I'tilnn ,ill Hunk.
GRANDSEMI ANNUAL DRAWING
In Him Acinlt'iny nl Mnp. Ntwu intinsTnt".
day, DRC 18, I8S7, CAPITAL PHIZK r30fje
HiMMHJtlcUeihiti JOfiich; biilvo-,3i0; Qear.
tors.Si; T nthti, ti; TwoiUlellic, fl. 7
i pkizkoi fjiMijimi ih ...t&cooe
1 PRIZE of iui,0(J 1h ioo.ua
lPitlZ'ior i,mio Ik frioua
1 ritlZB of 2,U 0 1 25.00
2 PRIZ 8 of iii,u 0 are- 2 ,W
6 1'KIZrHof 0.4MX mo 25.0
25 PR Zf.S of l.OOii nr . 2.0W
100 PKI.K- of 6u0 aro 6u
2 u Hit Zl-a ol iiato..M imO
UK PltlZf nl a ure 1U0.0M
KX) Prlr.es or $5iu uppioxIrualiuK to
W'U.iWt. Pilze arn BO.OW
10) PrlztN or 80 npproxlinailng to
- JtOO.Ouoi'ilzeaie 30,009
100 Prls-s ol S.'OO njiproxlmallug to
t60,m Prlr.e me M,0M
1,000 PrlKOH of SUM decided by $300,089
Prise lire 100,6Q
1,000 Prizes o' 3 OU decided by $101,000
Pilze are 100,090
3.180 Prljjpfl -mounting to .4JI.no5.nc8
Kur Club H uc, or any turihcr Info matloa,
npp'y loilieunneulgned oiirlmndwiillug
iiiuhi be dlxlli.ct and nlnnlnre pmln. Mors
rapid return mull delivery will be us mod br
yonr eno olng on envelope bearing your full
fend Postal No'e, Express Money Orders,
or New York Exchange lu ordinary letter.
Currency by Jxpre&a (nt our ezpeuae) ad-
M. A. DAUPHIN, ew Orloana, ln
Or M. A. DAUPHIN, Wauhlhston, D. O.
Address Registered fiettera to N
NEW ORUiANB JN-AXIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, 1a,
9B!hvM.1MMgJLMlha(d,tbe nresenee ot
lTG IIB G m D 6 1 Oeuerals Uenurgar(l
and Early, who are lu charge of thedrawlBgi,
Is a gnurant" of absolute jalrneae anu-Integrity,
that the chances are all equal, and that
noonecan possibly divine what numbem will
draw a Prise. , ., t
RKMK4BEK that Four National Banks
gnarantee the pttyiaeutof Prlfemttnn that aH
tickets rxar the signature ot the President
of.aa iBstltutliri, whose-lrancblsetiaireebg-alaed
in the highest.' Oourte;the refers; Beware
ot any Imitations oranonynaouincbemox.
I I Tl. 1 ii i i '
Close Our House
wuuuiiiuui h a
Bargains in evory depart"
ment until that time. Every
body invited to call.
W. W. HOLTON.
Or O J? O
G. S. HANCOCK,
So. 19 Market otreet, Mayavllle, Ky., for good
nd elieap 7
Groceries and Produce,
md everything aiaally Kent la a arst-ilaM
retail grooary. Cash or trade fofprndaee,!
"Uoneet wetght and square deallug.
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