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CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
Don't forget it ; and with it lots of cold weather, and at our present prices you can well afford to buy Good, Heavy
Suits, Overcoats and Underwear,
and FUR CAPS. This also is the accepted time to make your purchases for presents, as you will find better stock to select
from than you can expect to find later. What would be more acceptable to Father, Brother, Friend or Lover than an
elegant Silk or Worsted Muffler, Silk Umbrella (Gold or Silver handle), an elegant pair of Gloves, Ties, Handkerchiefs
Hosiery, &c? Of all these things our stock is now very full and complete, as we are showing all the latest novelties in
the market. Don't fail to give our stock inspection.
LOUIS ZECH ( CO,
DAILY EYEMG BULLETIN,
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosser & McCarthy,
RATES OF BUBHOR1PTION.
Tux Daily Bollktik will bo delivered to
any part of tho city at 6 cents a week, or on
year for 8S.
Thk Daily Bulletin to any postoflloe in
tbe United States, postage prepaid, at twenty
flve cent per month or three dollars per year.
SATURDAY EVEN'G. DEO., 3, 1887.
Mr. A. Worick ia announced to-day aa
a candidate for Councilman from the
Second ward. He has been a citizen of
Maysville for years, and is in every way
worthy of a hearty support at the polls.
Tub announcement of Mr. John Heieor
as a candidate for re-election to the Gity
Council from the Third ward appears
elsewhere. He has served as Council
man at different times in the past, and
was elected some months ago without op
position to All the unexpired term of W.
H. Yancey. He is well fitted to discharge
the duties of the office, and his many
friends will accord him a warm support
.at the polls in January.
'Squire K. F. Shaw and wife, of Ripley, were
In town Fildny.
8. M. Hudson Is on his way with two bar
r. M. Mndlgnn fouud a fcmall key In front
nf Bradford's store. Owi.er can have same by
calling on him.
Wm. Bricker. who has been In the Kanawha
Valley, will arrive at home shortly. Wily
has been uwny thr mouths.
Mis. Helanor Jenkins, a former old resident
ol Uaysvllle, latterly of Aberdeen died mes
day morning, Nov. ii9tb. and was burled Jn
Charter Oak Coaetery Wednesday uvenlfw,
The High Hchool closed nt noon Friday,
Professor L,awwill (viMtlng the other rooms
on a tour of examination, and preparation of
' exercises. -
Proleasor Lawwlll has engagod tho serTlces
of J. E. Binillord, an experienced penman,
to Rive two lessons per week in pouinaoihlp
to tbe nigh Hchool pupils.
Opt. l'om lieasley, of the Gretna Groon,
f passed his Wrd mile post In the Journey of
Ifo, o'i Thursday, Dee. 1st. Tom has hosts of
Mends who wish him another flftr-three
years of life. He is a cour.eons, accomodat
Ing gentleman, one who Is always wlllluy to
extend favors, and It Is positively safe to ny
that he In known and liked by all the young
folks, In whom he takes great Interest.
Tbe following officers were elected at the
rgnlar meeting of Gretna Green Lodge No.
w. k. ot i:
P. C.-C B. Button.
C. C.-D. M. King.
V. C T. J. Hutton,
Prelate J. O. Brookover.
M.ofK.-Wra. N. Campbell.
M. or r. Go-.. Deltrlch.
K. of R. and;8.-U. W. Hchlltz
it. at A.-Marlon Wilson.
Tru.tees Q. W. Schllte. R. Helms, J. W.
Re resentatlve to Grand Lodge Robert
On compositions this week, wo notloe
among the best are thoxoollra Hjtts, Arthur
Hudson, Dlda Howard, Haliie Mldghall,
Lutle Wood, Mary Reldle, Blanche ReldU
bet on "Thanksgiving." In deportment,
credit is due Anna Wheeler, Tlllle Ellis, Wil
lie KnK The list below are the words spel
led dlaorltloally this week:
Prejudice, angnr, clerical, roguish, roscuo,
sacrifice, microscope, gaseous, furlough, aus
pice, gorgeous, cynical, ancestry, cboler, de
ceitful, presbyter, region, etiquette, corpse,
aldlne. marqu", equlpolso, fiercest, foreigner,
musician, forgeries, suburbs, meagor.Jourual,
cellcd,'i)urlesqne, macaroni, rcalene, heroism,
placard, lawsuit, globular, ma'io'ous, Illicit.
AllKHDERN LETTBIt LIST.
Letters remaining In thep-stoHl03at Aber
deen, Ohio, noveinoerj, isw:
Uusohinan. J. C.
Caldwell, it F.
Flaugher, David F.
Housh. J. H.
Ilousb, L. II.
Randolph, C. M.
Tucket, J no.
Steveuson, F. M, (2)
Scott, H F.
Wilson, M. 8.
Persons calling tor the above wll 1 please say
advertised. J. W. Guthrie. P. M,
Lifo in the Paris Sowers,
is passible, for a short timo to tbe robust,
but the majority of refined persons would
prefer immediate death to existence in
their reeking atmosphere. Hovr much
more revolting to be in one's self a living
sewer. But this is actually tho caso with
those in whom th inactivity of tbe liver
drives the refuse mattor of tho body to
scape through tho lungs, breath, the
pores, kidneys and bladder. It is aston
fahinj that life romains in such a dwell
ing. Dr. Pierae's "Golden Medical Difl.
eovery" restores normal purity to tbe
ijetem and reaewa tbe whole being.
Corner Clothing House
WANTKD-24,009 live turkeys. Highest
market price paid,
d&wlmnl F. H.TRAXELACO.
FOR BALK OR RENT The desirable resi
dence now oconpled by Mr Banvary
the south side of Hast Fourth street; on easy
terras ; possession given October lit.
sl3dtf CHARLES PHI6TKR.
FOUND This morning on Second street, a
lanre door kev. A pply at this office.
jWUMD-A sum ol money. Apply to L.
? RUBER. d3d2t
Contagious Blood Poison.
Jtr. D. n. Adama, Union, South Carolina,
writes : " I was afflicted with a terrible cose
of blood poison for about thirteen months. I
was treated by tho best physicians, and used
various kinds of remedies, but received no
substantial relief. I finally tried tho Swift
Specific, and about four bottles cared me
hound and well."
Col. 11. II. Klcncr, editor end proprietor of
tho Opelllca, Ala., Times, uniler date of
August 3, 18S7, writes: "When I was
a young man, through Indiscretion, I con
tracted a dlsoosa which has stuck to
mo for j cars. Some flvo or six years
slnco I was troubled with pains, so as to
make It dimcult for me to walk. Having
advertised tho S. 8. Si. In my japer fomeveral
years, I concluded I would try it to see If
thcro was any efflcacy In tho medicine. I
commenced using it according to directions
and used half dozen bottles. I was once at a
way station and, getting left, I walked the
sorun miles and have lienor felt any return
of tho old malady. After experiencing tho
good effects I must fay I am satisfied with
tho result, t am sixty-eight j ears of age and
I feel now UUo a young man and can go to
the caso whenneocssary and set up from six
to eight thousand cms without any Incon
venience. I send you this without sollclta-
Mr. F.Wooh1,211 Forth Avenue, Chicago,
under dato of Juno 12; 1887. writes : "I deem
It my duty totuank jou for tho euro I re
ceived from your cxoollent medicine I con
tracted a very boveio case of blood poison
ing obout two years ago. Hearing of your
medicine, I went to a drug store, tho pro
prletor of which persuaded mo to buy n
preparation of his own, which he said was
a sura cure. I used six bottles of his stuff
and grew worse all tho time. At last I cot
disgusted and despaired of a cure. I mot a
friend who told mo that jour mcdlolnohad
cured him. I went to the same druggist
again nnd demanded your medicine. He re
luctantly sold roo twelve bottles, and I am
now perfectly cured. I write this for the
benefit of sutTerers, to prevent their being
deceived by false representations. I thank
you again for the benetlt derived from your
medicine." . ....
Dr. J. N. Cheney, a prominent physician,
residing In Ellnvllto, Schley County, Georgia,
inn letter recounting tho Infallible success
ho has In curing contagious blood poison
cases in his extensive practice, writes:
"Those who know tho almost Inevitable,
permanently dangerous effects of mercury
will welcome your discovery of 8. B. 8. as a
boon to humanity. The medical profession,
always wary of proprietary medicines, is
coming slowly. nnd in some cases secretly,
to the use of B. a. S. in cases of blood dfs
order. Of course a medicine that cures
poisoning In Its worst form must puslfy the
blood of every disorder.". . . nj
Treatise on Blood and SktnDIseasesmallod
free. Tun Bwrrr Brxctnq Co.,
Drawer 8, Atlanta, Oa.
Be ft ordained by the Board of Oouncilmen of
me luv of MUVSVU14, rnai an election oe neiu
In said cliy on Monday, the 2nd day of Jan
uary, 1888, lor lh election of Mayor, five
OuUucllmen, oue from each ward, Marshal,
Collector snd Trasarf-r, Wood and Coal In
spector, Clerk, Wharfmaaler.tnd Assebsurfor
Bt it further ordained, Thai polls io opened
in said clly lor said election at H o'clock n. m,
and close at 6 o'clook n. m . at the tollowlna
plHcesou the said day, allow tig the inspec
'tors oue hour fur dinner; and the followlns
persons are appolntod inspectors of said elec
I lion, viz:
first waru jacoo uuieivs snop inspec
tor: Byron Rudy, Joseph Low 'y, John W.
ftecond Ward .Ms. Redmond's cigar store
Inspectors: A. Worick, John T. Pur or, Lewis
l'lilid Ward I'. Altmoyer's shop Inspec
tion): C. L Uul.ee, Robert F. Metcalfe, R. G.
Fouith Ward Wm. Cooper'H shop Inspec
tors: John Moore, H. R Powell, Charles G.
Filth Ward-Collins &. Rudy's ofllce-In.
spectora : W. H. Hauey, W. H. Walliugford.
Bald oflioers of election are directed to bold
said election In their respective wards, and
make return thereof according to law.
A copy, attest :
HARRY TAYLOR. City Clerk.
$6 a Daya Gold iiHine
for Agents. Grandest Money Making Busi
ness ever offered. A golden harvest for tbe
next two months. 970 per mHth autcl
Expense to active men to sell our goods.
No capital required. Ho peddling. Bamplo
case of goods and valuable Information and
full particulars FREK. No humbug; wo
mennlustwhat wosay. Address at onoa
STANDARD BIXViRWARE CO., Boston
$le to fte a month can beToade work
Inicforus. AgenU preferred who can furnish
their own horses and give theirwholo time to
the bnslnes. Spare momenta may be profit
ably employed also. A few vacancies in
towns and cities. U. F. JOnNHON & CO.,
1009 Main street, Richmond, Ya.
We are anthorired to announce that
W. O. PKLHAM Is a candidate for the offlee
of Mayor at tho January election, 1888.
We aro authorised to annonnoe that K. E.
PEARCE, JR., Is a candidate tor re-oloctlea
to tho offloe of Mayor at the January elec
tion, 1888. '
FOB TRKAStJRBK AKD O0T.LHOTOK.
We are authorised to aanounoe tkat 7. U.
TRAXBL is a candidate for Collector and
Treasurer at tbe olty election to be held the
first Monday In January, Hit.
We are authorised to anaowneo that O. B.
LEACH is a eandldate for re-elMtion t tbe
offlce of Collector and Treasarerjat the Janu
ary election, ir&
We are authorised 'to announce A0BTKJ
HOLUEH as a eaadlaate for Collector a4
Treasurer at the January election, 1188.
We are antherlsed to announce tkat W. B.
DAWSON Is a candidate for the oflloe f City
Uarskal.attheJaauary electloa. ItH.
We are authorized to anaannce that JAMIC5
HIFLIN Is a candidate for re-eleotlen t the
oflloe of City Marshal at tbe January elocllen,
We are authorized to annonnoe O. M. PH18
TER an a candidate forreloetlon tetbeelHee
of Wharfinaster at the January election, 186.
FOK WOOD AND COAL INSPKCTOH.
We are authorized to announco C. T.
KNEKRKAtt as a candidate for Wood and
Coal Inspector at tho Jnnunry election, 18SS.
We aro authorized to announce JOHN
MANAGAN as a candidate for Councilman
from tbe Find, ward at the January election,
We unauthorized to announce A.WORICK
as a candidate lor Councilman Morn tho
.Second ward at, the Jnnuaiy election, 1888,
We are authorized to announce WILLIAM
C.8HACK.LEF)RDas a candidate for Coun
cilman from tho Second jvard at tbe January
We aie authorized to announco K. A.
RODINtiON as a candidate for Councilman
f'otn the Third ward at the January election,
We aro nuthoilzed to announce JOHN
HKIBER as a candidato for re-election us a
member of tho City Council from tho Tnlrd
ward at the January election, 188S.
We are authorized to announce ROBERT
FICKLIN as a candidate for Councilman from
the Fourth ward at tbe January election, 1888.
Woareauthorlzed to announce that JAMES
HENDRIXSON Is a candidato for ro-electlon
as a member of tho City Council from the
Fifth ward at the January election ..188K.
We are authorised to announce JOHN W.
ALEXANDER as a candidate for Sheriff at
the August election, 1888, subject tothoaotlon
of tbe Deiuocratlo party.
Christmas I Christmas !
Money saved Is money made! Lo k what
you can buy at L. HILL'S, corner Third and
Limestone streets :
8 pouuds Standard Tomatoes ..10
1 pound choice new Radius.. ..1S
1 pound best Layer Raisins....... ...15
2 pounds best Seedless Rnl8lnH... 25
3 pounds best new Currants. .............16
1 pound new Leghorn Citron .25
2 pounds new English Walnuts. S6
3 pounds bost Apple Butter .....25
2 pounds cholco Mince Meat. 16
1 pound Malaga Grapes 16
1 dozen large, sweet Florida Oranges .J10
1 callon pure, swoet, Crab Cider CO
1 can good, sweet Corn. ,...: .10
1 can good linking Powder. .....:.15
I doson large Plokles ., 6
1 gallon beat Saner Kraut 2fi
1 can flue, fresh Oysters ..JO
10 bam good Soap ...35
2 pounds new, Mixed Nuts. ....V
1 pound good Roasted Coffee. 5
i pounds choice new Rloe 25
1 gallon best Coal Oil 10
1 pound best Htlck Candy ....10
3 caps genuine Imported Poas....... 10
Pruaest Prunes! Prunes! New only ft eta.
per pound. L. HILL,
Originator of Low Prlcee.
INTENDING ADVERTISERS hhould ad
"dress GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., 10 Spruce
street. New York City, for select list of 1,(4)0
newspapers. Will be sent treo on application.
J. Ballenger, the Jeweler,
Will, on January 31, 1888, present to some one of his customers a pair of Elegant Sol
itaire Diamond Eardrops worth
A numbered ticket entitling tho holder to a chance given for every dollar's worth of goods pur
chased $1, ono ticket; $6, fiv tickets, &c. Should tho holdor of the lucky ticket prefer t
have the Diamonds mounted in any other articles of Jewelry Lace Pin?, Combination Rings,'
Studs, Pins, Bracelets, &c, it will be done without charge.
HANDKERCHIEFS I have the largest, cheapest and most complete
line of Children's, Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchiefs ever offered for sale in or
ity. Fordered Handkerchiefs at 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 cents, up to 50 cents. An elegant
line of Ladies' Handsomely Embroidered Handkerchiefs at 'very low prices.
DRESS GOODS Black and Colored tiilks at remarkably low prices; Al
Wool Henrietta Cloths, Serges, Tricots and various other poods, with the newest
Trimmings to match, which I am offering at greatly reduced prices.
HOSIERY A fall line of LadicB' and Misses' Wool and Cotton Hose cheaper
SILK UMBRELLAS The greatest bargains in Silk Umbrellas, witk
Gold He-ids, for Ladies and Gents, nice for Christmas presents; call and see them.
I have also a large and cheap stock of Underwear, Flannels, Blankets and Men's
Gloves of every description, at the lowest price. A good assortment of Linen Tow
els, Table Linens and Napkins; Ginghams and Domestics at equally low prices.;
good, yard-wide Brown Cotton at 5 cents ; good Calico at 4 sents ; best Calicoes ts
In order to make my store attractive during the holidays, I have on exhibitioa
various fancy articles, viz: Embroidered Lainbreqains, Tidys, Fancy Table Scarfs
and Piano Covers.
CLOAKS I will offer at Cost my entire line of Cloaks, comprising Jacket,
Short Wraps, Astrachan and Plush Dolmans, of tho latest styles. I cordially inviw
the ladies to call and examine my stock, and get the full benefit of my holiday pri
ces. Don't miss the bargains at
M. B. McKRELL'Ss
ONE DOOR BELOW THE FOSTOFFICE.
Life, Fire, Accident
Marine and Tornado.
The companies rep' evented by the under
signed lniuro at reasonable rates all Insurable
property against losu or damaee by Fire,
Lightning or Wind. Any amount of Insur
ance placed ou desirable risks, In
Wkhtkrn, of Toronto, Canada;
Agricultural, of Watertowu, N. Y.:
Kknton, of Covington, Ky.;
Boath Art's, of Pltttbuig, Pa ,
and the world renowned "Tkavklers" Life
and Accldeut, of Hartford, Conn. These
companies have all complied with the law,
and are anthorlzed to do business In Ken
tucky. W. .R WARDER, Agent.
d3d6m Court Street, Maysville.
A f.lAJf D. C'OIiE,
will practice in the courts of Mason and ad
lolnlng counties, the Superior Court and
Court of Appeals. Bpeotal attention given to
Collections and to Real Estate. Court street,
I have opened a Grocery on Becond street,
one door below the opera house, where I will
constantly keep a full line of Groceries of the
very best quality, and sell them at tho LOW
EST PRICEH. Everything
NEW AKD FRESH,
and ml weights given in all enscs. I Invite
Everybody to give me a call nnd save money.
earl will pay the highest market price for
Uutter. Egjis, Vegetables, Ac, elthor in cash
or trade. Don't fall to call,
rel5-0m G. A. MoCARTHEY.
Offick: Third street, west of Market, next
door to Dr. James Hhackleford's.
rR. W. II. ANWEHSON,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
I'fUoo at itrn "lore
Alii A WOItTIIINGlON,
OABBXTT B. WAXL,
X. U WORTXnWQTOH
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
Will practice In all courts In Masoa and ad
fining counties and In the Superior Court
nnd Court ol Appeals. All collections given
nrompt attention. novHdikw
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Has connection with the following places
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Goods Store, No, 2 East Second street.
-M-ISN AXKA K. FRAZAR,
37 Second street, dealer In
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MILLINERY,
School Supplies, etc. Call and oxamlno ray
new line ot Fall and Winter Goods.
its cured at home wltn
oat pain. Book of par
ticulars sent fKXK,
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