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' will make a more substan
tial present than an elegant
Overcoat? What will be more
appreciated? And when you
consider the low price we have
put on them, what can you buy
for less money that will please
so well ?
$ 5 00 OVERCOATS $ 2 00
8 00 OVERCOATS 4 50
10 00 OVERCOATS 0 00
14 00 OVERCOATS 0 00
20 00 DO (Satin-Lined) 14 00
25 00 DO (Satin-Lined) 17 50
Our vast business is the envy of all
all would-be leaders. We expect to see
RED CORNER CLOTHING HOUSE.
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosser & McCarthy,
RATES OF BUBHOR1PTION.
The Daily Bulletin will be delivered to
any part of the city at a oenU a week, or one
year for $3.
The Dailt Bulletin to any postoffloe in
the United States, postage prepaid, at twentv
five cents per month or three dollar per iear.
SATURDAY EVEN'G, DEO., 17, 1887.
Louisvillb seems to be growing right
along. Her latest assessment amounts to
$69,000,000, an increase of $3,000,000 in
the past year.
The newB from Washington Oity is
that Dakota, Washington, Montana and
possibly Utah will be admitted as States
at the present session of Congress. They
are not to have anything to do in the
choice of President, however, until 1892.
In the case of the Farmera' National
Bank of Cynthiana against the sureties of
the late Paul Kinj; cashier of the bank,
which has been on trial before the Court
of Common Pleas at Paris for the past
week, the jury disagreed. Ten of the
jurors were in favor of rendering a ver-
dictin favor of the plaintiff for $3,500 and
two for $800. The suit was brought to
recover $9,500. King suicided when he
saw that his embezzlement would be
Rkt. M. W. Queen's lecturo in the
Christian Church Thursday night was
instructive and interesting throughout.
The speaker gave a very complete talk
on Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania
the people, their system of government,
schools, railroads, telegraphs &c. Mr.
Green is engaged in raising a fund to es
tablish a bible college for the Christian
Church at Adelaide. So far he has
secured about $3,500. He left yesterday
At Nicholasville, Judge W. H. Phillips
aud Sheriff George B .Mosoley Thursday
issued and signed certificates of election
to W. T. Jones, Democratic candi late
for Representative over Jerome A.
Sparks, Republican. The Clerk of the
County Court, R. S. Perry, declined to
give hia certificate .as Clerk and member
of the Comparing Board because of the
theft of the poll books of precinct No. 1,
Nicholasville, and No. 5, Plaquimine.
Jerome A. Sparks, who alleges forgery of
120 names in Plaquimine precinct, will
contest the election. The Green-Baldwin
tragedy grow out of a discussion of the
above election troubles.
Brown's Little Joke.
"Wby, Brown bow sbort your coat is,"
said Jones ono day to his (riond Brown,
who wittily replied: " Yes; bat it will bo
loop enough before I will get another."
Some men spend so much for medicino
thai neither iioal nor help them, that new
clothes is with them like angels' visits
few aud far between. Internal fevers,
weakness of the lungs, shortness of the
breath and lingering doughs, soon yield
to the magic influence of that royal rem
edy, Dr. R V. Pierce's " Golden Medical
At Georgetown, Ohio, Mollio Fatton
vras given judgment for $2,000 in a suit
against Charlie Pilzer for breach of
Tho former propiator of Dr. Suge'a
Catarrh Remody, for years made a stand
ing, public offer in all American news
papers of $500 reward for ens of
catarrh that he could not euro. Tho pres
ent proprietors havo renewed this offor.
All th druggists sell this remedy, to
gether with the "Douche," and all other
applicants advised to be used in connec
tion with it. No catarrh patient in longer
bla to say " I cannot be cured." Yon
get $500 in cam of failure.
U I T3-"Our stock s vcrv
largo, and we -are going to
have it reduced before January
1st, so we will give you an op
portunity of purchasing onefor
Christmas at unheard-of prices
before we inaugurate this dos
$ 6 00 SUITS $ 2 50
8 OO SUITS 4 00
10 OO SUITS 6 00
13 OO SUITS 0 00
18 OO SUITS 11 00
20 OO SUITS 16 00
25 OO SUITS 18 00
is making his home with us this season, and if the little folks
direct their letter to him "in care of A. J". McDOUGLE" he
will be sure to answer them. The largest and finest display of
Christmas Goods ever brought to Mayaville. Bead a few of
our bargains and you will be sure to come to us when buying
Christmas presents :
Elegant Plush Sets at from $1 to 30.00 ; Albums at from
25 cents up to $15 a splendid drive of Plush Albums at $2.50
big bargains ; Illustrated Books for the little folks ; a Book
equal to the English Chatterbox
stock, at from 1 cent to $5.00 ; Toys and Toy Books ; a fine
stock of the loveliest Christmas Cards ever seen. We invite
inspection. Come early to get first cheice.
A J. McDOUGLE
WANTED By a sober and Industrious
man, a position on a farm. Has Ave
boys large enough to cultivate tobacco. Ad
dress or apply to this office.
FOR BALE My one and one-half story
bouse on Forest nvonuo s x rooms, col
lar, cistern, 4a, complete. Also furniture
ami kitchen utensils. Also corner lot In
Clifton. As I lnteud to move to California,
the above will be Bold at a bargain.
lSdflt W.G. SANBORN, Forest avenue.
IJiOR SALE A one-Hlory frame house, two
' rooms and a kitchen, hi united on theleast
end of Grant street, Lot .'13x1 5U feet, Applv
to JAMES PURNELL, at Purnell, Wallace &
FOR RENT The old Goddard (louse, oor
uerof Mnrket And Front, also saloon now
occupied by N. Golleustleu. Full poises?! u
January 1st, 188.S. Apply to
d!2dtf WALL & WORTHINGTON.
LOST Monday, December 12th. In this city,
pair ol bye-glasses gold rimmed. Re
ward of tl paid for return of same t MOaKi
LOUT Last Monday In Chester, a lady's
black "honoy.comb" shawl, with two
narrow white stripes Kinder will please
leave at L. HILL'S grocery. Hdtt
EBTRAY NOTIOE-Blrayod from my home
near Dexter, a red-unU-wlilte-Hpot ted calf,
about eighteen month sold. Finder will please
notify me. HENRY GIBBS,
dl6d&wlt Kern Leaf, Ky.
8100 to 8300 a month can be made work
ln for us. A genta preferred who can furnish
their own horsea and give their wbolo time to
the business. Spare moments may be profit
ably employed also. A few vacancies In
town and cities. B. F. JOHNBON & CO.,
1009 Main street, Richmond, Va.
KENTUCKY : TELEPHONE : COMPANY
Has connection with tho following plaeea
HfsyaTllIe. Holeaa, MU llTt,
Offloe In Maygvllla-Brownlne ACo.' Dry
Qoodt Store, No. 2 aat Beoond reU
Neighbors and friends greet
each other with "A Merry
Christmas" and all are on good
terms. We smile, too, at the
bar of public opinion; we smile
because we know we have an
unbeaten record. We want
trade, and we adopt the right
means to get itby placing high
quality goods before our pa
trons at most seductive prices.
would-be competitors, and we now stand as The Leader of
you all before the first of January, 1888.
at only 50 cents ; Dolls, large
J. T. Kackley),
He it ordained by the Board of Oouncilmen of
the City of Mayaville, That an elsctlou be held
In said olty on Mouday, tbo 2nd day of Jan
uary, 1888, for tho election of Mayor, Ave
Uounellmon, one from each ward, Marshal,
Collector and Trrasurer, Wood and Coal In
spector, Clerk, Wharmaster and Assewior for
Be it further ordained, That polls bo opened
In said city lor said election at 8 o'clook a. m,
and close at 6 o'clock p. m., at the following
places on the said day, allowing the Inspec
tors ono hour for dinner; and the following
persons are appointed lnspeclorHOf suld elec
First Ward Jacob Outen's shop Inspec
tors: Byron Rudy, Joseph Lowry, John W.
Second Ward Jns. Redmond's oiK.tr store
Inspectors: A.Worlck.JuhuT. Pr.er, Lewis
Third Ward C. Altmeyer's shop Inspec
tor: C. L Sill lee, Robert K. Metcalfe, R. G.
Font tli Ward Wm. Cooper's shop Inspec
tors: John Moot e, 8. It i'owell, Charles G,
Filth Wanl-Colllus & Rudy' ntllce-Iic
spectors: W. H. Haney, W. II. Walllugford.
Buld officers of olectjon aro directed to hold
said election In their respective wards, and
make return thereof according to law.
A copy, attest :
HARRY TAYLOR, City Clerk.
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 the holder to a chance given for every dollar's worth of goods pur
chased -$1, ono ticket; 5, fiv ticket, &c. Should the holder of the luoky ticket prefer to
have the Diamonds mounted in any other articles of Jewelry Lace Pins, Combination Rings,
Studs, Pins, Bracelets, &c, it will ho done without charge,
this department you can
select just what you want. We
have everything, and if you can
not make up your mind what
to buy come and look through
our very complete stock of Silk
and Worsted Mufflers, Collar
and Cuff Boxes, Neckwear, all
latest designs, Collars and Cuffs,
Suspenders, Hosiery, Handker
chiefs, Trunks, Valises, Hats,
Fur Caps and a thousand things
we have not room to mention.
. REMARKABLY CHEAP !
UiMnveDruierc t ,o..
line of Children's, Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchiefs over offered for sale in our
city. Bordered 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 tjilka at remarkably low prices; All
Wool Henrietta Cloths, Serges, Tricots and various other goods, with tho newest
Trimmlnca to match, which I am offering at greatly reduced prices.
HOSIERY A full line of Ladles' and Misses' Wool and Collon Hose cheaper
.SILK UMBRELLAS The greatest bargains in Silk Umbrellas, with
Gold He tds, 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, Mon'a
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 S cents ; good Calico at 4 cents ; best Calicoes at
In order to make my store attractive during the holidays, I have on exhibitioa
various fancy article, viz: Embroidered Lambrequins, Tidys, Fancv Table Scarfs
and Piano Covers.
CLOAKS I will offer at Cost my entire line of Cloaks, comprising Jackets,
Short Wraps, Astrachan and Plush Dolmans, of the latest styles. Icordially invito
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'S,
QUE-DOOR BELOW THE POSTOFFICE.
At very close juices. Examine our stock bejore buying.
In oub-half and one pound boxes, at IS cents per pound.
CHENOWETH & DIMMIT! Druggists.
Wo aro too busy to writo muoh.
Como and soo two thousand pounds
of CANDY in ono window, whioh
goos for lOo. No tablo is oomploto
without our flue Now York Croam
Choose, at threo pounds for 60 ots.
nnd "Whiskey Bab
H cured at homo with
out pain. Book of par
ticulars Bent FREE.
mWflTiTTliiiinwr--TilI-T- U. M.WOOLLBY, M.D.
V Atlanta, Uu. Office CStf Whitehall SU
and CHILDREN'S-. Wo
were always known to lead ia
this line, jind this season haye
had an exceptionally excellent
line. We still have quite a
select line of fine Cassimere and
Jersey Suits and Overcoats.
We have, without question, the
most excellent and nobbiest line
of these goods ever shown in
this market, and, mothers, wo
know'it uill delight you to see
i, i.Mno( u....i. i i i.i
TOYS . TOYg
MIHS ANNIE M. FRAZAR respectfully In
vllJS5Ah? l)UVU? to call and examine horstook
SJ T.S.annd X-MAB GOODS; also a lull line
of Millinery Goods and Notions always on
&ViL lta0 cheapest place In tho city to buy
The firm of Hmlther A Bnlloctr. heretofore
exlstlnq, has been dissolved by mutual con
neut, Mr. Bullock retiring. All knowluc
theruHOlvw) Indebted to tho said Arm will call
and nettle. Frank Purnell, u young man of
this city, line succeeded Mr. Bullock, nnd tho
business will be curried on at the name place,
under the firm nqrue of SMITHEK & P HI
INTKN DING ADVKRTiavKH'ftuoald nd
drew GEO. P. KOWELL A CO., 10 BprSoe
street, New York pity, for bolect list of 1,000
newspapers, will he sent hvonnnpnlleatlon.