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It's a Pleasure to Give Away Such Goods
as ours, and loads ofgiffcs have been leaving our store for the past week. We have received fresh supplies and are again
displaying the grandest line of HOLIDAY GOODS in the city. We have a very large line of people-pleasers, and pric'es
that bring good cheer. Remember that our Winter Covering, from head to foot, is on sale, to be closed out, and will go at
Prices Tliat Oaitolti. iflbte Trade;
Come at once and secure a useTul and gratifying Present for yourself or friend. We have fresh lines of Silk and Wool
Mufflers, Silk Umbrellas, Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Suits, Overcoats, &c, from
which you can easily select a satisfactory gift for yourself or friend, Come as early as you can, and take your time in
looking through our mammoth stock.
HiOXJIS ZECH & CO.
RED CORNER CLOTHING HOUSE.
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
ROS8ER ft McCarthy,
SATULRPAX EYEN'0, JDEO,, 24, 1887.
H. A. Wood, of Cincinnati, will visit Aber
deen friends next week.
There is minor of a stand concert to be
given here in a few weeks.
Master LoeHlramonseutertalucd bis young '
friends last Tuesday evealnt;.
Professor Law will and wife will rustlcato in
Utfial city ( California, O., during the boll-i
JIIm Cnry, of Ripley, wbo bas been vlsltlnc
ibo family of Wm. Hood for the past two
weeks, will remain until after the holidays, i
As the prosecuting witness did not mater
ialize In (be Hibcrt case It was posponed until '
the next teraa of court at Georgetown Tues
Captain Win Kills has been filling a good
aoraberof coal bouses in the past week. The
Captain Is a fln-t-clas coal man and handles
a good artlele. i
0. S.and Frank Hlbbulds, two younc busi
ness men of Cincinnati, formerly of this'
place, have returned home after a short vl-.lt
to their paronU here. '
A bride may bo robed In yellow und stand
with her bridegroom iu a yellow bower, and
all of that, and even be married by a minister
with the yellow jaundice, but no amouut of
decorations will preveuttlielrBreennesscrop.
ping out at the first hotel they put up at.
The drug store has been doing abashing
business this week in i hristmas novelties
just foi the leabon they keep the largest it ml
best line ol noods from which to select a pres
ent, for either your sweetheart, wife, fi lends
or anybody else. They still have a laige
asortmut lor their New Years' trade. i
Johnny denies the csherllon that he is in
love. That muy be, but we happened to see
his slate the othor day and what we read
thereon would Indicate some kind of holu-l
clnatlon sweet an empty sugsr hogshead,
was uo comparison. And then you can al-
nan unmllmpi loll that sntlniia snenk lunder i
than words, those long deep sighs that reach
es down to ajinans'sboe soles, mean disturbed
peace oi miuu. .
'Hqulre BeaMey has been making splices,
rUibtaud left this week, all s iris and hIzcs,
but the 'riqulre don't luve to wait for the
holidays to enjoy a matrimonial boom, ha
has. one every year aud it lasts about four
hundred days. Now 'rtqulre, a merry Christ
mas to you, ii ud many happy receptions aud
enay you marry three fold tha couples next
year you have the past.
The teafllmm lulhe public schools here were
all the recipients of handsome presents from
their scholar at the close of school Wednes
day. The leacbero treuted all their sen lars
royaly last Wcduaday evening. The reason
the hohools closed on Wednesday for the
holidays was because the board granted them
an extra day, they making up the other one
by teaahlng on Illrthlngton's washday-we
mean Washington's birthday, which Is al
ways granted to leaohsis.
Dr. Bratt has opened a dental loom at bis
place on Hecond street, opposite Turnlpseed's
meat store, it will give him pleasure to serve
those who are desirous ot his p"ofesloual
skill (If it don't the patient). The Doctor Is
classed as a No. 1 dentist, a, id should receive
a share of the patronage. Nm.iikLi
Entertainment at Christian Church.
At an early honr lust night the Chris
tian Church whs packed gallery and all,
with nn expectant crowd which had as
Simhled to witness " Santa Claus' Mil
take," given by the Sunduy Bchool chil
dren. It was finely rendered, the singing
being especially fine. Great credit is due
Mrs. Lena Nolin for her patience in
training the children. After the exercisos
the Sunday school children were invited
to the basement whore an enjoyable
time was had around the tables loaded
with candies, nuts, .fruits, etc, for th
scholars. About 0 o'clock all went home
expressing tkemselves delighted with the j
WeHBrs. George ond Jamie Barbour are
home fromo Central University at Rich
What the Republican editor wants for
a Christmas gut: More Drains and less
cheek. Bucket Snor.
,'JL'hQ former propietor of Dr. Sage's
Atarrh Remedy, for years made a stand
ing, public offer in all American news
papers of $500 reward for a case of
tarrh that he could not euro. Tho pres
ent proprietors have renewed this offer.
All the 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 Is longer
able to sy " I cannot be cured." You
get f00 in ewe of failure.
o. v Millar & Oo 'a Christmas Gift I
In appreciation of the favors to us in
the way of trade since we opened oar
flour store in Maysville, we desire to re
taliate by making a Special offer to the
people for the holiday week. We will
hold, our present low prices through the
holidays regardless of markets. We have
distributed ntar sir hundred barrels of
the "Big F." and "Golden Grain,"
brands, and we are proud to say that we
have not a single complaint. This fact
urges us to saaka this offer as an adver
tisement that we may placq as many
We ask tho people to consider our offer
well, as in anticipation of further ad
vance in flour after January 1st., we offer
decided bargains for Christmas Rifts.
Give us your order and we will use the
wires if our stock is low. Come in and
see us. We have come to stay. Look
for the sign, " Big F."
F. B. Millkr & Co.
UftCbz Davk Wood, Manager.
The annual meeting of the Mason
County Building and Saving Association
takes place on December 31st, 1887, at 7
o'clock p. m., at the council chamber.
All members are jequested to be present.
M. 0. Russkll, Secretary.
Oandies and California Fruit. '
A. Bona & Co. have opened their Cali
fornia fruit store and confectionery in '
rooms adjoining McDougle's book store. '
Choicest fruits, candies and nuts always
Pine apple hams, first of the season,
for salo only at Geo. H. Heiser's. d20dlm
Come early and have your life-size por
trait made, Makes a valuable Christmas
present. Kackley's gallery.
The lateBt styles of wall paper and ceil
ing decorations, at J. CPecor & Co.'e
drug and book store.
D. Hunt & Son are offering great bar
gains in dry goods and cloaks. A rare
opportunity for a genuine bargain. See
One hundred stamp photos or twenty
four minuettes given free with every or
der for one dozen cabinets, at Kackley's
G. W. Blatterman & Co. offer an ele
gant line of holiday presents embracing
the most useful and desirable articles
suitable for pifts. They offer unusual
inducements in plush toi'et sets and other
plush goods. d!7dtf
"xrANTKD-bcholaM to learn ou n violin,
ii ciaiioiiei,cornecorany urass instrument
Apply to A. HAUCKK. d21d5l
1?OR BALE A one-story Iranie house, two
1 rooms and a. kitchen, situated on thejeast
ond of Grant Htreet. Lot 33x150 (cot. Apply
to JAMES PURNELL, at Purnell, Wallace &
I70R RENT Tiro housos. with land attach-
r ed, near oily. Apply to N.B. WOOD, or
lOIJULllUa UUliUEKTHUH, I'lllll W8U1.
FOR RENT Tho old (ioddard Uonse, cor
uerof Marketand Front, aisosuloou now
oceupuxi Dy in. uouensueu. run possession
January 1st, 1888. Apply to
dl&llf WALU & WORTHINQTON.
KiKnrvwn T-ri.ii1 .7-rr.-z-i ..., ..r:
O low; never fre3h. Heud lnlormallon to
JAMEU HABHON. 2Id0t
OABSBTT B. WAU
I X. h. WOKTillNQTOW
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Will praoUoo in all courts In Masoa and ad
lolnlng eountiea and in tho Superior Oearl
and Court of Appeals. All oolleetloaa iflvB
prompt attention. aoylcdJrw
unA -VPltbkMP KV(
tKwkrs seat IJU1.
& M-wogiJiinr, mjj.
iwia tut WhlMtttll IH.
And Her Excellent Company.
WMATINEE Monday afternoon, Decem
ber 26th the romantic drama, MARRIED.
rarMonday nluht, December 23.Tho lnuh-
S?J?iySJlS2l?lSdI' J. HECOMMERCIAL
Prices of admission, 50, 85 und 25 cents; re
served seats 75 cents.
Appearances indicate that our
business is going to be far larger this Christ
mas than ever before, so please let us have
your order as carly.ns possible lor your ,
and nil luxuries tmtt'lt takes to .nnke a fine
Christmas dluner. large Florida Oranges
only 25 cents per dozen. Two pounds of best
Mixed Nuts, 25 cents. Pure Mixed or Stick 1
Caudy only 10 cents per pound.
MI88 ANNIE M. PRAZAR respeotfuily ln
vltea the publlo to call and examine her stock
of TOYS and X-MAB GOODS: also a full line
of Millinery Goods and Notions always on
band. The cheapest place in the city to buy
TOYS. MIBS ANNIE M. FRAZAR.
Life, Fire, Accident
Marine and Tornado.
The companies represented by the under
signed insure at reasouablo rates all Insurable
property against 1084 or damage by Fire,
Lightning or Wind. Any amount of insur
ance placed oh desirable risks, in
Wkbtbkn, of Toronto, Canada;
AaiiiaobTUiiAL. of Waterlowu, N. Y.;
Kenton, ol Covington, Ky.;
Boatman's, of Plttsbufg, Pa.,
and tho world renowned ''Tuavki.krs'' Life
aud Accident, of Hartford, Conn. These
companies have all compiled with tho law,
and are authorlred to do business in Ken
tucky. , W. .R WARDER Agent,
dSdSm Court Street, Mnysville.
8100 to 9300 n mouth cuu be made work
itu for ub. AgHnts prefeired who can furnish
their own horses and give their whole time to
the business. Bpare moments muy be profit
ably employed also. A lew vacancies in
towns and cities. B. F. JOHNBON & CO.,
1000 Main street, Richmond, Va.
J. Ballenger, the
Will, on January 31, 1888, present to some one of his customers
itaire Diamond Eardrops worth
A numbered ticket entitling tho
chased $1, ono ticket; $6, five
have the Diamonds mounted in
Studs, Fins, Bracelets, &a, it will
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HJSPQH'.EF""1 have tha largest, cheapest and most complete
line olphildren's, Ladjes'and Gent's Handkerchiefs ever offered for Bale'iaemr
city.. Bordered Handkerchiefs at 1, 2, 3, 4 and Scehts, np to 50 cents. An elegant
line of Ladies' Handsomely Embroidered Handkerchiefs at very low prices.
DRESS GOODS Block and Colored Silks at remarkably low prices; AH
Wool Henrietta Cloths. Serces. Tricota and vnrimm nthpr.vwnnHn with th nt
Trimmings to match, which I am offering
, nuoitni-AinuimBoi L.aaieaana Misses' wool and Uotlon Hose cheaper
than elsewhere. - , , , ? 4 ,
.SILK UMBRELLAS The greatest bargains in Silk Umbrellas, -vrkh
Gold Heads, 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 Hen's
Qloyes of every description, at the lowest price. A good assortment of Linen Tow
els, Table Linons and Napkins; Ginghams and Domestics at equally low prices;
good, yard-wide Brown Cotton at 5 cents ; good Calico at 4. cents ; best Calicoes at
In order to make my store attractive during the holidays, I have-on exhibition
various fancy article?, viz: Embroidered Lambrequins, Tidys, Fancy Table Scarfs
and Piano Covers. , - . .
CLOAKS I will offer at Cost my entire line of Cloaks, comprising Jacketa,
Short VVraps, Astrachan and Plush Dolmans, of the latest styles. Icordially invite
the ladies to cnll and examine my stock, and get the full benefit of my holiday pri
ces. Don't miss the bargains at
M. B. McXSRSLL'S,
ONE DOOR BELOW THE POSTOFFICE.
At very close prices. Examine our stock before buying.
la one-half and one pound boxes, at 75 cents per pound.
CHENOWETH & DIMM1TT, Druggists.
MURDER! : MURDER!! : MURDER!!)
Iniorder to reduce our lmrnense Stock of DRY OOOD3, NOTION8, 4e to make room f6r
pur Spring stock, we have decided to make a big run on all of our stock. Read the follow
ing foe bargains:
Humbolt Jeans for 371-2 oents, worth 45 oonta por yard: a very
flno Unlauudriod Shirt for 43 oonta, worth 75 oonts; all our Standard
Prints for 6 oonta, worth 71-2 oonta por yard; a groatfslaughtor in Dress
Goods and Trimmings ; Canton Flaunols for B oonts, worth 8 1-8 oents
per yard: Canton Flannels for 10 oonts, worth 12 1-2 oonts por yard.
we also havo a fow HOLIDAY PRESENTS loft that wo will soil yo
at your own prioo. Call and boo for yoursolf. Don't forgot the plaoe.
PAUL HGEFLICH & BRQD,
West Market Street, - - Four Doors Above Second.
-Designer and dealer in-
leadstne, Ac The larseai stock of th
atest rfeslnus. The best mJFdrlal and work
ver offered In this section of tho state, at re
luoed prices. Those wanting work in Grau
lie or Marble are Invited to call and sea fiv
tmAwvj tATircl rnnt "q.w'llr
holder to a chance given for -every dollar's worth of goods pur-,
tickets, &c. Should thti Jwlder of the lucky ticket prefer to
any other articles of Jewelry
bo done without charge.
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at greatly reduced prices.. t ,v
House, Blgn and
Graining, Olaulns and.aper-bapBlng.' VAH
work neatly and promptly executed. Office
iiid shop, north side dr Fourth between1 Mar
ket, and Limestone, streets. ' a!9dly
a pair of Elegant Sol-
LacePin, Combination Eing,