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THE FINEST IMT THE LAND! W. H. MEANS' $3,00 SHOES, AT HO NAN'S; TRY A PAIR.
"DID . 'sir.., &l z V YOU EOTPB B!UbUUMU 5X H 5 8- 'i it ''A. v v , ! (. t .'V AM i1 v. J E' - m F.rr f i f r. v fas rv : rM Y.,j. w SSviir ft-- We mean tho great rush and big trade they are now enjoying at the RED CORNER CLOTHING HOUSE. It is true that this is recognized as the dull season, hut we allow no dull season at our house. When trade slacks, we push it. We have lots of goods, arid we are bound to sell them. Our envious com petitors say we cannot last long; that no house can exist that makes such sacrifices on goods as wo make. But thit is nothing to you. Our loss is your gain, and as we have determined to close out choice of our MEN even though they be worth from $12 to $20, it is to your advantage to buy them, and not consider our loss. You must take you have an opportunity, and this is your opportunity. You will probably not have such another in a life time. But we are bound to push business at any cost, and you will always find us "tireless toilers for trade." LOUIS ZECH & CO. oRed Corner Clothing? Hoo.se DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. SATURDAY EVEN'G, JAN. 28. 1888. Indications " Slowly rising tempera ture, fair weallier" Swket Oranges 23c. dozen Calhoun's. ,,. m $ a Yon can get groceries as cheap at Han ooek'a as any place in tho city. tf - a Aukruoin peas, better and cheaper than imported, at G. W. GeUol'i. dtf Will Oaicpbhll's now paper will make its appearance at Maysrillo one day next week. Augusta Republican. Rbv. Johr S. Hati will preach to morrow morning at the lirst Presbyte rian Church. No aervicoa at night. PttBAcnma to-morrow at 11 a. m. and G:30 p. m. in the Baptist Church at Ab erdeen, by the pastor, Rev. A. Jackson. Jouh Flbiq, a wall-known German cit izen of Ripley, fell on the icy pavement Thursday and hurt himself rather seri ously. TniRB will be sorricei at tho Gorman Church to-motrow morning at ten o'clock, b the Rev. C. Liab. A full at tendance is desired. Rav. R. B. Garrett has returned from Louisville and .will preach at the court house to-morrow at usual hours of worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. The James H. Hall Plow Company shipped six hundred plows on the Big Sandy yestorday and about four hundred more on the Bonanza last night. Sibviczs at St. Patrick's Church to morrow as follows: Masses 7:30 a. m,. 9 a. m. at which there will be a sormon ia German and 10:30 a. m. Holy rosary and benediction at 2 p. m. Covcobo can boast of a rather aged bride and groom. Uncle Jimmie Reed, who is past eighty years of age, married lira. ifcGraw at that place a few days ago. The bride is nearly seventy. Ir you owe Ballanger, tho jeweler, any thing, call and settle at once, and get a ticket on that $500 pair of eardrops for every dollar you pay. Ticket still givrfn on every dollar's worth you buy, also, tf m Baltz Yacjo's frioads will be glad to loam of his success at Cincinnati. He has secured tho position of foreman of the painting department of Clark & Eas tern's large carriage factory at that place. Skhvicjcs to-morrow at Scott's Chapel, M. E. Church, on Fourth stroet, Rov. J. F. Moreland, B. D., pastor. Theme for ll.a. m : " The Church." Tost for 7:30 p. m: " My Foot SHppeth, Psa. 94:18." HBSflsW Extraordinary in GOOD CLOTHING ! After getting through our annual invoice wo find that we have a fojv choice OVERCOATS and HEAVY-WEIGHT SUITS on hand. To complete the biggest trade in Winter Clothing our house has ever enjoyed, we have marked down these goods regardless of quality or cost, and with only tke sole view to make a complete sweep of all our heavy-weights. We quote a few leaders and the prices on thsin : Good, Boys's Suits $3.50, Worth $6.00; Good, All-Wool Men's Cassimero Suits $8, Worth $12.00 to 15.00; a Few Ezrtra Fine Chinchilla and Beaver Overcoats at $10.00. Were we to say what these garments are actually worth, you would scarcely bolieve us. Come in and see thorn. You will be convinced that we mean just what we say! The quantities of these special things is of a limited number, and wo advise all to come in at onco and make their selection. They will go. EECHINGER & CO CASS "KISSES AND HUGS." Somo of the Letters Introduced as Evidence in the Woods-Poo Breach of Promise Suit. Tho breach of promise suit of Joaie Woods against S. II. Poo was hoard yes terday in the Circuit Court. Tho fair plaintiff is a resident of this city at tho present time. Poe is a traveling photo graphist. He spent some time last sum mar in this locality, his car being sta tioned in Chester during his stay here. There was no denial of tho plaintiff's petition, and she wasgiven'judgmant for $3,000, and her attorney was allowed a foe of $100 in addition. She asked for $5,000. Same of the letters introduced as evi dence rival the "cofTae-merchant'a" lov ing epistles in the famoui Campbell Arbuckle suit recently settlod in Now York. From Carlisle, Ky., he wrote on the 12th of last June: "i send thirteen kiss and twelve Hugs and one Pinch." June 24th ho wroto from samo place as follows: "i send you all the kisses and a good huggin throde in." September 1st he sent Josie a letter from Manchester, 0 in which he says: "i want to see you and i want to KiBS you write in the mouth." Unlike Arbuckle, Mr. Poe was not troubled with malaria He onjoyed good health, and was evidently a masher from way back, judging from the folio wing letter written from Manchester on the 25th of September : My heltti is good 1 wayJlGl pound) i have botme fine close you wodn't do aae If you was to sea me an 1 have btt me a fine watch all the girls Is gitU? stuck on me In every town 1 go;to what will I do about that 1 drest up todayau want down town the ladys tllrtln at me oa all aides of the streiti saint look at that Plrty man but that Is nil 1 can't think or no bydy But you so 1 will close. Notice. On and after February 1, 1888, tho Cit izens' Gas Light Company will charge $1 per thousand cubic feet of gas. Citizbks' Gab Lioht CourAMV. By O. H. White, President. No Trouble to Swallow Dr. Pierce's "Pellets" (the original " littlo livor pills ") and no pain or grip ing. Cure sick or bilious headache, sour atom ich, and cleanse the system and bowels. 25 cents a vial. Money tc Loan. Books of the Limeatono Building Asso ciation aro now open for subscription to the third series of stock. Tho series he gins March 1st, next, but parties can be accommodated by taking stock now. Tho association has money to loan. Ap ply to any of the directors. 21-d3t-s MERE SUITS AT rsAMffUUKMmMM JXMAtmmnajiwyiBuwi wwtwrm'Hun wu, Sbkvicks at tho M. E Church on Third street to-morrow by Rev Thomas Ilan ford, pastor. All are cordially invited. The Big Sandy will leave Cincinnati for Pomeroy this evening at 5 o'clock Tho Bonanza has laid up. No bouts down. . . Beecher's church 1ms decided to pay Syman Abbott at tho rate of $0 500a year while he shows them what mrntier of preacher he is. Mas. Eiiza Poarce, who has been seri ously ill for several day, was no better this morning. Her friends will l en ret to learn that her condition is very crit ical. m i RoniRT Litur, of Falmouth, and Miss Mattia Taylor, of Hillsdale, Bracken County, were married last Wednesday. The groom hat a number ol frionda in this city and county. Rjcv. Russell Cecil officiated last Wed nesday at the marriage of his sister, Miss Julia Ceeil to Dr. J. M. Dalton, at Har rodsburg. Tho wedding took place at the heme of the brido'a father, Mr. R H. Ceeil. , Sirvicks at the Central Preahyterian Church to-morrow as follows: Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., by the pasto. Eev. Russell Cecil ; Sunday school and Bible Class at 9;30 a. m. A cordial invi tation extended to all. Tnr "Equitable" is the largest, strong est and most prosperous Mutual Life In surance Company in the world, and its record for prompt, good faitk in all its dealings with its policyholders is of the highest character. Jaseph F. Brodrick, agent. Soui of the railroad contractors down in Campbell County are having trouble with their hands. The Boehm Bros, are making a big fill on the new road at a point near Newport. They have had a larga foreo of Italians employed, but the hands havo quit and refuse to work un less their wagea are paid weekly. The contractors say tkoy can not pay until the astimates are allowed by Huntington, and one hundred and fifty negroes are now filling tho placo of tho Italians. Sylvestbr Soistbr and Alonzo Soister were before Mayor Pearce this morn ing and were each fined $25 and costs for carrying conaealed weap ons. The accused hail from Man chester. They were in town last night and raised a row at a house of low re pute in the Fifth ward. Deputy Marshal Dawson, assisted by his son Oharloy, took tho party in chargo and landed them in the station house. When arrested oach hsd a pistol stuck !oi la 1,1. hip pocket. jlm 1S" our swwk, us uur m.xS re uiu loivrau KtZStriSl BROWNING & CO., paid their fines and casts, and were re- loaeed. "sl ASJTJWMitirwKxg.trr'amwwyfzMKrat'iw SEAMLESS jriBi SEAMLESS The most comfortable House Shoo made the only Shoe com bining warmth, pliability, durability and noiselessness. For sale at Miner's Shoe Store. THOSE OWiaSFQ- HOFFER MTJRFHT, The Jewelers, will be given a chance on the Combination Ring worth 300.00 for every dollar they pay, if paid by January 31, 1888. Thoy also givea ticket with every dollar's worth of goods sold until February 15, Remember the 300.00 paid in cash if the lucky one prefers. HOPPER & MURPHY. Must be Sold. We have about twenty-five Children's Cloaks, nice quality, with pleated Skirts, goods that sold from $4 to $7. Wo have reduced the entire lot to $2.50 for choice. Sizes, 4, 6, 8 and 10 years. Also about ten extra fine New Markets, worth dur ing the season $10 to 12. Your choice now for 5.00. A few Jackets left that we aro closing at 1.50 to 2.50. We are also showing some extra bargains in Dress Goods. Elegant 36-inch Cashmere at 25 cents, former price 35 cents ; 52-inch All-wool Ladies' Cloth only 50 cents per yard; extra quality 36-inch Tricot at 40 cents. Our lines of Blankets, Flannels, Jeans, Underwear and Hosiery reduced to cost. If you need anything in tho Dry Goods line do not fail to , , i , , jVJ"0 3 EtlSt Second Street., ir $10.00, advantage of cood thintrs while .1 1 , ... Maysvillo, Ky. SPSS. I ! II