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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
DRILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosser & McCarthy,
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Tnx Daily Bollktin will bo delivered to
any part of the city at 0 cents a week, or one
year for 83.
TnK Daily Bulletin to any postofflce In
the United Statos, postage prepaid, at twenty
' five cent per month or three dollars per year.
THURSDAY EVE., SEPT., 8. 1887.
Money has been pouring into tbo State
Treasury within tho past few days. Tho
six per cent penalty stimulated Sheriffs
Judqe Morrow has decided that the
special law under which Lancaster voted
out liquor is unconstitutional. The Pro-
hibitionists will appeal.
Op tho 30,000,000 trade dollars coined
in this country it has been ascertained
that all but $8,000,000 of them went to
China. And they will likely be kept
The first death warrant signed by Gov
ernor Buckner was that of Tuck Agoe.
Agee is to bo hanged at Lexington on
tho 4th of next November, for killing hiB
brother-in-law, James Falconer.
The $200,000 subscription asked of
Bath Couniy for tho Frankfort, George
town and Paris railroad, will, it is said,
most certainly bo granted. The people
of Bath are warmly in favor of the enter
prise. m .
TnoBE has engaged, among others, Gen
eral J. Hale Sypher as counsel in the con
tested election case against Speaker Oar
lisle. Mr.Thobe may as well drop the mat
ter at once. He can't sypher tho distin
guished speaker out of his seat by any
such a combination as that.
" James N.Keiioe, formerly ol Maysvllle,
candidate for Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate,
was here last week electioneering." Carlisle
Mr. Kehoe is a worthy and upright
young man, and his friends in Maysvillo
and Mason County would be glad to see
him elected to tho position. We trust
that Jimmie will succeed in his aspira
tions. The Iowa Republicans are greatly con
cerned about the negroes of the South,
and think it is the intention of the Dem
ocrats to degrade them into a " a servile
form of cheap labor." It wouldn't take
the Republicans of Iowa or of any other
State very long to find out that the negro
of the South is better paid than the white
coal-miner of Pennsylvania.
The people of Augusta, Ky., are kick
ing because the principal of their public
school failed to spell "bulletin" correctly
at a recent spelling match. "Bulletin" is
very easy to spell when you see it in print,
but we suspect many of our readers who
are indignant at the ignorance of the Au
gusta teacher would spell it " Bully-tin,"
just as he did, if they would shut their
eyes a few moments. It isn't every great
man that, can spell. Harrodsburg Dem
.ocrat. i Judoe Garrett S. Wall is prominent
ly spoken of in connection with the
Board of Railroad Commissioners, and
will likely be appointed by Governor
Buckner if he will accept. Robertson
could not be better pleased with an ap
pointment from this section of the State,
and besides would feel honored at hav
ing Judge Wall on the Board. Conse
quently for Robertson, we speak a hearty
endorsement of Judge Wall. Robertson
Still Buying Railroads.
It is rumored at Louisville that C. P.
Huntington has bought another railroad.
This time it is the Chicago and Paducah
which has been gobbled up by tbo great
railway king. The Louisville Commer
cial says: "It is a well-known fact that a
road from Chicago to Paducah would bo
a big addition to Huntington's southern
system, and it is said that for some time
past he has had his eye on a road in
tended to run from Chicago to Paducah,
and which was built out from Ohicago, a
distance of 180 miles some timo ago. A
few days ngcPtho first intimation had that
Huntington had secured any interest in
or control of the proposed Paducah and
Chicago road was when the Superintend
ent of construction of the O. O. and 8.
W. road at Paducah received instructions
from headquarters to put a force of men
at work on both sides of the river at
Paducah and construct an incline plane
for the transfer of cars and to get out
timber necessary for tho construction of
small bridges. It would seem from this
that Hintington, who owns tho O. O.
and 8. W. road, has secured tho Paducah
andhChicago, and will push tho Paducah
end of it to rapid completion, using tho
transfer system on boats across the river
until a large bridge can bo built."
Tennyson's "May Quoon."
Who knows but if tho beautiful girl
who died so young had been blessed with
Dr. Pierce's "Favorlto Prescription" she
might have reigned on many another
bright May-day. The "Favorite Proscrip
tion" is a certain euro for all thoso disor
ders to which females aro liable.
The Now Rovenao Law a Succoss.
Wo havo-thought all along that the
new Rovenue law is about what tho Stato
has needed for many years. A special
from Frankfort says: " Tho good effects
of the now law aro now beginning to bn
felt. Within tho past two weeks tho
Sheriffs havo paid into the Stato Treas
ury a little moro than $1,000,000 and still
the checks are coming in. When tho
Legislature convenes the results of the
fi st year's operation of tho law will be
so satisfactory and just to all classes of
tax-payers that it may be safely predicted
it will bo regarded a success by tho
eminent body of law-makers."
The drouth must bo causing great suf
fering and damage down in Garrard
County. A Lancaster correspondent
says: "The scarcity of water in this com
munity and also throughout the whole
county is such as was nover known be
fore. The wells and cisternB about the
town aro given out entirely, and unless
we aro blessed by a fall of rain very soon
direful results may follow. It has be
come so dry that heavy losses have re
sulted to some of our farmers from the
burning of grass in fields along the rail
road track of the Kentucky Central.
It Should be Generally Known
that the multitude of diseases of a scrof
ulous nature generally proceed from a
torpid condition of the liver. The blood
becomes impure because tho liver does
not act properly and work off the poison
from the system, and the certain results
are blotches, pimples, eruptions, swell
ings, tumors, ulcers and, kindred affec
tions, or settling upon the lungs and pois
oning their delicate tissues, until ulcera
tion, breaking down, and consumption is
established, Dr. Pierce's " Golden Med
ical Discovery " will, by actingupou the
liver and purifying the blood, cure all
At a meeting of the citizens of Ripley,
O., on Wednesday evening, August 31st,
1887, the following named persons were
selected as a committee to solicit and
receive subscriptions in aid of the Lo
vanna fire sufferers : F. F. Shaw, Carl
Linn, S. McDonald, G. Young, John W.
Adkins and Thomas Buchanan, Jr., and
they are the only persons' authorized to
O. Edwards, Chairman.
J. O. Newcomb, Secretary.
Rev. G. M. Fulton has been returned
to the pastorate of the M. E. Church, at
Aberdeen, by the annual conference of
his church, which was held at Mechan
icsburg, Ohio. Rev. J. P. Porter was ap
pointed Presiding Elder of the Ripley
You are feeling depressed, your ap
petite is poor, you are bothered with
headache, you are fidgety, nervous and
generally out of sorts, and want to brace
up. Brace up, but not with stimulants,
spring medicines, or bitters, which have
for their basis very cheap, bad whisky,
and which, stimulate you for an hour,
and then leave you in worse condition
than before. What you want is an
alterative that will purify your blood,
start healthy action of liver and kidneys,
restore your vitality, and give renewed
health and strength. Such a medicine
you will find in Electric Bitters, and only
50 cents a bottlo at the drug stores of J.
O. Pecor & Co., and S. P. Campbell &
Co., of Aberdeen Ohio.
An End to Bono Scraping.
Edward Shephard, of Harrisburg, 111.,
says: " Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have
had a running sore on my leg for eight
years ; my doctors told mo I would have
to have the bone scraped or leg amputa
ted. I used, instead, three bottles of
Electric Bitters and seven boxes Buck
Ion's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now
sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salvo at
25c per box by J. O. Pecor & Co., and 8.
P. Camnbell & Co.. of Aberdeen Ohio.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, totter, chapped bands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions, and
Fositively cures piles, or no pay required,
t is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cento
per box. For salo bv J. O. Pecor & Co
m m i
Most attractive storo in town in "Cox
Building." Fine old wines and liquors
lor medical purposes. Pure drugs,
Toilet articles in irroat variety.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Ask your grocer for Foorster'fl City
Butter Crackers. They are tho best.
School books and school supplies upon
most favorable terms, at G. W. Blatter
man & Co's.
Tho latest styles of wall paper and cell
ing decorations, at J. O. Pecor & Co.'s
drug and book store.
See our choap counter. Our lot of fine
and choap cassimeres, for men and boys, at
cost, to close out. W. W. Holton.
Wo are receiving our fall display of
carpets, ruga, etc., and havo them at bot
tom pricos. Hoeflicii & Bno.
All summer goods mustfgo. Special
bargains for balanco of month. Remem
ber, we are never undersold. P. Hoeflioh
Fight Among UOAl Shovolers.
Cincinnati, Sept. 6. John Duncan, Will
iam Edwards and Marshall Bell, cool shov
elers at tho Winifrodo cool elevator, got
into a fight Tuosday evening, and Duncan
was hit on the head with a plck-handlo and
became unconscious. Edwards and Bell
then throw him into tho river, and he would
have been drowned if other laborers on tho
coal barge had not roscuod him. Bell and
Edwards wero arrostod and charged with
assault to kill. Duncan is in the hospital
Tho German Veterans Adjourn.
Chicago, Sopt. 8. Tho Gorman Veterans'
society adjourned yesterday after deciding
to moat noxt year in Cleveland and electing
the following otllcers: Prosldont, Wilhelm
Smith, of Chicago; vice president, Fred.
Orillo, of Cincinnati; secretary, Chris. Al
brocht, of St. Louis; assistant secretary,
Julius Efjgers, of Chicago; treasurer, Fred
erick W. Bpreon, of Cincinnati.
A Fight Over Property.
Falmouth, Ky., Sopt 8. A difficulty
occurred this morning between George
Cram and Jesse T. McNay, of Short Creek,
eight miles wost of hare, in which the latter
was mortally wounded by two pistol shots
fired by Cram. The trouble dates book
many months over the division of some
CnARDON, O., Sept. 8. The most severe
storm of the soa-son occurred lato lost even
ing, during which a peculiar display of
pyrotechnics was seen within a radius of
three miles from this city. No less than six
buildings wore struck by lightning and en
Fire Caused Uy, Lightning.
Younostown, O., Sept. 8. A torrifli
storm passed over this city last night, up
rooting largo trees and blowing down t
number of small buildings. Lightning
struck tho residence of John Rogers and
burned it to the ground before tho fire de
partment could reach there. Tho loss wai
(1,000; partly insured.
Death of WlllUm Cleveland.
New York, Sept. 8. "William Cleveland,
for many years prominontin Orange, N. J.,
died on Monday, aged eighty. Mr. Cleve
land was related to the president. In 185S
he located in Orange and began manufactur
ing shoes and other articles of his own in
vention, accumulating a fortune.
Army Iteuulon at Detroit.
Detroit, Sept. U. Extensive prepara
tions ore being made for the twentieth re
union of tho Army of the Tennessee here on
the 14th and 15th. Receptions will be
tendered Mrs. Gen. Logan, Gen. Shorman
and Gen. Sheridan.
'Will Permit Negroes to Vote.
Richmond, Va., Sept. 8. Hitherto in pri
mary elections the Democrats have rofuaod
to allow the colored people to vote. Next
week it is decidod to permit the negroes to
vote, pr vidod thoy pledge themselves to the
Injured Ily Dynamite.
New Albany, Ind., Sept 8. James Brad
ford, aged twenty-seven yoars, was fatally
injured yesterday by the explosion of a
charge of dynamite at the Whitman mines,
on the air lino road. He leaves a large
Destroyed Dy Fire.
LAWRENCKBuno, Ind., Sopt. 8. John
Hillcr's barn and contents, 'including hay,
horses, hogs and farming implements,
were destroyed by fire at 5 o'olock thii
Jako Sharp's Case Continued.
New York, Sept 8. The argument in
tho appeal of Jacob Sharp for a now trio
has been postponed until 10 o'clock Tuesday,
te 13th inst
TUESDAY, SEPT. 13th.
and Europe's greatest sensation, the Royal
Hand-Bell Ringers; I he British Glee Bards,
ft vein number; eight great Comedians; eight
E d Men; ten Clog Experts; eight supeib
Vocalists; twelve great Specialists, new,
unique, novel and refined; fifty Famous
Funny Features, the king of laugh-makers ;
ten Hong and Dance Artists Plantation, Ac
robatlo and Genteel; twenty Skilled Musi
cians, every man a solo player.
MrWatcu for tho grand parade of Baird's
Gold and Wlver Cornet Band, dally at noon,
free to all, Matt. Elder, Leader.
BWReserved Beats, Parqnette and first four
rows in Parqnette Circle, 75 cents; balanco
of circle, 50 cents ; Balcony, 35 cents ; Gallery,
35 cents. 8-td
Regulate The Bowels.
CosttveiiCN (IcrmifreN the wliolo sys
tem mill bugetN UIhuuncm, Nticlt us
Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Diseases,
Bilious Colio, Malaria, etc.
Tuft's I'llI produce regular liublt of
body anil rood UlircMtlon, without
which, mo ouo can enjoy (rood liuultu.
We aro authorised to announce that K. E.
PEAUOE. JR.. is a candidate tor re-elootlon
to the office of Mayor at the January elec
FOR TREASURER AND COLLECTOR.
We are authorised to announce that F. M.
TRAXBL la a candldato for Collector and
Treasurer at tho olty election to bo hold the
first Monday In January, 1888.
We are authorized to announce that O. 8.
LKACH. Is a candldato for re-election to tho
office of Collector and Xroosuror Jat the Janu
ary election, 1838.
Wo are authorized to announce that W. O.
DAWSON Is a candldato for tbo ofllce of City
Marshal, at tho January elootlon, 1SS3.
Tutf s Pills
T ANTED-Ladle lor our Fall andChrl t
YV mas trade, lo take light, ploasant work
nl their own homes. $1 to S3 per day can be
qulotly made. Work Bent by mall any dis
tance. Particulars free, mo canvassing. Ad
drew at once, ORESCENT AKC CO., 117 Milk
street, Boston, Mass. Box 5170.
INTENDING ADVEHTIBrRS should ad
dress GEO. P. HOWELL fc CO., 10 Bpruco
streft, New York City, lor select list of l,O0
newspapers, win do sent ireo on application.
I" I !
370R BALK OR RENT Elegant two-story
" btlck residence, Second street, Fifth ward.
All convenleces. Apply to JOSEPH DIENER,
Market street s2dtf
FOR BALK Threo lots, corner Second and
Button streets, on favorable terms, for
cash. a9dU JULIUS CULBERTBON.
FOR SALE At public auctlou on Saturday,
September 10th, 1U0 acres of land, with
comfortable dwelling house and two good
barns, two and one-half miles south of Sard Is.
aldlm W. A. MoCORD.
F)R RENT The old Goddard Ronso on
corner of Market and Front Will be In
complete repair and ready for oooupancy as
an hotel by September 1st. Apply to WALL
St WORTHINUTON. Sdtf
S70R RENT Brick warehouse on Market
" street formerly occupied bv Maltby,
ently & Co. Apply to GEORGE T. HUN
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
" We do hereby certify that we tupervue tin
arrangementM for all the Monthly and Semi'
Annual Drawing of the Louisiana State Lot
tery Company, and in person manage and eon
trot the Drawing themselves, and that the same
are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in
good faith toward all parties, and we authoritt
the Company to use this certificate, with fae-sim-ties
of our signatures attached, in its advertise,
We the undersigned Banks and Bankers will
pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lot
teries which may be presented at our counters.
J. II. OGIKNBT, Pros. Ln. Nntlonnl Bk
F. IjANAUX, President Stato Nat'I Bk.
A. BALDWIN, Pros. N. O. National Bk.
CARL, UOnN, Pres. Union Nat'I Bank.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION 1 Ovei
Half a Million distributed
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANI
Incorporated in 1868 lor twenty-five years
by the Legislature for Educational and Char
itable purposes with a capital of 01.000,000
to which a reserve fund of over 8550,000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular voto ltfl fraa
cVlse was made a part of the present State
Constitution adopted December 2, A.D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
by the people of any Stale.
KB'It never scales or postpones.
Its Grand Single Number Drawings take
filace monthly, and the Semi-Annual Draw
nes every six months (June and December).
WB-A Splendid opnnrtnulty to win a
Fortune. Ninth Grand. Drawing, clans I, In
the Academy of Music, New Orleans, TUES
DAY, SEPT. 8. 1887-2U8th Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
NOTICE. Tickets are 810 only : Halves, $5,
Filths, 82: Tenths. 81.
Ust of Prises.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE of.,.4160,000 8150,000
1 GRAND PRIZE of. 50.000 50,000
1 GRAND PRIZE of. 20,000 20000
2 LARGE PRIZES of. 10,000 20,000
4 LAKGE PRIZES of 5,000 20 000
20 PRIZES of. 1,000 20.000
50 " 600 25,000
100 " 300 80,000
200 200 40,.0
500 " 100 50,000
100 Approximate Prizes of 8300 830,000
100 " " 200 20,000
100 100 ... 10.000
1,000 Terminal ' 60 50,000
3,179 Prizes, amounting to i.. 8535,000
Application tor rates to clubs should be
made only to the office of tbt company In
For further Information write olearly, glv
lng full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Money Orders, or New York Exchange fn or
dinary letter. Currency by express (at our
fit. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La.,
Or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. O.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
DAwvAHMkAn"1" 'ho presence ol
IC liri U ITI D6 1 Generals Beauregard
and Early, who are In charge of tho drawings,
is a guarantee of absolute fairness and Integ
rity, that tho chances aro all equal, and that
no one can possibly divine what numbers will
KKMEMllEB that Four National Banks
guarantee the payment of Prizes, and that all
tickets bear tbo signature ol the President
of an Institution, whoso franchise is recog
nized in theblghest Courts; therofore, beware
of any Imitations orauonymous schemes.
Window Glass, Paints, Oils, Brushes,
Spoujres, Soaps, Combs, For.
funics, Toilet Articles,
My stock of Pure Drugs and Chemicals is
always complete. All at the lowest prices for
OCWPrcscriptloiis n specialty nt nil
J. JAMES WOOD,
IjiOIt SALS A farm containing one hun
' dred and sixty acres, near Lewisburg,
one-half mile from Maysvillo and Mt. Bterl
irg turnpike. Thero Is a nice frame oottaee,
containing six rooms and kltchon, two to.
bacco barns and othor neoessaryoutbulldlHBs.
Tho farm is well watered by two nover-fall-ing
springs near the bouse. Possession given
1st of March. 18:8. For further particulars
address JOHN 8TEER8,
alBwlm North Fork, Ky,
A DVERTIBER8 ! send for onr Beleot List
A. of Local Nowspapers. qeo, P, Rowell
OoT, 10, Spruce atroet,, N. T.
our stock of Carpets to
close out the entire lot.
Every Carpet purchas
ed from us will be a bar
gain. Special drives in
Floor Oil Cloths,
A good Window Shade,
with fixtures complete,
at 32 and 50c. each.
PRICED HOUSE IN TOWN!
Pure Goods and Bottom Prices !
40 lbs. best Flour 81 M
2 lbs. best Jelly. 15
4 !b. best Rice..". 25
1 lb. best New Prunes 5
2 cans American Sardines 16
1 can large Mustard Hardlnes... 10
1 gal. best Coal Oil 10
2 bars good Hoap S
6J0 Matches. 6
2 lb. paokage Oat Meal. 10
1 lb. choice Gunpowder Tea &
1 doz. qt. Mason Self-seallug Jars.. 1 2(
Notk Purest. Spices and the best Vinegar
for Pickling purposes. L. HILL.
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only 83 SKAMT.ESS
Shoo In tho world.
Finest Calf, perfect fit, and ,
ana uoe, an styles toe. as
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ijluu una auruue u
mote costing jo or o.
w. Li. nuvuuxtt
S8.SO SHOE! excels
the fa Hboes sarcr-
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Ut4 Mini t wk Sk
Bori til wear the TV. I.. DOCGIAB 98 SHOE.
If your dcfcler doei not kpep them, send your turaeon
poiUl to W. Im DOUGLAS. Brockton, KM.
For sale by A.;M. ROGER, 41 Second Strea
Turnpike to Let.
Sealed proposals for constructing one milo
of Horse Shoe Turnpike, near Lewisburg. will
be opened August 31st. Parties should ad
dress or leave bids with
J. B. STEERS, Secretary,
a22d&w North Fork P. O.
You'll find It good to regu
The organs of both small
It checks Sick Headache,
and tbo woe
That tad Dyspeptics erec
Betides 'tis pleasant to the
So none need gulp It down
ADVERTISERS by addressing GEO. P. ROWELL A
CO, 10 Spruce St., Now Xrk, can learn the
oxact cost of any proposed lino ol Advertis
ing in American Nowspapera, WTIOO-Page
FfUNpblet, 10 cents.
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