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TUESDAY EVE., AUGUST 23. 1887.
The grand jury of Rowan County has
returned indictments against twenty men
at the present term of court, threo for
Tns Republicans of Ohio ought to bo
defeated this fall for advocating cheap
whiskey and tobacco in preference to
cheap food and clothing.
Our Teachers' Institute is but poorly
attended. The Republican Journals
should charge this lack of interest on tho
part of the teacher to tho State govern
ment. The way this country is filling up with
people from the old world, it looks liko
the question of restricting immigration,
to some extent at least, will become an
important on. a before many years.
The people of Western Kentucky are
still suffering from tho drouth. Corn in
that section, it is claimed, will not make
a half crop, while tobacco is in still worse
condition, and the farmers will be lucky
to get a one-fifth crop of tho weed.
The Sherman organ in Ohio declares
in favor of abolishing the taxes on
whisky and tobacco as a means of stop
ping the surplus. What a taking cry it
would be, "Free whisky and tobacco,
taxed sugar and salt and clothing I"
Young men or middle-aged ones suf
fering from nervous debility and kindred
weakness should send 10 cents in stamps
for illustrated book suggesting sure means
of cure. Address, World's Dispensary
Medical Association, 603 Main street,
Buffalo, N. Y.
The official vote of the State on calling
a Constitutional convention resulted in a
majority of 23,403 in favor of the ques
tion. The total number of votes regis
tered was 278,308, 102,557 of which were
cast in tho affirmative. Hurry up with
TiiE people of Scott County will vote
September 24th on a proposition to sub
scribe $100,000 to the Fronkfort, George
town & Paris Railroad. Tho County
Court was a tie on the question of sub
mitting the proposition, and the County
Judge settled the matter.
Statistics show that there has been a
big increase in tho number of immigrants
this year. For the seven months ending
July 31, 1880, tho immigration amounted
to 221,313. For the corresponding period
this year it was 325,531, an increase of
104,218, enough people to make a city
somewhat greater in size than Columbup,
Ohio, or Indianapolis, Ind.
Some of the churches are making steady
progress in the mountain counties. In
Eastern Kentucky, where four years ago
there was no Southern Presbyterian
Church, Dr. E. O. Guerrantnow has eight
churches with 600 members. Colonel
Bennett H. Young has recently presented
the church at Jackson, Breathitt County,
with a fine bell. He, with Colonel R. S.
Veech and two other Louisville Presby
terians, aro the financial factors of this
At Versailles tho Elkhorn Baptist As
sociation has adjourned. Nothing of
importance was up before thia body ex
cept the question of the removal of their
college from Georgstown to Shelbyvillo,
which question has been creating great
interest trhoughout the State. A great
deal of time was consumed, but nothing
was done in the matter by the associa
tion, and the Question of removal now
rests with the Trustees of the George
town College. As Georgetown has rais
ed $25,000 to have it remain in that
place, and tho association guarantees
$25,000 more, the college will, in all
probability, remain at Georgetown.
John R. Allen, lato Colonel of tho
Second Regiment of the State Guard, is
prominently named for tho office of Ad
jutant General under the administration
of Governor Buckner. No bettor selec
tion could bo made for the place. Of ac
knowledged military talent, with a won
derful capacity for tho management of
men, and superior judgement as an offi
cer, ho will bring to tho position all tho
qualities to bo desired. in tho chief mili
tary office of the State. His services to
the Commonwealth at sovoral critical pe
riods, which were of tho'most commend
able character, ought to have, and doubt
less will have, great weight in his favor.
His friends in tho Stato Guard and in
this community generally will be highly
gratified to hear of tho promotion of this
most worthy and deserving officer.
Sensation in Whisky Circles Ex
A special from Lexington says : "An
other big whiskysensation is on the tapis.
Special Revenuo Agent Kellogg, with
fifteen Gaugers from Iowa, Indiana and
Ohio, is in the Stato and will gauge 5 per
cent, of each month's crop of whisky
now in the warehouses of the Fifth, Sixth
and Seventh Districts. Threo Gaugers
from Cincinnati aro already in the city
at work in the bonded warehouse of Wm.
Tarr & Co. This big investigation is
caused, probably, by tho finding of so
much whisky gone from the warehouses
of Stagg & Co., at Frankfort. What the
outcome will bo no one can divine. There
may bo many other warehouses just as
leaky as those at Frankfort, and if such
should prove to be the case "there is no
telling wbero this thing will end."
Jonathan R. Luman, the Fleming
County distiller, is in trouble again. He
has been arrested on "eight warrants,
charging him with violation of tho pro
hibition law, and the trials will last sev
eral days. The fine for each offense is
from $100 to $300. This is tho third
time this man has been arraigned on
similar charges, and to date it has cost
him just $3,000 monkeying with this dry
law. His feet aro evidently not guided
by tho lamp of experience. A groat deal
of trouble is experienced in getting juries
to try cases of this kind, the accused not
wanting men who don't drink and the
prosecution not caring to accept men
The State of Indiana is in a very bad
condition financially. The last dollar in
tho general fund has been paid out and
there are no resources that can be drawn
on before next December. Work on all
the public buildings will have to bo
abandoned, and the funds to pay tho
current expenses of tho government will
have to be advanced by tho counties, or
tho officials will do their work without
Verily, there aro States in just as
bad a condition as Kentucky, financially
George Collins gave a croquet party last
John B. Allison lias gone West (or a four
Ham Collins will build a front to his home
this lall ol lour rooms with upper and lowor
Born, to the wife of J. W. Clary, P. M.. Hun
day night, a bouncing boy. " Leonard Zech "
Is his name.
Mr. J. B. Caldwell and Mrs. A. R. Dallas
were guests of Mrs. Dr. lliowulug at aO o'clock
lea Friday evening.
Miss Ebe Gale, of New Liberty, nnd Miss
Mary Robinson, of Lancaster, Will visit Miss
Em Lee Browning In October.
Chailes Gray, of Helena, Is prizing tobacco
at "U Bet " warehouse lorT. L. Best the pur
chase made of N. & D. Watson.
Mrs, Mary A. Browning and her niece, Miss
Era Browning, made a visit to their Tilton and
Sherburne lemllves last week.
John Fleming, the universal lady's man ol
Murpbysvllle, has gone to Kansas. A letter
from him says he Is well pleased.
Miss Jennie MoDanlel, alter a delightful so
journ here of two months, (during which she
made many friends), has returned to Carlisle.
Tho many friends of Mrs. P. B. Owens, of
Fern Leaf, will regret to hear of her Illness.
Her anut, Miss Mary OrlUlth, of Sardls, was
summoned to her bed-side Sunday afternoon.
MUs Nannie B. Dye, ol "Forest Home,"
goes to Mexico, Mo., on the30th of this month
to attend the female college at that place. Mho
will make her home with Uev. A, M. Var
deman. Miss Laura Gould, one of the brightest and
most attractive of the young ladles of Emi
nence, will be In our midst far some weeks,
visiting tbo families of H. D. Watson, Sbau
non, and F. P. Bland, Mt. Olivet.
As Mr. W. T. Browning and Miss Laura
Gonld were passing through Murphyavllle
Friday night, their buggy horse plunged into
an open culvert that was being sunk, upset
ting buggy, crippling horse and bruising tbe
parties considerably. They came on after
borne dela , and were well cared for wbeu
they reached tbo home ol Mr. H. D. Watson.
Professor Hawes, ol Louisvillo, a very clever
elocutionist, gave two entertainments at
Mayallck, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings,
August 10th and 17th, He had the pleasure of
meeting Elder W. L. Loos, of Eminence, Rev.
Dr. Hall, of Newport, Rev. Spears and Elder
Ulbson, of Mayslfck, all of whom enjoyed the
elocutionary treat aa much as any of the boys
oi fewer years.
Mrs. Bell Uovencamp.ofFort Worth, Texas,
after a pleasant visit of lour weeks among her
Mason relatives she places twenlyseven
years between her Kentucky vlsiu bos re
turned to her distant home. A number of
ber relatives and friends dined with her ou
Thursday last at ber brother, Thomas B. Ar
thur's. Among tbe guests were Mrs. Mary
Robinson and daughter, Mrs. Ann Sparks,
Mrs. Jane Bland Bull and daughter, Mrs. Wm.
Ray, Miss Mary Arthur, Miss Bailie Johnson
and Mrs. Charles Williams.
Au End to Bone Scraping.
Edward Shephard, of Harrisburg, 111.,
Bays: " Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let Buffering humanity know it. Have
had a running sore on my leg for eight
years ; my doctors told mo I would havo
to have the bone scraped or leg amputa
ted. I used, instead, three bottles of
Electric Bitters and Beven boxes Buck
len's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now
sound nnd well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at
25c per box by J. O. Pecor & Co., and S,
F. Campbell & Co., of Aberdeen Ohio.
Lutheb Bhatton has removed to Nep
ton, Fleming County.
Bucklen's Arnica Snlro.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions, and
positively cures pilos, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Prico 25 cents
per box. For sak by J, O. Pecor & Co
Try Langdon's City Buttor Crackers.
Ask your grdcer for Foerster's City
Butter Crackers. Thoy aro the best.
The latest styles of wall paper and ceil
ing decorations, at J. O. Pecor & Co.'s
drug and book store.
We aro offering special bargains in
fans, parasols, gauzo underwear, etc., at
Paul Hoefiich & Bro's.
See our cheap counter. Our lot of fine
and choapcassimores, for men and boys, at
cost, to closo out W. W. Holton.
Agency Portsmouth Hteam Laundry.
Best work, lowest prices. Givo ns a trial.
Paul McDonald, at Paul Hoefiich & Bro's.
G. W. Blatterman & Co. carry a very
largo stock of mouldings, including all
latest styles, and solicit orders for fram
ing. A varioty of pictures, all styles, in
cluding some fino oil paintings by distin
guished foreign artists.
A Captain's Fortunato Discovery.
Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, ply
ing between Atlantic City and N. Y.,
had been troubled with a cough so that
he was unable to sleep, and was induced
to try Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption. It not only gave him instant
relief, but allayed tho extreme soreness
in his breast. His children were simi
larly affected and a single dose bad the
same happy effect. Dr. King's New Dis
covery is now the standard remedy in
tho Coleman household and on board the
schooner. Freo trial bottles of this
standard remedy at tho drug stores of J.
0. Pecor & Co., and S. P Campbell &
c. ? Aberdeen Ohio
A Condensation -of All the Important
Jake Kilraln and Jack Dempsey sparred
(or (our rounds Saturday night before sev
eral thousand people at North Adams, Mass.
Sunday Bask Ball. Cincinnati 9,
Brooklyn 14; Athlotio 5, St. Louis 1; Louis
ville 6, Baltimore 3; Meta 7, Cleveland 5;
Columbus 12, Akron 0.
It is stated that baso ball at Pittsburg is
at a discount. Last rear the Pittsburg club
In the association mode $40,000; this year it
teems that it will sustain $15,(KX) loss.
The increaso in base ball pool rooms in
both league and association cities is receiv
ing the attention of the oflloials in both base
ball organizations, and steps are to be taken
to pro too i the national game from the evils
which may result from the existence of these
St Louis still leads in the Americau Asso
ciation Base ball race, with Cincinnati,
Louisville and Baltimore close contestants
for the second placo. In the League race
Detroit leads, with Chicago but two games
behind, New York and Philadelphia closely
contesting for the third position.
Question of per centage or guaranteo plan
of dividing gate rocipts will bo solved at the
coming meeting of the association. Thus
far it is stated the Clerelauds, St. Louis
Browns, Metropolitans and Louisvilles favor
the per centage, and the Cinciiinatis, Ath
letics, Brooklyns and Baltimore) tho guar
The Beatin-Kinslow deal is resting for tho
time being, but is likely to prove a source of
much annoyance to President Young and
the league. President Byrne, of tho Brook
lyns, a member of the arbitration commit
tee, lias always taken the matter in hand
for immediate action, and President Stern,
of the Cincinuatls, returned home Satur
day from St. Louis to confer with Mr.
Ancient Order of Forresters' Picnic
Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 23, Flags were
dlsplayod on the city hall and court house
this morning for the Ancient Order of For
resters who are having their parade and
picnic. Different societias of tbo order
arrived from New York, Connecticut, New
Jersey, Massachusetts, Philadelphia, Wash
ington and other plaoes. After parading
with bands of muslo through the principal
streets thoy proceeded to tbe Broadway
park where thoy are holding a grand
Cincinnati, Aug. 23. About 9:45 a. m .
Frank Fitzgivens, aged thirty-two, of Cov
ington, Ky., walked down to the floating
bath house at the foot of Vine street, and
deliberately attempted suicide by jumping
into tne river. He was rescued with some
difficulty and taken to Hammond street
station house, where he was locked up for
safe keeping. Ha refuses to talk, and no
cause is known for his attempt at self-destruction,
Nkw York, Aug. 33. David Okey, of the
mercantile marine division of the treasury
department, who has been appointed by
Secretary Falrohlld to examine into the
methods of the board of immigration of this
port, presented bis credentials to collector
Magono and had a long consultation with
him. It was decided to begin the taking oi
testimony before the collector to-morrow.
Dangerous ltoad for st Frlest.
Denvxr, Col, Aug. 523. At Glen wood
Springs yosterday Fathor Edward Downey
aid mass but omitted his sermon, starting
immediately for Meeker td minister to bis
parishioners in trouble there. He has a
dangorous road to travel, and fears ore felt
for his safety. Thoro was a pathotla sceno
at the ohuroh as be announced his departure
to his post of duty.
Cholera holds its grip on Italy. There
were sixteen deaths Sunday.
There is a crisis in Peruvian national af
fairs. The cabinet has resigned.
The Afghan uprising has boon quolled,
and the rebels are fleeing in all direotions.
M. Labruzoro, an editor, and Officer Mel
ville, fought with swords near Paris, and
both were seriously wounded.
Russia and Turkey ore considering a
joint occupation of Bulgaria, which mean
the ousting of tbe now ruler, Prince Ferdi
nand. The Weather.
Washington, Aug. S3. Indications
Threatening weather and rain, warmer, fol
lowed by cooler weather, variable winds
llllftl.16 CO WMb .
17OB BALE-A canoe, at the Central Hotel.
h iinvn nhntild call and see It. nZWBt
FOB BALE My house on oeoona sueet,
Kast Maysvllfe. . RenMnableterms.
1 23dZl WAUlIiiniuai"""'
t-sor WALK Three lots, corner Second and
I? Button streets, on favorable
, on mvornoie usnua, iui
IOR HA LB Bixlthorounhbred Hoothdown
bucks. Apply to R. C. KIRK Maysyllle,
v. . a oun
m '.., HIT n I .m.kllA A... f ,. rtrt Uut rilfiftV-
X' September 10th, 100 acres of land, with
comfortable dwelling house and two good
barns, two and one-half miles south of Bardls.
a4d?m W. A. MoCORD.
FOR RENT The old Goddard House on
corner of Market and Front. Will be In
complete repair and ready for occupancy as
an hotel by September 1st. Apply to WALL
A WORTHINtlTON. 8dtf
OR RENT Brick: warehouse on Markot
Inntlv A Co. Annlr to GEORGE T. HUN
LOST A child's broad brim blue straw hat.
Tuesday afternoon. Return to this office.
FOUND Last night at the opera bouse a
pocket book containing a small sum of
money, Inquire at this office. a20tl2t
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
" We do hereby certify that vie supervise th
arrangement for all the Monthly and Semi
Annual Drawings of the Louisiana Stale Lot
tery Company, and in perion manage and con.
trot the Drawings themselves, and that the tamt
are conducted with honetty, fairness, and in
good faith toward all parties, and we authoriu
the Company to use this certificate, with fae-sim-ilet
of our signatures attached, in its advertise'
We the undersigned Banks and Bankers will
pay all Frites drawn in the Louisiana State Lot
teries which may be presented at our counters.
JT. II. OGI.KSBT, Pres. In. tfntlonnl Ilk
-. LAWAUX, President Stute Nut 'I Bk,
A. BAM W IN, Pres. N. O. National Dk.
CARL KUIIN. Pres. Union Nnt'l Itnnk.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! Ovei
Half a Million distributed!
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY
Incorporated In 1868 lor twenty-five years
by the Legislature for Educational and Char
itable purposes with a capital of 81,000,000
to which a reserve fund ol over 8650.000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its Iran
oVlse was made a part of the present Btate
Constitution adopted December 2, A.D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
by the people of any State.
earlt never scales or postpones.
Its Urand Single Nam bar Drawings take
placo monthly, aud the Seml-Annual Draw
ings every six months (June and December).
"A Hplfiidlil opportnulty to win
Fortnne. Ninth Grand Drawing, class I, In
the Academy of Music, New Orleans, TUES
DAY, 8EPT. 9, 1887-20Sth Monthly Drawing.
Capita! Prize, $150,000.
NOTICK.-Tickfits are 210 only : Halves. 85.
Filths. $2: Tenths. Jl.
iiist or prises,
1 CAPITAL PRIZE ol...150,000....8160.000
1 GRAND PRIZK of. 60.000 60,000
1 GRAND PRIZE of. 20,000 20,000
2 LARGE PRIZES of...... 10,000 20,000
4 LARGE PRIZES of 6,000 ..... 20,000
20 PRIZES Of. 1,000...... 20,000
50 " 600 25,000
100 " 800..-.. 80,000
200 " 200 40,010
600 " 100...... 60,000
100 Approximate Prizes of 1300 130,000
100 ' 200 20,000
100 " 1M) 10.000
1.00U Terminal ' 60...... 60,000
3,179 Prizes, amounting to $535,000
Appuoauon lur raiea to ciuos snouiu ne
made only to tho omce of tte company in
For further information write clearly, glv
ing full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Money Orders, or Now York Exchange in or
dinary letter. Currency by express (at our
M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La.,
Or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. 0.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANB NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
KG IT1 G ITI DCi Generals Denuregard
and Early, who are In charge of tho drawings,
is a guarantee of absolute lalrness and integ
rity, that tho chances are all equal, and that
no one can possibly divine what numbers will
draw a Prize.
KEKKMBER that Four National Banks
guarantee the payment of Prizes, and that all
tickets bear the signature ol tbe President
of an Institution, whose franohlse is recog
nized In the highest Courts; therefore, beware
ol any Imitations or anonymous schemes.
I will offer at publlo auction, on the prem
ises, corner of Union ami Hneruwl .front, emu i.
Saturday, Sept. 10,
the following property: Two-story Doable
a one storjr lonblo Frame CoUiwecon-
iHiuiug juur rooms: lot oo oy ioj reett good
clBtern and outbuildings.
Sale will take place at 2 o'olock p. m. Terms
made known on day of sale.
A. F. THOKAS,
23dl5t Fxocutor ot ,0. n. Thomas.
ROME UNDER NERO
Bv iha Orrf p nf nMt-.-t..
The most MagnMoynl open air Bpeotaoular.
nutorloal, and BlbUoal Drama eTerBlT.n, fr
surpassing; " The VoU ofBabylon." Over 1.300
L1DRBTTO, by mall, 13 OenU,
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES, includluir
admission ticket, (or sale by U VSl rdj.
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.
J. 1 . STUB i
PRICED HOUSE IN TOWN!
JnLl i iT i o.
New Prunes per pound...... ..-. 6
I dozen large Pickles-. .. 5
Plo-nlo Hams, per pound... , H
to lbs. Mason County or Maysville Fam-
lly Flour.....r... i 00
Mustard Sardines (large) 10
2 boxes OU Sardines. ..- 15
20 pounds good. Brown Sugar. 1 00
1 pound good, Koasted Coffee .. 23
2 bars Soap -...........
I gallon best N. O. Molasses. 69
8 sheets Fly Paper.... 10
fflce cold watermelons always on Ice.
Two farms for sale. One In a mile of Paris,
containing 4I6 acres, subject to division.
Good house nnd very large tobacco barns ou
each part. The other seven miles from Paris
and three Irora North Middlotown, contains
218 acres divided in nearly equal parts by turn-
glke. On each is a good tobacco barn and
ouse; one an elegant residence with all nec
essary out-bulldlngs and other improve
ments. The land on eaoh farm being In a
high state of cultivation and all being fresh.
This land will be gladly shown to persona de-
uuu surma lor looacco ana siocc rais-
J.P.?:. N tnls lan(l ha good'runnlng water.
Will be sold at prices to suit the times.
GEO. M. & B. F. BEDFORD, JR.,
nl9dltwU Ex'ra Geo. M. Bedford, dea'd.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Tho only S3, 8EAMXKSS
Shoe In the world.
Finest Calf, perfect fit, and ,
wruicu, yUDETOS, UUUOQ
and Lxce, all styles toe. As 4
.jmu nou UUIHUIO M
loose cottlnirza or a. .
oa.oo huui: excels
ino w onoes aarcr-
jjwjq 07 oiuer
itUHJ IaIimb at .h flfca. 1
Hoys all wear the W. I,. DOUGIuS.8 3 SHOE.
It your dealer does not keep them, send your came on
postal to Y. Jm SHiUatAX, itrockton, Mass.
For sale by AM. ROGERS, 41 Second Btroe
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The organs of both small
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Besides 'tis pleasant to the
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uu, iu opruoe uu, jxew .xoric, can lqara me
exact cost of any proposed line ol Advertis
ing In American Newspapers. wiee-rns;e
Panphlot, 10 cents.