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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosser & McCarthy,
RATES OF 8UBHCRIITI0N.
The Daily Boi.lktin'wIH bo delivered to
any part ol the city at 6 cents a week, or one
year for 83.
Thk Dailt Bulletin to any postofflce In
the United States, postage prepaid, nt twenty'
five cents per month or three dollars per year.
FRIDAY EVE., SEPT., 23. 1887.
Millkkbburq will resist the removal of
the Kentucky Wfcaleyan Collego from
that placo to Winchester, and will appeal
to the courts. That has been expected
TnB recent grand jury of Christian
County returned eigthy-one indictments
for violations of the local option law. If
prohibition laws don'tprohibit, they make
business for the lawyers.
Tub Southern Methodists at their re
cent conference at Covington passed res
olutions Betting aside the 12th day of No
vember as a day of special prayer for the
advancement of the temperance causo.
Tub people of West Union, 0., pledg
ed some $50,000, and the right of way
to secure the extension of the railroad
from Georgetown to that place. Colonel
Ingalls, President of the company, says
there will be no extension, but would
probably oporate the line about twenty
two miles if the people were to expend
$250,000, or such a matter, the entire
cost of itS'construction.
The recent Kentucky Conference of
the M. E. Church, South, at Covington,
Ky., passed the following:
Whereas, Great evils bavejgrown out of
excursion trains run to camp meetings upon
Resolved, That this conference disavows all
connection with,', and all responsibility for,
camp moeltngs whoso gates aro opened upon
the Sabbath day.
From the opinion of camp meetings in
this section, conference would have done
woll to have made the resolution more
Fitost the home of Mr. Randall and
from that strenuous Democratic journal,
tho Philadelphia Record, comes the fol
lowing, the truth of which few men in
this county will question :
" Now that Mr. Carlisle has formally
announced himself us a candidate for re
election to the Sneakershin. that matter
may bo looked upon hb practically set
tled. Among all the able and fair men
who have occupied the Speaker's chair
not one w.ib abler or fairer than John G.
Carlisle. This much has been admitted
by his political opponents."
New Officers of Grand Lodge, K. of P.
The Grand Lodge of Kentucky, K. of
P., elected the following officers for the
ensuing year, Wednesday, at Lexington :
I'Ast Grand Chancellor W. N. Rudy, this
Grand Chancellor H. H. Abernathy, Hop
klnsvllle. Grand Vice Chancellor John W. Carter,
Grand Prelate W. C. Qulnby, Dayton.
Grand Keeper of Records and Seals Wade
Grand Master of Exchequer George W.
Grand Mastor of Arms J. W. Pryor. Lex
ington, Grand Inner Gurd George Glendou, Cov
ington. Grand Outer Guard L.GiIgg, Dayton.
Supreme Representative Geoigo Fewlass,
Grand Trustees W. O. Ford, Covington;
Lewis Rosen Walter, Fulton; Julius Johns,
" Throw Physic to the Dogs "
When it is the old-fashioned blue mass,
hi lib pill flort, and insist on tiBJng Dr.
Pierce'B "Pleasant Purgative Pellets," a
modern medical luxury, being small,
sugar-coated grannies, containing the Ac
tive principles of certain roots nnd 'herbs,
and which will be found to contain as'
much cathartic power as auy of tho old
fashioned, larger pills, without the lat-
ter's violent, drastic effects. Tho pellets!
operate thoroughly but harmlessly, es
tablishing a permanently healthy action
of tho stomach and bowels, and as an
anti-bilious remedy aro unequaled.
"lap expense of running the County
Infirmary of Brown County, O , the past
year amounted to over $0,300. There
were eighty-five paupers on hand the
last of August, of whom twenty-seven
were harmless lunatics.
Y6u cannot afford to waste timo in ex
perimenting -when your lungs aro in
danger. Consumption always seems, at
first, only a cold. Do not permit any
doaler to impose upon you with some
iuw.1u.HUh vi . .... , ""ri8utfr,ranulatedB
COVOrV for Consumption, COUgllS and1Hn!Er.r.nwiIKl.nflrI
colds, but be sure you get the genuine
Because he can make more profit ho may
tell you ho has something just as good,
or juBt tho same. Don't bo deceived, but
insist upon getting Dr. King's New Dis
covery, which is guaranteed to givo relief
in all throat, lung and chest affections,
Trial bottlo free at tho drug stores of J. 0.
Pecor & Co., and S. P. Campbell & Go.j
of Aberdeen Ohio.
Bncklcn's Arnica Valve.
Tho best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions, and
positively cures piles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cqnta
per bos. For sale by J. 0. Pecor & Cb
The 70th O. V. I. reunion takes place hero
Ootober 20th and 21st.
Misses Young and Galbralth, ol Ripley, 0.,
wcro the guests of Mrs. O. L. Marvin ttunday
Mrs. R B. Wilson returned from a week's
vMt to her sou at Cincinnati on Tuesday
Mrs. Wm. Klllen returned Wednesday from
a vl it to herdaughter,Mrs. Darnall. of Man
Wo understand that Thorn os Simons and
family have gone tioutti to spend the winter
New goods Just arrived at the drug store.
Call In and tixamlno and inquire prices.
Hearty welcome to all.
Miss M.E. Power, of Dover, Ky., was visit
ing the famiiy of Captain J. U. Power this
Week, returning home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Miller aro the guesta of
Hon. Jessie Ellis, havifiK'arrlvod Weduesday
evening from their wedding tour.
"Henry Guthrie, of Lexington. Ky.. brother
of Or. J. W. Guthrie, was expected here last
night on a visit to his family, who are guesta
at the Doctor's.
Ellis & Stewart keep on band a Urst-class
stock ot groceries, and you can't And any
cleverer men on earth to deal with, ourto
ous and accommodating Is their motto.
The signs were prominent but no candi
dates were visible to our eyes Tuesday, even
ing. Bo rntny weary people Is, generaly
speaking. Indicative of candidates in the
At the residence of Mr. Calvert, a recent ar
rival here, by 'fqulre Bcasley, I ee A. Triple tt
and Miss Mary W. Breeze, both of Fleming
County, Ky., were encircled with the matri
monial lassoo 'Xuesday last.
Dyas Gilbert, Republican candidate for
County Treasurer, was band-shaking In town
Monday. Mr. Gilbert Is a nice, clever gentle
man, but Is on the wrong side of the political
fence to ever handle the public lunds.
What We Saw While Rustlcating-Elght
men. and n few bovB thrown In. watcbltw one
man lay a stone pavement and listening to
Col. D. B. Reedor explain the mysteries of
basobtll from a scientific stand point lean
ing against a telegraph pole.
At the regular meeting of Power Camp
bell Camp, No. 161, Sons of Veterans,
Tuesday night, there were several applica
tions plod lor membership. This- order Is
growing rapidly, and bids lair to make quite
a preben table nppeniance In tho parade at the
soldiers' re-unlon to bo held here October 20th
I and 21st.
On Tuesday morning last Mr. Wm. Miller,
a prominent young merchant doing business
at Peebles, Adams County, Ohio, and Miss
Kate Ellis, daughter of Hon. Jesso Ellis, took
a boggy ride to Georgetown, where they were
I united In marriage. Their hosts of friends
I wllljoln with tho Bulletin iu wishing them
a prosperous anu nappy me voyage.j
It Is a fact beyond all doubt that the Daily
Bulletin Is by odds the most popular paper
coming to this berg. Thereareten toonemoie
of them than any other paper delivered here
dally. And Johnuy, the carrier, with his
Jockey cap, Is only second to tho Daily In
popularity. We guess he has never been
crossod In love, nnd that accounts for It.
M. J, McCarthy was doing our city Monday.
We have known Mc from childhood's days
and know him to be straight as a gouge and
clever as can be. Although not school mates.
we have bucked over miny a game of " fat
and go last." But whether we could boat Mc
' playing tads or out-counting him, memory
uon't distinctly say ai mis uisiant penoa.
One by one the rosos fall. The absorbing
topic Is who is going to skip over the matri
monial traces uext. The rumor of several
marrluges In prospect, but whether the boys
will stand fire or not Is another matter. It
Is no use to warn the them that marriage
is a solemn institution. IThey will bo
fully rcu Jzed when they are tr.vlnu
to bu Id a die on a forty degree below zero
morning, especially when the chimney hits
! 'alien in the flue during the night.
I .. ... '...-.. i ml.. . ....
airs, vy . u. ounuu una kuu. una, imuuueii
the Manchester lair Weduesday. Master
Oils wa one of the contestants in the rldlug
mutch aud for the second t'me at tho same
fair carried ofl theflrstpremlum. There were
lour contestants In the match but Master
Otis by his superior riding won the premium
and prize money. To say that ho is u won
derful rider for one of his age Is drawing It
I iniiu as uib numerous muicnes lesiuy ai-
I ways coming out flrt best over his com
petitors. On Inst Monday evening a young man by
the name of Porter, In whom the milk ol hu
manity Is certainly below ebb, buggy whip
ped the seven-year-old sou of John Huron
until the blood flowed. It seems that some
young, men were calling Porter names and
they were too big presumably to tackle aud
I so he Jumped aboard of the little fellow aud
whipped him nnraerclfullv. Only for the
Interference of the bystanders no doubt he
; would have beaten the child to death. On
bing arraigned before Mayor Carr he was
, tine i 91. and costs a light sentence for such
I Programme to be rende-ed by the Y. P. p. S.
at M. E. Church to-night: .
Scripture Lesson .........., Leader
Reading -Bertie Nelson
Essay .Jennie Ellis
Reading Edith Heaton
Recltntlon -Anna Hudson
Instrumental Solo Mrs. R. C. Brookover
Recitation . ..S. M. Fulton
Vocal Solo .. ...Frank Ellis
Reading .. Will Fulton
Recitation .Sir 8. L. Turnlpseed
Closing Remarks .......'.... Rev. Fulton
I Cornet Solo Elder Park Stewart
urganisi , i. r. urns
Leador U. Y. Smith
M. B. McKkell has his house full of
newly-bought goods, which be is soiling
at a very close margin. He invites
special attention to his line of carpets,
cloaks and wraps. His advertisement
elsewhere should bo read by all.
'September 1887, to the wife of Robert Mc
Glone.of this county, a son. Weight, twelve
pounds. ri . . .
a rtJEMIHHBD BT W. Ar JtOKTOW.
yesterday's Closing October wheat, 70;
corn, ,41. December wheat, 72, May corn.
To-day's Opening October wheat, 70 60y.,
I: corn. 41. i'i December wheat. 73. T2A.
70; corn,, 41,
May corn, 41X.M&
Molasses, new crop, nor sal ..
.!.. J.. i. .- -
Borgum, Fancy New
Bturar. yellow fc lb...-
SUgar, extra O.. a.,............. ti
Sugar A. 11 ID ........... ........... 7
Hua&r. powdered, nor lb.
HOgar.New OrleanB, W 0.M,
Coal Oil, head light W gal . IS
Bacon, breakfast tt ffi. 14(315
Bacon, dear sides, per lb...... m lOml'i
Bacon, Uams, m. ...r.
Bacon, Shoulders, per s
XSQUIUP -T HKUMHMIIMtMIIIHMHHIMIhIH4WI
cmickenH, oacu .. MM
Flonr, Limestone, per barrel.. ,
Flour, Old Gold, per barrel
Flour, Maysvllle Fanoy, per barrel....
Floor, Mason County per barrel
iuour, jioyai.jt'aieni, per uurrei
Flour, Maysvlllo Family, per barrel.,
jriour, uranam, per saon...,
Flour, Uraham, per saou
Honey, per lb..
XXQTlVJi PUP IDtlHIHHMMIttliMtlMMHMIHmtllt
Homlnv. V) aallou......... .
Meal yi PQ03LM..............M.M.....M.......MMM
Lard, W w-m.m n
Onions, por pccb.mhwwh.h-hhmihwm
Poutnea w per peck . .....,.....
Appies, per peon ,
What a Street Car Driver Says. '
It makes a mighty sight of .difference with
i follow to know his horses. By always driv
ing the saiiio team the horses get so that they
know what you are doing. Some men cannot
drive a team on tho road at all unless they
have a polo between tho horses, and a pole is
in awful nuisance in street car driving, es
pecially in cases of thi oatened accident. In the
loven years that I have been driving I have
had many narrow escapes by being ablo to
turn the horses quickly to ono sido or the
Other. You can't do that with a pole. I have
never had anything to happen to me beyond
the smashing of a window. That happened
once in front of the Astor house, where a
truckman was backing out with a. load. Tho
worst troublo we have is with the women who
jo out into tho middle of tho street and dodge
back and forth. If thoy would stand still we
fould know just what to do with our car and
our horses, but they make a dash across the
ttreet, then jump back, and then dash for
ward, and then make another dash back, so
that in the uncertainty of what they are go-
Ing to do it is a wonder that mo do not run
over a woman every day.
The goneral average of street car drivers
have their wits bo 'much about thorn that if a
person who happens to get in front of a oar
Will only stand still there is not the slightest
danger of his being run over. Most of the
men in Now York have come to understand
this, and you rarely bear of an accident ire
which a man is run over by a street car.
How many ieoplo do we take up and down
on the route? Well, that depends on the
hour of our trip. On this trip, on which I
itarted at 10 o'clock, we will probably have
eighty fares going down to the Battery,
later in the day coming up wo have as high
U 120, and from that on up to 160. Of course,
Kho more passengers we take on the harder it
fe to mako our trip on time and the mora
work it Is for the drivers. New York Trib
Couldn't Read His Own Handwriting.
During the war a quantity of personal
property belonging to a resident of Washing
ton was seized nnd confiscated by the United
States. For years tho original owner made
repeated attempts to securo an order for its
restoration from tho quartermaster who had
charge of it. But he was obdurate, and in
sisted that it should be restored only through
an act of congress. Still tho attorney for the
plaintiff persisted, and again he wrote to
Quartermaster General Meigs for an order of.
restoration. This was about the seventh at
tempt, and tho officer had grown impatient.
He wrote an exceedingly vigorous reply, tn
which ho emphatically refused to do as re
quested. Tho handwriting was frightful.
The attorney saw his chance. He hastened
to his client, and thrusting; the letter to him,
said, "I have succeeded at last Here is tho
order." The "order" was taken to the corral,
where the officer in charge recognized tho
signatuie and at once turned over the prop
erty. When Gen. Meigs asked what had be
come of it ho was told that it had been re
stored on his order. He saw the order, and as
he could not read it, ho simply said: "I do
not remember signing it." Boston Tran
script General Billet' New'rian.
Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 23. Gen. Mflos has
adopted a new plan to familiarize the troops
with the Indian country. A party of sol
diers has left Fort Huachur for Fort Apache,
250 railos north. They will bo pursued by
troops from all Southern Arizona posts. If
not caught before reaching Fort Apache,
they will turn about and try to catch their
pursuers, who will retreat upon Fort Hua
chua. Fnolflc Railroad InveHtlgatlon.
New York, Sept. 23. The members of
tho Pacific railroad commission were on
hand at 10 o'clock this morning to resume
their labors. Mr. Huntington was not. At
half post that hour he appeared. After
some desultory conversation Mr. Hiintiug
ton took tho stand and the examination into
tho different letters sent to Colton was again
Made Them Feel "feajlor.
New Yomc, Sept. HX The announcement
of the treasury department that it would
make daily purchases until October 8, ot
both four and four-and-a-half per cent,
bonds at 108.4 for the latter, and 125 for the
former, to tho extent of $14,000,000, and
would anticipate thopayment of $(T,'00,000
intoro.t due October' 1, without rebate, on
September 2J, caused a much bettor feol.ng
in financial and mercantile circles to-day.
Great Loss by Floods in Arlxona.
TuscoN, Ariz., Sept. 23 Citizens who
have returned from San Pedro, state that
all the 'crops on the bottom lands between
Mammoth and Benson have been entirely
destroyed by tho recent floods.' Fiolds of
growing curio and corn are now but a bed
of sand. Such a rush of waters have never
before been known. It will take several
years before tho rauohers can recover from
CniOAOO,' Bopt 28. The ihtorstato com
merce commission hold anothWeBsionin
this city yesterday land considered the
charges' against tile Central Vermont Rail
road company. It appeared that tho Boston
&. Albany Railway company and the Ver
mont State, grango complained of the Cen
tral Vermont company for obarging a leas
rate, In similar service', for a long than for
a short haul over its lines between, Boston
and Detroit, Milwaukee and Chicago. The
commission decided that tho ratei wereiillo
gal and ordered tho company to cease charg
ing more for the short than for the long
hauls. The commission adjourned to moot
An Kx-Ooyernor' Son Robbed,
CniOAOO, Sept. !. P. E. Scott, Jr., son
of ex-Governor Scott, of Arkansas, reported
to the police yesterday that he had been
robbed of 14,600 in notes and (500 in money.
Ho bad sold his Interest tn a business in
Kansas, and arrived at tho Tremont house
Tuesday on his way to Napoleon, O. That
evening ha went to the theater, and on re
turning to tho hotol found that a pocket
book, containing tho notes and money, had
boon stolon. It is supposed that his pookot
was picked in the crowd as he was leaving
WonCKSTKn, Mass., Sept. 3. The au
topsy on tho body of Lllllo Hoyle, found in
a barn in Oxford, falls to rovoal the cause of
her death. She was found to be pregnant,
but no abortion had been performed. It is
supposed that she was suffocated by the
shawl that was found wrapped around her
head, or that doa'h was caused by the use of
chloroform. There is no clew to the cause
pl her death,
We are authorized to announce that E. E.
PBARCE, JR.. is a candidate lor ro-eleotion
to the ofllce of Mayor at the January elec
FOR TREASURER AMD COLLECTOR.
We are authorized to aanounce that F. H.
TRAXEL Is a candidate for Collector and
Treasurer at tho city election to bo hold the
flint Monday In- January, 1888.
We are authorized to announce that O. B.
LKACU Is a candidate for re-election to the
offloo of Collector and Treasurorjat the Janu
ary election, 188.
We aro authorized' to announce AUSTIN
HOLMES as a candidate for Collector and
Treasu ror at the January .election, 1888.
Wo are authorized toannounce that W. B.
DAWSON is a candidate for the ofllce of City
Marshal, at the January election, 1888.
" We af autboflzoa" a annouUco th'aC jAWfca
HKFLIN is u candidate for rc-oleotion to the
office of City Marshal at the Januaryeleotlon,
WANTED-L&dies for oqr Fall and Christ
mas trade, to take light, nleasant'work
at their own homes. 81 to $3 per day can bo
quietly made. Work, sent by mall any dis
tance, jrarucuiars ireo. nucmnumiuK. Ad
dress at once, ORESCENT ARC CO., 147 Milk
street, Boston, Mass. Box 5170.
INTENDING ADVERTISERS should ad
dress GEO. P. ROWELL &. CO., 10 Spruce
street, "Stow York City, for select list of 1,U)0
newspapers. Will bo sent free on application.
FOR SALE A physician's medicine case,
in good oondltlou. Apply at ofllce or Dr.
P. G.8M00T, Masonic Temple
PUBLIC SALE I will Bell my residence at
publio auction Monday, September 23th.
bltuated-on north side Second street, Weit
End. Contains seven rooms, kitchen and cel
lar. Lot forty-five feet front. Runs back to
river. Good deed.
MRS. ANNIE D. FANBLER.
OR SALE My residence on West Second
Htreet. a. a. inuraroun.
T?OR SALE A farm of twenty-seven acres
I; on Jersey Ridge. Good Improvements.
Never-falling water. Terms easy. Apply, on
premises, to N. H. RICHARDSON. sl4dlo
OR BLE A nice ofllco desk
co desk, and long
W. W. HOLTON.
FOR SALE OR RENT-The desirable resi
dence now occupied by Mr Sauvary on
tho south sldo of East Fonrth street; on easy
terms ; possession given October 1st.
SlSdtf CHARLES PHISTER.
FOR BALK OR RENT Elegant two-story
brick resldeuee, Second street, Fifth ward.
All convenleceo. Apply to JOSEPH DIENER,
Market streeu s2dtf
FOR SALE Three lots, corner Second and
Button streots. on favorable terms, for
cash. a9dtl JULIUB CULBERTSON.
T?OR RENT A new.two-story Irnme cottage.
JD Contains five rooms and kitchen. Water
works In kitchen, sink also. Good cistern,
cellar and yard. Apply at this office. 23dtf
FOR RENT Good frame cottage on Third
street, south side, west of Wall. Flvo
rooms, porch and collar, water works. Ap
ply to JAMES REDMOND. s21dt0
T?OR RENT The old Goddard House on
J? corner of Market and Front. Will be In
complete repair and ready for occupancy as
an hotel by September 1st. Apply to WALL
& WORTHINGTON. 8dtf
FOR RENT Brick warehouse on Market
street formerly occupied bv Maltby,
Bently & Co. Apply to GEORGE T. HUN
031' Moaduy.night, on Sutton street, be
Ij tweon Front and Second, ncufT button,
about the size of a silver dime. Fancy work
on face. Please return to this ofllce und re
ceive reward. 821d3t
WASHINGTON OPERA HOUSE,
One Night Only
TUESDAY, September 27.
Hurry Hardy and Sam. Young's Com
edy Company, Hand aud
PHIL S. GREINER (the orlt
lnal Bad Bo)
supported by the
the laughable four-act comedy.
Tfie Bad Boy0
Different from all other versions. His Pa,
his Girl, his Sister's Beaux, the Grocery man,
the Policeman and Goat.
WWateh for the Bad Boy Parado.
Mr. HARRY HARDY, the eminent Cornet
Soloist, and who is recognized as one of the
finished Cornet Soloists of America, will ap
pear at each performance In a cbolco selection
"Note the prices 2". 35 and 50 centa. Seats
on sulo at Taylor's book store.
114 " II
WBdir Glass, .Faints, Oils,. Brashes",
Sponges, Soaps, jCombs, Per-
fumes, Tellet 'Articles, -
My stock1 of Pure Drugs and Chemicals is"
always complete. All at tho lowest prloes for
typrcscrlptleitfi a specialty at all
J. JAMES WOOD,
W u&- 3ST P DEI X
To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery
Stock. Good salary and Expenses or com
mission. Pormanent employment guaran
teed. Address at once, stating age, SNELL &
HOWLAND, Nurserymen, Sf, Louis. Mo. U16
The holders of Mason County Jail bonds
are boreby notified that on October 1st, 1887,
at the Bank qf Maysvllle, in Maysvllle, Ky.,
I will redeem bonds Nos. 1 to 28 Inclusive,
and thoy will present samo, with accrued in
terest, for payment; interest to cease after
said date. GARRETT B. WALL,
2O-w2,tU0t Treasurer Sinking Fund.
tiVVXlXXWa. all JtlMdtf, tUt ettee
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
" We do hereby certify that we tupervue ihi
arrangement for all the Monthly, an Semi
Annual Drawing of the Louisiana State Lot
tery Company, and in perton manage and con
trol the Drawing themielvct, and that thetame
are conducted with honesty,, fairneu, and in
good faUh Urward all par lie, and we authorize
the Company to use thi certificate, with fae-tim-
y ywr nfmmurc auacnea, inu aavern
il L. i F. j 1-- M r-
Jr4fAtd?-?rfc Blink Md JMniftjta(
pay atTIfitefUfaQrfiin the LouMaAA OtSutLel.
trie Mhnbybe pretexted at 4ur ewntr.
Il fiiwAUXeflat Htktfemi'S fife.
A. KAI.-WI.to,iiB.tW3I HtttltftttfrBk.
CAKIi J&ejEUr, JPkm. Ustteis Xal'l Bsak.
UNPRECEDENTED 'ATTRACTION! Over
Halrii Million distributed r ' i- ,
Incorporated in 1868 for twonty-flve years
by the Legislature for Educatlonaland Char
itable purposes with a capital of.81.000,000
to which, a reserve rand of over 9560,000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its fraa
oVlse was made a part of the present Btato
Constitution adopted December 2, A.D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
by the people of any State.
KB'ft never scale or postpone.
Its Grand Slnglo Number Drawings take
filaco monthly, and the Seml-Annual Draw
ngs every six months (June and December).
lUTA. Nplontllcl opportunity to win a
Fortune. Tenth Grand Drawing, class J, in
the Academy of Music, New Orleans, TUES
DAY, OUT. 11, 1887-209th Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
NOTICE. Tickets are 910 only ; Halves, 85:
Filths, 82: Tenths, I.
1.1st of Prlsen.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE of..fl50,000 8150,000
1 GRAND PRIZE of. . 50,000.:... 50,000
1 GRAND PRIZE of....... 20,000...... 20,000
2 LARGE PRIZES of...... 10,000 -20,000
4 LARGE PRIZES of. 5,000 3u0
20 PRIZES of. 1,000 . 20000
50 " 500 . 25,000
100 " 800 80.000
200 ' ..................... 200...... WJ0O0
600 " 100...... 60,000
100 Approximate Prizes of 1300 830,000
100 " " 200 20,000
100 ' 100 10.000
L0O0 Terminal ' 60 60,000
3,179 Prises, amounting to. 8535,000
Application for rates to clubs should be
made only to tho office of tte company In
For further Information write clearly, giv
ing rail address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Money Orders, or New York Exchange in or
dinary letter. Currency by express (at our
M. A. DAUPHIN, Now Orleans, La.,
Or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. 0.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
DakmamaUam"! ,no presence of
K6menflPer Generals Beauregard
and Early, who are in charge of the drawings,
Is a guarantee of absolute fairness and Integ
rity, that the chances are all equal, and that
no one can possibly divine what numbers will
draw a Prize.
KKHEMUER that Four National Banks
guarantee the payment of Prlzts, and that all
tickets benr the signature ol tho Piesldent
of an Institution, whose franchise is recog
nized In the highest Courts; therefore, beware
ol any imitations oranonymous schemes.
Pure Goods and Bottom Prices !
40 Ibs.'est Flour ...'.8I'M
2 lbs. best Jelly......... .. ' "5
4 lb, best Rice 25
1 lb. best New Prunes "5
2 cans American Sardines. 15
1 can large Mustard Surdities... ;. 10
1 gal. best Coal Oil 10
2 bars good Soap ... 6
600 Materiel........... ,8
2 lb. package Oat Meal.. 10
1 lb. cbolce Gunpowder Tea. 50
1 doz. qt. Mason Self-sealing Jars.. 1 20
Notk Purest Spices and the best Vinegar
for Pickling purposes.
FIRE) LIFE, MARINE.
Persons Wishing Fire, Life or MaHno Insur
ance will And it to their advantage, to consult
me before Insuring.
A. H. THOMPSON, Court Street.
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only 83 SKAMXES3
onoa ib vae worm.
test Calf, perfect (It, and
seated. Cbngrcs, Button Q
Ittce, allstfleatoe. A V
Mid Ijioc all itfli
HylUh and durable as
tboe coating So or 96. .
w. r.. duuulas
8.BO SUOK excels
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Boys all wear the W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE.
It your dealer doei not keep them, eend your name on
poiUl to W Zm DOUGLAS, JJrocktoa, Mass.
For sale by A.;M. ROGERS, 41 Second Btree
HOKRIKS A SON.
GUN AND LOCKSMITHS,
Repair Guns, Pistols, ,Looks, &c. Special at
tention paid to ropalrlng Sewing Machines.
Ofllco and Shop on East Second street.
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of Local Newspapers. Geo. P. Howell A
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