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TUESDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 1, 1887.
Tns news from Ohio point to a Demo
cratic victory next Tuesday.
Should Powell win over in Ohio next
Tuesday, the victory would shelve Fora
ker for a while at leant
Eldbr E L. Powkll, of Louisville, dab
been nppoinjed a member of the inter
denominational committee selected to at
tend the Washington Conference of tho
Just what has been known all along.
Thobedoes not claim he received more
votes than Speaker Carlisle, but bases his
hopes of success upon alleged violations of
the election laws of the State.
Oot of about 2,500 presidential offices
in the country, Cleveland has filled all
but 350 with Democrats. And these
"holdover" Republicans will all walk
the plank when the proper time arrives.
A Republican , victory in Ohio next,
-week will sound tho death knell to Sher
man's Presidential hopes. It would givo
Forakor such a boom for second placo
that the Shermanites would never bo
able to counteract it.
Jefp Davis is a right nice old man, bat
there is no need of the South dragging
him to the front every now and then.
He is a relic of tho " Lost Cause," and
the bitter memories of the past are only
revived every time hois brought from his
Tins country can boast of the largest
locomotive works in the world. They
.are the Baldwin at Philadelphia, and
are cipablo of turning out six hundred
locomotives a year. The next largest are
at Berlin, with a capacity of three hun
dred p. year. .
The demand for railroad cars has been
something unprecedented this year. Tho
.shops of one company are now turning
out forty cars everyday, and an order for
five hundred additional cars had to be
placed with outside builders to supply
the company's demands. All this is evi
. dence of prosperous time3.
The present year will no doubt go
on record as the second greatest year for
railroad building ever known in this
ountr. Since the first of January 5,
001 miles of track have been laid. In
1882, during the corresponding time, 8,
081 miles were laid. The third greatest
year was 1881, when, up to October, 5,340
miles of track1 had been laid.
ANexchangosays: "If the Republicans
elect their ticket in New York and For
aker carries Ohio by an increased major
ity, Mr. Blaine will come to the front and
take command of the Republican party I
and will be nominated for President next
year, with Foraker for Vice President. If
the Democrats are successful in New
York it will mean the retirement of Mr.
Blaine ancf the advancement of Allison,
who is now in the East answering that
ablo free-trade speech he made iu Con
gress a dozen years ago.
Death of Hon. Keene Frichard.
Hon. Keeno F. Prichard, one of the
eminent lawyers and politicians of Eas
tern Kentucky, died at his residence in
-Catlettsburg nt eiht o'clock lsst Saturday
'evening after a few days' illness of
-paralysis of the brain. He was about
fifty-five years of ne, and his wife, two
married daughters and a grown son sur
vive him. He was a member of the
Baptist Church. j
Among the Democratic politicians of
this Congressional district the deceased
, took a prominent rauk. He was well
known here, and the news of his sndden
death will be heard with sincere regret. (
Asa lawyer, he was considered one of
best and most successful in the Big
8audy Valley. i
"Water Famlno in Ohristian County,
The drouth the past three or four
months in this State has been almost un
precedented. The dry spell set in early
and has been a protracted and very severo
one in many sections. In some portions
oi tho State the drouth lias not yet been
broken. A special from Hopkinsvillo
says: 'A water fumine prevails in Chris
tian County. But littlo rain has fallen
since the first of May, and the springs,
river8,cisternsand wells aro about nil dry.
The people are uneasy. Families are com
pelled to send their washing to Nashvillo
and Louisvilto laundries. Several fam
ilies who find water indespensiblo for
their purposes seud miles for it. This de
plorable stato of affaiiB has caused con
sidernhlo Ions to corn and tobacco. The
farmers aro disheartened, and stock roam
tho pastures vainly in search of water."
A BICYCLIST WRITES CONCERNING
The Alo of England, the Wines find
Absinthe of France, the Deer of Ger
many and the Coffee of Turfcoy Eng
lish Mixed Drink.
Whilst boor and alo might perhaps truth
fully be called tho national beverage of Eng
land even theso days, it is far lets so than it
waa some years ago. Englishmen aro taking
very kindly of lato to mixed drinks, and
drink almost as much whisky in proportion
to malt beverages as we do. The mixed
drinks of England differ vory materially,
however, from those of this country. Shandy
gaff, a mixture of ale and ginger, is a favorite
drink among English athletes and frequenters
of race courses and summer retorts. Another
odd inlxturo U known as dognose. Dognose
consists of two-thirds ale and one-third gin.
The consumption of dognose is confined
chiefly to the lower classes. It Is drunk mostly
by old topers, whose stomachs have swilled
beer and porter and alfaud'alf until these
comparatively mild beverages no longer suf
fice to satisfy their craving. The addition of
the fiery and penetrativo Old Tom makes a
combination that gnps home every time in
spite of their well seasoned condition.
The custom of driilking alo at moal times
in English families has made an unfavorable
impression among many American lady visi
tors. But there Is as much to bo said In favor
of it as against it, Mrs. John Bull rccipro I
cates with even more horror at our pitchors
of ico water on tho table. Mrs. John Bull
would seem to have on her sldo the best of all
arguments, too, a io buster constitution and
fewer fleshly ills than her ice water drinking
ACROSS TTTB ENGLISH CHANNEL.
What says Monsieur lo Frenchman across
the English channel? Beerl Takoitaway;
tho barbarous stuff, fit only for the gross
palates of Germans andAlbions. Whisky!
A little hotter; still altogether too gross and
solid for the mercuiiul Frenchman. His i
favorite tipplo is absinthe. This spirituelle '
beverage floats around in Fierro Macelotte's
nervous tystem, tingles the nerves and causes
him to feel patriotic and sans toucL It causes
him to shout out in his imagination "Vive la
FraucelMaud "On to Berlin." This is what
honest Fierro likes, and since absinthe brings
it about, he drinks a good deal of it Another
beverage is tea and rum, "The et mm" is a
favorite beverage with the French ladies, who
drop into cafes and sip it during the after
noon promenade or when out shopping. The
French table d'hote is familiar enough to
many of us here, with its inevitable bou telle
de vin ordinaire. This vln ordinaire, or com
mou claret, may rightfully bo considered the
national beverage of La Belle France, for
everybody drinks it. In tho common country
hotels it flows almost as free as water.
Passing Into Germany, it seems hardly
wot tu while to remind the reader of German
la;;er. Everybody knows what is the na
tional beverage of the Fatherland. Tho good
people of some German cities well nigh live
on beer. Tho women drink almost as freely
of ft as their husbmds and brothors. Tho
shopgirl or milliner' assistant iu Munich will
trip Into tho neighboring beer hall at noon,
and tnko for luncheon a quart mug of beer and
a piece of bread and a radish. In tho evening
she wanders ni'h her sweetheart into an al
fresco beer garden and passes hour after hour
listening t the baud and drinking beer. For
dinner she has probably consumed the second
or third quart of beer since morning and a
Frankfurter sausage sandwich. The natural
result of so much beer drfuldug in proportion j
to solid food taken is to give the people of
Munich a kind of flabby appearance, and to
make them drowsy. The whole city seems to
be in a cemi-coinatoso condition. The cab
men fall asleep so often on their boxes that
tho municipal authorities have found It neces
sary to Impose fines upon hackdrivers found
asleep at their post. Notwithstanding the
universal consumption of beer, however, the
Germans of tho wealthier class drink a good
deal of schnapps.
Beer holds its own all through Austria to
beyond Vienna, but wine and liquors usurp
tn throne again in Hungary. All down the
valley of tho Danubo below Budnpe&t the red
loam bluffs fairly oozo the rich wine of Hun
gary. Every town and village has Its adja
cent vineyards, and every village gosthausor
city hotel has an al fresco vino garden. Here
the good people congregate of an evening and
pass tho hours away drinking wine, gossip
ing and listening to tun weird music of a
Hungarian Gypsy band. A in France, the
Hungarian peasant makes merry on red wine
that only tho well to do of most countries can
afford to drink ad libitum.
Beer, wine and schnapps are common
enough all down through Slavoniaand the
lower Danublan province, but a change
takes place when ono gets fairly into the Bal
kan peninsula. One now gets among the un
speakable Orientals whose ways are not as
our ways. Sherbet, mastic and coffee ore tho
beverages of Bulgat iaf Itoumella and Turkey.
The former may be merely a glass of water
in which a lump of sugar has been dissolved,
lor may be a concoction of fruit, sugfBr
and rose water, or of various mixtures be
tween those two extremes, Tho drink called
mastio is said to be 'a preparation of Imported
Boston rum and gum mastic. It Is a vlls
Honor, and about as deadly as the "bug juice"
of tho Rocky mountain saloons, but makes an
agreeable tasting beverage when mixed with
several times its bulk of water,
Knhvay (coffee), however, is tho national
beverage of Turkey. It Is served in tiny
cups, holding no moro than a couple of table
spoonfuls each. Tho coffee, is ground into fine
flour and used with such liberality that the
beverage U qui to thick. It is served scalding
hot, and is imbibed by touching the lips cau
tiously to tho edge of the cup and sipping it
out with the weariness of a person who has
known all too often what It is to burn tho
mouth. Thomas Stevens in New York Mail
Vie Claims lie Did Ifot Uuu Awny Inter
Attitig Developments Pro'inlicd.
Bkdvoud, Ind., Nov, 1. Deputy Sheriff
Robert Day arrested Ziba Adamson Satur
day on the charge of embezzlement. Tho
grand jury found the bill wnek before last.
This brings up the celebrated Blackburn
Adamson case. Ho is ono of tho principal
actors in that caso. He skipped tho country
at that time to avoid arros
Adnmcnn uim Administrator for several
4 estates, aud during his abtMice ho sont his
bondsmen a bona ror a uooti tor a targo
tract of land in Indian Cieek township, to
I ro mbitrso them for tho money they would
or were to pay for bis shortage. He- came
back to this county about a year ago, and
then bis bondsmen demnndod possession of
the real estate He refused. There is a
case now, pending in the circuit court for
possession. They paid his shortage, but did
not do away with tho crime of embezzle
ment, so they wont before the grand jury
and had Adamson indicted.
Tho sheriff wont with Mm to Indian
Creek township Saturday afternoon to get
ball, and they i ode ovor the whole eastern
partof the'townshtp, but failed to get bond.
As tho sheriff started to jail with Adamson
bo said to John Pinks on: "You said the
jail door would never close behind me." He
also aked tho sheriff to shoot him, and on
the road said ho would toll his side of the
story; that he was innocent, and the guilty
ones were free, "I never ran away from
this county; I was run away," he said, and
promised for the future some interesting
reading that will implicate several gentle- t
men in high standing tn this county, m
now lios in jail and refuses to eat anything.
A Highly SaeOMsful Snk.
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. t About 10:30
this morning an unknown sneak thief en
tered the ofllce of the park commissioners
in City hall, and stole a bag containing
$3,200 during the temporary absence of the
secretary. Gen. William F. Rogers, who had
obtained the money, to pay off the park em
ployes. Tho thief made a dash down stairs
and got away with the plunder. This Is tho
last day in office of Gen. Rogers as secre
tary of the board, he having resigned to ac
cept th superintondenoy of the Soldier
A spirited Debate.
New York, Nov. 1. Rev. Dr. MoGIynn
and John Lloyd Thomas, of Baltimore, had
a spirited dobato at the Cooper Union Sat
unlay upon the relative importance to hu
manity of prohibition and the single land
tax. Tho bouse was filled. At the conclu
sion of Dr. McGlynn's speech, it was evi
dent that his opponent was no match for
him either In argument or oratory. Mr.
Thomas confined himself to making a speech
in favor of prohibition and presented few
arguments relative to the single tax theory.
Four Men lustmutly Killed.
Nkw Yobk, Nov. 1. It is learned that
on explosion at McQalnesvllle, N. J., oc
curred at the Firsite powder mills, situated
Hopatoong, N. J. Four men were instantly
killed and it is believed many injured. In
tense excitement prevails. A crowd has
gathered the debris.
Pithy Points Prom Washington.
We have the Btatemont from ono of
Fleming County's most prominent and re
liable citizens that never since he bus
lived then, amd tbat haa been all bis life,
has there been anything approaching the
good times they are having sinco prohi
bition went into effect.
Poople who mver before had a barrel
of flour in their houses, now have them
and women who scarcely had a new
calico dress a year, may now bo seen with
new dresses on.
Now who can find it in their hearts fo
begrudge these poor people these simple
necessaries and comforts, and to wish
ever again to Raddle on them the terrible
enormity and curse of rum.
Just as certainly as temperance mid
frugality lead to prosperity and plenty,
and intemperance and vice lead to pmiper
inm aud crime, just bo sure is it that prohi
bition does away with whisky and three
leuged chairs, and puis whole furniture
and barrels ot flour in their stead.
Tho proof ifl positive from all eertions
where prohibition baa carried off the
groat gain to prosperity, to peace and
quiet, and, indeed, to everything which is
of value and good report among men.
A Foolish Question.
Violent rain-storm crowded street-car
- hanrisotaae lady and gentleman on plat
form : Gentleman (to those inside) Cau
vou squecxe a lady iu there? Chorus of
Mtil Voices Yea, certainly. Lady goes
in gets squ eied.
For ' worn-out," " run-down," de
bilitated school tenchera, milliners, seams
tresses, housekeepers, and over-worked
women generally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Peremption is tho best of all restorative
tonics. It is not a Cure-all," but ad
mirably fulfills a singleness of purpose,
being a most potent Specific tor all those
Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases pecul
iar to women. It is powerful, general
na well as uterine, tonic and nervine, and
imparts vigor and strength to the whole
system. It promptly cures weaknesses
of stomach, indigestion, bloating, weak
back, nervous prostration, debility and
sleeplessness, in either sex. Favorite
Prescription is sold by druggists nnder
onr positive guarantee. See wrapper
around bottle. Price $1 a bottle, or bIx
bottles for $5
A large treatise on Diseases of Women,
profusely illustrated wijh colored plates
and numerous wood-cuts, sent for ten
cents in stamps.
Address, World's Dispensary Medical
Association, CCS Main Street, Buffalo,
Try London's City Bnttor Crackers.
School books and school supplies upon
most favorable terras, at G. W. Blatter
mun & Co's.
The latest styles of wall paper and cell
inx decorations, at J. 0. Pecor & Co.'s
druc and book store.
This is the time to have your photo
graphs takon. Just received, new back
grounds, and accessories, gotten from
the lato convention at Chicago, at
This popular remedy never falls to
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And nil discuses arising1 from n
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
Tlic natural result JsKOotlaupctlto
Hiulrtollil llt'Mli. Doho small t elegant
ly suurcontvd mid natty to swallow.
fin's Pills l mi k m
"lxrANTKD-2ii,000 live turkeys. Highest
Y V market pi ice paid.
dif F. H.TKAXBI A CO.
WANTED -LndleMor oar Kail andGhrlrt
masuade, to tnke light, pleasant work
at their own homes. 81 to $3 per day can be
quietly made. Work sent by mall any dis
tance. Fan Kulars free. .Nooativa&slnK. Ad
drefsatonce.UltESUKNr ARC CU., 147 Milk
street, Uoslou, Mass. Bojc 6170.
XNTrNIHNQ ADVERTISERS should ad
drew GEO. P. ItOWKLL & CO., 10 tiprnoe
street, New York City, for Detect list of 1,'Ot)
newspapers. Will be Rent iree on application,
FOR KENT My residence on Forest ave
nue. Fire rooms and kitchen, eeod cel
lar. Apply loU.F.McCLANAUAN. nldiw
OR BAtiK-aoodbnlldlnglotsin this city,
awrorn $. u io 3.dh per toot, i mo per
031031 .IU. tT, tUlUUiUl'K.
FOR 8 LK PRIVATELY -76 or 100 acres to
suit purchaser. Uood Improvements and
lort-flvencrea of good, early-growing wheat
on same. Possession given Immediately, GEO,
WOOD, uear Waablgton,Ky JmodAw
TCOR HALE-My reel deuce on Weit Hecond
Jf Htreet. A. U. THOMPSON.
POK HALE OR RENT-The desirable rest
I? dence now occupied by Mr Bauvary on
tne south Ride of Kant Fourth 8 tree t; ou easy
terms; posseoaloa given October iHt
sUlIf OIIARLKS PHISTKR.
STRAYT3D A very pale rid XTclerney cow,
Holld color. Hmvlltst cow In Mayavlllo,
Liberal reward lor return of same to Robert
We nrn authorized to announce that
W.C.PBLUAM Is a candidate lor the offloe
of Mayor ut the January electlou, 1888.
We are authorized to announce tbat E. K,
PBAttUK. JR.. isa candidate lor re-election
to the ofllce of Mayor at the Januar elec
rORTHKASURBB AMD COlLBCrjR
Wo are authorised to announce tht F.U.
TRAXBL Is a candidate for Collector and
Treasurer at the city election to be held the
nret Mouday in January, 1888.
We are authorized to announce tbat O. B.
LKACU Is a candidate for re-election to the
office of Collector and Treasurerjat the Jaua
ary electlou, 18
We 'are authorized to annonnoe A08TIN
HOLMtttS as a candidate for Collector and
Treasurer at the January election, 1S8S.
We are authorized to announce that W. B.
DAWBON is h candidate lor the office of City
Marshal, at the Januarr election. lt&
Wear authorized to announce that JAMES
HKFLIN is a candidate lor re-election to the
office of City Manual At the January election,
We are authorized to announce O. M.PHIB
TER as a candidate for re-elect Ion totbe office
of Wharfroaster ai the Jauuary election, 1S&.
DRY GOODS !
J. W. SPARKS & BRO.,
No, 24 Market street, put on
sale this day great bargains Jin
Dress Goods, Cloaks, Jackets,
Underwedr, Hosiery, Gloves,
Twenty-five pieces Dress Goodseduced
from 30 cents to 16 cents per yard;
Two hundred Jackets, with Hoods, at
an inside price ;
Ladles' fine Merino Vests at 46 and"5C
Gentlemen's Medicated Underwear,
very fine, at $1 ;
Ono hundred Bed Oomforta at75&, 90s.,
$1 00, $1.25 and $1.50 each;
Five thousand yards of Jeans Io be
sold at wholesale prices;
4 4 Floor Oilcloths 25, 30 and 35 cents ;
Latest styles Dress Trimmings cheap;
Big bargains in Flannels, Blankets,
Ginghams, Prints and Muslins;
Fifty cents buys the best white Shirt
in this city.
8&Our prices are always the lowest I
24 Market Street.
To Fnltclt order lor onr reliable Nursery
Btock. Uood Halnry mul (xperjhtHorcommW. j
slo , IVrmtnjnt employment guaranteed,
Addrp'HHi once, Mt tlngHge. ,
i HNI5LL& ROWLAND, Nurfcorymon,
&20vJin Bt. Louis, Mo, '
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
arrangements for all the Monthly ana Qeml
Annual Drawings of the Louisiana 8taU Lot-
urv vetnpany, and in person Manage and eon
trot the Drawings lhtmselves and that the sams
are oonductd. with. AmiufD, jrut. m
goodjaith toward all parties, and we authorixs
th Company to me this otrttficaU, with foe-tin
ties of our signatures attached in its advertise 4
We the undersigned JBanke and Bankers wtt
pay all JPrUr drawn in the Louisiana State Let
itrUe which a y be presented at our counter.
J. IT. OO : it y Prcfi, La. National Bfc
P. LAN AT. President Ntnterlnl'l Bk
A. BAM TV, i'ren N. K National Hk
CAKL Kit v. Pre. Talon Wat' I liaak,
UNPHKt liGKrBD ATTRACTION it Ovar
Hall a Mllll- dlHtrlbuUd!
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY
Incorporated In 1868 lor twenty-flve yeoai
by the Legislature for Educational and Char
itable purposeswith a capital or $ 1,000. (K
to which a reserve rand ol over 1660,000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote lta fra
oVIbo was made a part or tho present State
Constitution adopted December!, A.D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
by the people of 'any State,
writ never scutes er postpones
lis Urand Hlngle Number Drawl nea talcs
place monthy, and the Bornl-Annual Draw
ings every six months (June and December)
A Npleutllil oniiortnnlty to win a
Fortune. I lth Grand Drawing, class L, la.
the Academy of Mnlct New Orleans. TUES
DAY, NOV. 8, 18$7-2:0th Monthly Drawing
Capital Prize, $150,000.
NOTICE. Tioketa are 110 only; Halves. $o
nrthg.12: Tenth 9i.
Uai or Prises.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE 01.4160,000 150.089
1 GRAND PKIZK of...... 60,000..:... CO.O09
1 GRAND IUZK Of. 30.0UO 2JiJ6i
'J LiAKUil ntJZiEH or.M
4 UAROK PmZBSof.-...
20 PRIZKS ofWMMMMWM. .
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100 Approximate rnte of I300. ...... I3UM9
iiw 200 , a$S
ioo ioo . lojm
1.C0O Terminal " 6C. &MS9
S.178 Prises, amounting to.......$58S,009
Application lor rates to clubs should be
made only to the offloo of tt company In
For further Information write clearly, glv
in foil address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Money Orders, or New York Hxohange In or
dinary letter. Currency by express (at our
M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans. Iu,
Or M. A. DAUPUIN, Washington, D. 0.
Address Registered Letters to
NKW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
audKarly, who art In charge or tho drawings,
la guarantee of absoluto lair new ana Integ
rity, that the chances are all fqual.nnd thai
nooneenn possibly dlvinewhatnumbers will
draw a Prise.
It KMK Mil Kit that Four National Baafcs
nuarautee the payment of Prizes, and that all
tickets bear the big nature ol the Piesldent
of an Institution, whose Iranohlso is recog
nised in tlin highefll Courts ; therefore, beware
ol any Imitations oranonyxnous schemes.
Opera House, To-night,
The Ladles' Favorite Stars.
L H. HUNTLEY,
and a company of American Artists. Cham
Slon Drill Band of American Musicians. A
rand Orchestra of American Hololstn. Un
der the roauaaement of J. M. GILBISIIT
3rTHlB EVENING will he presented the
beautiful Bomuntlo Irish Drama in five acta,
Change of programme each night. Adnata
Ion 15, .5 and 85 oetiU. Dou't fall to see the
Great Band Drill each day at 11 o'clock.
orraaU Mntlaee Halurdny,
WE ARE GIVING
In tho Grocery Line-tho Best
Goods for the Least
1 Ballon new crop N. O. Molasses,H.... fS
fl nnnnrlt Ni ot Itnntrwliruif Flnnr IS
-10 pounds beat Kloox........ ....,....,.. 1 OS
u pounni new uriea Appiefj- M ... s
1 pound new Praties .... Y S
8-pound bnckst of Jolley .; -........ IS
2 pounds newMlnoe MeaU .., it
1 pnnnd Kome-mado'Mlnoe Moat,w.... IB
1-qnart ran Maple flyrnp .,.. 25
Fine Pannnna, por dozen....... .....16JM
bweetesl Florida Oranges, pordoEeru,. 30
K, b. Call and &ee oar new rnh roglator.
lleadquarters for Turkey, Oysters, Ueleir anS.
Craoberrltw, and all kinds oiQame and Poul
try. L. HILL.
TVR. W, II. ANDiSKHON,
PHYSICIAN" and SURGEON.
Ofllce at urn store. ovdGo
1triS ANNA M, FBAZAR
37 Seooad street, dealer in
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MILLINERY,
School Bupplle, eta, (Jail and examine my
new line oi Fall and Winter Gfols.
Dm, 'MoNutt & Phillips ha uee dissolved.
Dr. MoNutt can hi found hereafter at his of
ncef oppoalto the Plrtt 13uptls,t uhnrmi, on
Market itrtet, 10-121
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