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DALLY EVENING BULLKTIN.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosser & McCarthy,
JiATEH OF SUBSCRIPTION.
The Daily Hai.i.ETiN will bo delivered to
any partnl ttiocliy at 0 cents u week, or one
year (or 8.'i.
Tun Daily Bulletin to any postomce In
the Uulted States, ostago prepaid, at twenty'
five cents per month or three dtllars per year.
WEDNESDAY EVEN'G.NOV.,16, lb 7.
Since tlielr recent de'ent in New York
the Republicans aro doint? lots of whist
ling to keep up their courage
GOVERNOR STKVKVd IN, of IoWB, BflyS
the late elections insure Cleveland's re
nominntion nnd re-electiou "beyond a
reasonable doubt." This is pretty strong
language coining from b Republican Stalo,
but it echoes a sentiment that is quito
Repuiilican leaders aro c.iBtinir about
for u candidate fur President. The late
elections upset their programme. They
see there is no hope with Bluino hs their
standard-bearer. But then there is Sher
man, nnd Allipon, and Hawley, and Ed
munds, and Evarts, and Foraker.
It is not generally known, but it is a
fact nevertheless, that a large candy man
ufacturer of Baltimore, Md., is thinking
of removing his establishment to this
ity. He has written here asking nhout
Haysville, herdebt, liershipping facilities
And her advantages as a manufacturing
point It is to be hoped the investigation
he is mai ing will induce him to make
the removal. If the matter was taken in
hand and pushed by some of the public
spirited people of this city, the establish
ment could no doubt bo secured. Where
are the public-spirited citizens of Mays
willoT Let them be heard from.
The Nlmrods of thU vicinity were out In
force last Saturday.
Everybody lias got the"wortt cold they
(hud " Wo nave one we know Is bud,
naru 10 get nu or.
A double wedding In high life will come off
at iblH pluce on tlie 21tli I hi-tint. The con
tracting pail les belong to the tlr,t circles. The
rrehliy ttrlau Chutch will bo tiio Bceuo of the
It's Jut.t as naluial as rolling off a Joy for
thoyou.it; bloods lo meet to- her on M ou
tlay 10 compaie notes o qptiquotH tnado 01
fortunes luhl on tt e past day iiud night.
John Ca dwell, who hu been rustlfiit'm; In
tbe West lor sovoihI eelcs pas', Is at home
xgalu, In llnie lo take In iho wedding'.
'Squire John D. Hat mono Is still confined
to lili home, fie hum been po irly nnd it treat
ftitlerer lor months past. We hope he luaj
on be out iijj.iln.
Enos and Jonas Myall are In Hark County,
visiting their biothur aud rome of their
fausago and spare-rlhs lmve made their ap
peaiunceln out market. They are In demand.
Uev. ('. P. Wllll.imson. ol Clarke ounty,
will (tellvrr u I'lni ksgivlng termnn in no
RaptM Church O: this plaio ou the 1'llh lnt
At II a. ra.
Monday wan a cloudy misty day, but lHtle
rain. We need Ii aud It will come by and by
The walnut-timber men are operating to
this vicinity iigai . For further informa ion
HJOiMr. Robert Payne, agent.
II. Devin. of Nicholas i 'ounty, nade us a
social call a few dus lucc.
T. A T. b .
Simons keeps fresh beef nt all tlmeM,
Alwiys ready 'Squire Beakley to attend a
Our merchants aie making preparations (or
n uuiiusy rusn.
O. B. riuttnu and hod, Otis, paid Manchester
We chroulde with pleasure that Mrs. John
Case, Hr., Is come oelter.
The I. 0. 0..F. lodge hero lo ei'Joy Ing a boom,
three low inembeiH added In the last week.
Hiss Mattgle Heldle, one efour prornluoiit
society belies, Is visiting lu Cincinnati this
0. M. Hudson, our popular coal merchant,
left for Pomeroy Friday lo look alter bis coal
'Captain Powers made his regular pilgrimage
to his wasliee ettibllshment at Portsmouth,
The concert to i-e given here on Thanksgiv
ing night promises to be a grand affair. Par
Miss Anna Mo well, of Washington, Penn.,
is the guest of Mi, ('olouel Simmons, having
arrived last Batui day.
John Greenlee received his pension Monday
of 11,000 aud upwards. From t'.io looks ol
things well, we will desist.
The Ohio Valley Mills are making the best
erodes of flour on iho market, as tbelr rap
idly Increasing trade proves.
John ain't In love just because hegot seven
teen dozen photos taken, ho, his general
good spirits he .used by tho boom the Daily
Uullhtix Is enjoying.
Mlaa Flossie Hist entertained her young
friends at her slxih birthday party Monday.
The young people ha I a merry time, and were
only soiry that Flossie's birthday doc not
Preaohlugat t he Baptist Church every night
this week. Turn out overybody, aud greet
the worthy pastor, Mr .tackKon, with a crowd
ed house, and you will be well repaid, for the
reverend gontloman Is tiuly an ei quoin ora
tor and enters Into bis work, heart and soul.
It is a disgusting fact that some toughs from
Maysvllle come over hero of a night and
whoop aud yell through our street, using
language that would make a stono Image
blast) with shame. Such a party was peram
bulating our streets last Mouday night. They
bad neither decency, principle nor anything
Also that would elevate them above a brute
Bach things should bo brought to a halt, aud
thai at once.
Wedding parties who contemplato visiting
"Squire Beasley should take euro and s'eer
el ar of thugs who hang aiound the Maysvllle
whurt at nluhl watilnu forsuoh sunns Thev
are generally drunk and not fit to convey
'OUj'lo MUIlins ,I1D livrii UfllVT uia.Jluru HT
ha far-u.iifiil,hti,ati nrhn list, n i.nm l.w.l(ltV
.wu.cuj-nnraiiiitaii . mho. w..u ui aDIIIt
is sober and uodcrtt-tuds his uuklness. and
will lake paril a to the 'Buulre'H resldenco. I
Horn at Central and Qraud View hotels.
Again to the front. The Hon. Jesse Ellis
has again demonsl rated beyond perudvouturo
that ho ho has no p er as a penslou attorney.
Ho lias Just got au Increase lor Thomas Kid
dor or double the amount flint granted und
that in t ho short space of three months. Mr,
Ellis seoins to have a knack ol getting his
clalmB through with more steed than any
one else, and as a consequence tho demands
for his services are consUiutly incroaslLg. .
Uoi'per & MuRPnY havo an elegant
fitock of Jowelry on hand lor tho holiday
trade. Call and ozaming their goods.
SOME STARTLING FIGURES.
FEW MEN OF THE NEW STATES
! NATIVES OF THE EAST.
Lines or Migration In tho United Statot.
I'ncts Citnlned from a Railroad Man.
Tlio I)r cd Ing Ground of American Sleiu
The Sf atli.
It is iv nlstorical fact tliat all great migra
tory movements of peoples or of races have
boon, with fow oxcoptlon9, westward, along
tho degree of latitudo on which tboy worn
born. In our country tho men of northern
birth have utmost always emigrated to the
northwest. Thco of southern birth havo
followed trails which led to tho southwest
A few woelcs ngo I waa talking with two
comrades in tho dirty ofllco of an ill kept
hotel at lYehoott, in Washington territory.
Ono of my comrades was a bright, wiappy
railroad official; tho othor was a farmer,
who cultivated 3,000 acres of highly produc
tive wheat land. I had been traveling
through the marvelous whoat growing region
known as tbo Ilalouso district, where tho es
tablished rules which control agricultural
operations in tho Mississippi valley aro ig
nored, and where tho most productive land
lies on the top of hills, and I told my com
rades what I had seen. I dwelt strongly on
tho fact that I had mot but fow men who
were from Now England or from tho north
eastern states in tho region. "When I asked
tho Bottlers with whom I talked where they
come from they answered from Missouri,
from Iowa, from Arkansas, from Indiana,
from Tennveo, from Illinois, from Kansas,
from North Carolina, and at long intervals
ono would reply that ho had boon raised in
one of tho Now England states. Tho fact
that Now England was scantily represented
In tho now states -which are being created in
tho west impressed mo strongly, and it
troubled mo strangely
I said, as I looked inquiringly at my com
rades, "I do not understand why there aro so
fow Now England men in this region." Tho
railroad official thrust Ids hand into tho breast
pocket of his coat and drew forth an onve
lopo, which he handed to mo, saying in ex
planation: "Last Decomlxr our company placed an
advertisement in tho hands of an advertising
agency to publish in all their newspapers.
This envelope," ho tapped it with his index
Y finger as he spoko, "contains tho record of
tho answers we received during tho first four
months of the year, and from what stato
thov were sent. Read the record, and vou
I will then understand why you do not meet
Now England men In tho west."
I thrust tho envelope into tho breast pocltot
of my coat. That night after wo had scjMir
ated I read the list, and it sharply indicated
that tho railroad official hod spoken truth
fully. But the list also indicated that tho
southern people who livo in tho old blavo
states had ceased to emigrate. But I know
that tho southern jeoplo were emigrating
westward in enormous numbers, and this
knowledge mailj mo doubt tho correctness of
the deductions tho railroad official had drawn
from his list of letters of inquiry received.
So I laid it away until I could have accesi to
that port.on of tho tenth census which related
to tho nativity of tho population of tho differ
ent states, Tho volumo lies open before mo
as I write.
I group tho Now England states nnd tho
states of New York, Pennsylvania, New Jcr
soy and Delaware for convenience of illubtrn
tion and as typical of tho northeast. This
,group contained 11,57((,000 native born whito
inhabitants in WO. Ohio, Illinois, Indiana,
Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Missouri
and Iowa liaving in IWO a population of 12,
773,fi.'ll native loni whites, I group as states
settled in part, and almost wholly in soma
cases, by Now Englandcrs, and uso tho group
as typical of western states, to illustrate my
To tho (ljiiwi The total number of letters
of inquiry that were received at thn railroad
office in answer to tho advertisement, which
was published in many hundred newspapers,
was 4,403. Of this number 101 were sent
from New England, 17 from New Jersey and
Delaware, wbilo Now York and Pennsylvania
sent 403, four-fifths of which were from tho
western portions of rhoso states. Tho total
number of letters scut from tho first group
of states was 071. During the same timo
2,C04 lotters were received from pooplo re
siding in(tno western group of states. It is a
significant fact that mora letters of inquiry
were received from nny one state which I
havo placed in tho second group than were
received from all Now England. And it is
also significant, und indicatlvo of tho strength
of tho migratory instinct of tho western poo
plo, that more letters of inquiry were re
ceived from tho far western states, in propor
tion to their population, than from any othor
portion of tho Union. For instance, 409 let
ters were received from Iowa, a compara
tively now state, and which contained 1,353,
0W white people in 1880, and 103 were re
ceived from Indiana, an older state, which
had a whito population of 1,7W,764 in 1880.
Illinois, which had 2,448,173 native whito
population in 1880, sent 300 letters, whilo
Ohio, having 2,723,582 native whito popula
tion, sent 251 letters. Kansas, one of the
youngest states, nnd having a native whito
population of 842,211, sent 860 lotters, and
Missouri sent 375 letters, or 214 more than
In tbe region included In tho second group
of states food is plentiful and cheap. Tho
people are not overclvilized. Largo families
are raised. It Is today tho greatest breeding
ground of American men. The migratory
Instinct is strong in the people. They aro
vonturosomo and courageous and willing to
endure hardship. These pooplo are western
bred, and aro western in thought and feeling
In every fiber of their bodies. If tho raigrn
toi instinct has become weak in tho Puritan
stocfi which remained in Now England, tho
nativity of tbo population of the now states
which Ho beyond tho Missouri river should
show it. How is it? In 1880 Kansas, alleged
to be tho beloved child of slavery hating
Now England, contained 22,805 pooplo of
Now England birth. Up to 1880 Illinois had
sent 100,002 of her children to Kansas. Mis
souri bent 00,228. Ohio sent 10,300. In
diana furnished 77,000 emigrants to Kan
sas. Kontucky forwarded 82,078 of herbluo
grass bred children to tho JPrairlo stato,
or 0,583 more than Now Engl,md. IIow
lait in Colorado! Now England supplied
11,150 inhabitants, a largo pre portion of
thom consumptives, to that arid land. Mis
souri sent 12, IS-t tough, hardy citizens to tbo
highlands of Colorado. In Oregon, in 1880,
thoro were 1,809 pooplo from Ntw England
and 10,754 from Missouri. Tho h jno story Is
told by tho emigration statistics of all tho
western States. Today Missouri ideas and
methods of thought ore more powerful be
yond tho Missouri river than those of Now
' Tho Southern peoplo havo not ceased to
emigrato, but in thoir coso tho natural law
which compels men to follow wjstward tho
degree of latitudo on which thov were born
has been olioyed. Tho nativity f tho popu
lation of Texas proves that tlo southern
peoplo havo emigrated as frooly as those of
tho middlo Mississippi valloy. F.nnlt Wilkc
eou in Now York Times.
Eft-nets of Potent Medicine.
David llostetter, of Pittsburg, Pa., who has
mado n vast fortune in tho manufacture of
bitters, is a man about 70 years of ago.
Physically ho is insignificant. Ho is not
much over flvo feet in height and "of very
slender build. His hair is whito and ho wears
a gray mustache. Ho has a largo family.
His eldest son, who was threatened with con
sumption, is now in California and is ha
much better health than when ho loft Pitta
burg. Mr. Hostettor's wealth ts estimated at
between $5,000,000 nnd $fl,0CO,0O0. There
was a timo when ho peddled his medicines on
foot Now York World.
Coeducation of the Soxes.
It is not geneially known that tho coeduca
tion of tho sexes is carried on without restric
tions in tho University of TwVs. Young men
arjjl young women uro admitted to tho samo
cla-shcs in overy department nnd mi rligiblo
to degree:! and honors without eecji.i'ons.
Now Yoi k Evening World.
Dangers of Toul Air.
If tho condensed breath collected oil tho
(.vol window panes of n room where a num
Wr of persons has l)een assembled bo burned,
a smell as of singed hair will show tho prcs
C!iv.o of organic matter, and if tho condonsed
hi Lath bo allowed to remain on tho windows
for a fow days, it will bo found on examina
tion by tho micrcocopo that it is alivo with
uuimalculaj. It is tho inhalation of air con
taining such putrescent matter which causes
half of tho sick headaches, which might bo
avoided by a circulation of fresh air. Amer
Aii'Uhor Fidelity Mnd.lle.
Uikoinvati, Nov. 10. Another Fidehty
nui Mia. Tho day before the failure tbe
Fid bev managoment sunt a check to Treas
ure ltntt-jrmtn for $ViO0 for full ptymont
of dm h uf yetr'x taxe. Next day the bank
f at til. Mr. Ritterraan hod failed to present
ttv chaa: tor payment Receiver Arm
strong refun to pay it Itatterman has
written the itockholleri each ono to py bis
as9e-ie I share of tax dus batore the failure.
They rjfue to do so. Courts will bo called
to divide it.
Hnnn nr Insnne.
Oshkorii, Wis., Nov 16. An attempt will
he tusda in tho Waupaca county court to
Focure the release of Charles Roll in Braln
si d, who is alleged to havo been committed
to tlie Northern Insane hospital by the ma
ileloua testimony of tho plaintiffs stop-,
motliur. Mr. Brninord is forty years old,
i ( superior literary attainments, and a Con
tibutor to a number of loading pubPca
toii. Dr. Komster declares him sane. Mr.
Ilrainprd c'alins he is tho victim of his
mother's action on account of property.
Ynnrhees or Hint til.
iNniANAFOLlH, Ind.,, Nov. Hi. A call has
been issued for a mo 'ting of tho Domocratio
state coin in ttea, to bo held nextf Wednes
day. Beeps will bs taken, it 13 said, to sup
press Green Smith, who has been flgurin g
conspicuou') as a candidate for the Domo
cratio nomination for governor. A member
of the comm ttoe savs that it has boon de
oMod that Senator Voorhees must mike the
canvass for governor next year, and that
the party will require his acceptance of tho
Strnok Against Double-IIaader.
Mason Citt, la., Nov. 10. Forty of the
breakmen on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St
Paul road at this place struck yesterday,
absolutely refusing to go out on double
headers. A general strike will doubtless
now be made all along tbe division, between
Mason City and Chamberlain, Dakota. No
freights are now going out
Ilerr Most Becoming Alarmed.
Nkw York, Nov. 10. Herr Most, evi
dently alarmed at the reports that he is to
be arrested for his blood-thirty talk of Sat-,
urday night, has announced that the report
of the speech was wholly false and that he
did not say the things attributed to him in
Looomottve Hollar Explodes.
Albany, N. Y., Nov. Id. A locomotive
attached to a freight train on the Now York
Central road oxploded noar Palatine bridge
this morning. The fireman was thrown the
length of fifty cars into the river and in
stantly killed. The engineer was thrown
the length of two cars. He is not expected
to live, being seriously injured.
Won on Foul.
Minot, Dale, Nor. Pi. J. C. Schroeder,
of Miohigan, and Paddy Welch, Jr., met in
a tight, oue miles north of this plaoe yester
day. After three detperate rounds were
fought the fight was given to Welch on a
foul. Tbe stakes were for $100.
.Mtb. Kate Morehouse, of Anderson,
III , is bore visiting her brother, O. U.
Mrs. John Duley left yesterday for
Louisville, to visit the wife of Iter. G. O.
Kelley. - fi
Mrs. J. T. Kackloy has returned from
a visit to her nunt, Mrs. J L. Wallace, at
Miss Katie Strode, of Glark County, is
expected hero to-day on a visit to Dr. and
Mrs. J. T. 8trode.
Colonel John B. Herndon, the Bulle
tin's Desha Valley representative, is at
Lexington to-day unending the unveiling
of tbo Broi-kiuridge Hiatuo.
Sons of Veterans.
Members of Onm.i Oau, VS of V., are
requested to meet at lodgo room, to-night
at 7:30 o'clock. N mimliin of ofhVors.
J H Crawfoiid, Captain.
are mndo p dliil nnd unitttiaetive hv func
tional irregularities which Dr .Pierc's
'Favorite) Piefcrlpliou" will intallibly
cure. Thousands of testimonials, by
Gretna Green Links.'
Since last report, 'Squire Massie Bons
loy, of Aberdeen, bus officiated at the
following marriages :
HI- hard Boyco and Tilda Buckloy, of Lewis
and Mason counties.
ilj P. Guult uud Joslo Johnson, of Mason
Bamuol J. Chnmpeon nnd Hasan Hamilton,
ol Montgomery County.
Uriah McDanlcl and Hattle Dello Warlck,
of Mason County.
William ABbnry and Carrio Kelley, ofl
Montgomery County. I
wiinam Liewi3Huun.iiiuoe.wi wuuuuib, u
James McP. Thracker and ,Luoy A. Tucker
of Fleming County.
Thomas M Hamilton and Lizzie Davis, of
Sprn -er Walkerand Mary Nelson, of Mason
K.B. Ly tie and Llczle Hinton.of Fleming
James Boyle and Mollie Mauley, of Bath
Frank M Pmlth, of Falmouth, and Lllllo
May Campbell, of Mxysville.
Is It Not Singular
that consumptives should be the leapt
nprpehenBivoof their owncondition. while
all their friends are urging and beseech
ing them to bo more careful about expos
ure nnd overdoing. It mny well bo con
sidered one of the most ufarming symp
toms of the disease, where the patient is
rtckleeBand will not believe Unit he is in
danger. Reader, if you are in this condi
tion, do not neglect the only means of re
covery. Avoid exposure and fatigue, bo
regular in your habits, and use faithfully
of Dr. Pierce'a "Unlden Medical Discov
ery." It bus saved thousands who were
WANTED -Ladles lor our Fall and Christ
mas trade, lo take light, pleasant work
at their own homes. 81 to 3 per day can be
qulotly made. Work sent by mall any dis
tance. Particulars free, no canvassing. Ad
dress at once, CRESCENT ARC CO., 147 Milk
street, Boston, Mass. Box 5170.
INTENDING ADVERTISERS should ad
dress GEO. P. HOWELL & CO., 10 Horace
street, New York City, for select list of 1,'flO
newspapers. Will be sent free on application.
WANTED-2U.000 live turkey?. Highest
market pilce paid,
d&wlranl F. H.TRAXEf AGO.
FOR RENT A two-story frame Cottage
with three roorasand kitchen, on Fourth
street, above Plum. Water furnished. Ap
ply to JOHN CRANE. t20
FOR SALE A Base burner atove. cost tr8,
will sell lor J12. Nearly new. Call at W.
W. Lyiioh's shoe store 11 Market street. nM i5t
FOR SALE My residence on WesfHeconid
Street. A. H. THOMPSON.
FOR HALE OR RENT The desirable resi
dence now occupied by Mr Sauvary on
tlie south side of East Fourth street; ou easy
terms ; possession given October Ifct.
sl'dlf CHARLES PH18TER.
tpOUND A bunch ot keys. The nwnej can
get them by applying to this ofilsc.
We nro authorized to announce thai
W. C. PELHAM is n candidate lor the office
of Mayor nt the January election, ISM.
We are authorized to announce that E. E.
PEARCE. JR.. Is a candidate lor re-election
to tho olllce of Mayor at the January elec
KOK TRKASTIltBR AND COLLECT JR.
We aro authorized to announce thst F. H,
TRAXEL Is a eaudldate for Collector and
Treasurer at the city election to be, held the
first Mouday in January, 1888.
We are nulhorlzcl to announce that O. 8.
LTCACH Is n caudlilnle (or io-i U c'lnn to tbe
ofllco of Collector and Treasurer;at the Jauu
ary election, 188.
We are authorized to announce AUSTIN
HOLMK.S as a candidate for Collector and
Treasurer at the January election, 1888.
FOR UA US HAL.
We are authorized to announce that W. B.
DAWSON is u candidate for tbe office of City
Marshal, at tho January election, 1888.
Wear authorized to announce that JAMES
HEFLIN is a candidate for re-election to the
ofllco of City Marshal at the January eleetlon,
We are authorized to announce C. M. PHIS
TER as a candidate for reelection to the office
of Wharfmaster at the January election, 188.
Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Engagement of the famous Comedian,
So! Smith Russell,
In his greatest success,
Including all his fomous Bongs and Special
ties: "Goose With Sage and Inyons," Hu Ida's
Love Story, w.td Hong. "They Locked Me In,'
" t'be Shabby Genteel' "The Amateur Comlo
8lngrr,,",The Horse Shoe," and "Dad's Din
ner Pall "etc., hup.orted by an excellent com
panv. PRICES Reserved Beats, 75 oenta; General
Adral-sinn, 60 cents; Dalcony, ascents; Gal
lery, 25 cents.
FRED. G. UKIIGER. Manager.
P'aoe yar order with L. HILL for your
ThankKglvlng Turkey, Oysters, Celery and
CrMtiberiles, Impoited Peas and Sweet Crab
FREE! FREE! FREE!
Thanks Ivlng week, one pound Crackers with
every quart of bulk OyUers.
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED I
CAPITAL PRiZE, $300,000.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY
Incotporsted by the Legislature In 1868, for
educational and clnrliablo purposes, and Its
lrauchl8o naado a part ol the present Slate
I ontit'.tut on, In 1879, by an overwhelming
lis Grand Single Number Drawings take
place month y, and tho Seml-Annual Draw
lnga every six mouths (Juno and December).
We do hereby eertty that toe tupervue tht
arrangements for all the Monthly and Gem
Annual Dramnat of the Louiriana Statu Lot
tery Company, and in person manage and con
trol the Ifrawingi themselves, and that the same
are conducted with honesty fairness, and in
ooodaith toward all parties, and we authorise
the Company to use this certificate, with fae-sim-ties
o our signatures attached, in tls advertise
We the undersijned Banks and Hankers W0S
pit all Prix drawn in 'he Louisiana Ntate Lot
lines which nvy be presented at our counters,
H.OGI.I-NHY.Prca. La. Katlounl Bk
r. IiANADX. Prenldeat Htnte Nnt'l Uk.
A. U4I.Dv.in, I'res ti. O.Nnttnual Bit,
CAKL UOIIN, Prcs. I'bIob Nnt'l Bank.
S-GRAND SEMIANNUAL DRAWIN6
in the Academy nt Muslo. NewUilpanx, Tues
day. JUNE H, 1887. CAPITAL PRIZE. tO.U
l(X),0oo tickets hi trteacb; halve, f 10; Quar
ters, Jo; TeuthH,$2; Twentieths, SI.
I PRIZE of 8300,000 ls.... ....3n0,0
1 PRIZE of 100,0)0 Is. .. 100.U9D
1 PRIZE of 60,000 Is 60 06
1 PRIZE of 25.0 0 Is...................... 25.0S
2 PRIZKB of 10,0 0 areu. 2n,0W
6 PRIZES of 6,00Dare. 25,U
25 PRIZES of 1,000 are ........... ,.2S,0C
100 PRIZES of 600 arp 60,a
2iO PR ZES ol 90 are . 0O.CW
600 PRIZES of 200 are lOUW
100 Prizes of tGou approximating to
S3c0,U0U Prize are- 6099
100 Prizes of 130 approximating to
$100,000 Prize are .... 81,609
100 Prizes of 1200 approximating to
160,000 Prize are............ . 2C,M
v TERMINAL rRIZES.
1,000 Prizes of S1U) decided by W00.080
Prize are 100J60
1,000 Prizes of 3100 decided by f 100,000
Prize are -.............. 100,009
3,180 Prizes amounting to .. 31,055,000
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apply to the under!gned Vour handwrltlne
must be distinct and vlgnature plain. More
rapid return mall delivery will bo asuared by
your eno.oslng an envelope bearing your foil
Hond Postal Note, Express Money Orders,
or New York Exchange in ordinaiy letter.
Currency by Express (at our expense) ad
M. A. DAUPHIN, Now Orleans, IdL,
Or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. O.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La,
Dokaa s-Mltftw ,,int "10 Presence of
IL fcJ sTl C iTI UtI Generals Beauregard
and Early, who am In charge of the drawings.
Is a guarantee of absolute fairness anu Integ
rity, that the chances are all equal, and that
uoone can possibly divine what uuinbeis will
draw a Prize.
K KM Kilt Kit that Four National Banks
guarantee tho payment ot Prlzts, and that all
tickets bear the signature ol tho President
of an Institution, whose franchise is recog
nized in thelughest Couits; therefore, beware
ot any Imitations oranonymoin schemes.
J: W. SPARKS & BRO
No. 24 Market street, put o
sale this day great bargains
Dress Goods, Cloaks, Jackets,
Underwear, Hosiery, Glove,
from SO cents to 15 cents per yard;
Two hundred Jackets, with Hoods, at
an inside priee ;
Ladies' fine Merino Yeats at 45 and$t
Gentlemen's Medicated Underwear,
very fine, at $1 ;
Ono hundred Bod Comforts at 75c, Wo.,
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 each;
Five thousand yards of Jeans to be
sold at wholesale prices ;
4 4 Floor Oilcloths 25, 30 and 35 conte;
Latest styles Dress Trimmings cheap ;
Big bargains in Flannels, Blankets,
Ginghams, Prints and Muslins;
Fifty cents bays the best white Bhirt
in this city.
ttSrOar prices are always the lowestt
24 Market Street.
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