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600 CASH GIKTS OF $loo EACH 60,00)
J0.00O CASH GIFTS OK $li EACH 120,000
Total, 11,156 gift*. all ca?h -*000.000
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Wbol* ticket*, $12; halve*. $41; quarters, $3; 0 ticket*,
|100; 27)4 tickets, $300; 40'^ ticket*. (500 ; 03?; ticket*
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A FORTUNE FOR ONLY $12.
A FORTUNE FOIt ONLY *12.
A FORTUNE FOR oNLV *12.
MODE OK DRAWING.
There will be upoa tlio atuge two ?l?M whoola. the con
tents of which can be plainly seen by the audiencc. A com
mittee, consisting of three eminent cltlceci. in no way con
nected with the management, having first made an accurate i
count anil examination, will place lu the larger wheel
lOJ.OOO loather tagr. cut by the mime die, exactly alike, a: d
having printed number* on them from 1 to 100,000, correa
ponding to the uumbera of hII the tickcta sold. A similar
committee having flrat exaiiiluod, counted folded andaealod
up tu cylindrical tube* or boxea precisely alike. aa many
allpa of pa|>vr, on which arc |iriuted 1.150 gifta, denominat
ing from $100 to $IOU,UOO, will then place these 1.1 ill
aealed boxea containing the gilta in the amaller wheel.
Both wheel* will then be turned until their contcnta are
thoroughly mixoJ. A blind boy will tlu n draw from the
larger wheel one of the toga, holding it up in full view of
the audience. Ita number will then be called loud enough
fur all to hear by the crier appointed for thia purpoae. The
tag will then be paased to a committee of three liis
Unpuiahod citiieci, w ho will aay whether the number lias
keen rightly called, anil then paaaad to a regie
trar, who will file it upon a wlro prepared for that
purpoae. The number of tfco tag thus drawn, cried, proven
?nd filed, will bo recorded bv live bauk clerks, iu separate
book* pii'p.ired for that purpuao. A blind girl will than
iraw from the enwller whn-i oue of the aealed boxea, which
Wl!l bo opened anil the gift taken out, unfolded and held up
to the view of the audience. I lie amount of the gift will
then be cried, recorJed by the five clorka, and the paper died
by the registrar with its tag upon the wire. The gift thus
drawn will belong to the ticket bearing tbe same number aa
the tag drawn immediately helore it. Thua thia proceaa
Will continue until I.lftti are drawn from the large wheel
and all the boxea from the ainall wheol. After the drawing I
la over, the large wheel containing the taga will be placed
in the banda of a committee chosen by the audience, who j
?an examine for themselves and aoe whethar all the tickets
?old wore represented by tag* with corresponding numbers.
With each precaution, all muet ?oe that the utmost fairneta
la intended, and that frAud. favoritism or a knowledge he
forehand of what gilt any ticket may draw la abaolutaiy
tmpoaaible.
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Tbe drawing will lake plat? under the Immediate and ??- ,
elusive eiipervtalon and control of the following prominent |
and diaiutereated dtisena of Frankfort, who have consented
to act aa a committee for that purpoae, and any other dlaln- I
tereated neraooa tbe ticket-holders preient may dealgnate!? j
Hon. E. H. TAYLOR, Mayor of tbe city of Frankfort, and
the entire Board of City Councilmen; Hon. ALVIN DU
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Pawn town office, No. 10 Now street (basement).
Uptown office, 1.100 Broadway.
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ONE GRAND CASH GIFT $100,000
ONE GRAND CAgH GIFT 50.000
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ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 20.000
ONE GRAND cash gift 10,000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 5.000
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PRICE OF ~tickbtk
Whole tickets. $12; hal.es, $6; quartern, S3; 0 tickets,
$100; 27}? tickets, $300; 40?? tiekoU. $300; 05\ tickets,
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A FORTUNE FOR ONLY $11
A FOKTU.jfc FOR ONLY $12.
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tucky; JAMES G. CKOCKETT, Clerk of Franklin County :
Court; Judge R. A. THOMPSON, Presiding Jud^e of Fruuk
lln County Court; General GEOBGE 11. CRITTENDEN,
Hon. THOMAS C. JONES, Uteri of the Supremo Court of
Kentucky; GBANT GllBEN, Cashier of Farmers' Bank of
Kentucky; JAMES G. DUDLEY, Chairman of Board of
School Trustees; Hon. D. HOWARD SMITH, Auditor of
the State of Kentucky; lion. THOMAS N. LINDSEV, |
President of Farmers' Bank of Kentucky; Hon. S. I. M. \
MAJOR, Public Priuterof the State of Kentucky.
EXPLANATION OF APPROXIMATE GIFTS.
All the gifts below $100 lu value aro approximations, and |
will be dotormined and paid as follow!:?The numbers of all |
the tickets sold being considered in a circle, numerically j
formed, und having the highest number, 100,000, and tlio
lowest, 1, brought together, then whatever number in tbti
circle mav be by lot determined to be entitled to the capital
gift of SlOO.OuO will bo takeu as a contre. on each aide of j
which the next 5,000 numbers in regular numerical order |
will be counted for the $12 gifts, thus making on the two j
sides of the capital gift 10,000 nearost numbers, each of '
which will oe entitled to $12, provided, however, that in
making tho count of 10,000 tiumbers nearest to that of the j
capital gift, all Intervening numbers which draw higher I
gifts will be excepted, so as to avoid duplicating gifts. It j
being the Intention not to pay a $12 gift to any ticket en- j
titled to a larger gift.
The chances for those who buy tickot* are to great to [
make money, while they take so little rlsk.lt is believed !
that every tieket will be sold before the day (lxed for tho |
drawing; but whether all are soli) or not, the drawing will
nevertheless take place. Should any of the tickots remain i
unsold on the day ot the drawing, they will bt destroyed;
all the offered gifts, I.IU In uumber, will be drawn, but
diminished in value in proportion to tho amuuut of nusoid
tickets. For example If only three-fourths of tho tickets
aro sold, the other fourth will be destroyed, and the gifts
reduced, not in number, but In value, one-fourth. The cap
Ital gilt in that event would be $7.">,000 Instead of $100,000,
and all the other gifts In the sauie proportion. All will see
that this would be perfectly fair, for the chances of drawing
g.fts would be Increased in lavor of the ticket holders.
SAFEKEEPING OF THE MONET.
Tbe Fanners' Bank of Kentucky Is Treasurer, and all
moneys arising from the sale of tickets will be placed there,
to remain as a special deposit until tbe distribution is ovor
and all tbe gifts fully provided for. Tbe management Is not
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ONE Oil AND CASH GIFT.. $100,000
ONE GRAND CASII GIFT 50,000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 20,000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 20,000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 10,000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 5.0T.0
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10,000 CASH GIFTS OK $13 EACH. 120,000
TOTAL, 11,156 GIFTS, ALL CASH f&XUUO
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets, $12; halve*. Hi, quuriert,$3; 9 tickets,
$100; 27X tickets, $300; 4tt?i tickets, *500; 95J? tickets,
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A FORTUNE FOR ONLY $12.
A FoKTUNE FOR ONLY *12.
? FORTUNE FOR ONLY $12.
dependent on the lale of tickets lor the purpose of defraying
expense*, but It amply provided with fundi now on deposit
in bank for that purpose. The entire proceeds of the sale of
tickets will stand untouched iu bank aa a guarantee for the
payment of all ottered gifts.
PAYMENT OF GIFTS.
The payment of Kilt* will begin tbe fourth day after the
drawing, and continue six mouths thereafter, and no longer.
Tickets eutltled to gifts must be presented, or sent to the
oOice of the Kentucky Cash Distribution Company, Frank
fort, Ky., where tbey will be taken up and paid by cash
checks on tho Farmers' Hank of Frankfort, or by sight
draft on New York, at the option of the holdor. No gift will
bo paid without tho delivery of tho ticket entitled to It, and
all gifts not called for within six mouths aftor the drawing
will bo tnrned over to the company lor tbs benefit of tb?
public schools ot Frankfort.
The Kentucky Caah Distribution Company have socurud
the services of Itou. Thomus I*. Porter, luto Governor of tbe
grand old Commonwealth ot Kentucky, to aet as their
Agent and General Manager III the financial affair* of thia
Grand ciift Enterprise. Governor Porier Is well known to
almost every oue In the Ststo of Kentucky and to very
many of the citiscu* of other Mates In the Union, and pur
chasers of tickets can rest wi ll assured that their Interest*
will bo thoroughly protected nndor his able management.
? SPECIAL NOTICE.
A* anassuranco to thu ticket holders that all gift* will b?
paid wo deem tt proper to state that thts enterprise pos
sesses ono feature which better protoct* them than any
otbor of a similar character. Tho City Council of Fraocfort.
anxious to protect all who Invested their mean* in any
scheme to bo drawn undor the franchise grautod them by
the Legislature of Kentucky, insde it a condition of Its con
tract that a bond in a heavy penalty, with good security,
should be executed to tho Commonwealth of Kentucky,
conditioned that all gilts drawn in any distiibution under
the franchise should be paid to the owner of such prize
ticket. IX COMI'LIANCK \WTII TIIIS CONDITION A
BOND WAS KXht'I'TED WITU SECURITY. Al?
I'KOVKD IIY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF FRANK
FORT AND BY THE PRESIDING JUDGE OF THE
FRANKLIN COUNTY COURT. THIS BOND Id NOW
ON RECORD IN TUB OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF
SAID COUNTY COURT AND OF THE CITY COUNCIL.
SUBJECT TO THB INSPECTION OF ANY ONE. So
it will bo seen that if the Cash Distribution Company should
from any cause fall to pay any gifts that may be draam the
person entitled to such prise l.as ample security for It* pay
ment. and runs no risk of loss.
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Downtown office. No. 18 New streot (brsement).
Uptown office, 1,100 Broadway.
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TOTAL, 11.150 GIFTS, ALL CASH $U00,0J0
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets, $12; halve*. $0; quarter*, $3; 9 ticket!,
$100; 27),; tickets. $300 ; 40^ tickets, $500; 06^4 tickets,
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A FORTUNE FOR ONLY $12.
A FORTUNE FOR ONLY $12.
A FORTUNE FOR ONLY $12.
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Oar readers are respectfully relorred to the advertisement
of the Kentucky Cash DUtribution Coiuoauy, to l>e
found la auolktr column, and we would recommend its c(ire
ful perusal. The gentleman who have the management and*
control.of this grand and laudable enterprise are among the
most prominent In Kentucky, nearly all of them bolng dis
tinguished by their fellow citizens with high official posi
tions of public trust at the capital ot the State, where tho
distribution is to be consummated on the 30th of November.
The President and General Manager, ox-Governor Thomas
P. Porter, and Hon. E. H. Taylor, Mayor, and the
entiro Board of Councilman of Frankfort, together
with the long list of distinguished Stat* officials ?
all gentlemen of ansullled honor and Integrity?
associated with them In the management and distribution
afford a perfect guarantee that the enterprise, from first to
last, will be conducted with the strictost impartiality, fair
ness and Justice to alt. As It Is the otyect of this enterprise j
to raise raouey for educational endowment pnrposos, so it
will be seeu that the gilts to be distributed are not mere
property in houses and lauds, bnt the aetnal cash itself,
amounting to tbo stupendous sum of $iliX),000. Amoug the
fortunes to be distributed are the following:?One grand
gift of $100.0A); another of e.MJ.000; another of $25,000;
another of $20,000; another of $10,000; anothor of $5,(J00,
and so on down through a resplendent list of over 10.000
gilts. Snch a constellation of opportunities was never be
fore offered for securing a fortune at an outlay of only $12
for a prise ticket.
CERTIFICATE OF FARMERS' BAXK OP KKNTUCKY.
Paioikks' Bank, Fuankj-out, Ky., July IS, 1878.
This is to certify that tho "Kentucky Cash Distribution
Company" deposits it* funds in tba Farmers' Bank of Ken
tucky, with instructions from ex-Governor Thomas P.
Porter, General Manager, as ?l:own by his note appended
hereto.
GRANT GREEN, Cashier tanners' Bank of Kentucky.
Orrics "Kkktocbv Cash Distwbutio.* Company," i
Fuamkvomt. Ky., July IS. 187<i. J
Grant Grkjck, Cashier Farmers' Banks?
Dkak Sib?All money deposited by me in the Farmers'
Bank of Kentucky to the credit of the "Kentucky Cash
Distribution Company," of wliicli I am agent and general
manager. Is deposited by me on condition that no ptrl
thereof (hall be withdrawn except npon my ebeck, and I
pledge mysell that no elisck shall be given sxaepl In pay
ment of prises or amounts due ticket holders.
TMOti. P. PORTER, General Manager.
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ONE OR AND CASH GIFT $103,000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 30.000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 25.000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 20,000
ONE ORAND CASH GIFT 10.000
ONE GRAND CASH OIKT 5.000
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TOT All, 11.150 GIFTS, ALL CASH $000,000
PRICE OK TICKETS.
Whole tickets. $12; halves. $6; quarters, $3; ? tickets,
$100; 27>i tickets, $300 ; 46^ tickets. $500; 95* tickets.
$1,000.
A FOBTPKE FOR ONLY $12.
A FORTUNE FOR ONLY $12.
A FORTUNE FOR ONLY $12.
CARD FROM EX-GOVERNOR TnOMAS P. PORTER.
AT THE EARNEST SOLICITATION OK TUB DI
RECTORS OK THE KENTUCKY CASH DISTRIBUTION
COMPANY. I HAVE CONSENTED TO ACT AS AGENT
AND GENERAL MANAOh.lt OF THIS GREAT UNDER
TAKING. AND MY TIME ANU CARB WILL BE DE
VOTED KROM THE SALE OK THE KIRST TICKET TO
THE PAYMENT OK THE LAST OIKT. XT WILL
BE MY DUTY TO SEK THAT THE MONEY
ARISINO FROM TIIB?SALB OF TICKETS IS
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OFFERED OIFTS; TO BEE THAT THB DRAWING IS j
KAIRLY CONDUCTED. AND THAT THOSE WHO |
DRAW GIFTS ARE PROMPTLY PAID ON PRKSBNTA- j
TION OF THEIR TICKETS. AND THIS DUTY I WILL |
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THE OBJECT TO BE A GOOD ONE, AND TIIE MEANS
LAWFUL. I SHALL DO ALL I CAN TO MAKE IT
THE SUCCESS WHICH IT SO WELL DESERVES.
THOMAS P. PORTER.
READ WHAT GOVERNOR PORTER SAYS:?
[From tba Louisville Courier-Journal. J
Governor Porter?I do nut think a fortune acquired by
lottery In the result of men- clianco any more thin If It
wero tho beqne.<t of it relative or a successful stroke ot busi
ness. It accords neither with my ideas of Christianity nor
common sense to suppose that this enterprise Is the only
thins Irfcreatlon not subject to the will of the Creator, j
There are ne "leasons" uic*in?t lotteries If honestly con- j
ducted. There Is some prejudice, 1 know, vblcb is fast di?- '
appearing. Although this l? * strictly legal affair, yet legis- I
lative Interference with anything of the kind 1* arbitrary,
except so far as It protects tlie nubile.
Reporter?Then j ou iiro aatutied. Governor, that the pro
gramme set forth In this clrcnlitr by the company will be i
carried out to the letter ?
Governor Porter?I am ; and when I have reason to doubt !
It I shall immediately warn the puliiie by tbe withdrawal of !
my name. I consider every ticket-bolder as a client of
mine, whose Interest it la my duty to protect, at any coat. I
have no Interest with the eompany, but set simply as the
attorney of their patrons.
Reporter?That throws quite a new light npon the matter.
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ONE GRAND CASH 01 FT $100,000
ONE GliA.ND CASH GIFT CO,000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 23.000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 20.000
ONE GEAND CASK GIFT 10.000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 5,000
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100 CASH GIFTS OF $303 EACH .. 30,000
200 CASH GIFTS OF $20J EACH . 40.000
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10,000 CASH GIFT8 OF $1'J EACH. 120,000
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PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whol* tleket*. $12; halvon. $6; quarter*. $3; 9 tleill*
$100; U7XUek*U,$300 ; 40J* ticket*. $500; S5X tlckat*
$i.ooa
A POBTUNB FOR ONLY $12.
A FORTUNE Full ONLY flJ.
A FORTUNE FOR ONLY $1X
RECAPITULATION.
THE KENTUCKY CASH DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
wit organised la tha yoir 1S7H. having previously obtlllM
a spoclal charter from the Legislature for ? series of draw
Ings forth* purpose of endowing tba pnbltc icbool* of tba
city of Frankfort. BX-GOVEKNOK THOMAS P PORTER, .
at tba urgent solicitation of the friend* of tba ontorprlaa*
consented to aet a* General Manager, and baa given hie
personal and Individual attention to It* affair*. Tba Board
of Supervisor* wa* cnoson from tba fore moat men of
tba State of Kentucky?HON. ALVIN DCVALL,
late chief justice of the supremh
COURT, and a long list of distinguished officials
beting In tbat capacity, besides tho Mayor and antira Board
of CouDclluen of tho city of Kraukfort. The drawing arai
originally set for August 31. but in coasoqnanco of tha (tag
nation of buslnea*, tba unprecedented beat of summer and
the fact tbat many fraud* had boon practised apon the pub
lic under tba garb of "lagaluud lottery," the tales at tha*
time did not justify a full drawing, and beuce tba man ago
meut determined, though reluctuantlr, to poatpona tha da/
of drawing nnlll November 30th. Inst. Blnoa tba
postponement tba public have aaemed to appreciate
tha causes leading thereto and hare invested
liberally, and, considering the number of agenda* tbat haaa
been established in the United State* and Canada (alio!
which report encouragingly), a full drawing is confidently
predicted. THE UNDERSIGNKD WISH TO REFER TO
THE ESPECIAL CARK_A~D STRAIGHTFORWARD
NESS WITH WHICH TIiTsTrnTBRPRISB HAS BEEN
CONDUCTED FROM ITS INCEPTION. Tba land* ariaiofl
from prevlou* salos of ticket* have been eollaetad and
plaecd to tha credit of ex-liovornor Thorns* P. Porter,
General Manager, and subject to his check alona, which,
he aaaure* the public, will only be given In payment el prof
fered gifts. In addition to tnis and In compllanca with tha
charter granted the company a BOND, WITH UBAVY
PENALTY AND 8SCUR1TV. approved by the Mayor aad
Council of the city of Krauklurt and by tba presiding iudga
of the Franklin County Court, ha* baea aaecuted?hanoe
ticket balder* are doubly scented la tae paymaat of tbalf
gifts, for by this bond aloua, which la new aa
Ola. they have ample security regardless of tha
proceeds, from sale* of ticket*. EVERY PRECAU
TION AND EVERY CAKE POSSIBLE ha* bean take#
to satisfy the public. The Coiniiii-*ioner* and management
have authorized us to state that money would he refunded
tn case of further postponement, and wj lIKKhHV PLEDGB
OUK*ELVE? TO REFUND AMOUNT OF ALL TICKBTd
PIlESKNTED TO Tills* OFFICE IF THK DRAWING
DOF.S NOT TAKE PLACE ON NOVEMBER *0,
INST.. AS ADVERTISED.
In order to facilitate tlio sale of tickets under oar ?|*MT
we have estahll?lied downtown olliee at No. IU New ?l?
aa uptown office at No. l.ltm llroadaay, and a Breoklya
braneit oilier at No. Montague st., and for tho few ra?
uiaiiutig day* previous to tbe drawing raspcctlully *oll*ll
the patronage of the public.
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General Eaatern Agent*.
710 Broadway, New XmtL
Downtown oOco. No. 10 Naw street (baaamant).
Uptown ofliee. 1,100 Broadway.
Brooklyn Branch. 208 Montagua ?.
UAaas open until 10 P. M.

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