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an is is iu DAILY REPUBLICAN. PlbUnhad Every Day (Except Sunday) —»v— INBfll W. VEUOX * HOMS, drom avp raoniwrona. R.&OOK. THIRD AND KING STREETS wed at the Post t Mice at Wilmington Dal., ns second-class mail matter. The circulation of the Re fOBUCAN is steadily climbing opto seven thousand daily. Our press rooms are open to Bverybody ■ATI MDAV, MIVINRIA 10, 1HK3 Where Uenioerary Abound*. Now York State has sixty counties and only fourteen out of the sixty gave Democratic majorities. Ami yet the State haa el *cted, with one exception, Democratic State officers by majorities ranging from twelve to eighteen thous and. Where does the Democratic ma wheu forty-six out of Look jority come fr< sixty counties : at New York County, in which is the city of New York, and find the answer. Democratic majority in that city forty five thousand. Leave out that majori ty and the Republ.cans would have a majority of over thirty thousand. The rural counties with'heir large Kepub Republican. Mean majorities would be able to bal. auce the large Democratic vote of such large cities as Albany, Buffalo and Rochester and still make New York a sure, unwavering Republican State, were it not for the Democratic majori ty of New Yo rk city. Well, has not New York city a right to be Democratic if she wants to, and to give as large a Democratic majority she wishes to ? Most undoubtedly she has. If the people of New Y'ork vot freely and intelligently with the Demo cratic party because they believe it to be the best for the government of the country, we would not by any word or line of ours chauge a conscientious vote. But does anybody believe that the mass that composes the Democratic party of New Y'ork votes conscientiously and in telligently ? Intelligence ami conscience have but little to do in controlling the bulk of the Democratic vote of New York. If is controlled by intelligent boss less conscience than the ignorant aud degraded voter that wears his master's political poi to vote. ith .1 and votes as lie 0 have already sa d is New Y'ork, as hopelessly Democratic taken as a city but it is capable of subdivision to see where this ignorant and deg railed Demo cratic majority comes the Wards and the Districts which giv the largest Democratic majorities aui what (lo we find ? The most abject, squalid poverty and tilth and crime of every grade rioting rampant. We find a community of the lowest gambling dens and gin shops kept by professional thieves, burglars, murderers, and crimi nals of all grades good portion of their lives in the peni tentiaries and jails of the State. De cent, respectable people Hee from such a neighborhood and settle together in some other localities where they make a community of their own, and where they are a protection to each other. The lower and more degraded certa'n localities are in New York, the larger Democratic majorities they give: in fac 1 they are almost unanimously Demo cratic. Though there are exceptions, » degraded, ignorant and wrecked man in a large city gravi tafes as naturally into the Democratic party of New York City, as water runs dow is no trouble even for a stranfcer to tel] Democratic and Republican communi ties in New York. Degradation, pov from. Look at i r ho have spent a lull. TUrre erty, crime, and miserable ileus of pol lutiou mark he districts here, the uijoritie ComfortabUi houses, flowered yards, clean streets, mark the localities where the largest Republican majorities are given. The contrast is great and striki true one. ofo. schools an.I chiirclicH ig, but it is a e These district-* are the antipodes of each tr<mesonly s rve better dividing line, bet wet vice and virtue, degradation and respectability, idleness and industry, poverty and comfort, III i aiiisiii. these low districts is cra'ic party rakes jorit.ies that ule of the vhere the Dcmo its irn the city, and the half time rub he State as well. The ell ii other cities. It is t Pbibidel. in St. phin, iti (.' ii* hhiiti, in Chicago Lr Wilmington, only lie [lo ot is of seel kept liw-k. holds W- .0 1 ere vish good e* be pary and he 1 ibirkesi is bad,hr.I thing Miu that Vhere Th niore D« h.h The v,de in New York proves . If there fire tim.se lele is i the an p.i e party, let them g<. to Nc Demoiraf York the! 'he I f lat« for- Hy 'li-« IVnioiTiri'j jori lie vxpw- to ra.ntml N York b ot» ■ 1 N l »!1' the n:i •oti-r I'-* and Mad hliail el e nf N'f.v Y ork ll •• * UresidHit. I'lidate Wn tife#l. % ( Th. 1 nut a raiiilidafpthey of tho I'nitod lu re will they find .Sin l#*H next yi the Hi I lint he a man v ho ca v Now Y nrk, for it i« He' or New Y'ork, no Democratic can'livlale < a he elected. On the other band, though the Repub* licanH would like to have New York, it ie not absolutely necessary to have it to elect their candidale. Where will the Democrats get their candidate? Unfortunately for them, their best candidates do not live in New York. McDonald and Hendricks live in Indiana; Bayard in Delaware ; Payne, Pendleton and Thurman in Ohio ; Butler in Massachusetts, and Randall and Patti son in Pennsylvania. It is true that Tilden and Cleveland li-e in New York, but politically dead Wore, they were buried out of sight at last Tuesday's election. Even were Tilden available, he is too old. When he went to the polls ou Tuesday he trembled and shook w ith the palsy like an aspen leaf. Tilden will not do; set him aside. Governor Cleveland, what is the matter with him did you say ? Tuesday's election stripped him of every vestige of his former popularity. He was elected Governor a year ago by the unprecedented majority of one hun dred and ninety-two thousand. Where is it now ? A Republican State officer has a tna .forty of eighteen thousand and the Democratic State officers elected have crept in by the skin of their teeth. A Democratic Legislature has melted away before the iiery wrath of the peo ple and sits enthroued in power, interfered with the Democratic State nomination. He went against Kelly's man, for Secretary of State. He got his way and Maynard was nominated, hut not elected, dictating the nomination of a Senator iu opposition to another Kelly man. He removed a prominent Democrat from his office for taking illegal fees, and through this, that Democrat was de feated for State Senator in a strong Democratic District. These may have been meritorious acts for the young Governor, hut they crushed all his chances for a nomination for President.' He could no more carry New York now than he could take wings aud tty. Never was a candidate so flattened out. Kelly and Tammany smashed him and they would do so again. Set Mr. Cleve land aside. Where,then,is the man that can carry New York outside of that State ? Can Mr. Bayard? Preposterous idea! No man that hail to be disarmed during the rebellion for fear that he would assist the rebel army,can yet be elected Presi dent. Can Mr. McDonald or Mr.Hen dricks ; Mr. Payne, Peudleton or Thur man : Mr. Randall, or Patti.son, or Mr. Butler ? Is there a man amongst them tha can come anywhere near carrying the State ? Mr. Randall could not carry his owu and Mr. Pattison has just been politically buried out of sight. Butler has held his own the best of any of them, and if he was a resident of New York.be might stand a chance for a nomination. The political history of New York shows that she never casts her vote for a Democratic candidate who is not a resident of that Stab;. Twice since the war she cast her vote for Democratic candidates. They were Seymour and Tilden, hut the State failed to cast her vote for Hancock. Evidently the Democratic candidate has not yet turned up to carry New York. Who is he and where can he he fouid are the questions of the hour that more than any other concern the Demo cratic leaders. liepublican Legislature now Cleveland He wrote to Kelly Eli t tier. An interesting article relating to the four hundredth anniversary of the birth of Martin Luther, which fake« place to day, will he found in our local columns, and will be read with interest. Four hundred yearn Heern like a long Htretch of time, and yet in looking back upon the history of the ileformatiou we can alinont imagine it coeval with our own independence ax a nation. Fifteen hundred years after Christ we find the world wrapped in a cloak of Hupernti tious darkness. The people had gone away from the true principles of Chris tianity as taught by our Saviour and were in need of another spiritual deliv supeistition erance from the religious and vices of the age ot the babe of Beth lehem, the carpenter's son; the voiecol ilderii'-js : tlje(.'hrist Thin lime it was me crying in The liter, that stilled the tempest, that, fed the, multitude,that healed the sick,!hat cast alked upon the hat mt devils,that raised the dead, i'alvary fo redeet a fallen a that took hold it of the horns of the altar of and darkness, and lifted the world into the light of tlie greatest religi lutiou it. iu porstitio revo After experienced. ever Luther led the vay it latter for Mel met lion, vas an easier Calvin K no** and Wesley to follow. Tliougi four hundred years to-day si emory and servi will n ine fresh to millions of chris Luther as born, his birth, an people and he apfiropriat^ly ce hrated. The Philadelphia Ledger says (ieue (Jhief Engineer, recoin rai Wrigh rm-tids for Philadelphia and the Leagu** I -.land Navy Y ard an appropriatii It says Fort Mifflin is i-o get .Vi, 0IM); liatti-ry at Finn's I'oiut, $7a,000, and of £jK<i,ti()U. id of it , Fort Delaw; the fnrt opposite Fort, Delaware, |75,000. The Ledger could have said the latter fort •are had if. felt dis e to a sister Htati just, If hough i-he isliut a small one. Asfl.iO, of the w hole is to go to forts iu Del e, and $75,000 to a fort iu N •y. there is $75,000 left only for Fovt MifHin. By what force d.** Ledger makes these Philadelphia d appropriations we contemporary should tiers f reaso and League Isii d, through jealousy, he led to ignore *re though i he is to be fav< ie largest, appropriations. red -ith M uf-lc : lies, etc.,; FI i iHe ft' pieces ,S. E. cor. Fifth and Shipley st Hi Halls, par Addre o > \ *TF.N fflllN.—ALi* PERSONS Di . siring pure I/'-ugs orCbeinlcals.or wi>*r ug their prescript one or private receip*. or-ifuily compounded witl .i oaid go to the d ure material ,7 re ii. K. BRING HURST 3)7 Market street Wilmington De Y'SpEPSI A CURE. All tho obtain Dr. Critchley's sure and certain d all th >uld go at once to Smelt* A Co., 4tb id Kuigstreets. Be I D w!,' : J li know where they , (or dyspepsia following dls no it for sale. o31-lmJ ed but to JH that tent of H. ff " FOR PAIN. CUBES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica. Lumbago, Backache. Headache, Toothache, •tore Tkrwtt, IIIV A Lie OTHVR HOOILit PAINS A Ml Lku by Droffi*!* and Oralm bottle. Direction* rHK CMAKI.Kf* A. VO JRLKk tXD. • a toufciAR * i».» e v. i il rx i TO t V KAMI Ol'EKA HOUSE. r MONDAY It'll, NOVEMBER 1'4. The 14th Year o( the Dramatic Cyclone. MASONIC TFMI'I.E. call OLIVER D, I1HII, » Prologue aud Drama. Three Acts, entitled In the Fain ACROSS THE CONTINENT, Supported by the Charming Actress ing per T MISS KATE BYRON ter ANDTHE FAMOUS BYRON COMBINATION. WHIRLWINDS OF FUN. Prioef as usual. Reserved seats for pale at F. Thoma.- A Go's., 4il Market street. and Grand Opera House ;s NIGHTS * left ful in OF THE GRANDEST PUT Of THE AGE ! and -AND THE STROHGEST COMPANY IN AMERICA (jWEDNESDAY . 6THIJRSDAY, ^FRIDAY, Nov, 14,15,16,1 In Grand Ifroduntion of the ORKATE8T CP THE HT The Greatest Lramailc Work of f Entiled .LL amkkka, and ir 1 lines, THE SILVER KIMi! ji Presented 1 rnler the Direction of J. II. IIAVERLY, Dir acted from its ce^s of 3 week* - , ('hestnut Rt Theatre.Philn.,H» f ' night. - , WallackV Theatre, N. Y., 6 Presented with the same great east and seen ery used in N. Y. This week playing to the largest husines' in the Grand Opera House. N. Y. li i, N. Y .— •ks Grand < »p Reserved s at B Admission 36 aud cents. lYckets a r. F. Thoi 75 cents. Monday. rh-flt Absent Minded Men Are apt to get left when sudden cold or storm comes. Prudence suggests " buy winter clothing now." Wis dom says go to Oak 11 all for it. Oak Hall says a Million Dollars' wortli of the best clothing and materials in all the land await your coming. Wide awake men, or absent minded men buy equally cheap. Wanamaker& Brown, Oak IIaII, Sixth A Mark el him.. PB1LADLEPH1A. P. S.— Prize Chrysanthe mums still on exhibition at Oak Hall. \ ruin■ .a. ,|j*t HAY-FEVER. <>F Catarrh .!, J H RH c o lo* ' I, * '"KalI cents 1 CW P Srgh A * «• o ii I <1 ccly Speak ; almost 1 lmp«Hslhle to thtougo ■Is. Us IKK F Hill". u-rt time* I •d Myf • d t 1 strong i Mid this admiral! «j r<3in r "ii lll.r nh Catarrh 'oids In the ml w i i HKNoit. deal 8 and -•s, Elizabeth, i HAY-FEVER N. J. Apply by the little finger into the nostrils. Hy an«orpt!oii It elitotually cleaasoB .he rias al i-aptotges of catarrhal virus, causirig healtl) .secretions. It allays Infiammation, y the men.lirafi.il lin'nufl of the head fin iltlonal c!il«lc, completely hoals the so.* taste anil smell. Hone ill zed hy a few an he. otoch the flclal results tlons. A thorough treatment will cure ' equaled lor coble In head. Agreeahh tr- us* send for circular; Sold by dragglsts. B' mall 60c. a package—stamps. ELY'S CREAM BALM CO., Oswego.N. Y. ot* WT A V'C N W 1 F T NI'RI WAY n maer p ii*L ft «* dyspepsia, cost iveness,I s of appetite unaeft, pimples, scrofula '■ iu'li headache, ulcers, sores, rheumatism, ; nervousness, lowness ol spirits, biliousness. pill they are unequalled. The - Great Blood Purifier, Liver and Kid " nev Regulator, and the best Family Oath* turtle Medicine. Nothing Injurious, ele ntly sugar-coated. F £26 cents. JOHNSTON, HOLLOW (Wholesale), Philadelphia, Pa. : Asa din le at d gglsts. AY a i j«r*< Jtfonom. *WnUAiL We. the underelKved ettlMB. of Me* Ornette liu ml red, he I wrluneljr annoy ed by treepeewre. not only on Kcnler daya but on Hnndeya. end frequently when naked auavey we are threatened with black, eke, platola uhd ahut gane. Therefore, bell Keaolwed, liu that we are determined to to JH break op trespass! ug. Beeolved. 2d- That we hereby give notice that we will arrest and punish to the frill ex tent or the law persons found trespassing with dog, guu or otherwise upon the premises of the aforesaid undersigned. Resolved. Sd. That e copy lions be published in the Nev New Castle, and Dally Rare xette ol Wilmington for the space of three months. George B. King, Eugene Rogers Jason Davis, Geo. Wnite, Saui'I A Jackson H. M. White. Wrn. G. McGurr, Joseph Lentz, James McIntyre. Joseph LeFevru, ldewls Sutton, Joseph R. Steelman James Burrows, Isaac Grubb, Elias Lolland. of these reiolu Uastle Star, of an aud Ga George G. Lobdell. John Fox John Willie, Robert r Tarrens, George I). Simon, Abraham K« I ley, William !'. Peters, H. Peters, Edward .M or ley. Joseph Lent*. Jr., James Chalk. , Ephraim Sutton, J. Frank McOny, Giles Lambeon, Milbourn Kevis. novielm OT1CE N TO DEUNUUENT OOl'NTV TAXPAY MOHTHEKN DISTKIOT, WII, HUSUKED, FOK THE HRS, MINGTON YEAR 1882. The undersigned hereby give* notice to de linquent county taxpayers of the Northern District of Wilmington Hundred, for 1882, to call without delay at the southeast corner of Fifth and King streets, and settle tor tne same and thus avoid costs, as the taxes must positively be collected Ht once. THIS 1H A FINAL NUT ICE. WM. KYNE, Collector. novt-tf O THE PUBLIC.—IN CONSEQUENCE of the tremendous amount of bogus hut on the market, such us Suelne. Oleomar garine and Butterine, all of which are noth ing more than lard or tallow, 1 have con cluded to put all of my butter down 3 cents per pound. 1 sell nothing but pure butter. York State Bradford County, and the heel R. MESSlCK, 40, 48 and 50 2 nd All butter w rranted pure noH-im T t ter .reamer)*, ."ireet market and good. OT1CE—AT THE EARNEST SOL1CI tatfon of a numtier of my former commenced the N customers, 1 have agai repairing of ail kinds of sewing machines, at * o. 112 Shipley street. Orders or machines left at the shop will receive prompt and care ful attention. 1 will fUrjish you anv machine in the market at the lowest possible price. fRUSSLEY, Machinist. W. F. I 0 c 2 i.tr N otice. - owners of stifff pianos will please take notice that their tustruments will now he tuned from No. 30ti West Sixth street, htudquarters tor tuning and repairing Also, a good second-hand piano for sale, cheap. JAMES SHORE, Agent for Chas. M. Stlcff. U 2-121* OT1CK — INVESTMENTS DURING year in 0 per cent.«-ar Trust Bonds very satisfactory. They are made t- and run from one to ten Further information furnished by <>c6-6t. N the have bee In even thou years. HEALDfcCO. OTIC E. - BA LT1M DREAM) PH 1 LA delphia R. K. notice. Sunday trains d Philadelphia R. R. X i the Baltimo ill he discontinued after Sunday, November D. CONN ELL, Supt. :*4t lith. N otice-lea rn telegraphy. day or evening. P. A N. J. Telegraph In office »26 Chestnut street. Phi la., Pa.— Branch office, 600 Market street, Wllmlng oclMm tun. Del. 'OTIGE-—UITJZENS' VAN V'SOUI Hod. New stock f«»r sale; first payment Juo Thursday, < ictober 4. 020-lni GEO. C. MAMS. Socretary. R. EBBERTS' OFFICE, NO. 2DWFS1 street. Office hours, 8 to 10 a. m.. 2 to 4 noH 3tf i) CDATB ! t M, We have never shown sue]; a line o( Ladies' and Children's Coats, Dolmans, and Circulars as now in stock. They are all imported. Made of the best materials, in the best manner and latest styles, and at very reasonable prices. STOCK INI T COATS, CLOTH COATS Astracban trimmed mans, bur Trimmed I )olmans, Dolmans in Large Variety, Circulars with Silk Lining, Circulars with Fur Lining, Any style or kind of Cir cular not in stock can be bad on order. Misses' Coats in Large Assortment. Children's Coats in Large Assortment. An elegant line of Seal Plush at all prices. Dol COL CLOTHS FOK CLOAKS. i'l (121 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DHL. v. MK.Ul!io ; urNN9tlTH,No.ai4 141 NO KTHEM lias for sale Breech and iV)u/.7,ie Liadtng CIUNn. Of a ll makes, revolvers and cartridges of a) kinds. Fine nickel-plated revolvers, $1.26. lniplernunt* for hreeoh-loading guns, glasi i ns, and fishing tackle. Repair short notice. halls I tr; ing dene at J AM EH A Blit ).. 910.204 NAUKLTMT 11 K. ft.'*, Have a large assortment of Knives, Form Ivory, Hard Kchbev, Koeewood and nil etyit) of I ocket Kmvcs. KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL a) PBIMUXPAli BO,TUB UIU BKAMOH orni'K AMU DEPOT, rooru and Poplar atreeu, and No. MW. El* Irk .treat PHIOE or KAHTEKN IOE: ..m eente per week 110 neunda dally. • id.* » " '• . dally.. 6 poo •LOfl " •0 POUNDS ANI) OVER AT THE BATE OF 60 OTS. 100 POUNDS. The leaet neglect or inolvility on the part of a driver ahoald be Bade known at the ofloe at once, and It will reoelve prompt attention. We keep oonstantly on bend n owoion snu» Tien 09 COAL from the moat popular mines, which we deliver In eellar* free of charge where shoot wagon ran be need. __ . . JACOB PU8EY. President. E. T.iW ALTON. Teasnrer. MILLER STHADLEY " ..TO *» 12 ENTERPRISE COAL Lehigh and Schuvlkill Coal, FREE BURNING COAL, LIME, SAND WOOD. Star Bone Phosphate. VOSHELL & SOLOMON ft V» F irst Wharf West of Shipley Street. J 8. WHEELER. NATHANIEL HAYNE. BAYNE & WHEELER, MERCHANT TAILOR . 8. W. cor. 4th and Shipley Now in stock Tull lines of Cloths, Cassimeres, Overcoatings and Suitings, Dbmcbtio and Foreign Fabiics, best makes and reliable goods. We are ready for business an 1 soPc t your orders /»nt good garments, we I trimmed, cut to fit and in s vie. give us a call. Our repu tir t class, SKILLFUL AND PRACTICAL TAILORS is well known, und the elaborat GAWTHROP BUILDING, If you t Ht it fact needi BAYNE & WHEELER, 317 SHIPLET STREET. S. W. CORNER Of 4TH. FURNI fTJRH FURNITURE. j. & J. N. HARMAN, No. 410 King Street il a rwrnltwrw to t>« found In tho Male. We (larulM to aalt cvcry.OBO I. PUCK, gnUTT aad (ITU. You will always Bad II ta roar Intero. to call aad woo as before parehaalac etaewhere. THE NOVELTY HEATER Mi* m c« | l Unrivalled for durability sirr.plicity and economy.— Years of experience in it* construction. The beautiful and complete QUEEN AND ROT A I* FATHER RANGES ■ pci mi ^ ' Sole Wilmington agents to the trade of the Novelty Heaters and sole agents ol the above ranges. JAMES U. JOHNSON & SON, 226 MAhliET STREET, W Ij MINGTUN. DLL )10 W,8 tf h. LA DELPHI A. WILMINGTON A.*' 1 BALTIMORE RAILROAD, UuTOIlKKB". 1808. , lr*ln« le»v« Wilmington as follows : 1 For Philadelphia and Intermadlat. 0ti -1 tlons, 6.40, 7.00, 10.80 *. m.; 3.30, 4.00, 7.80,0.66 | p- m. Philadelphia (express) 2, 2.23, 0.30,7.60,8.16, M. w.3y. 0.68, 10.15, 11.68 %. Ol.; 12.46, 1.64, 1.1 L 0.10, 0.38, 7.20 p. in. New York, 2.00, 2.23, 0.30, 0.40, B.68, 11.68 t m.; *12.88, 1.64, 2.30, 6.17, 0.80 7.20 p. m. Baltimore aud intermediate statlooi, 1/ 6. 0.17 a. in.; 0.00 p. m. Baltimore and Hay Line, 0.67 p. m. Baltimore and Washington, 1.42, 4.61, 8.06 V.17 a. m.; LOO, *1.09, 6.00, 0.67, 11.04 p. it Baltimore only. I.u6 a. in.: 12.2. and 0 p. m. Trams for Delaware Division leave fer: New Castle. 0.00,0.05 a. m.; 1.16, 8.00, 4.0L ami 6.26 p. m. Harrington. Deltnar, and way stations, V.06 P a. rn., and 1.16 p. rn. Wyoming ami way stations, 0.26 p. m. Express for Harrington, 4.00 p. m. SUNDAY TRAJN8. Phiiadolphla aim intern edlate statlr* s 8.10 a. ID ; 12.00 IJ Philadelphia s n. ; 6.17, C.38, 7. -0 o. p: Baltimore ard Waf*ilnvrtoB, 1.42,4.61, 8.04 4.17 a. mi. ; 11.04 r>. m. Baltimore, 1.06 a. m. For lurtbor 1 ■•fon-utlon, parsonvurs are rt ferred to the tiro* 'jlIUmi i stod at th* 8t» tlons. Trains marke? u> are limited expre4t:,a«x which extra fare | charged. UHAKLESE.PT J. R, WOOL' (enera! Manage,* ri *r>'ral PaoernkerAgme t 30, 7.80, 0.. 6 p. III. id Now York. 2.00, 2.28 a AHH AUortJi Fours fr »f PH 2 LADE!(PHI A. Guarantee^ v> c\!,*« (aDo l-y lei tor) Nervot Uohillty, Youthful Imprudence, liOSt Ma* mod, Ellects of I rdL ci otlnn, aewte caseF In 4 to in dayfi.) Pimples,!attef) Falling out ot Hair, eto. \n. 'I'hnel hat bi ift years Medico,! exp* rlenoe, and Ir tha ax) physlclai: In i'l ila 4*dphia- who has made L ipecialty in r.uruLw the lending pr Road " Fc- urge ot '^unckR.'' the tn posing of "St f.c», p.d !'rofr. 3 y trs," "Kevfof snds' Free pTvsc^iptiom. Muscnirs, etc.' TiilR is the only hook w'dcN la free from el axaggorntlon, and g.vex a true history of nefl dehllBy, skin blond and private ,'o •I shows tn« nest metbods of treatln DR. 1'ilKKI. ri .aU Disease. 'wses, Uiuse dlseaseH, i-v the leading authorltteB ( the world. Price 2*. . ontt. ( tficc hours;— w a. u.. to 4 p. m. and fre« V to KP I ........ . . FO R A LARGE LOG) OF kindling-wood. Leave orders at hurnoss store of W'-ilfc Kingwalt, I Second and (Market; Georg* Gray, Second and King streets:: John A. Ewing, Ninth and Madison streets; or send postal card to far tory, cornor Union street and Gilpin avenue.: JAMEBL. McKINNEY. Sunday. ** a. m. to V p. or M 1027-1111* NEW ORLEANS, AUgUSt 1, 1883. TO THE PUBLIC a lovestigafe for Touraelves! Postmaster-Gene ml Gresham having put* Ushed a wilful and malicious falseho d in re gard to the character of The Louisiana Mate Lottery Company, the following facts are given to the public to prove his statement, that wo are imgagcd in a fraudulent business, to he false and untrue: Amount ot pr.zes paid by The Louisiana State Lottery Cc" panv f.oin January , 1 h;m, to pr -sent date : Paid to Southern ExurossOo., New Or'.euns, T. A1 We.-woat,Manager 11,300,300 Paid to Louisiana NaMonal Bank, Jos. H. Oglesby, President. 403,MX) Paid to State Nat onai Bank, S. li. Kennedy, President. Paid toNew Orleans National Bank A. Baldwin, President . Paid to Union National Bank, S. Oharlarou, ('ashler . Paid to Oltlxcns' Bank, E. L. Oar riero, President. Paid to Germania National Bank, Jules Oassard,Pres.dent— Paid to Dtheruia National Bank, Ohtts. Pftllrey,Oa«h!er . Paid to Canal Bank.El.Toby.Cash. Paid to Mutual Nutioual Bank,Jos. Mitchell, Cashier. 126,100 88,660 04.46*1 67.W 30,00ti. 37.00C 13,16d 8,200 Total paid a« a Dove - $2,263,060 Pa*d in sums of under $1,00 at tho | variouf offices of »he Oompuuy iir .ughojt the llnilod Slates- 2,027,410 Total paid by aH..$4,881,000 For the truth of the above facts we refer the public to tbeofficufs of the above-named corporations, and lor our legality and stand ingot the Mayor auJ oillo.rsof llie t'lty of New Orleans, to the State authorities ot Louisiana We claim to he legal, honest and correct in aii transactions, as much so as any l business in the country. Our stand is eon duced by all who will investigate, and our St ck has for yearn been sold ut our Board ol Brokers, and owned bv many of our best known und reepecten ciM/.cns. ft. A. DAUPHIN, President. f ■ •^CAPITAL PRIZE, *71,000.-** —Tickets only *.Y. Sharon iu proportion.— of of I Louisiana Stale Lottery Com. " We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrangements ,ior all .the Monthly and Semi-Annual Diawings ol The Louisiana Stale Lottery (r'uiupany, and in per sun age and control the Di a wings themselves, and that ttiesumo fun ness, and in good lai*h U>wurd all partiun, und weauihuriz-c the Company louse Urn :rertlhcatu with fac-niu IWs of our Mlguaturei atfached, in lt.i advertiHements. ' onducted with honosty, ; , lno „ rl ,„ ra , eil | n )s6N fnr M y„„ r , by llle 1 Legislature r.r Eduraitlunal an.i (Iharltanie ,,ur).uses—rlttr a ointtnl nr gtl.Oon.iNMi—to | which a reserve fund of over $7,50,(100 lias since he«n added. Comnilaelonern. By an overwhelming popular vote Its fran chise was made a part <f the present Mate Con tttution adopted Dec. 2nd. A. D , 1878. The only Lottery ever voted on and end* ed by the people of hi t State IT KKVKItHCALKH Olt POHTVONB8. Its Grand Single rsumber Drawings take place monthly. A SPLENDIDOPI'GRTTINITY T<» WIN \ FORTUNE. 11TH GRAND DRAWING. CLASS 1$, AT NEW ORLEANS. TUES DAY, November 13, 1883—102nd Monthly Drawing CAPITA!. 1-KIZ.F., (475,4100. 100,000T IcitetH at l ive Dollars Each tlons, in Fifths In Proportion pki/.bh: Frac LIST 1 CAPITAL PRIZE. ... 875,000 i do d do do i lO.IHKI 12,000 2PRIZES OF $0,000 2.000 1,000 ft do 10 , 10 10,000 HI,(.on 20,0 ( 30,00 26.W4I WK). 20 do 1 (H) do 3(H) do 2(H) loo 600 <1 ltoo IUZKH. of#750 0 A pproximation I* f,7fto 600.... 4,600 2.260 do d u do d 26 . 1707 Prizes. muting to.1276,600 Application lor r ites to clubs should he mane oi ly to the office of the Company In New > 'Deans. For further infunnath tng full add re write clear-y, glv *- O. Money Orders payable and address Kei-lst« red Letters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL H/UMK, New (irleuns, La -Inary letters bj s of 45 and upwards Mak. POSTAL NOTES and Mall or Exp by Lx.iress at o (all oxpcneu) to M A . DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La. or.YI. A DAUPHIN, olO 8t 607 Seventh St., Washington, I). C. rnHKHAKYENT HOME CANOPY AND 1 Apollo Ranges, ami the beautiful Opera Parlor Stove are supplied with thedu I ibex grate acknowledged and recommended . by every one having them in use to he the best grate ever made. We take the lead in the stove trade and give our customers the I very best goods for the im-nov In the market To he eonvl need of this, we Invite any one In need of first-class stoves at low prices to callandcxainlner>iirhirgestockatthej>opu lar Delaware stove and range depot, Nos. 7 and u E. Fourth street. H. F. P1CKELH, Proprietor nh-lm i M <1 IJD !E2I 0 ! ft U COl nan (Mad otheruin z ! A £S n SB M anad toed Imlt IHt n G (Bruch TksmBsBSESiKdh J.U.O , MEAMACO.&4.£_V> • -4 Av a «n»r \ vxrlmh't thy Df/nm ' sin botflt 1 Z.JAS. BEL.T 0th end Mertet, Wtlmln,„.,l Dry Goods, Hosiery, Dry Goods, Notion*, Hoftiery, BOOTS AND SHOES, RUBBERS, Shoes and Boots —For Gents, Lidim and Children — OIL CLOTHS, FLOOIl, TABLE AND STAIR. Newgooda In Toy.,Book*. Gkmee.Dolli Wagon*, Velocipede*, Conche*, Wheelbarrow*. N. 11—The cheapeet and beet [.!*.« for hnuHekeeplng good* In the city, aid large*!, line of toy* and fancy good* ii the etate. Expreea Doll 504 MARKET ST. 504j AGENT FOR HARPER'S BAZAAR PAT TERNS. | Coffee! Coffee!! Coffee!! Our Coffees are Always FresL We own our roaster and roaatall of our cof fee. We roast our ooffee two ana three time a week, therefore they are always fresh. Ni stale ooffee on hand. We have a frill line of Klo, Laguayra, Maracaibo, Java and Moot! ooffee always on hand, either green or frtit roasted. We have a good coffee we are selling ? (mends for |l,00,and an elegant coffee we Mil at 6 pounds for | 1 , 00 . We also have a fresh line of New Crop Teas. Wo have as low as 26c. per nound. aH the best 60c. and 00c. tea to r*« fuond In tlty. we make a sj>ecialty of Pure Spioes, whlflt we have ground expressly for our trade. Sugars sold at cost to customers. Handsome presents of Glassware, VtMf, I'ollet Sets, etc., give* with tea and coffee Also, a full line of Now Cron Turnip Herd, ttl CRIPPEN'S rU, l OirKI AMD ABED MYOUI, NO. 6 K.A8T SEUI1M1 STKEKT pOMHN. Mercury ar.d potash have made m pies than war, pestilence and famine hlned. crip* FOR 1*A DIEM. 1 have been using for a month or two in my household, Swift's Speeiiio, (S. S. S.j the f treater portion of it having been consumed »y the female portion of iny family. »nd with the happiest results. It acted like i charm on my wife, who had been In lad health for a long time, and for whom I have paid hundreds of dollars for doctors and med icines. It began to build her up from ti'6 first dose. Another female member of my family took It with equally satisfactory r* suits. It Is certainly tne best tonic tor deli cate ladles that 1 have ever used, and I ha't doubt that want tried them all. I have of exercise, dose confinement in poorly ven tilated hou"os, sower gas poison and malsrlil poison of eu produce sickness among "Uf wives, daughters and sisters, and 1 bwlicvt Swift's Specific is the remedy for all this sort of blood poisoning. F. L. JONES, J. V.. Uultman, (la. on Blood and Skin Dl.-ea** Our treatl mailed free to applicants. THE SWIFTS; SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta. (K SC 1TUHELL* BKUK, UKNISI1ING UNDERTAKER.), ■O. 41SKIKS ITKIIT, (VlLHIIIOTOa, UlLAWAHB. J naira E. H»0 Iowa* Mitubill, 100 W. Seventh ft. B. II AH TIB. mm C — FURNISHING UNDERTAKER, AND EM HALM ER. 412 King «tr«A J. NO. 607 amPLBY STRUT. AS-NIGHT CALLS attended to prompt I yiioi UUTUK1B, tlh'N'L FURNISHING CNDERTAA** HO. IM HAST IIF1MTH IT., WiLKivoreii, Dblawabb. TERMS—28 per oent. lees then uinei pr * FENN & C0,|re DRUGGISTS, 0PP0 SITE EIGHTH STREET MARKET HOUSE following specialties for birds anu dogs: Sicily (binary Seed, Rape Seed, HempSedi Mixed Seed In pounds,boxes, or by the quart. Also, Red and White Gravel,Bird Manns. Mocking Bird Food, Blid Bitters, Muu inf Pepper,M ite Exterminators, Cuttle-fish H >nti Hath Tubs. Oiler the 1. —Also, Minge lod Distemper Con firlo| , .-p These are selling at low prices. oc20*l® PHILADELPHIA MAKKFTR. SRA.IW Wheat, Red and Amber. No. 1 Red Wheat. Dorn.. Oats. Timothy hay per hd.. Mixed. Straw.. dlover heed. timothy... I ' ul »l,I.* ; :s0*-j .. 7U.0-* .. «.««"•'! PHILADBLFHIA OATTL1XAVR .|2.600^ . ...... T.OOffi*!* Sheep, per head.. itHmDs per ft. dogs per 100. . tfc-ef Cattle i»er 100 .. «» .4.26 NEVER HAD BETTER BREAD, was the remark of a gentleman wbo bough 1 * barrel of our JEWEL (lour It makes white, light, moist. i read. Try It. The price Is reasonatdo, ^ the flour is elegant. los. Tatnall &. Co., M a OOE FBOST a OBAHOB B 1 * Telephone 09.