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personal Characteristics of vhe Head cf the Catholic Church in the United States. From the -Vein York Sun. jaLTIMOBS, June 2.-—Cardinal Gibbons, . ' r'jmato of the Roman Catholic church ® the United States, leads a very quiet and , .'■entful life. His elevation to the car dinal ■ has not changed him in ti e least, gis rooms in thearchiepiscopal residence on cfnr’.cs avenue are fitted up with almost iihifu’- simplicity. Ho enjoys thedistinc jV’jof being the youngest of the cardinals. ;s not a young man in the strict sense of ‘ p w rd for he has already passed his 50th iv'bdav’ but he is young in comparison .' pp venerable colleagues in the college f cardinals. . ... Cardinal Gibbons is an American from soie s of his foet to the crown of his J" a ,j fie was born in Baltimore July 23, ?;.! within a stone’s throw of the place i.;, iv he now resides. He was ordained (. :’,O, 1361. In 1808 he was appointed yo r Apostolic of North Carolina. Four , r< jat rhe was installed Bishop of Rieh ' ■„! In 1877 be ' vas wade Coadjutor • roliDishop of Baltimore, assuming on the death of Archbishop Bayley the full Arch- LV-pi'ic. Oh June 29 of last year the red , was conferred upon him. ! i personal appearance the cardinal is 1 . der and delicate. Ilis features are clear cut and his kindly manners make friends wherever lie goes. Asa writer he ranks v high. No one who has ever read the "Faith of Our Fathers” can help being charmed with his style. The book is made U p principally of sermons delivered while on missionary tours in North Carolina, and, jt is said, has met with a larger circulation ♦hfUi any other similar Catholic work ever polished. More than 100,000 copies have bee;! sold. While Cardinal Gibbons was a priest in the small paris i of Elkridge, near Balti more. smail-pox broke out in the village, un i all the people who were able deserted tiu t ivn. One old negro, who was on the ,■0 nt of death, was loft by his friends aud family with, neither food nor medicine, father Gibbons hastened to the dying man’s bedside, where he remained until the last. No one e'-e could be procured to carry the corpse to the grave, and Father Gibbons noted as undertaker as well as minister. Having obtained a coffin, he placed tne bodv in it. in some way or other dragged it to the grave, performed the last rites of the church, and buried it. There is another incident in the life of the cardinal which he rarely touches upon, but it has frequently been told in Baltimore and never denied. While bishop of Rich mond he was defendant in a suit relating to g „me church property. When he was called to the stand the plaintiff’s lawyer, after a number of vain endeavor’s to" involve the witness in contradictions, questioned the bishop’s l ight to the title of bishop of Rich mond. The defendant’s lawyer objected to this as irrelevant, but the bishop said that if allowed half an hour to obtain papers he would answer the question. This was dip iwed. The bishop left the court room, gni in twenty minutes returned with a document, which he proceeded to read with pvat solemnity, all the more solemn as the paper was written in Latin. The plaintiffs lawyer pretended to take notes industriously, bowing his head once in a while, as if in acquiescence, and seemed perfectly convinced at the end. When the loading Was finished he announced that the papal bulls just read were entirely satisfac tory, at the same time apologizing for his expressed doubts. The next day it leaked out that the bishop, unable to find the papal bulls at his residence, had brought to court and had read a Latin essay on Poire Leo the Great, written by one of his eccle siastical students, and forwarded by the president of the college as a specimen of the young man’s skill in Latin composition. The Cardinal adapts himself to all classes and conditions of men. He can sympathize with the wires of his poorest and most un educated parishioner with just as much sincerity as iie discusses art and literature with men who stand at the head of both. The Cardinal was one of the prominent figures at the recent constitutional centen nial in Philadelphia. A reception was given in his honor by the Catholic club. The Cardinal there met the President of the United States and nearly every member of his cabinet, the general of the army and the admiral of the navy, the governors of at least thirteen states with their respective staffs, aud a score of other national, state, and local celebrities, together with anv number of archbishops, bishops and priests. Ho had an appropriate word for every one. He talked war with Gen. Sheridan and war ships with Admiral Luce. He surprised Secretary Bayard with his knowledge of foreign affairs, and showed Gov. Beaver that he was well up on everything relating to William renn and Pennsylvania. During the evening the cardinal was thrown into contact with a group of reporters. Here he apjieared at his very best. He possesses an insight into journalism which very few persons outside of the profession have. His particular knowledge of the local papers was what pleased most of all. He knew the names of the pri prietors of nearly all the papers, and in an off-hand manner referred to the political opinions of each and the kiud of people they catered to. Sieaking of the cardinal, a word con cerning this red cap is in order. Innocent t' -, at the council of Lyons in 1245, con j? rl ' eu ” n the cardinals the distinction of tnat red cap. The special meaning of the cap is that the pope places it on the head, !•* seat of the brain, to warn the cardinal at tie must give learned and loyal counsel the government of the church, while the filor signifies that the wearer must be prepared to shed the last drop of blood ratuer than botray his trust. The cap f Uo ' v one °f ceremony only, and serves but "ice, once when the cardinal receives it in i-ioistory, and next when it rests on his catafalque at his obsequies. It is then sus pnaed from the ceiling of the chapel or sip of the church where he is buried. The .. J* round, with a low crown and a wide, ... bum, from the inside of which hang “teen silk tassels. tr cardinal’s health is comparatively 5, ', at the present time, and it is under m that lie conbuiifilates writing another ’ on the doctrine of the church. Welding by Electricity. Fro m the Boston Bulletin, June 3. L® ®s rcla ! basis. A company has been , mainly by Boston capitalists with a tot u <ick of *500,000, winch will turn ie sr tt htachines. The machines will ,’t tmo company has a royalty on tiHku ,1® mado by their machine. To ■i] ~, ms practical a meter is set upon them m 1 m ? ter baa upon it three dials Iwii io l l^°3 * on a R ai rooter- By its w construction, it is claimed, it will h unless a perfect weld is made. lU- eiv company is backed by considor : niul’ 1111 ’ by which ilis enabled to buy b'tli. electrical welding i,,i ( i * 'nt be country. Those machines will i„ "young in tne shape of metal. Th'>y ie,. that both metals sliail be of t, 7. ® material, as iron has been welded tiii'liiti ln -t 8 experiments tried. The •o rm, they nre now built will weld lba ‘hues3 ' BOI a Wttt °b s prmg with equal John Was All Right. i.y From the Boston Courier. kr. 18 out pretty late o'nights, bn im.Vv '■?' Bally; his business keeps him late k Ivp ?,?,'! ? , ! rf ' *!' bn siness? These men ain't *l’"r;rni4'" l °° far ’ Jlr9 ' Dally. I speak from *at Lf 1 ! o ** my John Is all right.” ,“lV e '|| y f ’U o confident?'’ L, i Tl ' B l)n,y on °c ® week, and then ti l( . i.. , R . lK ’ m Having It to do. He doesn't , lv.ira,„.„'“ t , Mt , of attention to his personal *n tiiiv Ti n ' e . “I' 1 have tmnl work in keeping *; ' iinn ikerefuef"and. f ut * drop of col ' J * ~B < * n ?ueh, lire. There'* no female that s sure, Uu'B aU right. summer RESORTS. Suwannee Snlnr Suriiis, SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORID! SITUATED in the high and dry soction of the h- btate, and on the Gainesville division of the Savannah, Florida and Western railway, imme diately on hanks of the far-famed Suwannee Kiver, it offers AS A SUMMER RESORT many inducements not equaled by Springs in the North, being easy of access, with two daily mails, and four trains a day; free from malaria Q • i I 0 **• coi system of water works, with hot and cold water, direct from the Spring, in every room; bath room to each cottage; no expensive railroad fares; low rates, and a climate unsurpassed, enjoying the cooling south west breeze from the Gulf day and night. AS A REMEDIAL AGENT it is well known for its wonderful cures of Rheumatism, Dyspepsia. Diseases of the Liver, Kidneys, Urinary >rgans, Blood and Skin. Rates —Adults, $lO 50 per week, or $35 per month. Children under 10 and nurses, half price; where two adults occupy same room, per week, or s(>o tier month. For further particulars, or for pamphlet con taining testimonials, address the proprietors, L. W. SCOVJLLE & CO., Suwannee Statjon (S , F. & W. Ry.), Florida. Montvale Springs, Blount County, - Tennessee. THIS Health resort will be open May 15th. 1888. The most celebrated Dyspeptic Water known. Elegant Hotel and Grounds. Excellent Table. Telephone connection with Knoxville. Katos: $2 per day, $5 to 810 per week, S3O and *35 per month; half rates for children of 10 years and under. J. C. EXGEL. Prop. Gatoosa Springs. Hotel Now Open For the entertainment of guests. Beautiful grounds, superior buildings, large capacity. Location high, drainage perfect. Our BUFFALO-EPSON, MAGNESIA, SULPHUR, CHALYBEATE. FREESTONE and LIMESTONE Water are among the best in the world. Address CATOOSA SPRINGS CO., Catoosa Springs, Ga. Battery Park Hotel, ASHEVILLE, N. C. (OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.) JNO. B. STEELE, Manager. CUMMER RATES FOR SEASON OF 1888; IO May, June, July. August and September.— When one room is occupied by one person: Per day $4. per week £2l to 325. per month of four weeks 3i5 to S9O. When one room is occupied by two persons: Per day $7, |>er week $35 to 842, per month $l2O to $l5O. Special rates to families. Above rates are governed according to loca tion of rooms. Parlor suites and rooms with baths extra. INDIAN SPRINGS. WANTED, SUMMER BOARDERS, —AT— Dempsey House, Jackson, Ga., BEAUTIFULLY situated on the Fast Tennes see, Virginia and railroad, midway between Macon and Atlanta, live miles north of the celebrated Indian Springs. Good schools, churches, skillful physicians, delightful climate, spring water on draught fresh every morning, splendid carriage drives, good livery, table best the city and country market affords. IMenty of fresh milk, ice and fruits. Charges reasonable. Write for terms. Mrs. L. 11. SMITH, Proprietress. _ W A H M SPRING S, MERIWETHER COUNTY, GA., "VTORTH side of * Pine Mountains, 1,500 feet i. s above sea, with cool, DRY climate, free trom dust, mud and mosquitoes at all times; is on the Georgia Midland railroad, between Atlanta and Columbus, with double daily mail trains and telegraph office. The spring flows 1,400 gallons water (90® tem- Cerature) per MINUTE, affording the FINEST athing in America. Six large swimming pools two to five feet deep. Bathing fr*e. This warm water is sure cure for dyspepsia, most cases of rheumatism, skin and Kidney diseases. Fine music. Good livery. Bar with best wines, liquors and cigars. For circulars, w ith rates of board, analysis of water, etc., address CHAS. L. DAN IS. Mountain Park Hotel, Hot Springs, N. C. (FORMERLY WARM SPRINGS.) OPEN throughout the year. Especially de sirable as a summer resort. No hot weather. No annoying insects. The most luxurious and beneficial baths in America; marble pools, por celain tubs. Remarkable efficacy in treatment of Gout, Rheumatism, Malaria,.Kidney and Liver troubles. Dyspepsia and other complaints. Resident physician, Hotel new and elegant. Magnificent ball room. Cuisine unexcelled. Terms reasonable. Write for descriptive pamphlet. G. K. LANSING, Manager. Formerly mgr. of Astor House, N. Y. city. ARDEN PARK HOTEL i COTTAGES (\ FFF.R in location, climate and appointments ) one of the most delightful anil in the char acter and culture of guests one of the most pleasant and agreeable summer resorts in the whole mountain region of Western North Caro lina. The hotel is nine miles from Asheville, and on the Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad. City references: Dr. W. S. Lawton and Ed ward Karow, Esq. THUS. A. MORRIS, Proprietor, Arden, N. C. FAUQUIER WHITE" SULPHUR SPRINGS, FAUQUIER COUNTY. VIRGINIA. I TUFTY-SIX miles south of Washington, on ’ Virginia Midland Division of Piedmont Air Line. Open for guests from June I.to Doc. I. Gas, electric bells, hot and cold baths on each floor. Most complete and best furnished brick hotel in the South. Circulars at Butler's Phar macy, Bull and Congress streets. H. CABELL MADDUX. Manager. THE TABARD INN, RUGBY, TENN. rpHE delightful Anglo-American resort on the 1 Cumberland Plateau, only five hours from Chattanooga. “A cool, choice, and select re treat.” CHAS SKENE, Manager, HOTEL WEIRS, TOE WEIRS, LAKE WINNIPISBKOGEE. N. H. ; D. B. STORY, Proprietor. Opens June The Watnuga Hotel fc Cottage*. | BLOWING ROCK, K. C„ OPENS JUNE Ist, 1888. for the season. Bend for a descriptive circular. WATAUGA HOTEL CO.. Proprietors. apollinaris. “Securus judicat ORBIS TERRARUM." Apollinaris. “THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS.” The filling at the Apollinaris Spring during the year 1887 amounted to 11,894,000 bottles. , Of all Grocers, Druggists , and Mineral Water Dealert. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, JUNE (>, 1888. SI’MMER RESORTS. Orkney Springs and Baths, IN THE FAMOUS SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1888. I 9 NTIRE new management. Most elegantly J equipped and conducted resort. Spring beds, hair mattresses, etc. Acconunodates 1,000 persons. Sanitary arrangements Vifcct. Six different mineral waters. Scenery and attrac tions unexcelled. Terms Moderate. Pamphlets at railroad ticket offices and drug stores. Savan nah, or address M. W. LAMBERT, Former manager Deer Park anil Oakland, Manager for new lessee Orkney Springs. Va. CAPON SPRINGS AND BATHSk ALKALINE IJTHIA AND SUPERIOR 'R N WATERS, HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, W. \ A. 'THIS celebrated mountain resort for health X aud pleasure. Bat hs of any temperature; a summer climate unsurpassed; a charming sum mer home with its many improvements, accom modating 800 guests, opens June Ist.. For medi cal and other testimony, send for circular. Will, H. SALE. Proprietor. THE KENSINGTON, SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. Opposite Congress Springs Park. Located in the garden spot of Saratoga. First-class accom modations for 400 guests. Popular prices, open from June to October. PAUL C. GRENING, Owner and Proprietor. HAZLETON, PA.. CENTRAL HOTEL, On top Buck Mountain, 1,800 feet above tide. Send for descriptive circular and terms. SAMUEL B. CRESSMAN. Prop. NEW YOEK. Eli WEST 87th STREET. Handsomely fur -1• > T pished rooms, with or without board, transient or permanent Terms moderate. HOTELS. ST. DENIS HOTEL —AND— Taylor’s Restaurant, BROADWAY AND ELEVENTH STREET, NEW YOKE. European plan. Rooms $1 a day and upward. In the vicinity of all the leading retail stores and principal places of amusement. V\ II J.I AM TAYLOR. Proprietor. TH E MO PRISON HOUSE' C CENTRALLY located, ou line of street ears, J offers pleasant south rooms, with excellent board, at lowest summer rates. Transient ST to $9 per week, including a trip to the seaside. With new baths, sewerage and ventilation per feet, the sanitary condition of the house is of the best. Corner Broughton anil Drayton streets, opposite .Marshall House. CLOTHING. $4 85 $6 00 $6 50 $7 50 $7 65 $7 70 and $8 40 IMTHER of the abov* amounts will secure J you one of those cool Summer Suits, if you hurry up, as we have very few of them left. Full assortment Pongees, Silk, Mohair and Alpaca Coats and Vests at popular prices. Our special lot Pongee Coats and Vests at $3 50; worth $5 anywhere in the city. We only advertise w hat we can do. The past has shown that. The present will prove it. Call aud convince yourself. APPEL I IE One Price Clothiers and Leaders of Low Prices, 163 Congress Street, Opposite the Market. Seasonable Gaels. "VTOTHING pertains so much to comfort and X 8 health in summer as being properly clad. It has been established beyond doubt that Dr. Jaegers Sanitary Clothing, by its peculiar texture, aiding tho pores of tho skin to throw off its refuse matter, is of great benefit in keeping the body in a strictly SANI TARY CONDITION. These goods also render the body imi>ervi>us to both heat and cold, dif ferent weights, however, necessarily being used for the different seasons, and the company has of late been particularly fortunate in the sue cess of their “Gauze" weight, which was made this season for the first time, and is still lighter than their celebrated K. These goods are particularly adapted to our climate, keeping the body, notwithstanding trie changes of temperature, in its Normal Condition, which is particularly gratifying, comforting and healthful. We have just received a larg* l line o f these goods and will be glad to show them to all in terested, being confident that money expended tor them will well repay the purchaser. These goods cannot be had anywhere else in our city, and to those who cannot call we will gladly send our illustrated catalogue on appli cation. 1 11 & IS, SAVANNAH, GA. GROCERIES. Picnic Goods —AY Strauss Bros’ Lunch Tonffuo, Devilled Ham, Potted Ilam, Chipped Beef, 1 and 2-lb. Corn Beef. ALL KINDS OF PICKLES A Fine Assortment of Crackers. BASKETS BASKETS, BASKETS, FOR LURCH OR MARKET. STRAUSS BROS., 82 AND myu BARNARD STREET. GROCERIES. /TccttkeßfW) ' (Or’ocenes auAtlie t > y f lira! f '.'rd Lester J- i\ cssrbsj, —r m p NX. .^.rr,syy v ! 4r\ fwlviL i up.f '■'Piv __ Cr IJMy -j \\ •'!., Mi 1,. c&nf&tp jjfce f "Sick. Sad and Ross’ IlflCast OinfZPr Alp. s*l 3r> po,- cloteon. A. Grap Winn, t?l per trillion. 16 lto.s. Bixtra Fine Cooking Prunes for Si. Choice Large Queen Olives, fi’Oe. per quart. Fresh Saratoga Chips, Cheapo. At 1). H. LESTER’ DRY GOODS. DANIEL HOGAN. SPECIAL SALES OF LAIS' MUSLIN UNDEBWEAfi. The following are a few of the Many Bargains Offered: 10 dozen Nightgowns, elaborately trimmed with Hamburg Embroidery, at 75c.; regular value $1 (15 dozen Chemises, Drawers and Skirts, slightly soiled, at 2<Jc. Tills lot comprises goods wortli from 40c. to 50c. 15 dozen Drawers, with Cluster Tucks, and fine Hamburg Edge. 25 dozen Nightgowns, All Over Embroidery Yokes, trimmed with fine Edging, $1 25; usually $1 75. 50 dozen Cambric Skirts, Cluster Tucks and Wide Ruffie, (SOe. each; good value for 75c. ■0 dozen Nightgowns, Skirts, Chemises and Drawers, 00c. each; reduced from sl. 35 dozen Chemises and Nightgowns, trimmed with very fine Embroidery, $1 10: usual price $1 50. (10 dozen extra fine Corset Covers, trimmed with line Embroidery, price, 25c. each to $1 Past Black Hosiery for Ladies, Children and Men. The color will not crack or prow rusty, but improve by washing. Should tho color prove otherwiso the money will be refunded. SULKS! SILKS! Summer Silks ai 25c., 35c., 45c. and fA\ Colored Surah Silks at fldc. The identical quality has l>een retailed within three months at 76c. a yard. Colored Surah Silks at 050. a yard; worth 850. a yard. Colored Surah Silks at 85c.; worth at least $1 per yard. ]\ 1 oiiiTiiiig Kress Goods. Unprecedented bargains will be offered during tho ensuing; week in Priestly’s Celebrated Mournful Dress Go *ds, which comprise the following popular weaves: Convent ('loth. Cashmere de India, Ravenna Cloth, Malrose Cloth, Ondine, Imperial Twill, Camel s Hair Serge, Mouslene Crepe, silk Warp Henrietta from £l to 50 por yard. Batiste Cloth at 05c., 75c. and 85c. per yard; Tamise Cloth from 40c. to 1 |>er yard, Nun’s Veiling from rc. to Si per yard. Albatros Cloth from 15c. to $1 per yard. Cashmere from 15c. to $1 50 per yard. One lino Ail Wool Henrietta, full 18 inches wide, at 75c. per yard. 200 BOYS’ KNEE PANT SUITS JUST RECEIVED, prices ramming from $1 25 to $lO. DANTEL IKK f A N. SASII DOORS BLINDS, ETC. VALE WniFllil SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, LUMBER. UPTOWN OFFICE: West Broad and Broughton Streets, SAVANNAH, GA. FOOD PRODUCTS. Forest City Mills. FLGUR, MEAL -A.2STD ( J It ITS. Its full product is disposed of every day, insuring - freshness and sweetness of these all im portant articles of food, and to be obtained in no other way in a climate where every thing deteriorates so rapidly. taijajibsllt PROPRIETORS. ,MA( lllN J-.in. J. W. TYNAN, ENGINEER and MACHINIST, BAVANNAH. GEORGIA. Comer West Brood and Indian Streeta All kinds of machinery, boilers. Err., made and repaited. STEAM PUMI’S. governors, injectors and steam WATER FITTINGS of all kind* for Mle. LUMBER! LUMBER! A. S. BACON, Offloo and Planing Mill, Liberty and Eaat Brood Street*. A full stock of Dbimskd akd Room, Lomu, Laths, Smiiouca, Etc., always on hand. Esti mate* given upon application, Prompt doll r XuaGwloed, IcicpLoae 117. GROCERIES, GROCERIES, LIQUORS AND WISES. IT'ORSALE, to cash customers, at, a small fraction above cost. Give me a cail. A. 11. CHAMPION, 154 Congress Street, PEACHES CUT AND BUGAKED FOR CUKAM OU FREEZING. f 1 RATED PINEAPPLE, Whole Imported ‘ I Pineapple, California White Cherries, Guava Jelly, at 11 &t W. WEST’S, Canned Goods. • > aaa CASES CANNED GOODS. Tomatoes, Peas, Corn, Salmon, Ixjbster, Kar dines, Oysters, Mackerel, California Fruits, Okra ami Tomatoes, l U rued Jteef.etc. For sale by C. M. 01LHKKT & CO. IRON WORKS, filoiS & fiailantm IRON FOUNDERS, Macbiiiiiti, Boiler Makers and Blacksmith^ UJLttVWA CTURERS OF STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES, VERTICAL and TOP-RUNNING CORN MILLS, SUOAR MILLS and PANS. AGENTS for Alert and Union Injectors, the simplest and most effective on the niarkot; (lullett lJght Draft Magnolia Cotton Ola. the beat In the market. „ . . ail orders promptly attended to. Bend for PrtoeUst. PAINTS AND OIL*. JOHN G. BUTLER, WlirrK LEADS, COLORS. OILS, GLASS, VARNISH, ETC,; HEADY MIXED PAINTB; RAILROAD, STEAMER AND MILL SUPPLIES. HASHES, DOORS, BUNDS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE. Sole Agent for I.ADD LIME, CALCINED PLASTER, CE MENT, HAIR and LAND PLASTER. 6 WhiUK* Street, Savannah, Georgia SHOES. N O W! LISTEN! THESE ARE FACTS When In want of a nice Sta cr Slipper come to us. Don't go to the same ponies that you have been dealing with lor tho past 5, 10 or 15 years but. look around and see if others haven't PRETTIER STYLES, RUTTER UUODS mid LOWER PRICES. It Is pretty gwicrallv acknowledged this sea son that we have revolutionized things in the SHOELINE nnl that our prices are ronsMerably below that of others. So don't got behind the times, hut mine to US for what LOW SH( >KB you may want, and save from 25c. to on every pair you wish for yourself or little ones. W o sell the best grades of Lawn Tennis and Base Ball Shoes, Rubber or Leather Buttons, for Men, Boys and Children. BYCK BROS. 17 WHITAKER STREET. WHOA, THERE! f I have given my word not. to stay^V [ So, Mr. Jockey, get right along; I Because iny wife 1 really adore, I \ 1 get my Shoes at Cohens Store. J M y STOCK OF SHOES AND SUPPERS for Ladi*, Gentlemen, Miftues and Children have been a revelation to those that regard BTYF.KH, Add I'RICKM. All ilivitftlion IH extended the public to examine my Sll< )EB, even should they not be ready to purchase. For Gentlemen the VETERAN $.3 SHOE is beyond competition. COHEN, 139)4 BROUGHTON STREET, BETWEEN WHITAKER AND BULL STREETS. DRY GOODS. Air Entire li AT COST! CROHAN&DOONEH, 137 BROU&HTON STREET. Previous to making im provements in store, we will offer our entire stock at cost for thirty days, commencing on MONDAY, June 4th, at 8 o’clock. CROHAN&DOONER. WATCHES AND JEWELRY, Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, A. L. DESBOUILLOJJS, ai BULL B'PRKKI. MY STOCK is now complete. I have the finest selection of LADIES' ami GENTLEMEN'S GOLD and SILVER WATCVES of the best make. FINE JEWELRY in DLmond Settings, STERLING SILVERWARE, for wedding pres ents, of the very best quality. In elegant cases. Specialty of 18 CARAT FINGER RINGS, BRACELETS, WATCH CHAINS, GOLD and SILVER HEADED CANTS and UMBRELLAS, GOLD SPECTACLES, GOI.L> PENH aud PEN CILS, FINE FRENCH CLOCKS, and many ar ticles which for variety, design, quality and prices cannot he surpaased. OPTICAL GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Watches Ensured bjf Competent Workmen LOTTERY. 1 JNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! L Over a Million Distrlbutsd. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY. lin ory, rated Uy the legislature in IMB, for Educnti n.U aud Charitable purposes, and its t ranchise made a pan of the present State Con st ituliuu, in by an overwhelming popular vote. ltd Grand Single Number Drawings tako place monthly, and the Grand Quarterly Drawinjid, regularly every three inont ha < Marco, J une, September and December.) •■H> (to hereto'/ rrrtjfy 'hat V* supervise the arrangements far ail ih* Monthly arut Quar terly lyratn.ujx of tne ixmcsiana State Loi t*rvCon%i"iny, and /*. person manage and con trol the Itrau'i'ojH 11 U:inaclves, and that the s. or. m are conducted wita honesty, jan ness, and nt good faith toward all parties, • i nd we authorial Uys Company to Use t/ L . 4 certificate , with too simile* of o\p- signatures attached, m its adumu Ueomcni*- Commiqqioners. trV' vniUrrtanM PanH wl Ranlrrr, .*fl| pr.v all Prienilraum in Me touininnn Statu Tsit hrii'i uSirh may pmnentmi "t <atr notin'T,. R M. WALMSLEY. Pres. Louisiana Nat'l Bank PIERRE LANAUX, Pros State Nat’l Bank. A. BALDWIN, Pres New Orleans Nat'l Bank. CARL KOHN, Pres Union National Bank. GRAND QUARTERLY DRAWING In tho Aendemy of Music, New Orleans, TUESDAY. June 12, 1888, CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. 100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each. Halves $10; Quarters $5: Tenths si); Twentieths SI. LIST OB’ POIZES. 1 PRIZE OK 8800,000 Is $ 3121,000 1 prize ok Kio,ono is ion mai 1 PRIZE OF 00,000 Is 60.000 1 I’RIZE OF 25,0(2) Is 20,000 2 PRIZES OF 10,(210 are 20,000 6 PHIZES OF 5,(22) are 20,000 28 PRIZES OF 1,0i2l lire 25,(22) 100 PRIZES OF 0)2) si’s go 000 2(2) PRIZES OK 8(2) are 80 000 600 PRIZES OP 2(2) are 100,000 AI’PROXIMATIOH PRIZES. 100 Prizes of 8500 approximating t<> $300,000 Prize are 80,000 100 Prizes of $3 2) approximating to $lOO,OOO Prize are 80,000 100 Prizes of 8300 approximating to 860,000 Prize are 80,000 TEHMINA), PRIZES. 1,000 Prizes of $lOO decided by 8300,000 Prize are 100,000 1,000 Prizes. if 8100 decided by. $lOO,OOO Prize are 100,000 8,130 Prizes amounting to $1,085,000 For Club Rates, or any further Information, apply to the undersigned. Your handwriting must, bn distinct and Signature plain Mors rapid return mail delivery will lie assured by your enclosing au Eavelopu bearing your full address. Send POSTAL NOTES, Express Money Or ders or New York Exchange in ordinary letter. Currency by Express tat ourexjiense) addressed to M. A. I’VI CIIIV, Aew Orleans, * . or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, I). CL Address Registered Letters ti NEW UKLIANs AAiiOAAL II \ \K, JNew Or Jenna, r.m RFMFMRFF ThAfcth *P WJM *oceof own. r\ C. IVI L. IYI DL_ R rtrfUli Hvaunw ard and Early. who are in charge of the drawing, is a guarantee of absolute fairness and integrity, that the cliances are all equal, and ihat no ona can possibly divmw what number wiii draw a ITtw*. KHMEMBER that the payment of all Priam Ik <4IAHAYIBEII lIY FOUR NATIONAL IIAJVKrt of Now < >rloans, and the Ticket* ar*s signed by the i Tosh I out of an Institution wb omi chartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts; therefore, bowaroof any imitations or anonymous schemes. NPOHTINii GOODS. cimiiiUii.iN' Loaded Shells 10 and 12 Gaage, Any Size Shot Wo will also furnish Sheila to order loaded in any style desired on short notice. Palmer Bros BEFORE BUYING TRAP GUNS, RIFLES, FISHING TACKLE AND— AMMUNITION, CALL AMD GET PRICES PROM G. S. McAlpin, 31 WHITAKER ST. fW~ Special attention given to loading shelto. STOVES. THE NEWMUm A SEVEN INCH FLAT TOP COOKINO STOVE, WITH ALL THE FURNITURE FOR sio. Size ot trip 31x23 Inches. Size of oven ITV4 Inches. This is tho host bargain ever offered. CORNWELL&CHIPMAN. HI UUUUUmON STREET. 5