NO. 67,060l'liiii íh N umi, i i i Ticket Umi 4 llil'lt un lo ISO,OOO. om linili ol'the iiioii ni Comen u llihil} y;iui l..lll At the ln:-t drawin;.' of the Loiiislnll-i Stftte Lottery Conkpaiiy. trckít No. 67,000 ilrew the capital prize of $150,0011, and niost of Otlf rendéis areawuie u one tenth part of lliis ticket was ounccl b.v Mis. M. U. Xi-wb 'iiy, of tliis city, who is Dow reJqicing In tliêrcceii-t of Uer $15,000, wBIch anived here the lirst of the week, the amonnt hüviiiR heen oolleoteü !y tlie First N'iitional JJiuk of Clieboygan. There is rejoieini; over thi-ir srood fortune lo the borne oí Mr. and Mrs. Nt-wbiTry, and all oí our people ale jrlail to sce tlicm : itili on, thisbelng the lirst lottery ticket ever bOUgtlt by Mr. Newberry. vVe aiesorry to learn that they will ID : few days imove to (írand lUpIíUanil tlicru pinchase a Lome and settle dow n and enjoy I he benefit ot tlu-ir rorid luck. The balance of the iiioiicy left alter gettiní; a home will be UUt out ut interest, or placed in some safe place. The lottery oonapany Cftine to the front protnptly and paid the amount of money due on presen tatlón ol the ticket without any quïbbUng. - ('in1boyiin (Mich.) Dcmocrat, April. In the tpftogi liiindredM ot persoiiB suffer from boil", Ciirbuiiclcs, and other ernptlve dlsenses. These are eTideiice that the syBtem is trying to parga itself of' impurities, and that it need9 the powerful ald whicli is aff rded by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.