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:iii :r .: I T'ha ffn minain MississiD ftrom .-DOWPSEND BT REaLSTXRgD
Behold how patiently the year -Awaits
the coming of the spring!
Through frosty winter, chill and drear,
We feel the days are drawing near
To set the trees a bloaseming.
. And in the bitter pinch of old, --'
We know that June, with rosy glee,
Agam high carnival win hold, ,
And scatter wide the green and gold
Of Nature's lavish ebarUy
Why should we then.at heart repine,
- Though tempests overflow the sky?
Since summer suns again win shine
And bring the scarlet columbine . ;
The palaee of the butterfly?
Life has Its winters, cold aa those
That drop their mantles on the plain.
But through the failing of the snows; .
We rive la memory of the rose
And trust that it will bloom again.
With Time's long patience let us bear : .
The chill of grief, life's sere distress,
"Since hope outlives the darkest care.
And In the springtide we shall wear
Again the flower ef happiness.
THE MILLS TO THE COTTON
RAPID PROGRESS OF THE
Good and Economical TToikTbe
iHlU to be Ready for tbo Next Crop-
i Charleston News and Ceurler. '
There is a proverb amonp- mill men
which savs that once a mill reaches its
first story the work of building is more
than half done. The truth of this is ex
emplified in the rapidity with whieh
the work , on the new mill of the
Charleston Manufacturing Company is
progressurg, : ,; , ...
rne ions iana laoonous wora: or fil
ing has ben completed and the, first
stories of .the main building and picker
room axe hot only completed ' but " the
walls are rapidly reacmng up aooye tne
Becdnd story.' The first floor f of which
so much piling was deemed necessary
is eleven ieew in tue ciear atuiu utxr iu
ceiling. The ceiling is supported by
three xaws. nl . massive umDer -puiars
twenty-six in each row an eatHSHplIFar
fourteen inches square, j These rest up
on bases of brick built upon concrete
foundations and support , twenty-six
huge timber girders fourteen by sixteen
inches, which run across the room from
east to west, and which are firmly fas
tened by iron stauncheons and bolts.
On these are are laid the floors for the
second story of the building, two in
number. The under floor consists of a
well seasoned four inch plank, on top of
which will be laid a transverse noor or
one and one quarter inch plank.
The material xisea in me construc
tion of the building has been selected
with care, and is the very best that can
The cost of handling is diminished to
the lowes figures by -reason of the facil
ities which the site of tue new lactory
possesses. A side track runs out from
the main track of the Northeastern
and Charleston and Savannah roads.
This is within a stone's throw of the
facto roy and the intervening marsh be
tween the main track has all been con
verted into terra firma. The material
is unloaded from the train and worked
up in the work yard thus made by fill
ing up the marsh.
As has been stated, the work on the
Charleston Cotton Mill may be consid
ered as over half finished, the most dif
ficult and tedious portion having been
completed, and the question or a man
ufactory of cotton within sight of the
fleecy fields, and within Yiew of the
ocean, will be solved at a very early
. e. . .' a . ! .
The building, it is tnougnc, win nave
the roof on it by the first of October
next, and by the time the crop of 1882
reaches the market tne Dusy songoi tne
spindle will be heard abroad in the
A NEW ENTERPRISE AT AT.UAJNTA
WHAT IS EXPECTED TO COME OF THE
PURCHASE OF THE EXHIBITION
BUILDINGS STEAM CHEAPER THAN
In an interview with a reporter for
the Atlanta Constitution, the purchas
ers of the Exhibition buildings state
that they propose to organized new
factory if the proper arrangements can
be made. Mr. H. L. Richards, one of
the purchasers, says :
There are twentv-nve men reaoy
now to organize a joint stock company
of a halt million dollars capital to com
mence manufacturing in these buil
dings. The land on which the build-
inga stand in ugietnorpe pars, ueionga
to the city of Atlanta. Before we in
vest any more money in machinery we
will have to make some arrangements
with the city for the land on which the
buildings inside the park stand."
Mr. Richard inters, a wen Known
I capitalist, is reported assaying: .
wl Will SUDSCriDO to a cotton iacwry,
with such men as Rice and Richards,
and it will do more for Atlanta to get
nnftfactorv. such as vou speak about
than anything thatcan be done."
"It has been oemonsirateu, saiu ax.
Peters, "that steam, where coal , can be
had for three dollars per ton, is cheaper
than water power. We have the heal
thiest climate in the soutn.and weoniy
need to start the ball and Atlanta will
have one hundred thousand inhabitants
in less than ten years."
Mr. IT. T. Tnman. another capitalist,
said that he was willing to join a good
company if proper titles could be ob
tained lor tne iana in ugiemurpc jraia,
but that he was not willing to invest
money in machinery and take a lease.
I told a man. said JVir. loman, . a
month nan. that T would raise 60 per
cent, of the stock for a good cotton fac
tory here. We must demonstrate what
- . , . 9 ee i . afl..3
we have been saying, ne couunueu,
-that there is money in manufacturing
in the South. If we wait for others to
come here and do it it will never be
done. We want cotton factories, cotton-seed
mills, plough factories, and all
kinds of factories, that will increase
our population and? add to the value or.
every dollar s worm o property in
ANOTHER MILL IN MISSISSIPPI.
Col. Walters. Gordon, of Alabama,
one or tne -projectors oi meuoorgia
Pacific Railroad, has purchased the
Stansbury cotton mills, located at Car
rol ton, Mississippi. The papers! were
all signed at Carrelton on Wednesday,
the 4th instant, and Colonel Gordon
paid the purchase money cash.1 The
property is saiu u do one oi iuoi xuuob
valuable in the South.- The building is
amsumificefiE brick structure, built Up
on the modern plan, and it is said that
if the machinery was . moved out a
regiment of men could, be onueo in tne
main room. There are two powerful
Corliss engines and a large lot of ma
ehinerv in the building. The building
and machinery originally cost 8210,000.
The Georgia Pacific Railroad wilMn
rt roved bonanzas for the owners. The
one at Wesson pays 26 per-eent. m
l dends, and the stock is worth over 800,
I Those a Enterprise and .Natcheg are
said to pay as weiK une go won s lacvo-
menseiy prontawe, ana tne -ssocx in
them, as almost a tmiversal islei Is
away above par; i TJus.iset unnatural,
either wherethe-oattoh is TCo4ucedis
tba proper . piacw to raanuiacjrarej ir
Enough cotton, is made near.CjUTOUtoxi
to suDnly .the stansbury mills, arid sales
for the: manufactured fabrics aa be
made without going outrOf jthe tate.
:'"'THb cWEROSFliMliVL&( :
The YorkviUft , & 'ClEhduirer; says:
vv e were Dieaseu to receive a chuou
Tuesday from J. AVDeaVEsq-t one of
the stockholders in the Cher okeeTalls
, Manufacturing , Compahj,' on' Broad
River3ear . Black's: Station.,-in'-this
county. 7 Mr., Deal .reports. Yry patis-
tactory progress witn, rtnis .enterprise.
are now f putfihg xln.; the ; tnachihery,
and, with no untoward delays wjll be in
full operation in from four to six weeks;
This rnUI will start withooa spindlesi
which will afterwards be increased to
4g000, floor room haying been, brovided
for that number, and it Is also contem
plated to add looms to the spinning ca
pacity of the milL , : . :
THE ROCK HLLL ANT) FORT MILL FACTO"
The Rock Hill Herald says a factory
Wltn B Capital StOCg: OI COU.VWia oemg
axitatea at n ort miu, x ors county. At
ia saiu vuo matter is receivms tuo buti-
ous attention of men who, if they . put
their shoulders to the wheel, have the
money and vim to bring the enterprise
into existence. r
It is stated by the Chester Bulletin
that another factory is to be built in
Rock Hill, adjoining the present - one.
A large part of the stock has been sub
scribed by Northern capitalists.
A Straight sttory Thro
Feather their Neet The
' Hidden tn Oconee.
Charleston News and Cou ler.
v Columbia-! an, lal The following in
teresting story about the Confederate
gold; has j ust been related to me by al
prominent and thoroughly reliable gen
tleman or oconee county wno is now
Mr. William Dickson, who lived in
Oconee county at the close of the war,
and who subsequently moved to Dalton,
Ua, where he died two or three years
ago, gave to a prominent citizen of
Pickens county, shortly after the war,
some very interesting facts about the
disposition of a large amount of the
Confederato treasure which has recent
ly been so much discussed through the
press of the country.
Mr. Dickson informed the gentleman
to whom 1 nave referred tnat within a
few days after the capture of Mr. Da
vis by thePedral troops, three brothers
by the name of Rogers who belonged
to Wheeler s calvary came to his bouse
on horseback with as much of the treas
ure as they could carry on their horses.
What amount he did not know, but
they employed him to go with his team
to Washington. Ga., where they had
buried more of the treasure, and bring
it to their house near Mr. Dickson's in
Oconee county, then Pickens district.
He stated that he proceeded to Wash
ington. Ga- with the Rogers brothers.
where they loaded his wagon with, as
they stated, one hundred thousand dol
lars, and he retnrned with -them to
Oconee county. They then employed
him to carry their treasure to Atlanta,
where they took the tram and went to
They also stated to Mr. Dickson that
they had buried a considerable amount
of the treasury near their house in Oc
onee county and the gentleman from
whom I get this information informs
me that it was generally said in the
neighborhood that the treasure was so
disposed of, and that he himself had
seen parties searching for the buried
treasure. The father of the Roger
brothers came to Oconee during the
war; purchased a tract of land and paid
about one-half of the amount nenad
promised, but the family, crave ud the
place, carried only a few articles of fur-1
i ! X it s T ALf
mturo wub tueui, anu iciu every uiiug
else in the house without making any
disposition whatever ox any or it.
It would now be in orderf or the Leg
islature direct a thorough investiga
tion of this matter, and to provide for
the development of the hidden mines
where the Confederate gold . has been
J. C. H.
Durham Recorder :Tnere was a case
of small pox reported in Durham Jast
Hunaay, out on examinauon ,oy xne
physicians it was pronounced measles.
Iiaurenburg Enterprise :We regret to
learn that Mrs. Dickson, o. Shelby, the
beloved aunt of Mrs. Willie Bobbins of
this town, ' and a former; resident of
Wilmington, was recently, prostrated
from a stroke of baralvsls.' which im
paired her left side and affected l her
speech. Her condition at last accounts
Wilminzton Review: A few isolated
cases of pinkeye, the ne w horde disease,
are said to have appeared in this city.
We are sorry to hear of the death of
Mr. Rudolph F. Eyden, which occurred
suddenly in this city last evening. Mr.
Eyden was struck with appoplexyat
about 6 o'clock and died at 12, without
having had one ray of consciousness
during that interval.
Alamance Gleaner: We are pained to
announce the death of Clem. C. Curtis,
which occurred last Thursday.
Miss Lula, daughter of Jas. H. Holt,
has been sick several days, and is now
lying at the point of death.
Dr. C, T, Murphy of Sampson county
died at his home in Clinton on toe
night of the 8th, inst, aged 60 years.
He was a beloved and highly esteemed
gentleman, and took a prominent part
in the pontics ox nis state.
Wilmington Star: The body of an
unknown colored man was floating in
the ri ver yesterday, by a colored : man
named Simon Ashe, and towed into
Messrs. Hall & Morton's dock. It is
supposed to be the body of a colored
mariTenorted drowned off a raft a week
or two ago. The remains will be inter
red this moiniDg at the expense of the
county. - -. -
7'Baleigh' Kews and Observer: Gov.
Jarvifl has ordered a' SDeciat term of
Madison Superior Court, to bftjrin Feb.
SO. No Judge has as yet been assigned
to hold it -
Yesterday the followinir sheriffs set-
fciAri their taxed due bv their resnective
counties to the State t' Geo. W. Blount
administrator or Knens hi. wm
sUad, Wilson, t9Ml 86; JV W. Hampr
Rowan, $W163; John JL Hughes,
Orange, 95J520 2.y'A'nus far tnis r year
f nrtv-f onr shenirs have settled. ;
i ilfo Small tTxrx itt.'3aleig as falsely
reponeay nor m. uu juouMi....-.!:.
OITTn CAROLINA ITEBIS.
Spartanbure Herald : A meetlnjr of
uio oirectora or tne SDarianuursr. jau-
rens and Greenwood Railroad is called
for next Thursday, 19th of this month,
asjiiren3j. ii..v , . . ,
Dr. G, W, , Hemitsh. vaccinated c
any patients last? Monday, lie . wast
sept busy the wHole d ay, with, scarciBly:
u moments intermission.; v . -
Denutv Sheriff Holt savs there has
been issued from the his office during
uutB.yaseyear aoout iu lien waixaats
. 1. ..a. 1 a. s a ii - . a..
more man the sum oi those issued the
preceding years since the lien law has
Winnsboro News and Herald: Mr.
John Roland died at the residence of
Mr. John Entzminger on the 13th inst.
at the advanced jage of 84 years. He
was well known to the older citizens of
Fairfield eounty. ' -
Mr. Walter Holly, son of Mr, K. B.
Polly, who was. injured on the Spartan
burg and Union ' Railroad a short time
ago.has had his leg amputated; below
the knee, and is now doing well. We
join his friends in wishing him a speedy
'- . " 1 ' I SS S ' t l.
Coffee drinkers ahnnid read the advArfJiwnnif
m another column headed 'Good CoOee."
FADED OR GRAY HAIR gradnauy recorers its
I youthful eolor and lnatm bv the nsa nf Partcnr's
i jeumt j
Balsam, an eleeant dreaaln.'iiui mired for its
purity and rlefi perfume.
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BUTION, CLASS B, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1882.
Hist MONTHLY DRAWING.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated In 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
lature lor jsaucaaonai and Charitable purposes
with a capital of 81,000.000 to which a reserve
runa oi wu,uuu nas since been auuea
By an overwhelming popular - vote its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d. A. D. 1879.
Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawlmrs Will
take place monthly.
n never scales or postpone, imx at tne follow
Ingdlstributionr ; CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,00a
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars Each. Half
. Tickets, one uouar.
LIST OF FRIZES
1 Canltal Prize
1 Capita Prize..
, i capaai nt.
2 Prizes ot 82,500. 5,000
6 Prizes of
20 Prizes of
160 Prizes (X
500 Prizes of
1,000 Prizes of
, APlXIMATION PRIZES.
9 Approilmailen Prizes of 8300 S2.700
fl Approximation Prizes of 200. 1.800
9 ApproxlmaUoB Prizes of ' 100 000
1857 .Prizes, atntanting to 8110,400
ReeDensrule corresDondlnsr aeents wanted at all
points, to wnorn uoerai compensation wiu be para.
If or further lnffermatloa. write clearly. Kivlns full
address. Pend orders by express or Registered
Letter, or Money Order by mati,- addressed only to
XL A 1A UrUIN,
New Orleans. La
orM. A. DAUPHIN,
idi UL saiie street, Chicago, ins.,
The New York ofa.'e is removed to Chicago,
N. B. Orders addressed to' New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
The particular attention of tha Pabllc is called
to the fact that the entire number ot the Tickets
for each Monthly Drawing is sold, and conse
quently all the prizes la each drawing are sold and
drawn ana paia.
POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWLNO OF THR
m the City of LotdsvOie. on
TUESDAY, JANU ABY 31st, 1882.
ThNw drnwtnffs nocnr monthlv (Sundays exceDt-
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United states Circuit Court on Marea 81
rarulanwi the foDowlnar deeislona: .'
1st That the Common wealth Distribution Com
pany Is legal.
Aa lis arawunrs are nur.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
tond. Bead the nst of prizes for tne
. JANUARY DBAWTN6.
10 Prizes, $1,000 each...
20 Prizes, 600 each,...
100 Frizes, . 100 each,...
2O0 Prizes, - 60 eaclw..
600 Prizes. 20 each..,
tnnn Prizes. ' 10 each...
9 Prizes. S300 each. Approximation Prizes 82,7
OPrlaa SOO "t . , . i X
w razee, ioU i" . " w
85 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex
pense. Aoareea au oruers vo . " -.i
B. M. BOARDMAN, Ownlerournal ; Band ' i
Loalsvaie, Xy or 809 Broadway, New York.
; WWbol liacl: Banting,
At 15b per yard." Also, some new CORDS and TASSELS.
We have dellcatersnades oi BUNTWOa, for erenlnz
Dresses. We are still cljaring bargains in
Ming Jackets, Dolmaos,
The newest and most
seen In this market
convinced that we will
SEED OATS !
SEED OATS !
BAGGING AND TIES
We are agents for
THE WATT PLOW
And win seU it lower , than, you can buy an othe
' good plow. Full assortment alwaja on hand.
. Call and fee' us before purchasing.
MAYER & ROSS.
OoakSj Mm, Dress Goois,
d rable Dresa-Shleld ever
RDBBKB8. Call and be
Rive you bargains. Truly,
C. C. D. A.
LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE
IN THE SOUTH.
He McSmith Music House
CHICKKRINa & EONS,
KRANICH & BACH,
And other PIAN03.
MASON & HAMLIN,
PSLODBET & CO.,
AND OTHER ORGANS.
THE ONLY HOUSE THAT SELLS STRICTLY
Ask me for prices If yen want good work
and you will never buy anything but the best.
Address or call on,
GREAT GERM DESTROYER.
PITTING OK1 8MAL
Ulsters purified and
Gangrene prevented and
Wounds healed rapidly.
8curvey cured in abort
Tetter dried up.
It is perfectly harmless.
For -ore Throat it is a
Contaeion destroyed. '
Sick Kooms purl ed and
Fevered and Sick Per
sons relieved and re
freshed by b8T
with Prophy lati Flod
added to the wan '
Soft White Complexions
secured by Its use. in
Impure Air made harm
less and purified by
To Durtfv the Breath.
Cleanse the Teeth, It
can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Bums relieved Instantly.
Ship Fever prevented by
In cases of death In the
house, it should alwsys
be used aout the
corpse-it will prevent
any unpleasant smelL
Removes all unpleasant
An antidote for animal
or Vegetable roison,
Daneerous efflavlas of
sickrooms and hospi
tals removed by Its use.
Yellow Fever Eradicate
In fact it is the great
. PKEPAKED BT
J. H. ZELUN & CC
Mamifacturlng Chemists-, Sole Proprietors
'-deal '. ' -'
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