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Lvons' Patent Metallic Stiffens
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Wearing ff it the Sides er Ripping
IN TELE SEAMS.
Johnson's Silk and Felt Insolts
BHKDMATIC CHAMP. COLD FEET, BUNNIONS
PEGRAM & CO.,
TO IMS I IVB HBAETK.
"Kieellent Tonl, AlterstlTe and Diuretic"
Medical AssoclaUon, Lynehbure. Ya.
"Uged with great beneQt to Malaria and Wpn-
' Buccesstiflly used In dyiperpsla, chroale dlar
fnoea 'ana'icrofola,,,,J-?roL B. Jackson, M. D.,
''Intaluable as a nerroos tonle." Hon. L u
bowler, Tenn. '
J "Hecommended as a prophylactic n malarial
rJlstrlot r t v.i ia n n n. ''
Kestores debilitated systems to health." T. C.
Mercer, M. D., Ind. .
. Adapted In chronle diarrhoea, scrofula, and
a7spepsla:"-Geo. T. Harrison. M. D., N. Y.
v successful In diphtheria and neuralfla, J. r.
N'ese. M, D., N. C.
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TromTH tn itAvfrnr hmnAnAhi. aick and ner-
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.Pain in the .Back and Side.
There 13 nothing more painful than these
diseases; but the pain can be removed and
the disease cured by use of Perry Davis'
This remedy is not a cheap Ben tine
or Petroleum product that must be kept
away from fire or beat to avoid danger
of explosion, nor is It an untried experi
ment that may do more harm than good.
Pain Killer has been in constant use
for forty years, and the universal testimony
from all parts of the world Is, It never
f al Is. It not only efTects a permanent cure,
but it relieves pain almost Instantaneously.
Being a purely vegetable remedy, It Is sale
In the hands of the most Inexperienced.
The record of cures by the use of Pain
Killkh would fill volumes. The following
extracts from letters received show what
those who have tried it think:
Edgar Cady, Ow-atonna, Minn.,- says :
About a year since my wife became subject
to esTere mfferingr from rheumatism. Our
resort was to toe Paxn Kn.T.gn, which speedily
Charles Powell writes from the Sailors'
Home, London :
i naa neon afflicted tnree years with neuralgia
and violent spasms of the stomach. The doctors
at Westminster Hoenital nn mv case in
despair. I tried your PArwkn.LiB, and it gave
me immediate relief. T n&vA nwiinM m v
strength, and am now able to follow my usual
O. H. Walworth. Saco, Me., writes :
I experienced immediate relief from pain In
the ride by the use of your Paui Kii.i.sb.
E. York gays:
I have used your Padt Kuxzb for rheumatism,
and nave received great benefit.
Barton Seaman says :
Have used Pats Ktt.t.ct for thirty years,
and have found it a never-failing remedy for
rheumatism and la-mATiAaq,
Mr. Burdltt writes :
It never fail togive relief In cases of rheumatism.
Phil. Gilbert, Somerset, Pa., writes :
From actual use, I know your Path Kn.T.Tnt
Is the beet medicine I can get.
All druggists keep Pain Killkb. Its price
Is so low that it is within the reach of all,
and It will save many times lta cost in doctors'
bills. 25c, 50c and 81.00 a bottle.
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors.
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sept d&w sept a oet.
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SYMPTOMS OF A
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V.in n tttTTa.d.witAi dull sensation in
im back part. Pain under tno nouiaer
ess after eating, with a dlato-
clination to exertion of body or mlng.
Irritability of temper. iMwninw, n
of memory, with a feeling of naming neg
lected some duty, weariness, uiaaineaa,
TTnttering of the Heart. Dots before the
eyes. Yellow Skin. Headache, Kestiess
pesa at night, highly colored u rine.
XF THESE WABNTJTGS AXE TJ1THEEDZB,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTJTTS TILLS especially adapted to
such cases.one dose effects such a change
of feelinc as to astonish the sufferer.
Thay Increase the Appetite, and causa the
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Obat Hai or Whisk ibs changed to aOLoasT
Bile by a single application of this Dy. It
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Ginger, Buchu, Man
drake, Sullineia, and
many of the best medl
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It cans Rheuaiatisi,
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of the Staaisth, tfowefc
Luns. Liver ft Kidnevs,
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nmr fmii, v. mm turn mctct aw jjct w-h
Sc sad 1 Jjuf BgyjnfUaiiar mm.
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
EEADQUAETIES POB DBUMkEES.
8TATZSTELLX, N. C
THIS house has been leased for a term of yean
by Mrs. Dr. Beeves, whose Intention Is to
Keep a sicwy nrarwuM mnw ii"'
Commodious sample rooms on first and secona
floors. '.- . ..
JS JAUIVJL strand colored Lichu Danced and In Asia until it has reached Japan oi Moubt ntiSSirHr S JLS
rTT APT .fYPT!?. "NT n Tm?QrAr TiW. ' " -4 i1'
A Man Before whose weary JEyeu
Strange Colored Light Danced and
Leadvllle Chronicle. -
That there is at least sufficient latent
heat in the snow- to prevent death from
freezing while entirely- surrounded by
it, Tanfc White, or this city;' who re
turned a day or two, ago from along
trip in the Indian country, is willing to
testify. In the course of his homeward
journey Mr. White bad an experience
which all the mineral wealth of Lead
ville could not attempt him to repeat.
It was on the Grand river, wherethe
snow had recently fallen to a great
depth. The weather was somewhat
murky when he started to return, but
he relied upon a tolerably good prairie
and that unknown quantity termed
good luck to get back before the snow
had fallen in any great quantities. In
both of these he was sadly-deceived, as
the freezing flakes which began to fall
on the second day out soon- obliterated
everything save the most bold and
readily recognized landmarks.
On the fourth day he was lost in the
storm and at last found shelter in a lit
tle lump of cottonwood trees, the thick
ness of whose branches in a measure
protected the ground. The night had
turned bitterly and intensely cold and
to his dismay he found that in his
tramp his match safe had fallen from
his pocket and was not to be found.
For an instant it seemed as though
nothing but a frozen death awaited
him, for he knew well to spend that
night where he stood or even to tarry
there motionless any further length of
time would surely be fatal. Already
the colored lights that are a sure fore
runner of death by freezing began to
flicker beyond hia eyes and he felt that
he must take desperate chances for ex
istence. It was then that it occurred to him
that he had read somewhere of the la
tent heat in the snow, and the last re
sort of freezing men. He did not stop
long for deliberation, but began, with
benumbed fingers, to burrow in the
huge white bank ahead of him. In a
few moments he had excavated a hole
of considerable size, and, drawing his
blankets tightly around him, he crept
in. After a short time his body began
to grow more comfortable and his
hands regain their sense of feeling.
Then he grew sleepy, but dared not
close his eyes, fearing that it was the
stupor of freezing that he felt. At last
without knowing it, he fell asleep and
did not wake until next morning. He
had passed as comfortable a night as if
he had a roof over his head, and, save
for his frost-bitten fincrer tiDS. which
had been exposed, he was uninjured by
uis uiguir in me snow, jie resumed tne
tramp early in morning, and toward
tne close of the afternoon was much re-
teved to strike a camp of surveyors.
Raleigh News and Observer: There
are now 197 students at the Universi
ty. A young man in Durham
He has drawn S500 in the
Raleigh's dog census has
taken and the result shows
tion of 2,700 canines of high and low de
Governor jams yesterday received a
telegram conveying the information
that Gus Williams, the negro who was
the ring-leader in the not at Plymouth
last month, had been captured after
four weeks constant search. Williams
was arrested on a Saturday during the
riot, was liberated by the other rioters,
was again arrested on Wednesday and
released. A State reward of $300 was
offered for his capture. He was found
at Aurora, a village in Piralico coun
ty. nigh roint rioneer : mere is not a
vacant store or dwelling in High Point,
but we have citizens ready to build.
Any one wishing to move here will find
plenty of work and find a house ready
tor them at short notice.
The survey of the Winston & Fay
etteville Railroad, has been completed
from this place to the factories in lian
dolph county, and it is expected that
the work or grading will commence
ScerlHe Wants the Jurore Examined.
Washington. Jan. 30. In the Crim
inal Court this morning the court fixed
upon Friday next as the day for hear
ing arguments upon the motion for s
new trial for Guiteau.
Scoville called attention tolithe fact
that one of the affidavits in support o:
the motion had annexed to it a copy o
The allegation was that during the
trial that paper had been read by the ju
ry. It bore on the margin woac pur
ported to oe tne signature or iour ju
rors denied that they saw any newspa
per, or put their names upon any news
DaDer durine the time they were em
pannelled. He thought it important
to cross-examine the turors in connec
tion with their admission that they had
dnrinor that time eiven their auto
graphs to various persons. He asked
that the jurors be produced in court, or
that the court appoint a commission to
take depositions, and tnat ne De auow
ed to produce further testimony as to
the genuineness of the handwriting.
The District attorney said he did not
intend the iury should he put on trial
That the irentlemtfn who filed the affi
davit and purloined the paper had al
ready been bound over for forgery in
the Distriot. He would show tnat tnis
was a clever attempt at forgery;
The Court said he thought he would
avail himself of the discretion of the
court and Question parties making af
fidavits and sueeested to the District
attorney that the jurors be pre on.
Death of a French Baron.
Paris, Jan. 30. Baron Jerome David,
vice-president of the Corps Liegisiatif,
under the Empire and Minister of pub
lic works in the Cabinet, formed by
Count De Palakao is dead ; aged 58.
For Bronchial, Asthmatic, and. Pulmonary
complaints, and coughs and colds, '-Brown's Bron
chial Troches" manliest remarkable ctpaUYe pro
perties. . . '
that are always wetting their beds ought not to be
scolded and punished for what they cannot help.
They need a medicine having a tonic effect on tne
kidneys and the urinary organs. Such a medicine
is Kidney-Wort. .It has specific action. Do not
fall taget it for them. Exchange.
PREMATURE LOSS Or THE HATB '
Maybe entirely prevented by the use o BUR
NETT'S COCOATNE. No other compound pos
sesses the peculiar, properties hlch so exactly
Bult the various conditions of the human hair. It
softens the hair when harsh and dry. soothes
the irritated scalp. It affords the richest lustre. It
prevents the hair from falling off. It promotes It
healthy, vigorous growth. It is not greasy nor
sucky. It leave no disagreeable odor. Tfc kltts
Burnett's Havering Extracts areknwnto be the
The Threat of a Cholera Visit. '
During the last six months, cholera
has been slowly but steadily spreading
in Asia until it has reached Japan on
pne.border and Arabia on the other, lfr
appeared in uangKop, iam, in the lat
ter part of June, and cases were re
ported in Chinese ports in July and
August, although it did not take the
form of an epidemic. The existence of
cooijera in iKagoshima was announced
by the Japanese government earl v in
September, and the United States con
sular officer were warned to keep Amer-
can citizens out ex the lniected dis
Passing to the West, cholera appear
ed at Aden, a coaling-station on the
south coast of Arabia, in J uly, and was
announced at Mecca in September. In
November, there was a great increase
of tne disease at Mecca, producing
about one thousand deaths during the
first week. The increase was attribut
ed in part to the arrival of a large num-
oer oz pilgrims irominaia: in part to
the foul atmosphere - caused ty. the
putrefying remains of great number of
sneep which had been slaughtered
near -the city. The pilgrims returning
from Mecca carried the disease to Jed-
da, on the Bed Sea, and to Medina. On
he 7th of November,-thirtv-flve hun
dred pilgrims were in quarantine . at
Jedda, and twenty-five deaths from
cholera had occurred among them.
Medina seems to have suffered more
The international sanitary council
n a special session at Constantinople.
has prepared a series of regulations in-
ended to keep the disease at bay, and
hus far it has riot appeared in Eevpt
or Europe. It appears that the disease
existed at Aden a month before either
he Egyptian or Ottoman sanitary ad
ministration was aware of it.
Relit In? Public Officers on High Sal
aries for L.ife.
Judge Hunt is to be retired on a sal
ary of ten tnousand dollars a year
for the balance of his life. He has a
good chance to live twenty years yet,
which will give him two hundred thou
sand dollars for doing nothing in re
tirement. Quite comfortable for a rich
old man. Judge Hunt came on the
bench of the Supreme Court in the lat
ter part of 1872, performed the duties
of his office for about six years, and for
the last three years he has been wholly
disabled from paralysis. He still re
ceives his salary of ten thousand dol-
ars a year and declines to resign. By
the action of Congress he is to retire
on his salary in order to have the du
ties of his office performed by another
appointee. This is the natural and in
evitable sequence of the life tenure of
office. Is there vigor and integrity
enough among the people to correct it
by an amendment to the Constitution f
We fear not. But let the question be
made at once and brought before the
people next fall. A specified term of
office, against a life tenure with an end
less list of retired pensioners on the
national treasury, that is the question.
Wnat say the people in their majesty t
If worthy old ffentlemen are to be sup
ported at the public expense after acer-
tain age, let it be ascertained on prin
ciples of justice who shall constitute
this favored class. It certainly will
not be those gentlemen of large for
tunes who have been favored with high
and lucrative omces till a certain age.
Justice, equality and charity will cry
out against this.
Important movement In Congress,
Judge Geddes, of Ohio, introduced
into Congress, on Monday last, a reso
lution to so amend the constitution or
the United States as to take away from
the President the appointing power,
and confer it upon a commission con
sisting of two commissioners (to be ap
pointed by nomination or tne president
and confirmation by the Senate,) acting
with the head of the department in
which the appointments are required to
be made, and making the term or omce
of all appointees six years.
This is the most important move
ment which has been made in Congress
for many years. It would bring about
civil-service reform thoroughly and
efficiently, and break down the spoils
system which has corrupted and de
graded all branches of the public ser
vice, it would do more, xc wouia re-,
lieve the President from the degrada
tion and pressure of the multitudes or
office'-seekers, who incessantly crowd
the Executive Mansion, and require all
the time of the President to hear the
innumerable applications and counter-
applications for appointments to office,
and which allow him no time to attend
to the firteat interests and matters of
public policy involved in the: affairs of
this great nation, internal and external.
And more than all this, it would put an
end to the wrangling commotions of
our Presidential elections, which every
four years convulse-thewhole country,
and disturb business affairs.
Tne Mineelof ITiichlgan.
A comparatively small, narrow part
of the State of Michigan, skirted its
whole extent on the north by liaise &tt
Eerior, and on the south, in large part,
v Lakes Miahieran and Huron, and
known as the Upper, Peninsula, in little
more than a quarter of a century, has
contributed to tne realized mineral
wealth of the country nearly $300,000,-
000 in incrot copper, pig iron ana iron
ores. "Of this immense product, the iron
mines have furnished nearly 8130.000,'
000. Last year, the copper product was
in value about 810,000,000, and the iron
about $18,000,000, making a total Of
$28,000,000, while the promise for 1882,
both for copper and iron. ia that the
product wil$ be greater. In this issue
of our Journal are announced dividends
of Michigan copper mining companies,
to be paid witnm a lorcnignt, aggrega
A Man Living- WJin 235 Descendants.
Danbury (N. C.) Reporter. -
Mr.Abner Mabe Says' he was born
near where he now . lives, in what is
known as Buck Island Hills. He is 90
years old,- has eight sons and ' four
daugters. His eight sons,' though old
men were in the Cohf federate army at
the same time. The whole number of
this old man's descendant's, through
four generations, is two nundred and
twenty-five, two hundred and seven of
whom are'still living. The old gentle
man gets about well and can do good
work with a hoe, on bright days, but
flays he cannot see well enough to work
cloudy days, being nearly blind.
The Cumberland falling-.
TJiHTTirvtT.'L'E; Tenn. Jan. 30. The
rinrhhAriarid river fell nine inches be-
t.wflpn twelve m. Saturday and 11 p. m,
vesterday. The rise in Carryforkwas
I occasioned by the rams or j riaay
Henry W. Bellows Bead.
' NbW' York, Jan. '30. The Eev, Hen
ry W. Bellows, D. D.isdead. .
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byltOTerjmontb. ;TryljatoMe.-Toleda.Bli I iTOCK OF
When the sUn is parched and freckled by
wrong northwest wlrids'and the face Decomes dry
aad scaly, it eah be; restored to smoothness and
Bped color by Dr. Bensoh'a Skin Core. A perfect
remedy fer trpublssome itching and v.xations
All the drawings will hereafter be under the ex
m ZlS2ZiBl0 mA control of GENERALS G.
T. BJCAUREGAKD and JUBAL A. EABl
A SPLENDID OPPOBTUIttTY
TO PTU?8ECOND GRAND DISTRI
BUTION, jCLASS B, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1882.
I4ist Monthly drawing.
Mate Lottery Uompany.
Mil w m.
Incorporated in 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purooses
wun a capital of 8l,0tiO.T)O0-to which a reserve
rand of Sfi50,000 haslace been added.
By an overwhelming, popular vote Its franchise
was made a;part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2a, A. D. 1879.
. Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings will
take place monthly.
It never scales or postpones. Look at the follow
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100,000 Tickets at Two. Dollars Each. Half
Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize .-830.000
ICap ktf rtoe 10,000
1 Capital Prize 5 noo
2 Prizes of $2,500 5,000
5 Prizes of 1.000- 5 000
20 Prizes of 600 10 000
100 Prizes of 100..- ... 10 00O
200 Prizes of 50 in 000
500 Prizes of 20 . 10000
1,000 Prizes of 10 loioOO
9 Approximation Prizes of $800 82.700
Approximation Prizes of 200 1,800
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900
1857 Prizes, amounting to 8110,400
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
points, to whom liberal compensation will be paid.
Jfor further Information, write clearly, giving full
address. Send orders by express or Registered
Letter, or Money Order by mall, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
. ; New Orleans, La.
or If. A. D4H PHI .V,
127 La Salle Street, Chicago, Ills.,
The New York office Is removed to Chicago.
N. B. Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
The particular attention of the Public Is called
to the fact that the entire number of the Tickets
for each Monthly Drawing Is sold, and conse
quently all the prizes In each drawing are sold and
drawn and paid.
POFTJULB MONTHLY DRAWING OF THF
In the City of Louisville, on vjsm
TUESDAY, JANUARY 31st, 1882.
TTiese drawings occur monthly (Sundays except
ed) under provisions of an Act or the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Court on March 81.
rendered tne following decisions:
1st xnai tne ummonweaith mstnDuaon uom
pany is legal.
2d its drawings are fair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fund. Read the list of prizes lor the
1 Prize 880,000
1 Prize 10,000
1 Prize 5.0UU
1 rv TM.iui ru"in ...h 1 n ruin
J VI A ? A I I Irt'il, ............ XV,
20 Prizes, 500 each, 10,000
100 Prizes, 100 each, 10,000
200 Prizes, 50 each 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 each 12,000
1000 Prizes. loeacn.... io.oou
9 Frizes. S300 each. Approximation Prizes S2.70C
9 Prizes, 200 " ' 1.80ii
9 Prizes, 100 " ' 900
1,960 Prizes 8112,400
Whole Tickets. 82; Half Tickets, 81; 27 Tickets,
sou; 00 xicKets. siuu.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or send
by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
LETTEB OB FOSTOTFICE ORDER. Orders Of
85 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex
pense. Address all orders to t
B, M. BO A RDM AN. Courier-Jonmal Build
Louisville, Ky., or 309 Broadway. New York.
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But a limited stock of
ST M0 A
Parties who wish to procure their supply will do
well to call and make arrangements with us as
WIS ARE NAMING LOW PRICKa
PT" CALL BEFORE ALL IS GONE.
MAYER & ROSS.
WHITE AND YELLOW CORN,
PEARL GRITS, BRAN,
WILL GLADLY PTE PRICES
BOTH THE WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE.
Respectfully soliciting a share ef your
patronage, we are respectfully,
anl9 A. f. BEALL & CO.
fcrxrU atxtl 'goh gitrtitirj
iVB JOB DEPABTUZNT
supplied with every needed
ie latest styles of Type, and every
Printing can now be done with
land cheapness. We can fur
. CIRCULARS, CHECKS, Ac
Id WALKING JACKETS
s, Blankets and Overcoats.
Bargains ;in many other lines of
C. D. A.
ST MUSIC HOUSE
N THE SOUTH.
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SOUTHERN G KM
And other PIANOS.
PELODBET & CO.,
AND OTHER ORGANS.
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PITTING OF SMAL
Ulsters purified and
Gangrene prevented and
wounds nealed rapiniy.
Scurvey cured In short
ms punned and
Tetter dried up.
Fevered' aud Sine Per
It Is perfectly harmless.
For tiore Throat it is a
sons relieved and re
freshed b y bathing
witn Tophylauc wa
added to the water.
Son White Complexions
secured by its use In
Impure Air made harm
less and Durlfled by
v luid about.
To purity the Breath.
Cleanse the Teeth, it
can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Burns relieved Instantly.
Removes all unpleasant
snip J? ever prevemeu uy
In cases of death in the
house, It should always
be used about the
corpse-it will prevent
any unpleasant smell.
An antidote for animal
or Vegetable Poison,
Dangerous effluvlas of
sickrooms and hospi
tals removed by its use.
Yellow Fever Eradicate
i. In fact It is the great
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