ISJtii ftty Charlotte (Dbmua. HUJtHOHIPTiON HATES: ' ixiily, one Vtr Iolaid. advance $8 00 Six mt? 0J Three mtmU . One month r" WVXKLY BDlTTOf: ymldu ortv 92 09 ltjitfihe4tmiu, tHrpatd - 2.10 xmorUhM 1.0 UktnM. HuMiObionfOr etui. OQtwII TEDS OBSSRYER JOB DEPARTMENT Has been thoroughly supplied with every needed want, and with the latest styles of Type, and every manner of Job Printing can now be done with neatness, dispatch and cheapness. We can fur nish at short notice, BLANX BILL-HEADS, LBTTER-HEAD3, CARDS, TAGS, RECEIPTS, POSTXBB, programmes, handbills, PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, 4a. VOL. XXVII. CHARLOTTE, N; 0., SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1882. NO.:4,017. 1) II WILL SELL -DRESS GOODS- at ve i y low prices. Our lira s FANCY HOSIERY Will be sold cheap to close them out. splendid stock of We have a CARPETS, whirh we propose to close out very cheap. Ask tnrKIO liLOVKS. ask tor LAUJSa, as wrani . nn-. , M a T V CB- LADI83, UEk 3T You are cordially Invited to Call Boots ai(l lioes We are dally receivl ng a A NEW SUPPLY wnica WILL Be more complrte than r vcr be for a; an-l couipilses -THE- Rest Brands and Latest Styles. I.ADIRV. MISSES, CHILDREN'S, GENTa', BOYS and YOUTHS' FINE BOOTS AND SHOES A SPECIALTY. Lower grades all goods In oar line In variety and all prices. Full stock Stetson and Other Hats. A PSETTY LliNE i llO'KV VALISES AND SATCHELS, all slK s nnd prices. Call and see us. PEGRAM &C0. ftb2 I AM SELLING ill GLASSWARE, and NOTIONS OF kVERY DESCRIPTION V-rv chfiin nt the VARIETY STORE undr the Traders' National Bank. rtfcr- M.nw n.pfni mucins for housekeepers. A f.u, nntra luit nt t.Hii' Merino Vests at 81.75 p pair, worth S3.00. Call ana see ior yyunwijoo. er C. M. ETHERS OtiK. SALE OF BONDS. ' nTTMnnfinnniprnf the Sunerlor Court of 13 Alamance county, in the case of Alvls King anri nih aooin.t. W J. and A. Murray and others, I will offer for sale at the court bouse door in lireennboro, . u., ai punnc auciiuu. " - i,n u tk. atv, nt Ffthmarv. 1882. Rt l o'clock M.. eight 18) bends of the county of Car teret Issued February 20th. 1860, each for $500 till ovhrnan, onth 1 to each of which bonds coudods are attached tor Interest at 6 per cent, from February 20th, 1875. Purtles desiring further Information can address ni minniM .lamAH K Bovd. Esq.. Greensboro, n c J. A. McCAULEY, UtM uu Receiver. W. H BAtUtT- VANCE & BAILEY, Attorn and Counsellors CHARLOTTE, N. a Pi:inie in Sunreme Court of the United States, dupieme Court cf North Carolina, Federal Courts, and counties of Mecklen burg, Cabarrus, Union, Gas ton, Rowan and Da- vtdaon. twomo. tvo doors east, of Impendence marzu- UO, I). GRAHAM, 1 N the State and TTnitAd States Courts. Collec A tions. Home and Foreign, solicited. AO stracu of Titles, Surreys, to, furnished lor com pensaUon. Omc f-N. K. Comer Tr Trroo street' vnanotte, N, c JJan. 8. Ladies O fl! 'I mm HARRIS UTS WW m CROCK TO-DAY ALL WILL BE SOLD AT GREAT SACRIFICE, TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING PURCHASES. We Mean Every Word of This -AND Only Ask an Inspection to Convince Yon. T. L. Seigle & Co. Bled tea I. Neuralgia, Sprains, Pain in the .Back and Side. There Is nothing more painful than these diseases: but the pain can be removed and the disease cured by use of Perry Davis' Pain Killer. This remedy is not a cheat Benzine or Petroleum product that must he kept away from fire or heat 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 fails. It not only effects 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 ot Pxrw Killer would nil volumes. The following extracts from letters received show what those who have tried It think: Edgar Cady, Owatonna, Minn., says : adoih a year Binca my wue oecaiue suDjeci to severe Bufferingr from rheumatism. Our resort was to the Path Kills n, which speedily relieved her. Charles Powell writes from the Sailors' uome, London : I had bean afflicted three years with neuralgia and violent spasms of the stomach. The doctors at Westminster Hospital e-ave up my case in despair. I tried your Pain Killeb, and it gave me immediate relief. I have retrained my strength, and am now able to follow my usual occupation. . H. Walworth, Saco, Me., wrlteB : I experienced immediate relief from pain In the side bv the uaa of vour Paix Kii.i.fil . E. York says : i nave used your faiw ktllitr lor rneumati sm, and have received cre&t henftfit. Barton Seaman says : nave uaea -ain juller lor tmrty years, and have found it a never -ailing remedy for rheumatism and lameness. Mr. Burditt writes : It never faiU to give relief in cases of rheumatism. Phil. Gilbert, Somerset; Pa., writes : From actual use, I know your Pain Killeb is the best medicine I can get All druggists keep Pain Killer. Its price Is so low that it is within the reach of all, and It will save many times its cost in doctors' bills. 25c, 60c and 81.00 a bottle. PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors, Providence, fl. I. sept dAw sept A oct. TOUT'S Fl LLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. IJossof a; TJauaea-bowels costive, Pain in t aTTaAi .with a di iull sensation in the back part, fain under the shoulder blade, fullness after eating, wim a aiaiu clination to exertion of body or mind, Irritability of temper, Lew spirits, Xjobs of memory, with f eehng of haying neg lected some duty, weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering of the Heart, Dots before the eyes. Yellow Bkin. Headache. Restless ness at night, highly colored PrlneT U THESE "WARNINGS AEI TJffHEEDEB, SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. TU'lT'S FILLS are especially adapted to such dose effects such a change of feeling as to astonish the sufferer. Tbty Increase the Appetite, and cause the body to Take on Flesh, thus the system Is nourished, and by theirTonle Action od the Directive Organs, Keamlar Stools arepro duced. Price 25 cents. 33 Murray St., TUTT'S HAIR DYE. Gray Hair or Whiskers changed to a Glossy Black by a single application of this Dyk. It imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. 6old by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of SI. Office, 35 Murray St., New York. Tr TCTTS HANCAL of Tlubl Infora.tlea nd k CMfal KMwipts wUl b maUwl t USE oa ppllatIo- Feby. 23deodwl i-nniiaawTaiaa;iiin;iH Ginger, Buchu, Man drake, Stillingia, and many of the best medi cines known are com bined In Parker' Glnw Tonic. Into a mediano of such varied powers, as to make "k the ereate filwl Purifier and the ncstIIoalthStreBrth TtoRterkP Ever Ulrd. It cures Rheumatism, Parker's Sleeplessness, & diseaess of the Stomach, Bowels, m. n i l-ungs uver Clancys, oil Uq Odin. &isentirelvdifferentfrom lliail UUIOUI III r;t(. r.- FnM MorEcoUf'br -d other .blt i. Ner falU to reitar. tl never intoxicates. Hwcpx youthful color to gray bur. Sc. Co. , Chemists, N. Y. 80c nd tl !. LarSaTlinBuyrncDollwSllB. oct22 ST rHARLES gOTEL. HEADQDABTXBS FOBI)BUJIMEBS. STATES VILLE, N. a rpHIS house has been leased for a term of years I k. u n, raavois. wbose Intention la to keep a strictly firs trd ass house In every resp Commodious sample rooms on am ana s flTne patronage of the public li solicited. Julylrdtf. er Goods a OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. THE ARREARS OF PESSIONS ACT THE NEXT EXCITINO TOPIC. Bow the Penblon Bureau baa Grswn The Bill Restricting- Chinese Im mlffration Bnxton ITIeete a Sadden Check. fcat le Thonjflit to be Still on TopNew Postal Routes in North Carolina and South Carolina Per sonal Note and Other Items. Washington, Feb. 2nd, 1882. There is no question now awaiting Congres sional action that is of such widespread concern as the pending bill to repeal the Arrears of Pension Act. It is a matter that interests the large number of persons who have claims unadjust ed on the one hand, and on the other urges to strenuous effort those who foresee national disaster as the result of the unexpected drain the act has made, and is yet to make, from the treasury. When the arrears bill was passed the most extravagant estimate of the total amount necessary to meet the provisions was scarce one-half of the sum paid out during the year end ing July 1st, 1881, alone. The repeal of the law is a debated question, with re gard not so much to its justice as to the ability of the country to bear the bur den at present. There is every indica tion of an exciting contest. There are few persons through the States that have even an approximate idea of the proportions of the pension office. From a little back room with half a dozen clerks in 1860, it has grown to require three large buildings, and bears upon its pay-roll the names of nearly seven hundred employes. From 1860 to July, 1880, there had been filed 789,063 original claims; 450,539 of these have been allowed and 72,539 rejected; leaving 265,575 original claims unset tled. Of those rejected all remain in the pending tiles and probably not one twentieth are abandoned until the deatli of the claimant. A large pro portion of the 72,539 disallowed were rejected under section 4,717 of the re vised statutes, which barred all claims not prosecuted to a successful issue within live years of the date of filing. The delay in completing claims having been due as often to the inefficiency of the force of examiners as to the negli gence of the claimants this statute was repealed in 1879. All such rejected claims are re-opened upon application. Of the fortunate claimants, probably one-half of those who were not pen sioned for total disability have applied for increase, the invalid increase claims alone now filed aggregating about 200, 000. Under a ruling of the present commission if a soldier can prove up part of the causes or disability, ne may waive tor the time oeing wnat otners he may have and they will be settled to that extent. The commissioner in his headiong ambition to popularize himself has made this concession to the great detriment of the treasury. Take, tor instance, a man who nas chronic diarrhcea and consumption. Under the old regime if the examining surgeon found him three-lourths disa bled he would rate mm attnree-tourtns disability on account of both diseases. If the claimant waive one disease it would be a very, careful doctor who would not recommend three-fourths pension on account of the other. Hence, under this new departure an unjust discrimination is made, and, as soon as he hears of it. the former pensioner is on hand with a very just claim for equalization. Then the latter applies for a pension tor tne disease waived So, multum in parvo, four cases result from two. jnow, as an claimants are after accrued pension rather than the quarterly income,, and it takes longer to estaDlisn two or tnree diseases man . . 41 i A. 4.1 If . 11 one. it is sale to say mat, nan oi me claims henceforth allowed will be re newed periodically for a new disease; then, after every disease is accounted for. the monument will be capped with one erand application on account of all. Unless the commissioner learns to reason, or has an advisory board, I ven ture to propnesv mat witnin nve years there will not be government buildings enousrh in Washington to contain pen sion papers. Besides this subject of papers and the army of clerics necessa ry to handle them, is the more import ant one of money. A soldier who gets S6 per month on account of chronic diarrnoea, and wno is iouno, aiier nnng a new claim, to be equally disabled consumption, must necessarily be lowed $12, and should be placed on the pension rolls in a higher grade. Then a pensioner equally disabled by each of the above diseases, but rated at $6 for both, must have his pension raised to a like amount. As lone as this ruling is in force the pension office is a permanent and huge department of the government. In my statement above I did not include 30, 500 cases filed since June 30, 1880, which at present are Ibarred from all arrears. This limitation will doubtless be re scinded at an early date. If the gov ernment paid pension from date or dis cnarge or or ucain to soiuiers aim uieir heirs who presented tnemseives in ioi and 1871. it must do likewise in 1881 and 1891. Tn round numbers there are about 400.000 cases pendine. There are now about 500 clerics engaged in aajuaica- tinc. The averaee number ot cases passed upon, allowed and rejected, by each examiner, is about 180 per year. which would make the average or tne whole office 90,100. At this rate, pro viding no claims for increase were filed, the work could be completed in four or five years. The expense to the country in maintaining this office is nearly $2,000,000 a year, out siae or me regular pension appropriation. ne proper course is tor tne commissioner tn waive nis "waiver ruung ior me present, or for Congress to do it for him, by barring all claims to increase and for re-opening of those rejected until the work on hand, together with the new original claims that may come in. is completed. the force ot examiners oe oouo M . V 1 1 led. Then, within three years, ail en titled will be receiying something then t.hfi nffifA can he reduced to a standard commensurate with our financial con dition, and may be open forever, as it probably will be, to petitions ior m- p.rpasft. Tha followine is an abstract or tne hill to prevent the immigration or Chinese labors, reported from the House fnmmittee of commerce, ana to do can Ad nn hv Mr. Pace, of California, the chairman, on Tuesday, February 7th Th first section stales mat me com ino-into or residence in tne united hv Chinese labors (except as here inaf ter provided) is declared unlawful, ana is suspended ior a uenuu ui. o years. The second section provides that g.$ from curiosity, togetner wiui meir .ii. . i ; v.rnoorinii servants, sh all be permitted to come and go as are members of any other nation; also that all Chinese la borers who resided in theUmted States nn November 17th, 1880, (the date ot the late treaty with the Chinese gov ernment) and those coming into the country since that date, shall have like privileges. Tne tnird section requires umnese laborers who depart this country in tending to return to register at a cus tom house, and on returning present a certificate of such registration before they can be admitted to the country. The fourth section relates to tne reg istry system, requiring the registry books to show the name, age, physical characteristics, birth place and names of parents of persons registering. The fifth section states that no Chin ese of any class (except accounted rep resentatives of the government) shall be permitted to enter the United States without formal consent of that govern ment, indicated by a certificate attested by the United states consul at the port whence the person sails. The sixth section mates tne custom house certificate of registration evi dence of the right of the person to whom it is issued to reside in the Uni ted States. The seventh section provides that persons registering at more than one custom house, obtaining more than one certificate of registration, altering the name upon the certificate, or forging certificates, shall be guilty of a felony ; and that persons making false oath in registering be guilty of perjury. The eighth section prohibits masters of vessels taking on board for transpor tation to the United States any Chinese not having permission of that govern ment to visit this country or certificate of registry showing him to have been a resident of the United States; and that any master of vessels violating this law by bringing prohibited persons into the United states shall be qnea $500, and may be imprisoned one year. rne ninth section requires masters or vessels to present, on landing' at United States, a separate schedule of any Chin ese on board their vessels. The tenth section provides means for the collection of fines for violation of the requirements of the act. lhe eleventh section directs the Uni ted States consuls to refuse to attest the rights of Chinese to depart foreign ports tor this country if satished they intend to attempt to violate this law; directs collectors of customs at United States ports to refuse admission to per sons under like circumstances, and pro vides that any Chinese unlawfully en tering the United States shall be re- jnoved at the cost of the United States. The twelfth section directs the Presi dent to notify the government of China upon the passage of this act, and makes the act take effect 60 days after its passage. The dead lock in JSorlli Carolina ap pointments came near being booken this week by a decision in the Eastern district judgeship. It was, however, averted by prompt action on the part of one of the former candidates. Judge Buxton had so impressed the Attorney Gsneral with hia claim that he had de cided to recommend his appointment to the President. Solicitor General Phil lip had also interested himself in Bux ton s iavor and was backing up Mr. Brewster in his choice. The name of Mr. Buxton was therefore sent to the President and he had decided to make the appointment, when the matter came to the attention of J udge Russell. He hastened to the White House and in duced the President to withhold the appointment for a short time and then he hurried himself over to the Attor ney General's office and withdrew his application in favor of Judge Seymour. The matter now stands in statu quo, the President having reconsidered his determination to appoint Judge Buxton and lert the office open. This coup d'etat has upset the slates. It is still believed that Bnxton has the best chance. The post route bill reported to the House recommends that the following routes be established: NORTH CAROLINA. From Newfound, via North and South Turkey and Davis' Mills, on Sandy Mush, to Marshall. From Bald Creek, via McEIroy s Creek, to Joy. From Waynesville, via Joy Hill, Campbell's, Soca Gap, Indian Mission, and Yellow Hill, to Charleston. From Joy Gap to Bee .Log. From King's Mountain to Carpenter's Store. From Troy to Pekin. From New River to Chestnut Hill. From Yadkinville, via Boonville, to Rush. From Norton's via Lower Hamburcr, Big Ridge, Flat Creek, and Canada, to Balsam Grove. From Statesville. via Wilkesboro, Cherry Lane, Hanks' Store, North Car olina, and Peach Bottom and Indpend ence, Virginia, to Crockett's Depot, Vir- g13- .... . . . . . rom JNew -Ldeht, via week s score, o Mount Energy. SOUTH CAROLINA. From Duntonsville, via James H. Strom's, to Kirkseys. From Allendale, via in. vveekiey s, to Buford's Ridge. From Bambursc, via Butler .McMil lan's and Calhoun Breland's, at Three- Mile Creek, to River s Bridge. From Monticello to Salem cross Roads, Yorkville, Yia Samuel Jones', to Soudersville. From Black s Station, via Mercer 8 and Smith's Ford, to Etta Jane. PERSONAL NOTES, No one here gives elegant dinner parties of tener than Congressman Flow er, the millionaire member from New York city, it was ne who beat Astor last fall. At a recent dinner to South ern representatives. Congressmen Dowd of North Carolina, and Evins and Rich ardson of South Carolina, were present. So far six deaths trom small-pox nave occurred in the city. No alarm, how ever, is felt, but as a precautionary- measure nearly every one is being vac cinated. Senator V ance has mtroduced a bill in the senate maKing ic uniawiui ior the newspapers of Washington to pub- lisn tne advertisements ui lotteries aiiu punishing any one who indulges in the sale of lottery tickets. It is generally conceded here that North Carolina has a stronger repre sentation in Congress now that at any period since the war. Mr. J. A. Bowman, of Mitchell coun ty, has filed his application for the col lectorship of the 6th district. This makes four candidates in the field, viz: Mr. Jenkins, Mr. Cowles, Mr. Cooper and Mr. Bowman. Petitions asking for the removal of Collector Everitt continue to pour in at the rate of several hundred a week. North Carolinians now here are : Col. Keogb, Judge Russell, Judge Seymour, Gen. Manning, Mr. Cowles, Dr. Mott, Mr. Cooper, and a number of the smaller fry. POSTAL NOTES. Commissions sent: Jos. M. Kerns, Martindale, N. C; Washington L. Riv enbark, South Washington, N. C. ; Geo. W. Sawyer, Edisto Mills, South Caro lina; Hardy D. Edwards, St. Matthew, S. C Star service on route from Columbia. to Gum Heck,N. C, has been changed to three times a week to continue until June 30, 1882. Pickup. i i EXPLOSION IN A COAL HINE. Thirty-two men Bnrriod In the SHafU Coalfield, Ya., Feb. 4. An explo sion occurred at the Grove shaft of Midlothian coal mine about 12 miles from here at one o'clock yesterday. Thirty-two men were at work in the shaft and there is little or no hope that any of them will be gotten out alive. Gas testers went down nearly to the bottom of the pit three times but were forced to return on account of the I smoke and gas which were suffocating. They report that the pit is afire but will try again to reach the unfortunates. News of the disaster spread rapidly and soon a crowd had gathered at the shaft and the scene was most distress ing, as nearly every ene had some rela tive or friend among the buried mi ners. The cause of the disaster is not posi tively known. Some attribute it to gas, others say the boiler in the pit explod ed. George M. Dodds, superintendent, states that the gas testers made an ex amination yesterday morning, and re ported that there was no gas to burn. There is no doubt, however, that those not killed by the explosion will be suf focated by black damp and smoke with which the pit is choked, and through which no fresh air can penetrate. The following is a list of the victims: Whites Wm H Marshall, bottom boss ; James E Hall, Thomas M Hall, George Jewett, Jr, A W Jewett, James Brown, Jo Conrnow, Jno. Morris, Jas. Shields and R. CJogbill. Colored R. Mor Rob't Binford, Sam'l Cox, Pleasant Stewart, Joseph Cunliff, Mayor Pollard, Ben j, Brooks, Alx. Logan, Peter Hop per, Sol. Taylor, Squire Bright, John Green, Lewis Hobbs, Daniel Ham mond. Isham Graves, Ed. Ross, Ed. Brooks, Thos. Summel, Albert Hughes, James Miller, Jeff Coleman and Fred. Anderson. The shaft in which the ex plosion occured is nearly 600 feet deep, running about three-fourths of a mile in a lateral direction. The Midlothian coal mines belong to the estate of the late H. H. Burrows, of New York, and cost twelve years ago between $400,000 and $500,000. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup. Rev. Sylvanns Cobb thus writes In the Boston Christian Freeman: We would by no means re commend any kind of medicine which we did not know to be good particularly for In Cants. But of Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup we can speak from knowledge; in eur own family It has proved a blessing indeed, by giving an Infant troubled with colic pains, quiet sleep, and its parents unknown rest at night. Most parents can appreciate these blessings. Here Is an article which works to per fection, and which Is harmless; for the sleep which it affords the Infant is perfectly natural, and the little cherub awakes as "bright as a button." A.nd durlns: the process of teething, Its value Is incalculable. We have frequently heard mothers say they would not be without It fom the birth of the child till It had finished with the teething siege, on any consideration whatever. Sold by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle. Particular Notice. All the drawings will hereafter be under the ex elusive supervision and control of GENKBAL8 G. T. Blf AURKGABD and JUBAL A. EARLY. A SPLENDID OPPOETUNITY TO WIN A FORTUNE SECOND GRAND DISTRI BUTION, CLASS B, AT NEW ORLEATiS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1882. 141st MONTHLY DRAWING. Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated In 1868 for 25 years by the Legls lature for Educational and Charitable purposes witn a capital or 81,000.000 to which a reserve fund of 650.000 has slnee been added. 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 Drawings will take place monthly. It never scales or postpones. Look at the follow ing aiscriDuaon: CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000. 100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars Bachi Half Tickets, One Dollar. LIST OF PRIZSSi 1 Capital Prize S80.000 1 Capital Prize 10,000 1 Capital Prize 5,000 2 Prizes of 82,500 5,000 5 Prizes of 1.000 5.000 20 Prizes of 100 Prizes of 200 Prizes of 500 Prizes of 1,000 Prizes of 500...-., 10,000 m. iu.uuu 50 10,000 JO 10.000 10.. 10,000 APPROXIMATION FRIZES, 9 Approximation Prizes of 8300.. $2,700 i 9 Approximation Prizes of 200 1,800 9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900 1857 Prizes, amounting to $1 10,400 Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all points, to whom liberal compensation will be paid. For further Information, write clearly, giving full sddress. Send orders by express or Registered Letter, oi Meney Order by mail, addressed only to B. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La. orM. A.DAUPB1V, 127 La Salle Street, Chicago, Ills., The New York affise Is removed to Chicago. N. B. Orderijaddressed to New Orleans will re ceive prompt attention. The particular attention t the 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 In each drawing are sold and drawn and paid. Jan8 POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE urn In the City of Loolsvllla, on TUESDAY, JANUARY 31st, 1882. These drawings occur monthly (Sundays except Mit under nrovislons of an Act of the General As sembly of Kentucky. The United States Circuit Court on March 81, rwrutarnri thn followine decisions: 1st That the Commonwealth Distribution Cora- pany is legal. 9d its drawlrm are fair. The Company has now on band a large reserve tond. Read the list of prizes for the JANUARY DRAWING. 1 Prlie - 830,000 1 Prize, iyxxx 1 Trta 5.000 10 Prizes, $1,000 each, 10,000 20 Prizes, 500 each, 10,000 100 Prizes, 100 each 10,000 200 Prizes, 50 each, 10,000 600 Prizes, 20 each,. iM-JCS O Triwa ftrui A nnrrrrlmstlon Prizes 82.70C innn mm inoaon. iu.uuu 8 razes, loo " ww " " .- .... fvvA 1,960 Prizes, 1112,400 ; Whole Tickets, $2; Half Tickets, f 1 ; 2T Tickets Remit Honey or Bank Draft in Letter, or tend . xrii: fr TieKeu. siuu. hv Ktoiwwl DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED LETTJUt OB rUBXUlTiriUJS UWAa. vrupr, ui $5 and upward, by Express, can be tent at our ex pense. Aaaress an oraers u B. M. BOABDMAN, Courier-Journal Bund Louisville, Ky., or 809 Broadway New York. jams I '1 ' ''"JJUMl r -1 rn DDIEHS (BdDdPHDSn we win oa from Ur& data QDon.Psnr, and Jlmnnrtpd Mnfifopv ora AT COST. We still .have a to be sold at a SA.CBIFICB. Also Shawls, WB HAVE A HAIDSOMS LINE OF Dress Goods Sis Passamentries, Cords and Tassels, inil mottlns to 0 Urea Trimmln, line. CU1 toon aiD o Msanu n aanj Mh lines ot our wtou epwtmeDth PB0KFT ATT1NTI9N HARGRAVES 1 J. Bea GENERAL FEED DEALERS AKD- O N MERC H1NTC ON MERCHANT COMMISSI OMMI381 CHARLOTTE, N. C. HAVE HOW OH H&HG : A FULL SUPPLY OF WHITE AND YELLOW CORN, PEARL GRITS, BRAN. PATAP8CO PATENT PROCESS FLOUR, TIMOTHY HAY, AND HECK EES' SELF-RAISING BUCKWHEAT FLOUR WILL GLiDLY PTE PRICES -TO- BOTH THE WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE. Respectfully soliciting a share of your patronage, we are respectfully, jaolO A. i, BEALL & CO. FroshVirginiaMeal, or Brrias stocx or Tew CLOAKS and WALKING JACKETS Balmoral Bklrts, Blankets and Orercoats. eTVKM To OBDBBS. & WILHELM. AND THAT NORTH CAROLINA HAS THE- LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE IN THE SOUTH. SELLS- CHICKSBING & SONS, KRANICH & BACH, MATHUSHEK, ABION, SOUTHEBN GEM And other PIAN03. 1CAS0N 4; HAMLIN, 8H0NINGXR, PELODBET 4 CO., STERLING, AND OTHER ORGANS. THE ONLY HOUSE THAT SELLS STRICTLY First-Class Instruments. Ask me for prices if you want good work and you will never buy anything but the best. Address or call on, II. MCSMITH. listzllmizous. GREAT GERH DESTROYER. Ii5tJRBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. PITTING OK 8MAL POX Prevented. Ulsters purified and healed. SMALL POX ERADICATED. Gangrene prevented and cured. Dysentery cured. Wounds healed rapidly. Scurvey cured In short Tme. Tetter dried op. It is perfectly harmless. For Bore Throat It Is a sure cure Contaelon destroyed. Sick Rooms purified and made plea sac t. Fevered and 81nc Per sons relieved and re freshed b y bathing wim FrophylaUc f iad added to the water. Soft White Complexions secured by Its use in bathing. Impure Air made harm less and punned Dy sprinkling D a r b y's Fluid about To puriry the Breath. Cleanse the Teeth, It can't be surpassed. Catarrh relieved and cured. Erysipelas cured. Burns relieved lnstaitly. Cholera dissipated. Ship Fever prevented Dy Its use. In cases of death In the bouse, It should always be used about the corpse it wUl prevent any unpleasant smell. Scars prevented. Removes all unpleasant odors. An antidote for animal or vegetable poison. Stings, &c. jSCARLET FEVER Dangerous effluvlas or sick rooms ana nouyi tals removed byjts use. CURED Yellow Fever Eradicate gin fact It is the great Disinfectant and Purifier, FBXFABXD BT J. H. ZEILLN & CO, HanufacturingiChemlsts.I&oleE'roprieters de4 Satins, Surahs' Morie Sals, 2 fl C. C. D. A. Everybody Has Discovered The McSmith Music House DIPTHERIA PREVENTED I.

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