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Sty? t)arlottt bserccr.
SVMiO RIFT ION RATKS:
Daily, onr year, ptxtt-vatii, in advance $8 00
itixmontfi ,, s.; 400
fftne monlf ,. 2.00
One month 7S
Weekly (in the tounty). in advame 82 00
OuttftheeunPy, Fttyaid 2.10
x months 1.0S
C0fc mxfl lob Srintittfl"
THE OBSERVER 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, .
TAGS, RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, 4c.
CHARLOTTE, N. Q., WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1882.
S-frf&ti jfl'' " if
at ve:y low prices. Oar
111 be told cheap to close them out. We have a
splendid stock of
WHI h w.s pr pose to close out very cheap. Ask
lor KID uMVHH. ask lor LACKS. aa for ANY
THING you want In our Hue.
car- laliks, ati
t You are cordially Invited to Call
11JMM 4 HARRIS.
.1 "'-J it
We .ire diily receiving a
A Ni:V SUPPLY
yva:c i w ili.
Be morn co npl te than tver bef mi.; comprises
llest Brands and Latest Styles.
LADIF. -', MASSES, CHILDHEV5.
GE.NTo', BOYS and YOUTHS'
FiNE BOOTS AND SHOES
Lower grades all (.'Kids In our Ih.e lit variety and
allpilivn. Full stock
Stetson and Other Hats.
A P HETTY l.IMi
'l'HV.HK, V VI.ISF.S AND NtTCHEI.S,
''ill slzs 'ud price. Cal. nd see us.
PEGRAM & CO.
I AM SELLING
TINWARE and NOTIONS
OK i-VEhT DESCRIPTION
Very cheap nt the VARIETY STORE undf the
Traders' National bmik.
13T- Many useful artlc'es for housekeepers.
Tw pairs leit ot Ladle.-,' Merino Vests at $1.75 p
pair, worth S3.UU. call aud see for yourselves.
febl C. M. ETHEKKDUK.
SALE OF BONDS.
BY Virtue of an order of the Superior Court of
Alamance county, in the case of Alvls King
iin.i nlhara arrolnot W J nnd A. MllTrRV and
"ihers, I will offer for sale at the court house door
in i.-eenboro, N. C. at puMic auction, mr casu,
i n M ,ni j tu tv, dgi nf lfehni:irv 1 R8V. at 12
"'clock M , eight .8) bonds of the county of Car
teret Issued Kebrrary 20tb. 1 8B0, each for $5u0
ou- on February 20th. 1880, t" each of which
i oiui. c iupnns are attached for Interest at 6 per
win. irom February JUin, into.
k .nii.u Hsoirino furt hor i format lrn eai address
"iy atioriiey, James K. Boyd, Esq., Greensboro,
1 m:i td.4
Z H. Vanck.
W. H Baxlki
VANCE & BAILEY,
AttoruHva and Counsellors
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Hra.-tiea in Supreme Court of the United States,
supreme uourt oi worm larounn, reueitu
Courts, and counties of Mecklen
burg. Cabarrus, Union, Gas
ton, Rowan and Da-
I-omc. two doors east of Independence
UO. D. GRAHAM,
I N the State and United States Courts. Collec
uuus, uome ana Foreign, soiicuea. au
"tracts of Titles, Surveys, Ac, furnished for com
Hmm . w r f. in iwimt.t
voanotte, n. a fjan. o.
mm m m
grg (Soote, (Slothing, Sec.
WILL BE SOLD AT
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
We Mean Every Word of This
Only Ask an Inspection to Convince You.
T. I, Seigle & Co.
A cold or sore throat may not seem to
Amount to much, and II promptly attended
to can easily be cured; but neglect is often
followed by consumption or diphtheria.
No medicine has ever been discovered which
acts so quickly and surely in such cases aa
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER. Tho
prompt use of this invaluable remedy ha3
saved thousands of lives.
PERKY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER 13
not an experiment. It has been before tho
public for forty years, and Is most valued
Where It Is best known.
A few extracts irom voluntary testimonials
read as follows :
Pain Killer has been my household remedy for
colds for the past twenty-seven years, and nave
Eever known it to fail in effecting a cure.
l S. Cbockek, WiUiamsville, N. Y.
For thirty years I have used Pain Killer, and
found it a neiier-f ailini? remedy for colds and Bore
throat Barton Seaman.
Have received immediate relief rom colds and
Bore throat, and consider your Pain Killer au
Invaluable remedy. Oeo. B. Everett, Dickinson,
I have just recovered from a very severe cold,
which I have had for some time. I could gt no
relief until I tried your Pain Killer, which
relieved me immediately. I will never atfaia be
without it. C. O. Force, Lowndes, Ga.
Have used Pain Killer in my family for forty
years, and have never known it to fail. Ransom
Lewis, Waynesboro, Ga.
I beg-an using Pain Killer In my family twenty
five years ago and have used it ever since, and have
found no medicine to tako its place. B. W. Dyer,
Druggist, Oneida, N. Y.
For whooping-cough and croup It Is the best
preparation made. We would not be without it
A. P. Routs, Liberty Mills, Va.
For twenty -nve years I have used Patn Killlti
for colds and chapped lips, and consider it the best
medicine ever oflered. GEO.HoopEB,Wilmington,
I was suffering severely with bronchitis, and my
throat was so inflamed I could scarcely swallow
any food. I was advised to try your Pain Killkr,
and after taking a few doses waa completely
cured. T. Wilkinson. ,
Dr. Walton writes from Coshocton : Your Patn
Killer cures diphtheria and sore throat, so alarm
ingly prevalent here, and has not been known to
fall in a single instance. This fact you should
tnake knownto the world.
Mrs. Ellen B. Mason writes: My son was taken
violently sick with diphtheria, high fever, and cold
chills. So many children have died here, I was
afraid to call a physician, and tried your Pain
Killer. He was taken on Sunday, and on
Wednesday his throat waa clear. It was a won
derful cure, and I wish it could be known to the
poor mothers who are losing so-many children.
For Chills and Fever PAIN KILLER has
no equaL It cures when everything else falls.
Delays are often dangerous. A bottle ot
Pain Killer 4n the house is a safeguard that
no family snould be without.
All druggists sell It at 35c, 50c, and $1.00
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
sept dlw sept & oct.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Iiosa of appetlte,Nati8ea,bowel8 costive,
"Pain in theHead.witha dull sensation in
the back part, Fain under the shoulder V
U.Ja offai. oatintr nrit.h ftiiisln-
UIHUO! X UimPDO J-X w- m. " O , ,
clination to exertion of body or mind,J
Irritability of temper. Low spirits, Loss
of memory, with a feeling of haying neg
lected some duty,weariness, Dizziness,
Flattering of the Heart, Dots before the
eye, Yellow Bkin. Headache, Bestlessr
new at night, highly colored Urine.
IF THESE "WAB2TCNGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS FILLS are especially adapted to
such cases, one dose effects inchachange
of feeling as to astonish the sufferer.
They Increase the Appetite, and cause the
body to Take on 'leh, thus the system Is
nourished, and by theirTonic Action on the
Digestive Organs, Kesrular Stools are pro
duced. Price 25 cents. 35 Murray St., BT.Tr.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gray Hair or Whisk ers changed to a Glossy
Black by a single application of this Dye. it
Imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously.
Bold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of II.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
Dr. TCTT8 HANTAL of Vmlu.lil InrbnntUon and
HCaeful Receipt will be mailed FKEE on tpplleatloa.J'
Ginger, Buchu, Man
drake, StiHingia, and
many of the best medi
cines known are com
bined in Parker's Ginger
Tonic, Into a medicine
of such varied powers, as
to make it the greatest
TtlnoH Purifier and the
Ecstortr Eyer Uso.
It cures Rheumatism,
Sleeplessness, & diseaess
of the stomach, tsoweis,
T T : - ffr V wln.r
Oil K(l enm. &isentire!rdiffereatfrom
1 . ' " Bitters, CmKer Essences
MolUtt -d other Tonic - It
in Nr fail, to restore tke never intoxicates, riiscox
youthful color to gray hair. & Co., Chemists, N. Y.
60c. md (11 ilzc. Large Saving Paying Dollar Site.
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQtTAETIES POB DEUMMEBS
8TATESVILLE, n. c.
THIS house has been leased for a term of years
by Mrs. Dr. Beeves, whose Intention U to
keen a strictly firs trcJ ass house In every respect.
Commodious sample rooms on first and second
patronage of the public 1b solicited, .
I Winter Goods
THE ELFXTOHAL FRAUD.
Dlsanpearance of the Panic
Were It Promoter.
Since Mr. Tilden was cheated out of
the Presidency, to which he was elect
ed, a great many f the men who assist
ed in the infamous fraud have gone in
an ignoble way to their long home.
Zack Chandler died miserably in a
Chicago hotel; Senator Morgan shuffled
off his unfragrant coil before he could
derive any benefit from the fraud ; Gen.
Garfield, who was pretty deep in the
Electoral swindle, died from the blow,
of an assassin, and the other day Mr.'
Stoughton "Clerical Error" Stoughton
passed away almost without a sigh.
And yet the feeble old man at Gram
mercy Park, who doesn't look as though
he had a day's life in him, is still, as
bright and chipper to an extent, in
deed, that some of the gossips say he
has his eye firmly fixed on the term
which begins in '84 and ends in '88, and
which would leave him, even if he
should live to see the end of it, almost,
a nonagenarian ; while as for Hayes
but then he's too dead to speak it.
Alamance Gleaner: There is not a
prisoner in Alamance jail and has not
been for six months.
Durham Plant: Durham has the
mumps and wants a United States
Kinston Journal: At the close ot the
war our county owed a railroad debt
of $50,000, which was paid white the
republicans administered the affairs of
the county, and the county still owns
the stock in the road. Since the demo
crats came into power a 12,000 court
house has been built with only one levy
of special tax of $5,000 ; the county is
free from debt; the poor receive their
monthly allowance in cash instead of
script, to sell at a discount; jurors at
tending court receive t lie cash for their
services, ana yet our taxes are within
the constitutional limitation.
How to Ue Your Napkin at Dinner,
The law of the napkin is but vaguely
understood. One of our esteemed me
tropolitan contemporaries informs an
eager inquirer that it is bad form to
fold the napkin after dinner ; that the
proper thing is to throw it with negli-
glent disregard on the table beside the
plate, as to told it would b9 a reflection
on the host, and imply a taminarity
that would not befit an invited guest.
3ut the thoughtful reader will agree
with us that this studied disorder is
ikely to be a good deal more trying to
a fastidious hostess than an unstudied
replacing of the napkin in good order
beside the visitor's plate. The proper
thing is to fold the fabric with unosten
tatious care and lay it on the left of the
plate far troin the liquids, liquors, and
coffee, and thus testily to the hostess
that her care in preparing the table has
The napkin lias played famous parts
n the fortunes of men and women. It
was one of the points admired in Marie
Stuart that, thanks to her exquisite
breeding in the court of Marie de
Medici, her table was more imposing
than the full court of her great rival
and executioner, Elizabeth. At the
table of the latter the rudest forms
were maintained, the dishes were serv
ed on the table, and the great Queen
helped herself to the platter without
fork or spoon, a page standing behind
her with a silver ewer to bathe her fin
gers when the flesh had been torn from
the roasts. At the court or the late
empire, Eugenie was excessively fas
tidious. The use of the napkin, and
the manner of eating an egg, made or
ruined the career of a guest. The great
critic, Sainte Beuve, was disgraced and
eft off the visiting list because, at a
breakfast with the Emperor and Em
press, at the Tuileries, he carelessly
opened his napkin and spread it over
his two knees and cut his egg in two in
the middle. The court etiquette pre
scribed that the half-folded napkin
should lie on the left knee, to be used
in the least obtrusive manner in touch
ing the lips, and the egg was to be
merely broken on the larger ena witn
the edge of the spoon and drained with
its tip. The truth is luxury and inven
tion rush table appliances so far that
few can be expected to know the par
ticular convention that may be consid
ered good form in any diversified socie
ty. The way for a young fellow to do
is to keep his eyes open which, unless
he is in love, he can do-and note what
Tbe Toftaxco ft ajt that Durham
From a memorial to Congress issued
by the Dupfiam tobacco trade, protes
ting azatfist the agitation or tne repeat
of thevtobacco tax. we gather the fol
lowing, showing the amount of money
t busy burg pays in tne way or 10
fiacco tax :
The town of Durham paid to the
United States Government for the year
1881, as tax on tobacco, the sum of $727,-
269.54 being an average 01 over ilfWJ.uoo.
00 Der month.
The value of stamps sold aunng me
month of October and November 1881,
before the agitation of the question was
$192,979.65 with a large number or ord
ers unfilled, and which were conse
quentlv carried into December 1881,
whi etor the months or uecemoer itsi
and January 1882, after this agitation
was started, the amount was only $112.
175. and that, too," when our manufac
tures had to carry some of the Novem
ber orders over into December to be
A short review of the results of the
last aeitation of the tax question wil
Dresent the case in a very conclusive
manner. The agitation waa tegun in
the latter part of!December 1878.
In Jan. 1879 stamps sold, about 20,000
" Feb. ' " " " 22,000
" March" " - 19,000
" April " " " 44,000
While in Mav 1S79 when the matter
was disposed of. and the uncertainty
removed, the value of stamps sold at
once rose to $171,000 notwithstanding
the tax in Mav was 16 cents, while pre
vious to that time it had been 20 cents
on smokine and 24 cents on plug tobac
cos. And we believe a corresponding
loss has been experiended by every to
bacco district in the Uunited States
We now ask, are we to pass through
the same trying ordeal? As long as the
uncertain tv exists as to your nnai ac
tion uDomthis Question, such must be
Jackson. Miss.. Feb. 7. Gen. Gordon
of Georgia, spoke last night in the
Representatives' Hall, on the subject of
The Grand Royal Arch Chapter of
Masons met yesterday m their thirty
fnnrth annual convention.
The Senate passed a bill appropriat
ing fiftv thousand dollars for the en
couragement of immigration.
The Canal lftlerprie.
New York Banker and Brogr.
Arnorig the-canal fiojects to which
the attention of Congress has been di
rected is one for a ship canal across the
State of Michigan from Saugatuck to
Detroit. It is estimated that the cost
of construction would be 85,554,860. It
is proposed that the canal shall follow
the course of the Kalamazoo river
through Allegan and Kalamazoo coun
ties, thence through1 Calhoun county,
Jacfcson county, and1 other counties on
a line eastward to the Detroit Harbor.
The length of the canal would be 178
miles. The Kalamazoo river would be
a useful feeder, and it is said that there
are no less than 335 lakes from which
water can be obtained. The number of
locks would be 22.
Another project is that of building a
canal from R6C& Island, on the Missis
sippi river, eastward 65 miles, to Hen
nepin, on the lIBabis river. The Hli
nois and MichigalBanal extends from
Chicago westward to Peru, which is
only a few miles from Hennepin, and
the connecting link between the old
and the new canal would be formed by
the navigable waters of the Illinois
river. It was estimated in 1870 by the
War Department that the Hennepin
canal would cost $3,900,000. A glance
at the map shows that this canal would
establish communication between the
Mississipdi river and the great lakes.
It also appears that the proposed canal
across the base of the Michigan Penin
sula would open water communication
on almost a straight line from Chicago,
through Lake Erie and thB Erie canal
to New York. The completion of the
two canals would open direct commu
nication from the Mississippi River to
The Midlothian Search Five Bodiea
Richmond, Va., February 7. Ad
vices from the Midlothian mine disas
ter received last night state that the
body of Engineer Jos. Cournow, white,
was found yesterday about 50 feet from
his engine, lie was not disfigured or
burned, save a slight bruise on the nose.
This makes five bodies recovered so far.
A regular shift of ten men is now or
ganized, relieving each other every four
hours and work will be pushed vigor
ously. A meeting of citizens will be
held at the coal field to-day to
present an address to the public setting
forth the destitute condition of the
widows and orphans and appealing for
aid. The Baptist ministers in their
meeting yesterday unanimously resolv
ed to take up collections in their re
spective churches next Sunday for the
Fell I of u, .lloitniain Ledge.
The most remarkable result of the
rains which have prevailed almost con
tinuously in this locality for the past
thirty days, occurred Friday. The
tallest peak on Buffalo mountain, in
ast lennessee, known as vhite Rock
peak on accouut of its peculiar forma
tion, being a ledge of white rock which
towered several hundred feet, fell with
terrific crash, w hich was heard for
several miles around, and the whole
surrounding country wns almost over
whelmed with terror, it appears as if
the whole end of the mountain had
fallen. It is said that when the crash
first occurred people congregated and
prayed to be delivered from the falling
Deprekbion in tho Savaunah StocK
31 ark el.
Savannah, Feb. 7. There was con
siderable flurry in the stock market
yesterday and Georgia Central fell five
points. Mr. Alexander, ot the .Louis
ville and Nashville, and the new direc
tor in the Central, is in the city to at
tend the meeting of steamship directors
to-day. The general belief is, that an
injunction will be issued restraining
parties from carrying out the scheme
of dividing the property of the steam
ship company. Hence the depression
The PugllUlic Briiiaera.
New Orleans, Feb. 7. A Timos-
Democrat Mississippi City special says:
There has been no trouble yet, but re
ports are current that the sheriff will
prevent the fight. Ryan and Sullivan
are in fine condition. The ground which
has been selected can be overlooked
from Barnes' Hotel. It is not thought
there will be any trouble.
Sale of the Wcldou Water Power
New Factory to be Built.
Petersburg, Va., Feb. 7. The canal
and water power at Weldon, North
Carolina,has been sold to Rob't Peebles,
of Northam pton county, for $17,500. A
cotton factory to cost $500,000 is to be
erected tor the new purchaser.
"Yon can't come It." said a customer to a drug
gist who endeavored to palm off his own mixture
when Dr Bull's cough syrup was asked lor, and
Bnll's he got. Price 25c a bottle.
Akscuiblinff of Parliament.
London. Feb. 7. Parliamen re-as
sembled to-dav. The House of Com
mons was well attended, but there was
a sparce attendance in the House of
Lords. Bradlauzh was under the gal-
lerv of the House of Commons. The
Quen's speech was read by the Lord
High Chanceller Lord belborne.
The old saying "opposition is the life of business
has not been sustained In one Instance at least
Since the Introduction of Dr. Bull's cough syrup
all other coueh remedies have been dead stock
and the venders are In despair.
"ROUGH ON BATS."
The thing desired found at last. Ask druggist
for Housh on tats. it clears out rats, mice,
roaches, flies, bed-bags, 15c boxes.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Sirup.
Rev. Sylvanus 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 Infants. But 01
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothlnp Syrup we can speak from
knowledge; m our own lamny n. nas provea a
blesslne Indeed, by givin g an Infant troubled with
colic pains, qniet sleep, and Its parents unknown
rest at night, aiosi parents can appreciate tnese
blessings. Here Is an article which works to per
fection, and whicn is harmless: for the sleep
which it affords the Infant Is perfectly natural, and
the little cheniD awaxes as "Might as a Dutton.
And during the process of teething, its value Is
Incalculable. We have frequenUy heard mothers
say they would not be without It from the birth of
the child till it had finished with the teething
steere. on any consideration whatever. Sold by all
druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
IN CONTAGIOUS DISEASES,
Small Pox, Diphtheria, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and Malarial Fevers, expose in the sick room
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid, it will attack alllm
nurlties and odors. The Fluid will draw to Itself
the germ poisons In the atmosphere and recharge
it with ozone, the mysterious agent by which na
ture vitalizes the air.
Vnr An Irritate Throat. Conzh or Cold
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" are offered with the
fullest confidence In their efficacy. They main
tain the good reputation they have Justly acquired.
Monroe, Mich., Sept 25, 1875.
sirs 1 have been taking Hon Bitters for lnflam
mation of klndeys and bladder. It has done for
me what four doctors failed to do. The effect of
Hop Bitters seemed like magic to me.
W. L. CARTER.
A 8URS IUSE FOB PILES.
Do you know what It is to suffer with Piles? If
yon do, you know what Is one of the worst torments
01 tne human frame. The most perfect cure ever
Known IS iuanev-wort. It aires ftonstl nation, and
wen us ionic action restores health to the diseas
ed bowels and prevents recurrence of disease.
Try it without delay. The dry and the liquid are
wm sura py druggists. uiooe.
All the drawing
SJ oe.??V,.l0J? and control of GENKBALSG.
ujiauiuiuAai) ana j UBAL A. EARLY.
A SPLENDID OPPOBTuTJITY
T0 WA?PBTTJNB SECOND GRANnnTSTRI-
BUTIOH, CLASS B, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1882.
141st MONTHLY DRAWING.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated in 1 has for qr
lAture for Educational and Charitable purpose
with a capital of 81,000.000-to which a reserve
fund of $650,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming nnnniar vrt ita fmuMu
r?8 mS.a P01 the Present 8tate Constitution
jccouioer isa, a. d. 1H7H
Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings Will
take place monthly.
It never scales or notnonn tviv at ,
lng distribution: """"
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars E ich.
Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize g 000
1 Capital Prize 10 000
1 Capital Prize finoo
2 Prizes of 82,500 .' g'ooo
5 Prizes of
20 Prizes of
100 Prizes of
200 Prizes of
500 Prizes of
,000 Prizes of
9 Approximation Prizes of $300
H Approximation Prizes of 200....
9 Approximation Prizes ol 100
1857 Prizes, auonnting to 81 10 400
Responsible corresDondine aeents wanted m mi
points, to whom liberal compensation will be paid.
Kor further Information, write nleariv. dvina fnii
address. Send orders by express or Registered
Letter, or Money Order by mall, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Npn OrlAnna T.a
or M. A. D AUPB.IN.
127 La Salle Street, Chicago, Els.,
The New York fflce Is removed to Chicago.
N. B. Orders addressed to New DriAa
celve prompt attention.
The particular attention of the PnhMo 1 oanoA
to the fact that the entire number ot the Tickets
for each Monthly Drawlna is sold, and conse
quently all the prizes In each drawing are sold and
drawn and paid.
-POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE
In the City of Louisville, on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 1882.
These drawings occur monthly (Sundays except
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Court on March 81.
rendered the following decisions:
1st mat the commonwealth DistriDntlon com
pany Is legal.
2d Its drawings are fair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fund. Read the list of prizes for the
1 Prize 530,000
1 Prize, 10,000
1 Prize 5,000
10 Prizes, 81,000 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 12,000
1000 Prizes, 10 each 10.000
9 Prizes, 8300 each, Approximation Prizes 82,700
9 Prizes, 200 " 1,800
9 Prizes, 100 " " " 900
1,960 Prizes, 8112,400
Whole Tickets. 82; Half Tickets, 81; 37 Tickets,
sou; to Tickets, si 00.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or Bend
by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
LETTER OR POSTOFFICE ORDER. Orders of
85 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex
pense. Address all orders to
R. M. BOARDMAN, Courier-Journal Build
Louisville, Ky., or 809 Broadway New York.
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