Charlotte bsmjer. 8UB0KiPTiojr rates: faUy, on" year, post-paid, in advance 88 00 frtx month .t, 4.00 Three month. 2.00 One month 75 WHSKLT EDITION: Weekly (in the emtnty), in advance $2.00 Outeftheunty. Pent-paid 2.10 x months t.... 1.05 Literal Reduction fir gktbt. ' gsoly and ?cT f viuUtip M II 111 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 rush at shrt notice, BLANKS, BILL-HEADS, LETTER-HEADS, CARDS, TAGS, RECEIPTS, POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, HANDBILLS, PAMPHLETS. CTRCTJL ARS, CHECKS, 4a VOL. XXVII. CHARLOTTE, N. C, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1882. NO. 4,025. 1 ft jri tfl . bm liic warier m 'I I'll! jtTL. U I ATl THE Y0 GENTLEMEN OF lHABLOTTE, And the old ons too, are hereby Informed that we hav ttken 1 he Agency fur one of the Largest and Most Reliable Houses In the United States -for manufactu.lng- ( UVrillM. TO ORDER. -WE HAV8 Two or Three Hundred Samples Of the latest and most beautiful styles for this Spring. We will take your measure, ORDER YOU A SUIT, A nd If It Is not a PERFECT FIT, and everything irfcil satisfactory. the suit cin be refused. We c.ji furnlih you wP.h a suit from $16 00 to $55.00. fSf We w ould like or all wh rant a Spring Sa.t io cull and look at or samples. fei.10 ALiXANDeH & HARRIS. Soots a -tf Ixocs :: :: Spring Stylo Hats. :: :o: Fegran & Have received and are d illy receiving A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF GGO EEKUft NTTTTrSSo""" O G E N N N T O EE N N N T ss8 8S8S O GO K N NX T GGO EKE M Hfi T iv 1 ore1 i i Ul ml and h -HATS.-: Doo't Fail to Call and See Them. PEG RAM & CO. fet14 Dried Sugar Corn, bOOB KROUT. PiCKLKD PIu'S FEET. K iSTR IN R03E POTATOES, - OMNi BY THE BARBEL, -AT- S. M. II O WELL'S. feb5 r-ottlsue to net as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats, ': .v'.i Slai-ks. CoDvriirhts. etc.. for the United States, ( .-. Cuba, England, France, Germany, etc. We had tlilrtr-flvo years' experience stents obtained through us are noticed In the Set tN inc American. This large and splendid illus trated w eek I y paper, $ 3 . SO a year,shows the Progress of Scienlfe, b very interesting, and has an enormous Irculation. lddress MUNN & CO., Patent Solici tors, rub', ot' Scientific amxkican.,87 Park JCow, New York. Hand book about Patents free. DIVIDEND NOTICE. NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY, Secretary ana Treasurers umce. Company Shops, N. C, January 81st, 1882 rpHg Directors of the North Carolina Bailroad 1 Company have declared a dividend of 6 per cent three per c nt payable 1st March, to stock holders of record on 10th February next; and three per cent on 1st September, to stockholders of record on lth August next. The stook books will be c osed from 10th February to 1st March, and from 10th August to 1st September. 1882. P. B. BUFFIN, febl lm Secretary. Wvoitssioiml Z. B. Vasce. W. H BAI1J1T. VANCE & BAILEY, Attorneys and Ootmiellors CHARLOTTE, N. a Practice in 8upreme Court of the United States, Uupreme Court of North Carolina, Federal Courts, and counties of Mecklen burg, Cabarrus, Union, Gas ton, Rowan and Da vidson, i ' lr- Girie. doors east of Independence Square. may29 tf RO. D. GKAHAM, IN the State and United States Courts. Collee Hons, Home and Foreign, solicited. Ab pentatloLTlU6' SurTey"' " furnlfl,ld tot 00,11 ; nPZT'H" Corner Tr Trron streets' Charlotte, N. C. f Jan. 6. 1882. 1882. flKfl (g00jfts, CEXotttittfl, Sec. TO-DAY ALL WILL BBSOLD AT GREAT SACRIFICE, TO MAKE ROOM FOB SPRING PURCHASES. We Mean Every Word of This AND Only Ask an Inspection to Convince Yon. T. L. Seigle k Cov medical. Diphtheria. A cold or ore throat may not seem to mount to much, and If promptly attended to can easily be cured ; but neglect 13 often followed by consumption or diphtheria. No medicine has ever been discovered which acts so quickly and surely in such cases as PERRY DA.VIS' PAIN KILLER. The prompt nse of this invaluable remedy has Bavea thousands of lives. PERRY DAVIS PAIN KILLER 13 not an experiment. It has been before the public for forty years, and is most valued Where it is best known. A few extracts from voluntary testimonials read as follows: Pain Killer has been my household remedy for oolds for the pant twenty-eeven years, 'and have never known it to faif in effecting a cure. L. 8. Crocker, Williams ville, N. Y. For thirty years I have used Pain Killer, and round it a never-failing' remedy for colds and sore throat Bauton Seaman. Have received immediate relief from colds and sore throat, and consider your Pain Killer an Invaluable remedy. Geo. B. Everett, Dickinson, N. Y. 7 I have just recovered from a very severe cola, which I have had for some time. I could get no relief until I tried your Pain Killer, which relieved me immediately. I will never again be without it. C. O. Force, Lowndes, Ga. Have used Pain Killer in my family for forty years, and hare never known it to fail, Ransom Lewis, Waynesboro, Ga. I began using Pain Killer In my family twenty, five years ago and have used it ever sill ce, and have found no medicine to take its place. B. W. Duta,' 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-live years I have used Pain Killer for colds and chapped lips, and consider it the best . medicine ever offered. Ueo.Hoopju, Wilmington, N. C. I was suffering severely with bronchitis, and my throat was so inflamed I could scarcely swallow any fooft I was advised to try your Pain Killer, and after taking a few doeea was completely cured. T. Wilkinson. Dr. Walton writes from Coshocton : Your Pain Killer cures diphtheria and sore throat, so alarm ingly prevalent here, and has not been known to fail in a single instance. This fact you should make known to 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 was 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 noequaL It euros when everything else falls. Delays are often dangerous. A bottle of Pain Killer 4n the house Is a safeguard that no family should be without. All druggists Bell It at 25c, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors, Providence, R. I. sept dftw sept a oct. TUTTS PAULS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Loss of appetlte.W ati8ea,boweIs costive, Fain in theHead.with a dull aenBation in the back part, Pain under the shoulder blade, fullness after eating, with a disin clination to exertion of body or mind. Irritability of temper. Low spirits, Loss of memory, with a feeling of haying neg lected some duty, weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering of the Heart, Dote before the eyes, Yellow Bkin, Headache Restless ness at night, highly colored Urine. It THESE WARNINGS ABE TJ1THEEDEB, SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. TUTTS FILLS are especially adapted to such cases, one dose effects such a change of feeling as to astonish the sufferer. They Increase the Appetite, and cause the body to Take on Fleoh, thus the system is nourished. and by theirTonie Aetlonon the DIteillve urzaus, nwumr siww.b i KLY" duced. Price 25 cents. Murray St., TUTT'S HAIR DYE. Gray Hair or Whisk ers changed to a Gtoasr Black by single application of this DYE- It imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Bold by Druggists, or seut by express ou reoeipt of f 1. Office, 35 Murray St., New York. CDr. TUTTS MANUAL at laforMtlea nd h CmAiI UccelpU wUl ba mailed t'UEK tpplitU.P Feby. aSdeod! Ginger, Buchu, Man drake, Stillingia, 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 Funhr ana ina Bcstlloal th Strength licstortr ever usta. It cures Rheumatism, Sleeplessness, & diseaess ofthe Stomach, Bowels, Ti r I Lungs, Uver&Kjdneys, Hair RalniTii &senli"1)teU!rontfim U1'- JPir 1 a Otters, G&fcr Essences rt n I ii . - , - MJcilSrt) and other fonics, t izzl s, r.ii. imiii never intoxicates, rtiscox Ma. and SI ). Hn J A 1 .1.. I a)M Kv no1 line mff L" 1 I J i ST CHARLES HOTEL.; HEADQUAETEES TOE DEUMMEES. 8TATKSVILL1I,M.C. i -. . i tttrm of rears TUB nouse lias uotu raiwcu " a- m by Mrs. Dr. Beeves, whose lntenaonls to kAen i gtrlctly flrst-cJass house In every respect. mrSus sample rooms on first and second The patron age of the public Is solicited. Jmlyl.dtt Fall Winter Goods COTTON MILL BOOffi. tevpriaa to be Stsarted in Green- e The Hoguenot Mille, iston News and Courier. . meetiDg of a number of citizens terested in the establishment of a plaid factory was held in Greenrille on Friday last. The new enterprise is to be called "The Huguenot Cotton Mills." The following are the names of the subscribers : A. McBee, Sr., H. Beattie, T. Q. Donaldson, C, H. Lannean. Geo. Putnam, Wm. Wilkins, J. C. Smith, W. L. Mauldin and John Ferguson. r. qL uonaiason. (J. H, x.anneau. H. Beattie, George Putnam and H. G. Markley were elected directors. T. Q. Donaldson wa&elected president, and C. H. Lanneau, treasurer. Instructions were given in regard to securing the charter for the new cor poration from the clerk of court, when the officers will proceed to locate the mill. Ample capital has been subscri bed to be more than sufficient to build and start the "Huguenot," and the gen tlemen connected with it are greatly encouraged at the outlooked, express ing confidence that the factory will be in operation by the middle of the sum mer. The goods to be manufactured have a very large sale, consisting of pretty cotton plaids in which the colors are woven instead of stamped as in some brands. The exact location of the factory is not yet settled upon, but it will cer tainly be upon the river. It is to be run entirely by steam power, but it is desirable that water shall be as con venient as possible to supply the boilers ana aye works. This, says the Greenville JNews. will be the first factory in our city which wm manufacture colored clotn. and tne only one of its kind in the State, and is due entirely to the energy of the citi zens of Greenville, all of the stock being thus far taken by residents. It is therefore entfrely a home enterprise, and too much cannot be said in com mendation of the zeal thus manifested by our people. The stock is limited to $100,000. and ibis juiiount will doubt- ess be rapidly taken wlit n the remu nerative character of this species of cotton manufacture is fully compre hended. When the Huguenot Mills are in full operation for a time it will no doubt be found to be so successful that that large additions will be made, as similar mills in North Carolina and other States have experienced the most gratifying success, and this section has been largely supplied with goods from the North Carolina factories. It istimat ed that the demand in Greenville coun ty and contiguous counties will absorb a 1 arge part of the goods turned out at tins factory, and many hundred bales of these nlnirls arfl an nnall v anld hv mir r , . ::-.J . 773 A merchants in this city. The acquisitiofriy1'11 l"u"uusteLu warrior or ye ui Liiia new jcti,i.uijr 10 incirauioui uuijr a lew weeks' energetic work on the part of those who are prominent in the movement, and little difficulty was ex perienced in securing the necessary number of subscriters to complete the amount required to begin active opera tions, looking to the immediate con struction of the "Huguenot Mills." A meeting of the directors will probably be held next week, at which further and more decisive business will be transacted. The factory will only em ploy a number of skilled operatives, and will bring a number of new citi zens, who will earn good wages, to Greenville. The Orangeburg Times of the 9th says: "Mr. Cornelson has obtained the right of way for the purpose of con structing aqueducts from the branch at Sunny Side to convey water to his fac tory. Nothing stands in the way of Mr. Cornelson making this factory equal to the best of the kind in the South." Knickerbocker A correspondent thus describes the position of the Grants in New York society: Now that Gen. Grant has be come a Gothamite, it has become a sub ject of discussion with the old Knick erbockers as to whether his iamuy shall be received into that inner and select circle of most conservative peo ple, or allowed to find a place in the whirl or the nouveaux ricne. xne taeic understanding is that the Grants must make their own society. Mrs. Grant has quite an independent spirit about it. She is giving some grand receptions these days, and laughs the loudest of her guests at the airs some of the Knickerbockers put on toward her. The name of Ulysses, she thinks, is an open seasame to whatever circle sne chooses to enter. The xoung Mrs. Grants go out but little this winter. Mrs. Sartons has attended several Dans, She is said to have an odd taste in dress, and theJ?ed kid gloves she wore at the Washington reception are not more startling than other novelties she has worn. lien, lirant nas set up in uusl- ness as oracle or uotnam. lie sits inn his library filled with books, apparently boueht bv the yara, ana, as ne smoKes, nervously turning his cigar over and over in his mouth, he tells reminis cences. His memory is very great, and now that he has no special reason to be a sphinx, he discusses men in public life very freely, and, and with an al most unexpected felicity of expression, describes the different shades of then character, dwelling, perhaps, most upon the seamy side, where faults ana Diem- ishes may be seen. He has a company of his old cronies about him, and as one gets a glimpse of the throng, the im pression becomes vivia tnat tney are a lot of old topers who have sworn off, for the color of the ruby has not yet left the tips of their noses. Wild Beaits and Saakei lit India. Scientific American. It is with somewhat more than ordi nary interest that we have for some years past awaited the annual records setting forth the ravages wrought by tigers and other wild animals,. and by snakes, throughout the Indian em pire. From a brief notice which ap pears in the columns of a contemporary we now learn that there has been a steady decrease from 1876 to 1880, in the total number of wild animals destroyed throughout Hindostan, coupled, how- ever. with a proportionate increase in the number of persons killed by wild animals and snakes. Thus, whereas in the year first named there were de stroyed in Hindostan no fewer than 23,459 wild beasts, in 1880 the figures diminished to 14,886 ; but during this same period the number of human be ings who have lost their lives--has mounted up from 19,272 to 31,9901 "One satisfactory feature observable in the nreaent annual returns la that relating to tne great increase in the number of snakes destroyed in the Bombay Presi dency alone, ux course, it must oe a matter of impossibility to suggest an antidote for the moral injuries Inflicted by a wild beast such as the tiger; but there would seem to be a goodeHrjjojw presented for the , further prosecution of the experiments already made by Dr. Da Lacerdo in connection with a epecifio for snake bite. Baehnpaiba. New, Quick, complete cure 4 days, urinary affec tions. smaruuK, rrequeut or uuueuu. uruuuiun. iu irirtnp.T diseases, si at uniKKiaio. . a. flfcAden Charlotte, N. C. IIIGEI TRAGEDY. Apoetropbe to tne Statue pf at Oladlsv tor. Laramie Boomerang. Cold, pulseless fragment of the long ago, who sittest calm and passionless through scooting years 1 Thy busted snoot, awry, amort, bemoiled with dust of passing feet, thy fractured bugle looming 'neath the twinkling stars, a gloomy wreck of former grander tells not of what hath thee betid. Across thy scarred, cold breast no trouble rolls, and e'er thy brow yet frozen in numb agony bestraught, the swift "and sable clouds of night do struggle like an aged dying joke cast in the dust of ancient amphi-theater. Little thou reckest, in thy broken state, that thou are clothed with noth ing but the wailing wynd. Thy cold, hard cheek is still ; unclothed with shame, tho' in the chilly air anight thy marble fragments are exposed. Who, gazing at thy busted brow and panic stricken features, now would ere surmise thy prbwess in the days agone! Who looking o'er thy mansard intellect and cast iron frame, knocked galley west by time's effacing fingers, ere would give a passing thought to what thou'st been in previous yeaip ! I trow, not one in all mankind would pick thee up to be the once proud snoozer of the Roman ring. Misguided relic of an era past when men were muscled like an aged hen, and brave men fought with cheese knives long and well, or gouged the lion's liver out and with the sand, while beauties, ladies smiled and munched the Roman caramel, he who would grudge the pity now in this thy hour of need, would rob a pauper's' grave to get the gold with which his teeth were filled. Proud fabric of heroic days, in dreams no doubt thou livest on, and the amphi theater with quivering blade thou tight est still. Methinks I see thee in the dusty ring, straddling about and slashing right and left, filling the air with toe-nails and fresh gore. Again I hear thy new-laid joke as up against the galleries the fragments of thy foe are hurled. Dream on, thou fractured warrior of ye olden time, and reck not one cold, careless clam that all thy limbs are knocked into a shapeless mass. Forget the present in thy glorious past. Live over still the days when in thy wondrous strength thou wast more deadly than the modern pie. -Remember still the days of long ago, when he who banged thee midst the face and eyes got scattered over the dry and thirsty ground,. and dusted off therquiv ering earth with his remains. Lose not thy grip, bold warrior of the fly-blown PSt. Brace Up with memories of for ..- . . . . . Roman time, for he who thus apostro phizes thee is busted, too. Not Quite SatUfac tory. Raleigh News and Observer. Dr. Mott's expenditures last year. running from June 30, 1880, to June 30. 1881, and covering the period of the election canvass, were 03,551 greater than they were the- year before. We have ottered to print any explanation that either the doctor or the Statesville American can make of this fact. J n reply to this the American har rows its soul with the startling: query. "Can the News and Observer be honest in its statements V" We answer that independent of ev ery other consideration, a newspaper having such intelligent readers as the News and Observer can not afford to be otherwise than accurate. Occasion ally typographical errors will occur: occasionally the best sources of infor mation opened to an editor are them selves only meagre and imperfect; but- what appears in a newspaper must be as true and as perfect and as reliable as diligence can make it. Mistake?, how ever, will sometimes occur, but no will ful misstatement can be tolerated in a newspaper. Such figures as the American indul ges in would kill a newspaper outright among intelligent readers; that the American survives is by no means in conflict with this doctrine. The American is altogether correct in supposing that we had Commission er liaum s report before us when we prepared the statistics of Dr. Mott's district; and the statements to which it objects are Commissioner liaum s, not ours. It is none of our business to teach the editor of the American .arith metic, and we shall not try. But his figuring only puts Dr. Mott in a worse tlx than before. Raum says that there were 18.038 gal lons of spirits made last year and depos ited in the warehouses on which no tax had been paid according to the figures of the American we observe that the amount is 24,740 gallons, making a dif ference of 0,702 gallons, representing a tax of $6,031. Now how about that? Was that $6,031 paid or was it not ? Mr. Raum says that the 6,702 gallons of spirits are not on hand, and he does not account for the S5.031 tax that it represents. In reply to the question, why should the expenses of the district have increased $63,551, the American gives a list of the distilleries operated during each month. That does not explain it. It is not the number of distilleries, but the number of distillery warehouses that make the. cost. Commissioner Raum says onpage 83: "The number of distillery warehouses increased in that district from 229 on July 1, 1880, to 253 on June 30, 1881," a difference oi 24. Why should an increase of 24 distil lery warehouses have occasioned an in crease of $63,551 in expense? We do not doubt that Dr. Mott paid out the money and that it is all regular ou the books, "but that goes for nothing. The American says that the pay of the storekeepers was $4. Up to May it was $4. Not Enough, Durham Plant Some of our State exchanges were misled by the first memorial from the Durham people to Congress. The amount of revenue stated to have been paid as tax on the tobacco during the year 1881 was placed at $727,267.54. This was a mistake, which occurred m the following : manner: During the year Mr. Nichols, the deputy collector, was in Washington looking after the Raleigh postmastership and the stamps were sold from Raleigh and the books here did not contain the amounts so sold. And in adding up tha amounts hurriedly a mistake of $100,000 was made. The amount really sold was $900,000, an average or. $75,000 per month. . PB1MATDBB LOSS OF THE jUlB May be entirely . prevented -by tha. use of BUB NBTT8 COCOA1NX. t.ljo other cam pound pos sesses the peculiar properties : blch so exactly suit the yarious conditions of the human hair. It softens the hair when harsh and dry. scptbes tha irritated scalp. It aflords the riches lastre. It prevents the hair rroas falling & it promotes Its healthy, ngoross growth. - It is not greasy nor sticky. It leave no disagreeable odor . it suns dandruff. .-' ' Burnett's Flavoring Extracts areknwnto be th Arkansas Hirers on the Spread. Little Rock, Ark., Feb. 14. A special from Helena, dated yesterday, says the river at this point has risen higher. Advices from Madison - and Walnut Bend indicate a rapid rise dur ing the past 24 hours. Tne levee at Walnut Hill is broken in several places. Not three acres of land are to be seen in any direction. Telegrams have been sent to Memphis asking that boats be sent down to take out the cattle,horses, and mules. The St. Francis river is re ported to be rising along its entire length. The situation is indeed alarm ing, but the citizens of Helena are de termined to leave nothing undone to keep out the water. THK TALK OF TETJC TOWN. Columbus, Ga., Feb. 4, 1881. H. H. Warner ft Co.: Sirs Tour Bate Kidney and Liver Cure beats all the medicines I have ever heard of for kidney and liver diseases. It has cured a genuine case of Brlght's Disease here In Columbus (Judge F. M. Brooks), and that Is proof enough for me. It U the talk of the town. J. N. Gilbxbt, M. D. " I'M I DISINFECTANTS ABE ABSOLUTELY necessary, especially In cases of Diphtheria, Scar let. Typhoid, Yellow and Malarial Fevers. Darbys Prophylactic Fluid Is the great disinfectant and purifier. It affords protection fcom contagion, it is a relief and cure in the sick room, will 4purtfy the air and destroy vile odors without creating an other. As a household remedy it is invaluable. WHY WE AB PLASTERS ? They may relieve, but they can't cure that lame back for the kidneys are the trouble and you want a remedy to act directly en their seoretlons, to purify and restore their healthy condition. Kidney-Wort has the specific action and at the sane time it regulates the bowels perfectly. Don't wait to get sick, but gt a package to day, and eure yourself Either liquid or dry for sale at the diue- gists. Bingham ton Republican. A Dowa Towa Merchant, Having passed several sleepless nights, disturb ed by the agonies and cries of a suSering child, and becoming convinced that Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup was lust the article needed. Dro- eured a sapply for the child. On reaching home and acquainting his wife with what he had done, sne rerusea io nave it administered to tne cmid, as she was strongly in favor of Homoeopathy. That night the ehDd passed to suffering, and the parents without sleep. Returning home the day following, the father found the baby still worse: and while contemplating another sleepless night, the mother stepped from the room to attend to some domestic duties, and left the father with the child. During her absence he administered a por tion of the Soothing Syrup to the baby, and said nothing. That night all hands slept well, and the little fellov awoke in the morning bright and hap py. The mother was delighted with the sudden and wonderful change, and although at first offend ed at the deception practiced upon her, has con tinued to use me syrup.ana sintering crying Daoies and restless nlgfets have disappeared. A single trial of the Syrup never yet failed to relieve the baby, and overcome the prejudices of the mother. Sold by all Druggists. 25 cents a bottle. potteries. Particular Notice. All the drawlnes will hereafter be nnder the ex clusive supervision and control of OENBBAL3 G. x. uKAumcGAbD and jubal a. early. A SPLENDID OPPOETUNITT TO WIN A FORTUNE THIRD GRAND DISTRI BUTION, cuaaa c, ax hjsw Orleans, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1882. 142nd MONTHLY DRAWING. Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated In 1868 for 25 rears bv the Legis lature for Educational and Charitable purposes with a capital of 81,000.000 to which a reserve fund of $550,000 has since 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 distribution; CAPITAL PRIZE, 830,000. 100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars Each. Half Tickets, One Dollar. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Capital Prize 830,000 1 Capital Prize 10,000 1 Capital Prize 5,000 2 Prizes of 82.500 5,000 o mzes or t.oou ., 5,000 20 Prizes ot 100 Prizes of 200 Prizes of 500 Prizes of 1,000 Prizes of 500.. ...u 10,000 iuu. n .. 10,000 50 10,000 20.. , MM00 10.. -js.. 10,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 9 Approximation Prizes of $300 82,700 H Approximation Prizes of 200 1,800 9 Approxlmauon'.Prixes of 100... 900 1857 Prizes, amounting to $110,400 Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all points, to whom liberal compensation will be paid. ror runner mrormaiioa, write cieariy, giving nui address. Send orders by express or Registered Letter', or Money Order by mall, addressed only to M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La. OT M. A. DAUPHIN, 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 ier eacu jaontmy Drawing is sold, and conse quently an the prizes in each drawing are sold and urawn anu paia. feb!2 - 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 That the Commonwealth Distribution Com pany la legal. 2d Its drawings are fair. The Company has now on hand a large reserve fund. Bead the list of prizes for the FEBRUARY DBA WING. 1 Prize, 880,000 1 Prize, 10,000 1 Prize, 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 acn ,2,000 1000 Prizes, 10 each... Jiio.000 9 Prizes, $300 each, ApprozimaaoD Prizes $2,700 9 Prizes, 200 ; . v " ". 1,800 ejfrlzes, 100' " " " M 800 l,t60 Prizes,. ...$11200 Whole Tickets. 82; Halt Tickets, 81; 27 Tickets, 60j 55 TieketsvJlOO, Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter; or send by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED LETTER OB POSTOFFICS ORDER. Orders of 85 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex pense. . Address all orders to ' . B M. BQARDMAV, Courtei-Journai Build Louisville, Kj or ,809 Broadway New York. . feb4 .;;'. '. - . '.'.'. ; CENTRAL; HOTEL. I HATE 'taken, ebatge of the-above Hotel, la GREENSBORO, N. C and will run it to FIRST CLASS 8TLEv and will be glad to have my friends and the public give mo atriaL Charges $1.50 per day. WM.PAYLOB.Jb. Greensboro. N.C., February 8th, 1882. feb9 2w 4,ist 1 t DAAii jp Pa -POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE- 1 I 'fL-J ATI III t-JTOb ' "VJJH I -J Llfl 11 1 Milll'JM ll'H -nb SMBSHSHSHSsHMSMUIaH I DDES"? (KdDdPUDgn We will close our Fancy Cassimere Suite Balmoral Skirts, Cloaks, Dolmans -and COST. WE STILL HAVE A Silks, Satins, Surah Satins and Velvets Cheap. Just received a new Cuffs Wd Neckwear "TOWER" AND PEARL SHIRTS, The best in the Market at 8L00 each. Ladles' and Gents' HAND-MADE SHOES, every pair warrant ed. Give us a call and you will save money. warrant PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ORDERS, gj H ARGRAVES8 & WILHELM. p GENERAL FEED DEALERS nOMH OMMISSION MERCHANTS MERCHANTS, UOMMISSIO CHARLOTTE, N. C. HAVE HOW OH HftHO : A FULL SUPPLY OF n .lit' if.-i WHITE AND YELLOW CORN, PEARL GRITS, BRAN. PATAPSCO PATENT PROCESS FLOUB, TIMOTHY HAY. . ANDHKCKSRd' SELF-RAISING BUCKWHEAT FLOUB WILL GLADLY PTE PRICES . -TO- BOTH THE WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE. Respectfully soliciting a share of roar patronage, we are respectfully, Janl 9 An 9. BE ALL A CO. entire stock of Oyercoa Is, Is, Colored Hosiery, HANDSOME LINE OF C. C D. A. AND -THAT- NORTH CAROLINA flAS THE- IN THE SOUTH. The McSnil Music House -SELLS- CHICKKBING & SONS, KBANICH fc BACH, MATHUSHIK, ARION, SOUTHERN GEM And other PIAN03. MASON &. HAM LIN, SHONINGER, PELOCBET &!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 betf. 3? Address or call on, II. McSMlTII. GREAT GERM DESTROYER. DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. PITTING OK" 8MAL POX Prevented. Ulsters purified and healed. Gangrene prevented and cured. Dysentery cured. Wounds healed rapidly. SMALL POX ERADICATED. Contagion des troved Scurvey cured In short Sick Rooms purified and Tme. Tetter dried no. maae pieasan u Fevered and Sine Per It is perfectly harmless. sons relieved and re For sore Throat it is a freshed b v bathlne sure cure with Prophilattc , 4iuoJ aauea to tne water. Soft White Complexions secured by its use in bathing. Impure Air made harm less and purified by sprinkling Darby's Fluid about . To purily the Breath, DIPTHERIA PREVENTEDp Cleanse the Teeth, it Cholera dissipated. bhlp Fever prevented by its use. In cases of death In the house, It should alwnys be used about the corpse-It will prevent any unpleasant smell. can't be suroassed.. Catarrh relieved and eared. Erysinelas cured. Barns relieved Instantly. scars prevented. Removes all unpleasant oaers. , An antidote for animal or Vegetable Poison, SOngs, &c Dangerous effiuvias of slcK rooms ana nospi tels removed by its use. Yellow FeverEradlcate r. In. fact It is the great Disinfectant and Pnrifier, FEXPABKD Vt ', ,- u. - J. H. ZEILIN & CO., IlIajiufactariiigXremlsts,3ole Proprietors:'' Bdec4 BlaDkets Everybody Has Discovered JSCARLET J 1 FEVER CUrTED.

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