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SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1882.
ihalajJX Lodqk No. 81, A. IT. & JL M. Regular
eMiug every second and fourth Monday nlghta.
TtxeKLSiOH Lodox No. 261. A.F.41. JL Reg
ular meeting everflrst and third Tuesday nights.
ruABLOTTi Chaftib No. 89, .R. A. M. Regular
meeting every second and fourth Friday nights.
PHABLOTTK COMMAND ABT NO, 2, K. T. Regular
meeting every first and third Thursdays.
k wights or Hono Regular meeting every
,econd and lourth Thursdays.
UZ. OS1 3P-
KNiGHTS or Pythias. Regular meeting nights
first and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock p. m. arMa
sonic Temple Hall.
I. O. O. ZE"
Charlott Lodgb No. 88. Meets every Mon-
MKCKLSNBTJB9 DECLARATION LODG NO. 9.
Meets every Tuesday night
Dixis Lodgk No. 108. Meets'every Thursday
Catawba Rivbb Encamfmint No. 21. Meets
irst and third Thursday nights tn each month.
' Index to New Advertisements
n h Jordan Co GRrden Seed.
T T. i-n.ltn- Freight Notice.
Gkntlemesj Yo r Hop Bitters have been of
ervat value u me. I was aH up with typhoid fever
tor over two m nttas and ouia get no relief until
I trd your bop bitters. To those suffering from
deb llty or a y one In feeble health. I cord'ally re
Mnnmeiid tbera. J C h-toetzkl,
w tt&3 Fulton street, Chicago, I1L
It Is the Height of Folly to wait until you are
in id with disease yo-i may not get over for
months when ?ou can be cured during the early
vmptom9by Parkei's dinger Tonic We have
kn"Wh the sickliest families made the henlthlest
t j a timely use of this pure medicine. Observer.
BKUftlKU ALUM AMD IKON OPKIMOfl WATXB AMD
Mass The great tonic and alterative contains
twice as much Iron and fifty per cent, more alum
inum than any "alum and Iron mass" known,
just the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
neral. Sold by all druggists of any standing
Prices reduced one half.
To all who are suffering from the errors aDd in
discretion of youth, nervous weakness, early decay
033 of manhood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will
cure you. KKEE of CHARGE. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Bsv.
JOSEPH T. IN MAN, Station D. New York City.
Who is Mrs. Wlnslow ?
As this question Is frequently asked, we will sim
ply say that she Is a lady who for upwards of for
ty years, has untiringly devoted her time and tal
ents as a Female Physician arid nurse, principally
among children. Bbe has especially studied the
constitution and wants of this numerous class,
and, as a result of this effort, and practical knowl
edge, obtained In a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing Syrup,
for children teething. It operates like magic
giving rest and health, and Is moreover, sure to
regulate the bowels. In consequence of this ar
ticle, Mrs. Wlnslow is becoming world-renowned
as a benefactor of her race; children certainly do
rise up and bless her; especially Is this the case
In this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing Syrup
are daily sold and used here. We think Mrs.
Wlnslow has Immortalized her name by this in
valuable article, and we sincerely believe thous
ands of children have been saved from an early
grave by Its timely use, and that millions yet un
born will share its benefits, and unite in calling
her blessed. No mother has discharged her duty
to her suffering little one. In our opinion, until she
has given It the benefit of Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing
Syrup. Try it, mothers try It now. Ladles' Visi
tor. New York City. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottle.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness More economlca
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude or low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate nowdrs. Sold only in
cans ROYAL BAKING POWDBB CO.,
nov23 New York.
LeRoy Davldion, Sole Agent, C harlotte, N. o.
NEW CJLCS3US THICK
-AND SPECIALTY COMPANY,
-The Great Colossus,
Ji muohs i ISO MiKrurE!
FIIF.E EXHIBI CIO,
At night, before the Hall.
Tight Hope I
Ucauiirul Dplay of Fireworks.
ft-mian dandles, Siy Sockets, Bengal Lights, e'c.
Balcony Concert by the Draaw Band
ONfe NIGHT ONLY.
Monday Evening, February 27th.
(ROYAL FSKVig jfc XJ
4 KINGLAUGH MAKERS 4
feb23 mtB8lon 750 "rt 60a.
tVery few countrymen
the city yesterday.
BSThe Pleasure Club gave a pleas
ant german at tneir rooms last night.
t-Mr. T.T. Smith, agent, this morn
ing gives an important notice to freight
CTA skating carnival will take
place Tuesday night at IXargrave3 and
Wilhelm's rink. Skaters to be masked.
l"Two of the parties convicted at
the late term of the inferior court were
implicated in the railroad thefts that
have been going on at the railroad yard
in this city.
E3Dr. Thos. J. Moore and family
will leave on this afternoon's train for
Richmond, Va., where they will reside
for the future. In Charlotte they leave
many warm friends who will regret
their departure. '
IQrFIt is likely that at least two capi
tal cases will be tried at the next term
of the Superior Court of this county
one removed from Union county, and
the other that of Sam Bogus charged
with killing Walter Pemberton. Both
of the accused are negroes.
tSAt the meeting of the Library
association last nigbt selections were
read by Mr. D. H. Anderson, Miss Mat
tie Mottley, Etta Cuthbertson and Miss
Connie White. Miss Minnie Asbury
presided at the organ and was ably as
sisted by Messrs. Frank Blair and O.
W. Badger and Miss Janie Rudisill,
each of whom sang solos.
Mrs, Martin Icehout. residing in
Charlotte township, three miles from
the city, died vwy suddenly at her
home night before last. It is stated that
Thursday evening Mrs. Icehour retired
in perfect health, and yesterday morn
ing was found dead in her bed. Mr.
Icehour was in this city at the time of
the occurrence, having been summoned
here as a witness before the Inferior
Court. The deceased lady was upwards
of fifty years of age. The cause of death
is supposed to be heart disease.
Arrested as Accessory.
Several weeks ago we gave an ac
count of the assassination of Adam
Wilson, in Chesterfield county, South
Caroliua, by unknown parties. On the
22d Wilson's wife was arrested and
committed to jail as an accessory to
one Scott, a repulsive negro man, who
did the shooting. It appears that the
woman entered into the conspiracy to
remove her husband in order to carry
on intimate relations with the negro
Scott The trial will probably be had at
the present term of Cheraw Court
Ho! for Carolfh.
We are indebted to Messrs. Alfred
Wilfiams & Co., publishers, for a copy
of this song arranged for the piano, by
Dr. Wm. B. Ilarrell, second edition.
The first edition of this favorite song
'has been entirely exhausted, and the
new edition, from new plates, is now
ju3t from the press. The author has
added two new stanzas, of excellent
sentiment, which will greatly increase
the popularity of "Ho! for Carolina.'
The second page contains a history of
the song, giving the date and interest
ing circumstances under which the
wprds and music were written. This
song has never failed to receive hearty
applause whenever snng, whether in
the parlor or on the stage. For school
exhibitions or concerts, or any public
entertainment, nothing is more suita
ble. If rendered with the spirit of the
composition, it will always awaken an
intense enthusiasm throughout the au
dience. The new edition is specially
appropriate to public performances.
Meeting of the School Commissioners.
The graded school commissioners
held a meeting night before last, at
which an organization was had, by-laws
adopted and committees appointed. The
school committee of Charlotte town
ship, acting under the general law, was
invited to meet with the commission
ers on th,e 7th of March for the purpose
of giving such information as they
may have in regard to existing con
tracts, available moneys, etc , to that
the graded school commissioners can
more fully understand the necessities
of the situation. The public perhaps
understands that all arrangements for
city free schools were perfected and
teachers employed before the decision
by the Supreme court established the
graded school, and it is the desire of the
commissioners elected under the act to
merge the free schools into the graded
school with as little disarrangement of
previous contracts as may be possible.
The commissioners decided to receive
applications for the position of super
intendent under the new system, as it
is very desirable to secure some person
eminently qualified to discharge the
duties of the position. Another meet
ing will be held on the 7th of March.
A private letter gives the inform a-
Hon that nn the 1st of March next the
officof the car record and mileage de -
partment of the Richmond and Dan
ville Railroad company will be moved
from Richmond to Charlotte, and con
ductors, agents and yard masters will.
after Monday next, send their reports
to this place. The office is in charge of
Mr. W. A. Moody, who will bring his
full force of clerks with him. It is.also
stated that the management of the At
lanta division of the Air-Line road
have made a division of the mn be
tween Charlotte and Atlanta, so far as
regards freight trains. The new ar
. . . . i .
ms. xne new
into effect perhaps
ranorement Wll go into enect peruapu
to-morrow, and the run will hereafter
' n. i- i i q n aA
return; on the lower end it wm
from Atlanta to Central and return.
There will be fourteen freight engi
neers for each division. The passenger
trains, so far as we are informed, will
remain as heretofore, making the run
through to Atlanta. The practicaniiiiy
of this ch-mge has long been considered,
but never before put into operation,
and we are not advised as U how the
employes regard the change, but it
seems that if a satisfactory tnvisiuu "
be made in the men that the arrange
ment will work advantageously to
John E. Owens, who la
in Charlotte as a comedian of note,
baa abandoned the starring business
and entered into a three-years engage
ment at the Madison Square Theatre,
New York, where he will take the
character of "Old Rogers," in Esmeral
da, a new play in which the Rogers
family are located in North Carolina.
Mr. Owens is 56 years old, and gives as
his reason for leaving the road that he
desires to escape the hard work inci
dental to starring tours. He recently
lost $45,000 in a California mine, but is
still a rich man.
Supposed to be Hydrophobia.
We were yesterday handed a note
written by a gentleman in the country
in which it is stated that a disease has
appeared among the dogs in Morning
Star township which is believed to be
Mr. Hood, a citizen o that town
ship, recently had a number of dogs and
a calf bitten by a strange dog, apparent
ly affected with the disease. The dogs
were immediately killed, and the calf a
few days ago became so furious that it
was necessary to kill it. Capt. Liles'
place was also visited by a dog believed
to have hydrophobia, and all the dogs
belonging to his colored tenants were
bitten, besides several hogs, after which
the supposed rabid dog was pursued
A Bad Case Either Way.
Recently there has been seme com
plaint about The Observer not reach
ing Statesville and points on the West
ern road on reasonable time after pub
lication. We will state that it is fre
quently the case that the North mai1
from Charlotte is behind time, and the
train at Salisbury seldom waits for its
arrival, and in such cases the paper lies
over at that place 24 hours. fhe train
over the A., T. & O. Railroad leaves
Charlotte too late in the day for the pa
per to reach Statesville in time for dis
tribution on the day of publication, so
it will be seen that we are compelled to
take our chances on the North road, for
even with a failure to make connection
at Salisbury the delay will be very little
greater than to send the paper over the
A., T. & O. road.
Close of the Inferior Court.
The Inferior Court continued its ses
8ipn throughout a portion of yesterday f
and after the transaction of the follow
ing business adjourned :
Daniel Mann, indicted for assault
and battery, submitted
John Williams, colored, was convict
ed of larceny and sentenced to a term of
five years in the penitentiary
James Sumner, colored, larceny,
guilty, 12 months in the county jail.
Wiley Rudisill, white, retailing with
out license, two cases, submitted.
The following parties, in addition to
those already mentioned, were sen
tenced to imprisonment for the terms
Jim Hooker, for larceny, six months
in county jail.
George Hilton, colored same offense
eighteen months in county jail.
Charles Bailey, same offense, two
years in penitentiary.
Robt. Bowers, white, same offense
five years in penitentiary.
M.Summerville, colored, same offense
three years in county jail.
Willis and Neptune Saville, two
small colored boys convicted of larceny.
were, in View of their youthfulness, or
dered to be bound out.
When the court met last Monday we
understand there were 200 cases on the
docket, which may be considered a fair
amount of business for one term of the
court. Of the number, all the jail cases
were disposed of, as well as nearly al
of the remainder of any importance.
The case against Martin Orr, for
shooting Sue Adams, was continued on
account of the Adams woman being
unable to appear as a witness.
In the four and a half days session
of the court a large amount of work
has been done, and the docket virtually
The New Apportionment and the Presi
dency. BalUmere Sun.
By the terms of the new law the
electoral college will consist of 401
members, instead of 869, as in the old
college, and a successful candidate
must have 201 votes, instead of the
Dakota is likelv to become a btate
before the next presidential election, in
which ease the college win contain 4u
members and a majority will require
In the elections of the last decade the
sixteen Southern States cast 138 electo
ral votes ; in the next they will cast 153.
Assuming that Dakota will at that
time rank as a State and be Republican
in politics, and that the South will be
"solid" for the Democratic candidate,
just 50 additional electoral votes will
De needed to eiecc;tne .uemocraui; uum
inee. Under the new law New York will
v. o oa vntu and InrliAnn. IK- mabinc
with the Southern vote 204, or a major-
it and one vote to Bpare.
I if either of these two States should
1 go . Republican, the loss i of its votes
Indiana Republican the Democrats
would need Nevada's three votes, New
Jersey's nine and Connecticut's four.
Th imnortance of Ohio's t wen ty-one
votes is evidently not diminished under
the new apportionment.
The main interest of the presidential
oionMnna nf the next decade will, as
hftrfifnfnre. centre in New York, Indi
ana and Ohio.
tj Tf!TTMn?m. Va.. Feb. 24 The Read
jQatercauCus continued in session last
rfieht'Until one o'clock and completed
J nominations for judges oi Supreme
I rVkiirt tt A nnpals. 1j. Li. 1i6W1S OI tD18
nfnimouslv nominated and
V"w Tjaev.0f New Kent, receiv-
te nomination over two opponents
Lewis is a Repuoncan ana unueu
States district attorney for the Eastern
District of Virginia. xieiuu. uiutu
er oi jjieufc-vruveiuui "
The Germ They 8ma.ll Pox,
Thu vaiiM of Darbrs Prophylactle Fluid in de
stroying and counteracting the effects of contagious
diseases can scarcely be estimated, as smallpox
and the llae are caused by certain gems gaining
. i tu hnmi bodr. The Fluid success-
a yum . ' . .
fniiY combats and destroys tne gernw mej
lully develop, thereby divesting thenvor aU power
ham ThnTonBhiv disinfect Tour houses and
every place with thelTlold.
Ccnkling'g Nomination a Suspnse
Will he Accept! -Washington.
Feb. 24.The Senate
to-day confirmed Henry F. Periot, col-
ector of the customs lor tne District oi
Georgetown, D. C
uonfcimg's nomination ior tne su
preme bench was a surprise to every
one at the capitol to-day, except a very
lew senators who baa recently receiv
ed an intimation of it from the Presi
dent, but who kept the secret inviola
bly. It was this afternoon an absorb
ing topic of comment There seems to
be no difference or opinion among bena
tors'as to Conklinsrs eminent fitness for
the position, but in view of his fieclina-
lon of the Chief Justiceship when
offered to him by President Grant some
doubt is expressed by several of his in
timate friends as to whether he will ac
cept the present appointment The
general belief is, however, that he has
accepted it in advance of his nomina
tion. The nomination of ex-Senator Sar
gent to the German Mission was also
unexpected at the capitol. His friends
were taken by surprise as he bad not
sought it or expected any other office
than the Secretaryship of the Interior.
it is understood tnat feargent will ac
cept the place tendered him and is
rather gratified to thus escape from the
storm which has been raging about the
interior Depatment and the hard work
attending upon the position for which
bis nomination was expected.
Kentucky Murderer Pays the Penalty.
Cincinnati. Feb. 24. John Major
Hicks, colored, was hanged at Coving
ton, K.y., to-day. The execution was
the second one ever had in Kenton
county, and was the first quasi private
execution in the State or Jventucky
Father Lambert came to the front and
addressing the 300 spectators admitted
said: Mr. Hicks will say nothing, I
speak for him. He takes his death as
the punishment for his sins. The black
cap was then adjusted, Hicks all tne
Wbile weeping profusely and exclaim
ing, "liod is good ; Oh .Lord, have mer
cy." The trap dropped at 10.15, and the
body was cut down at 10.44. There was
no struggle. He was hung for the mur
der of Henry Murray Williams, at Lud
low, Ky., December 15th, 1880. There
were no witnesses to the crime. The
utterance of Father Lambert on the
scaffold was his only confession.
DECLINE OF MAN.
Impotence of mind limb, or vital function, ner
vous weakness, sexual debility, Ac, eurd by
Wells' Health Benewer. $ 1 at druggists. Depot
j. u. mcAoen, unariotte, in. c.
Washington, Feb. 24 West Gulf
partly cloudy weather, winds mostly
easterly, nearly stationary tempera
ture and pressure.
Fast Gulf fair weather, winds most
ly northeasterly, stationary tempera
ture ana pressure.
Middle and South Atlantic fair
weather, northeasterly winds stationary
temperature, stationary or higher pres
Tennessee and Ohio Valley fair
weather, northwesterly winds, becom
ing variable, stationary or higher tem
perature and pressure.
The unpleasant appearance of even the most
amiable and intelligent face, when covered with
sunace irritations as from tetter, pimples, or
eczema can be dissolved naturally byl)r. Benson's
Skin Cure, an excellent toilet dressing. It cures
dandruff of the scalp.
What Did It.
Memphis, Tenn., April 20, 1881
H. H. Wabneb & Co.: Sirs-I have been a suf
ferer from infancy with a dlsea-e of the kidneys
which yielded neliher to doctors, medicines nor
mineral springs. A few bottles of your Safe Kid.
ney and Liver Cure, however, restored me to per
fect health. gabb s. Booker.
A Lucky Miller who will Grind Sat-
Mr. I. M. Davis, of Morning Sun, was the holder
of ticket Ho. 76,096, the capital prize of January
drawing la the Louisiana etate Lottery. It Is a
severe shock to receive information that $80,000
Is subject to command, fie was arranging his
mill machinery, but It did not tin ierve bim, bow
ever. He took It coolly and made use of the oft
quoted maxim: "Fool for luck," etc. Mr, Davis
Is nftj-two years of age: has been a citizen of the
county forty-one years; has a family wife and six
children and Is a useful and honorable citizen of
his neighborhood. He farms: keeos a small stock
of merchandise, and runs a steam gin and mill at
Morning Sun, Tent.. When asked If he wouia
"grind" Saturday be replied, "as usual." He Is
receiving numerous letters asking loans as high
as S5.U00. Well, old fellow, we never thoi'gbt
when we drank buttermilk (?) out of the same
canteen eighteen jeirs ago with you that such a
fate awaited you.-Mempnl3 (Tenn) Avalanche,
A Cough, Cola or Bore Throat requires Imme
diate attention, as neglect often times results In
some Incurable Lung Disease "Brown's Bron
chial Troches" will almost Invariable give i lief.
IN order to Insure the prompt movements of
local freight from Charlotte the following ruls
will be enforced nn and after this date; Freights
for the Atlantic, Tennessee A Ohio and Richmond
& Danville Baltroaas will not be received for ship
ment after 12 o'clock, but freight for the Char
lotte, Columbia A Augusta and Atlanta & Char
lotte Air Line Railroads will be received up to 4
o'clock p. m. T. T. SMITH,
ieDZo lw Agent.
TO THEE I QIVB HEALTH.
"Excellent Tonic. Alterative and Diuretic"
Medical Association, Lynchburg, Va.
'Used with great nenent in Malaria and Dlnh-
therla." S. F. Dupon, MVD.. Ga.
'Successfully used in dyspepsia, chronic diar
rhoea and scrofula. Prof. S. Jackson, M. D
as a nervous tonic'' Hon. L C.
"Recommended as a propnyiactic hi malarial
districts," D. B, Falrex, M. D., N. O.
"Bestores debilitated systems to health." T. C.
Mercer, M. D.t Ind.
'Adapted in enrome aiarrnoea, scrofula, and
dyspepsia.-" Geo. T. Harrison, M. D., N. Y.
"successrai in aipnmeria ana neuralgia. J. if.
Neese, M. D., N. C.
'Excellent for certain diseases peculiar to wo
men." Prof. J. J. Moorman, M. D., Va.
Prompt in relieving neaaacne, sick ana ner
vous." Kev. js. j. ixxison.
"Used with great Denent in dyspepsia." j. Mc-
Balph, M. D., Pa.
"Suited to bronchitis and diseases of digestive
oreans." J. F. Bougnton, xl v., Ala.
most vaiuaDie remou uwo 101 ienuue dis
eases." Jao. p. Metteaur. M. D., L. L. D. -
"OI great curauve virtue." mos. jr. ttunuoid,
VL v.. Mo.
"Beneficial in utenne derangement and mala
rious conditions. - )&. van, jh.d.. Ohio.
"Charming on tne complexion, making It
smooth, clear, soft and rosy." Miss M., of a C
"The prince of mineral tonics." Francis Gil
liam, M. D., N. C.
"Inestimable as a tome ana alterative. " un-
tar MRhnlre. M. D.. Va.
"Fine appetizer and blood parMer." H. Fisher,
M. D.. Ga. .
"Very beneficial in improving a reduced sys
tem." Bishop Becfcwlth, of Ga,
"Invalids here find welcome and health." Kev.
John Hannon, late of La., now of; Richmond, Va.
"Has real menu" ewuwra aea. journal.
Pnmnhiets free, noon application.
Water. 4 case. Mass and Pills, 25, 50, 75
mnta. ' Sent nost-baid anywhere.
Summer season of Springs begins 1st June. $35
( month. Address .
A. M. DAVTES, Pres't of the Co.,
78 Main St., Lynchburg. Va., P. X Box 174.
WILSON BUB WELL,
J. H. McADKN, and
L. B. WBI3T0N CO,
mar27 Charlotte, N. C
FEBRUARY 1ST, 1882,
OVEBCOAT3 FOB WTNTEB WXAB.
OVERCOATS FOB 8PBING WEAB.
MM MM U U
MUMM U U
M MM M U TJ
M M M U U
M M TJTJ
A. A T.Tir.T. T.T T.T.
-B E S O L D.
A SPECIAL SALE !
For we never carry over from Season to Season
any Garments that can be sold at the proper
time, if a reasonable sacrifice can
accomplish the sale.
IT HAS BEEN A MILD SEASON THUS FAB,
AND WE HAVE A
On hand. If we've erred In Judgment as to quan
tity or styles, NOW IS TEH TIME TO
PEI0E MAKES DIFPEEEUOES.
The Lower the Price the Quicker the Sale.
For three years our policy has been to close each
season's purchase the season bought, enabling
us to open FRESH NEW STOCKS Our
Customers expect, it; the reputation
of our House demands It If you
have not bought it will be
worth your while to look,
for the prices WILL
OUB $27, $28, $39 and $52 8ILK SLEEVE
LINED OVEBCOATS will be sold without
reserve at 820. OUR $22, $24 and
$25 OVERCOATS at $17.50.
OUR $18 and $20 OVERCOATS at $15. This
last includes all of our FINE REVERSIBLE
ULSTERS and ULSTERBTTES.
We have some 25 REVERSIBLE OVERCOATS
In handsome patterns, marked $14, $16
and $17.50, which will be sold at $10.
OUR $10 and $1 2 OVERCOATS will be sold uni
formly at $7.50.
A lot of some 200 OVERCOATS, embracing the
remnants of all lots ranging in
8 77 :
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m ooo oo
, OOqqOO OOqqOO
WILL BE SACRIFICED. T THE
The convenienAprloe for all
oly $5. Toll lot Is an
-A We shall make la this sale the LOWEST
prices we have EVER offered, and when we assert
this we MEAN the LOWEST pilee EVER nade
Orders from a distance are solicited, and
the same advantages LOW piicerwlll be given
aa if porchaslng in pptsod- me opportunity is a
rare one. E. D. LATIA ft BRO.
2 3 3 2 2 3 Sek 3
A.T COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
I FIND I HAVE
TOO IVI1UCEE STOCH
, ON HAND, AND IN ORDER TO REDUCE IT 1 WILL OFFER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
Si, MWSMB9 Tmike Street
Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos
tiveness, Headache. It assists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulatesthe bowels, purines the
blood. A Book sent free. Dr.
Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
FOB SALE BY ALL EKUGGI8TS.
am 18 deod eow ly.
A S Aggie-nee of J. L. Hardin, in bankruptcy,
A will sell at the court house door in Charlotte
on Monday, the 13th day of March, 1882, two
valuable city lots, known as Lots 183 1 and 1 833
In the plan of the city, fronting 99 feet on Tryon
street and running back to College. There is a
comfortable dwelling and outbuildings on said
Terms eash and the balance In 6 months,
at 8 per cent, interest. J. E. BROWN,
Assignee of J. L. Hardin in Bankruptcy.
Aii tne drawings will hereafter be under the
elusive supervision and control of GENERALS G.
T. BEAUREGARD and JUBAL A. EaRLY.
A SPLENDID 0PP0ETUNITY
TO WIN aVORTTJNB THIRD GRAND DISTRI
BUTION, CLASS C, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1882.
142nd MONTHLY DRAWING.
Louisiana Slate Lottery Company.
Incorporated In 1888 for 25 years by the Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital of $1.000 )O0-to which a reserve
fund of 8.150,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise
whs made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d. a D. 1879.
Its GRAND SINGLE iUMBER Drawings will
He place monthly.
(t never scales or postpones. Look at the follow-
1 g distribution:
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
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 $2,500 5,0( '0
5 Prizes of 1.000 fi.oOo
20 Prizes of 600 10,000
J00 Prizes of 100 10.000
200 Prizes of 50 10,000
500 Prizes of 20 1 n.non
1,000 Prizes of 10 10,000
9 Approximation Prizes of $300 $2,700
H Approximation Prizes of 200 1.800
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900
1857 Prizes, amounting to $ 10 40C
Responsible corresponding agents waDted at all
points, to whom liberal compensation will be paid,
cor further Information, write clearly, glvlue full
Address. Send orders by express or Beglstered
Milter, or money uraer Dy uaii, aaaressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orlnanfl. Ln
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
127 La B&lle 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 nf the Public
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.
-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: A
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution Com
pany is legal.
w its drawings are raw.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fund. Read the list of prizes for the
1 Prize, $30,000
1 Prize ; - 5,000
10 Prizes, $1,000 each. 10,000
20 Prize, 500 each 10,000
100 Prizes, 100 each, 10,000
200 Prizes, 50 each 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 each e 12,000
100O Prizes. 10 each, 10.000
S Prizes. S300 each. Approximation Prizes S 2.700
9 Prizes. 200 " " " " 1,800
9 Prizes, 100 " " "900
1,960 Prizes 8112,400
Whole Tickets. $2; Half Tickets, SI ; 27 Tickets,
sou. 00 Tuxeis, 9iuu.
Remit Money or Bank Draft in Leer, or send
by Express. DON'T SENS BY . REGISTERED
LETTER OR POSTOFFICB ORDER. Orders of
$5 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex
pense. Address au orders to
B M. BOARDMAN. CoorieisJournal Build
Louisville, Ky., or 809 Broadway, New York.
FARM FOR SALE.
I Win sell mi farm, containing 127 acres, lying
four myea north of Charlotte, cheap to a bona
nde"pnrchaer. On the premises is a good dwell
ing with five rooms, good well, barn and other out
buildings, and. nme acres in choice fruit trees.
- The land is adapted to cotton; corn, wheat, oats.
fte., and some fine, specimens of gold ore have
been picked op oa it
Apply to meat HuntersvlUe. or to my sons on
8. O. HUNTER.
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
EVERY PAPER WARRANTED
FRESH AND NEW.
R. H. JORDAN & CO.
YOU WltL FIND A FULL STOCK OF
s, Toilet Articles
Also, a fresh supply of
YOURS TRU ..Y,
H. M. Wilder, Ag't,
(Wilson 4 B ack's old stand.)
Corner Trade and College Streets, Charlotte, N. C.
GENUINE SIXI7IONS LIVER REUl
LATOB, OH MEDICINE
Look for clean neat WHITE WRAPPER with
the red symbolic letter stamped upon it in tbe
form of a ribbon gracefully curved Into the letter
Z embracing the emblems of our trade. Spatula,
Monar and Graduate witn tne woras a eiai
MONS' LIVER RKGULATOR or MEDICINK there
on, also observe the signature of J. H. ZEILIN &
CO., In red ink on the side.
TAKE NO OTHER,
Beware of those who know nothing of Medical
Compounds who put out nostrums known to sour,
and being anal zed prove worihles and only made
to fleece tne public, and to pirate on tne wen earn
ed reputation of Zellln & Co's. medicine these
frauds nave no reputation to sustain ana win
cheat you for a few penneys every way ihey can.
See Wbo Endorses tbe Genuine
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens,
Rt. Rev. Jno. W. Beckwlth, Bishop of Ga,
Gen. Jno B. Gordon, U. S. tenator,
Rt Rev. Bishop Pierce,
Hon. Jno. GUI Shorter,
J. Edgar Thompson, .
Hon. B H. Hill.
Hon. J C. Breckinridge,
Prof David Winis, D. D.
Chief Justice Hiram Warner, of Ga.
Lewis Wander, Assistant P. M. Polls., Fa.,
and thousands of others from whom we have let
ters of commendation and recommendation.
It Is eminently a Family Medeclne; and I by be
ing kept ready for immediate resort win save
many an nour 01 suneruiB uiu mou a uuuai
time and doctors' bills.
Dr. Simmons' Liver Regulator,
VAKUf ACTtraiB OXLT BY
M. J3.. ZEILIN & CO.,
Sold by all Respectable Druggists.
LAND FOR SALE
I WILL sen at private sale, the plantation imowr)
as tbe Jos. C. Nicholson place, Ore miles West
from Charlotte, in Berry hill township, containing
58 acres, on terms to suit buyer On the premises
s a good dwelling and other necessary outbuild
ings, including one tenement house.
lebS 2t & J. NICHOLEON.'a
Brandies ail Wines
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