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TTTESPAY, FEB. 23, 1882:
.x LODGE No. 81. A. If. AT M.-BW1"
i-hala -vimi and fourth Monday nights.
' l3TThe churches were well attended
Sunday, ' . ,
tSTCharlotte Chamber of Commerce
will meet Thursday night.
tirCharlotte Lodge Knight Of Py
thias meets to-morrow night. '
SJSS'Sfflr f at Perm's shoe . store this even-
E5r"But one case before the mayor
yesterday morning a drunk and disor
t-The Gounod Club failed tc meet
last night. A meeting will be held to
night at Mrs. Dewey's at 8 o'clock.
tRev. V. T. Waller filled the Tryon
Chablott d d Iounh Friday nights.
me ,TTt COMJtANDABT NO. 2, K. T.-BegUlM
CHABWi flr3t and third Thursdays.
o? Honok. Regular meeting every
-,n prTHXia. Regular meeting nights
KHInnlrd Wednesdays o'clock p. m. atka
ic Temple Hall.
T. O. O. IE1.
CHABWyrra lodo Na 88. Meets every Mou
d MviflisBtma DSCLABATIOH LOME NO. ft-
Dixik Lo0" No- 108.-Meetsrevery Thursday
llgl"' RrvsR Encampmiot No. 21. Meets
Etandthlrd Thursday nights In each month.
Index to New Advertisements.
ni-firollna Railroad Condensed Schedules.
?H l,.(iina Fur Kent
VV V-r!"son-For Bent
Jeare Book Lost. .
'5 SUPERIOR COURT
Opening o the Term YesKerdayMur
der Trial Set for To-Day.
Xhe Superior court for Mecklenburg,
regular term, met in this city yesterday,
Judee J. C. L. Gudfifer presiding.
The following named gentlemen com
pose the grand jury :
S. E. Linton, foreman ; Alfred Child
era, H. D. Smith, C. B. Todd, A. H. Me
Combs, J.D. Watts, J. W. Griffith, L.
Berwanger, R. H. Alexander, S. L.
Hoover, W. M. Herron.-S. A. Jordan, W.
C. Harris, W.B.Soloman, J. M.Grice,
D. A. McCord, A. Campbell, W. M.
His honor's charge to the jury as to
the duties devolving upon it was com-
Street Methodist chureh pulpit Sunday Pjehensive and delivered in i an impres-
. .. I niw-A nnrt lnr.irt mannfir. To Offences
Will There be an Extra Session of the
Special to The Observer. '
Washington, Eeb. 27. Col. Octavius
Coke, of Raleigh, and Gen. W. T. Rob
erts, of Gates county, arrived nere to
day. To-night a conference was had at
Maj.Dowd'sroom,asto advising uov.
Jarvisto call, together the Legislature
I for the purpose of passing an apportion
ment bilL There were present tne gen
tlemen named and Senators Vance and
Ransom and Congressmen Armfield,
Dowd. Vance. Cox, Latham, Shackel-
! ford and Scales. The. conference lasted
three hours and adjourned without re
sult at 11 to-night Another conference
noun kmen Your Hop Bitters have been of
8 I! S ; me. I was laid up with typhoid fever
gral!r o months and could get no relief until
W Z r ' u? Sop Sitters. To those suffering from
h mo r a,.y "one In leeble health, 1 cordially re
coui.nciia w (JS3 Fuiton 8tr6et( Chicago, I1L
The Germ TUeory Small Pax.
...MAf n.irbTS Proohylactlo Fluid In de-
tinHnirthA pffMlinf enntAuloos
jtrnyll g a"0 "'"""""'B -
'TCiJweicanscMCtlybe esUmated. as smallpox
f -.d lbe line are caused by certain germs gaining
f Tolac- in the human body. The Fluid success
fully combats and destroys the germs before they
fully develop, tnereDy aivesuug mem Ul au
to harm. Thoroughly disinfect your houses and
every pUce with the.Fluld.
mmrORD ALUM AND IKON 8PRIS&3 WATER AITO
u-Tho great tonic and alterative contains
Eu much iron and fifty percent, morealum
! than any "alum and Iron mass" known.
7' ?htnK forthe "spring weakness" now so
Sml Sc- W by all druggHts of any standing
Prices reduced one half,
mayll-tf ,m, ,m '
to all who are suffering from the errors and In
discretion of youth, nervous weakness, early decay
osfol manhood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will
r..re vou FKEK of CHAKGE. This great remedy
-Ls discovered ry a missionary In South America.
a jTelf-nddressed envelope the Hit.
j tEPa T. LNMAN, Station D. Mew York Cit-
PEEilATUEK LOSS OF THE HUB
May be entirely prevented by the ur BUS -HETT3COCOAIN8.
No other compound pos
sesses the peculiar p . es hlch so acty
suit the various condl Ons f the human hair. It
softens, the hair when harsh and dry, soothes
the irritated scalp It affords the riches lustre. It
prevents the hair from tailing oft It promotes Its
hearthy, vigorous roth. It is not greasy nor
Bticky. It leave no disagreeable odor. It kills
u-tndraff. , . . .
Hurnett's Flavoring Extracts areknwnto be the
Vt bo is Mrs. WIhsIow t
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 and nurse, principally
among children, bhe 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,
twthinir. It o Derates like made
giving rest and hearth, and is moreover, sure to
regulate the bowels. In consequence of this ar
ticle, Mrs. Winslow is becoming world-renowned
as a benefactor of her race; children t-rtainly do
rise up and bless her; especially is this the case
in this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing Syrup
are dally sold and used here. We think Mrs.
Winslow 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 Ha discharged her duty
to her suffering little one, in our opinion, until she
has given It the benefit of Mrs, Winslow's Soothing
Syrup, Try it, mothers try it now. Ladles' Visi
tor. New York City. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottle.
night and delivered an interesting dis
CPThe Richmond Dispatch says Mr.
J. B. Weisiger, o' .that city, willlea've
there to-day for an extended visit to
JEf"The hour for opening court has
been fixed at 9:30 a. m., and the jury
has been instructed to be present half
an uour later. .
W Charlotte Castle Golden Rule
meets to-night in Masonic Temple.
This will be the last meeting held un
der open charter.
KSTThe Erskine Student is the name
of anew college paper just started at
Due West, S. C the second number of
which has been received at this office.
Amone our visitors yesterday
were Messrs. Douglas, of the Montgom
ery Star, Cowan, of the Anaon Times,
and Rev, Mr. Bynum, late of Winston,
t"The corrected schedule of the
Richmond and Danville road is pub
lished elsewhere this morning. The
changes from the former are very
dpThe dam of the city water works
will undoubtedly soon become ajxpu
lar resort. The mud has prevented
many from going out, but when the
streets get in good condition the num
ber of visitors will be large.
E5TA fair audience greeted Col. Rob
inson's Humpty Dumpty company last
night, and while no special merit canb
claimed for it over other companies, it
gave u fair performance, which was
well received by the audience, home
of the specialties are very good.
Jgp"The court house has a peculiar
fascination for the average colored cit
hir.h is difficult to account for.
A large number congregate about the
temple of justice on each recurring
term of court ai.d watch the proceed
ings with an attention that, indicates
the deepest interest.
Thc young ladies of the Second
Presbyterian church will give a musi
cale at the residence of Mr. D. W. Oates
next Friday night. These entertain
ments have heretofore been a source of
ereat pleasure to those who attended.
and the coming one promises to be
p7 f ROYAL HWB1 Jk NJ
equal, if not superior, toiiny previously
IdThe water works force has com
menced macadamizing the track of the
pipe, and it is the opinion that good
sense was shown in delaying this im
portant work until the mud disappeared.
Had the rock been replaced promptly
much of the work would have been to
do over, for the vehicles crossing the
soft srround would have driven the rock
down so deep that.it wouldnever have
been seen again.
Death of Bishop Lynch.
Right Rev. P. N. Lynch, the Roman
Oathplic Bishop of Charleston, S. C
died in that city Sunday. He had long
1 hAPn a sufferer, but his death was a
shock to his large circle of friends and
acquaintances. lie was well-known in
this city, where his death wiljbe heard
of with sorrow.
sive and lucid manner, to onences
against the common law, such as homi
cide, murdermanslaughter, rape, arson,
burglary, larceny, embezzlement, false
pretence, forgery, &c, due attention
was given and the duties of the jury
In calling attention to the law against
selling spirituous liquors to minors his
honor said perhaps all were more in
terested in this statute than in any
other upon which he had touched ; that
not a citizen in the county desired his
son to -become a drunkard, or wished
his daughter to marry a drunkard ; that
it was the duty of the jury to present
every case coming to their knowledge,
and to use due diligence in the effort to
ascertain whether or not the law is vio
lated ; he also directed special attention
to the statute against selling on bun
day, and dwelt at some length on the
evils arising from these two sources,
urging the execution of the law in every
case which may be discovered. The
attention of the jury was also called to
the condition of the public roads
whether the pverseers kept them up as
required by law and directed that pre
sentments be made in cases of negli
gence. Instructions were given to look
after the orphan children of the county,
both those with and those without
guardians, with a view of the proper
protection of their interests; to the ne
cessity of examining the county build
ings and reporting upon their condi
tion, and to see that a place of safety
be had for the deposit of county records,
&c. His honor quoted the language X)f
the statute making sUnder of women a
misdemeanor, and recommended that
the jury give the matter their special
attention, explaining, however, that the
law was only intended to apply to the
good women of the State those of good
The greater portion of the afternoon
was consumed in going over the docket.
Burwell Johnston, against whom
there is an indictment for larceny, was
called and failed to answer, and judg
ment nisi was entered.
W. C. Hastings, for f osgery, was called
The case of the State against Bob
Jones, negro, moved here from Union
county, was set for 2 o'clock this afternoon.
It la (h. n1rht nf Villi V trt WH.lt Until VOQ &T6
In bed with disease you may not get over for
months, when you can be cured during the early
symptoms by Parker's blnger Tonic. We have
known the sickliest families made the healthiest
by a timely use of this pure medicine. Observer.
FEBRUARY 1ST, 1882.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
FEBBUABY 27, 1882
Wilmington, N. C.-Spirits turpentine quiet at
50c. Rosin firm; strained $ 1.H0; good strained
81 95. Tar firm, at J 1.90. Crude turpentine
steady, at 82.25 lor hard; 83.50 for yellow dip;
82.80 for virgin , interior). Com unchanged; prime
white S2J&83; mixed 17.
Baltimobs Noon Floar quiet; Howard street
and Western super 83 75a$4.76; extra 86.00
85.85; family 88.00$7.00; City Milissuper
K4.00CCSO.0U; extra JOUOUiJO-uo; xuu uiauuo
88.75; Patapsco famtly 88. oO. Wheat Southern
quiet and steady; Western steady; Southern red
81.80S81.83: ambef 81.3581.g8; No. 1 Mary
land 81 3581.SB; No. 2 WesterrTwinter red spot.
southern steady and firm; Western firmer; South
ern wmie to, oouuiem jeuuw do.
Baltmobb Night Oats firmer; Southern 47
Kn. U..UIH ohir, 4R?iKi mtTttd al ftiAidn: Penn
sylvania 47S50. Provisions firm; mess pork
818.2501818,50. BUlK meais snuumers auu cioar
rib sides, packed 7tfea10i4. Bacon -shoulders
SV; clear rib sides Hi; hams 18iA13. Iard
MflnoH 1 014 f!nfTe atAnrlv; Rm CUtflOMOI-
dlnary to fair s9. Sugar- quiet; A soft 9
wni&gey quu, ai oi-i Va- rrejsuu uuu.
Chicago. Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat
quiet and prices Irregular; No. 2 Chicago spring
8125 for cash; Sl-253)81.25 for February;
81.25 for March. Corn -Irregular and fairly ac
tive, at 5810-60 for cash; 68 for February and
March. Ottts quiet, but steady, at 42 A for cash;
401 for February; 40 for March. Barley-dull
and nom inal, at 81 .03 S 1 05. Dressed hogs m
lair demand and market firm, at 87.65fcr87.7o.
Pork in tair demand and prices higher, at 817.00
for cash, February and March. Lard in active
demand and prices have advanced, at 810.50 for
k vahmsi.. unH Vomh Riiilr mpftts falrlv
active and a shade higher, shoulders $6 30; short
rib 89.25; clear $9.40. Whiskey steady, at
mon to fair extra 85.10ffl$&tti; good to choice
extra $6,700)88.00. Wheat iaic higher, un
settled and leverish, closing firm at about the best
rates; No. 2 spring 81.26; ungraded red 81-19-$1.83:
ungraded white Sl.24$1.28; No. 2 red,
Kebruary gl'OUfSOigl.uiw; Jiarcn
$1.82. torn-ffilc higher and closing Ann;
March 6768. Oats-c higher and tairly
active; No. 3. 49; No. 2, February 5050.
Hops duu and unsettled ana weaa; xeamngs
12322. Coffee dull and prices nominally uq-
i a . ni n aim, firm and rmlAt fair in
eood refining quoted at 77ti; refined flrm; yel
low scarce; Standard A 88 1 1-16. Molasses
auiet and firm. Bice unchanged. Bosin-steady
n annam UK. TununMnA R9Ui Wnnl
rf.,n nth.r ananlr. nnnnMUc fleece H4l48: Texas
1430 Pork very dull and a shade lower, at
1K7R: old $17.75$ 8 00; new, March $17. 5o-
v$17.75. Lard-10c higher and fairly active,
and cloMng strong, riiu.cm vs; mareu iu.uwu-
Freigbts to Liiverpcoi maiKei easier.
AT COST !
AT COST. AT
HAYINQ JUST T1KXM
1 KIND I HATE XNTffiELT' - :
T HI TEF 3EE S T H
ON BLAND, AND IN ORDER TO RKDUCS IX I WILL OFFER UNTIL FUBTBJEB NOTICE,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
Wfwtnaneon. Sctb and Stefltctnes.
0VERC0AT3 FOB WINTER WEAR.
OVERCOATS FOB SPRING WEAR.
A I. t
AA L -A
A L L
AAA L L
A. A t.t.T.T. T.T.T.T.
MM MM TI TJ s8Sa TTTT
MMMM U U 2 B T
Only Vegetable Compound that
t : J
acts airecuy upon uic lwtvcr, cuiu.
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun-
dice, ijiliousness, Malaria, aos-
fiveness, Headach'e. It assists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purines the
blood. A book sent iree. ur.
Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
FOR BALE BY Alii VUUUIB IB.
amis deod eow ly.
Brandies and Wines
MMMM U TJ DSS
M M M U U B a
1 r -. TTTT DOfiO
Jxl EtL JU JJ u
B E SOL D.
A SPECIAL SALE !
A POSITIVE 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.
dllng lie good ordinary lUt4c; net receipts
I 1171. irmil ! fl 'O: Stock 70.224. -
worts coastwise 1.368; to Great Britain - ; to
contiuent ; to France ; to. channel
NoBFOLX-Finn; middUng lltfec; net recelou
140 ; Htock 42,288; exports ootr-
393; sales 867; exports to Great Britain
: to continent
Baltimore -Steady, middling llc; low mid
dling 1 1 is; good ordinary 10; net receipts 74;
ross 523, saies ouu "c oo.uio,
ooaiwiBj i spinners 310; exports to Great
UrUatn , to continent 342.
Boston -Dull , middling llc; low mlddimi!
llUhc; irood ordinary lOVso; net receipts ow;
Attempt to Rob a Store.
Yesterday morning, between three
and four o'clock; a thief attempted to
hrpafe into t.hfi errocerv store of Mr. L. A.
- I -ra. r r. dot.
Misenheimer, on Tryon street, and bu fw-.w.
for the fact that a clerk who sleeps in Wilmington Firm , middling llc
thn arnr was aroused bv the noise the
thief would no doubt have succeeded
in his undertaking. The look and all
j the other fastenings were broken, with
the exception of a cross-bar, and one 01
the staples holding this in position was
forced nearly out when the thiet was
frightened away. A large wood file
was used in the attempt to lorce open
i the door, and this was found yesterday
morning lying near tne DroKen uuui.
Later in the day it was learned that
the file had been stolen from Mr. Rooke's
shop on Saturday night, the thief hav-
ing broken a winaow m uiuei w
IT HAS .BEEN A MILD SEASON THU3 FAB,
AND WE HAVE A
m a i..im,aa nf T T. uoNiiruin nn n irrnnrnv
will sell at the court house oor In Charlotte
on Monday, the lain oay oi jnarca, moa, vw
,i..nkln h,tnt. nnamasT nta DtHI And lXIlH
in the plan of the city, fronting 99 feet on Tryon
street and running back to College There Is a
comrortaDie aweumg ana ouiiuiuiuiugs uu suu
tpttos ih eash and the balance in 6 months,
at 8 per cent, Interest. J. E. BROWN,
Assignee oi j. ju. naruiu in oauiuytvj.
R. H. JORDAN 6: CO.
from the chair-
to turn over to
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economica
tb:u the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weluin, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only. In
cans- KOYAL BAKING POWDEB CO.,
nov-2.1 New York.
LeHoy Datdson. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
AfelX Room House and Base
ment, five minutes walk of
tbe square. Apply to
i. h. McGinn, '
At Pegram & Co's.
A GOOD Dwelling, convenient to busi
ness, containing seven rooms, on
Trjoo street, will be rented cheap for the
Pllrmnt Tno 4Vr V In 4a a tfiVMl faltsMft
u. e,)od warden, eood well of water, stable ana
ottitr necessary outhouses. Possession fcivea lm
mea.ately. App.t to y piBKTNSON, .
At B. Nichols' Furniture Store.
ON the freight train between Monroe and Char
lotte, Friday afternoon. February 24tn. a
measure book: with the names of several parues
In Lumberton. Laurinburg. Wadesboro, C Own-
rs mma not in it. The finder will be liberally re
garded by sending same to Central hotel. Char
lotte. fth28 lt
Hone to the Factory.
served with an order
man of the board of
sinners reauirine him
Mr. R. Y. McAden the following pns
convicted by the Inferior Court
last week: M. Sum merville, Geo. Hil
ton. Jim Rudisill, West Stewart, and
Jim Hooker. v The prisoners are all ne-
rrrfts .nn whom sentences ranging irom
six months to three years were passed.
Mr. McAden will use them at his new
factory on the Catawba river.
Cutting Scrape in Monroe.
A gentleman who was in Monroe last
Sfturday informs us that a serious cut
ting scrape occurred there on that day,
in which a negro had his arm cut open
from the point of his shoulder to near
the elbow, the wound being quite deep
and severe. The name of the negro
could not be ascertained, 'but the cut
ting was done by a white man from
Chesterfield county, South Carolina,
who, our informant says, was drunk at
the time. The name of the party using
the knife is said to be Phillips, who,im
mediately after the occurrence, mount
ed his horse and escaped. From what
can be learned it seems the assault was
unprovoked, as the negro only laughed
at Phillips, who became angereu uuu
cut him. :
A Compliment Worthily Bestowed.
Capt J. J. Gormley, formerly Super
intendent of the Atlantic, Tennessee
and Ohio Railroad, has been appointed
I supervisor olthe Charlotte business oi
the Associated Railways, xms ij u
position which has grown out of the
demands of the company a uuoiu
I at this point, and in making the ap
pointment the companxhas secured me
services of a gentleman who is in every
way well qualified to nil tne posiwou,
and who, we have no aouot,. win givo
satisfaction alike to his superiors and
it. vii, fanf f Jrrmlev lias, in ma
To Perfect the Sunday School Work.
The State Sunday School convention,
which met in Raleigh last week, after
considering various plans for advancing
and perfecting the Sunday School work
in the State, unanimously adopted the
following report of a committee ap
pointed to submit some method to ac
complish the end desired :
That the State be diviaea into ais
tiicts of about five counties each, and
that the executive committee add to
their number a person in each district,
who-shall have as his work the organi
zing of the committees of his district,
and who shall appoint a secretary m
each county where no organization has
yet taken place. That the executive
committee be directed to make a thor-
V. n.n4-iafinll MnVflSS Of the htat6.
and be directed to correspond with the
secretary of the International Sunday
School Convention. That the execu
tive committee call for collections dur
ing the month of May from each Sun
day School in the State, for the use of
the executive committee. That the ex
ecutive committee appoint pastors or
tne various ueuuiumawuuo w -
through the press the nature and ad
vantages of this organization. That
th.oMinn nf t.hfl last convention, held
at Salem, in designatug the Rev. Dr.
Pritchard, Rev. L. W. Crawford and
Rev. Jethro Rumple, to present the
cause to the various religious denomi
nations is hereby approved and rene w
ed. That the recommendation of the
School Union, of spe
cial days of prayer for Sunday Schools,
be carried out in this State.
Aesthetic Address to the Animals.
(After Oscar Wilde.)
BY A LXOAL BOAKD.
i Oh! radiantly, glorious somnolent ass
Oh I wiiaiy oeauuiui, yuucmw
I sit me down and awfully gas,
Oh! onsumately lovely, utterly tc
The elephant tlmjdly, silly drank
Of the limpldly, mlngllngly waterous b.ue,
And his cunningly, f unnlngly eye-lid wank.
Ohi consumately lovely, utterly too.
The wonderously, awfully Lion sang
" TOSKSfSr. mnstagly, ponderous coo,
A the mosaulto-bug sharpened his little stang,
Ohi fwK&inovelyJutterly too.
iin. Mt ik-ikr: mod ord'r 10 i 16c: rec'pis 247:
.jroa : 8aies ; stock 7,829; exports
ooafwlse ; to Great Britain ; to
Philadelphia Firm; middling ll'&c; low
middling HAc; nood ordinary 1014: net rerMilptc
. . .... a I a.t.i .ntnnMrn ' tneH
17,166; exports Great Britain 1,600; to continent
Savannah Quiet ; middling 11 5-16c; low mid
dling lOtic; good ordinary 9c; net receipts
1 407; gross 17491; sales 3,600; stock 71.046;
exports coastwise 2.006; to Great Britain ;
to France : to continent 4,808.
Nkw Oblsans - Firm; middling lUfcc; loyv
midol.ng lllc; ood ordinary 10c; net .receipts
8 429; gross 8,634; sales 11,500; stock 365,764;
Sports to Great Britain ; to France ;
coastwise ; to continent 1,820.
M bilk Firm ; middling llc; low mlddllru
.... nMinn IftlAft; net reCAiDtS v4h:
1 1; . euvu WW 111.. J . VT. - " .
. . galea 500: stock 32.924r extorts
Snaat fl6fl: France ; to Great Britain
to continent .
MKMPma-Flrm: middling llc; low mid
dling He; good ordinary 104c; net receiDts 641 ;
gross 644; snlpmenU 1.9V4; sales 3,750; stock
Augusta Steady; middling He; low mid
dling I0c; good ordinary 10c; receipts 158;
shipments ; sales 204
Chablkstos Firm; middling llc; low
midillng llifec; good ordinary ,10c; net ffoeirK,!
862: gross sales 500; stock 61,020:
exports coastwise 1,130: to Great Britain ;
tn mntinent : to France : to channel
Nsvf York-Quiet; sales : middling uplands
11 10-16c; mlddiiog Orleans 11 15-1 6c: consoli
dated net receipts 10,986; exports to Great Britain
11,714: to France ; to continent s.lod; to
LTviRFOQL Noon Firmer; middling up
lands 6W; middling Orleans 6 1 1-I6d; sales
12,000; speculation an export ouu; rawiyi
19.400: American 10,600. Uplands low middling
5lauseV February delivery 635 64d; February and
March 6 85-64d; March and April 6 85-B4d; Aprl
and May 6d; May and June 6 4R-64dffi6 1116d;
June and July 6 25-32d654d; July and August
6S3-64d; August and September 6 53 64dS
6 13-1 6d. Futures quiet.
On hand. If we've erred In Judgment as to quan
tity or styles, NOW 13 THE TIME TO
PEIOE MAKES DIFPEEEUOES.
The Lower the Price the Quicker the Sale.
All the drawings will hereafter be under the ex
clusive supervision and control of -GENEBAL9 G.
T. BEAUREGARD and JUBAL A. EABLT.
A SPLENDID OPPOETUKITY
TO WIN A FOBTUNB THIRD GRAND DISTRI
BUTION, CLASS C, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1882.
142nd MONTHLY DBA WIN
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated In 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
Willi a IXVlUil Ul 91,UIAUUV w niixvu a icjoi ? o
hinl rf tc,cn nafi Vina c!r.rA Wn mid
I T3it on nnAvarhatmlnn ru-inillfiV VftTA ita fT9T1ftl1aA
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted tiecemoer au. a. v. io iv.
Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings Will
It never scales or postpones. Look at the foUow-
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100.000 Tickets at Two Dollars- Each. Half
Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize $30,000
1 Capital Prize... 10,000
1 for.irnl IMva K OTtTi
2 Prizes of $2,500 5,000
t) razes oi i.uuu o.uuu
20 Prizes of 500 10.000
100 Prizes of 100 10 000
200 Prizes of 50 10.000
500 Prizes of 20 10,000
1,000 Prizes of 10 10,000
EVERY PAPER WARRANTED
FKESlt AND NEW,
R. H. JORDAN & CO
YOU WILL F'ND A FULL.STOCK OF
Ghemicils, Toilet Articles
Also, a fresh supply of
For three years our policy has been to close each
season's purchase the season bought, enaDiing
us to open FRESH NEW 8TOCKS- 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
0 Approximation Prizes of $300
H Approximation Prizes of 200
9 Approximation Prizes of 100
OUR $27, $28, $36 and $32 SILK SLEEVE
LINED OVERCOATS will, be sold witnoui
reserve at $20. OUR $22. $24 and
$25 OVERCOATS at $17.50.
1857 Frizes, amounting to $1 10.40C
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
rtlnta frt nttiiun UKaral itATnrtfnsatlnTI w'.M hA nAlri.
Fumio, iw nuviu ituv.u. vvu. ,j - - - r-
rn furfha. InffimmiHnR vorttA ftlanrlv tlvlnflf full
saoress. oena oraers uy exyress oi ivcbisicicu
Le'tter, or Money Order by mail, addressed only to
New Orleans, La.
or M. A. D UTPHIN,
127 La Salle Street, Chicago, Els.,
The New York office Is removed to Chicago.
N. B. Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
H. M. Wilder, Ag't,
(Wilson & B'ack's old stand )
orner Trade and College. Streets, Charlotte, N. C.
The particular attention of the Public
Nkw Yobk-Net receipts 717; ss 234.
Futures closed barely steady; sales 162,000 bales.
JUiy....i ... .-a.
Augastv::. - 5,7,4
OUB $18 and $20 OVERCOATS at $15. This
last includes all of our FINE bevjsu31jbi.js
ULSTERS and ULSTERETTES.
We have some 25 REVERSIBLE OVERCOATS
in handsome patterns, marked $14, $16
and $ 17.50, which wlil be sold at $10.
OUR $10 and $12 OVERCOATS will be sold uni
formly at $7.50.
A lot of some 200 OVERCOATS, embracing the
remnants of all lots ranging In
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 ana paia.
-POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE
HOW TO TELL
Sample box, 85 different styles of Terry's
Pens sent for trial by xasil, on receipt cf 25 cent.
Ivison, Blakemani Taylor Co.,
NEW YOBK .
. . . i.i.idk mmitf hv mnlttDli
the public. Capt.Uormiey na, in u u wpo -fiFSS Ihmrto diminish
service o the AtlanUc, Tennessee and flflahwv7 cold i Bull's cough
nut xt n nri" demonstratea uis capa- syrup.
bllities in railroad affairs, and we are
of opinion that in his new position, he
wilt discharge accepiamy iu f-
Goveroments siruug b
Four and a half per cents, . .........
Four per cents
i Kbondsduli and IrreguVar:.":.:
STOCTS-Flnn and higher:
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5
Alabama Class A, small
Alabama Class B, 5's
AJabama-ClassC 4 ....
UDlCagP HUU Aiwwnv" -
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
East Tennessee. '
Louisville and Nashville
Memphis and Chariston
Nashville and Chattanooga
New York Central
Pittsburg. - -
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danvuie...
Bok lsl9. r-v-JV' '
Wabash, St. jjoma a, i"1" i:;;
Wabash; St Louis 4 Pacific preferred
i taut duties devolving upon him.
ni odd that frost Wlls Zellew f?
check small .POK.we "uow. v"-?'Sr "
makes vt tw
LEB3 MOSQUITOES. f-
i ka box of "Bough on Bate" will keep s house
tire season. Druggist?.
. w v KAPfl Throat reaulres lmae
a ofteh times results in
. Mi T.nmr Disease. "Brown's Bfon-
chtol TrocheB" will almost Invariable give rellel.
fTbat Did It.
Hxmns, Tena., April 20, 1831.
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WILL BE SACBIFICEDiAT THB
The convenient price for all
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CITY COTTON HABXXT.
OiHCS of Thk Obskbtkb.
. ChabIiOTTK, February 28, 1882. f
Th market jesterdw elosed jlull at the f ol-
Oood Middling.. iiJS
Strict low mlddlir g.. .
Eales yesterday 132 bales.
kbt We shall make la tils sale the LOWEST
prices we have EVER offered, and when we assert
this we MIAN JWTLOWIST prices EVER made
by anybody -w-STdeirffrora
a distance are solldtsd, and
the same adtahtages LOW f ilces will be grvem
as If purchasing' In person. Ike opportunity Is a
rare one. ID. L1TTA ft BBO.
In Ibe City of Louisville, on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 1882.
These drawings occur monthly (Sundays except
un nnHai- nmwiainnfl of an Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Court on March 81,
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution com
pany la legal.
The Company nas now on hand a large reserve
fond. Bead the list 01 prizes ior tne
1 Prize...... -. W0.000
1 rnve,. - .n'iwi
10 Prizes, ll,uou eacn
20 Prizes, 500 each, i99S.
100 Wzes, IOO each,... -. lug
IIMHI fTlZeSt LJ QCHU.. .. a ........
5 m2XZ"'-'',' u m Tnn
M razes, aw u "Xx
Q Prima. IOO " " " 900
1.A60 Prizes...... .,. $112400
Whole Tickets. $2; Half Tickets, SH27 Tickets,
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, ojsend
by Repress. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
VnunVo no vnaTTtinrTi-ni rvRTVJTR Orders of
$6 and upward, by Express, can be sent at oar ex
pense. Aaaress au uruera w
, B. M. BOARDMAN, coorieNournai noun
. Louisville, Ky or 809 Broadway New York.
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FARM FOR SALE.
I Will sell my farm, containing 127 acres, lying
four miles north of Charlotte, cheap to s bona
m ..knaA rtn tYt immlllM la a ffTWI dWRll-
I mg with rive rooms, good well, bam and other out-
hQiiaings, ana gun acrca ui cuuico uuu uw.
The land i adapted to cotton, corn, wheat, oats,
0., and some line, specimens of gold ore nave
peen ptcaea uvsm u.
OEIVUINE SIMOTONS LIVEB BEl-
L&TOB, OR 1TIEDICI1HE.
the red symbolic letter stamped upon It in the.
IOrm OI a nDDOU kiocoiuu buicu uiw mo remi
Z embracing the emblems of our trade, Spatula.
Mortar and Graduate with the words A, Q. SIM
MONS LIVEB REGULATOR or MEDICINE there
on, also observe tne signature 01 j. h. zulu. -
1 . . . . . . . . . . , 1 .j n
UU., in rea lm uu me biuo.
TAKE NO OTHER
Beware of those who know nothing of Medical
Compounds who put out nostrums known to sour,
and being analyzed prove worthless and only made
to fleece the public, and to pirate on the well earn
ed reputation of Zellin & Co's. medicine these
frauds have no reputation to sustain and will
cheat you for a few penneys every way they can.
See Who Endorses the Genuine.
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens,
RL Rev. Jno. W. Beckwith, Bishop of Ga.,
Gen. Jno B. Gordon, TJ. S. tenator,
nu oev. oisuuy xiciur,
Hon. Jno. Gill Shoiter,
J. Edgar Thompson,
Hon. B. H. Hill.
Hon. J. C. Breckinridge,
Prof. David Wlltls, D. D.
Chief Justice Hiram Warner, of Ga.
Lewis Wunder, Assistant P. M. Phlla., Ps.,
and thousands of others from whom we have let
ters of commendation and recommendation.
It is eminently a Family Medeclne; and by be-
1 . Ktomt will save
many an hour of suffering and many a dollar in
time and doctors' bills.
Dr. Simmons' Liver Regulator,
KAimrAcnmxD oslt bt
JT. H. ZEIltllf tc CO..
Sold by all Respectable Druggists.
AnnivtrnnaatHunteravllIe. or to my sons on
tne nianraaonvca . v.
' dec30w4m v
LAND FOR SALE.
I WILL sell at private sale,the Piananon iduwu
as the Jos. C Nicholson place,
fromCbariooe, m pe,J"K,Z.
68 acres, on terms u mfypj. .ry.y
a Kooa aweiung a
. IDCluqillK ww . ,r , oft-,
i iect aeatui