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""WB DNESD AY, MARCH 1.J882.
Hbaiahx Lodss No. 81, 1.41 M. Regular
meeting every second and fourth Monday nights. -
EICXLSIOB Lodg No. 261, i.T.41 M. Reg
ular meeting every first and third Tuesday nighU.
Chablottb Chaftkb Na 89. B. A. M. Regular
meeting every second and fourth Friday nigh to.
CHAKLOTTS COJOtUTDABT Na 2, K. T. Regular
meeting every first and third Thursdays.
ZEC- OP H.
KNI9HT8 of Honok. Regular meeting even
second and fourth Thursdays.
IEC- OIF IP
Knights or Pythias. Regular meeting nights
first and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock p. m. atMa
goulc Temple Hall.
Charlotte Lodss Na 88.-Meets every Mon
MSCKXXKBUHS DECLARATION LODSI Na tt.
Meeu every Tuesday night.
Dixa Lodg No. 108. Meete'every Thursday
Catawba Rrvmt Encampkknt Na 21. Meets
irst and third Thursday nights In each month.
Index to New Advertisements.
Dr. Bens on's skin Cure, &s
Common wealth Distribution
D V. Hutchison Notice. K. of P.
The Germ Theory nd Small Pox.
The value of Darby Prophylactic Fluid In de
stroying and counteracting the eff ee sof contagious
disease can scarcely be estimated, as smallpox
and the Use are caused by certain germs gaining
a place In the human body. The Fluid success
fully comba's and destroys the germs before they
fully develop, thereby divesting them of all power
to harm. Thoroughly disinfect your houses and
every place with thejFluid.
BKUFORD ALUM AND 1BOH 8PRIHGB WATXB AKD
Mass. The great tonic and alterative contains
lwlce as much Iron and fifty per cent, mora alum
tnum than any "alum and iron mass" known,
just the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
general. Sold by all druggists of any standing.
Prices reduced one half,
mayl 1 tf
A CARD. ,
To all who are suffering from the errors and In
discretion of youth, nervous weakness, early decay
039 of manhood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will
cure you, FREE of CHARGE. - This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary In South America.
Bend a self-addressed envelope to the Rxv.
JOSEPH T. IN MAN, Station D, New York City.
PREMATURE LOSS OF THE HAIR
May be entirely prevented by the of BUR
NKTT'S COCOAINR. No other compound pos
sesses the peculiar p es hlch so ecty
stilt the various condl ons f the human hair. It
softens the hair when harsh and 'dry. soothes
th.i irritated scalp It affords the riches lustre. It
prevents th9 hair from falling off. It promotes its
Healthy, vleorous roth. It Is not greasy nor
sticky. It leave no disagreeable odor. It kills
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts areknwn to be the
Who Is Mrs. Wlnslow 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. She 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
Hre dally 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. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup. Try it, mothers try it now. Ladles' Visi
tor. New York City. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottle.
Tbls powder never varies. A marvel of purity
sueogth and whoiesomeness. More economic
than the ordinary binds, and cannot be sold in
competition wlrh the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or n hosphate powders. Sold only in
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iwv23 New York.
Leftoy Da. d wn. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
THERE will be a
meeting of Char
lotte Lodge, No. 17.
Knights of Pythias
this evening at seven
o'clock, sharp, at the
Odd Fellows' Hall,
over Kyle & Ham
will come before the
Lodge, and every
member Is earnestly
requeoted to attend.
of the C C,
D. P. HtJTCHISOK,
K. B. 4 8.
V OU are herehv notified to attend a
mectlneof vour comoanv this (Wednesday)
evening, at 7Vj o'clock. A full attendance is a
sired. By order,
W, J. Habmsqw, President,
A MX Room House and Base
ment, five minutes walk of
the square. 'Apply to
I H. McGINN.
At Pegram A Go's.
A GOOD Dwelling, convenient to busi
ness, containing uMKn mnma. nn
Jryou street, mhl be rented cheap for the
current year. On th mt t a mod kitch
en, good garden, eood wall of water, stable and
!?S.r.,?5ce88?r outhouses. Possession given lm
ucuuuu;, A.PDIT U ..-
M. V. PIBKIN30N.
febS2t tRNtehols' Fumituie Store.
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I0R HIS LIFE.
ROBERT JONES PLACED UPON
TRIAL FOR KILLING SPENCER
Opening; of the Case Yesterday Synop
sis of the Testimony Against the Ac
cusedLarge Number of Witnesses to
Robert Jones, colored, was yesterday
at half-past two o'clock placed on trial
for hl life, in the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg, for killing Spencer Phil
lips, white, in the town Of Monroe, N.
0., on the night of the 23d September,
1880. The defendant is apparently 30
or 35 years of age. a f tili-blood negro,
over six feet high, muscular and well
built, and has an intelligent but sullen
look, caused in part by the prominence
of his chin and lower lip.
Ine case was moved to this county
at the fall term of Union court for 1880,
on the affidavit of the defendant.
The defense is conducted by Messrs.
Covington and Adans, while Major
Montgomery, our solicitor, is prosecut
ing without assistance.
The, solicitor announced himself
ready to go to trial immediately after
the meeting of the court, and counsel
for the defendant stated that several of
their witnesses were absent, but as
they hajd not been subpoenaed, they
would not urge a continuance on this
The regular panel was taken up and
five jurors obtained, after which a spe
cial venire of fifty was drawn on for
the remainder. Out of 24 challenges
and objections the State scored one,
while 23 stood aside, by request of the
The following gentlemen compose
the jury : R. M. Ransom, J. W. Swear
ingin, J. F. Johnston, B. F. Brown, R.
B. Alexander, B. P. Boyd, G. J.Wil
liams, Charles Torrence, A. 6. Trotter,
W. A. Berryhill, W. R. Jones, and A.
The bill of indictment charges that
on the night mentioned Robert Jones
shot Spencer Phillips with a pistol, the
ball entering his left breast, producing
a wound half an inch in width and six
inches deep, from which death resulted
The State so far has had sworn
twelve witnesses, while the defense has
six. Three for the State are colored.
while two of those for the defense are
colored. The case may be stated to be
about as follows: On the 23rd of Sep
tember, 1830, Speucer Phillips, the de
ceased, Robert Jones, the defendant, to
gether withtseveral other parties from
South Carolina, went to Monroe with
wagons, where a portion of them took
up camp in Stewart's lot; a difficulty
occurred between Phillips and the de
fendant near midnight, and Phillips
was shot by Jones, as is alleged, from
the effect of which he died in a few
minutes after receiving the wound
The first witness introduced by the
State was Mr. Levi Blackwell. Hbe
witness, Mr. BirJ. and the deceased
drove into Stewart's lot about dark on
the evening of the homicide; half an
hour later Robert Jones and Charles
Jones, the defendant's father, drove into
the same lot. After spending some lit
tle time there the defendant left, re
turning about 11 p. m., . when he asked
for something good to eat. - No answer
was 'given until defendant asked de
ceased directly, when the latter replied
that it was customary for people to
carry their own provision, but if he
had any bread with the bran baked in
it that he would give him some. De
fendant retorted that he "had a d d
sight better than that" himself. Where
upon the deceased and defendant began
quarreling. Deceased rose from his
seat, when defendant drew his pistol,
but was taken away by his father. The
defendant soon returned to the lot and
was taken a way for the second time by
his father. lie again returned, this
time going to his wagon and getting
some bedding out, which he threw
down at the fire, near deceased, and sat
down upon it. Deceased asked him if
he had come back to apologize, and told
him that he (Phillips) intended to law
him for drawing a pistol on him. Jones
denied having drawn a pistol, and
called deceased a d d liar, whereupon
he latter pulled off his coat and of
fered to fight the defendant a fair fight
without weapons. Chas. Jones, the
father of the defendant, started away
with him again.the deceased following,
saying he would fight him a fair fight.
When some ten yards from the fire
witness heard two reports of a pistol in
rapid succession, and heard deceased
sav he was shot. Witness went for a
doctor, and on returning about fifteen
minutes later found Phillips dead. Wit
ness supposed the parties to have been
four or five steps apart at the time of
On the cross-examination witness
testified to being able to distinguish the
parties on aecount of Phillips having
his coat off; could not tell exactly how
far apart the parties were when the
shots were fired, finally saying he did
not know ; did not see a pole or any
thine else in the hands of deceased
when he followed the defendant; that
defendant's father took him away at
once when deceased offered to fight
him: that defendant had asked for
something to eat fn a polite and peace
able manner ; that after the first quarrel
defendant asked that as the affair was
begun in fun to let it end in fun, and
offered the party liquor, wnicn was
passed around ; that deceased, when he
started after the defendant, asked wit
ness to lend him a pistol, but witness
did nothave one ; witness was not drunk
that night, but took pne or two drinks,
Re-direct Defendant drew his pistol
before leaving the fire the last time,
and fired when 12 or 14 yards distant;
deceased had nothing in his hands
when he left the fire, and did not stoop
down to pick anything up while follow
In reply to a question by the defense
the witness stated that a piece of wood
where the ; shoot-
uau .. . - .
1 nr occurred.
Tir.MoTitffomery. the physician who
made an examination of the body of the
deceased, was' introduced and testified
w Ufa m ATtinct when' lie reached
Wui v. which was between 12 and
v. ftiit fhft ball had entered be
tween the foiitVlfthf ribs ; had
probed to a depth of four or five inches,
and through the Iring, put had failed to
find the ball; that the fwound was the
cause of death-. ;-
Cross-examined TW ball ranged up
wards, entered within half an inch of
the left nipple ; the poi to which the
wound was probed was. perhaps fohr
inches higher than the po$nt of entrance,
and that the ball, had it igone through,
would likely have comei out at the
ne;k; did not know the size of the ball
by calibre, but it was about the size of
an ordinary buckshot
Mr. J. A. Bird, the third witness, was
in Monroe at the time of the shooting,
having driven into the camping lot
with the deceased andMr. Blackwell on
the evening of the homicide. Had not
been there long when defendant and his
crowd drove in. This witness testified
substantially to the same facts concern
ing tne origin or tne aimcuity as were
given ny uiackweil; aid not. see any
thing in the hands of deceased when he
followed defendant deceased had a knife
bdt did hot have it out when defend
ant was present. Heard the report of
the pistol, and deceased exclaim, "He
has shot me, and shot to kill ;" deceased
walked three or four steps towards the
fire, fell, and died in a few minutes;
Cross-examined Did not remember
having invited defendant to camp in
the lot, but may have done so ; defend
ant furnished a . part of the wood
to maxe tne camp nre. ana no
body objected to his occupying the lot,
and no unpleasant words had passed
between the parties .until after defend'
ant had left the lot and returned ; wit
ness did not hear deceased swear; did
not see him get an axe, or hear him ask
Blackwell for a pistol ; deceased drew
his knife and flourished it around,
threatening to cut defendant if he came
back again ; saw the knif in his hand,
but didn't know wehther he put ,it up
or not before he followed defendant;
might have had it in his hand or sleeve ;
only saw the defendant's pistol at the
beginning of the difficulty; deceased
stepped across the fire to follow defend
ant, and moved off with the apparent
ntentlon of overtaking him; did not
see him pick upany thing after leaving
the fire ; deceased fell within eight or
ten steps of the pavement after being
shot; a piece of rail three feet long and
a pine pole were found the next morn
ing near where the shooting occurred
Michael Johnston was next introduced
by the State. Lives in Lancaster, S. C,
was in Monroe on the night of the
Shooting; defendant, with his father
and John Horton, Yisited the camp fire
of witness On the night in question ; the
ather of defendant was trying to in
duce him to not go back to where de
ceased was ; that the defendant said to
his father that it was "not worth while
to say anything, for he would kill the
d ;" that he told his father to remain
where he was, as he would shortly re
Cross-examined Heard the pistol
shots shortly after defendant left his
fire ; thought the affair occurred in 0
tober or November, 1880; was in Mon
roe the day after the homicide, .but did
not testify before the coroner; was not
subpoenaed as a witness in the case un
til August, 1881.
John Horton, colored, the uex wit
ness, was in Monroe with Mr. Johnston
at the time of the killing; saw defen
dant at Johnston's camp fire that night;
he and his father came together; his
father told him he didn't want him to
get into a scrape ; witness gave defen
dant his supper, and heard him threaten
to "kill the d ; he shouldn't talk to
him that way ;" he told his father and
the witness to remain where they were,
but defendant's father followed after
him, and witness shortly afterwards
heard the reports df the pistol.
Cross-examined The shots were fired
in quick succession ; heard the conver
sation between Johnston, the defen
dantv and his father; testified in the
case at Monroe, but did not say any
thine about hearing threats at his
former examination ; saw deceased f ol
lowine the defendant with a piece of
Re-direct Deceased had the rail
when the difficulty first commenced.
This was the last witness examined
yesterday. Seven more for the State re
main to be examined, after which those
for the defense will be heard. The
court, at a late hour yesterday evening,
adjourned until this morning at 9
last of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the post
office, at Charlotte, N. C, Feb. 13th :
T J Alexander, Miss JaneAlexander,
Louis Abernathy, Amanda Alexander,
Bessie Alexander, W C Barbara,
Stephen Bortter, Milas Bureb, Mary
Burd, Molly Boyd, Laura Bost (2), J K
Bird, Ellen Bartley, A W Barksdale, A
Boyd, Wm Clark, M P Carlton, Rebecca
Ann Chavis. Jas F Caldwell Hattie E
Carr, Elvira Cherry, Mrs Augustus Can
dia, RE Downs, Mary Ann Davidson
Dr Henry Darling, J W Edwards, Lee
Erwin, Mrs Kate Flemming, Isaac A
Frazier, J A Grey, Marcellus Goumph,
Tim Gaither, Harriet Grammon, Wm
Homer. W H Henderson, Sarah Har-
grave,Rufus Hambright,R S Hanks,
Maria Hunter, J R Hutchinson, Isiah
E Hardie, J W Hall, C W Harrison,
Rubin Johnston, Mollie A Jones, W M
Keener, T W Kendall, W L McBryde,
Miss Sarah McLean, Miss Mollie
Lemon, Miss Mary Leach, J T Moore,
Miss Olive Moore, Miss Ida Moore, Miss
Mollie McLean, Rev J E McNeil, H A
Maner, ElsieMatton, Fannie McNiglrt
A C McMahan, Charlie McDowell, A T
McCallum, Peter Osborn, Hattie Potts,
Rose Rigens, Mrs M M Ray. Solomon
Sifford.R K Sturgeon, Miss Hannah
Smith, Miss Lina Scott, William Thom
as. James Stuart Trotter, Lizzie Tor
rence. Mrs V Wallis. Martha Wallis, J
K West- George Warsnon.
when callin? for any of the above
please say advertised.
v WW Jenkins.
What Did lU
Mmpebs. Texm-i April 20, 1881
it ,..,. jfcv , Rtr I have been a sot-
fmr tmni tnfancv with a disease of the- kidneys,
which yielded neither to apciors.
your Safe Kid-:
nev and Liver Cora, however,
restored me to per-
GABX S. BOOXBB.
Another Mad Dog Killed.
Last Monday a dog supposed to be af
fected with hydrophobia attacked a!hd
bit two dogs in Paw Creek township,
belonging to. Policeman Henry Hill.
The dog made his escape from Mr.
Hilrs, btit shortly afterwards was
tme&kj Mr. Thomas Hill. vTheowner
of the dogs that were bitten yesterday
gave instructions to have them killed,
aS it was not desired to take any
chances id the matter.
Ia Trouble Again
Dora Pegram, a negro woman who
formerly lived in Charlotte, last week
was committed to jail in Monroe for
murdering her new-born infant. The
body of the child was found in a creek
by some small boys, who reported the
fact to the authorities. An examina
tion of the remains revealed the fact
that death was caused by the child be
ing stabbed in either side of the neck,
after which its throat was cut. The
woman Dora Pegram was arrested and
her guilt sufficiently established to war
rant her commitment.
It will be remembered that four or
five years ago this same woman, while
living in Charlotte, was convicted of
concealing the birth of a child, and
served out a term of imprisonment for
the offense. In the case brought against
her here, if we remember aright, the
proof of infanticide was lacking, though
the circumstances pointed to that crime.
The body of her infant, after death,was
placed in a stovepipe in the house
where she stayed, where it was discov
ered before it was removed by her. In
view of the last affair it is safe to say
that the other child died at the hands
of this woman also.
Prom the Quarterly report of the Su
preme Master of Exchequer (J. B.
Stumph, Indianapolis, IndJ to Febru
ary 1st we make the following synopsis
of the business of the Endowment
Rank, as of interest to many of 6ur
readers: Membership statement first
class : Certificates in force last quarter,
10,704; in force now, 11,026. Second
class: Certificates in force last quar
ter, 14,070; in force now, 14,378. Third
class ; Certificates in force last quarter,
177; in force now, 205. Thus showing
a gain of 322 in the first class, 306 in the
second class and 28 in the third class
making a total gain of 656 for the quar
ter. Financial statement The first
class has paid 29 death benefits for the
quarter, amounting to $29,000; the sec
ond class death benefits on 43, amount
ing to 886,000; the third class has had
no deaths for the quarter. There has
been paid out in the three classes on
account of deaths since organization,
$1,012,750. A benefit certificate in the
1st and 2d classes, aggregating $3,000
assurance, will cost per annum about
$33.60, or at the rate of $11.00 per thou
sand, according to the official state
FOR SALE OR RENT.
'pHB new and commodious residence
built by H. T. Butler, on Trvon street.
Just beyoud the tracK of the A., T. & o. ft.
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Janl2 tf Agent.
Afcix room house, with good yard and
well of water, and a two room kitchen: IS;:!!
ten minutes walfc of the public square. JffiiL
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Pamphlets free, upon application.
Water. 84 case. Mass and PUls, 25, 50, 75
cents. Sent post-paid anywhere.
Summer season oi springs begins 1st June. S35
t month. Address
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WILSON ft BURWKLL,
J. H. McADKN, and
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mar27 Charlotte, N. C.
Saasple box, S different styles of Perry's
Pens seat for trial by mall, on roceipt cl5 cents.
Ivlson, Bl4keman, Taylor &
FEBRUARY 1ST, 1882.
OVERCOATS FOR WINTER WIAR.
OVERCOATS FOB SPRING WEIR.
A L L
A A L L
A A Jj L
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A A TT.T.T. TT.T.T.
M MM H tf
M M M U
M M M UU "SS1
-B E SOL D.-
A SPECIAL SALE !
For w 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 FAR,
AND WE HAVE A
On hand. If we've erred In Judgment as to quan
tity or styles, NOW IS THE TIME TO
PEIOE MAKES DIFFEEEN0ES.
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 pi ices WILL
OUR $27, S28, $30 and 832 SILK SLEEVE
LINED OVERCOATS will be sold without
reserve at 820. OUR $22, $24 and
$25 OVERCOATS at 817.50.
OUR $18 and $20 OVERCOATS at $15. This
last Includes all of our FINE REVERSIBLE
ULSTERS and ULSTERETTES.
We have some 25 REVERSIBLE OVERCOATS
In handsome patterns, marked $14, $16
and $ 17.80, which will 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
eo oo w oo
ee eooo oo
eo ooeo oo
oo pooo oo
WILL BE SACBIIlCEDAT THE
T E L L I M G,
Tie convenientprtce for all
only $5. This lot is an
M M M
If If w
N Jf N
"ht a BI
M M M
U U U
V We sbaQ make tat this sale the LOWEST
prices we have EVER offered, and when we assert
this we MEAN the IX) WEST prices EVER made
tjy anybody. 1
t7 Orders from a distance an solicited, and
the same advantages , LOW prices will be- given
as If purchasing In person. The opportunity Is a
rare one. X. D. LATTA BRO.
IBdESflDTTS i IH1E
A-T COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
HAVING JUST TAKEN
I FIND I HAVE ENTIRELY
TOO EH TCTCHE STOGB
ON HAND, AND IN ORDER. TO REDUCE IT I WILL OFFER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
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 BALE BY ALL DRUGOI8TS.
amis deod eow ly.
AS Assignee of J. L. Hardin, In bankruptcy,
will Bell' at the court house door In Charlotte
on Monday, the 13th day of March, 1882, two
valuable dry lots, known as Lots 1831 and 1833
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 Vs cash and the balance In 6 months,
at 8 per cent, interest J. E. BROWN,
Assignee of J. L. Hardin in Bankruptcy.
all the drawings will hereafter be under the ex
clusive supervision and control of GENERALS G.
T. BKAUREGARD and JUBAL A. EaRLY.
A SPLENDID OPPOBTTJHITY
TO WIN A FORTUNE THIRD GRAND DISTRI
BUTION, CLASS C, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1882.
142nd MONTHLY DRAWING.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated In 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital of $1,000.000 to which a reserve
fund of $50,000 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
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000. ,
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars Each.
Tickets, one Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES:
I Capital Prize. -. 30,000
1 Capital Prize 10,000
1 Capital Prize 5.000
2 Prizes of $2,500 5,000
5 Prizes of 1,000 5,000
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
9 Approximation Prizes of $800 $2,700
H Approximation Prizes of 200 1.800
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900
1857 Prizes, amounting to $ 10.40C
Responsible, corresponding agent wanted at all
points, to whom liberal compensation will be bald.
ifor further Information, write clearly, giving full
address. Send orders by express or Registered
Letter, or Money Order by re all, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans. La.
Or 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 tbS Public is called
to the fact that the entire nnmber'ot 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
Ih the City of Louisville, on
MONDAY, MARCH 31st, 1882.
These drawlhes 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 xnat the commonwealth instnmiaon com
pany is legal.
2d Its drawings are rair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fond. Read the list of prizes for the
1 Prize, $30,000
1 Prise, lO-SPO
1 Prize 5,000
10 Prizes, $1,000 each 10,000
20 Prizes, 600 each, 10,000
100 Prizes, 100 each, 10,000
200 Prizes, 50 each,. 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 each 12,000
1000 Prizes. 10 each 10,000
9 Prizes, $3r30 each, Approximation Prizes $2,700
9 Prizes, 200 " " " " 1,800
9 Prizes, 100 " 900
Whole Tickets. $2; Half Tickets, $1; 27 Tickets,
$50; 55 Tickets, $100.
Remit Money or Bank Draft in Letter, or send
by Express, r DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
LETTER OB POSTOFFICE ORDER, Orders of
$5 and upward, by Express, can be sent at oar ex
pense. Address all orders t
B. JL B0ARDMAN, OoarlerJoaraal Build
LonlavUle, Ky., or 809 Broadway, New York.
FARM FOR SALE.
I Will sell my farm, containing 127 acres, lying
four miles north of Charlotte, cheap to a bona
fide purchaser. On the premises is a good dwell
ing with five rooms, good well, barn and other out
buildings, and nine acres in choice fruit trees.
s The land is adapted to cotton, com. wheat, oats,
Sea., and some fine specimens of gold ore have
been picked op oa It - - - -
Apply to me at r'lntersT", or to my sons on
the plantation, ' . ( . L.JNT13,
- dec3Q wlm
grxjjjs ami gXcxXtcines
Branlies ail fines
R. H. JORDAN CO.,
EVERY PAPER WARRANTED
R. H. JORDAN & CO,
YOU WILL FIND A FULL STOCK OF
Chemicals. Toilet Articles
Also, a fresh supply of
Landreths' Garden Seeds.
YOURS TRULY, ,
H. EVI. Wilder, Ag't,
(Wilson & Black's old stand.)
Corner Trade and College Streets, Charlotte, N. C.
HOW TO TELL
GENUINE SI. TIITI ONS LIVER BEGt
LATOR, OR MEDICINE
Look for clean neat WHITE WRAPPER with
the red symbolic letter stamped upon it in the
form of a ribbon gracefully curved Into the letter
Z embracing the emblems of our trade, Spatula,
Mortar and tfraduare with the words A. Q. SIM
MONS' LIVER REGULATOR or MEDICI NK there
on, also observe the signature of J. H. Z EI LIN It
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 anaHzed prove worthless and only made
to fleece the nubile, and to pirate on the well eai fl
ed reputation of Zeilln A Co's. medicine these
irauas nave no reputation to sus'-ain ana ui
cheat you for a few penneys every way they can.
ii See Who Endorses the Gen nine
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens,
Rt Rev. Jno. W. Beckwith, Bishop of Ga.
Gen. Jno B. Gordon, U. S. fcenator,
Bt Rev. Bishop Pierce,
Hon. Jno. Gill Shorter,
J. Edgar Thompson,
Hon. B. EL Hill.
Hon. J. C. Breckinridge,
Prot David Willis, D. D.
Chief Justice Hiram w artier, of Ga,'
Lewis Wunder, Assistant P. M. Phlla., Pa,,
and thousands of others from whom we have let
ters of commendation and recommendation.
It Is eminently a Family Medecine; and by be
ing kept ready for immediate resoii will save
many an hour of suffering and many a dollar in
time and doctors' biils.
Dr. Simons' Liver Regulator,
XAinTf ACTUBED OSLY BT
J. H. ZEIL.1N & CO.,
Sold by all Respectable Druggists.
We continue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats,
Trade Marks. Copyrights, etc, for the United States,
Canada, Cuba, England, France, Germany, etc W3
have had thlrty-flTe yeara experience.
Patents obtained through us are noticed In the SCf
XHTino am xsJCAir. This large and splendid Illus
trated weeklypape,$3.0ayew,shows toe Progress
of Science, is very Interesting, and has an enormous'
circulation, address MUNN A CO., Patent Solid- ,
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