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TUESDAY "MARCH 28, 882.
: ? H-rgrUfewilheinf N4W
hed o. budikji u
Ainmn about B nuea ror. aa
Ciu2DJv mA Great Literary Work.
V fanre of first Class News Ink Just reec
his office Seead.
. Wko is Mrs. wuslow t , w,
is this qnestlo4 flfqtontli; asked, wewui slm
nW say that she Is a lady who for upwards of for
ty rears, has unUrlnglj devoted her time and tat
natiTntion and wants of this numerous class.
and, as a result of this effort, nH practical knowl-
fMllrti. ODUlinpniu liicaaujo nai no uunw maa
'J children teething. It operates like marie
fftvlng rest and health, and la moreover, sure to
reeulate the bowels. In consequence of this ar
ticle Mrs. Wlnslow is becoming world-renowned
aa a 'benefactor of her race; children certainly do
raa nn aUU IWOO UDi) nuiai7 id uu UIB uajlMJ
in this city. Vast quanUUes Of the Soothing Syrup
re .dally sold and used here. We ' think Mrs.
Wlnslow has Immortalized her name by this in
aluable article, and we sincerely believe thous
ands of children have been saved from an early
crave 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 ottr opinion, until she
has elvenlt Ihe benefit of Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing
svrun Try it, mothers try It now. Ladles' VlsP
Sr. New York City,
cents a bottle.
Sold by all druggists. 25
women are Everywhere using and recommend-
Iiib Parker's Ginger Tonic, because mey have
learned Irons experience that it speedily overcomes
despondency, Indigestion, pain or weakness In the
bflcicsnd Kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
the sex. Home Journal. See adv.
Premature iJohm of Hair
Mhj be entirely prevented y use f BUR
flSTTB COCOAINB. aq other compound os
ieges the peculiar properties which exactly
iult toe various conditions "of U uiunan hair. It
loftens the hair when harsh and dry. It soothes
the Irritated scalp. It affords the richea lustre. It
prevents the hair from fallln off. It promotes Its
healthy, vgotoos roth. It is not greasy nor
sticky. It leave no disagreeable odor. It kills
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are knwn to be the
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomenpss. More economic
than ihn ordinary finds and cannot be sold in
competition wnh the lnultUude of low test, short
we'ght, a um or pbospnate powders. Sold only In
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
nov28 , New York.
Le oj Davidson, f.ole Arent, Charlotte, N. C.
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters Is the great boose
hold medicine of the American people, and Is
taken everywhere as safeguard eatnei epidemics
and endemics, as a remedy for dyspepsia, bUlous
nesa and irregularities of the bowels, as a cure for
chills and fever and rheumatic ailments, as a seda
tive In nervous cases, and a general lavlgorant
and restorative. '' "
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND -DEALERS
-A LOT OT-
HAMBURG EDGIN4 t from, 2c to 25c a yard
Vert Chai- LAWNS at diic; BLEACHED
8H1KTINU at 7Vfec. 8c and 10c; LINEN TOWELS
from S1.20Ul$x75 per-dozen,
HOSIERY, HOSE SUPPORTERS, GLUYIS, COB
8KTS. CROCEERf . TfW WARE, GLASS WARE
LiMP3, PICTUftETrBAMES, and many other
things at comparatively low prices.
CALL and SEE, -JBt . .
Bespecttully, C. Mi ETHEREDGE,
; Under traders' National Bank.
Have Jt Beeeived a shipiserit of Cotton Seed
r- icai rrom me unarieston Oil iuis. a. vaiutt
b e rood for stock as well as a fine Fertilizer. An-
mowh 4i against zs lorreas in bomwv
Juclng, and 77 sgamstDO for fat properties. Wll
wll toe ileal tmert low pflcfs, conMderlniliU
Royal Baking Powder
. no Price's Veasit 'Gems and Cream' Baking
'urr. a iresn sappiy so oo iouuu n
WILSON ft BUBWSLL'S
.Drug More, Trade Street.
rv ?" Morwetgen CodUver JOfl, utthPbae-
.PJ"reflf Lime and Soda. 1 rVe offer this, jfe-
dnb7r i.r"r J11"" infantas jrooa, jsur
QOQl'i LlQQld FOOd. m,rh.t a-arinm at
our WW tJh w ii
QnKRRV Wip ?H Wine, Uaiagt fruteHrf
) I MtLHONs BUKWELLv.&ronlaist JL
, . , . HOME CHIPLET8.
-.CrWill March go oat like a lamb ?
" CT'What wotdd we do withont J. bi
cycle club? Wi are too full for utter
anee.. tS"Wheat oatsand rye are looking
trelf. Neither have been injured by
the recent frosts.
ty Memorial day will soon be here.
What arrangements are being made to"
have it observed ?
tySeven cases were disposed yester
morning at the mayor's court fines be
ing imposed ranging from $2.50 to $5.
JBfFThere will be a hop at the rooms
of the Pleasure Club this evening, com
plimentary to.visitlng young ladies.
ISTThe completion of the water
works will call for a modern system of
sewage. Vhy not think about the
matter just a little now ?
839" After Easter the new styles for
ladies dresses and hats will probably
be announced by milliners and dress
makers. lThe revival services which have
been progressing at the Second Presby
terian church are being continued this
week at the First Presbyterian church.
tW A dog said to be suffering with
hydrophobia was killed on the streets
Sunday by policeman Hill. So far
as is known he had bitten nothing since
he became affected.
dT'Most of the day yesterday was
beautiful, and just cool enoueh to be
pleasant. "Gentle Annie" seems to
have laid her hand on us at last. This
tIt is reported that the municiDal
authorities are soon to make war .on
such porkers as are kept in the city.
nogs are filthy creatures but "hog and
hominy" combined are a sort of "aDol-
ogy"for their existence.
t"There is a good deal of activity in
mining matters in this section at pres
ent, but the business is chiefly of such a
character that parties interested are
very reticent with respect to what is
("Hammering the rivets which are
to bind the stand-pipe of the water
works together, makes things Kvely
about the court house. A number of
patriots take up a good deal of
time in seeing that the work is well
t3FWe understand that the peach
trees coaxed by the transient sunshine
of a few weeks ago into. arly bloom,
have already suffered severely by the
subsequent frosty nights, but it is not
believed that they have all been killed.
What would the world do without
cream and peaches V
tlTMcSmith played the Morton Min
strels in Statesville. Mr. A. W.Bacon, who
went with them as manager pro tern.'
was reluctantly and blushingly pressed
into service by the burnt cork artists in
the street parade, and added appreciably
to it except for a trick he had of pulling
his hat over his eyes and ignoring there
cognition of his Statesville friends. He
gives it away, confidentially, on him
self. The Metropolitan Hotel.
Mr. B. P. Boyd still holds forth at
this hotel, and will probably do so until
the first of August. The large addi
tion to be added to it does not inter
fere with the present m nagement, nor
ith that part of tht building now
The Second Presbyterian session of
deacons has supplied the church with
50 new hymn books containing both
WOrds and notes which were distribu
ted among the congregation for the first
time Sunday and were pronounced a
vast improvement. They assist greatly
toward encouraging congregational
Penina Emereta Ratterree, daughter
of Mr. J. R. Ratterree, died from dropsy
yesterday morning about 4:30, at the
age of 13 years. The. funeral services
will take place at the residence, Shelton
buildings, East Trade street, at 10
o'clock this morning. The friends and
acquaintances of the deceased are invit
ed to attend. The Sunday School chil
dren of the B ptist church are especial-
-Mr. Hinton A. Helper, representing
the American Grocer, of New York,
and several other papers, spent the day
yesterday in gathering up facts about
the history and commerce of Charlotte,
with a view to their publication in the
journals by which he is employed. He
is a North Carolina boy, a son of Mr.
H. EL Helper, who now lives near
Mocksville, and appears to be in every
way qualified for the work In wnicn ne
-Mrs. Phil H. Andrews, nee Miss
Maggie Fowle, is visiting the family of
Capt. T. H.: Haughtoa, in the fclty.
Mr. C. D. Waller, of South Carolina,
brother of Bev. W. T. Waller, pastor of
the Associate Reformed Presbyterian
church, this city, called in to see us yes
terday. He represents the Erskine
Student, a live little paper published at
The Coming 20th May.
Already reparations are being ar
ranged to make the celebration of the
20th May for this year an occasion long
to be remembered, A Jetter has been
received bv Cant E. F. Young, or tne
Hornets Nest Riflemen, from Adjutant
General Jones,' conveying the gratify.
. .-i i .Lw- i '.'2 I ''! J
lag intelligence mac ne wouia uiuci u
encampment of the Staid Guard in
Charlotte for several days aDouc inas
tlrhei. and of ' eourse.the military here
witl do the hbribrs Of the occasion. A
hi nrotrramme is shortly to be mapped
oat. uen. tiancoc; auu biu, wi, mr
vis;an4 staff, . and quite . number of
other nromlment gentlemen are to be
invited. At all eventa.a big time may
ne expeciea, anu iu wutuuu.. -what
that shall consist of will be made
.attheopertlme; ..w-i'i u.'-r.
- V '.'j-, ..it? u itinnta. Ga.. JfeD.28. 1881.
I H. Warner ft Cot Slrs-or thtrtr fears I was
L KbS.frSinffl JddneStoeasev but your Safe
f i-wniv and Liver Core Hat made me a new man.
The Graded School Qneetion.
What the city needs new to have a
graded school of high order, Is a school
eomrhittee In sympathy with the law as
recorded on page 673, chapter exxxriii
private laws passed by the legislature
of 1874r-75, entitled "An act to authorize
the establishment of piblie graded
schoolsin the city of Charlotte.1' -
How they Talk About Us.
The last Asheville Citizen thus talks
about our Charlotte street improve
ments: Charlotte leads off in its determined
purpose to -have its streets put in such
condition that it may never again in
duce the disgrace and the trouble and
costliness of the past winter. The
Observkk says that at the last meet
ing of the iBoard of Aldermen, the
work of providing side walks, and of
paving streets will begin as soon as
practicable, and will require upwards
of $50,000 to carry out the provisions of
the ordinance, which contemplate sew
age as well as paving and macadamiz
ing. Let Asheville go and do likewise'so
far as regards the Tatter. Other things
may wait; butbhe tmprovement of the
streets should not be delayed a day.
What Does this Mean Anywayl
The following is a dispatch from
Washington to the Chicago Tribune,
and it looks like another Richmond and
Danville extension. It is dated March
23d and reads thus:
A bill for a charter for a railroad be
tween here and New York was intro
duced in the Senate to-day, which has
strong support, and contains peculiar
conditions. The bill asks ne grant or
guarantee rrom the government, out
contains conditions that trains shall
convey mails between here and New
York in at least six and one-half hours, '
and that the fare shall not exceed 85.
Senator Frye gave the bill his personal
indorsement Among the incorporators
are ex-Senator Gordon, of Georgia, who
has become a Southern railroad king;
ex-Postmaster-General Creswell, of Ma
ryland; ex-Senator Wallace, of Penn-
sylvania, who hitherto has been the at
torney for the Pennsylvania railroad ;
ri. M. Hutchinson, of the Alaska fur-
seal company; and N. Z. Jeffries, for
mer register. It confers the usual now-.
ers given to such companies", and au
thorizes a capital stock of 810,000,000.
The road is to be constructed over
routes to be selected by the company,
through the States of Maryland, Dela
ware. Pennsylvania. JNew Jersey and
the District of Columbia. The work of
construction is to begin in a reasonable
A Practical Idea for a Street Crossing.
Sunday evening an Observer repre
sentative attempted to cross the rail
road track on Trade street at the inter
section of A street. A freight train
was being made up, and tne smiting
engine with its rumbling noise and a
long train of freight cars occupied the
track, to the delay of twenty-three pe
destrians who for twenty minutes
vainly sought to get over the crossing.
While The Observer man counted
the crowd that assembled on both sides
of the crossing and calmly took in the
situation, it occurred to him that he
might make a suggestion, that if car
ried out would accommodate both the
public and the railroads. That sugges
tion is that if a pathway could be cut
under the track, and thus furnish a
crossing to people at all times, the pub
lic could be accommodated. It could
be used if desirable only when the
trains occupied the track. At other
times pedestrians could go over the
crossing as they now do. An examina
tion will satisfy anybody that the to
pography of the ground just at this
place is all that is needed for an under
ground pathway on either side of the
street. Something of this kind it seems
to us would meet the case. What say
you city, fathers? and what say you,
A Regular Fish Story.
A gentleman of this city handed into
this office yesterday, a small fish which
experts say is a young chub or troift.
It is about five inches in length, and
was brought to him yesterday morning
by a colored man named Joe Carter,
just after the hard rain. Joe gave the
following account of its coming into
his possession. Said Joe:
"I was down in Mrs. Pharr's front
yard, down by tbe Lutheran church,
pulling up ground ivy to make some tea
for a sick baby, and it was raining pret
ty hard. Jist as I reached out my hand
to pull up the ivy something fell and
hit me on the arm, and said ick.' It
scared me and I jumped up and step
ped back j is t so, but I'm not agoing to
tell you what I did. Then I seed it was
a fish, and I kinder got closer to it, and
jist as I was about to pick it up it said
ick and kinder flirted andl got further
off and studied whar dat fish come from.
Den I studied some more and got up
closer to him, and when I got close up to
him he didn't 'holler any- more, and I
picked him up and showed him to Con
stable Orr before he died."
The gentleman to whom Joe carried
the fish says that he was informed by
Mr. Orr that when Joe showed the fish
to him it was still alive. The fish had
no wounds on it of any sort.
This was a pretty "fishy" story, and
possibly might never have been un
ravelled or explained but for the as
siduity of an Observer representa
tive, who took up the cue furnished by
Joe himself, and tracked it to an ex
planation, which is about as follows:
A young clerk in this city is studying
hard with the idea of some day becom
ing a philosopher. He had read Dr.
Fowler's treatise on the ganglionic
theory of the brain and the necessity of
furnishing his particular nerve centre
with the phospbatio food only to be
found in fish; or be had heard of the
advice given by "Mark Twain," when
he advised his friend to "eat a whale."
These ideas were so firmly fixed in the
"nerve centre" of pur friend, the clerk,
that he nut a fish basket in Phif ert
pond, and he has sinee been rewarded
for his labors by a supply equal to the
demand. He goes out early in the morn
ing to get a day's supply at a time, and
yesterday morning just nerore ins nara
rain he mfght have been, seen making
doubie-qnick time up Tryon etreet, tor
fear pf being lata at the store. His fish
wereln a smallucketof . water! and
nne Wf them inst flirted" outto use
Jot exact Umguage-arjd was shortly
found by the "scared' Arncam -Baekaaalk.
'' New, qulek, complete enre 4 days, nrlaarr affec
tions, smtrUDg, ftStUr22ni t
kidney disease. SI at druggists. Depot,. H.
a ... rf- '.-!.. - a
Because, of 'the change- in our 'city
charter by the. last. iegialature.) we will
have no municipal election thisspringr
but it seems to be necessary that we
should have an election for school com
missioners to carry out the provisions
of the graded school law. We suppose
that the election will have to be order
ed by the board of, aldermen, and we
suggest the next regular meeting as the
Zeb, Vance Shot.
The following from the Norfolk
Landmark of Saturday last will inter
est many of our readers V
On Wednesday night some one. un
known to us, fired a shot through the
coua ting-room of this office, which pass
ed through tbe picture of Senator Z.
B. Vance and embedded, itself in tbe
wall. Upon coming to the office Thurs
cay morning, the mischief was discover
ed, and the Lieutenant of the Police
notified, who, after, examining all the
facts in tb9 case, was of the opinion
that the ball must have been fired
through a broken window-pane of the
glass from Main street, and that it was
fired from what is known as a Flobert
rifle,a weapon wbich,which fired, is al
As long . as the shootists confine
themselves to firing at the picture of
Our Zeb" the thing is not so serious
A lively Prisoner.
Henry Ingram, a colored man well
known to the police of this city, was
arrested in Monroe on Friday last, for
the theft of two mules lately stolen
from Mr.-J.R. McDonald residing a few
miles from Charlotte. On hearing of
the arrest Deputy Sheriff King, accom
panied by Thomas McDonald, son of
the owner of the mules, proceeded to
Monroe. They found that Ingram had
sold one of the mules for 882, and traded
the other for a horse and 030, the mon
ey and the horse being in his possession
at the time of his arrest. One of the
mules has already been recovered, and
there will be no difficulty in getting the
other. The deputy sheriff and Tom
McDonald arrived in Charlotte with
Ingram Sunday night, and dismount
ed at Chambers' stables in College
street; there, we were given to under
stand, while one of his custodians was
occupied with tbe horses, and the other
opening the door, Ingram attacked
Deputy King in a desperate manner
with his handcuffs. The deputy sheriff
and McDonald both fired at himrone of
the shots taking effect in the fleshy part
of the left arm. He was then conveyed
to jail. His wound is said to be only
A Change ot Schedule.
A change to the summer schedule
over the Carolina Central railroad took
effect Sunday, 26th instant. On and
after that date
Train No. 1, passenger, mail and ex
press, moving west, leaves Wilmington
daily, except Sundays, at 5 :45 p. mn and
arrives at Charlotte at 7 :40 a. m.
Train No. 2, passenger, mail and ex
press, moving east, leaves Charlotte at
7 :55 p. m., and arrives at Wilmington
at 0:40 the next morning, but this train
does not leave Charlotte on Saturdays.
Train No. 5, passenger and freight,
leaves Wilmington at 6:10 a. m. and ar
rives at Ci trlotte at 7 :45 p. m.
Train N-. 6, passenger and freight.
leaves Cha- iotte at 6:25 a. m. and ar
rives at Wilmington at 1 -J50 p. m. daily,
On the Shelby division the train
going west leaves Charlotte at 8 :40 a.
m, arrives at Shelby at 12 :40 p. m, re
mains there one hour, and returning
arrives at Charlotte at 5:40 p. m. daily,
The trains Nos. 1 and 2, on the east
ern division it will be observed carry
the mails, and we would suggest to the
postal department the propriety of
changing the mails to trains Nos. 5 and
6, as that would give morning mails to
both Charlotte and Wilmington. A
business man in Charlotte addresses
his customer at Monroe or at Wades-
boro, and his letter cannot be answered
for two nights and a whole business day,
and the same state ef affairs exists at the
other end of the line. We understand
there is no reason why the mail should
not go on the morning train, instead of
evening train. Letters arriving in
Charlotte and Wilmington for points
along the Carolina Central must lie
over a whole day, when by simply run
ning the mail car on the other train
the daily newspapers at both ends of
the line could reach subscribers twelve
hours sooner. We call the attention of
our members of Congress, well as the
superintendent of this railway mail
division, to this matter.
we understand tnat tne rauroaa au
thorities are willing to make the change,
and it would be a very desirable change
for tbe mail agents, as wen as we in
New Tork Times. ,
About the only consoling reflections
suggested by the Pension. Arrears job
are that it is niteiy u nave a most Dene
ficial effect on the longevity of a con
siderable portion of our people, and
that its vast proportions win operate
as a powerful deterrent against any
policy likely to drag the United States
into a foreign war. Our great army of
pensioners ougnt w De a standing re
minder of the cost of interrupting the
peaceful, pursuits of a free people.
Life is too abort to try. half a dozen-different
kinds of "mire cures." wnen one suffers with a
cough or eoldt tick to the test and use Sr. Boil's
ooagQ syrup i ll wui cm row n norcr aia
appoint you. All druggists seU it at twenty-fire
cents a bottle.
Mrs. Maria D. Foost, an aged widow lady, whose
descendants are numerous and to be found In
many different States, died at tbe residence of her
een-uviaw, Us. John W. Whltoett, near Graham,
on ine isara mouui. bub ni awvN
yean old When she died and had lived at the same
place for oyer 50 years. She reared a family of
nine children, all of whom lived to adult age and
six of whom survive her. Her, faculties, exeept
her bearing, were remarkably well preserved, her
mind and memory being clear to the very hoar of
ber deaau ' Her graadcEOdren numbered 66 and
bar great BTandehU4reii 68. 8he was greatly
loved by alt who knew her, and large concourse
ef people followed her remains to their final rest
ing place. Her faith and exemplary piety were
weU-knewnand her last words were .full ef pre
dous counsel to tbe' serrowing ones who crowded
around her dying bed. ' CownnacARD.
-' ' What is beanttef ehlefest ehirm
MeHlngeylBSorioborf Hps; '
Tlowtag tresses, form oTgracef '
. Ko;flne teeth tneseehajma eclipse,
' Aitfthetr saw preserver.!!
' v WZODOflT. et deofllrJce. ,.
w.m Th. .mi tenia and alters try mm
lwteeas much iron and ttttr per cent, morealam
taam than any "alum and Iron mass" known.
Just the tnlngfot the. "spring weakness" now at
general. Sold by ail druggists of any standing,
Rioes reduced one half, ,-.t
'.i T " . " ' vj
-WE AEE OPFEEIHCr-
EAVY CASS. PANTS,
Our Fall Stock Generally.
WE WAXTTBE BOOH FOR OUR
WHICH WILL BE THE
FINEST the LIAREET
We Deferred Buying Until Late
To Secure the Advantages In
under tbe advanced Sea
son, and will le able to
PAID WHILE III MARKET.
OUR STOCK WILL ARRIVE DURING the NEXT
AND WE WILL HAVE 1 W0BD WITH tOU.
Hie Wise Man WUI Wait !
KOT DRY GOODS OEALEPiSJ
ialties fop this Week.
A UlBOI AJFD VAXrXD UHX OT
All the NovelUes of the Very Latest Importations,
rrom the ykry CHEAPEST to the
EXTREME FINE GOODS.
Superloi is our BLACK GOODS
DKPAHTMSNT. At this time it 1
needless to say that it Is full of t
best things that supply a Depart
ment We make special mention of o -CASHMERES,
at 60c, 65c. 75, 9 c
and Sl.OO per yard, alt of the too
best French productions.
NDN8 VkULINas, ABMUB'BS.
eBANITS CLOTHS. BROCADE,
PLAIDS, POLONAISE CLOTHS.
ALL-WOOL MOIRE, DBAP D'ETK,
FRENCH MEBINO. AUSTRALIAN
CBAPXS, FHKNCH BUNTING,
HENRIETTA OLOTH, TAME E
DRAP D'ALMA, IMPERIAL
SERGE, TRICOT ; In fact our Biauit
Dress Goods Department has NO
EQUAL in this State.
SPECIAL LOW FRIGES
FOR THIS WEEK
! all the Departments of our Immense Establish
LACES, COLLARS, CUFFS,
In eve-y Style and Material .
OPEN THIS WEEK:
A NEW LUXE OF
SPANISH and FRENCH
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
OUR ENTIRE SILK STOCK.
Black and Colon d bilks,
AT 50 CENTS.
A RARE CHANCE
Is within your reach to secure your House Linens
at Marreloosly LOW PRICES.
Table Daunatfek, White ui Colwred
Tea CIwUm, DiBBwr ClwtbiB, Break
fsvatC Clotlia, Xray Clein, Dey
llew, Mapkiavs, Towels, Btar-
eilles Quilts, Carpel,
Slaue, Bngw, maulna;,
Cecea send straw,
Freeh avatdl New
These and their prices you must see to fully ap
predate our efforts to please the Trade.
White Goods ! White Goods !
Every Fabric prodoeed under that head NEW,
KSH and BEAUTIFUL.
Hosiery, Gloves I Notions
HAVE KOT BEEN NEGLECTED
and we feel eatlsned that we cannot fall to please
the noit fastidious.
far Tnoee or the Readers of this MAdr.'' who
cannot favor us with a call, will please send for
samples, which will be promptly furnUnedV
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAIO TO ORDERS:
in the drawings will hereafter be under the ez
clnslve supertlfllon and control of GENERALS G.
T. HKAUBEGARD and JURAL A. EARLY.
A SPLENDID 0PP0E1 "
10 WiS,rPBTUNlt FOUBTH GRAND DISTRI
BUTION, CLASS D, AT NEW ORLKAN8,
TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1882.
lttrd MONTHLY DRAWING.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
tooorporated to 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
lature for Kducatlon&l and Charitable purposes
with aeapltal of 81,000.0O0-to which reserre
fund of S550.000 has since been added.
By an orerwhelmlng popular rote its franchise
was made a part of the present State (Jonsututlon
adopted December 2d, A. D. 1879.
Ito GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings WllL
take place monthly.
It Tlflmr RMloa AF nAaliuuia. T xsilr mti.
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CAPWAL PRIZE, 830,00a
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollsrs Each. Half
.Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZSS:
1 Capital Prize on Ann
1 Capital Prize . . . . 10000
1 Capital Prize Knnn
2 Prizes of 82.500 I'ooo
5 Prizes of l.ftno . c'XXX
20 Prizes of 600 ' inKnn
100 Prizes of
200 Prizes of
600 Prizes of
1,000 Prizes or
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9 Approximation Prizes of fSOO 82,700
Approximation Prizes of 200 1 800
Approximation Prizes of 100....... 900
1 -57 Pr aes, amounting to $1 10.40C
P1 'lni? l? whom ilbernl compensation will be paid.
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aress. Send orders bv ftrnr or RAfHntArari
Letter, or Money Onier by n all, addressed only to
m. a. vAvrtLin,
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or M. A. DAUPHIN. " "r""mB
127 La Salle 8treet, CMcago, Dls.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
007 aeventn strept, Washington. D. a
Tbe New York office Is removed to Chicago.
N. R. OrrlAra Ariripaaaari tn Van, n.ln..... nii ...
celve prompt attention.
The Darttcnlar attentinfi nf t.ha Pnhit i nonuf
to the fact that the entire number 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 DBA WING OF THE-
In the city of Louisville, on
FRIDAY, MA RCH 31st, 1882.
These drawings ocir monthly vHundays oxe- ;t
ed) under provision an Act of the General v
sembly of Kentuck:
The United States ttromt court on Ittw ib 8;
rendered the following decisions
1st That tbe Com monwealtn Ustrlbunnii Co)i.
pany Is legal.
'2d Its drawings He fair.
The Company na now on hs' d a large reserve
fund. Read the list of prizes for ne
MARCH DRAWI .
1 Prize 830,00
1 Prize 10,00(1
1 Prize 5,000
10 Prizes, 81,000 each 10,0( 0
20 Prizes, 500 acn 10,000
100 Prizes, 100 each, 10,000
200 Prizes, 50 bach, 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 each,. 12,000
1000 Prizes, 10 each 10,000
9 Prizes, 8300 each, vpproximatton Prizes 82,700
9 Prizes, 200 " " " " L800
9 Prizes, 100 " " " " 900
Whole Tickets. S2; 1 lf Tickets
50; 5f Tickets. SI
Remit Money ot Bank Draft 1
by Express. DON'T SEND rtt
LETTER OR POSTOFFICE OBI
85 and upward, by Express, can
pense. Address all orders- u
R. M. BOARDMAN, Courier.
Louisville, Ky., or 809 Broadwai
Letter, or send
EH Orders of
1 at our ex-
CURES WHEN ALL OTHER
If you oubt, come to see us, and we will
or charge nothing! 11
Write for particulars, and a copy of the little book
"Message to the Unfortunate Suffering."
Ask any prominent Druggist as to our Standing.
ty $1000 REWARD will be paid to any chemist
who will And on analysis of 100 bottles of 8. 8. 8.
one particle of Mercury, Iodide of Potassium, or
any Mineral substance.
wu r atrsuixm cu.. rrops ,
(P E BOTTLE.)
Price of 8mall Size 8100
Large Size, , 1.75
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
CATHARTIC AND AL ERATlVr,
Is a well known spedfle for CONSUMPTION, IN
DIGESTION, and all disorders of the STOMACH,
LITER and KIDNEYS.
NINETY YEARS' popular use attests Us purity,
safety and superiority to all waters ef this class.
Avoid all coarse. Irritating waters, foreign and
domestic; they Impair the digestive organs and
kidneys, therebyjlnduclng Irreparable results.
None Gemnlne Sold on Draught,
marl 2m eod
New York life Ins. Co.
GENERAL AND SPECIAL. AGENTS
TV ANTED, :
The New York Life DMiirance 'Company, with
cash assets of more than 847.00O.0OO and a four
per cent, cash surplus exceeding 80300,000. de
sires to secure the services of a thoroughly respon
sible and competent General Agent for the State
ef North Carolina, who will undertake Its proper
organization and guarantees aatUtatfory amount
ofnew business. ..,: w- -
Active Special Agents wanted also for all sec
tions of the State, with whom abend contracts will
be made None but entirely responsible parties,
with food insurance and business record, are de
sired. Address, by mall, stating responsible refer
ences, i' j.. Jacobs.
General mariager.aootheastern jpeparunent
. 8. South street, Baltimore, Md. ,-.
intx81 tf8t wit 1
THE Board of Aldermen of the City of Charlotte
having ordered a large amount of paving done
with both Stone and Brick, we want a competent
Crm (Street) Engineer. , Also bids for furnlshuw
Stone, both rough and dressed, and Hard Burnt '
Brick, with which to make the same. 'Address
martd lw r. a DbWoLTE, Mayor.
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PLES, BOILS. ' & m ' 3 M
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