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CIIA8.R. JONES, Editor and Prop'tor.
f SATURDAY; APRILS, 1888?
The charters Of fotirhtitidred natlon
'nVuvwiU'Wriirfl bv the first of
Ml uniinn ; ," ".. " -
.7 -.f ,i
authorities of Atlanta puiiea
down and burned the building in which
the case of small-pox appeared.
Longfellow had no hankering for of
ficial station. lie was four times offer
a forfliffn mission and four times de-.
Uo to this time this year immigra
tion from Europe has been forty per
cent.heavi r ihu for the same period
The treneral quadrennial conference of
the M.E. Church, South, will be held
in Nashville, beginning May 8d. This
dATmmination now numbers 800,000
Thursday was the twentieth anm
versary of the battle of Shiloh, and was
nhaprvpd as decoration day m .Louisi
ana. Tflxas. Mississippi, Tennessee and
The pateut office at Washington takes
in a suiplus of $250,000 a year over and
above all expenses. The business i3 in
creasing so rapidly that the commis-
sirtnr asks for twentv-five more as
A young man named Walter Roun-
tree, a student in the University, at
Athens. G a., was shot on the 4th inst,
in a street, encounter with some ne-
crrnfts. and died the next day. The
shooters are under arrest.
. If President Arthur took as much
.interest in the protection of American
citizens abroad as he does in the Chinese
perhaps the humiliating spectacle
would not be presented of American
citizens being incarcerated n foreign
jails without charge and without tral.
Aug usta Chronicle : The 20 per cent
dividend declared by the Langley mill
is creating a sensation' at the North,
where, according to Senator Frye, it is
night and day labor to make cotton
manufacturing pay more than 6 per cent.
Beecher don't believe in sack cloth
and ashes, fasting and all that kmtf of
thing. Nobody ever accused Beecher
of practicing such self-denial. He will
have a good time while he is fighting
the devil in a free and easy sort of way.
As an evidence of the contempt in
which Jesse James held the officials of
the State of Missouri, he took up his
residencein St Joseph, the third city in
population in the State, when there
was a reward of $50,000 offered for his
capture, dead or alive.
It was no doubt desirable to get rid
of Jesse James, the noted desperado of
"Missouri, but when the Governor of
that State entered into an understand
ing with a cut-throat to assassinate
him he did something which does not
reflect any credit upon himself nor up
on his State.
The New York Herald speaks of the
bribery of the New Jersey legislators
as "New,., Jersey's shame." This, the
Boston Globe says, is because the high
est price paid was 500, and the highest
offered $1,000, while the lowest price
paid for a New York Legislator las td
year was 62,000.
The gahg of robbers which has for
some time been infesting Gaston coun
ty has been broken up by the arrest of
seven of the number through the
shrewd management of Chief of Police
J. B. King, of Spartanburg, S. C, who
came to Gastonia about two weeks ago
and played detective.
It is not pleasant to be burned, but
when one has to be burned perhaps do
ing so in effigy is about as satisfactory
an arragement as can be made for the
individual. This is probably the view
President Arthur took of it when he
read of their burning him in effigy over
on the Pacific slope, for vetoing the
It is in accordance with custom, but
not with justice, that United States
Senators and Representatives should
draw their pay right along when absent
from their posts, as if they were regu
larly on duty. Some of them only see
Washington occasionally, but draw
their salaries as if there all the ,time. !
The country does not probably suffer
much by their absence, but it is not
right for them to demand and draw pay
for services while they are otherwise
About the the time the investigation
into the Chilian-Peruvian matter began
a subpoena was issued for Franois D.
Suarez, who was then supposed to be in
Washington. .The sergeant-at-arms of
the House failed to find him. however,
andjan; investigation as to liis where
aboats has resulted in establishing the
fact that the gentleman left for France
immediately after he heard of the pro-
prosed congressional investigation. Mr.
Suarez was agent for the'Creditlndus
trial company, a rival of the Peruvian
. ' ' ''- .
.'rPhUadelphta Record : "The Demo-
";,cjrat&itt; Congress who vote against the
extension of the charters of the national
banks -will be called to rigorous ac-
count. Until a substitute for the na
tional banking system can be devised
which shall give equal security to the
noteholder and flexibility to the volume
' most stand b"SJ!iJi '
whrf. Th Ifrrty Tnar ttridef tikes
to deprive the country of its advantages
will have to encounter the-BOlid dpposi-
an honesatakV fotbja pU4wy
Moving springs oTacuon' J
. ...HtaAtAn eertain laws, xn
Tron. health Mf Dr. Benson's Celer
1 i 1 , 1 1 . asked the friendly intervention of this uu f t. wmuiereiai job pie so a aog and a cow, and when
Ford, who shot Jesse JameByth fa- "ment in behalf whereupon praying for CtongressionacUon they saw that the dog diedalmost im-
rirrnnd W'W a bertiiess boy. government in nis Deuui, wnereupon 0n the Mississippi levee bill. Referred, mediately and the cow became iexv
mous briganwjpiej uoy. president Afthar asked ar fortnight's : Blackburn, -Kentucky,- offered obSs:SSZ
Dr. Lamson, a native born American,
but a resident of England, was accused
sen. was inea una
friends thought hini innoctuf,
r i . : I
C.t 4 1... oh
in hi' acquittal, forK'waSWnlcmTg
uPn circumstantiafc evidence one, jiatr in fcbe adjudication , Clft
an(i tuat nt 0f a Very reliable charac-1 tnb' quartermaster-Seneral'Sr eomtnis-
ter. The friendly offices of this govern
ment, under the circumstances, "Were
right enough, for it may iQ the means
of saving the life of an innocent man,
if he be innocent.
13ut for over twelve months certain
citizens of the United States have been
incarcerated in British prisons, wAhotit
charge, arrested simply on suspicion.'
They have' repeatedly demanded
know the charges against them and be
confronted with the witnesses againBt
them, if they were guilty of offenseV
And all this time the American gov
ernment moved not a foot, stirred not a
hand, spoke not a word in defense of
these imprisoned citizens, and not until
the indignation of the people on thjs
Siae 0f the Atlantic took the shape .of
public meetings to protest against tbe
outrage and demand action on the part
of the authorities at Washington did
they move, even in the way ot a tame
respectful request to the British gov
ernment to treat the imprisoned Ameri
cans gently, and with as much clemen
cy as was consistent with the British
idea of law and justice.-. We are
told that the English authorities, in
consideration of the mild manner in
which the request was made, consented
to turn loose all but three of the incar
cerated citizens turned them loose, but
never tried them. All that lOigbt
have been accomplished months ago,
had the government manifested any
interest in the snbiect orJ shown any
disposition to woteei ber outraged citi
zens. But thiee -Sttll remain within
prison, walls', against whom tbere is no
charge and to whom rio-trial is offered.
How long -they are to remain there
depends al together ''upon thtf pleasure
of the power that has seized them.
Ip. the estimation of the administra
tion which iow rfm the government
at Washington, there ia evidently a dif
ference between-- native ; born and
adopted citizens. ..ZZZL .
-. -v THEJHIJI,T. - j
' The Retiblibani1i& are try
ing to patch up some' sort of a Chinese
bill as a eompronns6 with the Presiden
tial veto, for:, piei.Jrecp the fact
that the Republican party "trill be in a
Kin tne rwmcwaail that
.'t'gethroBgb. in v somtTshape.
Hence the .'niimefous -'bilis. presented
with the hope of getting something that
will meet the case and also meet the
Presidential sanction. The Democrats
who, with few exceptions, .have been
friends of the measure from the start,
don't . seem to faTpx tbe' efforts at a
compromise wfiicliare inspired hot by a
desire to help the people of the Pacific
section, but to get the Republican party
out of the dilemma in which Mr. Ar
thur's veto has placed it, and they don't
propose to lend themselves to any com
promising scheme to that end. They
are right. If it be just and proper to
exclude the Chinese for sixteen years,
as some propose, or ten years, it is right
to exclude them for twenty ; the princi
ple is the same, and there is no argu
ment on principle which can be alleged
against twenty years limitation that
will not apply with equal force to a less
period. It turns upon the construction
of the phraes a "reasonable time," and
the majority of those who are opposed
to the bill would hold and do hold that
ten years is unreasonable, in fact that
any legislation at all of the kind pro
posed is unreasonable and wrong in es
The opinions held upod that question
take their hue mainly from the self-in
terest of people, the eastern man gen
erally speaking, who comes but little in
contact with the Chinaman, and conse
quently suffers but little from his pres
ence, believing, or professing to believe,
any exclusion wrong in principle, while
the people of the sunset side of the Re
public who are thrown into hourly cbfa
tact with the Chinese believe their .pro
miscuous admission into the country as
one of the greatest of BTils. If , the pop
ular voice ijito Miff imTtblng jtodo
with' the 'siapmglfitfthe result jbhen'the
voice of those who Urectly "tdier-
ested sho.uld hare rdae'Velght.If it
don't there will be racket f or tlnrMoh
golianou'the Pacific side. These peo
ple are fearfully in earnest in that mat
ter and if they cannot "find "the legisla
tive relief they ask they will seek iin
anotner ana a less desirable way.
A singular marriage took fclace in the
Greenville, S. C. jail Weoliesdaf even
ing last. A negro under sentence to be
hanged for incendiarism begged permis
sion to marry the woman ? he loved,
which woman was then serving a two
years term in prison for larceny. Thp
jail authorities for some time rref ued
to grant the request bu , finally yielded
and had the dusky damsel brought to
the jail where the ceremony was peri
formed, apparently to the infinite de
light of both They seemed oblivious ot
the fact that death was4n a little while
to claim the new-made husband, end
the penitentiary the' bride of ajr i hottf.
They were as happy as June bags tbi
thebrief,perlo4they were p ralttel..t,
remain; together, !''
Western people, irrespective of poli
tics, are taking much interest in the
improvement of the Mississippi River,
and say if this Congress refuses to grant
tion which they are entitled to The
last! flood 1 has done much to bring the
Id Father of Waters prominently to1
tWe JErpnC aubjee fHgclYernment'
atteniion. , . ,
. , - 1 l!T-
When a lecturer has-wcrke tae ladies -fikisl
audience so near the vrtseping point tnat Ojerhavel
gotten out their handle erchlers, and then suddeol
ly changes his tone and speaks of the merits oC
Diiulfs cough sjrnp, h3 !s bound to roase a feel'
uieaia assea tor, uey.wm see Iqitthat
Congressmen shall be elected boi
give-their elaiins soiUe of thi tdnMef ai
It Devotes V the' Day i to" Discusiine
Resolution, tIatettiiUe Certain
Reports AbottV tie Qxr-naster't
Department, ifdtd tie rks4Pion ot
us, of ioniBlana, presented a memorial
of the Mayor and several, commercial
vaorkliit.mn , r .rtirfr.in - that atnmnmtf-
tee oaf ' expenditures ih- Cher l
any, anuses exist, or nave i ex-
SMY.general's. and third auditor's offices,
itoawportthr findings, together
sucn recommenuaamiB as lc may aeemtr
roper far the "eettlement of such 1
Robeson, of New Jersey, offered (as a
substitute a similar resolution; rt with
a preamoie recituig that it aai.Deen i
member that he had evidence in Ms
possession which j showed that eertain
clerks of -the government had acted
f randulentlv and corraDtlv. : ': '' .
Blackburn declined to accept R6tje
son's substitute. -j . ?) . ;
. Reed, of Maine, read a letter fr6m
the third auditor, stating that McFar
land (to whom Bjackburn had referred)
had ceased his connection with the
quartermaster-general's -department 1ri
June, lift 4. , r., , .
After further debate, Robeson modi
fled his preamble so aa to read : '
"Whereas,-it has been publicly de
clared by a member of this House, from
his place on this floor, that there are
reasonable grounds to believe, etc-that-"
This was accepted by Blackburn as
an amendment to his resolution, wnicn
was thereupon adopted.
The private business having been dis-J
pensed witn, tne iiouse, at 2 x6, went
into committee of . the whole on. the
tariff commission bill, Haskell, of Kan
sas, being the principal speaker.
The committee, at 4:30, rose, and the
House took a recess until 7 :30 p. m., the
evening session being for the consider
ation of pension bills.
Unfounded Report About
London, April 7. A despatch to the
Times from Dublin says: "The report
that the Irish-American "suspects"
have been liberated on condition that
they will quit the country except two
or three who refused to. accept the con
dition is unfounded. About six of the
"suspects" who are naturalized citizens
of the United States, have been releas
ed within the last three weeks but only
on the same grounds as were others
who were liberated. Their citizenship
is entirely unconnected with their re
lease, the executive holding that all
Ssrsons resident in Ireland are liable to
ritish law and are to be treated as
British subjects. Among those of this
class who were released was Boy ton,
who was liberated on account or ill
health. There are only four more "sus
pects of the same class now imprison
ed. The Case of Ex-Governor Moses in
New Yokk, April 7. The case of
Franklin J.Moses, Ex-Governor of
1 South Carolina, indicted ibr obtaining
money by false pretenses, was on Re
corder Smyth's calendar in the General
Session's Court yesterday. When the
counsel for the accused asked for an ad
justment of the case, Assistant District
Attorney Fellows said that he would
"I don't think, your honor," said CoL
Fellows, "that I could try this case im
partially, as I myself am one of the vic
tims of misplaced confidence in Moses.
Under the circumstances I think the
case should be transferred to another
part of the court,"
The papers were then sent before
Judge Cowing and the case was set for
trial on the 14th inst. .
A County Treasurer Speculates and
EEADtNd, Pa., Shrill The accounts
of AflahrM; Dundor, e-coxtTrtytreasnr-er
of thi? county, are short about $30,
oooi vf which amount .CjPQjs jane" the
State for tavern and mercantile. licens
es, and $300 is due the county or tax
es. When Dundor retired from office,
his defalcation amounted to $50,000,
but $20,000 wa3 returned to cover a por
tion of the default in the county ac
counts. The bondsmen of Dundor have been
notified and will pay the lossv The
cause assigned for defalcation is gener
i i 1 i
A Jlavisher Hung.
Charleston, W. Va April 1vA
mob of sixty men captured the steamer !
Satlie. Freeze at Kaymond tCity" last
ni&hl, went to Winfteld, and tookla ne
gro named Jos. Smith out of jail and
hanged him to a tree early this morning. ,
He had committed an outrage -two
weeks ago on the wife of a section I
hand on the Chesapeake & Ohio Rail-
read. 'The shock was so jrreat that the
woman was reported dying last night.
smitiwkowieagMrms gout - !
: miMiTfni m ii.nif ni j
The Toacce Tri4e Petersburg.
nual report wtTOtoba inspectors of
this city shows the sides oMorea tobac
co from difierftnt w'arehotislf rom Oc
tober lit, 1831? to rApriMit-18Si, tohave
been' 3451pounds, anexoess ef
1,037,706" pounds Over sales of taatyear,
This tobaccasold at an aVeraire trioe
bf f$M0';pet hundred weight there
were inspecwa inline Qinereni ware
biu8es during -the pas'' fnbnths
2bigsheada,:and tl4clMgsba$s less
.erabie-excitenient .-.was-ereate here '
,thi vm&M pfmximtti Ihiiiork-
toen in W(faJctotes?wJMc3aMfc
pioy unian.inBa sau wcwvecujinpn y
tnous TOmjuunlWtiOTilinraTitough en
graving oAi knnaMitroAabon
Strikers, Male and Fcnaie .
authorities Tefaw farther oonference
oraered ImBaediate ,. paymeaty and dia
miSBal of the strikers i-w? .
v The female shod otieralfrfSt kr Bttll
out, but a new bill of prices waa 8tttr
mittedi last night. 'which is likely tO
prove satisfactory;7, ' .wvi-"--'1,;. 51 T
tee ot theHottse;,eiec
wtheltoaljiramentwiU b heard
wwwww, 1 wiu send a reotse
non-union men. 4 ! '",Uio n 1 Ir.,,.v, ..u.,x'-tti.u 1
ecu w report layorauiy u Bsn
lrthff 'sitting isembe .lotir thi
AlexanOria distriet bf VifMnla? sf St
icnao of poisninir occurred
inner indkhrtrii Ht MHn
TerysKK. TChey had given a piece of
the pie to a dog and a cow, and when
fat navndrinT wi flm brought
em around all riehL tbduish Mr.Bie-
dying. It iaavery mysterious case bnd
the doctors arepnzzled to account Tfor
Mttij-t&SpmentSe tf jfsWitffrJenkin
wmcnv'uyine sway"wa B6B$ to Mr.
ieeembr ai danchter. i H vi iiiiMeck-
that this is the wmtw aftaRfln. of trer
year to eat. pumpkins.. and the,, people
Balelgn Newi aadDbaenre&i v ) :. i- i
Conversing itte prominent builder
yesterday, he Informed as that contrary
to his expectations a few months' since
tne ouiiaiag ooom wilt' be about equal
to that of last vear.-ThismeaaT& a larffft
number of new bottses; werk f or many,
men, and last; but net least Much more
adorn ment of ourityv already so graced
byhahdsomebuildiii?sr public and pri
vate -ror the bast twayeWslas tnany;
nno more nouses naveteen tam tnan
in any similar period since the" war.
The improvement in the stvle of houses
built is of course an item. ; -With greater
beauty comes'greatoeVeo taphouses
built now make oh an average a far
greater addition to the city'B appear
ance than did those erected 'ten or
twelve years 6gov"AtHhe same time,
the suouTbs have been' so bout up with
cottages as to enlarge the city in all di
rections, and without1 doubt 1 people pf
small means, white and' colored alike.
art as comfortably hoased here as anyr1
T. UV. V.
A Catholic ChnrcH Borned
Cincinnxtj, April 1y-rAt. 12:45. tliis
morning an alarm was sounded for Are
which was discovered in the roof above
the altar of St. Xavier's Bpman Catho
lic church, on Sycamore street . Every-i
thing of a combustible nature about the
DuiiQiijg was purnea ana only, the waii3:
an.a tower jemam tjuiuumgois .morn,-,
ing, and, the j are badly .shattered, $h&
church belonged to the fcocietj of Jeeti,-
its. . roe, puuaing ana contents cost
nearly $150,000. Insurance about sto,
006. How the fire started is a matter of
c jnjecture. ' "".V
Demand for, Cotton Planters.
New Orleans, April 7. The mills
here have ceased crushing cotton seed
on account of the demand for seed for
Anybody can catch a oold now. The trouble is
to let go, like the man who caught the bear. We
advise our readers to-keep a bottle of Dr. Ball's
cough syrup handy.
A Practiner' Tent,
Marlon, 3. C, March 15th, 188a
H. H. Warner A! Co: Sirs I have been trying
some of your Bate Kidney and Liver Cora in my
practice, and find it to act like a charm.
N. 0. MUHPHY, M. D.
Quick, complete cure, all annojlng Kidney, Blad
der and Unrlnary Diseases. 81. Druggists. De-
pot, J. H. McAden, Charlotte, W. C. .
UABKETSBY TELE GIB, APH
APBIL 7. 1883
Chicago There being no session of the Board
of Trade to day there were only curbstone markets
ana there was. very utue trading,, wneat was a
trifle lower. Com was somewhat hleher. the ad
vance amoontlng to nearly but the aadlng was
omy May options ana oetween . Tavs ana 73.
jtTot uuons were not ieaii in..
Ciiwihsati Flour, steady and uuchBszed; fam-
lly$60a8.10: fancy S0e7.ta Wheat
dull; No. 2 red -winter I.82ffi81.33. Corb
neavr aoa lower: no. a mixed. 801 rot cash.
' Oats-strong; No. 2 mixed, 52ffi53. Pork-dull
and nominal, at 818.00. Lard-dall and Bomlnal
at SI 1.1 8. Bulk;, maahjsjronn; shoulden 7;
ribs 10. ,Bcon firm; shoulders' 8; ribs 1M
dear 1114. Whiskey steady, at Jt.l 7; combina
tion sales of finished soods 64000 barrels, on a
basis of $1.17. Sugwr easier; hards 8a 1014;
new urieans HMtD&n. nogs- quiet: common
and light 55.2RaS6.-25; nacktntt and butchers
So.400iS7a Becefpts 565; shipments lti.
(. - i.
CITY COTTON MARXXT. i
Oirates or Ths Obssetkk, i
OHABtxnrs. Atm . 1882. 1
. The JOarxst yesterday doted dull at the fol
Strtctlr mlddung....... , llUa
lllidUr5!tTTr?....'.... ' 111
8uletlowmlddllkg.:i....a.;.. - 11
Low tnlddUngv.... ........ .4.. A. 184
Stonn cotton... .................. 5a8
Bales yesterday 125 bales., t ; 1 . ' j
-rt AMI to m pnemlsts h 0 6th itftl. Whl'a
Vtari A.iver MJtoea asuer wuen tae owner can
.it. sx r-tj
i. 1 my l-nj;
liS !: f j'-illwnj'if
iwinaluf a Af a wall aalAAfad ninnwni ai
fn li V.Uj;". i'
f 1 J-i it'UU ,
wwting JPper nd xnseiopee rper wwgai
aad Pass Books, Blotting Paper, BriBteF 3MtL
rnrrt nnirrt Copy Baohe7nmri"fr Babr
SnrRMirlaWnhhai. Par.hnlrVlArgMtOCkjSf gold
Peifl aTwais WlWwftpfldiv:4o4, f
e .&A r 1 ' : ifif -J'lfi 1 si
lorn Rh(iinr vo
DlBaoem-Pletdreer'ii fwhlotttof soUUx-
XJ.Oi a Jon Jaoo n in .Qurft.ti j
iJ MtwoJ 5-iIonfi fcfxwtHna 9a5 t'tti
f Battetld Pattenw t Wrapptag.1 ra-JHiavPapet
U UllU . KJUlAl
lich is now full and complete. We keep the best
Ourrteck -Embraces a roll line of Goods of all grades, and ot various styles and prices, being well adapted
JfeirtriuraUiaigiyb us a call and satisfy themselves of the truth ot-ovt assertions. V(jJ :
4J .iU. .. :
Ji H AVE :
; BX.ACit nwd CEE?f TEAS,
i. , ,.,.iwr ui retail rau.
R. fl,: JORDAN & CO
TRYON 8TBEET. "
Q? and Halt Pinto, refreshing aia last
,:-:,.' i . ' I
.. Inc. For salH hv
R . H. JORDAN & CO.,
DBUGGIBTS. - : .
BUJ..; Ui Quarts, Plat) aod Half Pints.
' Collates Ylolat and Florida Water.
.H. JORDAN & CO.
, ; ELEiCTJiiC HAIR and JLESH BRUSHES.
R. H: JORDAN & CO.,
" RUSSIAN , ,
i HTSURELOWEa BKED, for sale
R. H JORDAN & CO.
V 5,000 CIGARS
! . For the Retail Trade, Jost Received, by
R. !! JORDAN & CO.
A FINE STOCK
YAtT and WarTE WA8H BRUSHES. A n eolors
" PAlNT8 ra small cans.
R. IT JORDAN & CO.,
api T&IOX aTftEEt.
AS Executor of John McConnel. deceased, I wlU
sell st the court house la Charlotte, on the
STH DAY OF MAT NEXT, the following real
estate; All the interest which deceased iiad In
certain lands In Iredell county, descended to him
irom ms latner ana Demg an undivided interest.
A let In the city of Charlotte, on East Tryon street.
known aa the shop lot, being a part of the let up
on which deceased resitted lu his lifetime, de
scribed as snop lot. forty-Dve feet front and one
hundred and ninety feet back. This lot Is subject
to lire e.-iaie 01 tne wiaow.
TERMS Twenty-five dollars cash, balance on
six months credit. W. M. SH1FP,
P. S.- In my absence 3reral R. D. Johnston
will Act for me and give any lu tor ran tion desired.
, arpg dltw4t
All the drawings Hill hereafter be under the ex
clusive supervision and control of GENERALS Q.
T. BEAUREGARD and JUBAL A. XARLT.
A SPLEHDIP OPPOE i u -. "
TO WIN A FOKTUNB FOURTH GRAND DISTRI
BUTION, CLASaD, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1882. '
UZri MONTHLY DBAWISO.
Louisiana State Ufcry Ceropany,
IncorporSted In 1888 for 25 years by the Legis
lature for EducationaL' and Charitable purposes-!
with a capital of 81,000.000 to which a reserve
fund of $550,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
Hdopted December 2dyA. D. 187W. ,
Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER. Drawings will
take plaee monthly. :
It never eoales or postpones. Look at tfc follows
tog distribution; t
CAPITAL PRIZE, $80,000 s
LIST OF PRIZES :
1 Capital Prise... ............
1 Cavital Prize
1 Capital Prfte. .. .. .....
2 PriiM of $2,500. ... , 4
. . 10,000
20 Prizes or , fiOO...
f - 100 Prizes of lOa..
.-. aoo wares ttf -.' -60.
:. APPROBATION PRIZES,
9 Approximation Prises -of $800-.......
a Apjroxtmaflon Prima of 3800. . i . .
.9V ApproxUnaUpn Prizes of 100 r
f 1851 Pr ns, amoantiqg to..,,; Sj irMOC
espOnsIbfe corresponding sgehis wanW at all
; points, to whom liberal o'Dpensation'will be paid,
for further lnformarloBj write dearly, giving full
address. Send, orders py, express or Registered
Letter,, or MoneiOruerbr id all, addressed only to
io:J o7 . - . ft: M; A1 DATJPHIfV
' L : 'H Orieaas,La.
1MH.'Ji. DAUPHIN, ' 1 ; 1 '' j: 1 ':" '
' 607 Seventh street, Wasbmgteci, Di C..
, The New York fBce Is Bemod to Chicago.
K B, Orders Addressed to Mew Orients win re
ceive prompt attfloUon. , .. .
Ltfentloa of the Pi
. -. 1..
: 1 : i
I for eaob Monthly -Dr&wliut m ioM,,atd' cense-
t tne- Tickets
aU teprtjfes 1. emh dfavlog art Id and
rawh and nalc
II I nil. '.it J IVJ
. WtheC'of td8vfeiloix
i. , ilTO RtjXi'jAW SStb, 1882. .
These drawings occur monthly (Sundays except
e4) under provisions of aa Act 0! the Qeueral As
sembly Of Kentucky. . 1 . '
eredthfoBowlrdelslon.- ' -
IstHTbtit theCominonwealth Dlsefbnt!e&.CoBi-
- 'The- Company has now on hand a large reserve
tk. ILtinl rnrfn. M.'.kM - , '
Read the llstat ipriaBSfor the1- -
Mil Ho APilL DRAWraJi
1' P,r..; .iw. iK'.c iJi&.l.-Mii' 10,000
WiPPP Mchif J IOiOOO
1 woote xieaeu. sz; tuui xicxets, 91; dl
renin h " - - 1 1
66 Tickets. 9 100, JZF"
JFU DON'T! ftXi'DqSn laSSISTKRXD
mad onward, bv EiDtssa. can henf at rw.
1 1 KM ft!iff1 II 1 II It! I Ml II
w B. K. BOARDMAN, (SotrriowriAl yBoB4' '
, TO OUR STOCK OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
Goods made, will sell them at the lowest possible
WE HAVE STOPPED SELLING AT
r-V I JT. m -v m. I m m
UUM AO I UlNIOnmULY LOW PRIriFft
That the Public cannot Percelye the
tafcesville, INT C,
ON rilC MOST FAVORABLE IEBMS AND IN COMPETITION WITH AN V
JOBBERS IN THE COUNTBY. THEY WILL BE GLAD TO
QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
mat!8 1? - .
IS NOW COMPLETE.
Wholes Je 1 Retail Buyers Ioyited to Examine it Before Making their Purchases.
Mm. Carpets, Jil loth$ Ipgs.
HOUSE J17EHISHIHG GOODS A SPECIALTT,
He Largest and Cheapest Stock of Embroideries in the City.
EIIA.S fe COHEN.
, m&Tt In
e" j- i
you will find a chelce and complete stock ot
PURE ! FRESH DRUGS,
'CoSden's, Leibfg's Eiqaid Extract
GIQATtS ! TOBACCO,
-HfiynrfEt 8LECTK)N ln the CITY,
Uddtag tW'fanUiA PARXPA brand of Cigars
CketnittM Toilet Articles,
an assortment, hnfl eyerytbin't generally kept in a
first class Drug Store. Special attention, given to
Physicians 'PrescrlptlenA. day and night. gat:s
am Mt a fiiT.T.
de. ..and.. College Street
k mwiawu nun um wkmiu niuit9b VIII MIVO
more than enough to doubly pay fur Itself every
season. Geleer and Empire .Thrashers and Horse
Powers, Thpopf pnjorue &ariow, Acme Har
jWll compare. -prices ;ialbitMaj
a3.'! 2! fjVfc' .-. j-fr-alH r
to the wanta rot both tliaeltr iui oii . I8
Wl Bom 100 CK ot trade
COST. BUT OFFKB GOODS AT
- . . . - . .
Difference. A beautiful stock ot
ALL KIXBe ff
Parlor & Chamber Colts.
KO. B WM7 TUN RIIR,
caAXLovn, x. c
NICE foot room Oottaga. eonvenientlf arraagen,
Apply to C. W. EDDIN8.
aprd O At Postofflce.
BY the year, the store room near the court ho . se ;
or would let the same by the day, wtek, or
month, for auction or similar purposes.
Also, by the rear, a four room Cottage
nr5; . .', ,n ' B, BARKINGKR.
TWO front rooms on second floor over Traders'
National Banks. Atee flatf rOWeettae on
Ninth street, handsome grove, with kitchen and
good garden. Apptytt, ? t 1
apr2 lw A. B. DAVIDSON.
li.'K.t -as! zl,u.?, .'Jj4 J.Ii l.!atlJOirt.J
a;t a 1 . Miaasr no 2Ua ti l- .
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Ing oi inajgnauon.
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