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CIIA8, R. JONES, Editor and Prop'tor
lOTKHXD AT THB POBT-OTFIOB At CHABUWW,
N. a. IB aOOHICLiSa MATCTB.1 .... : f
SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1882.
To-day Easter Sunday is observed
03 a religious festival to a greater or
less extent in all Christian countries,
and Is celebrated with especially im
pressive ceremonies by the Episcopal,
the Lutheran the Catholic and
the Greek churches. As commemora
tive of the resurrection of Christ these
services are of rather a joyful charac
ter as compared with the sombre cere
monies of the penitential season of
Lent which it termiuates. The origin
of the word Easter is 'somewhat in
doubt, somederiviug it from Ostera, the
Teutonic goiaeas of spring.whose feast
the ancient Saxons celebrated in the
early spring, and others from the Saxon
word oster or osten, which signifies
'risen, which would appear to be the
more reasonable derivation.
ItTesemblesthe Jewish feast of she
Passover, which is celebrated on the
15th of Abib (which signifies green) and
corresponds somewhat with our month
of April. The early Christians differed
a3 to the time of celebrating Easter,
and it was not until the fourth century
that the time was definitely fixed, when
the .Council of Kice took the matter
under consideration and after a full dis
cussion decided that the Church would
adopt as Easter day the first Sunday
after the full moon which happens
upon or next after the 21st of March.
If the full moon happen on a Sunday the
following Sunday is Easter. Thus Eas
ter may come as early as March 22 or
as late as April 25.
The Church has regarded this festival
with special interest, and it has been
called the queen of festivals, celebrated
from the very beginning of the Church
and yet observed with great ceremony
and enthusiastic fervor.
In the early days the Christians had
peculiar forms of salutation with
which they greeted each other on this
day, and in some countries these forms
are still observed, as are also some of
the peculiar customs that originated no
one knows how. Some of these cus
toms were innoceat amusement, others
not quite so innocent, though apparent
ly amusing. In some portions of En
gland the men paraded the streets on
Easter Sunday and were privileged to
throw their arms around any woman
they met, lift her three times from the
ground and demand in return a kiss or
a sixpence, but which they preferred is
not stated. Games of ball and other
sports were also indulged in, the digni
taries of the land sometimes partici
pating, and everybody seeming to take
special interest in them. It was deemed
an especially fitting occasion to insult
the Jews, and small boys were in the
habit of parading the streets singing
doggerdl verses expressive of their con
tempt for these people, while in France
it was not uncommon to beat Jews un
mercifully, sometimes to the point of
death. These sportvecustomshave.il
most entirely disappeared, and it is not
now regarded as an evidence of chris
tian virtue tolnsult or abuse a Jew.
The colored egg, ;n which the chil
dren still take an especial interest, date
back many centuries in England, and
were oometimes elaborately ornament
ed and presented even by kings as
tokens of personal regard, while the
small boy who became the proprietor
of an egg with a good strong end, went
around triumphantly and bade defiance
to other boys who were not so well
equipped. We have an indistinct rec
ollection of something of that kind
ourselves in our early career. As we
write now there are a dozen of boys
under the window as earnest in the
game of "picking" for the eggs at stake
as Napoleon ever was in playing the
game for empire. We suppose this
custom will last as long as boys and
egg3 last, and from present indications
they will last for an indefinite period,
especially the boys.
The ceremonies in the Catholic
churches are made very attractive on
this day commemorative as they are of
the resurrection of Christ and his tri
umph over death, and the establishment
of the religion which he came upon
earth to preach, and died that he might
give it to man.. She puts on, so to
speak, her festive garments instead of
the sombre habiliments she wore during
the forty days of Lent, andfsings the
glad songs of rejoicing, and pours out
her heart in gratitude over the God
wrought resurrection of the Prince of
Peace who came, lived, suffered and
died that sin-cursed man might live and
not die forever.
WILL THE BANKS BE RE-ClUlt-TERED
As a matter of fact, the charters of
three hundred national banks expire by
limitation of law on the first day of
next February, and between this time
and the first day of next March no less
than four hundred of these institutions,
with a capital of from fifty to seventy
five millions of dollars, will pass out of
existence, unless they are re-chartered
by the present Congress.
The banking and currency commit
tee of Congress have reported a bill ex
tending the charters of national banks,
on the ground that liquidation and set
tling up, preliminary to new charters,
would involve loss, delay and tempor
ary stringency in the money market.
The bill, however, stands so far down
the calendar that the prospect of reach
ing it this session is not very good, and
an effort was made on last Monday to
have April 15th set aside for its consid
erationto make it a continuing special
order of that day. To suspend the rules
for that purpose required a two-thirds
vote, and it could not be obtained. The
rote was, yeas 122, nays 78. The Be
publicans, together with the New Eng
land and New York Democrats cast the
affirmative vote, while the negative
votes are said to have been almost sol
idly Democratic most of them coming
from the Southern members.
If the members of Congress from
North Carolina voted that way, we sup
pose they can explain their action to
their constituents at the proper time ;
out, looking at the matter as we do, if
the Democratic party is to plant itself
solidly against the present national
banking system, in which is involved
the best interests of the country, we
are of the opinion that it might as well
"hang its harp on the willow tree," so
far as the hope of success in the future
But in this matter there is a higher
principle involved than the mere ques
tion of political expediency. It involves
the whole financial management of the
government, and as a direct result be
comes ramified into every business
man's office in the country. Nor does
it stop here. With an increasing vol
ume, it copies home to every man in the
We believe the present national bank
ing system to be the best the country
ever had, but if it is not, let the errors
be corrected; but, at a time like this,
we should not throttle fifty millions of
capital, make business unsettled, and
thus bring about financial and business
chaos. The national banks or it has
been dflne mainly through their influ
encehave elevated the credit of the
government until her bonds are now
being carried for about 3 per cent,
while we have a debt outstanding of
over two thousand millions of dollars.
If we now disturb the financial condi
tion of the country, no man can predict
Above all, we do not want to see the
leaders of the Democratic party, as the
vote last Monday would seem to indi
cate, arrayed solidly against the capital
of the country, and it will be an evil
day for us when that time comes.
SlIIPHEItD ON THE STAND.
Interview with Secretary Claiae How
Washington, April 8-Th tocamin
ation of Shipherd was resumed to-day
by Rice with the;inquiry :
Have you any other correspondence
with the Secretary of State (Mr. Blaine)
which has not been printed V
Answer: I have none, with the ex-
j?011 f tbe ietterf D?wi?ter Wb. . Tbe House then, 12:10, in accordance
1881, addressed, to Gov. Botitwell and with the special order, went into com
mittee of the whole for the Durnose of
It Contitttesthe Discussion of the. Tariff
i ConuuMslon Hili and Adjourns out of
uespect to the Memory of Represent
ative Allen, of Mi4miri.
-WA8HiNQT0N;Hilpril S.-SorsE.n T
mo prayer wis morning, the chaplain
tpuchingly referred to tne death of Mr.
Allen, of Missouri, and invoked the
umne protection upon his family.
WE INVITE ATTENTION
The miasma of Washington has to
shoulder a good deal of the work of
high living and bad whiskey.
There is a proposition befoie the citi
zens of Louisville, Ivy., to subscribe
$1,000,000 to secure the removal of the
capital to that city.
From present indications they will
have the last census written up and
completed about the time they will be
ready to begin another one.
While Stanley Matthews sits upon
the Supreme Bench his brother Joseph
ha3 descended very low in the social
scale. Liquor did it.
Some of the Virginia papers are tak
ing a brighter view of the situation in
that State and impart the cheering in
formation that the "skies are clearing."
After the storm always a clear sky.
intended to be shown to the' Secretary
of State, whoever he might be, Whether
Blaine or Frelinghuysen.
The letter was then put In evidence
and read by the clerk. It was quite
long and defended tne writer (snipnerd;
from the secretary's charges against
him of attempting to bribe Minister
Shipherd was asked to state what
personal interviews he had with Secre
tary Blaine and replied that he held the
first interview with him on the evening
of October 13th, and another on the
morning of October Hth. The witness
then stated at some length the circum
stances which led up to the first inter
view, going back to the dispatches
he (Shipherd) had supposed were sent
by Secretary Blaine to Mr. Hurlbut.
These despatches, the witness stated,
were read to Senator Blair by Mr.
Blaine, June 2d, and subsequently Sen
ator Blair remarked to him, (Shipherd,)
"If you had written the dispatches
yourself they would not have covered
the ground more perfectly. Particu
larly the cable dispatch."
Shortly after that the witness saw
Senator Blair and asked if the dis
patches had been sent, and was assured
that they had been. And again a few
davs afterwards Senator Blair said to
witness: "I have seen the Secretary and
he says the dispatches were sent with
out alteration of any kind on the same
day they were read to me, June 2nd."
When witness received Hurlbut's
letter stating that no such dispatches
had ever been received, he was
very much disturbed, and at once
sought Blair to find out what it meant
The Senator was greatly puzzled, and
said : Mr. Shipherd, this affects my ve
racity and that of the Secretary ; I will
make itmy business to investigate."
Witness came to Washington on the
advice of Blair, and held his first inter
view with the Secretary on the evening
of October 14th. Witness then detailed
what occurred at this interview. The
Secretary appeared a little impatient,
and. as he (Shipherd) thought, seemed
to anticipate the object of his visit.
Witness showed him Hurlbut's letter.
He took it, read it, threw it down, and
said: "What's the matter with that let
ter?" Witness repied: "Mr. Secretary,
it disturbs us by what it does not say
rather than by what it does say.
It discusses Peru and her affairs, but
says nothing of American interests."
Witness continued, "I then adverted to
Mr. Hurlbut's singular conduct in with
holding the documents he had been re
quired to deliver to Mr. Arizau."
Ml. Blaine retorted sharply : "What
business have you to make an errand
boy of the American minister? He
would have done right if he had thrown
your papers into the fare.
Witness then told Blaine what was
reported of Hurlbut's intimacy with
Juarez; that they had gone out togeth
er on a steamer, that on arriving at
Lima, Juarez had placed at Hurlbut's
disposal one of the finest residences in
Lima, with a wine cellar exceptionally
well stocked, and that Hurlbut was oc
cupying it free of expense to himself,
and all had been furnished by the Credit
Mr. Blaine laughed incredulously and
said, "Oh, I don't catch Steve in
that wav: if he lives in a fine
house he pays rent for it.
Witness then said further, "Well, Mr
ecretary, their intimacy is a matter of
public comment in Lima. They are
always together; Juarez i3 virtually an
inmate of the American legation."
Blaine exclaimed, with great emphasis,
"If all this be true, he must have sold
out to the Credit Industrie!. I will go
to the bottom of this." Then, after a
moment, turning to witness, he added,
"What do you want me to do, Ship
herd?" Witness handed him the draft
of a dispatch, and said, "Send that to
Hurlbut'' Blaine read it, and replied,
"No ; not that ; it would raise a howl in
Congress." He (Mr. Blaine) then wrote,
resting on the arm of his chair, a dis
patch, in substance as follows : "A re
port reaches the State Department that
your conduct is such as to lead to a sus
picion of improper relation with the
Credit Industriel. You must stop it."
Witness continued: "I heard after
wards, through Senator Blair, tDat the
dispatch was sent but the dispatch
which, it appears from the correspond
ence furnished by the State Depart
ment, was sent was very different from
this dispatch, which the Secretary
wrote in my presence and read to me."
debate only 6n the tariff commissio
Muldrow concluded his speech. He
was opposed to the ftroposed bill be
cause it was for procrastination. It
delegated work to other hands to do
whidh ought to be done by Congress.
He criticised the action of the protec
tionists in regard to the internal reve
nue. Whenever, and only" when there
was danger of a reduction of taxation
they made war on the internal revenue
system. They were then moved to
great sympathy for the South, bnt while
tliey wanted to remove the tax on
whiskey and tobacco they proposed to
increase it on cotton ties. . He believed
that the voters of the country could not
always do Kept in lernorance or tne un
necessary burdens they bore under the
present protective tariff. He contend
ed that of all the industries agriculture
suffered most from its operations.
Representing an agricultural people, he
could not consent to vote for a bill the
object of which he believed was de
signed either to continue indefinitely
tne present cruel system, or to recom
mend another more objectionable and
Mr. Brewer, of New Jersey, advocat
ed a continuanceof the System of pro
tection as.providmg for the prosperity
of the agricultural and manufacturing
interests oi me country.
The committee then rose, and Frost,
of Missouri, announced the death of his
colleague, Hon. Thomas Allen, of Mis
souri. He then offered resolutions of
regret and for .the appointment of -a
committee or seven representatives
and three Senators to superintend the
funeral ceremonies, which were unani
The Speaker, in accordance therewith
announced the appointment of the fol
lowing committee to attend the re
mains of the deceased to Pittsfield,
Mass.: Messrs. Hatch, -Frost, Robinson
of Massachusetts, Gunter, Chalmers,
Mills and Aldrich.
The House, then, at 1:45," out of re
spect to the memory of the deceased,
Tbe fellow, who, by mistake, sent bis auburn
haired sweetheart Instead ot a bottle of Dr. Ball's
cough syrup a bottle of nalrdye, wants to know tbe
best way to commit suicide.
WE INVITE ATTENTION
TO OUR STOCfc OF
Which is now full and complete,
our otock embraces a lull line
We invite all to give us a call and
FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
. We keep the best Goods made, will sen them at the lowest possible prices and guarantee satisfaction tn u nnk
of Goods of all grades, and of various styles and prices, being well adapted to the mmtXXdtuT
id satisfy themselves of the truth of our assertions. OI ia vne ca lma ritry uude
E. R&raEIIff cS BRO
State bonds Inactive
Sub-treasury balances Oold $92,000
Stocks-Feverish, but in the main weak:
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5 81
Alai tama uiass a, smaii , sis
Alal ama Class B, 6's 08
Alabama cias3 U. 4'b K45b
unicagoana rvonnwesiern i.axi
Chicago ana rnonnwestern prererrea, l.mVi
East Tennessee i21A
Illinois Central. 14
Lake Shore 1.07lfe
Louisville and Nashville 7 65
uempnisana uuariescon 55
wasnmie aia unattanoojh 60
New York Central 1 . V8
Richmond and Allegheny 22Va
Richmond ana Danvuie . 1.4ft
Bock Island ... 129
Boutn uaronna Brown consols 1 ua
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacinc. 8t
Wabash, St Louis & Pacific preferr'd o8V
Western Union. - 83
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Office of The Obsebteb, I
Chaklottk, April 9, 1882. 1
The market yesterday closed doll at the fol
tfood Middling. , UVa
Strictly middling 11
Strict low mWdlln 11
Low middling 10
Storm cotton 5Q8
Sales yesterday C8 bales.
PIES ODE MOTTO !
WB HAVE STOPPED SELLING AT COST, BUT OFKKB bOODS AT
SUCH ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES
That the Pub lc cannot Perceive the Difference. A beautiful stock of
Charlotte Produce Jlarkei.
APRIL 5, 1882.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Tire London Times has discovered
since Grant has expressed himself so
bluntly on the imprisonment of Ameri
can suspects in Ireland, that he is only
an "irresponsible American politician."
Atlanta Post-Appeal: Ex-Governor
Moses is the man who hoisted the pal3
metto flag over Fort Sumter when it
was surrendered in 1861. The last hoist
he made hoisted him into the Tombs.
The grave of Gen. Daniel Morgan, of
Revolutionary memory) lies in an un
enclosed plot in Mount Hebron Ceme
tery, at Winchester, Va. The stone
slab which marks the spot has been so
defaced ,by relic-hunters that the in
scription upon it is nearly obliterated.
The murder of a convict in a Tennes
see prison by a fellow-convict has raised
a curious question. The Governor has
been induced to set aside the conviction
and sentence, because the only witness
es testifying were convicts, and there
fore incompetent. A change in the
law is recommended.at the special ses
sion to be called.
Minister Hurlbut said of Shipherd:
, "This man is a mixture of knave and
fool, with the former predominating."
Shipherd said that "Hurlbut was un
questionably venal and corrupt," but
Hurlbut is dead now and can't tell us
anything further about Shipherd.
The Hagerty family, of St. Louis, on
whose premises a large crock of gold
and silver coins was found last week,
are very jolly, as the count shows that
the crock contains $35,000 in hard cash,
and many of the coins are so old that
coin collectors are offeriner fabulous
prices for them.
In the House of Representatives,
when members desire to absent them
selves they ask leave, state the time
they expect to be absent and the rea
sons for going, but when a Senator takes
a notion to go, he just packs his little
traveling-bag, toddles off without any
preliminary remarks, stays as long as
no pleases, comes back when he gets
ready, and draws his pay right along.
There is always somebody to be
found whose special mission in life
seems to be to make somebody else un
happy. Sometime ago it was announced
that a man with a surplusage of cash,
and a weakness for rare coins, paid
$870 for a Confederate silver half dol
lar, only four of which had been coined.
Now the story comes from Denver that
the dies remained in the hands of Dr.
13. T. Tavlor. r.hiflf minr .n-n
w r wwj - MUM
that he has struck off lota of th hoi
New Orleans. April 8. The river
is falling, and is now of an inch be
low tne nooa or mn, ana y incues v
low the highest point this season. The
water has fallen 15 inches in the Ten
sas, one foot in Black river and 15
inches at Viadalia, though the town is
still under water from one to four feet.
The waters of Lafourche and the up-
Eer Tensas are falling slowly. Rations
ave been shipped to all points, filling
applications for 15 days.
Washington, April 8. Middle At
lantic States : Fair weather, southerly
shifting to - easterly winds, higher
barometer, prising followed by failing
South Atlantic States : partly cloudy
weather and light rains, stationary ba
rometer and temperature, southerly
Cincinnati.. A-prii 8. A, Memphis,
Tenn dispatch to the Times&tar says :
The grand iurylast night found indict
ments for involuntary manslaughter
against Capt. S. C. Mclntyre and the
the mates Doc Bondurant and J. C.
Hull, of the burned steamer Golden
APRIL 8. 1882
WrLMiMSTOH, N. C Spirits turpentine steady.at
60c. Rosin firm ; strained S l.92Vfc; good strained
81.97tyt Tar firm, at 8t.7fi. Crude Turpentine
Arm. at S2-60 for hard: $4 00 for yellow dip;
$3.20 for virgin (inferior).' Corn unchanged;
prime white 93: mixed 90.
Baltmohx Noon Flour unchanged and firm;
Howard sireet and Western super $8 50SS4.75;
extra $5.00386.00; family $6.25a$7.25; City
iU.il 1 Of OUOI V'J.UUVT. tUj VAU a )IJ UULttf J .OU)
Bio brands S7.O0SS7.25 Wheat Southern high
er; Western firmer and inactive ; aoutnern red
Sl.40fD81.47; amber $1.50881.65; No. 1 Man
land $1. 50 asked; ho. 2 Western winter red spot.
and Aprtl $1.39 asked. Corn Southern hlgner;
Western higher; Southern white 90; Southern
Cthoxhhati Floor, quiet and unchanged; fam
ily S5.80aS6. 10; fancy S6.509S7.00. Wneat
steady; No. 2 red winter 81.82SS1.33. Corn-
dull, weak and lower; No. 2 mixed, 78oi79(.
Oats -strong; No. 2 mixed, 621. Pork-dull
and nominal, atr3l8.00. tArd dull and nominal
at $11.10. Bulk meats strone; shoulders 8;
ribs 10. Whiskey-steady, at $1.17; combina
tion sales ' of finished goods 025 barrels, on a
basis of $1.17. Sugar steady and unchanged;
hards 910Mi; New Orleans 7ViG:8i. Hogs
qalet; common and light $5.2ouSt5.8U; packing
and butchers $6.403$7.30.
Chicago. Flour steady and unchanged. Wheat
in fair derfand and at lower rates; No. 2
Chicago spring S1.341& for cash; Sl.Sotfe for
Anril: S1.25tai?B1.25i iorMar. Corn unsettled
and generally higher, at B9V4Qi72tfc for cash;
691& for April; 78VS for May. ots unsettled,
but generally lower, at 47049 for cash; 48H
for May. Bice-quiet and weak, at 81f?HH&
Birley steady and unchanged, at $1.05. Pork
dull, weak and lower, at $17.45381 7 50 for cash;
8l7.403S17.4o tor Apni; $u-42V8tr5i i.m ior
May. Lard firmer, but not quotably higher, at
Sll.lOeSl 1.12V for cash; $H.17Vfel$ll.20 jor
May. Bulk meats strong and higher; shoulders
86.85; short ribs $10.00; short clear $10 25.
Whiskey steady, and uachanged, at $1.19.
New Yobk. Southern flour, quiet and firm;
common to fair extra S5.50SS0.75; good to
choice extra S6.80SS8.50. Wheat unsettled and
US 1 Vic lower and closing wean at a trine over
tbe lowest rates: unzrarlel red S1.12SS1.46: un
graded white $1.84S$t.38JA; No 2 red, April
S1.89SS1.41; May $1.40iS$1.415fe. Corn-
Rtroneer: uneraded 78S84; Southern yellow 84S
85; No. 2, May 80TSS'82. Oats-unsettled VfeSlc
lower; No. 3. HI; do white H2- tfops-duii ana
declining: Yearlings 12S20. Coffee-uhchanced
in prices and dull; Biocargces 8SlOiV4; job lots
8Sl 8ugar-very firm and fairly acUve; fair
to good refining quoted at 7 7-lotrH 1 16; rennea
unsettled; Standard A 9Ut. Molasses firm and
nuiet Bice firm: Rangoon 2V bond. Rosin
firm, at $2 46S$2.50. Turpentine quiet and
firm, at 85. Wool dull, unsettled and weak;
Domestic fleece 83S48; Texas 14S29. Pork
less active and about steady; new $17.50S-817.62V8-
Middies firmer and quiet; long clear
10, Lard-variable and unsettled, but closing
steady and less doing, at 81 l.42l811.47Vis;
Mav Sll.ms.11.47Ui. Freights to Liverpool
market dull and easier .Cotton, per sail 5 32dS-
7-32d; per stoam 5-32dgpia.
Galtestoh Holiday;. middling ll?fcc; low mid
dling lUfec; good ordinary lOlfec; net receipts
fl(i2:eross : sales : stock Ho, 135; ex
ports ooastwlae ; to Great Britain ; to
continent : to France ; to channel
WffSAT, " ...
Bsuia, white, per bushel
t,A5, Clay, per tnsh
Family 3 25a3.50
Soper 2 6"a3.00
Oats, shelled 65a75
Apples, per Ih 5a6
Peaches, peeled 18a20
N8rth Carolina 2S25
1qs, perdoztn 13al3Vfe
Turkeys, per tr.
Bsef, per lb., net
Mutton, per 0., net
Pork, " "
SELLING PBICB3 WR0LE3ALR.
Bulk Meats -
CleaT lib sides 10all
Prime Bio 4alBU
The Philadelphia Record (Independ.
ent) remarks "that Arthur ktock has
advanced fifty per cent, on the strength
of the veto message. There is backbone
in the White House now."
Yes, bat this government should, not
be run cn'the spinal commn Dasis ex
clusivelv. We would remark that there
are spinal columns on the Pacific slope
which are assuming a belligerent curva
ture about this'time, and curved back
boned mead, a racket in thd I Republican
Galveston, ' April 8. Last night a
passenger train on the Gulf, Colorado
ana Santa Fe railroad was boarded
near Blum station, Hill county, and the
passengers robbed by five unmasked
A Provoking mistake for Mr. Bolts.
St. Louis. April 8. Jacob Bolis. ar
rested here a few days since as old man
Bender, is not that person, but a well
known citizen ot Fort So jtt, and has
Bondholders Proposing to Compromise.
ew x okk, Apnl 8. A Herald Nash
ville, Tenn special says it . is generally
understood in legislative circlna th
the State's creditors will present a pro
position next week to settle the.debt of
rennessee by a new issue of bonds on
the basis of 60 per cent of the indebt-
tls;w Se.cedit Democrat said
to-day that he believed such a proposi
ti would be accepted.
Morlng springs ot action
With nrlnnlnl- mhW -Z-. . "uJu
(wwraua uwi. xnener-
:toubj nail i todi bis life blasted, but he can be re-
"Indlan Department,'' Washington, D. C.
I am anxious to Introduce Or. Bull's eeugh syrup
among my Indians, having used it myself for
several months, and think It one of the finest
remedies I ever found. I assure you, It Is the only
thing that ever relieved me of a protracted cough,
brought on by exposure while on the Sioux Com
mission last year. A. G. BOON'S.
Agent for Poncas and TJ. 8. Commissioner.
Bright' Diaeaue-of the Kidneys, Dia
' ' . bete -No
danger fronv these diseases If you use Hod
Bitters; besides, being the best family medicine
ever made. Trust no other. . , ,
A 3aBD. - 1 -To
all who are suffering from the errors and in
discretion of youth, nervous weak ess. early decay
oss of manhood, fte., I will send a recipe that wlu
Norfolk Holiday; mld'g ll ll-I6c; hetrec'ti
946; (rross ; stock 37,726; exports coaat-
wlae I HH: sales : exports to ureal amain
; to continent .
Balttmobb Quleti middling 12i&e; low mid
dling llttoc: good ordinary 10c; net receipts
gross 17; saies ; hhjc oi.iao; eiporw
i eoastwlse : spinners exports to Great
Britain to continent .
Bostoh Stadr; middling lgVic; ow middling
liac: good ordinary 11c; net receipts 443;
ffmas 1.478: sales - : stock 8,680; exports to
Great Britain : to France .
WTTmioTOS Dull: middling lUfec: low mid
lino n H i Ac. good ordinary 10 6 16c: receipts
26; gross ; sates t ; stock 5,236; exports
nnnatwise ma: to ureal uruam ; iu
PmT.ATiKi.pmA Siaadr: . mlddllna 12t4c, low
mlririllnir 1 l&bn: mod nrrtlnurr IDSkd: net receipts
OAK-irrnjia l.SAP? ulna ; anlnners : StOCk
i ft.898: exnorta threat Britain ; to continent
Ravaknah Steadv: middling llc; low mid
dling lli.be; good ordinary 10o;- net receipts
aftrt: hobs 872: 'sales 1.090; stock 47,495;
exports eoastwlse 2,516: to Great Britain
to France : to continent
Nsw Ohlsahs Quiet ; middling 12c; low mid
dling llc; good ordinary 1W; Mt rwlptt
293: gross 1.042: sales 2,500; stock 222,738;
export to Great Britain 8,850: to France
coastwise -i to continent 1,018; to chan
MVvmT.-B TrrAOTilQT' mMriltnff 1 1 Th6: iOW mlddl 8
HJAc; good ordinary 10c; net receipts 203;
irroaa galea fttl: stooK Z3.wui; oniw
coast 291: France : to Great Britain ;
to continent .
MmrPHTsHolidav! middling llc; low mid'
dllng llc; good ordinary 10c; net receipts
2Bl: gross 84H: sMDments -;
Itwttbta Outer- raMrtllnir IliAl! lOW mid
dling lie: rood ordinary lOlfec; receipts 198;
shipments t sales 258.
Chablbstoh Quiet; mld'lng Jl 7-lH low Hud
dling llc; good ordinary lUfecs net Pj8
237: gross : sales 200; itock 2.551;
BxnnrtH anutortaA fn 4reat Britain
to continent rta France -: to chan
nel . .. .
Nsw Yobx -Kx'geclosed; sales mid'g uplands
12 i-i flc- middifniF npi.onii i 'X PV-1 rtc: consoli
dated net receipts 4,678: exports to Great Britain
8,850; to France -: to continent 1,013;
to channel .
New Tobk. Receipts at ail Interior towns a?s
20 830; receipts from plantations 27.229; crop
in sight 5.090.099; total vlslbh, supply of cotton
for the world Is 2.929,469, of whlcH 2,071,525
Is Americans against 8.051.670 and 2,479,870
respectively last year,
Livibpool All markets sloaod from the 7th to
J.UU1 1UC1U31VC , ,
toted to vtrnwnn. K..WI, . ' t ww buhubkm, ec., i wui sena a recipe that Wilt
SSw,o aUh' by Dr- Benson's Celery cure wra. F&BB oLCBLA&GK. TlrJ i great -remedy
and Chamomile Pills. Thev am nmi . was discovered by a missionary in louth AmniW
syrun a MslT-ftaareasad enveb
I JBi!.ru. t. unman, station 1
,. Nsw YOBJC .
xcbwfft, J '.
Governments s rongand 1691-16
higher.. j.... ..
New 5's,. ;
Four and a half per Cents,.
Foot per cents,
All fhe drawings will hereafter be under the ex
clusive supernsion and control of tiKMiHAiia u.
T. BBAUBJCGABD and JUBAL A. EABLY.
A SPLENDID OPPOB
TO WIN A FOBTTJNB FOURTH GRAND DISTRI
BUTION, CLASS D, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1S82.
148rd MONTHLY DRAWING.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated in 1868 for 25 rlars by the Leuis-
latura for Educational and Charitable purposes
wiin a capital ot si .uoo uuu to wnicn a reserve
fund of 8550,000 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 OKAND SLNGLJS NUMBER Drawings will
take place monthly.
It never scales or postpone Look tt the follow
ing distribution :-
10-3,000 Tickets at Two DollRrs Each. Half
Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize S80.000
1 Capital Prize 10,000
1 Capital Prize 5,000
2 Prizes of $2,500 5,000
5 Prizes of 1.000v 5,000
20Piizesof 500 10,000
100 Prizes of 100... 10.000
200 Prices of 50 10,000
50OPilzesof 20 10,000
1.000 Prizes qf 10 10,000
9 Approximation J
9 Approximation .
as of 8300 82,700
1857 Pr ass, WEOuntiag to Si 10.4OC
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
points, to whom liberal coupensatlon will be paid.
Kor further informatlOB, write clearly, giving full j
8ddress. Send orderj by express or Registered
Letter, or Money Oraer by mall, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
orM. A. DAUPHIN,
127 La Salle Street, Chicago, Els.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
607 Seventh street, Washington, D. C.
The New York offlce Is removed to Chicago.
N. p. Orders addressed to New Orleans will re-
eeive prompt attention.
The particular attention ef the Public
to the fact that the entire number
for each Monthly Drawing is
of the Tickets
sold, and conse
quently all the prizes In each drawing are sold and
drawn ana paia.
POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE-
In the City of Louisville, on
SATURDAY, APBIL 29th, 1882.
These drawings occur montniy (Sundays except
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit. Court on March 81,
rendered tne iouowing decisions:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution Com
pany is legal
2d Its drawings are fair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
1 the list of prizes for the
1 Priie 530,000
1 raze au.uuvj
1 Prise, 5,000
10 Prizes, 81,000 each,...-... 10,000
20 Prizes, 600 each 10,000
100 Prizes. 100 each 10.000
200 Prizes. SO each 10.000
600 PfL-es. 20 each. 12,000
1000 Piata, 10 eaen. io,ouo
1 t it's?
Sft E Aarx .mmiL- BaUBBflDBaBaMaMByaH' 9
Wlslsrali sjh Bssat Oaassr fc
ALL KIRBI 9
k rvxx un m
Parlor & Chamber Suits.
ooirnm o ajui. kobdi
coLiAijetn. x. c
tatesville, INT. C,
THE ITtsr FA VOIt ABLE TERMS AND IN COMPETITION WITH ANY
JOBBERS IN THE COUNTRY. TIIEV WILE BE GLAD TO
QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
marl 8 ly
1 NOW COMPLETE.
Wholesale tail Buyers Invited to Examine it Before Making their Purchases.
HANDSOME STOCK OF
Mew Carpets; Oil Cloths X lags.
HOUSE IVRHISBIHG GOODS A SPECWW7,
m hmi and Ckauest Stock of Embroideries in the
EILIAS & COHEN,
marl 5 lm
You will find a choice and complete stock of
PURE I FRESH DRUGS,
Coiden's Leiblg's Liquid Extract
BEEF and TONIC INVIGOUA'I OR.
NICB four room Cottage, conveniently arranged.
Apply to C. W. EDDINrf.-
apr6 At Postofiice.
Bf tbe rear, tbe store rpom cejr te com t bo e ,
or would let tbe same bj tbe day, wt ek, or
month, for auction or similar purposes.
Also, by the year, a four room Cottage
. apr5 B. BACKING KB.
TWO front rooms on second floor over Traders'
National Banks. Also, a four room cottage on
Ninth street, handsome grove, with kitchen and
good garden. Apply-to
apr2 lw A. B. DAVIDSON.
CIGARS 1 TOBACQ08
THE FIKJC8T SELECTION In tbe CITY,
i ncludlng tne famous LI PABS PA brand of Cigars
Chemicals and Toilet Articlts,
an assortment, and everything generally kept In a
nrsi ciass vmg store, special attennon given to
Physicians' Prescriptions day and night. Satis
GlYE ME CALL
Comer Trade and
Col ege 8tree
Read lis Advertisement
9 Prizes, $800 eaeb.prextoatlon Prizes $2,700
7non tw.. i,7T77Z 1 , Hore Bakes, Kentucky Cane MllfandXoDr
Whole Xtokats. 82; Half Tickets, SI; 27 TlckeU,
S5 and upward, by Express, can do sent u ourez
peose. Address all orders to
B. M. BOABDMAN, CotrrlerJontnal Bnild .
Liulsrllle, Ky., or 80v Broadway New York.
Remit Honey or Bank Draft in Letter, or
by ETDreis. DON'T SEND BY ' BSQIS1
LXTTEB OB POSTOFilCX ORDER.
cer EvaDorators. Imbroved Deere Cultivators.
the celebrated Dow Low Cotton Planter, will save
more than enouth to doubly pay lor itself every
season. Gelserand Empire Thrashers and Horse
Powers, Thomas' emoothlng Harrows, Acme Har
rows, &c .
A lot of Fresh German Mlllett, Hur garlan and
Early Amber Cone Seed.
will compare prioes with any RELIABLE
HOUSE LN THE STATE.
1 T 1 DTT I UVAUnnfTII . i.
v. km. oauiflujJiauu3&, Jigtsac. 1
apt 7 lw Charlottt, If. C.
ONE HrNDBED Q AUREUS
SPRfNGS S BURVLL