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    T rave teiis'iC u I d e,'
North- CaroUai Railroad.
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March so, 1872. On and after Sunday 31
Instant, the Passenger Trains over this
road will leave and arrive at Charlotte,- as
jouows r
Leave, going east, at .:'
Arrive, coming west, at
Leave, going east, at -. :
Arrive, coming west, at
7.20 a. m.
; 6.25 a. m.
: 8.30 p. m.:
Wilmington C Hi Railroad.
Leaves, . Rs;I if'fijae-ST 8.00 a. m
Arrives,, ; : : . -5.30 p. m
Atlantic, Tenkessee & Ohio E. E.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CflABLOTTE, N. C.,'July 22nd, 1872. j
ON and after Thursday, the 25th, the folr
lowing Schedule will be run over this
Road dail y. '(Sunday excepted.),
Leave Statesville, 5 ' -si 7.00 A. M,
Arrive at Charlotte, 1035"
Leave Charlotte, 35 P, M.
Arrive at Statesville, ? ; i. '7.00 " ,r
All charges must be pre-paid, on Freight
offeiedV'for' shipment to '..''Section House,
Henderson, Alexandriana, Hunters, Cald
wel l's, Tatom's and Freelarids. Tliese being
"Flag Stations," the Company is not liable
for anv loss or damage to freight after it is
unloaded, at either of the above points.
No frsight will be received by Agents, or
forwarded unless ' the name of Consignee,
and destination is distinctly marked there-
Oil. J. J. UvllUU.L I ,
july 23
Superintendent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
Bailroad.
Columbia, S. C, Sept. 22, 1872.
GEN. SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE.
Ort and after
MONDAY
SEPT 22
the1 following Schedule will be
run over thi:
E TABLE.
GOING SOUTH,
Tram No. 1. Train 2b 2.
Leavfe Charlotte, 7.15 a. in. 8.20 p. ra.
Leave Columbia, 2.29 p. m. 3.30 a. m.
Arrive Augusta, 7.42 p. m. 8.20 a. m.
GOING NORTH.
Leave Augusta, 6.35 a. m. 5.50 p. m.
Leave Columbia, 11.53 a. m. - 11.05 p. m.
Arrivc'Cliarlotte, '6.15 p. m.' 6.00 a. m.
Standard Time ten minutes slower than
Washington City time, and six minutes
faster than Columbia City time.
No, 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily,
Sundays excepted. " Both trains make close
connection to all points North, South and
West.
Through tickets sold and baggage check
ed to all principal points,
JAMES ANDERSON, Gen. Supt.
E: R: Dorset, Gen. Fr'ght & Ticket Agt.
june 11 .
Time Table Western IV. C R.R.
Takes effect Monday, May
22, 1871.
GOING WEST.
Arrive.
Salisbury.
lVeave.
5.00
5 57
6.50
8.02
8.55
9.40
10.25
11.10
11.59
12.48
A. M.
5.52 A. K.
6.45 "
Third Creek,
Stacesville,
Catawba Station,
Newton,
Hickory Tavern,
I card,
Morganton,
Bridgewater,
Marion,
Old Fort,
GOING EAST.
7.42
8.50
9.35
10.20
11.05
11.54
12.43
1.32
P. M.
P. M.
Arrive. Leave.
Old Fort, 7.15 a; M.
7.59 a. m: Marion, 8.04" 44
8.48 44 Bridge water, 8.53 44
9.37 44 Nor Linton, 9.2 44
10.22 44 Icarl, 10.27 44
11.07 44 Hickory Tavern, 11.12 44
11.52 44 Newton, 11.57 44
12.45 p, M, Catawba Station, 12.50 p. x.
1.42 " Statesville, 1.47 44
2.35 Third Creek, 2.40 "
8.32 44 Salisbury,
Trains Pass at Icard at 10.25 A. It.
jy 25 tf
RICHMOND & DANVILLE BAIL.
ROAD. am. C. DIVISION.
s
CONDENSED TIM E-T iBLE.
In effect on and after Sunday, Dec. 22d,
1872, . . '
GOING NORTH.
STATIONS. Mail. Express.
'
Leave Charlotte, 7.10 P.-M. 6.25 A.M.
44 Concord, 8.21 44 7.26 44
44 Salisbury, 9.50 44 8 34 44
44 Lexington, 10.51 44 9.03 44
44 High Point, 11.58 A. M. 10.17 44
Arrive Greensboro 12.50 44 11.00 44
Leave Greensboro, 1.45 ' 11.10 44
44 Cora p. Shops, 3.36 44 12.20 P. M.
44 Hillsboro, 4.53 44
44 Raleigh. 8.05 44
Arrive at Goldsboro. 11.02 44
GOING SOUTH.
STATIONS. Mail. Express,
Leave Goldsboro', 4.00 P. M.
" Raleigh, 7.45
44 Hillsboro', 10.21 44
41 Comp. Shops, 12.05 44 2.15 P. M.
Arrive Greensboro, 1.30 . M. 3.30 44
Leave Greensboro', 2.15 44 4.00 44
i 44 High Point, 3.04 44 4.43 44
44 Lexington, 4.02 44 5.33 44
" Salisbury, 4.57 44 6.22 44
44 Concord, 6.10 44 7.28 "
Arrive at Charlotte, 7.20 44 8.30 "
Passenger train leaving Raleigh at 7-45
p. m., connects at Greensboro' with No th
em bound train ; making the quickest
time to all Northern cities. Price of tick
ets same as via other routes.
Mail trains daily, both ways, over entire
length of road. Express daily between
Company Shops and Charlotte Sunday
excepted. - , L
All Passenger trains connect at Greens
boro' with trains to and from Richmond.
Pullman Palace Cart on all night trains
between Charlotte and Richmond, (with-
wWrpW S E- ALL'EN,
lrw; H. GREEN Gen'l Ticket Agent
Master Transportation v.. .-, 6jy 7
Special Notice to the PuMic.
AS a great many changes have taken
m place tins year, I respectfully beg to
inform the citizens - of - Charlotte and 'the
public in general that no change has taken
place at my establishment: 1 am still at
J, No. 24 Tryon Street, David
Parks'building, - with a large and well
selected stpQkpfjbe finest, and. latest styles
of custom-made, clothing; for Men, Youths
and Boys swear, also on hand a fine stock
of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Shirts, of
BttHsakrthe- faet nttiirgMrt-hrthe
world. The very. ? latest Btyles of Hats,
fecarfs, Bows and Ties, Umbrellas, &c., &c;
and I will still sell them at prices to 'defy
competition. , '
expect to leave .for New York City in a
Phort time to lav in my stock of Clothing
and Piece Goods, for my Tailoring Estab
lishment and will also bring with me an
experienced Cutter and Tailor, and Swill be
ready by Spring to cut and make to order
at my own establishment and under my
own supervision arid at lower prices than
the same quality of goods cart be made up
in this or any other city, this side of Balti
more f V ' ? . , .t vffr vV-'ii
Being: thankful to the citizens of Char
lotte and the public in general i for the
liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon
me I most respectfully ask a continuance
ofthe same. f. ., , Respectfully, - -
f"9 ESHRIER.,
iiome and Democrat copy, .it:, ,,t , v
Prospectus Hoi" :1873.-BiitH Year.
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t T H E A L D I N E ,
admitted to be the Handsomest Periodi
cal m (he World. , A Representative
&and Champion of American Taste.
NOT FOR SALE IN BOOK STORES;
THE ALDINE, which is wsued'with all
the regnlarity, has none of the temporary
or timely interest characteristic of ordinary
periodicals. It is an elegant miscellany of
pure, light, and graceful literature.; and a
collection 'of pictures, the rarest specimens
of artistic skiA m black and whitet Al
though each succeeding number affords a
fresh pleasure to its friends, the real value
and beauty of THE-ALDINE will be
most appreciated after it has been bound
up, at the close of the year. . . s ...
VVTiile other publications may claim supe
rior cheapness, as compared with rivals of
a similar class, THE ALDINE is a unique
and original conception-albne and unap
proached absolutely without competition
alone and nrmproached--absoluteiy
without competition in -price or character.
The possessor of a complete volume can
not duplicate the quantity of fine paper and
engravings in any other shape or number
of volumes for ten times its cost : and then,
there are the chromos, besides !
' ART DEPARTMENT.
Notwithstanding the increase in the
price of subscription last Fall, when THE
ALDINE assumed its pTOportiQiis and rep
resentative charcter the 1 edition more than
do?Wi during the past year; proving that
the American public appreciate,1 and -will
support, a sincere effort m the cause of Art.
The publishers, anxious to justify the
ready confidence thus demonstrated, have
exerted themselves to the utmost to devel
ope and improve the work ; and the plans
for the coming year, as unfolded by the
monthly issues, will astonish and delight
even the most sanguine friends of THE
ALDINE.
The publishers are authorized to an
nounce designs from many of the most
eminent artists of Am erica.
In addition, THE ALDINE will repro
duce examples of the best foreign masters,
selected with a view to the highest artistic
success, and greatest general interest ;
avoiding such ns have become familiar,
through photographs, or copies of any
kind.
The quarterly tinted plates, for 1873, wUl
reproduce four of John Davis' inimita
ble child-sketehes, appropriate to the four
seasons. . These plates, appearing in the
issues for January, April, July and" Octo
ber, would be alone worth the price of a
year's subscription.
The popular features of a copiously illus
trated "Christmas" number will be con
tinued. To possess such a valuable epitome of
the art world, at a cost so trifling, will
command the subscriptions of thousands
in every section of the country ; but,
as the usefulness and attraction of
THE ALDINE can be enhanced,
in proportion to the numerical increase of
its supporters, the publishers propose to
make "assurance double sure," by the fol
lowing unparalleled offer of
PREMIUM CHROMOS FOR 1873.
Every subscriber to THE ALDINE, who
pays in advance for the year 1873, will re
ceive, without additional charge, a pair of
beautiful oil chromos, after J. J. Hill, the
eminent English painter. jThe pictures,
entitled "The Village Belle,'' and "Cross
ing the Moor," are 14x20 inches: are prin
ted from 25 different plates, requiring 25
impressions and tints to perfect each pic
ture. The same chromos are sold for $30
per pair, in the art Stores- As it is the de
termination of its conductors to keep THE
ALDINE out of the reach of competition
in every department, the chromos will be
found correspondingly ahead of any that
can be offered by other periodicals. Every
subscriber will receivo a certificate, over
the signature of the publishers, yuatantec
ing. that the chromos delivered shall be
equal to the samples furnished the agent,
or the money will be refunded. The dis
tribution of pictures of this grade, free to
the subscribers to a five dollar periodical,
will mark an epoch in the history of Art .
and,, considering, the unprecendented
cheapness of the price for THE ALDINK
itself, the marvel falls little short of a mir
acle, even to those best acquainted with
the achievements of inventive genius
and improved mechanical appliances.
(For illustrations of these chromos, sec
November issue of THE ALDINE.)
THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT
will continue under the care of Mr. RICH
ARD HENRY STODDARD, assisted by
the best writers and poets of the dav, who
will strive to have the literature of THE
ALDINE always in kcoping with its artis
tic attractions.
TERMS.
5 per annum, in advance, with Oil
Chromos free.
THE ALDINE will, hereafter, be ob
tainable only by subscription. There will
be no reduced or club rates ; cash for subscriptions-must
be sent to the publishers
direct, or handed to the local agent, with
out responsibility to the publishers, except in
cases where the certificate-is given, bearing
theac-Hifc signature of James Sctton &
Co
agents wanted.
Ant' person,, wishing toactpermanehtly
as; a ioeaW agent, will - receive-! full and
prompt Information by applying' to tfa
I t-VJAAiES SUTTON &:COsL4
- Publishers, .
apc , u . 58 Maiden Laiie New-York.
FOB SALE.
J W. WADSWORTH has at his Livery
i and.- Sale Stable, opposite the'City
Clock, HORSES and MULES for sale and
kept constanly on hand.
nov 30 ...V ... .
FOE SALE.
A Lot of fine , HORSES and MULES,
XJL in splendid order. , At DAVIDSON'S
LIVERY STABLES. Horses and Mules
for sale are kept on hand constantly... ',
i noViio-ti .
FIFTEEN Hundred Bushels Mountain
Seed Oats, for sale by - ,
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY ft CO.
FANC
BOOK ' m
PBIITIIfi;
We are prepared to do all kinds of Book
and Job Printing, from the smallest Card to
the largest Poster, plain or in colors, printed
on as reasonable terms as the same work
can be done at any establishment in the
State.
Merchants, Hannfactureri, Profes
sional Hen, and others in want
of Pamphlets, Briefs, Le
gal Blank forms of
every kind, Busi
ness Cards, Vis
iting Cards,
Admission Cards, Invitations, Ball
Tickets, Excursion Tickets,
Railroad Tickets, Pro
grammes, Posters,
Handbills,
Dodgers, Circulars, Statements, Ac,
Fad better giro us a call,
as we have a full supply of all kinds
of Type, from 1-16 of an inch to 5
inches.
Remember that
Bill Heads,
Letter Heads,
Bailroad-Blanks,
Labels,
Conductor's Checks,
.. : . '" - . : , ..
or any description of Printing, done
at reasonable rates, and in superior
style.
Orders from abroad will
always receive prompt attention
Magistrate Blanks, Marriage Li
censes, Liens, Ac., kept for sale.'
JCvWe pay special attention to
COLpRED PRIflTHlG,
of every description," 'such as
Tobacco Labels, Bands, Notices, Ac
jones & Mclaughlin,
proprietors of Charlotte Observer.
Hew Advertisements;
QT A"D rnCJ' JEST Book sent free.
KJ X USX 1 0 Address Eagle Book Co.
9 Murray St, N. Y. .
" jan 3-4w
HT AATT?7' Easily made with
our
XUVXI A Stencil and
key-check
outfit.' Circulars Free: . Stafford
MTg Co., 66 Fulton Street, N. Y. ; ,
jan 3-4w
WANTED month to sell the LM
PROVED AMERICAN FAMILY KNIT
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in the world. Address AMERICAN KNIT
TING MACHINE Co.,' &45i Washington
Street, Boston, Mass. jan 3-4w
Cf A A Agents wanted ! Just out ! A
OUU splendid new Christ : "CHRIST
BLESSING LITTLE CHILDREN." Im
mense sales ! 500 agents wanted for our
large Map of the "United States" with im
mense "World" Map on' reverse tide.
Our Maps and Charts go like wild-fire.
HAASIS & LUBRECTH, Empire Map
and Chart Establishment, 107 Liberty
Street, New York. jan 3-4w
$0O made Dec. 3d by one Agent selling
HORACE GREELEY & FAMILY,
A fine engraving, 22x28, inches, sent by
mail for $1.00. We also mail Button-Hole
and Sewing Machine Thread Cutters, and
Needle Threading Thimble, price 25 cents
each. Circulars of various other Novelties
mailed frequently to all old and new
agents, address
AMERICAN NOVELTY Co.,
jan 3-4w 302 Broadway, N. Y.
LOOK ! FREE TO ALL !
SKA Pr "week to agents, Male or Female.
0J To all who will write for an Agen
cy we will send a copy of that " Wonder of
Wonders," the Illustrated Horn of Plenty.
It contains over fifty beautiful illustrations,
& will be sent FREE to all who may write.
Address I? GARSIDE, Paterson, N. J.
jan 3-4 w
FREE
TO
Book Agents
GIFT
a, complete outfit of the PICTORIAL
HOME BIBLE it is the only Bible in
which a complete History, Encyclopedia,
Analysis of the Scriptures, and Improved
Classified "Bible Dictionary is given ; its
uttcqualed beauty and merits make it
the cheapest and fastest selling Bible pub
lished. WM. FLINT & CO.,
jan 3-4w Atlanta, Ga.
DON'T
Be deceived, but for coughs, colds, sore
throat,.hoarseness and bronchial difficul
ties, use only
WELL'S CAEB0LIC TABLETS.
Worthless Imitations are on the market,
but the only scientific preparation of Car
bolic Acid for Lung disease is when chem
cally combined With other well known
remedies, as in these tablets, and all par
ties are cautioned against using any other.
In all cases of irritation of the mucous
menbrane these tablets should be freely
used, their cleansing and healing proper
ties are astonishing.
Be warned.nevcr neglect a cold.it is casily
cured in its incipient, when it becomes
chronic the cure is exceedingly difficult,
use Wells' Carbolic Tablets as, a specific.
Price 25c. per Box. John Q. Kellogg, 18
Piatt St., N. Y., Sole Agent for the United
States. Send, for Circular.
jan 3-4w
AGENTS WANTED. Act at once.
There is a PILE of money in it. The
people everywhere are Eager to buy the
AUTHENTIC HISTORY OF
LIVINGSTON'S
Wondrous Discoveries and Thrilling Ad
ventures during 28 years in Africa, with
account of the Stanley Expedition, Over
000 pages, only $1.50, is selling beyond
parallel. Only Complete and Reliable
work. Send for circulars, and see Proof
and great success agents are having.
HUBBARD BROS.,
jan 3-4w Publishers, Boston, Mass.
DO Agents want absolutely the best sell
ing books ? Send for circulars of
Vent's Unabridged Ulas. Fanvilv Bible.
Over 1J00 npges 10 by 12 in., 200 pages
Bible Aids,. &e. Arabesque $6.25 (Jilt
Edge, 1 clasp, $3.25. Full Gilt, 2 clasiw,
11.00. '-Belden : the White Chief," For
Winter Evenings, 36th 1090 readv. The
Standard, 46t h 1000 ready, Epizootic Treat
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Cincinnati, Vent & Goodrich, Chicago,
jan 3-4w
$75TO$250FRM'H
HH Everywhere, male and Female, to in
troduce the "Genuine Improved Com
!2h
mon cnse ranniy sewing Machine.
Tliis machine will stich, hem, fell,
tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and em-
$15. Fully licensed and warranted
""j for five years. We will pay $1,000 for
ry auy machine that will sew a stronger,
p , more beautiful, or more elastic seam
tr than ours. It makes the "Elastic
tf. Lock Stitch." Every second stitch
rzrm can be cut, and still the cloth cannot
14 be pulled apart without tearing it.
5 We pay agenrs from $15 to $250 per
month and expenses, or a commission
from which twice that amonnt can
be made. Address
SECOMB & BO.,
Boston, Mass., Pittsburgh, Pa., Khicago,
111., or St. Louis, Mo.
jan 3-4 w
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On the line of the Union Pacific Railroad.
12,000,000 acres of the best Farming &
mineral Lands in America.
3,000,000 Acres in Nebraska, in the
Platte Valley, now for sale.
MILD CLIMATE, FEBTILK SOIL,
for Grain growing and Stock Raising un
surpassed by any in the United States.
Cheaper in Price, more favorable terms
given, and more convenient to market
than can be found elsewhere.
FREE HOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
The best location for colonies Soldiers
entitled to a Homestead of 150 acres.
Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet,
with new maps, published in English,
German, Swedish and Danish, mailed free
everywhere. Address,
0. F. DAVIS,
Land Com'r U. P. R. R. Co., Omaha, Neb.
jan 3-4w -
A GREAT OFFER!
HORACE WATERS, 481 Broadway, N.
Y.t will dispose of IOO PIANOS, MELO
DEONS, and OJRGANS, of six '-first-class
makers, induding Waters', at "vcr low prices
for cash," or part cash, and balance in small
monthly tiistaiinents-Jew-7-oct are first-class
PIANOS,2 modern improvements for 9275
cash: Now ready a CONCERTO PARLOR
ORGAN, the most beautiful style and perfect
tone ever made. Illustrated Catalogues mail
ed. Sheet Music and Music Merchandise.
i jan 3-4w '--r - - - ' ''.'5' -
illli
iiHmnniiMiiMiaraH
is unequaled by ' any known remelv.' It
will eridicate, extripate and thorough'ly de
stroy all poisonous substantances in the
Blood and will effectually dispel all predis
position to billious derangement.
"Is there want hf action in your Liver &
Spleen? Unless relieved the blood becomes
impure by deleterious, secretions, produc
ing scrofulous or -skir diseases, Blotches,
Felons, Pustules, Canker Pimples, &c.
Have you. a Dyspeptic. Stomach ? Un
less digestion is promptly aided the system
is debilitated with poverty of the Blood,
Dropsical tendency, general Weakness and
inetria.;, 4, -.-.i,! ,:,.; ... ;
Have you weakness of the Intestines ?
You are in .danger of Chronic Diarrhoaj or
Inflamation of the Bowels. '
Have yni weakness of the Uturine or
Urinary Organs ? You - are exx)se.l "to
suffering in its niost aggravated form.
Are you dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish
or depressed, in spirits, t w'th . headache,
coated tongue and bad tasting month ?.
For a certain remedy for all of these dis
eases, weaknesses and troubles for clean
sing and purifying the vitiated blood and
imparting vigor to all the vital forces ; for
building up and ; restoring the weakened
constitution USE .., ,.:
JURUBEB A
which is pronounced by the leading medi
cal authorities of London and Paais "the
most powerful tonic and alterative known
to the medical world." This is no new
and untried discovery has been long used
by the leading physicians of, other coun
tries with wonderful remedial results.
Don't weaken and impair the digestive
organs by cathartics and physics they give
only temporary relief Indigestion, flatu
lency and dyspepsia with piles and kind
red diseases are sure to follow their use.
JOHN Q: KELLOGG,
18 Piatt St.s New York, Sole Agent for
the United States.
Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send fir
Circular. jan
SINGLE GUNS.
At $2 00, $300, $450,: $5 00, $6 00, $8 00,
$10 00, $12 00 to $2000.
Double Guns.
At $6 00, $7 50, $10 00, $12 00, $15 00,
$20 00,. $25 00, $30 00, $40 00 $50 00
to $75 00,
Breech-Loading Double Guns.
At $40 00, $45 00, $50 00, $60 00, $7500,
$90 00, $110 00, $120 00 to $300 00.
HSTOLS.
Smith A Wesson, Colt's, Allen's Witney
and other kinds, at manufacturers'
prices.
Ammunition & Implements
For Breech-Loading Guns, at a small ad
vance on Cost of Importation. .
METALIC AMMUNITION FOR RIFLES
AND PISTOLS AT LOWEST MAR KET
PRICES.
A complete assortment of all Sporting
Goods ; Prices and Description sent 011 ai
plication.
Goods shipped by Express, C. O. T
POULTXEY; TRIMBLE & CO.
Importers, No. 200 W. Baltimore St.,
Baltimore.
Richard's, Dougal's. Greene's, Scott's, &
other celebrated make of guns on hand
and imported to ordir.
sept 20 1872-eod lv
A BOOK. FOR THE MILLION t
I Apriratepeanielortotli
Harried of thoM about to
Guide.
butt on the phTiiological
iBTateriei aod reralatioaaoi
ltk aazaal intern, with taa
lum oiaMTtnei is proaaciaf aoa prTcnuo( oupnag,
kow to preaorrt taa complexion, Ac.
Tklal an iatoroating work f two kaadrod aad tixty
pacei.vilh anmeroui ofraTinft, and eoataina ralaaMe
informatioa for thoa who art Buried, or ontemplate m ar
rian. 8UU it 1 a book that oagh t to bo kept aader lock
aad key, aad aotlaid earelosaly aboat the home.
1 1 eoataiaa the experience aad advice o f a pbraioiaa
whoae reputation ia world-wide, aad ehould beta the pri
vate drawer of erot j male and female throughout the entire
globe. It embrace everything on the subject a f the gen
erative ivitem that ia worth knowing, and mack that is
not pabuahed In any other work.
Bent to any one ((roe of poatage) far Fifty Cent.
Addreea Dr. Batta' Oispenaaryto. 12 K. lighta treat
St. Louis, Mo.
Notice to tie Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Before applying to the notorious quacks who advertise la
public papers, or nsing any quack remedies peruse Dr.
Butts' work no matter what your disease is, or how deplor
able your oondition.
Dr. Butts occupies a double house of twenty-Severn
rooms; i s i ndorsed by some of the most celebrated mods
ea I professors o f this country aad Barope, aad can be eoa
alted personally or by mail, oa the diseases mentioned lav
his works. Office and parlors, Mo. UK. Eighth, street.
totwera Marks t and Cbssnat, SU Louis, Me.
n y 3-d & vr ly '
THE HORNING STAR.
DAILY EDITION :
THOUGH only five years old, has the
Largest Daily Circulation of any news
paper in the State, and a circulation in
Wilmington fifty per cent, larger than
that of any other paper.
WEEKLY EDITION :
Now combined with the Carolina Farmer
making one of the best FAMILY NEWS
PAPERS in the South. Circulation very
large and rapidly increasing.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE:
Daily Star, 1 year, $7 00
" "6 months, 4 00
" " 3 months, 2 00
Weekly Star, 1 year, 2 00
' " 6 months, ' 1 00
" " 3 months, 50
It may be safely asserted that no news
paper ever established in North Carolina
has made such rapid progress as THE
MORNING STAR. ;
jzar Send for specimen copies.
.Address
' ' WM. II. BERNARD, '
jan 9 . Wilmington, N, C.
HEAD - QUARTERS
FOR "
FRESH FISH,
WORFOLESTERS;;,
B. HT. 8 TSA. T 3Bt S .
FISH AND j OYSTERS
SODROrstm.;,. , t
o PjP must D sold on tie Quick
Sale and Small Pmfit: rtrinrWnlo
nov 6
B. N. SMITH.
. . .
RECEIVED every Morning by Expres?
except Sundays and Mondays. - i
Jfg'y W1L ot seU STALE or
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. &
0 '
CONDENSED TIME-TABLE.
In effect on and after Sunday, October 13th
, ' 1872. b
Stations.
Mail.
Express.
G.3G " -9.40
"
Leave Greensboro ' 2.00 a. m
i " Danville 4.40 "
v " Burkville 9.44 "
Ar've at liiclinjond 12.45 p. m.
' GOING SOUTH.
Stations. Mail.
Leave Richmond 1.50 n. m
" Burkville 5.12 "
" Danville 10.00 "
Ayve at Gr'nsboro 12.25 a. m.
E;spress.
Trains leaving Richmond at 1 ;"0 n m
and at 5.10 a. m., connect at Greet sW !
with trains on North Carolina Divis Si f
all points South. on.for
Passengers leaving Richmond at 1
m., connect at Greensboro' with tnin
all points East of Greensboro'. for
Passenger train leaving Raleijm at fiia
p. m., connect at Greensboro' wUh Wi
ern bound Mail train, arriving in iS"
mond at 12.45 p. m. 0
JNO. R. MACMURD0
m 'cn,-Freight & Ticket AL-eiit
T.'M. R. TALCOTT, b U'
Engineer & Gcn'l Superintendent.
WELKINGTON". CHA "RIiOTTEAWTi
BUTHESPORD E. E. CO.
Office Chief Eng. and Gen'l. Sup t
Wilmington, N. C, June 26, 1872.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Until further notice the regular trains
will run over this road as lollows
REGULAR FREIGHT TRAINS.
Iave Wilmington, daily, at 6 a. m nna
arrive at 5:30 p. m. and
PASSEN GEJR AND EXPRESS FREIGHT
TARINS.
i&to&'ZSt Trains for Ton
No trains on Sunda vs.
. S. L. FREMONT,
JP2a Snp't.
TJJLMINQTON & WELDON RallI
Office of General Superintendent,
Wilmington, N. C, Jun S, IS72.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and alter Monday, June 10th. Pass
ger Trains on the W. & W. Railroad win
run as follows : U1
MAIL TRAIN,
Leave Union Depot daily Sundays ex.
Ct Dtpfl 1 tLt
Arrive at Goldsboro' at
" at Rocky Mount at
at Weldon at
Leave Weldon daily Sundays
excepted at
Arrive at Rocky Mount at
8:1" A.
M.
12 11 '.
2:11
o:.30 '
f):!.3
11:07
1:16
M.
JI:
jrOI(SlK)l'C at
" Union Depot at
EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leave Union Depot, daily, at
Arrive at Goldsboro at
" at Rocky Mount at
" at Weldon at
Leave Weldon, daily, at
Arrive at Rocky Mount at
" at Goldsboro at
" at Union Denot at
5:M
10:40 P. M.
3:00 A. M.
4:;")(i "
(i:.ri) "
7: It; P. M.
:. "
I0."8 "
3:10 A. M
Mail Train mulrou
Weldon for all points North via Bay Line
and Acquia Creek routes.
Express Train connects only with
acquia Creek route. Pullman's Palace
Sleeping Curs 011 this Train.
Freight Trains will leave Wilmington
tri-weekly at B:0() a. inland arrive at 1-40
p. m. Express Freight Trains will leave
daily Sundays excepted at 5 p. ni nd
arrive at 11 a. m. JOHN F. D 1 V 1 N K,
iy 25 Gen'l isup't.
connection at
RALEIGH AND GASTON R. R.
CHANGE OF bCllEDULE.
Superintendent's Office,
Raleigh, N. C, June 1.3th, 1872.
On and alter Monday, June 17th, 1S72,
trains on the Raleigh &i Gaston Railroad
will run dally Sundays excepted as lol
lows: MAIL TRAIN.
Leave Raleigh at 10.00 A. M
Arrive at Weldon - ;i-3o 1' M
Leave Weldon at - - 9-1.5 a' M
Arrives,t Raleigli 3-05 p' jf
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.
Leaves Raleigh :it.
8 00
6:20
P.
A.
P.
M.
M.
M.
M.
Arrives at Weidon,
weaves weldon, -Arrives
at Raleigh,
9.1.3
ft:00
A.
it r . . 11 6151111 makes close connection
at Weldon with the Seaboaid and Roa
noke Railroad and Ray Line Steamers via
Raltimore to and ir.jm all points North,
v e-stand North-west, and with Petersburg
Railroad via Petersburg, Richmond and
vvasliinpn n, to and from all points North
and Northwest.
And at Raleigh with the North Carolina
Railroad to ami from all points South ami
Southwest, and with the Raleigh and Au
gusta Air Line to Haywood and Fayetie
vilte. Accommodation and Freight trains con
nect at Weldon with Accommodation and
f reight trains on Swa board and Roanoke
Railroad and Petersburg Railroad
1 t ilaleih with Accommodation
arid b reight trains on North' Carolina R. H.
Persons living along the line of the road
can .visit Raleigh in the morning by the
Accommodation train, remain several
hours and return the same evening
, , A. B. ANDREWS,
JlyJ Gen. Sup t
f AJLEIGH & AUGUSTA AIR
XV LINE RAILROAD.
Superintendent's Office,
Raleigh. N. C., June 15th, 1872.
On and after Monday, June loth, 1872,
trains on the Raleigh and Augusta Air
Line Railroad will run daily, Sundays ex
cepted as follows : "L
Mail train leaves Raleigh, 3:15 P. M.
,c AF1!6 at Sanford, 6:15 "
Mail train leaves Sanlord, 6:45 A. M.
.rtve at Raleigh, . 9:45 "
Mail train makes close connections at
Raleigh with the Raleigh and Gaston rail
road, to and from all points North.
AndatSanford with the Western Rail
road, to and from Fayette ville and points
on Western Railroad.
A. B. ANDREWS,
Superintendent.
Jy23
SCHEDULE
TO TAKE EFFECT
Monday, September 30th, 1872
Atlanta & Eich. Air-Line Railway.
Out Passenger an4 Freight, Three
Times a Week, Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays,
STATIONS. Depart.
arie. ' 70 a, m.
Ganbalda, :,? : ; 8.36 "
Oastonia, 9.22 "
Abkive.
8,26 a. ro.
9.12 "
jving s Mountain . 10.24 10.11
wlntaker'g, n u.2S "
In Passenger and Freight, Mondays,
. Wednesdays and Fridays,
STATIONS.
Black's, v
Depart.
2,00 p. m.
Aeeiye.
wnitaKer s. o "
2.20 p. m
3.02 "
4.04 "
4.50 "
King's Mountain, ' 3.12 "
Gastonia, - .... 4,14 "
Garibalda,, oo "
uiianotte, ; 5.56 "
is Train has . the absolute right of
Track, except by'Special Orders from tin8
Oflice. Fare by thia TrihvFive Cents per
mile. T By all otliers Ten Cents per mile.
B. Y. SAGE, -sept
23 ' Engineer and Seperindent.
    

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