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Travelers' Guide.;
North. Carolina IlailfoadA J -
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March 3ft, 1872. On and after Sunday Si 1
instant, the Pas3eneer Train over this
road will leave and arrive at Charlotte.' as
foli ows : - - -
Leave, going east, at : i 7.10 p. m. .
Arrive.oming west,tr : 7.20 a.m. .
Leave, going east, at . -i ; ' .6.25 a. m. .t
Arrive, coming,wesft. at.. j8.30. m.
Wiliningt.on ( C. & WC Railroad.
leaves
Arrives
: " " t 5.30 p. m
Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio E. It.
SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, K
- Charlotte, N". July 22nd, 1872
rN and after Thurschiy, the 25th, the JToi-
lowing Schedule will be; run over this
Road daily., (Sunday ecepMd.)
Leave Stateville,;, 7.00 A,'3f.
Arrive aiLuarioti.. r, ,,,,, . ,
Iave Charlotte, 1 ' - ' -3.35 P, f.
itrnveai ouiiesvuie. . . r iw
.... , . - .
ah n -J?U wri-n on'Freicrht
oneiea ;or oiiipuiciiu tu
IIenderson,,Aletxandriana,.,liflnter
well's, arid Freelands. - These being
"Flaar Stations.1' the Company is not liable
se brink
for any loss or. damage to freight after it is
unloaded, at either of the, above points.
No freight will be received by Agents, .or
forwarded unless the name of Consignee,
and destination idistinctlyTnarkcd there
.on. iX J. J,.G0KMLEY, r
july 23 . 'it ' Shpenhtendent.fi
Charlotte, Columbia & Anjnsta
Hailroad.: -.in ,
CoLtjMDi.CS1. C Sept 22, 1872. '
GEN. SUPERINTENDENT'S; OFFICE.
On and' after
SEPT 22,tho following Schedule will; be
run over this Road :
.TIME TABLE. . .
GOiira south.
Train; No. l.!
Leave Charlotte, 7.15 a. m.
Ieave Columbia, -2.29 p.. m.
Arrive Augusta, 7.42 p. ni.
GOING KOETH.
Leave Augusta, 635 a. m.
Leave Columbia, lL'oSa. m.
Arrive Charlotte, 6.15 m.
Train "No'. 2.
8.20 p. m.
3.30 a. m.
' 8.20 a. ml
5.50 p. m.
11.05 p.' mv
6.00 a. m.
Standard Time ten . minutes slower than
Washington City tiineV and six - minutes
faster than Columbia City time.
JNo. 1 Tram daily, sso. s 'rrain aauy, i
daily,
Sundays excepted. Both trains make close
connection to all points rorth, bouth and
West. " '
Through tickets sold and baggage, cheek- and original conception alone and unap
t to all rwineinal noihts."1 "- "w - nroached-absolutelv without comietition
JL AA A J U-i A tl'W --J fJAVt
ed to all wincinal points.
JAME3 ANDERSON, Gen. Supt.
E. R. Dorsey, Gen. Fr'ght & Ticket Agt,
june 11 ' '"' '' 1 ' . l'"yih:: ' '
Time Table Western N. C-, B. R.
Taes effect ifonday,! May zi'lSfiri.' ,r
' 'iiOIHtaWSST'.r, Ui ,
Arrive.
Leave.
Palisbury. ' -A M
Third Creek1,' 4 i 55T ,'
Utarosiri l lo . , R Sfl . , ,
5.52 A
6.45
v' 7.42
8.50
9.35
10.20 '
11.05
M.
(JUU IVf VI ' . t , .i
Catawba Station, 8.02
Newton; 8.55
Jriicory xayern, .w
'. !
T net ' ' . . t - ' t'.
Morganton, i , .
Bridgewater,
Marion, t ...
Old Fort,
GOING? EAST.
11.10
11.59
11.54
12.43
1.32
P. UT.
Arrive.
7.59 A. M:
8.48
9.37
10.22 u:
11.07 "
11.52
12.45 P. M,
1.42 "
2.35
8.32 "
'Zeave.
Old Fort,
Marion,
Brldgwatet,
Mor 'antonv ; .
Icarl,
H i ckory Tay erni
7.15
8.04
a: m.
9.42 ,
10.27 I", .'
11.12 u '
11.57 :
12.50 P.: it.
Catawba Station,:
statesviuet ; r i
Third Creek, . 2.4Q.
amisuwy, ,. ...... .
Traiii8 Pass at Icard at rlO.25 A.
jy 25
tf
R
ICHMOND & DANVILLE UAIL-
CONDENSED TIME-TABLE.
In effect on and after. Sunday, Dec.' 22d,
1872. r
GOING NORTH.
STATIONS, i
Maijv; i Express.
Leave Charlot te,
" Concord,
" Salisbury,
" Lexington,
" High-Pointi,
Arrive GreensborQ
Leave Greensboro',
" Com p. Shops,
" Hillsboro,
" Raleish.
7.10 P. M.
8.21 V '
9.50 " '
10.51
11.58 A. M.
6.25 A. M.
7.26 .w. '
8.34- '
9.08 ; "
10.17 ,
12.50
1L00 Jh
Ll?10 " 1
,.1.45
3.ao -
4.53 '
8.C5 i
11.02 ,
12.20' P. 'M.
i, :-" iiu
Arrive at Golrtsboro,
GOING SOUTH.
' t tn'.'
STATIONS.
Mail.
.' EXPRJTSS.
.Leave Goldsboro', ,
V Raleigh,
" Hillsboro'. -
" Comp. Shops,
Arrive Greensboro,
Leave Greensboro'.'
' -High Point,
" Lexington, -"
Salisbury, '
" Concord,.
Arrive at Charlotte,
2.15 Fv'Al
3.30
4.00 ..i-
4.43
5.33
6:22 7.28"
8.30-
u'l -
A.
Passenger train' leaving Raleigh' at 7:45
p. m.rconnects at Greensboro' with No tfci
t.Tff5
ets same as Via o
Mail train dailv 'both wn.vs. nvor nrtttr
length oft road. . Express daiiy between
Compahy Shos and Charlotte. tSunday
AlSslnger trains conneet at rW-
boro' with trains to and from Richmond. ,
, Pullman Palace Carson all night trains
oeiween
ou
xtr
Special j Notice '1
a ereat many chancrei
uice.tms year, l
nnuiui ta ciiiiit'iis ui uanoue ana tne.
: i 7 2 V . i V- i " ".9 . r;"" .4
place at -my, establish ment. lam still all
. Parks' building, vwithf a ilarge and well
selected stook f tlie finest and latest-atvli
of custam-made xlothing for Men, Youths
and Boys swear, also on hand a fine stock-
ot Uent l?urnishing;G6ods, Shirts, ''M
and I wiU;still sell them at prices XoT defy
competition; m .,vi (.t m y.j4.4,'I ,1-;
I expect to, leaye? for. New York Cily'in'a
eiTenenced Cuttef and -Tailor,lancr will be
ready by Spring to cutand'inakertorder
at my, own establishment; AAd under, my
own supervision and a,t lower ,prjces tlan
- joue and the nublic in" ceneral for flm
MAIL. I
4.00 P, M.
7.45
10.21- "
12.05 "
1.30 . M.
2.15 "
3,04 "
4.02 "
4.57 '.' .
6.10
:LL ' .
jnarioite ana menmond. (with- l tnoution 01 'pictures or mft trrfldp? fHni
t change. i -a. K, AT.T.RN. 1 h cmKnM4.v . .ifu-cr i
.juuuup rnaiw, me ucoi. uiuiij; Dun h in me "j"X4.jm .ja Jteupint' wiin its artis
world.T The very latest styles, oT'IIats, tic attractions t ' , t
Scarfs, Bows and Ties: mbreBasTc.:&c ' - " -
siiorc time to lay. m my; stock of Clothing Jv? THE ALDINE wfll,, heteafterr be - ob
and Piece Goods, for. my Tailoring Estabr J tamable only by .subscription; There will
ushment and will also bririsr with."mfi an I be no rednced n Miih mtj ioh fn
f tii samk-rf. : NTiY 4? Vi ."i"" prompt miQTmation by
- . ; - IT - I
'JL Ton, Keyeftbff.;:.
EOPOSEStoforjnn;instrurt, imd : eori-
A:quct,.;in uanotte, kr y.,.-a uunou
and to give musical festivals.
Th.e income- from- which, is to be applied
to me purchasing oi jnaps uioues nu
Scientific Apparatus for the Charlotte In
stitute. , Also, to famish for the Institute
Orchestral , Instruments and Music, such
as are found in Seminaries of the largest
Cities South and North.' These-Instro-merits.
&c. will be placed tin the hands of
the Trustees, for the use of. and" to con-i
tinue. to be the. property ot tne4 Vhariotte
(N. C.) Institute for Young Ladies.. ' v
. Terms of admission; - i 1 $5.00
Instructions per month, - -2.00
Ladies and gentlemen desiring to become
membersof the Society wilt please leave
, their 'names at the boot store of' Messrs.
Tiddv & Bro. . r.i l. y - .. " -'- ,s '
dec7-6m-. id'::,'!.' -. f? 'f'1
;
; ' ' " . ;
D.: Hoofer's Female Piwa a positaye
ire for Suppression, or Irregularity, arish
cure for Suppression, or Irregularity, arw-
Snel from any pauses whatever. They are
.a riiH'Trffitlv harmless. ;
1 Every Lndy'tkould Uep a box tf lh
PUkanhand for vMtitcaieofnecd. ' i)'A
Price, $1.00 per box. tv Sent securely seaU
ed .to any address- on receipt of price.
Direct all orders,
l , .. u ".- , HOOPER & CO.,
PvO. Box 2453. - Philadelphia, Pa.
TROCHES of Lacto Phosphate, Lime
andPep8im. .- . -
jan 9 .) J rv.f ;t : .u
?xospectn,Ibr 1873.Tixtli Year.
An lllustratedMoniMy Jounmt universally
admitted to he " (he lldndsaitycst Periodi-"
?r cal in tlie World. A Representative
NOT FOB SALE IN BOOK STORES. .
THE ALMNE; wliich is issued with all
the. regularity, has none of the temporary
e-r 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 skill m black and white. A1-.
thoueh reach socceedinsr nuniber affords a
fregh pleasure Ut its friends, the real value-
ami beauty -of AJJJIMiS wili- b
moost appreciated atter It has "been bound
ur at the CHJsetrt the-ycar.
up at the etmem the -year. m"
. , Vhile bthfSrpdblications may:Claim sdpfr
nor cheapness, as compared with rivals of
a similar class, THE ALD1NE . is a unique
alone and amapproached,-absouteiy-without
competition in price or character;
The possessor of a complete volume can
not duplicate the quantity of fine paper, and
engravmgain any other shape or ji umber
I of volumes for ten times its cost : and then,
there are the chromos, besides! . v;
." ' 't AR-DEPARTilENT. :,;
'! Notwithstanding -the' increase in the
price of subscription' last Fall, whrt THE
ALDINE assumed its proportidhs and Tep
resentative tharcter the edition 'more than
doubled-during the past year;: proving that
the American public appreciate, and will
supporty a sincere, effort m the cause of Art.
The publishers,' anxious' 'to justify the
ready confidence thus demonstrated, have
exerted themselves to the utmost ta detel-
ope and improve: the work 5 and ther plans !
i for the commg- yeart as unfolded by the
monthly issues,' will astonish : and delight
even the most , sanguine friends of THE
ALDINE. ' m --i !
The nubliMiers are authorized to an
nounce designs . from many of the most
emmentartists oiAmenca. .
i In addition,1 pPHEf ALDlNE-fWill repro
duce examples '-ornte hesrYoreign' masters,
selected with a. view tp the highest artistic
success, and greatest general Interest 7
avoiding such as have become faiuiliar,
inrougu pnoirapya, or.: copies .01; any
kind.-' "
. Tlie quarterly tiniitl plateil, 4or 873," will
reprbduce four of John S. Davis? inimita-
ble child-aketches, appropriate to the four
seasons. These plates, appearing in the
issues forJanuaryi'iApril, July and Octo
ber, would be alone' worth the price of a
year's subscription! ! -
,The popular features of a copiously illus
irated f4Christhias" ' number will be con
tinued.' ; ,.
, To possess irtich a . valuable epitome of
thwart; world, at a cost: so ! trifling Will
command the subscriptions, of thousands'
?n ,';every , section t , of ,the , ;counf ry. ; but,
as the -usefulness and ' attraction of
THE ALDINE' can be enhanced-.'
(f";i;th proportion to the numerical increase of
HmpurvBnj,i uie puH8uen propose to
lb wing unparalleled offer of ' ' ' ' ''
PREMncflROMOS rOR 1873",
JIvery subscriber. to THE ALDINE, who
navs in advance for the vear 1873. wilt re
ceive, without additional charge, a pair of
eminent English painter. ' iThe pictures,
entitled 4,The Villaire Betle. And frw-
j Jng-tlie.Moor.V' are 14x20 inches are min
l ,..' ."-- ot lists ..iii il'ri. i- .
,iu iixuii uiuereuii- piaics, requiring 0
impressions and tints to perfect each w-
ture.i Thesame chromos are sold: for $30
(icr pair, u uic at b otures'i ias li IK inejoe
termination of its couductors to keep THE
ALDINE out of the reach 'faf comnetition
I" every.departhientrthe -chrdmos Twill h
laund correspondingly ahead 'of any that
can De onemt by other Periodicals. ' Everv
Sbsbriberwillreceive, a f certificate, over
the signature of Ihe publishers, ywuantec-
"f1 to thc R18 furnished the agent,1
or the money will be. refunded. .The' dis-
fFOr illlKtratinrm- Of Wrhmra '4
isovemoer issue oi x JtiJii alojia a.- .
h . t 7 vl-r
twi
ARDJHENRY STODDARD,, assisted -by
the best writers and poets oCthe davl who
will strive to have the literature of THE'
5 per annum, -in -advance, with
pa.
Chromos free.
senptions must be : sdrtt to the- 'publishers
direct, or handed to the'' local agent; ' w&Ai
out responsibility to the publishers, except- in
xases where the certificate is given, bearing
I A , st.j''j ir 'i
applyuig'to : ,vJ.
sutton & ca, "
A Mf f 1 i Publishers: t- f
A3 Maidep Lane, New York.
of Art .
cheaniiTaTrf wIT .TTr.""" p inparang vigor w
" r: n-iiUpli VA w ::"; . . b V f constitution USE V :: .
5aye-takenlthe achievements7 bf..imveFXri -4 1 3 1 ' v' "H.x-w w n
tectfully beg:to and ikwov !;? " . : " V U il l U D
ill continue. nnder thA-mm nf Xfi-l' T? TPtf:
- ..., .-.5 J. J
:ti
-Hi
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11 filial'
We are, prepared to do all kinds of Book
and Job Printing, from the smallest Card to
the,largest P6ster,! plain or in colors, printed
on .as reasonable terms as tho -same work
can bo done at any establishment in the
Statei- ; . . '
HwrcJiantl,, Uaimfacturerf , Profei-
iioml Hen, and others in want
. of Pnmphleta, BriefB, Jjq-
'Mi
"' gal, Blaryk".forni8 of
every kind, Busi-.
ns CardsVis-
' UIng:Card8r
Admission Cards, Invitation Bail
Tickets, Excursion Tickets,
Bailroad Tickets, Pro- I
grammes, Posters,
Handbills,.
Dodgers, Circulars, Statements, Ac,
.' ' '. ' '' ' '.v ' " '
Had better give ns, a call,.
as we'have a full supply of all kinds
of. Typeyfronr X-lft of an inclit:.$
f : i - . '.,
t m
inches.
Bexnember thai
vi :
I Bill Heads,
. 1 Letter Heads,: , .
r , , Railroad Blanks,
f- Isabels, 'V
Conductor Checks,
a - ii? '-TT.'' A "TT S
.-i-f. ci T- tr ?', r-
- fi
BOOK i JOB
r Orders from abroad? fWill 1 which ia prononnced by the leading znedi
rwt .feVr 1 ft catatithoriUesof London and Paais Vthc,
always receive prompt attention.
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'':4J,ifu mr-.oiisti n.4 y" ; . . ,1 tries, with wondtrfxd remedial results. .1
nptisfi liiRm: i i trpm. mi tsnio 'ini--i::'tijon't weaKen-ana- lmnair tne dieestive
J av Vf i-LviM ? rorR5ao;opDjSv Large,
ii .1Krji.a.fct.c(vM
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bULlllilllJ rlilll I IllU i f ''
U.T.rU'l F."!M '.ViH-.A
XODacco iiaoeiS. JJanaSi notices, SC;
. . ' - --y "
. JON&Mci;AIJQHIilN.JVff
Proprietora of Charlotte bbSe
!Kew Advrtisementsi
'l;tVTT?Tr Easily
made with Our
JUWXVJa.JLf' Stencil
and i Jcey-checK.
outfit. , V -Circulars- Free. - Stafford
M'J'g'Co., 66 Fulton Street,,.N..y.
jan-4w,- ;' f .. . .
TO.BOOKCANTASaE;
4 -: New Way of running a -boot. -Can
jCTt ; sell thousands, per , week. , Address
MURRAY BILL .PUBLISHING CO... 120
JCmISI OIU Bl CW X Win. Vyiljr.
jan 2B-4W t ; , .
Si ;i
VY Ai lUiU. Sewing Machine for
family inse, 'or act as agent, address WASH
INGTON SEWING. MACHINE CO. Bos
, ton. Mass. ;"! - r s,.
jam26r4w , ; . v,, ,
mO THE WORKING CLASS, male
X or: female,- $60 a week guaranteed.
Respectable ehlploymeiit at hometlay or
i evening7 nor capital reqmreQ ; iuu mstruo
tions and ; valuable, package- of goodsj to
start with sen free by mail. Address, w.ith.
e cent retuni stamp, ai. . x u u JN U x w., :iu
Courtlandt-st., New York. ' " v r' " ' '
fan 2fti4v ." ;i:' --'," -
4 ' J' :r . . . .
"pSYCHOMANCYor Soul Charming."
. How either sex anay-fascinate and
cain theloye and affections of any person
tliey choose, instantly. Ths, simple, menr
tal acquiremetKalL can possess , free,, by
mail, for 25cl,;':together r' with a niarria'ge
guide, Egyptian 0acle, Dreams, Hints
to Ladies. VVedding JNiffht Khirt, : etc A
queer book. Address T. WILLIAM & Co.
Pubs. Phila. - : .. ; . -
jan 26-4w r
Beu.deceivedi hut for couchs, colds, "sore
throat, hoarseness' and broncliial. difficul
ties, use only : ' '! I . 'i i
WELL'S CAEB0LIC TABLETS.
Worthless Imitations are on the ;market,
but the only scientific preparation of Cai
bolic Acid for Lung disease is when chcra-;
r cally ' combined with other ' well 1 known
remedies, as in these tablets, and all- par
ties are cautioned against using any others
. In ail cases ot irritation or the mucous
menbrane these, tablets should be freely
used, their cleansing and healing proper
ties are astonishing " , ', ' (
. Bewarned.neyer neglecta cold.it is easily
cured -in its - incipient, when it becblndS
chronic the cure is exceedingly difficult,
Price 25c. per Box , J ohn Q. JLellogg, 18
Platt.St,, N. Y., Sole Agent for the IJnited
States; Send for Circular.
jan 26-4 w
J jpne immense sala 10i000 in one Month our
LWIESTOE
28 years'
in
is having, PROVES it above all others the
book the MASSES -WAKT. It eoes like
WILDFIRE . Oyer. 60Q, pagers, only 2.50
Mre Agents .Wanteds r- ,
i! ii'NOTiOE. Be not deceived bv misrebre-
mienor works, but" send ior' circulars and
see Proof of stateraeints and great success of
our agents. Pocket eonipanion,.worth f 10,
mailed tree.
: HUBBARD BROS., .
Publishers,, 723 SamsonitA phila.
! jan 2&4w , .
"fr. New Oarpet " "? -
THE; GREAT WONDER. The Ncw-
England Carpet Co., established over a
quarter of a century aep, having expended
much time, talent and money, to protluce
a stvlrs hand durable caroet at a Iow-irice;
after years of experinienting with the best
artisans;, have brought out a carpet which
iiiey nave iianieu ami win oe Known tas
-uertnatKTapestrvjibeinsr. an exact muta
tion of Solid Brussels, - the first thousand
pieces, of which, in order to introduce
, theraJ will be sold for 37i cents, per yard
I sample sent by mail on receipt of 10 cents.
or 5 -different patterns 50 cents. ' ' j '
NEW ENGLAND CARPET CO.,4 1
373 .WashingtontBitston.Mass-
.jan 26-4 w.,.
ITOtiiiBiaiirtBlaal
Isn equaled by .any known remedy. , Jt
will eridicate, eSctripate "and thoroughly de
i stroy alt poisonous.' substantances ; in the
Blood and will effectually dispel all predis
i position to billious' derangement. . ? , ' : v,
"Is-there want of action in. your Liver A
j Spleen?: Unless relieved the blood becomes
i ihipure by deleterious secretions, product
ing peruiiuous or ski niseases. isiotiaiea;
rerons, r-ustuies, uanKer, Jtampies, tc. ..
LtHave you a Dyspeptic Stomach ? ;viJn-
less digestion is promptly aided the; system
is debilitated with poverty of the . Blood,
Dropsical tendency,, general Weakness and
inecna.? - . ... .,.: ! ;.;..;-
.Haveyou-weakness of the Intestines!?
You iare in danger of Chronic Diarrhoo or
Innaination of the Bowels.. - , -'
Have you weakness of the ITturine or
Urinary Organs Z You are exposed to
suffering in its most aggravated form.
4. Are you deiected, drowsy, dull, filoggish
or -depressed vin .spirits, wUh headache;
nfirio T-rw fAnmin nn1 In-! iAniln.. 9 .
eases, woakn esses and troubles ; for clean-
4-J .. ' 1 1 . . M J .
au tn e vi tai forces ; ior
restoring the weakened
E B A
most powerful tonic and alterative known
to the medical, world." i This ; is- no new,
drains bv cathartics. and physics. they rfve
owji temportux relief--Indigestloli flatu
lency and dyspepsia with'plies ina kindi
red diseases are sure" tdfollow ' their- use. :i '
.kj- i - JOHN Q. KELLOGG? -roj .
,f ISC Flat. 6UVewYark? Sole. Agent fori
t.hft I inited States. - .;&H7
ride One ;Dollat,per"! Bottle.. sSend for
JUST RECEIVED1:
i K'tveet-Potatoesa hDis.i J Large Onions,'
U Tierce of Sugar Cured Hams neir and
; very ne, jaecaier irpr oausage receiyeu
.UiW., .Fisher's celebrated Mince UeaL20
sacks -strictly Family. Flour, iJO bushels-t
nnrl i ATonntam AnnteiCtinmaii.lrish;
i rotatoes, wnea -j?ruit oi a" kiuos; 10 aoz.
of Domestic 'Fresh Canned: Peachesratid
ChereaU'ofwhK will.be. sdld .at'lhe
lowfigurea, at Jff-PMjJff
AFRICA
J; Si FBI If I. IPS
AT
WOtrLty inform, jth'e 'public 5that he is
YV now receivirii his. FALi; and WIN
TER STOCK of GOODS for MEN'S WEAR,
anu iiiTites au : wisumg anyimng. in ius
' J ! GIVE; HDlViA ICALU I
It' -4
IS
5j 11, vi-ttjjjiasr .ttii J.'rf
Of kll kindpmd atpwees wbch defyjjDOBVj
MIS BtOCK. Ot- AilWyjUS f.JP UltiNlSllljNtl
GOODS is large and unsurpassed for. beau-
4vv A vb llfT -r j i.'-.r-' -l r .".
11 ats ana uah oiie
styljBk,,fof
MEN "and JtJU.Xb j .t
3l
HAVINfi wrnd thp erviCfts'Kf a' No
1 cu.tter, f f am prepared to gfve satisfaciion
to all who favor me whh MJaeif natronage:
x iuvik; an, uuspecuou. 01 my ,guous uiu
prices. lRl " ; "
oct 12. . ,
, CHARLOTTE, 3, C; :
Authorized Capital $500,000.
' Jab. TtfiiKtK Ta.te, Presideht. : : ' ' !:'
-rTnos W. , DiwE," Cashier, ' - -
, F-H.pjnrar; " :c
AT TSE BANKING ikoUSE OF !'
TAfE:;4':.I)E!W.;EYl
miiis Bank Chartered Jjij$GT ' A'ct, bfj ' the
-A ; General Assembly and duly organized
under Laws of the Statesdf North Caroling,
with ample means' is prepared to transact
General Banking Business. i-
and furnish accommodations to all its Cus
tpiWrs on Liberal TerniSj.-, !' ',: ..
Tlie. bank wfllreceive'Detjosits suhiect to
Check, and-wiU Allow Interest . According
6r issue Certificates of Deposit beariiig in
terest at the rate. of . , . : ' ' ( , , ,
Eiglft per cent per i Annum
on all sums lykig undrawn;-! over thirty
days. . - c.'t .. j i ,,
Gold and Silvcir Coin; Bullion , and: old
Bank Notes Bought.and Sold; i .
: i TIIOS. yrr DEWEY,
ujan. 1 1873. : . I-'jj.. j-- Cashier.
School
Notice.,
MISS-II, MOORE givei notice that her
School, in -District ; Nir. 4) 'Charlotte
Township, is open- for the reception of all
whit?e efeildrcn'iiai a Free St'hool, as pre
scribed by law: ; S ' f . ;p::
Nfaii; 22--taWi;2W' )' (' .-4'!-'.;--'t' , - ,';
- . t.f
SINGLE GUNS.
At $2 QOiMfovM&-U ol, $6 00, $8 00,
, $10 00, $12 00. to. $20 00.. , .
Double
At $0 00, $7 50, l6 00, 12 00, $15 00,
, $20 00, $2500, $3000, $40 00; $50 00
to $75 OOy
Breech-Loading Bobble GpJis.
At $40 00i $4500,' $50 00, '$60 Q0, $75 00,
$00 00 $110 0p $l2p 00 to $300 00. ?
Smith & Wessoji, Colt's, Allen's - Witney
' and other kiftds.'at manufacturers'
"Ammunitioa 'i'tZnleinf nit's u
! I l.-m J 1 : -f . . l " -,ri .(, 4 .
For Breoch-Lpading Guns,;. at a'iihall ad-
yi viuice on Cost of Importation. ' ;:' '
i.'lt.Vil'JIi! I Hi -. l . i j; .'. '; '''.'!:- - - l T J
METALH3 AMMUNITION .FOR i RIFLES
AN D -ItiTO bS , AT'-LO WEST. . MAR
JLET. ' PRICES.- . - . ..
. A complete' ass'prtmehtjlif . all. Siwrt-inc
x.m:ki.s jpricea aiin.uiac(nptioii sear-on aiv
plication, t .. , .V' .
Goods shipped Ty ExpressJ(Jt; 0.. I? .
f " POULTS EYi'TRtM BLE CO.
other i celebrated nake ofunsoi hand.
aim uiipui itju i(j.iiii.cr.
sept 20 lSetid.i.v;-
"f
A1JOOIL FORTIiri JZUJLJOlf I
I a pnraMceaaMior td tb
7
:, Guido.
thMzaml irttn: with tk
UlMt diMf trial im ro4eBc aad DrvrtaUu fltaciac
Aw to prastm th complexion, Ac. . : ; i
' i Tkial a ma iaMr U w f M hmtn mm rizty
MM, with luiirou graviac, u4 MBtaiMTalaaM
Uforaatian for the who mr muTicd.er oaUvplmUaiar
l rimsm. BUlTUla boaK thataafarto b tilwiwlNt
M key, aa4 sat laid aartlawly aaaattha koaaa.
' It osauini tka ezparienca u aerie a f a pkyaletaa
': Wkoaa rapatatioa If world-wide, aaa ahaaM oa la tha ari-.
. . wataarawer af tTMyaiaia aatlewalatkroaKhaattiiaaBtira .
(lobe. It embraces ererythlng oa the abjeet af the re a- '
j araUreerateaji kat'.iaiwartar taawtat, a4 aaaok ttot im
., aotpablUh4iaaar ether wark. . : s(!f ..
5 SentU aay oae-lMe f paatsge) 9tHlt1MMVlJ
, -' AddraaaDr. BatU' OtoaaaaarrI, Xaiaaktraat
Bt.Laaia,Ma.,i ,; . f ,pa&t
' Balbr applriat to the otarieai acaeks whe adrertiaa la
AHftlia fimiTai nr 1
ay aaekBadia aeraaa Dr--;
Batta' warkaa matter whatyeaf aiataaeia , er bow oaf tor?
ir ana i wwwn i
Mm -1 B4arsaA br aoate a f t taaat ealabratad
i aaeaaiee a osdw -aepaa , ar i
m:l eiaaaraad. ay aaaieartBaaateate
aa 1 pralaaaera af tkla eaaatrr as Eareee, aad eaa aa
. aalted paraaaall; er y bmui, a
tfceaii
a la warn, taice ana pwwn, aa tint w
Ktweea Market and Ckaeakc, St.' LaaJSg Ma.
mT 2-d &wly ri, ; 4,
w . m r tt.f
1 il'i
AiUr !i UUAii all tr ;i-sxa A.s j -
: J .ym --to- f-ti';l . !.f y'Av.i l, t ui
mkOTTGtronl v 'fivis" vesirs 4oH.' Kas : the
...Largest J)alfy:CSwnilation oanyneWs
twDerln-: the-'!6tate" 'and'ia' Circulation '.ifif
Wilmington,' iSfty'- 'prstt.fc- larger than
that of any other papr. r
Now combined wkH the (L&Lnr a Fakmeb
making one of tbe.bestAMILy jJEWS-
IIAPEfiS in thtf Sotith-artmlationvery
large and rapidly increasi4i.
r i
via
Daily-Star,; l:yearr nr't,- r f htm $7iM
.3 months, .v
flli if J
2 00
-i.- K? " 6 months,1' . ",tJ- ! V'f 00
ri sear,
2 00
1 rmonths:. J'ts " t"1' $0.
" tt' may he safely assei
rted that, no newil
paper.' ever established jn-' Nortlr Carolina
j has made'.Btrch'Vrapid-'iprDgress "te 1HE
iMORyiNG;STAR. --"T4 -.'.'muiw y
fsBeUd fiat twedmeri' copffiSJ'vf It
i oJ 4f4-ni-Addstssjjr.:i VNir'fYrf J
'.rr- vr w-v-w
iy Ji. 114 JBlSKiN AKD. 1
jan 9
.Q '-fit .wft-SAjL. " -
... i
' Iinportersi' Xov a&.j! Jjmone S.t.;
Baltlmore.T',. - rtf-v , i,-, f '.-V ",
" Richafcrs Douiral s. Greene's. '. Scolds ."A
. .wUniingtoh, N. C.
ElCHTI0ra ;& DAJTVTLLE E. E.
CONDLJKSED'TIIE-TABI.E.
In eTect on- and after-Sunday, October 13th
Stations. ; Mail?-si" Express;
Ieave Gr6nbdro - S.OOarin. ' ll.io a m
Danville .if4.40
;Bnrkville 9.44
1-22 p.
1 11
m.
JArve .at Richmond 12.45 p. m.
9.40 "
GOING SOUTH.
.Mail. -Exures!r
'.Stltions
Leave llichmonI is T.50"p.- m.- 5.10
: -Burkville 5.12
8.28
12.57 p. m.
Ary at UrnsWoro .12.25 a-.m-: . 3.30
,1 xrains ieanng xuenroona at 1.50 p. m
and-at 5.10 jbl. m connect atr Greflnsif
Xwith trainsn-NpJthCjetolina Division, for
.. .Tassengers leaving "TQchmond at 1.50 n,
m'connect at Greensboro with train for
all points East of .Greensboro.
' .Passenger train leaving- Raleign at 6 45
p,.m. connect at Greensboro' with North
,ern: bound Mail train, arriving in Rich
mohd at 12-4& p. n. ., .... .
: ' i : V R-MACMURDO,
' ' V- Gen?Jeigbt& Ticket Agent
,' Engineer & Gen'l Superintendent
' octao . ..
WttMnOBT. CHARLOTTE AND
Offick Chief. England Qen'i.. Sup't.
Wilmington, N." C. June 26, 1872.
' CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Until further notice the-regular trains
will run over this road as lollows :
'- REQULAk FREIGHT TRAINS.
1 lijeaye Wilmington, ".daily, at J5 a. m., and
arriveat30p.'tni' , !mr-
PAS8ENGERAND EXPRESS FREIGHT
TARlNSi
Leave Wilmington, dailv.at 7 a. m
arrive at 8:30 p. jn.
: Jeave Lilesville, daily, at 6:15 a. m., and
arrive at 4:15 p. m. ,,. '
, Two Special Freight Trains for Toa
LnmheunirregUlttrly;' -
j.oiraci8on unaays. .
' '' S.1 L. FREMONT,
1725 sup' t.
tTILMINOTOIT & WELBON BAIL.
'VV SO AD COMPANY.
: Office of General Superintendent,
: . : ; Wilmington, N. C, June 3, 1872.
. M CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Oo and after Monday, June 10th, Passen
ger. Ira ins on the W: & W. Railroad will
run, as pllors; f r...f ,.
' . Af AI L TRAIN.
Leave Union Depot dally fSnndavs
ceptedjat ' : 8:lo A.
Arrive at Goldsboro' at 12 11 P M
" at Rocky Mbunt at , 2:11 "
,4v at Wekioniit'l r -3i50
Leave Weldon daily Sundays ,
excepted at h 9:15 A M-
Arrive at Rocky Mount at 11:07 "
" ; Golrlsborp' at' 1:16 P M-
" . Union Dep6Tar "" " SOSO '
Leave Union Depot, daily, at
Arrive at Goldsboro at
, j . ." , atitocky Modiit iti ' s ;
' at Weldon at
LeaVe Weldon: daily, at
10:40 P. M.
3:00 A. M '
i4:fe6 - "
650 "
7:10 P. M.
:6i "
10 68 "
' ,3:10 A. M.
connection t
ArriVe at itoefcy Mount at
in " at Goldsioro at
u '-?. at,XJnl6n DetHt tit'
. .Mall Tralhi inakes clbse
Wldbrc for alloint North Yia Bay Line
EpresH t Train., connects only with
Apquia Creek, route- Pullman's Palace
Sleeping Cars on thls Train;
-Freight Trains w leave Wilmington
tri-weekly,'at 6i00 a. in. and arrive at 1:40
p.' m. ' ExpressFreight i Trains will leave
daily Sundays excepted J at & p. m. and
arrive at 11a. m.. ' JOHN P. divinv
j25. : -"-; Gen'l Sup't.
RALEIGH AND GASTON R. E.
CHANGE OF SUUEUULE.
'SuperUitehdent's Office,
- . ;; Raleigh; N, C., June 15th, 1872.
-On. and after Monday, June I7tb. 1W2,
trataS ott the' Raleigh. & Gaston llallroad
U-ill run daily "fckmdays excepted as lol
low : , ,
" "1: . MLiSL'tFR AI2f j ' . . -
Ieavls-Italvigh W ' - ' - ' 10 00 A. M.
Arrive at, Weld! - : ;;30 P.M.
Leavu Weldon ati . &15 a. M.
Arxive.atRa.lfcisl) 3:05 P.M.
ACCOMODATION TRAIN.
LeaTe8ale.iglitat:I M - 8 00 P.M.
Arrives at Wjdon, .- ; 6:20 A. M.
Leav,es, Weldon, - - - ):lo P.M.
Arfiyt s at 'Raleigh; i,; 7 - . t,-M A. M.
-. The 'mail train makes close connection
atWeldoiv vi tix: the seaboard and Roa-
.13ltinio'rei to andlr-jwi' ail poinU North.
J,e ana Northwest, ahd with Petersburg
.RailroaW-!'ria:Pe!feHurg, Richmond and
WUshiHgrt nf toand frtUn all points North
and Northwceh j -sj.i j , - -f
And at Ralelsrll wltli thft North C.vrolinft
f Rdiroad laafid fronl all pbints South and
i,.t'WweMj'aauwu.n.ine itaieign anu Au
gusta Air Ltue" to Haywood and Fayette-
AeComTnodati'hn nrvii VroiorHt. trn4ns cOn-
.nect at'Weldbn with Acconuiiddation aud
. FrcigUnraing8 sWboard and Roanoke
ai roiJunaii-eier&DuTg Kaliroad. -
Aiid -at. Italeigli-wnh Accommodation
and Freight trains on North Carolina U. R.
Persons living along the lne of the road
ia. visit Itaieiglv in the morning by the
Accommodation-' train, remain several
hoars and return; the same evening.
-T'-i-fV. - -,i ; : i A.. R. ANDREWS,
,Jaly25. V , , yi. ; Gen., Sup'.t
f AKEIGH & AUGUSTA ATR
Jti XIJTB BAlIROAI.
BnDerint
rintendent's Offlce,"
Raleigh. N.
v., wmuv 4VVU, 4CI4I.
On and after Monday. June 15th. 1872.
C, June 13tn, 1872.
trains the Raleigh and . Auensta Air-
Line Railroad wlil run daily, Sundays ex- :
;epiuj ao ioyyya i . . ...
Mail train leaves Italeifil f 315 P. M.
Mail train' leaves Sanlord,5- &45A. M.
:i: f Arrlve-at, Raleieh. i fit4A.' -
f Mail, train: makes; close. r.onnnt.tfin at
Raleigh with the Raleigh and -Gaston rail
road, to and 'from, all points Ndrth:
' . And at Sanford with tha-"Western Rail
road, to and frornvFayetteville and points
oa We? fcejn. .RaUrpad.--. .,. f
TV ...t - ; A. Oi., ANDREWS.
4.. A4W4U4 Vf kj,
superintendent.
i-..
TG .TAKE JBFFIX3T .
, Monday, tSeptemher1 3Wh,' 18T2.
'..."!:: '('! .....itil..' ..i,. ;.
Atlanta & Eicix-Air-Line Eailway.
-'Times a iWek Mondays, Wednes-
?Vw' - .y? "'anci'' Fridays
WhitaWXl:jLn.r4,H7,1!, .11
A " .I -- l-i?n lr -yj : :v1'Wf
26
l; tlassehges a)id Freight; Mondays,
-4 4 r 1 . . ----- ,
ifTATlONSj
Uanbalda,"" 11:5 ny f i; 4.50 ' -Charlotte,'
'wO ... 6.58 "
Wcjept hy'gpecial' Orders-. from this
Ofii(,;;Vafa bv this Trim.: Five Clnts per
i" : r. t 1 . :..
mile, ,,'ily all QtheraTeh iCehts per mile.
f S hiK Jltfavr. ; . Abeive.
Whitaker's, iy 2.30: - 2.20p.m.
rKipg's Mountain. 3.12 r 3.02 "
Gastottla, ' ''T4:11 '' ' 4.04 "
scpt'23 Jdecr1 ana'Seperindent.
    

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