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TUESDAY, JA.N. 3. 1882.
Ihalahx Louox Na 81, A. t. ft A. M. -Regular
nifeeilng every second and fourth Monday nights.
Exclusion Lodox No. 281, JL.T.& k. M. Reg
ular meeting every Oral and third Tuesday nights.
Chablotts Chaptib Mo. 80. B. A. ML Regular
meeting every second and fourth Friday nights.
Chablottx CoimxirDiRY No. 2. K. T. Becular
meeting every first and third Thursdays.
SZ. OIF n.
KurSHTB or Honob. Regular meeting ereiy
second and fourth Thursdays.
TZ. OF IP
Knights or Ptthias. Regular meeting nights
first and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock p. m. at Ma
sonic Temple Ball.
I. O. O. 3P.
Chabijttb Lodox No. 88. Meets every M m
MicxuarBUBS Dbclabattoh Lgdox Na fc
Meets every Tuesday night.
Dixib Lodox No. 108. Meetavery Thursday
Catawba Riykk Emoaxfmxbt No. 21. Meets
lrst and third Thursday nights lu each month.
lodet wnw Ad-rertittemen
J. w. Long- Notice.
LeRoy Davidson Buckwheat Flour, 4c
Commonwealth Lottery Company.
J. . MoCauley Sale of Bonds.
II US IN El NOTICE.
WHY ABB YOU BILIOUS?
Because you nave allowed your bowels to become
costive, and liver torpid. Use Kidney-Wort to pro
duce a free state of the bowels, and It will stimu
late the liver te proper aotlon. cleanse the skia ef
Its yellowness, cure bilious headache, and cause
new life in the blood. Druggists have It, bo h dry
and liquid. Zlen's Herald.
' The Florence Nightingale ef the Jfnrsery.
The following Is an extract from a letter written
to the German Reformed Messenger, at Chambers
Just open the door for her. and Mrs. Wlnslow
will prove the American Florence Nightingale of
the nursery. Of this we are so sure that we will
teach eur Susy to say, -'A Blessing on Mrs. Wins
low" for helping her to survive and escape the
f:rlplng. collcklng and teething siege. Mrs. wins
ow's Soothing Syrup relieves the child from pain,
and cures aysentery and diarrhoea. It softens the
gums, reduces inflammation, cures wind colic and
earries the Infant through the teething period. It
performs precisely what it professes to perform,
every part ef it nothing less. We have never seen
Mrs. Wlnslow know her only through the prepa
ration of her "Soothing Syrup tor Children Teeth
ing." If we had the power we would make her,
as she Is, a physical saviour to the Infant race.
Sold by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
The unparalleled success of Simmons Liver
Regulator has stimulated unscrupulous Individ
uals to Issue Imitations and substitutes which, be
ins totally unlike the genuine in their effect and
mpi.8tt.ion, are calculated to injure the well
earned remedial reputation of Simmons Liver
hegulator-a purely vegetable medicine contain
Ins no mineral poison, manufactured by a chemi
cal process and by Improved apparatus originated
and only used by J H Zellin 4 Co., Philadelphia.
Let the poor .sufferers from female complaints
take courage and rejoice that a painless remedy
has been found. We relt-r to Lydla X. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound. It Is prepared at '233
Western Avenue. Lynn, Mass. Send to Mrs. Pink
ham for pamphlets.
To pro mote a vigorous growth of the hair, use
Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores the youthful
color to gray hair, remove dandruff, and cures
tchlng rf the scalp.
A Congn, Cold, or Sore Throat Shoal Not be
neglected. "Brown's Bronchial Tioches are a sim
ple remedy, and will generally give Immediate ro
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold IB
competition with the m altitude of low test, short
wslght, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
nov23 New York.
LeRoy Dav'dson, Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. a
A Young man who has had considerable ex
perience, desires a situation as assistant book
keeper or clerk, In a grocery store. Best of refer
ences given If required. Address "G"
Janl 3f Care Observer Office.
JjUORIDA ORANGES and LEMONS; also on
hand Turkeys, Geese, Eggs and Cranberries,
Buckwheat Flour and New Orleans Molasses.
dec23 8. M. HOWELL.
NEXT Wednesday at 10 o'clock a m., a lot of
furniture of all kinds will be sold at the
Charlotte Botel, to the highest bidder.
Janl M. BCHLOS8.
Chew only the brand of tobacco known as The
Old Oaken Bucket
rpHE old Oaken Bucket,
JL The Iron-bound bucket,
The moss-covered bucket.
That hung in the welL
CHAS. R. TONES.
Charlotte. N. C, Sole Agent,
Liberal terms to dealers.
THE CHOICEST COLLECTION OP
ever exhibited Id Charlotte, at the
J. BROOKFIELD 111
Our Stack to eemnlete to all its branches, and
everything will be exhibited. Cari early and aveld
the rush and get first choice. "
China Tea and Dinner Setts, Chamber Setts,
asea. Cologne setts. Cuds and. Muss. loerxnea.
Plaques and Fruit Plates, Bison Figures, Writing
Desks, Smoking Setts, Tor Pianos, Tool Chests
and Banks, Jfancy Baskets and Work Stands,
Japanese Boxes and Trays, the finest collection of
noils. Banxs. uuDoer muia. valines, nusictu ivvrn
and tots, jkc , me.
Bonn en iPLtrrc.
IW A furniture sale will take place
at the Charlotte Hotel to-morrow.
The L O. TJ. Bi had a social
gathering last night at the residence of
Mr; C. C. Smith.
tW Mr. Schloss, the former propric
tor of the Charlotte Hotel, will conduct
a hotel business in Wilmington this
tW Every fellow who had time yes
terday morning gathered his gun and
made for the fields to see how the rab
K3T Yesterday being a legal holiday,
no market reports were sent out by
the Associated Press. There were no
changes in the city cotton market.
CrT Acknowledgment Is made to the
committee of arrangements for an invi
tation to a new year ball, which came
off last night at Bu trier's hotel, Salem,
tW The snow fall of Saturday night
threw the wood market into a feverish
state yesterday, but the favorable
weather of the latter part of the day
brought it to a normal condition again.
tBy the recent change in trains
on the Carolina Central Railroad pas
sengers can go to or from Raleigh over
the Hamlet route on Sunday, which
will be found of convenience to the
traveling public '
tThe condition of the street in
front of the Hornet engine house is
such as to render it very difficult to get
the engine out The matter should re
ceive attention, as quick work is very
important in the movement of fire en
gines. t37The opportunity is seldom of
fered to our people of witnessing a su
perior rendition of two of Shakespeare's
best comedies in one evening, but
Ward proposes to-morrow evening to
present two of the master's pieces that
cannot fail to draw a large audience.
Elect lea of Officers.
At a meeting of Charlotte Lodge,
No. 88, 1. 0. O. F held last night, the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing term :
N. G C. T. Walker.
V. G.--R. F. Hunneycutt.
R. S. II. D. Duckworth.
P. S. G. B. Nazaenus.
T. J. A. Bixby.
Last night about eight o'clock a negro
named Ben Grant entered McAda'ns
drug store, and while Mr. Robt. Gray,
the clerk, was engaged behind the pre
scription counter, snatched up a package
containing a dozen bottles of perfu
mery, and darted out at the door. He
was closely pursued, but made his es
cape, lie will, no doubt, be caught, as
he is well known to the police. Several
parties were in the store at the time of
On to Washington.
Hon. D. A. Jeukins, of Gaston, has
gone to Washington again to look af
ter the internal revenue colleetorship.
He is sanguine of getting it himself, or
of defeating Cooper, with whom he is
having the tussle for the place. We
have no doubt that a large majority of
the people of the district would decided
ly prefer Mr. Jenkins. The fight will
soon be over, as it was understood
when Mr. Jenkins was here a week ago
that the matter would be decided
within ten days or two weeks.
I m i
Raleigh and Greensboro are both
moving in the matter of providing
against the appearance of small-pox,
which is prevalent to. an alarming ex
tent id many large cities north of us,
and it might be well for Charlotte to
keep a lookout in this direction also.
At Greensboro the town commission
ers last week passed an ordinance re
quiring every person in the town not
heretofore vaccinated, to have the oper
ation performed at once under a penalty
of $5 for failure. We mention this
fact to let our people see what precau
tions are being taken at other places,
and leave the subject with those whose
business it is to look after the interests
of the city.
A very commendable and deserving
enterprise of the South is the Trades
man, a semi-monthly publishecLat Chat
tanooga, Tenn., devoted to the indus
trial interests of the South.
An office was established at the Cot
ton Exposition, being the only news
paper office on the grounds, from which
thousands of copies were issued gra
tuitously. The December number con
tains an entire list of Southern indus
tries, which, considering the magnitude
of the undertaking, is very correct, suf
ficiently so to form a valuable work of
reference for the commercial man and
the manufacturer. It also contains the
name, address and nature of goods dis
played by every exhibitor at the Cotton
Exposition, and a summary of the re
sources Of the South. The issue will
be of great benefit in giving informa
tion in regard to the South to capital'
ists and others, and should be in the
hands of every business man.
Almost a &erlea Fire.
About half-past nine o'clock last
night fire was discovered in the grocery
store of J. IL Ratteree. on Tryon street
The alarm was immediately given, but
before the engines reached the scene
the door was broken open and several
parties entered and extinguished the
flames, which were making rapid head
way. An old trash barrel in the rear
room of the store took fire and was al
most entirely consumed, and the flames'
were communicated to a large kerosene
tank, partly filled with oil, but before
an explosion occurred the Are" was
smothered and the tank saved- It was
a most narrow escape from a serious
firjp, as the store is located in one of the
most crowded portions of the city
and is nttirely surrounded with wood
en buildings. How the fire orginated
is at present' nnknown, ' though there
was fire in the store at the time, and a
spark may have done the work,
- TADZD OB GRAY HAIB gradually recovers Its
youthful color and lustre by the use oiParkert
Hair Balaam, an elegant dressing, admired for Its
' parity and rich perfume,
A BBOKEN SKULK.
What a Peet-iriertem Bovealea A If o
srro Child nxtrdoro fcy Pegmss.
On or about the 1 6th of December a
little colored 007 named James Wilson,
aged about six years, died in this city
at the house of his father, John Wilson,
from what was said to be typhoid fever.
Rumors soon were put afloat that the
child came to its death by starvation
and brutal treatment, and the reports
seemed to have sofficent truth to war
rant an investigation of the matter.
Last Saturday Coroner Alexander came
into town and impanelled a jury of six
men, consisting of Messrs. C C King, J.
F. Harris, W. JEL Gray, Jasper Alexan
der, J. W. Wilson and W. M. Cross, and
exhumed the body. Dr. Wilder, the
county physician, made a partial post
mortem examination, after which wit
nesses were summoned and testimony
taken. Six or seven witnesses who
were examined testified to having seen
the child abused on different occasions
in a most inhuman manner,' and that it
was not properly fed or clad. The ex
amination was continued until yester
day, and after the testimony was taken
Dr. Wilder, who was not prepared on
Saturday to make a critical examina
tion of the body, had the grave re-opened
and made a thorough investigation,
which revealed the fact that the base of
the skull had been broken across, and
that there was an accumulation of pus
at the break; that the brain had sus
tained sufficient injury to cause death.
A negro woman living with Wilson,
Emeline Springs by name, is charged
with having inflicted the injuries which
resulted in death, by throwing the boy
against a pot and breaking his skull.
She disappeared from the city shortly
after the death of the boy, and t her
whereabouts is at present unknown, as
is also that of the father.
Upon the evidence and the facts the
jury returned a verdict charging Eme
line Springs with the murder of James
Wilson, and his father, John Wilson,
with being an accessory to the act
Several parties were arrested under
suspicion of being implicated, but the
evidence was not sufficient to warrant
their detention, and they were released.
The coroner is of opinion that he
will be able to bring the guilty parties
to justice, as it is to be hoped he will,
for the evidence and facts show that
the boy has been most cruelly mur
dered by degrees, the horrible crime
being completed when his skull was
broken. The father stands on the
same footing in relation to the deed as
does the woman, as it is in evidence
that he was cognizant of the cruelty
practiced on his child,, and even par
ticipated in the devilish work.
The Tax on Drummers.
Some time since there was a meeting
of about three hundred drummers, rep
resenting business houses in almost
every section of the country, held in
Atlanta, Ga, for the purpose of com
pleting an organization, the object of
which is to obtain a repeal of the laws,
both municipal and State, under which
commercial travellers are taxed. This
is a question that has been discussed
throughout the country for some time
past and one which. interests directly
every town and city in this and every
other State. Pending any action which
this organization may take looking to
the relief sought there has been a very
important decision jiut rendered by
the Kentucky court of appeal, which is
wholly in favor of the commercial men.
In a test case submitted the presiding
justice took section 2 of article 4 of the
constitution of the United States
which declares that "the citizens of
each State shall be entitled to all the
priviledges and immunities of citizens
in the several States," and held that
while the supreme court had not fixed
the extent of meaning to be attached
to the word "privileges and immuni
ties," yet they are of comprehensive
meaning, and the clause quoted unmis
takably secures the right of a citizen of
one State to pass into another for the
purpose of engaging in lawful com
merce, trade or business, and to be ex
empt from any higher taxes than are
imposed by the State upon its own
citizens. The court also held that; there
was no difference between the tax
upon the sale of an article and a tax
upon the article itself, and hence an or
dinance requiring a license fee from a
non-resident greater than is required of
a resident is unconstitutional.
Week of -Prarer.
The executive committee of the Evan-
gelical Alliance have issued a pro
gramme for a week of prayer, begin
ning with the first of the year and end
ing next Saturday, as follows:
Tuesday, January 3d Humiliation
and confession on account of individual,
social and national sins.
Wednesday, January 4th Prayer for
the blessing of God on His Church, and
Thursday, January 5th. Prayer for
the young and all agencies for Christ
Friday, January 6th Prayer for the
universal prevalence of peace and right
eousness. Saturday, January 7th-Prayer for
Christian mission, the outpouring of
the Holy Spirit and the conversion of
llsating of the Couar Commissioners
The board of county commissioners
met in regular monthly session yester
day morning. Most of the day was con
sumed in passing upon claims doe in
dividuals for various services, and for
the support of paupers. 1
The line of school district No. 17 was
slightly changed, and Rev. G.R. White,
Messrs., A. G. Kirkpatrick and E. C.
Bell were aoDointed as school commit
teemen for the district The lines of
districtaSNos. 73 and 80 were also slight
Mr. A F. Y andle, the keeper of the
poor housed submit his report for the
month end.ed ; December Slat from
which it is learned that there trere 22
white and 20 colored paopert In that in
stitution on the 1st of the month. The
business transacted, other than what is
mentioned was of n public impor
tance whatever. ,; j .
In these advanced stags of br
where rreat oreanle decay precludes the sslbltt
ty of restoration. Dr. Bull's eough syrup wes very
grateful ease and relief to the weary sufferer.
Reduction la Tcfeffffcpn. Ra4
A new schedule of rates for messages
over the wires of the Western Union
Telegraph Company went into effect on
the 1st, by which the rate on messages
within the State is reduced about 80 per
cent, while that to points throughout
the country has been reduced material
ly. By this schedule the maximum rate
in the State is reduced 20 per cent,
while the half -rate, or night message,
has been superceded by a night message
the rate of which will be about three
fifths of full or day rates. The reduc
tion on day and the (increase on the
night rate will bring the cost of the two
so close together as to leave little in
ducement to use the latter on account
of its cheapness. A large number of
towns in the State having a rate hereto
fore of 40, 45 and 60 cents are now plac
ed at 25, the lowest figure at which a
message can be sent, day or night, and
there can be no doubt that the company
will experience an increase in day mes
sages by the reduction. The change
may be said to be more of an equaliza
tion than a reduction, but it amounts to
the latter in the business within this
New Tear Dinner.
Mr. Eccles, of the Central Hotel, yes
terday had quite a large namber of his
friends to partake of his new year din
ner, which is a custom he never fails to
observe, and one which is highly enjoy
ed by those who partake of his hospi
tality. The large dining hall was most
tastefully arranged, the tables being
placed so as to form the letter H, the
first initial of the host's name, while
fronting the entrance was the motto,
"A Happy New Year," with a small
chromo "After Dinner," underneath the
motto. The best description of what
was placed before the guests can be
found in the menu, which is given be
low: Soup Mock Turtle, Consomme a la
Fish Boiled Kennebec salmon, pickle
Boiled Pig jowl with turnips, leg of
Southdown mutton, caper sauce. Ful
ton market corned beef and cabbage,
smoked tongue, magnolia ham, chicken,
Cold Dishes German potato salad,
roast beef, spiced beef, corned beef, su
gar cured ham.
Roast Ham of Pork and apple sauce,
loin of mutton, brown gravy, breast of
veal stuffed, turkey stuffed, cranberry
sauce, ribs of beef, roast beef.
Entrees Queen Victoria fritters,
vanilla flavor, cutletts de veau, a la Por
tugais, chicken salad, en Mayonaise,
macearoni baked, a la Italienne, calf's
head, stewed, en vinaigrettes, deviled
crabs, Maryland style.
Vegetables Sugar corn, mashed Irish
potatoes, boiled rice, celery, white peas,
baked sweet potatoes, baked Irish pota
toes, cabbage, cold slaw, oyster bay as
Pastry and Dessert Plum pudding,
hard sauce, mince pie, vanilla ice cream,
marble cake, fruit cake, jelly cake,
Dover cake, wine, crackers, Pinafore
drops. Pecan nuts, raisins, ginger snaps,
English walnuts, almonds, apples, Flori
da oranges, bananas, confections, coffee,
Real Estate Transfers.
The following transfers of real estate
were made in this county, as shown by
the register's books, during the month
P.S. McLauchlin to J. S. Collins, city
C. Dowd, trustee, to Paul McKane,
J. M. Parks to M. S. McSloop, land.
Isaac Reed and others to school com
mittee of district No. 64, land.
J. W. Abernethy to J. McLaughlin,
W. P. Little to Geo. W. Little, land.
M. B. Means to J. A. McLure, land.
W. W. Grier to T. G. Irwin, lot at
S. Wittkowsky to John Washington
E. A. McCaulay, commissioner, to J.
W. Brown, land.
S. J. Stewart to J. Mc. Kerns, land.
J. E. Wallace to J. Mc. Kerns, land.
C. A. Hoover to school committee of
district No. 1 1 , land.
M. B. Hipp and others to A. Alexan
R. C. Bell to W. R, Thorn, land.
J. R. Erwin, commissioner, to T. B.
J. R. Kirkpatrick to S. P. Alexander,
J. G. Potts, executor, to J, H. Potts,
T. L. Alexander to J. R. Pharr, city
Wm. Smith to S. P. Alexander, land.
J. W. Graham, trustee, to J. M. Alex
A. V. Lee to D. P. Lee, land.
M. M. Orr to J. M. and A. Campbell,
John Randolph to M.N. Yandle, land.
J. M. Hanna to J. A. Softly, land.
J. M. Miller, commissioner, to Paul
McKane, city lot
JOSH BILLINGS HBABD FROM.
Nxwpobt, R. L, Aug. 11, 1880.
Dear Bitters I am here trying to breathe In all
the salt air of the ocean, and baring been a suf
ferer for more than a year with a refractory liver,
I was induced to mix Hop Bitters witb. the sea gale,
and have found the tincture & glorious result
I bare been greatly helped by the Bitters,
and am not afraid to say so.
Tours without a struggle.
Constitutional skin diseases of a scorbutic char
acter are successfully treated with Dr. Benson's
Skin Cure, Internal and external treatment, both
pleasant. It certainly removes scrofula, eruptions,
dandruff and tan and makes the skla smooth and
. rUNEBAI NOTICE, ,
The tnneral of the late Frank C Brown, who
died at the residence of his father. In this ettjr
yesterday, wm take place today at 3.80 p. m., from
St. Peter's church. The friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
SALE OF BONDS.
BY Virtue of an order of the Superior Court of
Alamance county, m the ease at AMs King
and others against W. D. and A Murray and
others, I wfll offer for sale at the eoort house door
in Greensboro, N.C, at pootte auction, for cash,
en Mondayi the th day of Februarr, 1883, at 12
o'clock M., eight 18) bonds ef the. county of Car
teret Issued FebroarT20th, i860, eacnfor SS0O
and one February 20tli. lggo, to eaoh ef watch
bonds eeopoes are attaehed for interest at 6 per
cent, from February 20th, 1876 ' ,
Parties desiring furthur information can address
my attorney, James S.' Boyd, Esq., Greensboro.
N.C. V. ft A MeCATJLlY,
an8 Ids ' - ' ' ' ' Beoelrer.
I Signed a note, payable to W. B. Mott, for $525,
dated 21st September, 1881L which note was
obtained under raise pretense, and I lorwam any
person or persons from trading for said note, asl
do not intend to pay IV . . J. W. LONG.
; Ml Monroe, K G,
The Political Prospect 1st Now York
It seems not altogether certain that
the Democrats will have it all their own
Way in organizing the Senate and Home
of Representatives at Albany at the
session now about to open. They have
a ma J jrity, it Is true, but John Kelly is
in the way, as usual, and proposes to
hold "the balance of power. The Le
gislature consists of 17 democrats to 15
republicans in the Senate, and 67 dem
ocrats to 61 republicans in the House.
It is thought that the "Boss" will desire
his men to play the part at Albany that
Gen. Mahone played at Washington
last winter, co-operating with the re
publicans rather than with those of his
own alleged political faith.
Calllston of a Freig-at Train With a
Indianapolis, Jan. 2. A street car
at the crossing of Virginia Avenue and
Union Railroad track, was run into by
a freight train of the Wabash Railway
this morning. Sister Mary Assumption
Conery, of St Mary's Catholic Academy,
while attempting to get out of the street
car was thrown under the freight train
and instantaneously killed. One other
passenger in the car had his foot
Honors of the Treasurer of Iosssl.
Des Moines. Iowa. Dec 30. The
State treasurer reports the receipts for
the two years ended December 1, to
have been $2,162.900 90, and the dis
bursements $2,035,050 89, leaving a bal
ance on hand of $91,850 51. The gen
eral warrants are at par, none are
drawing interest and funds are on
hand to meet every legitimate demand
against the State, a condition not be
fore attained since 1876.
Charleston News and Courier Sold.
Chableston, S. C, January 2. The
News and Courier newspaper was to
day sold by its owners, Riordan & Daw
son, to a joint stock company for $100,
000 cash. The management of the
paper will remain substantially un
Shot by mistake.
Kansas City, Jan. 2. Joe Burnes, a
negro barber, was shot and killed by
officer Lovett, who, mistaking him for
a thief, ordered him to halt Burnes
refused to stop and was shot dead.
Lovett has been exonerated.
DO IT FAIL
TO CALL AT
BEJORX tou make
Ws will not here attempt
to enumerate what we hare
bat If yon will call we will satisfy you that we hars
the finest assortment of
ever brought to this market
Call and see our Display whether you buy or not.
fine lot of
of all dessripUons, Just reeeired. Be member
none can under-buy us, and none can
tmder sell as.
Everybody wants It but very few get ft,
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roasting
or making. To obviate these difficulties
has been our study. Thurber's package
Coffees are selected by an expert who un
derstands the art of blending various fla
vors. They are roasted in the most perfect
manner (it is impossible to roast well in
small quantities), then put in pound pack
ages (in the bean, not ground,) bearing our
signature as a guarantee of genuineness,
and each package contains the Thurber
recipe for making good Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's "No. 84,"
strong and pungent Thurber's "No. 41,"
mild and rich. One or the other will
suit every taste. They have the three
great points, good quality, honest quan
tity, reasonable price. Ask your Grocer
for Thurber' a roasted Coffee in pound pack
ages, "No. 34" or "No. 41." Do not be put
off with any other kind your own palate
will tell you what is best
Where persons desire it we also( fornlsh
the "IdeaT' Coffee-pot the simplest best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
H.K. & P. B. THURBER & C0n
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P. & As the largest dealers in food pro
ducts in the world, we consider it our In
terest to manufacture only pure and whole
some goods and pack them In a tidy and
satisfactory manner. All goods bearing
our name are guaranteed to be of superior ,
quality, pure and wholesome, and dealers (
are authorized to refund the purchase
price. In any case where customers have.,
cause for dissatisfaction. It Is therefore
to the Interest of both dealers and con
sumers to use Thurber's brand.
StXNTBAL BOTH Greens
VJboro. X. C first class tn ererr
respect, and the best located
noose m ute cur. Terms uas
wlU Insure success. Apply soon i-rr
to H. H. TATX, Greensboro, N. C.
JA1TJ3 P. BARS is In no way eonneeted with
me... . . JAJ3 C, SMITH.
; nchmend. Vs., Dee. 1831. ,
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A Six room house, with good yard and -f.
weU of water, and a two room kltehen; I 'I
ten minutes walk of ths public square. 1 IB,
Apply to WALTXft BRXM.
AT COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
I FIND I HATE KNTIBELY
TOO EH Iff G EI STOCK
ON HANI), AND IN OBDXB TO BXDTJCB IT I WILL OFFKB UNTIL FURTHER N0TIC5,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
COME AND SECURE
H0IT8' COLOGM.. 4711 GERMAN COLOGNE. FINS NAIL BRUSHES, FINE FRENCH EOAPS
Just Received by WILSON & BUR WELL.
rffTT2T 'C "DTTTJ TT 1 a' superior remedy for all diseases of the BLADDER.
VAyUJT Hilt JJUvilU Sold only by - - - WILSON & EURWELL.
1 T rTTXTT O Afl? Ground Cayene Pepper, Ground Black Pepper, at
VjilUUlNlJ OAljrJi, WILSON & BURWELL'S.
"17T"MT? T'fiTT T7T"T,'I? C1?TC Jewelry Cases, Puff Boxes, Hand Mirrors
JDaIMI JLKJIITj X LHj l3Jill3, Odor Cases, In all styles and at all prices
The largest and nicest assortment erer trought to this market. WILSON & BUR WELL.
TURKISH BATH TOWELS, Aflne FklfiliV'
TTTTM? A T TTSJT7 (HYDRATED OIL). Hydrallne has been proyen of the highest
n I 1J lijxjlly XI ralue in consumption, and all wasting diseases, Invariably produc
ing immediate increase in weight: fresh supply at
Wilson & Burwells.
if you waht;
Ask your Stationer
of send 25 cents
In stamps for a
Of Assorted Pat-
terna. In a Nickel'
plated Match Box.
Bold by all Stationers.
Irisoi, Blatonu, Taylor t Co.,
Sous Agists, Nxw York.
nre In in
forming th a
general public of Charlotte that snow forming
classes and will aire Instructions Hi the following
instruments: Violin, Plane, Q ..tat. Cornet and
Flute, or any string instrument. Can furnish the
highest tetdmonlals as to abil j and bare had
tke experience of half a century In teaching.
Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired and
- Can always be found at my Music Room on
Church street, esmer of 0th.
Prof. H. SCHMTTT.
A PACKAGE AND
JUST GO TO
and see what
He has for New Year's Dinners, and tow very
cheap he is selling
Toys and Fancy M
FOR EW TEAR'S PPE5ENTS.-