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0 / 75
An important dis
covery, by which
every family may
give their linen
that beautiful fin
PW it I
ish peculiar to fine
Ask your Grocer.
J. B. DOBBINS, Philadelphia,
n V RICHMOND EN GRAVING CO.f
CHAS. R. JONES,
GENERAL FEED DEALERS
CHARLOTTE, H. C.
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND :
JUST EECETVED, ONEICAB LOAD
J YW ' V If '
1 000 BIJSHELS 0F NEVF wnTE coen-
2 BARRELS OK PEARL GfllTJ.
2 CAR LOAD BRAN,
i CAR LOAD CORN and PEA MEAL MIXED,
1CAR LOAD PATAPSCO PATENT PROCESS
2 CAR LOADS TIMOTHY HAY,
WILL GLADLY PTE PRICES
BOTH TEE WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE
Respectfully soliciting a share ol your
patronage, we are respectfully,
Jecl8 A. J. BE ALL & CO.
Stoves, Heaters, Raies,
Tinware & House FurnishiDg: Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Particular attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
None but first class hands employed. Call for the
barley sheaf stove.
Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos
tiveness, Headache. It assists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purifies the
blood. A Book sent free. Dr.
Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
rOB SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS,
ami 8 deod eow ly.
,CJ.? onlZ. tne Drand of tobacco known as The
Old Oaken Bucket. lue
THE .old Oaken Bucket,
The Iron-bound bucket,
The moos-covered bucket,
That hung in the well1.
-..-CHAS. R. JOJfES,
. uiarwue, it. v.. sole A tent
Liberal terms to dealers. g Br'
Best in the World.
IN EITHER LIQUID OR.DBI FORM
That Acts at the same time on
P TEE LIVER, TES BOWELS,
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Because we allow these great organs to
I become clogged or torpid, - and poisonous
humors are therefore forced into the Mood
that should be expelled naturally.
S3 WILL SURELY CURE
PILES, CONSTIPATION, URINARY
R J AND NERVOUS DISORDERS,
fSj by causing free action of these organs and
g restoring their power to throw off disease.
W n. .nir.. Vllinni mini anil .-.?
Why tormented with Piles, Constipation!
fey u hy frightened oier disordered Hiuneysi
rl Whr endure nervous or sick headaches!
Use KID NEY-WORT a racf ryotc in AaA.
It is put up In Dry Vegetable Form, in tin I
cans one package of which makes six quarts of I
medicine. Also in Liquid r onn, Tery Coneen
t rated, for those that cannot readily prepare it.
CWlt acts with equal efflciencj in either form.
GET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, $1.00
WELLS, RICHARDSON & Co., loop's,
(WUl send the dry port-paid.) BCm.nCTOJ, TT. E
March 27 d&wly
ALSO, A LARGS LOT OF
C- -H- -R--0--M--0- -S-
AT WHOLESALE cr RETAIL.
E. M. ANDREWS,
AT WHITE FRONT.
CHEMICALS, LAMP GOODS,-
SEGARS, TOBACCOS, Ac, He.
A PULL AND SELECT LINE OF
Perfumeries and- Perfumery Cases. Cologne Bot
tles. Ac. Toilet Powder Rouges... Soaps,
Tooth Brushes, Brushes of ail kinds,
Combs, and a full line of
all goods usually found In
a first-class Drug Es
tablishment Careful attention given the preparation of pre
scriptions. I trust the public will, as heretofore, extend me
a share of their patronage, are will in every In
stance be given the preparation and dispensing of
all tueaidnes foff which aemands are; made, and
satisfaction in every In every instance gua-anteed,
by W.-P, J1ABT1N. Ag't, CO.
MEBANEVILLE, N. a,
Among Southern Boarding Schools
for boys in age, numbers and area of
of patronage. Messina; ehib U ota
mile from Barracks for young men of '
small means. The 176th session be- f
gins January 11th, 1882. lor oata-.
logue giving lull particulars address - .
Uu. lb BtNGHAH.
dec!7 tf Superintendent
Greensboro Femstle College,
Tm spiCDg Session ( 1X8,2 will -
11th Charges per session of twen j
weeks: Hoard (exclusive of lights
Buou uuuithj. ouu. -Axira sraaies uuzjn
moderate. For paitlculats apply to
, ; T. M. JONES,
declS tf President
n mm on atw
I Ml 1 1 tV
1THE ONLY MEDICINE!
fl IN EITHER LIQUID OR.DBI FORM I
Coffins and Metallic Cases,
- FRIDAY, JAN. 6, 1882. :
'KEW Yk'AR CHIME.
Listen I listen! do you bear them
Hear the fcweet, tamlliar chimes?
Does not memory eudear tbem
For the sake of bygone times ?
Come, bright hope, aud swell the burden
of their song to hearts forlorn ;
Joyfumess should be ther guerdon
On this dark midwinter morn.
Listen! listen! Let them waken
Vanished moments, li you will;
Steak of pleasure long forsakeu.
Broken faith regretted still;
Conjure up the dear eld places,
, Blot the Intervening years.
Till we look on phantom faces
Through a sadden m st of tears.
Listen! listen! but no longer
Lost in dreams that enervate;
, As the merry oln grows stronger,
Let it cheer and animate.
Be the clarion to call us
Forward where our lot Is cast,
So. whatever fate befall us,
We may meet it well at last
Listen! listen! through the pealing
Ot the chimes that greet the tear,
Echoes noi of ewth are stealing, '
Angel voices I can hear,
Bousing notil r passions, giving
Men and women Impulse new,
Listen! life Is worth the living,
If we make it brave and true.
Wilmington Star: The remains of a
lady of Smithville were disinterred a.
few days ago, for some purpose, when
it - was discovered that, though not a
particle of flesh remained on the bones,
much of the silk fabric in which the
body was airayed for burial,-, arrant
thirty-years ago, wiia still in a. state .of
perfect preservation, t ,A niece , of. the
lady in question reinembers all about
the dress in which her aunt was inter
red. - -
Asheboro Courier: 14 mariiage
license sold week before last.
Asheboro has the whooping cough.
The roads weie never worse. "The
abundance of rain has made them al
Raleigh News and Observer: Skat
ing may now be enjoyedVas the ice is
firm and smooth.
The State Treasurer issued sixteen
drummers' licenses during the month
Many wagons were yesterday haul
ing ice, the average thicKness of which
was about three inches.
Between $300,000 and $400,000 in
old bonds were yesterday received at
the State Treasury for exchange.
Notice had been received last week
from the senders and tenders of bonds
had been accepted before January one.
During the year 1881 there were few
er fires in Raleigh than during any
twelve-months since the war, it is said,
while the loss was not heavy. The city
had a continuation of its usual good
A correspondent, writing from Tar-
boro yesterday, says that the snow of
Sunday was a "real old-fasnionea one,
and fell for nine hours, carrying one
back to the winter of 1857, with its
famous snow. There will be some de
lay, in consequence of the snow fall
ancLthe freeze; in the work on the Sea
board and Raleigh Railroad.
Snow fell on Friday as far east as
Elizabeth City. Sunday's snow-storm
was limited in area, none falling up
Noit i, beyond 4the Virginia liae, or
West beyond the Blue Ridge. At
Statesville the fall was about three
inches, at Greensboro, five, at Raleigh,
seven, and at Tarboro over elgnt, at
Kinston about four. There was no
snow at Wilmington, though there were
trost and ice.
FIXING THE YEA K.
Various Incidents by Which a Wil
neiilday Remember an Event.
Detroit Free Press.
In one of the Justices' Courts the
other day, in a suit for malicious tres
pas in entering upon and removing a
fence, one of the witnesses was asked
"Did you help build that fence?"
"What year was it?"
"Well, let's see. It was the same year
my orotner-in-law bad bis leg broke in
a wrestling match at Dearborn."
"Well, what year was that?"
Let's see! It was just six months af
ter we found the Duggan boy drowned
in Sabin's well. That was that was in
eighteen hundred and "
"Can't you remember?"
"Why, yea, I ought to. Let's see.
That same summer that we took Dug-
gan s boy out of the well Tylers second
girl started to run away with a tin ped
dler, and we caught them just theother
side Dearborn. I squared off on the
peddler and knocked him eighteen feet
into the bushes.
"But what year was it that you built
the fence?" .. .
"Why the same year that all this
happened, or maybe a year before or
after. If I culd only talk with my old
woman a minute I could ge it exact." i
-now r i ,
"Why. I was building the last half of
that fence when she washooke3Lby a
COW, and Shed hunt UP t.hfl man yrhn
owned the beast and hit the date square
at i j n - i
uu tut) uesu.
It was decided to let the exact date
remain in seclusion.
The Reception Ordealt
Philadelphia Times. -
Could the millions Of statesmen that
dot the fertile fields of -the Republic
stand at any coign of vantage in the
: White llouse during what is called the
President's New Year's reception, many
a flight of bees would be let loose, from
these several aspiring statesmen's bon
nets. When we bear in mind the re
pugnance that most men feel at making
or receiving a call and think of the
President standing in a babel of confusion-
from early morning ntil mid
night, -with both bands worked like
pump handles by a moving apparition
of bowing, smirking, scrutinizing citi
zens in rank from the Chief 'Justice to
the obscurest citizen, it must-be admit
ted, as Gen. James recently pathetically
put it, that power has its strongest
charms chiefly in the imagination.
Gen. Grant used to say that week's
battle wasift hair the? ordear;to him
that a general reception was, for,
though arbitrary rules be prescribed,
there is ho law -r amenity that a social
mob is bound to respect For a : week
at least the Presiden t will imagine that
he has been run. through a threshing
Still Otrdltnr the Olebe
Within a few months the enterprise
of a British cable company will enable
the American cretary -of. State to
communicate with; his ministers at
Lima and Santiago by telegraph. ; The
company have their steamships already
loaded with cable and on the way to
Callao, where - they wittrrive about
February"!. .The cotnpany have so
licited the goad liflfce ot Our . navand
Yera Cruz on the Gulf of Mexico south
along the r coast c' Ge&tralahd.iBOirth
the lines of the-jWpst Coast of America;
3aJ&lft O)mpaiii mimut
will give us direct communication with
most of ;thP Soth Ameriajcapitals. j
FAt)ED 3RAT HAIR !graiijia-recovers' its '
youthful color nd lustre by the use of Parker's
Hair Balsam, an elegant dressing, admired for its
purity and rich perfume.
. Gold and silver , in paying quantities
.have been discovered: near the town of
It is stated that Sarah. Bernhardt is
to receive 20,000 . ..po'cmUs ;for; her en
casement at SfcFeterabar& : . - : " 1
P King HumboltTisnbt pleased aVth
Kindly interest wmcn tiiam.afK. up
en$y shown in th affairs of the ,yat-'
A grejat meeting of ; landowhers -was
IiaM Ti Afcliri:- :Taesdiav:'tb ttrotest
Against the inannei in: which; the laud
act has bfte1 ?w m misxrea 1 - ' . .
' The city jariditofi f ; Ne wark, .N. . J,
was rn4iete;d Tuesday, in eight counts,
fol forgeryibi 1 warrants,, and plead
guilty. !. V - i".
At Pine Orchard, Florida, Tnesday,
Abraham Wekins, in a fight killed his
step-father, Oliver. Francis, by ripping
him opea with a knife, and then shot
him twice after he fell.
In-a fight at av saloon in Auburo,
Tenn., Taesdity nigbW Cartrel Bethel
shot and killed Arfdrew Fouston and
Charley: Odelt, and: mortally wounded
Bad MeAdoov : ! : -;
Mayor liowj in; bis message to lb.e'
Brooklyn bpard-of aldermen, Tuesday,
stated the dfcbt of that City to be $38,
174,421.41. The interest charge rnnninjr
against the city on account of .the East
river bridge debt alone is $1,500 tt day.
On New Year's Day near the town
of Louisiana. Mo.. John Morgan Shaw
k was shot and killed by his brother,
Marshall Shaw, in a quarrel oyer, the
division of r lheir. father's property,
John had some time before that shot
and killed his brother Perrin.
In the - latter part of December in
Montgomery county, Mo., John, Tom,
Ive and Albert Kin?, in a brawl, killed
a young: man named Nelson. "'On the
night of the 31st a crowd cof citizens
gathered . about their, hdnse; shot and
wounded bid Mrs. King, killed aMrsV
Austin, killed one and wounded an
other of the King boys. ' ;
'Mr. Thomas' Cv Acton, the new as
sistant United States treasurer, at Tfew
York city, entered upon the duties of
his office Tuesday. A count tf the
money in the New York sub-treasury
is now being made by a committee of
treasury officers appointed by Secretary
Folger. They will handle about 800
tons of silver, ' ($26,000,000.) $57,000,000
in gold, $5,000,000 in United States
notes and silver certificates before they
get through with their work.
At the meeting of the retenue com
mission recently held in Philadelphia,
State Treasurer Butler called the at
tention of his colleagues to the import
ance of the collateral inheritance tax
and its comparatively large returns.
The total amount collected in that city
during the past year is reported by
State Appraiser Parevost at $457,233,
30, of which the sum of $61,224.60 was
collected during the last quarter. The
city receives five per cent of this money
and ttje commonwealth gets the rest.
' ' :
RKeeting of i be tin yat Lef ion.
New York, January 5. At a meet
ing of the military order of the Loyal
Legion of the United States, held last
night at Delmonico's, a letter from Mrs.
Garfield was read, acknowledging the
receipt of the obituary resolutions pass
ed by the commandary on the decease
of the late President. After routine
business was transacted a formal re
ception was tendered Gen. Winfield
Scott Hancock, acting commander-in-chief
of the order. The dinner was
partaken of by 150 guests, Henry Slo
cumb presiding. Gen. Hancock thank
ed his comrades for the honor paid
him. The festivities were prolonged
until a late hour.
Claimants for a Fortune.
Robert H. Given, of Chicago, one of
the claimants to the vast estate of the
late John Burnside, of New Orleans,
has arrived in Philadelphia. He claims
to have sufficient data to substantiate
the claim that his grandmother Pru
dence Burustde, was a sister of the
dead millionaire. Another claimant is
John Burnside Wilson, of Philadel
phia. Mr. Given established the rela
tionship existing between himself and
Mr. Wilson, who will share equally in
the distribution of the vast possessions
of which John Burnside died pos
sessed, estimated at8,ooo,ooo.
New York Stock Market.
New York, Jan. 5 n a. m. The
market opened irregular but in the
main a fraction lower than vesterdav s
closing prices, Metropolitan elevated
seiimjrdown -a per cent while Rich
mond and Danville advanced 24 per
jcent. In early dealings the market be
came weak and declined l2)f per
cent- Louisville and Nashville. Denver
and Rio Grande' Grande, Texas Pacific
ana XWruiern "Pacific preferred being
most prom menu inerein.
' i t ' . ' ;
X Botetourt Jury.
An amusing incident occurred at
Fincastle, Va., during the last term of
the Uotetourt county court A iur.v
'was empanneled to try one Bolen,
icnargea with an assault on j. g. Sper
iryitbe latter testifying in the case.
After two days' deliberation the jury
returned into court with a verdict tof
manslaughter. It would he hard to
picture the scene that followed. The
bar was convulsed, the "dead man"
smiled audibly, Judge Palmer looked
on for a moment in mute astonishment
and then hid behind his newspaper.
St.-LOTUS. Jan.- 5. Thn Miaaiflainni
Valley cane growers' convention yes-
4- J3 I. 3 T-JS tl TTT TTJ1 A . .
biuty uearu jrrox. o. ii. v uey, or, me
State Universitv of Indiana, on snr-
ehum culture. He was followed by C.
nogarw, or xowa, wno related the re
sult of various experiments in manu
facturing sorghum sugar. A discus
sion ensued. The afternoon and even
ing sessions were taken- up with a
discussion on the papers read and the
general talk about cane growing, sugar
making and machinery.
Death of a Baltimore Sea Captain.
Fort Monroe, Va, Jan. 5. Capt
Raffle, of the bark Aquiduct, from
Baltimore for Rio, died this morning in
Hampton Roads of pneumonia. The
remains were taken to Baltimore for
The "Beautiful Snow" at Petersburg
Petersburg, Va , Jan. 5. There
was a heavy fall of snow here last
night Sleighing is fine.
The organ rolled Its notes from the growling
diapason to the gentle flute; and the eongrdga
tlon aocomrmntiul h iiun unni.i.ni
- : vw rouuiuuw WUUIB 1U
coughs scarcely audible, because they had not yet
vx uio wuuuenui emcacy 01 Lr. trail 8 cooah
I saw so much said about the merits of Hop Bit
ters, and mv wlf vhn iimn
to pet her some.
.ir? MAtJZ .J fx ""ouggea again: and I am
glad I did, for in less than two months' use of the
Bitter mv ivlfn icq a n.rf i . .
so for eighteen months since. Juike such hum-
o- j.., ok. mu, (noneer rress.)
PREMATURE LOBS or TTTTt Wire
May be entirely DreventedV.ty. the use of BUB
MITT'S COCOA INB. No rther mmmnBML
esses the peculiar properties'iwbJcB so exactly
sattthe various condltlpflspjt, the human hair. It
SOftenS the hair when hnralt unit Aim tf am..-
the irritated scalp. Ifrafirords ttre richest lustre. It
Prevents the hair from fain'ni 'ntf ft
nealftu, vigorous growth. -It u not greasy nor
sttoky. It tears no fflsameabfcrod it wA '
dandruff. ' ::;.'
Burnett's Flavoring Extract arexnwn ivi the
est ... . ; ;
I . . fob
i '.v:vn'"i .-jjf.- "
' Neurafdia, Sctatica, Lumbagd,
Bacjcache, Soreness of the Chest,
i -Gout, Quids, Sore Throat, Swell-
ings and Sprains, Burns and
! Scalds, Genera Bodily
- ' r Pdths;; '
Tooth, Ear and, Headache, Frosted.
; . . Feef and Ears,' and all other J
i" Pains and Aches.
So Preparation on earth equals Sr. Jaoom Oil
safe, turc, simple nd cheap . External
Jieraedy. A trial entail bnt the comparatively
trifling outlay of 60 Cents, and every one suffering
Vfch pais coo have cheap Ntd positive proof of its
I Dlreetioni in EIstsq Lannagea.
$0LD BY ALL DSUGGIST8 AND DEALEE3
I " . nr mediohte.
A. "VOGEUSR fc CO.,
; ' - Baltimore, JSfd., V, 0. A,
. 4ee80d6tw ly
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soft and brilliant
Complexion, no matter Low
poor it may naturally foe.
Hagan's Magnolia Balm is a
! delieate and harmless arti
cle j which instantly removes
j Freckles, Tan , Bedn es
Roughness, Eruptions, Vul-
far Flushings, etc., etc. So
. elicato and natural are its
: effects that its use is not
j suspected by anybody.
No lady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when tho; Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
North Carolina Railroad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, Dec. 18, '81
4.30 p ro
8 30 a m
1 2 05 a m
0.17 p m
5.30 a m
7.88 a tr
8.00 p m
7.5H a m
Arrive N Danville
Leave N Danville
10 00 a m
3.55 p m
' 9.50 a ni
1.52 p m
4.20 p ra
' Ne. 51 Connects at Greensboro' with R&D.
B. B. for all points East and West, via Danville
and Richmond, also with train for Raleigh and
No. 55 Connects at Greensboro' with R. ft D.
B, tt. foe all points East and West, via Danville
.Ha? 53 connects at Greensboro' with B. 4 D.
(R. R. for all points East and West, via Danville
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Dec 18, '81 No. 54 No. 50 No. 82
: i , Daily, Dally. Dally.
Leave Goldsboro' 12.20 pm
.Arrive Raleigh,.. 12.40pm
'Leave Raleigh, 4 00 pm
Leave Richmond, 12 07 pm 11.25 pm
" N.Danville 7 48pm 630pm 7.85 am
Arrive Greensb'ro - 9.80 p m , 8.30 p m 9 30 a m
.Leave Greensb'ro 9.85pm 8.40 pm 9 85am
Leave Salisbury,. 11.15 pm 10.87 m 11.22 am
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40 am 12.25 m L05pm
JN. w. n, c. railroad.
NO. 50 Daily.
Leave Greensboro. .:. . .'. . . 9.51 pm
Arrive Eernersvllle. 1 1. 07 p m
Arrive Salem 11.50 p m
NO. 52 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro i 1 0.00 a m
Anrve Eernersvllle 1 1.00 a m
Arrive Salem. .11.80am
GOING EAST. '
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave 8alem 7.30 a m
Arttre Eernersvllle 8.04 a m
Arrive Greensboro 9.00 a m
NO. 53 Daily.
Leave Salem........ 4.80pm
Arrive Kemereville. 5.10pm
Arrive Greensboro. 6 80 p m
Allan Sleeping Cars wiont m
On Train Na 51, between Atlanta and New
York, via Danville. .
On' Train No. 55, between Augusta arid Wash
ington, via Danville.
On Train No. 53, between Atlanta and Washing
ton, via Danville. 6
On Train No. 60, between New York and Atlanta
? T'nNa 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via Dan vile.
On Train No 54. between Washington and At
lanta, via Danville.
t111"181 Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Baleteh, Goldsboro. Salisbury and Charlotte, and
principal points South, Southwest. West, North
and East. Fir Emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
M General Passenger Agent.
de31 . Richmond, Va.
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQUAETIES FOB .DSTJMMEES.
STATESVILLE, N. C
THIS house has been leased for a term of years
by Mrs. Dr. Reeves, whose intention is to
seep a strictly first-class house In every respect
-Commodious sample rooms on flat and second
The patronage of the public is solicited
THE old Oaken Bucket,
The iron bound bucket.
The moss-covered bucket.
That hung in the weU.
v; . ' CHAS. B. JONES,
EST- T.lr-1 k.L.-SK i 8019
Wft Mmllnna t mit aaOnUtmn r. .
Jbuimsi iThis isrM ssBdw mYj
ESSj V Sdfmwo A'MERTCix, 87 Park Cow
"--mjmiaumjxrn.- ; -
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Hare yoa seea our Uao of Beaaaral
If not, call at once.
We have an assortment of as fine Goods as was
. . ever brought to this market
PWJ3H AND , .
AND ODOR STANDS.
Gents' Shaving Caees, Ladles' Work Box and
Odor Case combined, Baby's Case, Children's Toy
Cases and Souvenir, French Plato Hand and
Stand Mirrors, Lnblns, Tetlows and Colgate's Ex
tracts and Toilet Waters, Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brushes, 4c., &c. Call and examine, .
nov30 L. B, WRIST0N & CO.
FRESH MINERAL WATER
Both Foreign, and Domestic.
Just Beceived, at
From Saratoga Spring. N. Y. A new water re
sembling the Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, U a powerful tonle aud strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathaidc and al
terative and in all forms of dyspepsia.
g CASES CONGRESS WATER,
CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
10 CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Hnnyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN MOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Dosi. A wine glass full before breakfast.
The Jjmct-"Bxxasf& Janoa. Baron Lleblg af
firms that its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that of all ether known waters."
The British Medical Journal ''Hunyadl Janoa.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
aperient water." ; .
rroj. Virchoto, 'Berlin: "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Pro. Bamberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these' writers with remarkable success."
Scanzoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
but this. "
. Pro, lander Brunton, M.T., IK B. &., London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them in efficacy."
,FyAtkm 8- Eoal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Fried-
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist
North Tryon St,
CHARLOTTE, N. a
. : DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
, When you can get water Just as fresh and spark
img as when it flows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water In large block tin reservoirs
whica we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. j H. Moa DEN,
Druggist and Chemist.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night
JpOB the purpose of engaging more extensively
and exclusively in the line of tW MILLINERY
GOODS mMi the coming year, wholesale and re
tail, we now offer all other lines of Goods now in
our stock at very low prices to close out The
stock Is large, new and well assorted, consisting of
full lines of WHITE GOODS, LACES, EMBROID
ERIES, all kinds of TRIMMINGS, PLAIN and
FANCY HOSIERIES, GLOVFS, NOTIONS, NEC
(Ms, Shawls, Net Goods,
LADIES and CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR
DRESS TRIMMING, BUTTONS, TABLE LINEN,
TOWELS, DOILIES, NAPELNS,4c,in fact a com
plete stock of
Ladies' ariflrildrew 7ttraisMaj Goods
.Which we pCer wlthqut reserve at prices that will
Piarantee their immediate sale. Terms of this
sale wfll be strictly cash. v
v. ! .. ''':. V . .
1 M,r--rPB 8TOCX OF JIILLINEBY-
!r, 4. , i: .'.
7s the largest and must oompie.te of any in t :
State and Is iOOTstantly- being added o as net
styles and novelties appear in New York.-
n0V2 u ' :. '.
BKAirlFUL OKOAN, the "MOZAHT," newst 'e
fi No 12,000.7 stops.-lO full sets Ooloen l,)tl.
true fie dA.-80LIU-WAxNDI -Highly Pollsbtnl
Case. New and valuable j improvements Just ad
ded. 8tool. book; music.7 Boxed-aiM delivered on
board cars here, prtce-tNLY lilXTY D'llar
Net Cash. Matlsfactlon-g Jaranteed in every par'
Ocular or money iefunded after one yeat'suse
Kverv one sold sells another. It Is a HUi:iii.
lAuvertlseraent. Order at once. Noth ng saved by
correspondence, sty new raccory jni completf d
capacity 2.0u0 instruments every 28 days, very
litest labor-saving wood-worttlng machinery
Vaxt capital enaoles mi to manufacture better
goods for less money than ever Andrew r call
upon " DAIBL F, BE4TTY.
Washington. New Jeraej.
DIARY FR R R
est table, calendar, etc. Pent to any address oji
receipt ontwo Tbssb-ofk stamps. Address
CHARLES E. HIKE-!
. 48-N. Delaware Ave. Phlla.
AGENTS WANTED AT ONCE
to sell the Life and Complete History of
THE TRIAL OF GUITEAU.
1 sketch of his err tic career and FULL HIS TOBY
0 the strange scenes and stabtlimgDisclospes
of his trial; f he mot costly and remarkable in the
ainals of crime: Well Illustrated, wniseij
1 nmensely. Agents outBt 50c. Terms to agents
LberaL Address HUBBARD BROS..
" - Publishers, Atlanta, Ga
teal Work,warranted the best and
cheapest, indiapeng&ble to everr
nanumtrtlad "the Soianceof Ule
flf0? !" bound in
Meat French mualui, embossed
twa, price onlj $1.25 sent by
pail i flloatrated aample, 6 cents'
end nowAddraaa PKn vj'
1 leal Institute or Dr. W. H. PAR
.K.ER. N0. 4 Bnlfinchat. UostrT
ITS POPULABITY TJNPAEALLELED
ion nnn cni n i 8113 8011 worbagknt8
luUfUUU OULU I ABSWAMTBD U) supply
the wonderful and Increasing demand for by far
thb best, most popular and chsapkst
LIFE OF GARFIELD SB $2
This work Is pbofdsbly tllobtbated, tells the
entire thrilling story of his eventful life and tragic
death: has been critically revised and approved by
one of his most Intimate personal friends; has far
outsold all other editions because the best and
cheapest, and our terms to agents are tbe roost
liberal of any. Superb Steel Plate Portraits Free!
For proof of excellence, saleabillty, success of
agents and terms addres at once,
HUBBABD BROS., Pubs., Phlla.
THE HIGHEST AWARDS?? f!Sos
in the GREAT WORLD'S FAIR in LONDON,
1851 ; at the GREAT EXPOSITION in PARIS,
1867; at the INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
in CHILI, 18T5; and at the grand CENTEN
NIAL EXHIBITION in Philadelphia, 1ST6.
All persons wishing to parchaae (or ex
amine) instruments sure reaped fully In
vited to visit ear Wareroams.
Send for Circular and Price List.
CHICKERIHG & SOUS,
130 Fifth Avenue. N.Y. 156 Tremont St., Boston.
;3S3seni pout cntcrjLAirs.-e
Victor Sfiias lacls Go,
SOUTHERN OFFICB No 8 N.; Charles street.
Baltimore, Idd. . -
novll dw . X
10 PALL AT
PETOBE YOU MAKE
5 1 : We will not here attempt .
to enumerate what we have
bat if you will call we will satisfy you that we have
the finest assortment of
ever brought to this market.
Call and see our Display whether ycu buy or not.
A fine lot cf
. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
of all descriptions, Just received. Rem'u.br
none can under-buy us, ahd none can
under sell us.
A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks frora Ihe
public square in Charlotte, will be sold cheap
and) on reasonable . terms' to the right kind of a
purchaser. The dwelltngis on a full lot, has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well ot wa
ter, eta The house, is admirably adapted for ihe
residence of a lawyer, doctor er preacher, having
an admirable library or study room, built for the
purpose. For further particulars, price, terms,
etc apply at THIS OFF1CF.
' Lot. ; for Sale Cheap.
TH1 Lot on the corner of Ninth street and the
t North Caroline Railroad, fronting 14Q feet on
Ninth street and 1 06 feet on the North Carolina
Ballroady will either .be sold as a whole or divided
into two lots of 70 by 1 08 leet Suitable either for
building or factory purposes. Apply to