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LOUAL 31 ATT KItS.
WEDNESDAY. JAN. 11, 1882.
I'baxaax Lobok Na 81 , A. . & A. M. -Regular
neetlng every second and fourth Monday nights.
Kxcxlsiob Lodoi No. 261, A. F. 4 A. H. Beg
alar meeting every first and third Tuesday nights.
Chablottb Chaptxb Na 89, B. A. M. Regular
meeting every second and fourth Friday nights.
CHABLort Commandabt Na 2, K. T. Regular
meeting every first and third Thursdays.
HZ. OF n.
Kmishtb of Honob, Regular meeting every
second and fourth Thursdays.
3Z. OF IP
Khigbtb of Pythias. Regular meeting nl&hts
first and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock p. m. at Ma
sonic Temple Hall.
I. O. O. F.
Charlotte Lodge Na 88. Meets every Mu
Heckuenbubg Dsolabatioh Lodob Na 6.
Meeis every Tuesday night.
Drxa Lodge No. 108. Meets'every Thursday
Catawba Rivkb Encakfkfnt Na 21. Meets
lrst and third Thursday nights in each month.
Index to New Advevtlaetwen
wm. 8. Eagle -To the Public.
Wanted a furnished room.
WK TKLL YOU PLAINLY
that Simmons Liver Regulator will rid you of dys
pepsia, purify your system, enable you to sleep
weil, prevent malarial diseases and give you a
brisk and vigorous feeling. It acts directly upon
the liver and kidneys, cleansing, purifying, Invig
orating and fortifying the system against disease.
It will break up chills and fever and fever and
prevent their return, and is a complete antidote to
all malarial poison yet entirely free from quinine
or calomel.- Try It, and you will be astonished at
the good results of the genuine Simmons Liver
Regulator, prepared by J. H. Zellln 4 Co.
A CHEERFUL ST. VALENTINE'S DAT.
A novel, but certainly interesting, form of Val
entice has originated in sending a dollar or two
dollars to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La., be
fore the 14th dav of February next, when the
1 41st Grand Drawing of the Louisiana State Lot
tery takes place under the management of Gener
als . T. Beauregard, or Louisiana, ana juoai .
Early, of Virginia.
A lady from Oregon writes: Dr. Benson; I think
you should be presented with a chariot of pure
gold, for your Celery and Chamomile Pills having
proved such a blessing to thousands of sufferers
with sick and nervous headache, neuralgia, nerv
ousness and dyspepsia.
Who is Mrs. Wlnslow ?
As this Question Is freauently asked, we will sim
ply say that she is a lady who for upwards of for
ty years, has untiringly devoted her time and tal
ents as a Female Physician and nurse, principally
among children. She has especially studied the
constitution and wants of this numerous class.
and. as a result of this effort, and practical knowl
edge, obtained In a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing Syrup,
for children teething. It operates like magic
giving rest and health, and Is moreover, sure to
regulate the bowels. In consequence of this ar
ticle, Mrs. Wlnslow Is becoming world-renowned
as a benefactor of her race; children certainly do
risn ii n and bless her: esDeclallv Is this the case
In this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing 8yrup-J -
t3TDr. T. C. Smith) is having im
provements made in his drug store.
tW Claire Scott played Lady of Ly
ons at the opera house in Winston last
tSTThe box sheets for Pixley will be
open at the usual places this morning.
fT Annie Pixley, the best soubrette
that has ever visited Charlotte, will be
at the opera house to-night.
t2TThe absence of music and fire
from the opera house last night put the
audience in a splendid mood for pre
senting a most mournful aspect be
tween the acts.
tW Several of the boys yesterday
weakened on the Barrett business last
night When it becomes necessary to
add carriage hire to tickets, it is enough
to cause a fellow to weaken, unless he
has a barl.
53T Yesterday one of the cotton men
of East Trade got a rope and made him
self fast to one end, while the other was
held by bystanders, and at great peril
succeeded in wading out and placing a
danger signal in the square formed by
the crossing of Trade and College
sreetts. Later in the day the street
force were engaged in filling up the
hole marked by the flag.
There will be a special conference of
the Charlotte Baptist Church to-night
to consider the call of a pastor to fill
the vacancy existing in that church, by
reason of the resignation of Dr. Whit
field. A. full attendance of the mem
bers is desired.
Wlnslow has immortalized her name by this in
valuable article, and we sincerely believe thous
ands of children have been saved rrom an eariy
grave by Its timely use, and that millions yet un
born will share its benefits, and unite in calling
her blessed. No mother has discharged her duty
to her suffering little one, In our opinion, until she
has given it the Deneni oi Mrs. wmsiow s soumiug
Syrup. Try it, mothers try It now. Ladles' Visi
tor. New York City. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottle.
JOSH BILLTNGS HEABD FROM.
Newport. R. L, Aug. 11, 1880.
Dear Bitters I am here trying to breathe In all
the salt air of the ocean, and having been a suf
ferer for more than a year with a refractory liver,
I was Induced to mix Hop Bitters with tne sea gale,
and have found the tincture a glorious result
I have been greatly helped by the Bitters,
and am not afraid to say so.'
Tours without a struggle.
Mr. S. B. Dodds, of Lynchburg, Va.,
once a resident of this place, was in the
Mr. E. J. Allen and wife, who have
been in Winston for some time past, re
turned to the city yesterday.
CoL Thos. M. Holt of Alamance,
came up on the noon train from the
Mr. James Joyner, for some time
past a clerk in Wriaton's drug store, has
taken a position with Messrs. O'Donog
hue, Hand & Co., who have recently
opened a drug store at the corner of
Trade and College streets.
It is understood that Mr. John W.
Fetzer, formerly with Cannons & Fet-
zer, of Concord, will come to Charlotte
and keen books for Mr. LeRoy David
Rev. N. M. Woods, the pastor elect
of the Second Presbyterian Church, ar
rived in the city last night, and with
his family is quartered at the Central
The editor of the Laurinburg Enter
prise seems to be in trouble, and offers
"a reward of fifty rabbit skins to any
one who can invent a remedy to pre
vent boys from talking." We do not
care particularly for the reward but we
would like to help our friend out of bis
In the treatment of such cases a good
deal depends upon the kind of a boy
we have to deal with.
For a small boy from two years, say
up to ten or twelve, a tin horn acts like
a charm. We have known a boy with
a tin horn not to speak for two hours
on a stretch, and to strictly mind his
own business and attend to his horn.
Horns have a contrary effect on.older
people and sometimes make them very
When the tin horn fails a plug about
three inches in diameter driven in be
tween the upper and lower teeth and
securely wedged will prove pretty effec
tive. But quite as effective a way and
less troublesome is to present the boy
with a can of nitro-glylerine and invite
him to go out into the back lot and
jump upon it Nitro-glycerine has
been known to prevent boys from ever
talking after they tackled it
It is a little troublesome but will
prove successful to dig a hole in the
ground of sufficient dimensions, tumble
the boy into it cover him over with
rocks and earth and then ornament the
spot with fresh turf. Boys treated in
this way never manifest any disposi
tion to talk afterwards.
We have heard of tongue-tied boys,
but we never saw one, and we don't be
lieve there is any such thing. There
are dumb boys, sometimes, but they are
not boys in the full meaning that this
If our friend finds it inconvenient to
try any of the expedients which we
suggest he might trade his boys off for
girls and discover after a little while
that his boys didn't talk at all, and take
back his rabbit skin reward.
Lydla B. Plnkhm's Vfgable Compound will
at all times and under alt clicumitances, act la
harmony with the laws thnt govern the female
system. Address Mrs. Lydla K. Ptnxham, 233
Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for circular.
i growth oi tne nair, use
Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores the youthful
To promote a vigorous i
color to gray balr, remove
dandruff, and cures
The Goldsboro Messenger, in speak
ing of the graded school of that town
says : "It has done more, and continues
to do more for Goldsboro, than most
people imagine. Every day we hear
of parties who are locating in our midst
to share its benefits for their children,
and ihey are a desirable class of citi
zens, and most of them are lending
their aid towards building up the city
by buying property and otherwise.
There is a regular "real estate boom
just now, and not an empty dwelling
house in the city, large or small." The
item of school facilities is an important
one to the better class of people, and is
one of the first considerations with
those contemplating settling in a locali
ty. The benefits derived from our own
graded school, when it is gotten under
headway, will soon make themselves
T a'i powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold m
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Bold only In
cane. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
nov23 New York.
LeRoy Davidson. Sole Agent, Charlotte,! N. C.
Superior Conrt Busineas,
The Superior Court met yesterday
morning at 9 o'clodk.
The case of Davidson vs. the Second
Presbyterian churoh was re-referred to
In the suit of H. G. Springs vs. Mc
Whirter & Howie, a verdict was given
for the defendants.
The case of the Atlantic, Tennessee
& Ohio Railroad company against the
city of Charlotte was taken up, and
both sides announced themselves as
ready for trial. A jury was empanelled
and therenpon counsel for the city ask
ed permission to amend their answer,
and set up a new ground of defense.
After considering this his honor was of
opinion that the interests of justice re
quired that the amendment be allowed.
Upon a statement by counsel for plain
tiff that they wero not ready to try the
new issue made by the amendment
His honor, upon motion of counsel for
plaintiff, continued the case. This is
rnt thfi suit which recently came back
for a new trial from the Supreme Court,
but a branch of the same, and depends
on the result of the other. Messrs.
Jone? & Johnston', represent the rail
road company, and Messrs. Burwell &
Walker and J. 11 Wilson & Son are
counsel for the city.
Election of Bank. Officers;
The several National banks of the
city yesterday elected officers for the
ensuing year, as is required by law.
The following named gentlemen were
elected as directors and officers of the
merchants' and farmers',
Directors. J. H. Wilson, H. G.
Springs, H. M. Houston, E. MHolt, J.
R. Holland, D. P. Hutchison, J. H.
Officers. J. H. McAden, president;
J. H. Wilson, vice-president: J. R. Hol
land, cashier ; C. N. G. Butt assistant
cashier; Tom Griffith, clerk. No change
was made in the directors or officers of
Directors. R. M. Oates, J. L. Brown,
S. A. Cohen, S. B. AlexandeiyB, Barrin
ger. Officers R. Y. McAden, president;
W. R. Myers, vice-president; M. P.
Pegram, cashier; J, F. Orr, teller. No
Directors.-T. M Holt W. E. Holt
J. H. Holt Wm. Johnson, J.S. Spencer,
Jos. McLaughlin, B. M. White, J. L.
Morehead, R. M Miller, H. C. Eccles,
Officers. R.M. White, president; A
G. Brenizer, cashier; J. M. Shelley, tel
ler; W. D. Cowles, book-keeper.
Mr. R. M. White becomes president
of this bank in place of CoL Frank
Coxe, who is placed in the directory.
Directors. J. E. Brown, A. B.David
son, W. M. Shipp, J. W. Wadsworth, D.
F. Cannon, P. Schiff, R. L McDowelL
Officers. R. I. McDowell, president;
P. Schiff, vice-president; J. H. Ross,
cashier; E. F. Young, assistant cashier.
The only change made in this bank
is the election of Mr. A. B. Davidson
director instead of V. Q. Johnson, Esq.
Another An.tl4.altx .... --,. .
Ever since the notice was made of
the seal in the office of the register of
deeds of this county, the clerk of the
Superior Court has had his spinal col
umn elevated about the matter, claim
ing that he had the antiquity of the es
tablishment and the other day, in
proof of the assertion, he button-holed
the reporter and led him into the pres
ence of wnat seemed at first glance to
ba an ice box or refrigerator, and be
fore an inquiry could be made as to
what it was and where it came from
the information was given that in it
were deposited the valuable papers,
records and documents of the county
After some inquiries as to the cause of
the battered condition of one end of
the concern, the clerk ordered his dep
uty to hand over the key, so that a view
of the interior might be had. The dep
uty, after diving down into a wood box
standing in one corner of the room,
fished out a common hatchet and hand
ed it over to the clerk, who solemnly
informed the reporter that it was the
key to the combination of the safe of
the county of Mecklenburg, and in
proof of this assertion that dignitary
dealt two vigorous blows en the front
of the safe, threw off the combination
and opened the massive doors which
are about 2 by 3 feet hunng on hing
es made of wooden pegs, and are inhab
ited by rats of all ages and sizes. All
efforts to gain information of the pa
tentee of the safe were in vain, as it is
supposed he died long before the court
house was thought of. The clerk is
perfectly satisfied that the safe is all
that could be desired, and that his pa
pers and records are as secure in it as
they would be in a common dry goods
Lawrence Barrett aa Othello.
We regret that in consequence of the
inclement weather last night but a
small audience witnessed the perform
ance as Othello by Lawrence Barrett
as our f people missed the opportunity
of witnessing some of the finest- acting
ever put upon these boards. There are
but few1 of Shakespeare's plays that
present as fine oppoitunities for acting
as Othello where the confiding victim,
the bold warrior, the ardent love and
and jealous husband are all combined in
one, and each part is a perfect charac
ter in itself. There are but few actors
who play Othello well, and Barrett is
one of them. Endowed with a rich,
full, well trained voice, which he has
under complete control, with fine pres
ence and graceful movement he at
once impresses the audience that they
are looking upon and listening to a man
of no ordinary genius.
His acting last night was good, su
perlatively good, and his reading strik
ingly fine, especially the scene at the
couch before the killing of Desdemona,
There is none of that strut nor stage
rant about him, which sometimes spoils
very clever acting.
The support was good, Iago filling
the bill and sustaining the character
well throughout, while Desdemona also
played her part well. As a whole the
play was well put upon the boards and
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
HaHXU-Ilfmj DUdUng lltte; low middling
Itffee; good ordinary lOVie; net reeelptt 664;
gross : sales 1.600; stock 44,718: exports
Mat 1.181; llanea ; to Great Britain 4,267;
to continent 704.
Mxxfhis Firm; middling lVtei receipts
447; shipments 892; sales 200; stock
AuepsTA Jlrmj middling tie; low nM
Cllng lOtte good ordinary 10c; receipts 266;
shipments : sales 482.
CHABUBmw Firm; middling llc; low
BsidaUng llfee; good ordinary lOtfcC; net receipts
943; gross ; sales 2,000; stock 77,782;
exports soastwlse : to Gnat Britain :
to oonttnent ; to France ; to channel
Nxw Toss Easier; sales 1,025: middling up
lands 12c; middling Orleans 12 6-1 8c: consoli
dated net reeelpu 16.687 ; exports t o 6reat Britain
11,064; to France ; to continent 1,181: to
Lmncrooti Noon Firm : middling nplanda
61; middling Orleans 6d; sales 10,000; spec
ulation and export 1,000; receipts 84,000; Ameri
can 23,500. Uplands low middling clause:
January dellTery 6 ll-18d; January and February
6 1 1-1 6d: February and March 6Hd: March and
April 6 15-1 6d; April and May 6 27-82d; May and
Jane 6d26 29-82d; June and July 6 15-16d;
July and August 7d; August and September .
Liverpool -5 P. M Sales of American cotton
9,260 bales. Uplands low middling clause: Jan-
nary and February dell Terr
March ; April and May
; June and July
.-May ano June
Nxw Tori Futures dosed steady. Sales 107,
000. January 11 98 12.00
April 12.67 .00
November 11.65 00
Governments quiet and unchang
ed New 5's,
Four and a halt per cents,
Four per cents,
State bonds fsirl afitlva.
Sub-treasury balances Gold.. S75.846.000
" " Currency,... 4.812,100
Stocks Active, bat Irregular and unsettled:
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5 81
Alabama Class A, small... 82
Alabama Class B, 5's 97
Alabama Class C. 4's. 801b
Chicago and Northwestern 1.26
Chicago and Northwestern preferred, I.88M1
Illinois Central. l-SOtt
Lake Shore - 1.1 SU
LoulsrUle and NashTUle 9745
Memphis and Charleston 73V.
Nashllle and Chattanooga
New York Central
i Richmond and Allegheny
Blchmond and Danviue.
Wabash, St. Loots Pacific
Wabash, St Louis & Pacific preferr'd
IB(Mr 1 SUndDIHS
AT COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
HAVING JUST TAXKf
I FIND I HAVZ XNtlBJCLT
T O'O. ESETQTC
ON HAND, AND IN OBDSB TO EZDUCX IT I WILL OFFXB UNTIL FUBTBXB NOTICX,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
1 5 bbls. Oranges,
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Office of Tea Obsxbtxb, I
Chablottb. January 11, 1882. 1
The market yesterday closed quiet at the f ollow
Good Middling. 1114
Strictly middling, 1 1 Vfe
morning. k. 11
Strict low middling. 10
Low middling. 10
Storm cotton 69tf
Sales yesterday 56 bales.
The articles of incorporation of an
other railroad were on Friday recorded
at the office of the Secretary of "State
of West Virginia at Wheeling. It is
known as the Cincinnati, Virginia and
Carolina Railway Company, and is to
have the following route: From
Wadesboro, Anson county, N. C, run
ning through Anson, Stanley, Cabarrus,
Rowan, Davie. Iredell, Wilkes and
Ashe counties, in that State, through
Grayson, Wythe and Tazewell coun
ties. Va enterine West Virginia in
McDowell or Mercer county,and thence
through Wyoming, Logan, Lincoln and
Kanawha counties to the city of
Charleston. The capital stock is $15,
000,000, consisting of 150,000 shares of
3100 each. The incorporators are Hen
ry C. Hodgdon, Chas. G. Wilson, C. A.
Burgess, Charles S. Williams, T. T. Un
derdonk and Thomas Alcock, of New
York, and O. W. Wilmot, of Brooklyn
The Wilmington and Weldon Rail
road Company Thursday opened bids
for 2,000 shares of their stock, and
awarded it to J. Harmanus Fisher &
Son. of Baltimore, at $101.50 per share.
Holders of about $400,000 of the $571,
000 of 7 per cent, gold bonds recently
The Gounod Club.
The Gounod music club, at its meet
ing last Thursday night, instituted the
n.,afnn nf liPrPRftf-r havinz an annual
, mnsini entertainment, and issued have accepted the offer of the
havVfiTPd noon next Friday night as company to exchange them for stock at
thft time forthe institution of the new
custom. The entertainment will be
given fpr the enjoyment of the ciuo,
and will take placent tne Meiropoiiutu
wntri. The arrangements are being
rapidly made, and the affair promises
nar. the bonds to so in at $110. At the
annual meeting November 22 it was
decided to increase the capital stock
not exceeding $200,000, to provide for
building the Scotland Neck branch and
for the company's proportion of sleep-
JANUA&Y 10. 1882
WrumfGTOif, N. C Spirits turpentine firm at
511&C Bosln dull;stralned S2.02&; good strained
82.0714. Tar at firm 82.00. Crude turpentine
arm, at 0Z.0U nara; si uu ioryeuowaip; 90.au
for virgin Inferior. Corn unchanged; prime white
81 82; mixed 78879.
BAUTTJiora-Noon-Floar unchanged ;Howard street
and Western super S4 2fi86.00; extra $5.25
$8.25: family S6.50SS7.25; city mills, super
84 50ffiS5.25; extra $5 60$6.25; family 87.50-
(297.75; ruo Dranas sj.uu: ratapsou uumu a.2.
Wheat Southern nominal; Western steady and
doll: Southern redSl.8881.41; amber $1,429-
$1.45; No. 1 Maryland $l.45S$1.45tt; No. 2
western winter rea spoii.u'uJi.u; .nirj
81.408)81.40; February S1.421.42;
March 81.44381.45; April S1.4tfi2S1.4rtt.
Corn Southern higher; western steaay ana ami;
Southern white 76; do. yellow 72.
BAumoBS-Nlght-Oatv higher Southern 49 52 ;
Western white 51 52; mixed 49 50; Pennsyl
Tanls 49S52. Provisions unchanged; mess pork
SI 8.00. tsulk meats-sheulders and clear rib
sides, packed 7 Via 9 Bacon -shoulders 814;
dear rib sides 10; hams 12414lb. Lard re
fined 121A. Coffee quiet; Bio cargoes ordinary
tot air 91AQ1IOIA. Sugar- higher; A soft 9. Whisker-nominal,
at 81.1 7 Vfc Freights unchanged
Chicago Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat
nsettled. but generally lower; No. 2 Chicago
spring 81.28 cash; $1.28681.28 January;
S1.2fuA6Sl .61 February. Corn unsettled and
lower; 610)68M cash; 611 January; 62ia62i4
February. Oats steady and In fair demand, at
45te cash; 4414 January; 44l February. Dressed
nogs in rair aemana, dui at wwer rate, at
87.55. Pork active, firm and higher, but un
settled, at S17-85S1 7.40 cash: S17.87MSl7.40
Sl7.47ttQ817.50 February. lord - fairly active
and a shade higher, at SI 1.20 cash and January;
S11.27lb$ll80 February. Bulk meats mod
erately active and higher, shoulders 80 40: short
rib $9.10; short clear S9.85. Whiskey-steady
and unchanged, at 81.18,
ClHOmsATi Floui firmer; family $820388.40;
fancy 86.75SS7.50. Wheat strong; Na 2 red
winter $1.40. Com In good demand and heavy
receipts hare depressed the market; No. 2 mixed
66fc66ty. Oats -strong; No. 2 mixed 49.
Bye stronger, at $1-04 Barley strong, at
$1.05. Pork-firmer, at 817.75. Lard strong,
at $11.10. Bulk meats stronger; shoulders 6
6&; clear ribs 89e. Bacon firmer; should
ers 1V; nos 1014; clear low. wmsaey nrm, at
$1.15; combination sales of finished goods 1.090
barrels on a basis of $1.15. Sugar strong and
higher; hard 10; New Orleans 6Q8. Hogs
active and ami common and light $5 2586.50;
packing and butchers S6.40S8.00. Heoelpts
5,800; shipments 105.
Nxw Toax Southern flour weak and declining;
common to fair extra $5.55$6.00; good to
choice do S8.65&S8 00. Wheat unsettled and
opening !&e lower, afterwards became firm
and recovered ii4eof the decline, closing about
steady; ungraded spring $1 01 ffiSl. 86; ungraded
intr : ungraded red Sl.80ffiSl.45: ungrad
ed white S1.29S188tt: Na 3 red and January
S1.48V$1.48tt; February . Cora M44c
lower, and cloelna weak and declining: ungraded
6371tt; southern yellow : do white 79.
Oats-a shade easier: No. 8 50tt50tt Hops
firm and.qulet Coffee steady and fairly active;
Bio BS1114- Sugar firmly held and demand
fair; fair to good refining quoted at 7 7-16-7M;
refined strong and fair Inquiry; standard A
Cnarlotto Produce market,
JANUARY 6, 1882.
Cobh, perbush'l 85
Bsans, white, per bushel 1.25a.50
Pxas, Clay, per bnsh. 90al.00
Lady, " 1.50
White, " 76a80
Oats, shelled 55a65
Apples, per m 4tta6
Peaches, peeled 1 5a20
North Carolina. 20a25
lees, per dozen. 25
Turkeys, per 8
Bxxr, per lb., net 5a6
Mutton, per S net
Pobx. " " 8a9
SELLING PBICE3 WHOLESALE.
Clear rib sides 10tt
Prime BJo 14al6tt
Choice New Orleans SQJQ
Llyerpool fine SQ,1-
" coarse 85&1.00
W H IHIt ITT
Corn, per gallon 81-75a2.00
Bye7 " S2.00a8.00
Apple, per gallon, 2-00i5 0R
Peach, " 2.50
Won, Scuppemong, per gallon. $1.50
Cbzesx - 20
Lard, per In. 15al 6
Tallow, per lb I8al0.
Hams, N. a 18
Hams, canvassed. l6i63j
AnDles. Northern, per bbl 8.25a.50
25 boxes Oranges,
(ife Gilt Ite
300 mm real
H0YT8' coLoas ii ygssflfJ&5Bff ra nracB 01pa
Cabbaox, per m. . .
COOPER'S BTJCHU SttlWtP
Tibs. .... . n. I I n. amnnA raven Parmer, around Black Pepper, at
"J"fc::::::::::::::::::: i:oo KiKUUJNlJ SAUHi, waeos.Btraimi.fi.
IS FINE TOILETTE SETS,
The largest and nicest assortment ever brought to this market. WILSON Buawai
TURKISH BATH TOWELS, A
nVni) A T T TMT7 (HYDRATED OIL). Hydra
H X lJXi.-LllN H value In consumption, and a
lng Immediate increase In weight Fresh supply at
Wilson & Burwell's.
TO THE PUBLIC.
ON last Saturday, January 7th. a
himself J. W. Holt, bought a baj
me, at my home near Snow Creek, In
last received by
January 7th. a man calling
pay mare irom
:, in Iredell coun
ty, and palmed off upon me a worthless check tor
one hundred dollars aa part payment. He after
wards left the county and wnen last neara rrom
was traveling towards South Carolina, having
passed through Charlotte.
The animal was a blood bay mare, seven years
old, slxtsen bands high, and a first-rate traveler.
The man was apparently 22 or 28 years eld,
five feet eight Inches high, fair complexion, light
hair, without beard and very well dressed.
I hereby forewarn any person from trading for
the mare, and will pat a suitable reward for her
recovery, or for any information that will lead to
th. pr,t. nf ttut jvknn,1ri,l-
wm. s. Eagle,
an 11 8t Snow Creek. N. C
A Famished room carpeted for three or four
A months one near central pan 01 town iiw
Hydrallne has been proven of the highest
all wasting diseases, mvanauiy ii-
J. Brookfield &
A LOT OF ELEGANT
v 1 m.x.. :i aTrania nrTA incr car eauiDment for the Atlantic
Ti 7r7- CtliB The meeting dniwM
gramme for the music, which will be
an important feature of the
tnm well-known and popular young
members whose names are a guarantee
that this part 01
The club .9 in fine condition now,
and the determination has been had
among its members w go w wu.
the view of making it a social institu
Z nf the city, in which effort they
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part Of tne anair wui w. uyl Tall to prevent coughs, eelds, woup, etc
attention which its iPrt- U
to purchase with stock at par such of
of the 7 per cent gold bonds as the
holders would dispose of, at not exceed
The most assiduous parental attention wm fre
to have convenient
8kln diseases Indicate an Impure condition of
the blood. 8. S a win cure any oiseaso ui uu
blood mils worst form If taken as directed.
1 are nature's sluice way w wasn out
uiv - ,K nnnMji
Should. r d Will no OOUOW uvo not work properly tt. jwobte
nrtiou and encouragement acutw-iy where. Tnen m
rr"" ffhlr aims. I SlouhMi;. "It wlirclean the sluiceway
UlCillll wm I BMW. ' -- nnvirwrt
... ..f.twrn. nrockeryMer-
8. It, wwftti: .rSwk a cured my
as too see
VfMCM AM ww- ' -
rfTMi drinkers should read tte, advei
Ti ifiother eolamn beadea
Srmwlor ritoWaod tmrlfy the whole sys
fVfTT llTboth W and dry.and'tt
is equally efficient In enner ionn.-mucywucuw
oflcmrupuon has disappeared and I am
G altsstoh Firm ; middling lHfcc; lew mld'ng
lltac: good ordinary 10c; net receipts 828;
gross : sales 1,000; stock 104,689; exports
Aoastwlse 151: to Great Britain : to eonfl-
nent ; to France .
NoiuroLi Steady; middling llc; oat receipts
1.754: osa stock 50,517; exporuoowt.
wi 943; sales 1,134: exports to ureat tmtam
5,824 : to continent .
wiT.wns-Staadv: mlddllna Hike: low mid
dling im; good ordinary lOXirnet rec 88:
iroM sales : stoek 57.502; exporw
SoaSwlMr TOO; splnaere 50: exports to Great
Britain ' : to oonttnent .
DnMnJkiii: middiins I2e: low mKkTrma
lUbe; good ordinary 10e; net reeelpu 1,769;
cross 2:458: sales : stoek 6,820; exports to
great Britain -; toFranoe
WhjougTom Firm ; middling llc; low mid-dTtogUl-lOc;
ixau : sales -; stock 16641; exports
oMtwlse 1 to Great Britain 1 to
aais noes 875; ssies spinners iu: n
10,aO7; axpoive mvm jorivvui 1 i w wuuiui,
BATAMSAa Firm ; middling Hike: low mid
dling I0e: gooa onn" iS " SBWK
2 B18: arose ; sates 8yt00; stock 99.816;
expjs Wwlse -: to Great Britain ;
toFranoe : to exmttnent. -..
vn nsutABS-Urm: middling llw; low
BOX 188 F. O.
SALE OF BONDS.
BT Virtue of an order of the Superior Court of
Alamance county, in the case of Alria King
and others against W. J. and A. Murray and
others, I win offer for sale at the court house door
In Greensboro, N. C at public auction, for cash,
m Honda, the th d&v of February. 1882. at 12
oiinrkM.. elsht.m bonds ef the county of Car
teret Issoed February 20th. I860, each for $5u0
tn nn nhnnn 90th. lfUlO. to. Bseh Of Which
bonds coupons are attached for Interest at 6 per
cent, from February 20th, 1875.
Parties desiring farther Information can address
my attorney, James S. BoydV Ksq. Greensboro,
N C J. A, MoCAULBT,
Tr vnrr TxrxwT"
11 1UU 11X111. A
Ask your Stationer
or send 85 oentr
in stamps for a
Of Assorted Pat
terns. In a NiekOr
plated Match Box.
Sold by an Stationers.
iTliofi, Blalmn, Taylor k Co.,
Sous Agists, Nxw Yobk.
JUST GO TO
and see what
TTAVOJS qualified i
: to eontlneat
WniUmlhif IliiiMfH Mlltl
rdWtartt. It ortt St mUni fium, WW tfirlMt,
Portia Mt,tfcll In ii Iplllil, 1 1 IliiHtiilfcr
pfawthjf tTiht of VnMt Plmr Sw PitmU,
TnHTnet M. bnhakto to Uv Miiifm grwn wt
will W kmj wlhhl hrjlamt to Mx Si iiil It lfcw
mwlin.l mriHlwiW w, mmkm i, nnhy ti niflj In
gi ton. TTjtw 4 MTfct B.i n t. JUinm,
. . FKBSJ CO, Detroit. Xlelw
wMntor of the WQ1 of
twm iat Mr firiswald Benderson.1 notify all
persons having claims against her estate to pre
Mntthe same to me within one year from this
date. B. B. OOCBBANX.
sxeentor Oi unswata nenaeiBuu.
November 7th, 1881.
TREES 2 DELIVERY.
- rv Tut i. mtm iuw radf far delivery, opposite
fYl r. Aiin CrotMe's residence, on fryon street
- - KthanI Arh. A flnfl lot Oi TneS. flSJltS,
Vmnmh and Flower Seed on nana ior saie. . ahj-
thmg to my line rarateneaon snan mwo.
QffCZ X. W. OTAAAvni wmwiwi
He has for New Teat's Dlnners,r;and how very
cheap he is selling
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