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DOBBINS' STARCH POLISH,
An important dis
covery, by which
every family may
give their linen
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar to fine
Ask your Grocer.
J. B. DOBBINS, Philadelphia, Pa.
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K V RCHMCNDEH6SW1I6C0.
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GENERAL FEED DEALERS
O M M I S S I 0 N MERC
CH&RLOTTE, N. C
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND :
JUST RECEIVED, OXE.CAB LOAD
1 000 Bt7inELS 0F WHIT2 COBS-
2 BAREHLS OF PEABL G2IT3.
j CAR LOAD BRAN,
J CAR LOAD CORN and PEA MEAL MIXED,
1 CAR L04D PATAP3CO PaTEMT PROCESS
2 CAR LOADS TIMOTHY HAY,
WILL HAUL! PIE PKll-15
BOTH THE WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE.
IW" Respectfully soliciting a share of jour
patronage, we are respectfully,
decl8 A. J. BE ALL 4 CO.
Stoves, Heaters. Ranees
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
blodcL A Book sent free. Dr.
Sant'ord, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
I FOB BALE BY ALL DBUOOXSTS.
ami 8 deod eow If.
Chew only the brand of tobacco known u
Old Oaken Bucket.
inrtnv nM OukAn Bucket.
X The Iron-bound bucket
Tti mnaa-eovered butk5t.
That hung In theelJ.
! ' ' ' ' CHA& B JONES,
Charlotte, N. C, Sole Agett
' Liberal tennslto dealers. 1
Best In the World.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
15 EITHER LIQUID OB DRY FORM
Thai Acta at the nine tine
TEE LIVES, TEE BOWELS,
AED TES KIDBEYS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Because tre allow these great organs to
become dogged or torpid, and poisonous
hvmoTtare therefore forced into the blood
that should be expelled naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
H LIVER COMPLAINTS,
M PILES. COTSSTTPATIOX, UREVAKT
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
AJSD XEETOU8 DISORDERS,
bv causina free action of thete organ and
1 J rettoring their power to throw off disease.
Why gmffer Billons pains sad aches!
Why tonnemted with Piles, Constipatiom!
j Why frightened our disordered Kidaeya!
Why eadare nervons or sick headaches
Vte JvIDN'EY-WORTand rejoice in health.
It Ja pat op la Dry Yegetable Farm, in tin
cans one package of which makes six quarts of
CTiit-in Also in Llqaid Form, very Conceav
trated, for those that eannot readily prepare it.
EJTIt acts with equal efficiency In either form.
GET IT OF TOCE DRUGGIST. PRICE, SI. 00
WELLS, BICHARDSOX Co., Prop's,
CWU send the dry post-paid.) B CELTS OTOK, TT.
March 27 d&wly
BY VIRTUE of a decree of the Superior Court
of the county of Mecklenburg, we will sell at
public auction, at the court house door, In the city
of Charlotte, on
Monday, 16tli Day of January, 1882,
the lands which were owned by the late Mary M.
THE HOME PLACE, 4 miles from the city of
Charlotte, on the Lawyers' road, contains 408
aciea, with a large Brick Dwelling House, good
barns and other improvements.
THE ALLEN PLACE, contains 287 acres. Is 4
miles from the city, adjoins the Home Place, and
lies between the Lawyers' road and the Monroe
THE WfNENS PLACE, onthe Potter road, eon
tains 133 acres, adjoins the Home Place, and la
about the same distance from the city.
THE WILSON PLACE, on the Lawyers' road, 6
miles from Charlotte, contains 822 acres.
THE BRUM LET PLACE, on Reedy Creek, 7
miles from Charlotte, contains 97Vb acres.
We will also sell a ? aluable Gold Mine, In Un
ion county, near Matthews', known as the Henry
The Home tract; the Allen tract: and the Wilson
tract, each, will first be offered In lots and then as
This sale is made subject to the ratification and
approval of the Court.
Terms: One tenth cash; balance in two equal
Installments at one and two years, with security
and Interest from date.
Deeds and Plats can be seen at the law office of
Osborne & Maxwell, Cnarlotte, N. C.
Parties desiring to examine the property will ap
ply to 8. H. FARROW, at the Brick House place.
December 1, 1881.
ESTKLISHXD IS 1793,
MEBANEVILLE, "S, C,
Among Southern Boarding Schools
for boys In age, numbers and area of
or patronage. Messing club Vi of a
mile from Barracks for young men of
small means. The 176th session be
gins January 11th, 1882. For cata
logue giving iuu particulars aoaress
MAJ. H. BINGHAM,
dec!7 tf Superintendent
Greensboro Female College,
GREENSBORO, K. C. "
THE Spring Session of 1882 will
...begin on Wednesday, January
1 1 tn. Charges oer session of twenty
weeks; Board (exclusive of llghta p
HUd waihlna) and tuition, tn fill rRn? 1
moderate. . For paitlcnlars apply to '".' .
. : - X. M. JONES,
decl8 tf . : JteesldentT.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. T
A Tiottq ofyoathfol impradanee canaisg PnnuK
tart Decay, Jfervous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc4
hariog tried In vain srery known remedy, has dis
covered a simple self cure, which ho trill send FEES
to his Hallow-sufferers, address af, II. BEEVES'
I f f T IT Haw
l!)c l)arl0ite bstrca.
FRIDAY, JAN". 13, 1SS2.
s r a r .w.
Raleigh Hews Observer: Confederate
bonds are still sold, but prices are lower,
ranging from 3 lo 5. Parties stilt
deal iii theui here, but the craze is about
In conversation with an old well
digger yesterday he made the remarka
ble statement that the wells here are
even now going dry. Apparently the
rainfall has been lanre, but in reality
it has not been an average for this sea
son. There is a belief that the wells
will not fill until early spring.
The Orphan's Friend says that : the
total number of orphans admitted into
the Oxford Asylum to December 1st,
1SS1, was 528; number reported last
year 13S; admitted since last report 50,
making 188 present during the year.
Adopted during the year 4, died 1, dis
missed 43; leaving on the roll 140. Of
the total number dismissed about 90
per cent, are doing well, prospering in
their labors, and useful to the State.
Those who fall to do well are generally
those who ran away, or whose relatives
interfered with their progress. The
general health of the children has been
Pompey Gorham, colored, aged 106,
died recently in Raleigh.
There are in Wake 15,058 children of
both races, between the school ages.
Deputy Collector F. M. Sorrell, on
Saturday captured the illicit distillery
of Charles Lewis Dunnegan, at Flat
River, Orange county. The distillery
was in full blast, and Dunnegan was
standing in the door. He was arrested
and lodged in jail, while the still and
fixtures were destroyed.
A few nights past Silvia Arrington,
a mulatto woman aged about twenty
five, was horribly burned about the
body at her home on Newberne Ave
nue. She was intoxicated, and in the
house with her sister. She fell partial
ly in the fire and the flames ignited her
clothing. Her sister, seeing this, seized
a kettle of boiling water and poured it
over her. Between the scalding and
the burning she was terribly injured.
The Greensboro Bugle reports seve
ral cases of typhoid fever in that city.
A negro splitting rails in Alamance
county last week, quartered a tree and
out rolled sixteen gold coins, worth
about ten dollars each. The depositor
had bo red an auger hole into the tree
many years ago, placed the gold there
in, and plugged it; up. The growth of
the tree completely concealed the hole.
Who placed the money there, or when
it was done i not known.
Luke and L. I. Cartwright advertise
in the last Lumberton Robeson ian that
their daughter Mattie, aged 10 years
and 8 months, small of stature, blue
eyes and long black hair, was abducted
on the 26th of December last by Wil
liam Wheeler, aged 21, who had been in
Ashboro Courier : We learn that a
new company has in view the erection
of another factory to be located be
tween Naomi and Hopper's Ford, at a
place known as Whetstone Falls, men
tion of which was made in the Courier
several months ago.
Randleman is to have telegraphic
communication with the outside world,
and will be connected by telephone
with Hopper's Ford, Central Falls and
A VEKV SMART tilKL.
Why fflUm Belle Clinton Expect to be
Worth 25.000 In Ten Tears,
Chicago Tribune, Des Moines Letter.
The smartest girl I've met in Iowa, I
met yesterday at Nevada, Story county,
Northwestern Iowa Miss Belle Clin
ton. Miss Clinton is a bright-eyed, rosy
cheeked girl of about 20, as full of fun
and health and vigor as a good girl can
be. Two years ago Miss Clinton was a
school teacher. Saving up by her teach
ing about 8160, she last spring borrow
ed a span of horses from her father, rig
ged up a "prairie schooner," and. taking
her little brother, started for Dakota.
Miss Clinton says laughingly to-day,
speaking of her trip: "Why, I never
lived so nicely in my life, and I never
had such an appetite, and such courte
sy I received everywhere! Rough, rude
men would come to our camp, and,
after I had talked to them awhile, offer
to build my fire and actually bring wa
ter to me. We went up through; the
wheat country, which they call the
'Jim River country.' It's about 100
miles east from the Missouri at Fort
Sully. I homesteaded 160 acres of land.
Then I took up a timber claim of 120
"What 1s a timber claim?"
"Why, I hired a man and we set out
acres of trees. This gave me 160 acres
more. So I have 320 acres now. But I
must tell you about those trees. They
were young locust, apple and black
walnut sprouts. I sowed a peak of
locust beans, a pint . Of apple seed land
two bushels of black walnuts irtour
garden in Iowa a year ago. These
sprouts were little! fellows and we could
set them oat fast just go along .and
stick them in the ground. But they
are j ust as good. ' I bel fe ve my 3,00p lit
tle black walnut sprouts will be wptth
$15 apiece in ten years and 020 apiece
in fifteen. My locust trees will some
time fence the whole country."
-Then what did you do?"
"We built a shanty and broke up five
acres of the land, and this fall we came
back to Iowa to spend the winter and
here we are. - In the spring I'll go back
with more black walnut and locust
sprouts and take up 160 acres more.
The trees are just what I want to plant
and they'll pay better than any wheat
crop that could be raised only I've got
to wait for them ten or twelve years;
but I can wait."
Here is a girl who owns in her own
right 320 acres of splendid black prairie
soil now and who will own 480 acres in
the spring, every acre of which will
bring $5 within three years and $10
within five years, and $20 within ten
years. Her black walnut and locust
trees will be worth as much more. At
thirty she will be worth $25,000 .
ii i i
The Proposed Clinton and Point Cu
Messrs. J. C. Heyer and Owen Fen
nell.Jr have been appointed by the
subscribers to the proposed narrow
gauge railroad between Point Caswell,
Pender county,, and Clinton, Sampson
county, to connect with Wilmington
river steamers, a committee to solicit
subscriptions in this city to aid the pro
posed enterprise. These gentlemen are
peculiarly fitted for that duty, as they
are both well acquainted with the coun
try through which it is intended the
road Shall pass, the people and-the pro-
We uriderstand; that ' Messrs. Heyer
and Fehnell will at once proceed to the
.business assigned them, and as .tbe eni.
rarpnae, u compieiea, wouia r oe. pi, im
mense benefit to this city, weJjope thoy
may meet with such success as will
warrant tne commencement or tne nn
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I I ! I t. - i '
,"1C ? MBUOGEBi AGAIN..
I nvniiKh amid about the merttaot Hod Bit
terst and my wile who was .always doctoring, and
never wea, teased me so urgently to get ner some,
f aaneiudftd to be humburaed againi and f am
fo I AM forin tesa than ltr m: nse of the
nitiaw imw mitn. u nredi.: ana she has remained
so foreign teen months since...! tnra soon- hum.
DoagiDB.-H. x,, iraai, yrwneer;reM.
.i i. i i aw i , ;2 I
:,'BwvVW. ftoblnson, member of North Ga ,on-
ferenoe. says: nave taken o. o. iw a c cmo
J of FcteBHL eruption has disappeared ana i am
A meeting of the stockholders of the
suspended Pacific National Bank of
Boston was held yesterday, and a new
board of directors was elected. Ah. as
sessment of 100 per cent, ou the stock
holders was ordered by an almost unan
imous vote, rfiib : ,
A prohibition crusade was organised
at Lincoln, Nebraska, on Monday
night. The temperance party of Ne
braska expects to secure a majority iu
The grand jury are investigating the
frauds at Newark, N. J. Cashier Bald
win was before the jury Tuesday on a
The Massachusetts' woman's suffrage
association met iu Boston Tuesday.
Hon. Wm. I. Bowditch presided. Mrs.
Lucy Stone presented the annual re-
Krt. Brief addresses were delivered
ex-Governor Claflin. Hon. Chas. J.
Noyes, Speaker of the House of Repre
sentatives, Judge Warren, Mrs. Howe
Harris M. Baldwin, a leading member
of the Baptist church at Newark, N. J,
died on Monday night. During his life
he gave away large sums of money for
United States District Attorney
Woodford, in New York, yesterday re
ceived a decision from the. United
States Supreme Court at Washington
reversing the judgment obtained
against Postmaster James by Christo
pher C. Campbell'aa the assignee of a
atentee of a cancelling stamp general
y used in the larger postoffices through
out the country.
The funeral of Hon. Edwin W.
Stoughton, ex-minister to Russia, took
place at Calvary church. New York,
Tuesday morning, and was largely at
tended. Among the pall bearers were
General Grant, Admiral Baldwin,
Judge Brady, John Jacob Astor, Secre
tary Hunt and others. The remains
were taken to Windsor, vu, lor inter
At Milwaukee. Wisconsin, on Monday
evening, an old man, named Fred Jeske,
beat his son's brains out with an axe-
helve, during a family row. After the
murder Jeske tried to hang himself,
and was intact suspended when the of
ficer came to arrest him. The family
were greatly addicted to drinking.
At Richburg, N. Y, Tuesday, George
Holly, while drunk, fired three shots
from a revolver Into a crowded bowl
ing alley, fatally wounding Louis Wos-
sen. iiouy was arrested.
John M. Walton, a wealthy and prom
inent citizen of Shelby county, Indiana,
was killed by an unknown assassin on
Monday evening while sitting at his
fireside. The motive for the murder is
General Grant writes to Senator Mil
ler, of New York, that he desires his
name withdrawn from the bill incorpo
rating the Nicaraguan Canal Company
as he thinks De Lesseps' and Eads plan
had better first be tried.
It is said that Senator Brown is to
head the Liberal movement in Georgia,
but the Liberals deny it, and Mr. Brown
The sulphur mines at Schraolnitz,
Hungary, are on fire, and fears are en
tertained that the flames cannot be ex
tinguished. It is probable that a loss
of many million florins will be in
The Czar of Russia has signed a
ukase in accordance with which the
fiayments by peasants on account of the
ands they received at the time of their
emancipation will be reduced by 12.000.
000 roubles per year.
ProsrresM in China
A member of the Chinese Legation
at Paris contributes an article to the
Journal des Economistes in which he
says that it is an error to suppose that
China is making less progress than Ja
pan, and that the reason of the appar
ent comparative backwardness of his
country in coming forward is due to the
greater difficulty of introducing inno
vations among a population of 400,000,
000. That is, the Chinese lump is so
much large than the Japanese lump that
it takes more time for it to become
leavened with European ideas. He
says, moreover, that a more cautious
discrimination is observed as to what
should be retained and what changed
in the old Chinese civilization. The
follownig statement of what is going in
China with a view to more intimate fu
ture relations with the outside world
will be read with interest:
English, French, German and Rus
sian are taught in a special college of
languages, under the patronage of the
Ministry for Foreign Affairs, while all
the Occidental sciences are also the ob
ject of great attention. Even the mys
terious and formidable terms of chemi
cal science have been translated into
Chinese. Daily papers and illustrated
magazines the latter with the special
purpose of enlightening Chinese as to
the Occident have been established.
The Chinese pay their foreign employes
generously, and they place their foreign
embassies on a footing commensurate
with the respect which they entertain
for sueh positions. The Chinese arse
nals are twelve in number,. and the
natives have shown extraordinary apti
tude at carrying out the drawings and
plans of the engineers and machinists.
A Chinese mission, consisting of ; six
teen officers and two hundred sailors,
was recently sent to England to study
shipbuilding. The opening of the (Suez
Canal has produced a great change in
Chinese maritime trade, which bids fair
to improve out of existence the old
junks. Native lines of coastwise
steamers are running rrom liong &.ong
to Nieou-Tchang in the north. Large
steamers are engaged in the enormous
fiver traffic. The- San Franoiseo line
is manned and commanded exclusively
by natives. Telegraph lines are being
built, and a submarine cable to Shang
hai and thus to the world will soon be
completed. A Danish company has
charge of this work, but Chinese engi
neers are employed. Woolen mills are
being built, coal mines opened, and rail
roads must soon become a necessity.
Looking at these facts together it may
be taken for granted that China will
ultimately emerge from her traditional
isolation and enter into full intercourse
and communication with other nations.
The home field is of itself an extensive
one for enterprise and industry of the
modern pattern, and the thrift, shrewd
ness ana activity of the Chinese charac
ter, when it has a ehance to show
itself, may be expected to accomplish
much in the competitions of external
commerce. It will not be surprising,
though it ought to put Americans to
the blush, if these progressive Asiatics
shall one of these days take a long stride
ahead of the United States in the num
ber of their ships and in the share that
Will come to them in the carrying-trade
of the world, ;
PBEMATTJBJE LOSS OF THE HUB
Maybe entirely prevented by the toe of BUB
MXTTS COCOACfsV No other compound pos
teaaeathe lecunar pette wMen Exactly
, suit Ub various coodltloos'of the homan hair. It
soTtensthe hair' when harsh and dry..' It soothes
tne irritated scalp. It affords the richest lustre. It
preventhe harr from railing It promotes its
healthy., vigorous groth. 'It! la not greasy nor
sticky. It leave no disagreeable odor. It kills
dandruff. .. . . .. .
Burnett's Flavoring extracts areknwn to be the
est. '- ';'''-'j
' The oldest friends are" to-day the stannehest
friends ef the Dr. Bull's cough syrup. They have
proven Its great worth la all eases ef coughs, colds,
hearse neas, tickling in the throat, irritation of the
bronchial tubes and lungs, etc. .
S ... ! la I aaaaaaaM a SaaMaal '
- DON'T OIK IN TJDt HOU8X
; 'Ask drofrtsta for "Rnnrti ' nrrRata Tt
iut rats, mice, "bed bugs, roaches, vermin, files,
dita, instate. 15 per box. -v ;
LVT1UU U If if. U.U IhdffftJ
AMERICA STILL FURTHER AHEAD t
ATLANTA IOTERNATIONAIi COTTON EXPOSI
TION. wxtuxaima spooi. cotton pbohotjxcxd thk best
THBXAD TOB BXWXNO UaCHIXES TWO GOLD VTCTMTfl
ASO SHS OaaXD F&IXX.
The thread exhibits made by three of the largest
aaanttfactarerfl of spool cotton were a distinguishing
feature of the great International Cotton poeitionat
Atlanta. The WUlimaatio Thread Company, a dia
tinetivaly American institution, displayed what was
generally admitted to be the moat complete exhibit
ever made of any industry at any World's Fair. A
whole system of machinery in operation was shown
la this company's space, and taking the raw cotton
from the bale, it waa turned ont as finished thread
ready for market, passing through all the many
requisite and delicate processes in plain view of visi
tors, even the spool npoa which the thread waa
wound, and the boxes .in which it waa packed being
made on the spot.
The WIHimantio Company, in making bo large an
exhibit at the first great Southern fair, showed a proper
appreciation of Southern intelligence, and the judges
In bestowing upon this company all the honors
awarded for spool cotton at the Exposition, only echoed
the publlo sentiment formed at the South after seeing
how Willimantio Thread la made. Governor Colquitt,
of Georgia, responding to a toast, at a reception in
Atlanta, also added his indorsement by saying:
' Having worn and found good a suit of clothes
made from cotton picked in the morning from the)
field and before night woven, cnt, made and pres
aented to him by the Willimantio Company, he stood
In a position to endorse the Willimantio Thread, and
recommended it to every family in Georgia and the
The completeness of this latest victory achieved by
the Willimantio Company can be better understood
by reading the following extracts from the official re
ports of the j udges of award :
GOU XEDAL HO. 1.
" For the Beit Six-Cord, Soft Finith, Spool Cotton for
Machine and Hand Sewing. The elements of merit
and superiority recognized are great strength and
elasticity, rendering this thread peculiarly adapted to
sewing machine nse. The colors shown are remark
able for their beauty and variety. Gold medalrecoia
mended." '' GOLD HXDAL HO. X
' For a magnificent display of thread-making in all
its various operations, from the raw material to the)
finished goods, giving a com
plete, practical exhibit of this important and interest
ing industry. In closing this report the j udges desi ra
to express their unanimous commendation of tha
Willimantio Thread Company for their enterprise and.
liberality in making this notable exhibit, and recom
mend a special gold medal award as a deserved re
cognition of the same."
THX G&AXD PBXZX.
' For an excellent exhibit of an admirable Bystem
of organization and special institutions for promoting
harmony and increasing the rnfarii moral and in
tellectual well-being of work people in manufacturing
establishments. And your
committee recommend that an exemplary recognition
shall be made of the value and importance of this
exhibit by the award of a grand prize of a medal or
piece of plate of the value of $300 to the exhibitor of
this admirable exemplification of new methods for tha
convenience and Improvement of the employees in
the manufacture of cotton, considering such pro
vision is of even greater importance than any new
improvement in machines for preparing and manu
XOtm OTHE2 AWASDS.
In addition to the above, four other awards were
recommended by the judges for exhibits Ehown by the
Willi mantle Company, among them being the only
award for a spool cotton winding machine.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quins, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
Ho Preparation on earth equals St. Jacobs Oil
as a afe, sure, simple and cheap SxUrnal
Bamedy. A trial entails bnt the comparatively
trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and every one suffering
with pain in have cheap and positive proof of its
Directions in Eleven languages.
BOLD BT ALL D&TJ0GIST8 AID DEALERS
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Baltimore, HC&, U. M. JU
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soft and brilliant
Complexion, no matter Iiotf
ppor it may naturally be.
Hagan's Magnolia Balm is a
delicate and harmless arti
cle, whieh instantly removes
Freckles, Tan, Redness
Roughness, Eruptions, Vul
gar Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate and natural are its
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
No lady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
msmi "--I- .
Jaa.22 - . - ; ",'
Chew only the brand of tobacco known as The
Ola Oaken Bucket.
THE old Oaken Bucket,
The iron bound bucket,
The moss-covered bucket, .
That bang In the well.
' IS : CHAS. & : JONES.
Charlotte, N. CSole AgeLt.
tB- Liberal terms to dealers. '
North Carolina Railroads
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date. Etc. 18, '8
4.30 p m
tt.17 P m
8.00 p in
8.18 p m
fi.30 a m
1 2 05 a m
12 23 am
7.86 a m
7.5ri a m
10 00 am
10 16a m
3.5-5 p m
1.52 P m
4.20 p m
Jio. 61-Connects at Greensboro' with HAD.
B. B for all points East and Wet. via Danville
and Richmond, also with train for Ualelgh and
Ko. 55 Connects at Greensboro' with B. D
B. R for all points East and West, vU Danville
Jfo. 63 connects at Greenstoro' with R. A D.
B. B lor all points East and West, via Danville
THAWS GOING WEST.
Date, Dec. 18, '81 No. 54 No. 50 No. 52
Dully Daqv. Dally.
Leave Golds oro' 12 20 p m
Arrive Baielgh,.. 1 2 40 p ni
Leave HaleUh. 4 0Opm
Leave Richmond. 12 07 pm 11-25 pm
" N.Danville 7 48 p m 8 30 pm 7.H5 a m
Arrive Greensb'ro 30 p m 8.30 p m 9 30 a in
Leave Greensb'ro 9.35 P m 8.40 p m 9 35 a m
Leave Salisbury,. It. 15pm 10.37 m 11.22am
Arrive Charlotte,. 1240 am 12.26 m 1.05 pm
jr. W. JV. C. HJIILHOAD,
Leave Greensboro 9.51 pm
Arrive Kemersvilie 11.07 pm
Arrive Salem 11.50 p m
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 10.00 a m
Arrive Kemersvilie 1 1. 00 a m
Arrive Salem 1 1.30 a m
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 7.30 a m
Arrive Kemersvilie 8.04 a m
Arrive Greensboro- 9.00 a m
NO. 53 Daily.
Leave Salem 4.80 p m
Arrive Kemersvilie 5. 1 0 p m
Arrive Greensboro w 6 80 p m
Pollian Slews Cars Witnont dro
On Train No. 51, between Atlanta and New
York, via Danville.
On Train No. 55, between Augusta and Wash
ington, via Danville.
on Train No. 53, between Atlanta and Washing
ton, vii Danville.
On Train No. 60, between New York and Atlanta
On Train No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via Danvl le.
On Train No 54. between Washington and At
lanta, via Danville.
tar-Through Tickets on sale at Greensfwo'.
Ralelah, Goldsboro'. ballny ami 'l:ariott. and
piinctpal points S uth. cuThwest. West. 'onn
arid East, ft r Fmigrant Bales to I oulsiai.a, Tex
as, Arkansas ard the Southwest, address.
Cei.eral Passenger Ager.t
rtecSl kith word. Va.
PURSUANT to a decree 0' th SpeiJur Ct urt of
Mecklenburg. I w, i -ell at Publ!c auc ioa at the
court house In Cuar.oite, on
MONDAY, TH5 2TTH OF FSBRUARY. 1882,
(beng the neefc of Superior Court.) that valuable
lot or Dare-! of land lying between liie iuter-ctlon
of the onfi Caroii'ia hf-ilroad trai-fc and Trade
street adjt in.'ng the P M. Brown lets au-i oiheis.
no known as tne Burler proj.-eny.
Resold because of put chaser at :ate sale faring
Terms 1,3 rash; ba'r;ce on 3 a&d 6 months
credit, with interest Tite reserved as sex-unty for
balance R. BAKrtlNGER,
dec24 d oaw Ids Commissioner.
W. H. CHICK,
Ravin? removed t" the shop, on Tryon street, over
the Independent Hook & Ladder Truck House, is
new ready to receive orders for HOUSE. SIGN
and ORNAMKNTAL PAINTING, suh as
Guilding, KalsomioiDg, Frescoing, fe,
JpLORIDA ORANGES and LEMONS; also on
hand Turkeys, Geese, Fjg and Cranberries,
Buckwheat Flour and New Orl ans Molasses.
.dec23 S. M. HOWELL.
' Everybody wants it, but very few got 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 arc 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. Wo
pack two kinds, Thurber's "No. Si,"
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's 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 furnish
the "IdeaV Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
H. E. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P. S. 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' a brands.
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQUAETTES FOE DEUMMEES.
STATES VTLLE, N. C
THIS house has been leased for a term of years
by Mrs. Dr. Beeves, whose Intention is to
keep a strictly first-class house In every respect.
Commodious sample rooms on first and second
The patronage of the public Is solicited.
We continue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats.
i..ua jsuuis. iupyngms, eic, ior ine united states
Canada. Cuba, England, France, Germany, etc. We
have bad thlrty-llvc years experience.
Patents obtained through us are noticed in the Sci
inttfic Amxrican. This large and splendid illus
trated week Ivnitnnr. 9t3-9Ao voar ohnwa the Pmcrroaa
of Science. U-verrlntAroaHnfr anri haa
irealatkra. address MUNN ft CO- Patent Solici
tors, Pub's. k SciKNTino American, 87 Park Eow.
Mew York. Hand book about Patents free. J
AKKAl 1IKI1L nA., the "JtOZAKT," nZ"
No. 12,JO0.27 stops. 10 full sets Voin!iil
cue Red. bOLlu WAtNUr Mighir , ,
Cae. New and valuable Improvements
ded. Stool, book, music Boxed hdi d-iuJr (a
board cars here, price ONLY nlXTY li 'i
Net Cash, fatls; action guaranteed in ev r,
Ocular or money lefunded after one ve " pilr
Every one sold selln another. It is v 8 11
A.vertiemenL Order at once. tv0.b m N
corre8ponofui.-e. My new factory in t e,,,, 71' 4
capacity 2,0,0 Indruruents ev rv . lJleH
litest 1 ibor-savlni? w.jod-worktne m i. Uf!
lnHT11lt:i,.t,,. . lrrI
g wds for less money than ever Ao.lre
upon D4.IEL K. BETtV
est table, calendar. ec. Pent to any muL
receipt on two Thbke cpn' -tajips y(,ir 0:j
CHikLK8 K. HIHK-"S
48 N. Delaware Ave. p; p.
to sell the Life and Complete Hlsior- 0
THE ThUL OF GUI Tt AU.
A rketcb of his etrtk- cireerand FULL HN rnu t
o the strange seeng and mtabtlisg Disc, '
cf his trial; the mo,t costly and remarkable h f
a ri 1 1 4 I u ' aH m t IA. in r It t -. . . .
immensely. Agents outnc fx e. Terms to-
llberaL Address HUBBaRd uu,
J-Lf r 1 . , .
8 010,, MEBAl AWARitn
or,Self;Preervation : bo- nV'6
finest French muslin c-nK d '3
full gilt.300 oaSfej,
steel eneravmcs, ! prr'
'mart . illastrawsamnv f.:'L)
tma- raniLcs' anna now.Addresn P;Ci ,:."si
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118 POPULABITY DNPAEALLaa
30,000 SOLD ! SSSSSSt'iss
tne wonderful and Increasing demand ror bv f ;
this best, most popu ar and cheapest
LIFE OF GARFIELD SK8 $2
This work Is peofcselt illustbated tells th.
enure thrilling storr of his eventful life and trait
death: has been critically revised and ap Droved
one of his most Intimate personal friends: Las
outsold all other editions because the best Vim
cheapest and our terms to aeents are tbe most
J!15!?1 8Dy- bur) sttel Piat Portraits Fret'
For proof of excellence, capability, success o
agents and teims adire-s at onee,
HUBBABD BKOS., Pubs.. Pinia.
THE HIGHEST AWARDSpfANos
in the GREAT WORLD'S FAIR in LONDON,
1851 ; at the GREAT EXPOSITION in PARIS
1S6T; at the INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
in CHILI, 1S75; and at the grand CENTEN
NIAL EXHIBITION in Philadelphia, 1S7G.
All persons wishing to purchase (or ex
amine) instruments are respectfully in
vited to visit oar Warcroomn.
Send for Circular and Price List.
CHIGKERING & SONS,
ICOFifth.Aventie. N.Y. 156 Tremont St., Boston.
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JO"SEND FOR CraCUIiASS.-ES
Yictor Sewliig: laclo Cb,
SOUTHERN OFFICE No. 8 N. Chatles street,
TO CALL AT
BEFORE YOU MAKE
We will not here attempt
to enumerate what we have
but 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 you buy or not.
A fine lot of
of all descriptions, Just received. Rem-rrber
none can nnder-buy us, and none can
under sell us.
A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks from the
public square In Charlotte, will be sold cheap
and on reasonable terms to the right kind of a
purchaser. The dwelling Is on a full lot, has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well of wa
ter, etc. The house is admirably adapted lor the
residence of a lawyer, doctor or preacher, having
an admirable library or study room, built for the
purpose. For furthsr particulars, price, terms,
et ajPPly at THIS OFFICE.
City Lot for Sale Cheap.
THE Lot on the comer of Ninth street and the
North Carolina Railroad, fronting 1 40 ft et on
Ninth street and 196 feet on the North Caioiica
Railroad, will either be sold aa a wbole or divided
Into two lota of 70 by 1 96 teet, Suitable either for
building or factory purpo8ea.i Apply to
yun25,tf " f PHILLIPF.